Taking care of Veterans Dangers of cyberbullying; Wrestling up to Ivy American Legion chaplain provides SCPD detective enlightens parents Sayville student headed to Princeton more than prayer See page 5 See page 20 See page 3 Your Hometown Newspaper Since 1884 125th Year - Issue No. 10 November 11, 2010 $1 suffolkcountynews.net Remembering forgotten warriors Plan for a new memorial will be unveiled at Veterans Day services By LIZ FINNEGAN SAYVILLE — As the bell tolls on the eleventh hour during Veterans Day services in Sparrow Park, the memory of several long-forgotten warriors from the Korean and Vietnam Wars will be highlighted as the plan for memorials to them are announced. During the service, Islip Town Supervisor Phil Nolan and Suffolk County Legislator, presiding officer Bill Lindsay (D-Holbrook), will reveal a cooperative effort to include a memorial with the names of five Sayville High School graduates who were killed in combat in Vietnam, and one Korean War soldier, that will be unveiled during the Memorial Day 2011 service. The new memorials were the brainchild of former Islip Town Councilman Chris Bodkin, who’d been a friend to several of the men. Bodkin, Sayville Class of 1965, knew Spencer Lunde, Daniel Miller and Captains Merrill Mason and Mike Gibbons, who were all members of the Class of 1964. “They were my buddies,” Bodkin said. “They were all great guys. It’s hard to talk about them to this day without getting blown away by knowing they were killed in that war,” he said. Another Vietnam casualty, Lt. Lou Gaiser, had graduated in 1959. Although there is currently a monument to Vietnam and Korea veterans in Sparrow Park, unlike the monuments dedicated to both World Wars, the names of those killed are not included. Bodkin wanted to change that by augmenting the memorials that already exist. “It’s always bothered me that their names were not on it,” he said. Bodkin mentioned his idea to both Nolan and Lindsay, who agreed to split the cost of the memorials, which would only cost about $3,000. And, that would include the cost of a publication that will be distributed at the unveiling, detailing the lives of the six men. “That book is so everyone will know who these men were and that they’re not just a name on a stone,” Bodkin said. “It’ll be an inexpensive [project], and it’s the right thing to do,” he added. The project will include engraving the name of Carl Johnson, the Sayville resident who was the first casualty in WWII, whose name was erroneously left off of the monument to that war. Johnson was killed at Pearl Harbor, the first day of the war. Another Sayville resident, Florence Evans, was killed in Europe on the last day of the war. A monument in See WARRIORS on page 11 SAYVILLE — Sparrow Park, situated between Montauk Highway and Middle Road, will be the site for this year’s Veterans Day ceremony, and where two more memorials will be added next year. SCN/Finnegan WEEKLY PERIODICAL 2 THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS - November 11, 2010 Community News Inside Police Blotter...................... 4 Obituaries............................ 6 Dining & Entertainment ..... 8 Years Ago ..........................10 Editorial.............................12 Movie Review....................12 Around Town .....................13 Speeding up Public Notices...................14 legislation Classifieds.........................18 CENTRAL ISLIP — State Senator Brian X. 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And vets,” DeVaul said. “Everyone is trying individuals with developmental disabili- DeVaul took over as chaplain of the Thomas would know about that, as she to help, but some just want to stay in the ties, has launched an innovative new pro- American Legion District 10, he took on spent a year on the front line in Iraq. woods.” gram designed to provide the Long Island the responsibility of helping to see to “We need people to be more vocal Every year, a “Stand Down” is held at region’s first responders with training on the needs of veterans from all branches about it. The more people who know a location in both Nassau and Suffolk how to recognize an autistic individual of military service in approximately 140 about it, the more will stand up to help counties, where service agencies come and best respond to them during an emer- posts that are located in Queens, Nassau these men and women,” she added. together to provide homeless veterans gency. and Suffolk counties. Those needs go Some of the injuries are a result of with clothing, toiletries and information The latest statistics from the Centers way beyond a chaplain’s typical duties of inhalation of fumes coming from burn on jobs and finding homes. DeVaul said for Disease Control indicate that one in providing ceremonial invocation. pits: the discarding of toxins, old fuel, the three he attended helped between 85- 91 children in the United States have an DeVaul, who resides in Bay Shore, body parts and destroyed equipment by 100 veterans. “There are a lot of [needy] autism spectrum disorder. That figure is joined the American Legion in 1990. He’s burning it in open fields. The smoke that people out there,” he added. even higher for boys, at one in 58. It’s a veteran of the U.S. Army, where he drifted into soldier camps had started to As with many other Americans, vet- reached what professionals are calling an served during the early stages of the Viet- create respiratory problems. erans are looking for jobs. DeVaul said urgent public health crisis. nam War (1961-1964). An audio-visual “They have stopped the burn pits now that some employers held positions for In addition to recognizing the charac- specialist, he was assigned to the Special and a registry is being created of those one tour of duty, but were unable to hold teristics of an individual with autism, the Warfare Center at Fort Bragg (North Car- [exposed to the fumes],” DeVaul said, some of those jobs for those soldiers Life’s WORC First Responders Autism olina), where basic information on guer- adding that Rep. Tim Bishop (D-1st Dis- who were sent back overseas for two or Training Program focuses on training first rilla warfare was provided to officers. trict) is leading the push to get the regis- more tours. Suffolk County has held job responders to look for signs that would “We helped get them prepared to lead try going. fairs for veterans. identify the individual as having autism, their troops in Vietnam,” DeVaul noted. “Many [returning soldiers] are missing Aside from government and veterans’ such as an ID card or bracelet, or sticker “When you’re dealing with officers, you limbs,” DeVaul said. “But we could [take groups, though, many other organiza- on a home’s window. The Life’s WORC better get it right.” care] of that,” he noted, adding that the tions and agencies have chipped in to First Responder Autism Program also Although DeVaul expected to be most difficult injury to tackle is much help veterans. Suffolk County police provides guidelines relating to EMT res- shipped overseas, his superiors had oth- less visible, one that has been a common have held fundraisers for them and a for- cues, de-escalation techniques in a crisis er plans for his expertise. “They wouldn’t casualty of all wars. mer Bay Shore resident, Dorine Kenny, situation, and how best to restrain an indi- let me go anywhere. They said they “It’s called post-traumatic stress,” started Jacob’s Light Foundation several vidual with autism when necessary. [needed me] here,” he said. DeVaul said. “It’s war, it’s traumatic; years ago, a program to help those who For more in-depth information about During his current tenure, DeVaul has you’re out shooting at people, people are are currently serving overseas. this program, or to schedule a train- helped to comfort the families of soldiers shooting at you. DeVaul said that Jacob’s Light, named ing session for your fire, EMT or police stationed overseas. And since 2002, that “The biggest issue [for many veterans] in honor of Kenny’s son who in 2003 was department, contact: Brian Goldman, has included the families of those serving is assimilating back into the family. It killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq, has col- M.S., Psychology program director, Life’s in Iraq and Afghanistan. Sadly, he’s had takes a long time to get over [war],” he lected more than 300,000 pounds of items WORC at: 516-741-9000, ext. 465. to bring comfort to many Gold Star fami- noted, and added that may be a reason that soldiers are not able to get overseas, lies who had lost a loved one in the war why the divorce and suicide rates are such as snacks and toiletries. Shelters for the or during service. He hosts a luncheon high among returning soldiers. As Veterans Day approaches, DeVaul for them each year, where they can meet “Counseling is so important,” DeVaul said he hopes all Americans will continue Homeless and share emotional support. remarked. to remember the sacrifices that veter- SUFFOLK COUNTY — County Execu- However, returning soldiers also need And that has created one of the biggest ans have made, both in service to their tive Steve Levy has recently announced support. DeVaul currently serves on the challenges, DeVaul said, trying to get country and in what they face upon their cold weather emergency procedures for Veterans Advisory Committee for Suffolk veterans to sign up at Veterans Adminis- return to civilian life. He said this Veter- the homeless that are in effect from Nov. County Executive Steve Levy and Con- tration (VA) offices. “They must sign up ans Day and beyond, everyone should, 1 through April 15. gressman Steve Israel, to explore various to get medical services,” he said. “But “thank a veteran and help a veteran.” Levy helped to create an interdisciplin- ways of seeing that their needs are met. they just don’t do it. They don’t want the Anyone interested in donating to ary response that includes Suffolk County Continued medical care is foremost. [psychological] label,” he added. help soldiers overseas or upon their Police Department (SCPD) taking