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GRADY M. FARNAN
- Farnan, 62, a lifelong Glen Cove resident, is a 1980 Glen Cove High School graduate. He has a bachelor’s in business administration and finance from Adelphi University.
- He was appointed to the city council in February to replace Joseph Capobianco, who was elected city court judge. Farnan is seeking his first full two-year term.
- He is an insurance tech in the Nassau County Attorney’s Office in Mineola. He previously served two terms on the Glen Cove School Board.
- Farnan said he would seek to keep “the quality of life going in a positive direction, whether it has to do with law and order or keeping Glen Cove clean.”
- He said that if elected he would work to maintain city financing on a solid basis by closely reviewing the annual budgets for city buildings, public works projects and parks, and making sure that capital projects are done properly.
- He said that as a councilperson he looks for ways to improve the city's parks and infrastructure.