a lead “There are so many [soldiers] who are DeVaul said he’s been trying to get the return home should contact their in finding the homeless on the street and wounded on the battlefield. Battlefield word out about the various supportive local veterans organization, such as offer to bring them to shelters during the care has saved their lives,” DeVaul noted, services and the VA is trying to arrange American Legion or AMVETS, or one bitter cold months that surely lay ahead. saying that faster, better high-tech medi- for more flexible hours to make it easier of the following Web sites: A non-emergency police line: 852-COPS cal intervention taking place in the com- for the veterans to get that help. - Jacob’s Light Foundation: can be used to notify the police and coun- bat arena, is far superior then in previous There are also some veterans who www.jacobsprogram.org. ty social workers about someone who wars, thus resulting in less fatalities. are homeless, a term defined by either - Wounded Warrior Project: appears to be in need of finding a shelter. However, there are more injuries. sleeping in the woods or temporarily on www.woundedwarriorproject.org. DSS (Department of Social Services) “Those numbers [of injuries] are stag- a friend’s living room couch. can be contacted after hours for emer- gency housing by calling: 1-866-494-6873. Blood drive BOHEMIA — Sunrise Council Knights of Columbus and Long Island Blood Ser- vices are holding a blood drive on Sunday, Nov. 14 between 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. in the lower level of St. John Nepomo- cene R.C. Church, located at 1140 Locust Avenue. For more information call: 589-7861. — Compiled by Liz Finnegan It’s Easy To Reach Us! The telephone number of The Suffolk County News is 589-6200 We have an automated system with most employees having an extension number: Classiﬁed Advertising .......Michael Leonardi ................. Ext. 1 Display Advertising ...........Ginny LiPuma ...................... Ext. 3 Display Advertising ...........Monica Musetti-Carlin......... Ext. 2 Scouts record vets’ memories ISLIP TOWN — U.S. Representative Steve Israel (D-NY) kicked off a new initiative enlisting Long Island Eagle Scouts, Boy Subscriptions/Billing ........Michael Leonardi ................. Ext. 1 Scouts and Girl Scouts in recording veterans’ stories. Legal Notices ....................Michael Leonardi ................. Ext. 1 Editor ................................Liz Finnegan ........................ Ext. 5 The Scouts received training last month and recently recorded interviews with local combat veterans. The interviews will be Reporter ............................Loren Christie ...................... Ext. 4 prepared for inclusion in the Library of Congress as part of the Veterans History Project, so that future generations may hear directly from veterans and better understand the realities of war. Editorial e-mail: SCNIBLetter@optonline.net Advertising e-mail: LIAproduction@optonline.net Representative Israel is seen here with some Islip Town Scouts and veterans who are participating in this project. 4 THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS - November 11, 2010 Blotter GOOD Blue Point On Oct. 27 at 5:30 p.m. an incident of criminal mischief was reported on Blue Place. At 12:45 p.m. on Oct. 29 an incident of harassment was reported on Lakeland Avenue. Oakdale On Oct. 31 at 12:30 a.m. an incident of criminal mischief was reported on Cha- Pets This cutie is a male Shepherd/ Point Avenue. tham Drive. On Oct. 30 at 8 a.m. an incident of Husky mix. He is neutered and At 2:30 a.m. on Oct. 30 an incident of At 12:33 a.m. on Oct. 31 an incident criminal mischief was reported on Vets approximately 1-to-2 years of age. Ask assault was reported on Montauk High- of harassment was reported on Montauk Highway. for him by Tag # 3733. way. Highway. At 3 p.m. on Oct. 30 an incident of aggra- At 4 a.m. on Oct. 30 an incident of harass- vated harassment was reported on Eagle To view other animals ment was reported on Montauk Highway. Sayville Circle. On Oct. 31 at 9 p.m. an incident of crimi- available for adoption at the At 3:30 a.m. on Oct. 31 an incident At 8 a.m. on Oct. 29 an incident of mak- nal mischief was reported on Bell Avenue. of harassment was reported on Karshick Islip Town Animal Shelter, ing graffiti was reported on Main Street. Street. log onto www.petfinder.org On Oct. 31 at 8:15 p.m. an incident of Bohemia aggravated harassment was reported on On Oct. 27 at 9:10 a.m. an incident of Cherry Grove Lakeland Avenue. aggravated harassment was reported on On Oct. 29 at 4 a.m. an incident of arson Corporate Drive. — Compiled by Loren Elizabeth was reported on Main Way. On Oct. 29 at 8:55 a.m. an incident of Christie criminal mischief was reported on Wilbur TAG # 3733 Everyone wants a good pet/person match and there is a possibility the pets featured from the Islip Town Animal Shelter in this column may al- ready be adopted. But there are other sweet crea- tures just waiting for a good home. Some Islip Town Animal Shelter adoptees have even gone on to become Sayville Pet Parade winners. There is a nominal adoption fee that includes a certiﬁcate for free spaying or neutering. The Is- lip Town Animal Shelter is located at 210 South Denver Avenue in Bay Shore. For directions or questions, call 224-5660. COX CONSTRUCTION COMPANY (631) 567-6094 www.JohnFCox.com COX KNOWS. November 11, 2010 - THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS 5 An eco-friendly shopping experience Greener Country makes going green a lot easier By LOREN ELIZABETH CHRISTIE ing the product. “We were able to get the town of North BOHEMIA — An outlet store stocked Hempstead to purchase these and they with just about every environmentally have a program showing their residents friendly product under the sun is more how you can compost your kitchen scraps than a lofty idea; it really exists at Greener rather than throw them away. Twenty- Country, located at 850 Lincoln Avenue, three percent of what goes in the landfill is Suite 15 in Bohemia. One trip here brings organic kitchen scraps that don’t need to the realization that there really is abso- be sent there,” Meinke said. lutely no excuse not to go green. One of the most interesting items in the The proprietor of Greener Country, Rob- outlet is a BioPosture Eco memory-foam ert Meinke, who admits that he is a bit of bed. It has a super-comfortable mattress a frustrated scientist, wants to see green similar to the Tempur-Pedic, except the living become mainstream. He began his foam is made from plant-based materials conversion to an environmentally friendly and has an antimicrobial bamboo fabric lifestyle after attending trade shows that cover. The bed is made per order in the featured green products. What started out USA, and shipped via UPS. A wooden mat- as a quest to change all the light bulbs tress base is sold separately. in his home to energy efficient versions, “[The bed] has a 20-year warranty not to developed into an interest that led to open- indent more than three-quarters-of-an-inch. ing up an e-commerce store and local shop. People who have bought the bed have been He recently moved his local store from very happy with it,” Meinke said. Jericho to Long Island’s South Shore. Meinke promotes the use of bamboo, Among the many items available for using it throughout the shop for shelving purchase at Greener Country are non-toxic and seating. “Bamboo is considered a rap- cleaning supplies, natural bath and beauty idly renewable resource,” he noted. supplies, an assortment of eco-friendly The store also carries bamboo, hemp gifts, water quality, water conservation and organic cotton shirts and hoodies, Proprietor Robert Meinke is helping to save the environment one sale at a time in his and energy-saving products, kitchen com- as well as knapsacks, checkbooks, coin store, Greener Country. He’s seen here with some of his products, including a popular posting devices, fair trade jewelry and purses, women’s handbags and wallets item, an Eco memory-foam bed. SCN/Christie bags, products made from bamboo, corn, made from hemp and recycled tires. hemp and silk, business supplies and solar “None of our products are made in We promote hemp as an alternative to PVC tive products for children, including chem- powered gadgets. There is also a full line sweatshop conditions. Everything is made and leather, which all use petrochemicals ical-free bug repellent, tub cleaner, sun- of home improvement products such as on a fair trade basis. The manufacture in its manufacture,” Meinke said. screen, PVC-free water bottles and lunch odor-free paint, chemical-free glues and facilities are thoroughly checked out,” “Pachyderm Paper” notebooks and carriers. You’ll also find a de-chlorinating sealants. Meinke has a wide selection of explained Meinke, who tries out most of cards, manufactured by mnelliepooh.com, filter for the tub and shower. energy efficient light bulbs. the products in the store before he stocks are probably the oddest item in the store, A trip to Greener Country is quite a Greener Country supports local and for- them. but millions of elephants are better off learning experience in environmental stew- eign artisans, including the pottery of C.C. “If you want to get the plastic and leath- because of it. The paper is made from ardship. Imagine how the world would Bookout in Riverhead and Women of the er out of your life, you can use hemp. It’s cleaned and processed elephant dung. This change if every store offered eco-friendly Cloud jewelry. a very durable fabric. We promote hemp product is changing the way farmers in Sri products. Greener Country outlet store is Surprisingly, his biggest seller is the because it has a lot of good properties to Lanka view elephants, and reviving local open Monday through Friday, from 9:30 backyard rolling composter and compost it. It can be grown without chemical pes- economies in that area. a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and on weekends from maker, which retails for $155. There are ticides. The ropes on Christopher Colum- There are plenty of items available for 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Shop on the Web at videos on the store’s Web site demonstrat- bus’ ships were all made from hemp cord. parents looking for chemical-free alterna- www.greenercountry.com. The dangers of cyberbullying SCPD enlightens parents to a growing problem By LOREN ELIZABETH CHRISTIE content) has led to legal gray areas in other- wise stringent anti-child pornography laws. SAYVILLE — As a result of cell phones, Under current legislation, teens that take one episode of bad judgment can scar a and distribute naked pictures of themselves teen’s reputation for life. This was the topic can be charged with making and promoting of a seminar recently held in the auditorium child pornography. They can be required of the Sayville Middle School to address to register as sex offenders. Although this cyberbullying and suicide-related fatalities legislation was originally enacted to protect linked to it. children from abusive adults, the same rules Detective Rory Forrestal, a 24-year veter- apply to minors who participate in sexting. an of the Suffolk County Police Department Sexting has invaded popular culture, (SCPD), gave an eye-opening presentation both in television dramas and real life. to parents and community members. Daria Episodes of popular television shows, such Ferrara, a guest speaker, shared a personal as Law and Order, Glee and Degrassi: The experience involving bullying, and Officer Next Generation, have addressed the issue. Anthony Dolan demonstrated the program According to Forrestal, the current law calls Suffolk County Police Detective Roy Forrestal (left) and guest speaker Daria Ferrara Computer Cop, which was distributed free for 6-10 years of probation for the offender. offered profound information and advice to parents at the district’s recent cyberbullying to those who attended the seminar. The SCPD is trying to make teens and their seminar. SCN/Christie When Detective Forrestal helped estab- parents more aware of the way sexting can lish the Computer Crimes Unit in 1999, the permanently damage a person’s reputation how the caring intervention of teachers over to a physical bullying, it turns into a original focus was on sexual predators. when images are circulated. and family helped her overcome the pain- whole different animal. She’d walk down Over the past decade, however, the SCPD “This is an absolute disaster. This prob- ful events that made her want to stay home a hallway and they’d knock the books out has been tracking new Internet dangers that lem has exploded in the last two years. It from school. According to Daria’s research of her hands. She’d walk home and they’d don’t necessarily involve strangers. will wreck. . .your child faster than any- on the subject, “Forty-three percent of teens throw full Coke cans at her,” said Forrestal. “Now all of a sudden there is a dramatic thing. One picture or video of your child and in the United States have been victims of Sayville High School junior Sarah Elsess- shift. We see a tremendous rise in sex- [when] he’s going for an interview, bang! bullying,” she said. er said that it’s easier for bullies to hurt oth- ting incidents involving cyberbullying. I’m He’s done. That picture is out there forever. “We now have electronic and physical ers electronically, because they feel a sense going to be very blunt and direct in what Then, once it goes out there, it goes viral,” bullying that is causing kids to kill them- of detachment from their victims. I’m showing you, and hopefully you’ll all said Forrestal, who added that many of selves,” Forrestal said, as a list of dangerous “[Cyberbullying] is definitely a bigger go home and throw your computers in the these photos end up on foreign Web sites Web sites was distributed to those in atten- problem than any other form of bullying. lake,” he said, factiously. where complete strangers trade the images dance. Several cases of cyberbullying-relat- Kids have an added sense of confidence Lately, technology seems to be advancing like baseball cards. ed deaths were discussed, including that behind a computer that they would not nor- so rapidly that state and federal laws are An increase in sexting is paralleled by of Massachusetts student Phoebe Prince, mally have in person,” Elsesser said. sometimes not quite up to par in address- a rise in cyberbullying. Speaker Ferrara, who hung herself after being tormented by The SCPD stresses in presentations to ing new crimes. For instance, cell phones a graduate of St. John’s University who classmates. middle school students that cyberbullying help teens take inappropriate language to majored in criminal justice and political “About eight or nine [students] went on a can be avoided if people use the blocks a whole other level. In New York State, the science, shared her experience as a high campaign, not only with electronic cyberbul- rise of “sexting” (text messaging sexual school victim of bullying. She spoke about lying, but physical bullying. When it breaks See CYBERBULLYING on page 6 6 THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS - November 11, 2010 Obituaries By Jim Intravia Lillian S. Lussier Frank. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Moloney’s Bohemia Funeral Home. Inter- Lillian S. Lussier, 105, of Sayville, died Octo- ment was in St. Charles Cemetery in Farm- ber 29. A resident of the Sayville-Bohemia ingdale. area for over 80 years, Mrs. Lussier had been living with her daughter, Dr. Virginia Lee Lus- Ralph Ottavo sier in Northridge, CA. She was born in Bohe- mia, graduated from Sayville High School and Ralph Ottavo, 88, of Sayville, died November attended business school in New York. She 4. Mr. Ottavo was born in Italy and came worked as a bookkeeper and accountant in to the United States through Ellis Island at New York, Los Angeles and at the La Salle the age of 16. He served in the U.S. Army in Military Academy for the last 30 years of her World War II. Mr. Ottavo owned and operated career. several different businesses and later worked Mrs. Lussier is survived by her daughter, for the Town of Babylon. He was a long-time Virginia; and by nieces and nephews on Long member of the American Legion. Island and in Florida and the Los Angeles Mr. Ottavo is survived by his daughters, area. Marie Alessi and Ann Pattilio; grandchildren, Steven, Gina, Barbara and Anthony; and by nine great-grandchildren. He was predeceased Martha O. Marchese by his wife of 60 years, Josephine, in 2003. Martha O. Marchese, 94, of Bohemia, died Funeral arrangements were entrusted to October 31. Mrs. Marchese is survived by her Raynor & D’Andrea Funeral Home in West son, Joseph; three grandchildren; and five Sayville. A funeral Mass was celebrated at St. great-grandchildren. Lawrence R.C. Church in Sayville. Interment She was predeceased by her husband, was in Pinelawn Memorial Park. … of cyberbullying CYBERBULLYING from page 5 cally know, they are going to stay safer. If you don’t know what Facebook is, sit down with your kids and ask them to show you,” provided on social networking sites. At the he added. evening seminar, Forrestal urged parents to Some parents pointed out that underage assert control over their teen’s use of cell children should not have Facebook accounts. phones and computers. Detective Forrestal agreed, sharing a story “There has to be a life skill from now on of how he watched his own children like a for people to lock down private information. hawk when they were teens, but one bad Keep your stuff private. Be very aware of choice can ruin a kid’s life. who you are adding as friends. The way to “We need to teach our children that some stay the safest is to know whom you are talk- things are meant to be kept private and we ing to. If your children are using the blocking need to teach them empathy,” he said. services and only talk to people they physi- RU WRUCK NOTICE RESIDENTS OF SAYVILLE & LL WALLACE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT STONY BROOK UNIVERSIT Y'S CHARLES B. WANG CENTER PRESENTS The Board of Education Regular ATTORNEYS AT LAW Meeting will be held on Wednesday, Kenny Endo in Gateway: Ma vs.Groove • Probate and Estate • November 17, 2010 at the Administration Building, 99 Greeley Avenue, Sayville, New York. There • Real Estate • will be a motion to open public • Wills and Trusts Administration • session at 7:00 p.m. The Board will then immediately make a motion to adjourn to executive session. It is 38 Church Street, Suite B, Patchogue estimated that the Board will complete its executive session at approximately 475-3100 8:00 p.m. at which time there will be a motion to reconvene in public WruckWallace.com session. Serving the community for over 70 years PUBLIC INVITED Saturday, November 13, 2010 at 8:00 pm • Wang Center Theatre The Wang Center celebrates the return of Kenny Endo to Stony Brook on his 35th anniversary tour, Gateway: Ma vs. Groove! Kenny and four other masters, Kaoru Watanabe, Hitoshi Hamada, Tadayoshi Yasuda, and Shoko Hikage will explore the concept of “ma” (room, interval) and groove. Beginner’s Workshop: Sunday, November 14, 2010 at 3:00 pm, Wang Center • Tickets: $20 Advanced Workshop: Sunday, November 14, 2010 at 4:30 pm, Wang Center • Tickets: $20 Performance Tickets: VIP: $35 • General: $20 • Senior: $15 • Student: $10 With support from: 20% discounts to groups of five or more for the performance. WSHU Public Radio Group For information and to purchase tickets online: www.stonybrook.edu/wang National Public Radio® To contact us, e-mail email@example.com or call (631) 632-4400. Stony Brook University/SUNY is an affirmative action, equal opportunity educator and employer. November 11, 2010 - THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS 7 Saltaire Village Hall as it appears on Fire Island. However, village meetings may now be held outside of the government building, and even off Fire Island as well. IB/SCN McCollum Meetings without borders Ruling for Saltaire could set a precedent By SHOSHANNA MCCOLLUM ruled in their favor last year, stating in his decision that “…conducting a village FIRE ISLAND — Saltaire Village may meeting outside the jurisdiction where now hold their meetings with either the village residents live, especially in seaside or cityscape views thanks to a private office on the 28th floor of a the recent court decision, a potentially private office building, is not a public precedent-setting ruling. meeting in an open and public manner… Stating that “it was an error for the video teleconferencing does not change Supreme Court to grant that branch the circumstances of the case or make of the petition which was to, in effect, a private office meeting more palatable compel the Board to conduct public or less onerous to a full and fair public meetings and public hearings within the hearing involving the constituents whom geographical boundaries of the village,” the Village trustees represent.” the New York Supreme Court Appellate Peterson and Feustel have been named Division’s Second Judicial Department as plaintiffs or defendants in numerous overturned last year’s ruling by the lawsuits over the past five years with New York Supreme Court 10th Judicial Saltaire on the opposing side. Last May, District that prohibited the diminutive Feustel ran for village trustee. The Fire Island municipality from scheduling premise of his campaign platform was public meetings in physical locations to consolidate Saltaire into the Town of outside of village limits. Islip, thereby reverting it to the status In 2006, the Saltaire Village Board of of a hamlet, like its neighboring Fire Trustees passed a local law enabling Island communities. The election bid them to convene non-emergency public was unsuccessful. meetings outside of Suffolk County. In the latest decision, Supreme Court Three years later, published public Appellate judges Joseph Covello, Fred notices announcing official meetings Santucci, Ruth Balkin and Leonard scheduled during winter months cited Austin’s unanimous ruling read: “…the a location in Manhattan. The meeting petitioners failed to establish that they place address was a private law firm in have a clear legal right to compel the New York City where the former Mayor, Board to conduct all public meetings and Scott S. Rosenblum, is a partner. A public hearings within the geographical two-way videoconference connection in boundaries of the Village,” further adding Village Hall allowed the handful of year- that videoconferencing kept the meetings round Saltaire residents to participate compliant with open meetings law. in meetings remotely, if they chose to “It is not easy fighting village hall, do so. especially when you don’t know where Like all communities on Fire Island, it is,” joked Feustel in response to the Saltaire has a bustling population in reversed decision. He also called the the summer months, but is sparsely appeal a “complete travesty of justice,” populated off-season, with less than 50 stating that he and his wife will be full-time residents, according to the U.S. disenfranchised as Suffolk County Census Bureau. Bellport residents as residents under the present judgment, as well as Saltaire homeowners Victoria both meeting venues are expensive and Petersen and husband Noel Feustel filed time-consuming alternatives for them. for an injunction against the off-site Saltaire Village Hall did not return our meeting practice in 2009. calls for comment by the time this article Judge Peter Fox Cohalan originally went to press. 8 THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS - November 11, 2010 A passion to create art Local artist draws inspiration from life experiences By LOREN ELIZABETH CHRISTIE electric,” she said. Wayman graduated from SBU with an BLUE POINT — When Kathy Wayman’s MA in Liberal Studies in 1990. Her enthu- grown children come over to visit, they siasm for her craft, and life in general, is sometimes leave with a work of art. Her evident in her appearance and attitude. It house is filled with about 50 years worth is especially exuded from her work. of it and currently, 23 of her collages and “[Art] introduces me to many wonderful watercolors are on display at the Bayport- people. I’ve been through cancer and I’ve Blue Point Library. found that [through that stress] art is ther- Local beaches, birds, historic homes and apeutic. I enjoy my own craft and seeing lighthouses inspire her work. Landscapes other art,” Wayman said, adding that she are also the subject of her intricate col- loves visiting both The National Gallery lages. Wayman began painting after her of Art in Washington D.C. and the Metro- fourth daughter was born; a difficult preg- politan Museum of Art in Manhattan. She nancy kept her confined to her home. is a member of the Suffolk County branch “After I had my daughter and I finally got of The National League of American Pen outdoors, everything looked so beautiful,” Women. Her work was last shown at the Wayman recalled. Bayard Cutting Arboretum in Oakdale. She was inspired to purchase paintings, Wayman’s style is eclectic. Some of the but instead, her husband said, “Why don’t collages are abstracts, while others are you paint one?” more traditional. When it comes to water- Wayman accepted the challenge and colors, she is not a methodical painter. discovered that she had a passion for Her inspiration for her creations comes creating art. She enrolled in classes at from every facet of her life experiences. Stony Brook University (SBU) and took One of the abstracts on display at the her time there. She was more interested library titled A New Day was inspired One of Kathy Wayman’s lovely pieces of work that are now on display at the in learning everything she possibly could, by the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Bayport-Blue Point Public Library. SCN/Christie than getting a degree. Another collage titled Jerusalem Before “I took specific courses so I could use and After was created as a result of beaches of the South Shore. The crusader Her watercolors are also striking. Two the equipment,” Wayman said. Wayman’s many trips to The Holy Land. buildings in Israel inspired the style of particularly beautiful pieces are Meadow- At school she started crafting portraits Before she visited this sacred place for one collage on display titled Fire Island croft and West Sayville Dock. using pastels and watercolors. Over the the first time in 1980, she had already Lighthouse. Kathy Wayman’s art is on display at the years, her children and grandchildren painted a scene from it. 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First Lieutenant Oakdale Theater presents Remo Williams the European theater for 28 months in the yielding crops in Japan, it is believed that 90 Edward Fliedner presented certificates starring Joel Grey, rated PG-13. Matinees are infantry. Lt. Sykes received the Purple Heart. percent of the world’s illegal dope supply has for 40 or more years of service to four 99¢. Senior Citizens 99¢ at all times. He was wounded when a shell landed in his been cut off. members of the Sayville Fire Department When Elaine Weiss came to Suffolk foxhole and blew him into the air and atop Casual observations. It is difficult to Hook and Ladder Company. The certificates Community Development Corporation in a brick wall in close fighting near Rome. believe that forty or fifty years from now were presented to William Johnson, William 1976, she worked in an office that included He later was assigned to a Prisoner-of-War we will look back upon the present as the Maasch, Henry Zajicek and Lewis Terry. herself and one secretary with a $60,000 a camp and viewed the arrogant young men good old days. War isn’t regarded as a part Women voters. The League of Women year budget. Since coming to the Coram- who had ruled Europe. In his opinion, they of the great “Melting Pot” of this country, Voters enjoyed a lively discussion at the home based organization almost a decade ago, are secretly more nazified than ever. but nevertheless, fifty thousand American of Mrs. Walter Shutt of Bay Shore and at St. she has helped it grow and seen it through Collision in Oakdale. Police reported that soldiers have married foreign girls since the Ann’s Episcopal Church in Sayville. They housing rehabilitation programs, angry a car driven by Edmund Lietz of 2 Laurel war started. discussed implications of a Supreme Court public hearings and now through new Ave, East Islip struck a parked pickup truck Decision of 1964. Any interested person is construction projects. “I think most middle operated by Harvey B. Conklin in front of the 45 years ago welcome to attend. League meetings are income people are being squeezed out of the Idle Hour Food Bar in Oakdale. open to the public. housing market. We have to sell communities VICTORY. Buy Bonds to guarantee a Northeast blacked out by power failure. Realtors tested for bias. Civil Rights on the fact that most middle income families prosperous America. They’ll assure a sold A massive power failure blacked out leaders sent white and Negro house-hunters are being priced out of the single-family reserve fund for your future farm needs, virtually the entire northeast section of the to 14 real estate offices in Islip Town to housing market,” Weiss said. “Families have they’ll aid in the fight against inflation and United States last night. It began shortly learn first hand, the extent of discriminatory to recognize that when their children move help our veterans. Victory “E” Bonds are before 5:30 p.m. and within a few moments, practices against minority groups. Ten of out of their homes, they can’t live the way better than cash. Available at Thornhill’s blanketed an eight state, 80,000 square-mile those visited were given passing grades. their parents did.” Pharmacy, T & S Lumber, Ehrenberg’s area affecting 20 million Americans. All Arthur W. 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It could only event had been free in the past, it was mean that it’s time again for the annual necessary to add a nominal $5 donation Taste of Oakdale event that’s hosted by the this year. chamber of commerce. “In these [tough] economic times, the Taste of Oakdale will be held on Friday, $5 will help to pay for the cost of paper Nov. 15 from 7-9 p.m. inside the ballroom goods,” she noted. of historic Fortunoff Hall, located on the Any other proceeds from the event will Dowling College campus. All are welcome help to support chamber of commerce to attend. activities throughout the year, which Monica Musetti-Carlin, vice president of include the annual tree lighting ceremony the chamber, said it’s an important and very at the Oakdale train station, the springtime popular fundraiser for that organization. Easter egg hunt, the Firecracker run in “Last year, people lined up one hour July and the chamber’s scholarship fund. before it even started,” she said. The main purpose of the event, though, And this year, in addition to the is to highlight local businesses, particularly usual attractions, there will be added Oakdale’s fine eateries. And, it also helps components, such as a local author’s to bring the community together. table, many more raffle baskets, and “Everyone has to be involved in the entertainment by the dance group growth and maintenance of a community,” Ovations, who will be performing a portion said Musetti-Carlin. And, she added, what of the Nutcracker Suite ballet. There better way to do that than at such a fun, will also be performances by Dowling inexpensive event. College musicians and the players from “It’s the best deal in Oakdale,” she CM Performing Arts. said. …forgotten warriors WARRIORS from page 1 Nolan. “It has been an honor and a pleasure to work with Supervisor Nolan to insure that her honor is located in a park-like area south our veterans who gave their lives for our of Main Street. freedom in Korea and Vietnam, receive some Bodkin said the most moving aspect of of the recognition they so richly deserve,” the unveiling will be for Robert Ritter, the said Legislator Lindsay. “This recognition only Sayville casualty of the Korean War for our local heroes is long overdue.” and whose body remains left somewhere in Sayville Garden Club president Pat North Korea. His family plans to attend the Osarchuk said her group has maintained Memorial Day ceremony next year. Sparrow Park plantings for more than “It will be the funeral he never had,” 40 years. They also placed some of the Bodkin said. memorials there. She said she was initially “On Veterans Day this year, as we pay concerned about the new memorials being tribute to those men and women who have a good representation for veterans, but is served our great nation to protect our satisfied that it will all be fine. freedoms, I am very proud to say that next “Those people had been neglected,” she year we will be adding [the names] of six said. “This is a good thing.” additional brave veterans,” said Supervisor Let Personal-Touch put the pieces together by providing a compassionate professional to: • Provide nutritional meals and snacks • Remind to take necessary medications • Assist with shopping and laundry • Keep home clean and tidy We Specialize in Live-In Aides & MUCH MORE Please call now for more details • We accept long term care insurance and your FREE consultation with an • All Aides are N.Y.S. 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Residents who noticed a flyer Day, Veterans Day, so re-named in 1954, announcing their future opening of Rainbow Wizards has been a day to remember those who in the window of the newly created store next to the have served in all branches of the U.S. Great Southern Deli, have been making phone calls Armed Forces, in all wars and during to Islip Town, the Bayport-Blue Point Chamber of Commerce and the Bayport Community Association. peacetime, as well. It is but a moment Some say they object to a tattoo parlor in this of reflection that behooves Americans community because of its connotations. Others ask to stop whatever it is they are doing that why they picked Bayport. The answer to the second day and take the time to acknowledge question is simple. Tattoo parlors are illegal in the our military. five boroughs of the city and this store was available “at the right price,” said Mr. Morelli. Unlike Memorial Day, which honors It turned out to be an extraordinarily important the soldiers who have departed, Veter- election last week in Suffolk. The Long Island ans Day is an opportunity to pay homage Lighting Company’s Shoreham nuclear plant project In the last week of October of 1975, Bayport High School junior, was the dominant issue during the election campaign, to those still among us. And, there are Ken McCarthy was awarded the European American Bank Soc- now so many of them who are in desper- and the return of an even stronger anti-Shoreham cer Award for player of the week. majority to the Suffolk Legislature was the most ate need of not only our gratitude, but important consequence of the 1985 election here. also our support. Nearly eight years of war in the Middle East has produced a situation where, after many months or even years away from their families, soldiers are often Movie Review with Susan Sessa returning home disabled, either physi- cally or emotionally, and require intense Two films for an entertaining lift psychological and medical intervention. Some of them are in desperate need of a By SUSAN SESSA to experience something very disturbing, job, while others need a place to live. which has changed her life. I had never seen Hereafter: Before I begin my review, this actress before, but was mesmerized by It just doesn’t seem fair that, after fac- her acting and her natural beauty. let me tell you about one of the managers ing some of the most terrifying, life-alter- of Island 16, Dan Corrigan. With the Then there is a London schoolboy, ing experiences on the battlefield, there media paying special attention to bed played brilliantly by twin actors Frankie are vets who are forced to face even bugs lately, they put movie theaters on and George McLaren. Basically, there are more battles upon their return home. the list of places to watch. I spoke with three solid, interesting stories that all blend Dan and he assured me there was a together, like a deliciously high quality A number of veterans’ organizations book. weekly check for bed bugs and also told are working to educate the public to the me that they were replacing all of the This movie was not boring at all. I think needs of returning soldiers, in anticipa- rugs. that most of us wonder what happens after tion of gleaning more support. People Dan was also very excited about a we pass. Is there a hereafter? Is there a should listen and contribute money, new program, which allows new mothers the convenience light at the end? Do we continue? Is there a heaven? Do of a baby-friendly setting for a discounted admission we see our friends and family who have passed before clothing, or offer to give any other sort us? price. This program includes baby changing stations, of assistance that will help to get those an area for strollers, soft lighting and lowered movie Even though this is just a movie, it gave me a spiritual veterans back on their feet. Hopefully, volume. He was gracious, friendly and helpful, and Island lift. Clint, Matt, Cecile, Frankie and George, thank you our legislators are listening, too and 16 should be proud to have him as one of their managers. for this movie — it really MADE MY DAY. I give it 4 will continue to work hard to get them Now, back to the movie. I do not consider myself a inspirational Raisinets. the care and compensation they surely religious person. I think of myself more spiritual. So when I heard that Clint Eastwood would be producing and Amelia DVD (2009): I don’t know why I’m not a big deserve. directing this spiritual drama starring Matt Damon (I enjoy Hilary Swank fan, but I have to say she did an excellent At the very least, every American practically everything he’s in) I had to see it. The trailers job portraying legendary female American pilot, Amelia should take a moment on Veterans Day, didn’t do this movie justice. In fact, the trailers made this Earhart. Sadly, Amelia vanished over the Pacific Ocean in and every day thereafter, to remember movie out to be some sort of disaster film. 1937 while attempting to fly around the world. Hereafter revolves around three different people, thus This movie not only enlightened me about the life of the many sacrifices made by our mili- Amelia, but increased my interest about her, as well. I now creating three different stories. Matt Damon’s character tary over the years. We should certainly has a special gift, but he considers it more of a curse. It want to read more about this fascinating pioneer, who so thank our soldiers and offer them a help- made you think that maybe being a psychic could drive long ago was so advanced in equal rights for women. ing hand whenever possible. you a little crazy. Richard Gere did a first-rate job portraying her husband But above all that, we must pledge to I thought actress Cecile De France really stood out as and manager. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. You a French journalist who survives a tsunami and begins should rent it! never forget what they have done and what they are continuing to do for us all. 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Door Fee is $18 for Wed., November 17 Door fee is $30/6 weeks. 7:30 p.m., Bayport-Blue Point Library. For seniors (55 and older) and $33 for every- The Man Who Came to Dinner will be more information call 472-0293. one else. presented at Suffolk Community College’s Saturday, November 13 Shea Theatre in the Islip Arts Building on the Ammerman Campus in Selden through The 2nd Annual Holiday Boutique is being Sunday, November 14 Tuesday, November 16 Nov. 28. For tickets and show times, call sponsored by The Sayville United Method- Bayport-Blue Point Public Library presents Fall Parenting Workshop - Beyond the the box office at 451-4163 or visit www. ist Church, 164 Greene Ave., Sayville from Gerry McKeveny, Joe Caggiano on guitar. Stork: Fostering Healthy Sexual Develop- sunysuffolk.edu/Spotlight. 10 a.m. -4 p.m. For more information call Original, classic songs of the last 50 years. ment in Your Young Child. 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. 589-0624. 2:00 p.m. Call 363-6013. at the Cornell Cooperative Extension Edu- Sayville Union Free School District - the cation Center, 423 Griffing Avenue, River- Board of Education meeting originally The 15th Annual Autumn Arts & Craft head. $5 fee, pre-registration is necessary, scheduled for Nov. 18 has been resched- Festival run by Preferred Promotions, Ltd., Monday, November 15 call 727-7850, ext. 340. uled to Nov. 17 at the Administration Sayville. With over 125 juried artists and Defensive Driving Class - The Town of Building. craftsmen the event is being held at Stony Brookhaven’s Parks and Recreation will Bayport Civic Association will hold its Brook University Sports Arena, Nichols Rd., be offering a defensive driving class. The November meeting at the Bayport Method- Advance Notice... November 18 Mended Hearts - A support group for any- one who has had heart surgery. We work the last 50 years and Nov. 21, American piano music. All concerts are at 2 p.m. For State Park Preserve on Sunrise Highway in Oakdale are held every Sunday from 1-4 The Great South Bay Audubon Society will with all hospitals in Suffolk County. Meeting more information call 363-6013. p.m. A $6 parking fee per car is charged meet on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. for their starts at 1 p.m. at Stony Brook Hospital at the gate. Tours are $4 for adults and general meeting. Meetings are held at Con- Heart Center. This month our speaker will Creative Writing and Fine Art Classes $3 for children. Call 581-1072 for informa- netquot State Park and Preserve, Sunrise talk about Dental Care and Heart Health. Innovative and unique program of writing tion. Highway, Oakdale. For more information call Refreshments provided. For more details, and visual arts workshops hosted by Art 563-7716 or visit www.gsbas.org. please contact 338-2521. Without Walls for children ages 7-17. Call Are You A Food Addict? Food Addicts Sharon at 567-9418 for information. Anonymous is not a weight-loss program A Refresher CPR Course will be held at Sayville Historical Society “Women’s Suf- but a 12-step fellowship that believes the Bohemia Fire Department headquarters, frage: A Dream Fulfilled” presented by the Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime problem is bio-chemical in nature. Meet- 950 Pearl Street, Bohemia, beginning 7 Suffolk County League of Women Voters. A Victims Center need daytime volunteers to ings are held every Tuesday at 7 p.m. at p.m. For further information call Phil Ross- short play shows the progress of the suffer- assist with general office duties. A resume St. Mark’s Church on Montauk Highway in wick or Jim Kozak at 589-2555 or log onto age movement. 2 - 4 p.m. at the Exhibits and three references are required. Call Islip. Visit www.FoodAddictsAnonymous. bohemiafd.com. Building of the Edwards Homestead located PFML/CVC at 689-2672 for more informa- org for more information. at the corner of Edwards St. and Collins tion or fax your resume to 751-1695. Fall Parenting Workshop - The Family Ave. Admission is free. For more informa- Gratitude Group - Are you concerned about Table 7-9p.m. at the Cornell Cooperative tion call 563-0186. Freeport High School Half Century Club a family member who appears to have an Extension Education Center, 423 Griffing looking for alumni. Contact Nancy Romaine, alcohol, drug or behavioral problem? Fami- Avenue, Riverhead. $5 fee, pre-registration Class of ’56, 475-8354. lies Anonymous can help. Meetings are is necessary, call 727-7850, ext. 340. November 22 held on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at Prince of Fall Parenting Workshop - Spoiled Rotten Vendors Wanted for a holiday fair on Nov. 6 Peace School in Sayville and Saturdays at November 19 How Over-Indulgence Hurts Kids. 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at the Cornell Cooperative Exten- from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the St. Ursula Cen- ter, 186 Middle Road in Blue Point. Home- 10 a.m. at New Life Community Church in Sayville. Call Pat at 581-3418 or Teresa at Chinese Auction at Skills Unlimited, Inc., sion Education Center, 423 Griffing Avenue, made crafts, baked goods, raffle prizes and 567-3383 for information. 405 Locust Ave., Oakdale, NY. 7:30 p.m. Riverhead. $5 fee, pre-registration is neces- more. Call 363-2422 ext. 2060 or e-mail (Preview 6:30 p.m.) Admission of $8 sary, call 727-7850, ext. 340. firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Jewish Spiritual Support Service - Are you includes 1 card (25 tickets) and Cookies or a loved one in need of spiritual support? & Coffee. For more information call 567- Teen Drop-In Lounge presented by the Do you need guidance in finding appropri- 3320. November 27 South Shore Community Organization on ate medical or hospice care? Call Rabbi Sayville Historical Society Annual “Holiday Friday nights from 7-9 p.m. at the Joyce Dr. Steven Moss of B’nai Israel Reform Pre-Thanksgiving Sale - located at the Say- Open House” 2 - 4 p.m. at the Edwards Fitzpatrick Senior Center on Irish Lane in Temple at the Jewish spiritual support ser- ville United Methodist Church, 164 Greene Homestead located at the corner of Edwards East Islip. E-mail email@example.com or call vice at 563-1660. Ave., Sayville NY. Event starts at 10 a.m. St. and Collins Ave. Admission is free. For 277-1365 for information. and goes till 2 p.m. All clothing (excluding more information call 563-0186. Free Food for Seniors - The Commodity evening wear and Christmas Holiday cloth- Open Mic Night every Monday at Fins Pub, Supplemental Food Program is offering ing) will be half price!! For more info contact Food Drive - At Sayville’s Annual Holiday 4608 Sunrise Highway in Oakdale, at 7:30 free food for seniors age 60 and over who 589-0624. Parade on Saturday at 9 a.m. Bring a non- p.m. You are invited to get on stage or meet income guidelines. Food packages perishable donation and our shopping cart just be in the audience. Call 645-5152 for include cheese, milk, starches, cereals, In The Kitchen with Friends - Join the elves will collect your gifts along the parade information. juices, canned fish, meats, vegetables Friends of the Sayville Library at their kick- route. Your generosity will make a differ- and more. Call 491-4166 or 491-4156 for off tasting party for their new cookbook at ence this holiday season! Volunteer Advocates Needed - Family Ser- information. the Sayville Public Library 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. vice League’s Ombudservice Program of or Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cookbooks The Annual Holiday Parade will be spon- Suffolk County is seeking volunteers to Prospective Foster Parents - Suffolk Coun- will be available for $10 and free wrapping sored by the Sayville Food Pantry and host- train as advocates for nursing home, adult ty Dept. of Social Services will be holding is available for gift giving. ed by the town of Sayville at 9 a.m. Their home and assisted living facility residents. orientation meetings for prospective fos- Shopping Cart Elves will be collecting dona- Trained volunteers visit residents once a ter parents at the Social Services Build- November 20 tions along the parade route. Please bring non-perishable donations to this year’s week to help improve the quality of their ing, 3455 Veterans Memorial Highway in A Defensive Driving Course is being pro- lives and to ensure that their rights are Ronkonkoma. Three dates a month are parade for those who are in need in the protected. For information, call 427-3700, being offered for orientation. Call 853- vided by St. Lawrence Knights of Columbus, Oakdale, Bohemia, West Sayville, Sayville, Sayville at the Bethany Community Room at ext. 240. KIDS for more information. Bayport and Blue Point areas. For any fur- St. Lawrence the Martyr Church, Sayville, ther information call 563-2744. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost is $35 and Pregnant? Not sure of what to expect or Is There a Doctor in the House? The includes breakfast and lunch. Save on your where to go? The first step to having a Retired Senior Volunteer Program of Suf- insurance or receive a point reduction on healthy baby is to see a health care pro- folk is developing a new project called Vol- your license. For any questions or to regis- Of Note … vider. For more information or for help in unteers in HealthCare. If you are a retired ter call Tom O’Brien at 848-6211. Art Exhibit - “A Cornucopia of Art” will be finding a health care provider, call the Suf- medical doctor and would like to volunteer showing at the Gillette House in Sayville folk Perinatal Coalition at 475-5400. your professional skills, call 979-9490 ext. Nov. 6 through 28 from 1 - 4 p.m. An artist 11 for information. November 21 reception will be held on Nov. 7 from 2 - 4 TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets Bayport-Blue Point Public Library pres- p.m. Call 589-7343 for more information. at the Henrietta Acampora Cottage every Suffolk County Coalition Against Domes- ents American piano musicians, Katherine Tuesday morning from 10-11:30 a.m. Call tic Violence. October is Domestic Violence Addleman and Alvin Novak at 2:00 p.m. Bayport- Blue Point Public Library, 203 Theresa at 589-4873 or Flo at 475-0532 Awareness Month. Please call 666-7181 Call 363-6013. Blue Point Ave., Blue Point. Upcoming for information. ext. 323 for information and/or help. musical events: Nov. 14, Classic songs of Main House Tours at the Connetquot River Deadline for submissions of your event is noon on the Monday before publication. There is no charge to place an item in the calendar, but due to space restrictions, items are subject to run as space permits. No guarantees are made that an item will run the week it is submitted for publication, but every effort will be made to include your item in a timely fashion. Send Around Town items to us at LIAproduction@optonline.net (PLEASE MAKE NOTE IN THE SUBJECT LINE “AROUND TOWN” or mail your notice to Long Island Advance, P.O. Box 780, Patchogue, NY 11772 Attn: Around Town 14 THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS - November 11, 2010 AIR CONDITIONING/HEATING The Card Serving Long Island Since 1967 HEATING/AIR CONDITIONING SPECIALISTS File ADVERTISE IN THE Sales • Service Installation • Maintenance • Contracts SERVICE ON ALL MAKES & MODELS Call Today For Your Appointment Habitat Licensed / Insured hero CARD FILE! 120 N. Division Ave., Blue Point A quick & easy way to reach new customers! 631.363.6600 volunteer FREE ESTIMATES OAKDALE — Brian CALL 589-6200 FOR MORE INFORMATION. Urraro, a resident of the FUEL OIL hamlet and an account executive for Nutricap PAY Labs in Farmingdale, has worked on 14 Habitat for Thank You C.O.D. PRICES Humanity homes in Suf- folk County over the past For • Prompt Delivery & SAVE!!!! three years. As a result of his work with that organi- Patronizing • Metered Delivery Se Habla Espanol s r r zation, he was recently named one of the Vol- You Call, We Deliver These • Premium Heating Oil unteers of the Year by Reputable • Easy Online Ordering Habitat for Humanity. Businesses • We Accept H.E.A.P. www.CODOIL.com 1-800-424-HEAT 4328 An award ceremony is scheduled for Nov. 30. Public Notices The Suffolk County News NOTICE OF Articles of Organization NOTICE OF FORMATION OF Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dat- ty. SSNY has been Office location: Suffolk Coun- FORMATION OF CANDLE- were ﬁled with the Secre- LIMITED LIABILITY COM- ed: 10/7/2010 designated as agent of the LLC ty. SSNY has been WOOD ASSOCIATES, LLC. tary of State of New York PANY. NAME: BEST LIFE SCN, 34086, 10/21, 28 - upon whom process against it designated as agent of the LLC Art of Org. filed with Secy. of (SSNY) on 07/23/09. Ofﬁce VESTCO, 11/4, 11 may be served. upon whom process against it State of NY(SSNY) on Septem- location: Suffolk County. LLC. Articles of Organiza- SSNY shall mail a copy of may be served. ber 10, 2010. Office location: SSNY has been designated tion were ﬁled with the NOTICE OF SALE process to the LLC, 417 7th SSNY shall mail a copy of Suffolk County, SSNY desig- as agent of the LLC upon Secretary of State of New SUPREME COURT: COUN- Avenue, Brooklyn, New process to the LLC, 1085 East nated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it York (SSNY) on 12/05/06. TY OF SUFFOLK - PHH York 11215. Purpose: For any 12th Street, Brooklyn, whom process against it may may be served. SSNY shall Ofﬁce location: Suffolk MORTGAGE CORPORA- lawful purpose. New York 11230. Purpose: For be served. SSNY shall mail mail a copy of process to County. SSNY has been TION, Plaintiff, AGAINST SCN, 34091, 10/21, 28 - any lawful purpose. copy of process to: 210-214 the LLC, c/o S & E Azril- designated as agent of the ERIC DEUTSCHER, INDI- 11/4, 11, 18, 25 SCN, 34104, 10/28 - 11/4, Candlewood Road, Bay Shore, iant, P.C., 36 West 44th LLC upon whom process VIDUALLY AND AS THE EX- 11, 18, 25 - 12/2 New York 11706. Purpose: any Street, Suite 1100, New against it may be served. ECUTOR OF THE ESTATE NOTICE OF FORMATION lawful activity. York, New York 10036. SSNY shall mail a copy of OF THE LATE EDWARD OF LIMITED LIABILITY NOTICE OF FORMATION SCN, 34039, 10/7, 14, 21, Purpose: For any lawful process to the LLC, c/o Cor- DEUTSCHER A/K/A EDWARD COMPANY. NAME: B & M NY OF LIMITED LIABILITY 28, 11/4, 11 purpose. poration Service Company, JOHN DEUTSCHER, ET AL., ASSOCIATES COMPANY. NAME: CELEB- SCN,34064,10/14,21,28,11/ 80 State Street, Albany, Defendant(s). Pursuant to a LLC. Articles of Organization RITY CONTENT.COM, LLC. NOTICE OF 4, 11, 18 New York 12207, which judgment of foreclosure and were filed with the Secretary Articles of Organization were FORMATION OF MALL is also the address of the sale duly dated 11/27/2009, I, of State of New filed with the Secretary of DRIVE REALTY, LLC. Art. of NOTICE OF FORMATION OF registered agent. Purpose: the undersigned Referee will York (SSNY) on 10/15/10. State of New York (SSNY) on Org. filed with Secy. of State LIMITED LIABILITY COMPA- For any lawful purpose. sell at public auction at the Is- Office location: Suffolk Coun- 09/28/10. Office location: Suf- of NY(SSNY) on September NY. NAME: READYBRUSH. SCN,34070,10/14,21,28,11/ lip Town Hall 655 Main Street ty. SSNY has been folk County. SSNY has been 10, 2010. Office location: NET LLC. 4, 11, 18 Islip, NY 11751, New York, on designated as agent of the LLC designated as agent of the LLC Suffolk County, SSNY desig- Articles of Organization 11/18/2010 at 12:30 PM, prem- upon whom process against it upon whom process against nated as agent of LLC upon were ﬁled with the Secre- NOTICE OF FORMATION OF ises known as 206 BEAVER- may be served. it may be served. SSNY shall whom process against it may tary of State of New York LIMITED LIABILITY COMPA- DAM ROAD, ISLIP, NY 11751. SSNY shall mail a copy of pro- mail a copy of process to the be served. SSNY shall mail (SSNY) on 08/06/10. Ofﬁce NY. NAME: GROUT SHIELD All that certain plot piece or cess to the LLC, 25 Neptune LLC, Post Office Box 5257, copy of process to: 69-71 Mall location: Suffolk County. RETAIL parcel of land, with the build- Avenue, Brooklyn, New Bay Shore, New York 11706. Drive, Commack, New York SSNY has been designated SUPPLIERS LLC. Articles ings and improvements there- York 11235. Purpose: For any Purpose: For any lawful pur- 11725. Purpose: any lawful as agent of the LLC upon of Organization were filed on erected, situate, lying and lawful purpose. pose. activity. whom process against it with the Secretary of State being in the Town of ISLIP, SCN, 34092, 10/21, 28 - SCN, 34105, 10/28-11/6, 11, SCN, 34040, 10/7, 14, 21, may be served. SSNY shall of New York (SSNY) on County of Suffolk and State of 11/4, 11, 18, 25 18, 25-12/2 28, 11/4, 11 mail a copy of process to the 08/25/10. Office location: New York, Section, Block and LLC, 90 Cain Drive, Brent- Suffolk County. SSNY has Lot: Section 272 Block 3 Lot 9. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF FORMATION OF NOTICE OF FORMATION wood, New York 11717. been designated as agent of Approximate amount of judg- SUPREME COURT: COUNTY Coffee Roaster Direct LLC. OF PROFESSIONAL SER- Purpose: For any lawful pur- the LLC upon whom process ment $193,190.62 plus interest OF SUFFOLK - DEUTSCHE Article of Organization filed VICE LIMITED LIABILITY pose. against it may be served. and costs. Premises will be BANK NATIONAL TRUST with the Secretary of State of COMPANY. NAME: SCN,34065, 10/14,21,28 - SSNY shall mail a copy of sold subject to provisions of COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE NY (SSNY) on 6/23/2010 Office THE GIARDINA LAW GROUP, 11/4, 11, 18 process to the LLC, 9 Madi- ﬁled Judgment Index #29278- FOR GSAMP 2006-FM1, Plain- location SUFFOLK County. PLLC. Articles of Organization son Avenue, Bay Shore, New 08. Renee Pardo Rosenfeld, tiff, AGAINST MONICA ZABA- SSNY has been designated were filed with the NOTICE OF FORMATION of York 11706. Purpose: Referee, LA, ET AL., Defendant(s). Pur- as agent upon whom process Secretary of State of New 821 North Queens Avenue, For any lawful purpose. SHAPIRO, DICARO & BARAK, suant to a judgment of fore- against it may be served. The York (SSNY) on 09/24/10. The LLC., a NYS ltd. liability co. SCN, 34077, 10/14, 21, 28, LLP, Attorney for Plaintiff closure and sale duly dated Post Office address to which latest date of (LLC). Articles of Organiza- - 11/4, 11, 18 250 Mile Crossing Boulevard, 3/8/2010, I, the undersigned the SSNY shall mail a copy of dissolution is 12/31/2060. tion ﬁled with the Secretary Rochester, NY 14624 Dated: Referee will sell at public auc- any process against the LLC Office location: Suffolk Coun- of State of NY on 09/28/2010. NOTICE OF SALE 10/14/2010 tion at the Islip Town Hall 655 served upon him/her is C/O ty. SSNY has been NY ofﬁce location: SUFFOLK SUPREME COURT: COUN- SCN, 34087, 10/21, 28 - Main Street Islip, NY 11751, the LLC 421 Hyman Ave.. West designated as agent of the County. Secretary of State TY OF SUFFOLK - WELLS 11/4, 11 on 12/1/2010 at 9:00 AM, prem- Islip, NY 11795. PLLC upon whom process is designated as agent upon FARGO BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, ises known as 81 MADISON Purpose of LLC: to engage against it may be served. whom process against LLC AGAINST ANDRES A. FUEN- NOTICE OF FORMATION OF AVENUE, BRENTWOOD, NY in any lawful act or activ- SSNY shall mail a copy of may be served. Secretary of TES-SALVADOR, ET AL., LIMITED LIABILITY COM- 11717. All that certain plot ity. Street address of Princi- process to the PLLC, c/o Law- State Shall mail a copy of the Defendant(s). Pursuant to a PANY. piece or parcel of land, with pal Business location is: 421 rence P. Giardina, Esq., process to the LLC, 24 Malmac judgment of foreclosure and NAME: GURVICH 640 the buildings and improve- Hyman Ave. West Islip, NY 8212 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, Court, West Islip, NY 11795. sale duly dated 8/9/2010, I, the ASSOCIATES, LLC. Articles of ments thereon erected, situate, 11795. New York 11209. Purpose: For Purpose: all lawful purposes. undersigned Referee will sell Organization were ﬁled with lying and being in the Town of SCN, 34109, 11/4, 11, 18, 25 the practice of SCN,34068 at public auction at the Islip the Secretary of ISLIP, County of Suffolk and - 12/2, 9 the profession of Law. 10/14,21,28,11/4,11,18 Town Hall, 655 Main Street, State of New York (SSNY) on State of New York, Section, SCN, 34050, 10/7, 14, 21, Islip, New York 11751 in the 10/13/10. Ofﬁce location: Suf- Block and Lot: 094.00-03.00- NOTICE OF FORMATION OF 28,- 11/4, 11 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF County of Suffolk, State of folk County. SSNY 076.000. Approximate amount LIMITED LIABILITY COM- LIMITED LIABILITY COMPA- New York, on 11/18/2010 at has been designated as agent of judgment $381,966.40 plus PANY. Name of LLC: Marsala Real- NY. NAME: NEW TICK TOCK, 2:30 PM, premises known as of the LLC upon whom pro- interest and costs. Premises NAME: PROSPECT HOUND, ty Group LLC. Art. of Org. LLC. 385 CLIFT STREET, CEN- cess against it may be will be sold subject to provi- L.L.C.. Articles of Organiza- filed Dept. of State of NY on Articles of Organization TRAL ISLIP, NY 11722. All that served. SSNY shall mail a copy sions of filed Judgment Index tion were filed with the Secre- 4/14/10. Off. Loc. in NY: Suf- were ﬁled with the Secre- certain plot piece or parcel of of process to the LLC, c/o Neil #13514/08. Dennis O’Doherty, tary of State of New folk Cty. Secy. of State desig- tary of State of New York land, with the buildings and Kupferman, 459 Jr., Referee, York (SSNY) on 10/21/10. The nated as agent of LLC upon (SSNY) on 09/29/10. Ofﬁce improvements thereon erect- 6th Avenue, Brooklyn, New Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys latest date of dissolution is whom process against it may location: Suffolk County. ed, situate, lying and being York 11215. Purpose: For any for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291, 12/31/2110. Office be served. Sec. of State shall SSNY has been designated in the Town of ISLIP, County lawful purpose. Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dat- location: Suffolk County. mail a copy of process to: c/o as agent of the LLC upon of Suffolk and State of New SCN, 34089, 10/21, 28 - ed: 10/20/2010 SSNY has been designated as Vincent Caminiti, 350 Motor whom process against it York, Section, Block and Lot: 11/4, 11, 18, 25 SCN, 34103, 10/28 - 11/4, agent of the LLC upon Parkway, Ste. 110 , Hauppauge may be served. SSNY shall 142.00-01.00-041.000. Approxi- 11, 18 whom process against it may , NY 11788 . Purpose: any law- mail a copy of process to mate amount of judgment Notice is hereby given that be served. SSNY shall mail a ful activity. the LLC, c/o Pat Rubino, $408,277.38 plus interest and an NOTICE OF FORMATION NOTICE OF FORMATION OF copy of process to SCN,34062,10/14,21,28,11/ c/o Lazard Freres & Co., 30 costs. Premises will be sold OF LIMITED LIABILITY LIMITED LIABILITY COM- the LLC, 41-70 Veterans Memo- 4, 11, 18 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, subject to provisions of filed COMPANY. NAME: SUNSET PANY. NAME: 1166 GERARD rial Highway, Bohemia, New New York 10020. Purpose: Judgment Index #31047/09. SLOPE MGMT LLC. Articles REALTY York 11716. Purpose: NOTICE OF FORMATION OF For any lawful purpose. Richard D. Schwartzer, Ref- of Organization were filed LLC. Articles of Organization For any lawful purpose. LIMITED LIABILITY COM- SCN,34069 eree, with the Secretary of State of were filed with the Secretary SCN, 34110, 11/4, 11, 18, 25 PANY. 10/11,18,25,11/4,11,18 Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys New York (SSNY) on 10/14/10. of State of New - 12/2, 9 NAME: BILL BILL LLC. for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291, Office location: Suffolk Coun- York (SSNY) on 08/20/10. Please turn to next page November 11, 2010 - THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS 15 Public Notices The Suffolk County News N.Y. on the 7th day of Decem- chasing Director, 40 Nassau are rejected or no bids are Secretary of the Fire District November, 8, 2010 Notice of formation of ber, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. Avenue. Islip, NY 11751 for: received, the Town Clerk is no later than November 24, By Order of The Board Terra Virtus LLC Said premises known as 62 Transportable Stacker authorized to readvertise for 2010. Petition forms may be of Fire Commissioners Articles of Organization filed Ridge Avenue, Central Islip, Sand/Salt Loader bids upon direction of the obtained from the Fire District of the Lakeland Fire District with the Secretary of State of N.Y. 11722. Specs/Requirements Town Board. Secretary. 929 Johnson Avenue New York Tax account number: SBL #: For Rental Attention of bidders is par- NOTICE is further given Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 SSNY on August 10, 2010 Of- 101.00-01.00-049.000, District Bid #1110-252 ticularly called to the require- that the following proposition Susan P. Ackerman, ﬁce located in Suffolk County. 0500. Opens 11/10/10 at 11:00 AM ments as to conditions of shall be presented to the quali- District Secretary SSNY has been designated Approximate amount of lien when and where they will employment to be observed ﬁed voters of the Fire District SCN, 34128, 11/11 for service of process. SSNY $ 297,398.46 plus interest and be publicly opened and read and the minimum wage rates at said Annual Election: shall mail copy of any process costs. aloud for the purpose of con- to be paid under the contract. PROPOSITION ANNUAL ELECTION OF served against the LLC, 55 Premises will be sold subject sidering the award of annual A pre-bid meeting will be held SHALL the resolution THE BAYPORT FIRE DIS- Princess Ave. Bay Shore NY to provisions of filed judg- requirement contract, subject at the Airport Managers Office of the Bohemia Fire TRICT 11706. Purpose: Any lawful ment and terms of sale. to issuance of written pur- on November 16, 2010 at 11:00 District, in the Town of Please take notice that the purpose. Index No. 27042-08. Renee chase orders. a.m. Islip, County of Suffolk, annual election of the Bayport SCN, 34111, 11/4, 11, 18, 25 Pardo Rosenfeld, Esq., Ref- Speciﬁcations may be BY ORDER OF THE TOWN State of New York, ad- Fire District will take place on - 12/2, 9 eree. obtained at the ofﬁce of the BOARD OF THE TOWN OF opted by the Board of December 14, 2010 be- Fein Such & Crane, LLP Town Purchasing Director, ISLIP Fire Commissioners of tween the hours of 6:00 PM NOTICE OF FORMATION OF Attorney(s) for Plaintiff 40 Nassau Avenue, Islip, NY REGINA DUFFY, TOWN said District on Octo- and 9:00 PM at the Bayport LIMITED LIABILITY COM- 747 Chestnut Ridge Road 11751 from 9:00A.M. to 4:30 CLERK ber 14, 2010, pursuant Fire House located at 251 PANY. NAME: GAILNDALE Suite 200 P.M. Monday through Friday. PHIL NOLAN, SUPERVISOR to the provisions of the Snedecor Avenue, Bayport, HOLDINGS, Chestnut Ridge, N.Y. 10977 The Islip Town Board re- SCN, 34125, 11/4,11 Town Law of the State New York for the purpose of LLC. Articles of Organization “If the sale is set aside for any serves the right to waive any of New York, which electing: were filed with the Secretary reason, the Purchaser at the formality and/or informality NOTICE OF FIRE DISTRICT resolution provides that One Commissioner for a term of State of New sale shall be entitled only to or to reject any or all bids re- ELECTION the following described of ﬁve years commencing York (SSNY) on 09/16/10. a return of the deposit paid. ceived or to award a contract Annual Election of the West vehicle be sold as sur- January 1, 2011 and ending Office location: Suffolk Coun- The Purchaser shall have no to one or more bidders-for an Sayville-Oakdale Fire District plus property, no longer December 31, 2015. ty. SSNY has been further recourse against the item, group(s) of items or all December 14, 2010 necessary for any of the All duly registered residents designated as agent of the LLC Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, or items of the bid, when, in the Please take notice that the uses or purposes of the of the Bayport Fire District upon whom process against it the Mortgagee’s attorney.” opinion of the Town Board, Annual Election of the West Bohemia Fire District who have registered with the may be served. SCN, 34116, 11/4, 11, 18, such an action will be in the Sayville-Oakdale Fire District and further that this ve- Suffolk County Board of Elec- SSNY shall mail a copy of 25 best interest of the Town. will take place on Tuesday, hicle is valued at more tions on or before November process to the LLC, c/o Gail TOWN BOARD, TOWN OF December 14, 2010 between than $50,000.00: 1990 22, 2010 shall be eligible to Marro, 52 Cooper Run ADVERTISEMENT ISLIP, ISLIP. NEW YORK the hours of 6:00 p.m. and Pierce Lance Heavy vote. Drive, Cherry Hill, New Jersey FOR BIDS ANY DISABLED PER- 9:00 p.m. Rescue Vehicle, BE AP- Candidates for ofﬁces shall 08003. Purpose: For any law- NOTICE TO BIDDERS SON WHO NEEDS A SIGN The purpose of the election is PROVED? ﬁle their nominating petitions ful purpose. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- LANGUAGE INTERPRETER, to elect one (1) Fire Commis- All residents of the Fire subscribed by twenty ﬁve (25) SCN, 34112, 11/4, 11, 18, 25 EN that SEALED BIDS wil1 be AUXILIARY AIDS OR SPE- sioner for a ﬁve (5) year term District duly registered with qualiﬁed voters of the District - 12/2, 9 received by the Department of CIAL ACCOMMODATIONS commencing on January 1, the Suffolk County Board of with the Secretary of the Fire Purchase. 40 Nassau Avenue. TO ATTEND THIS MEET 2011 and ending on December Elections as of November 22, District, Constance Haab, Bay- NOTICE OF SALE Islip, New York, not later that PLEASE CALL- DIVISION 31, 2015. 2010 shall be eligible to vote. port Fire District Headquar- SUPREME COURT: COUNTY 11:00 a.m prevailing time on OF SERVICES TO THE DIS- All residents registered with Dated: October 28, 2010 ters, 251 Snedecor Avenue, OF SUFFOLK - DEUTSCHE November 18, 2010, follow- ABLED - 224-5315 the Suffolk County Board BY ORDER OF THE BOARD Bayport, New York, 11705 no BANK NATIONAL TRUST ing which time they will be OR 22 5397 TDD of Elections on or before OF FIRE later than November 24, 2010. COMPANY AS TRUSTEE publicly opened and read and SCN, 34124, 11/4, 11 November 22, 2010 shall be COMMISSIONERS OF THE Constance Haab, Secretary UNDER POOLING AND SER- the contract awarded as soon eligible to vote. BOHEMIA FIRE DISTRICT Bayport Fire District VICING AGREEMENT DAT- thereafter as practicable for ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Candidates seeking to ﬁll a Town of Islip, Suffolk County, SCN, 34129, 11/11 ED AS OF APRIL 1, 2007 the: NOTICE TO BIDDERS position shall ﬁle their name New York SECURITIZED ASSET ISLIP RESOURCE RECOV- TOWN OF ISLIP on a ﬁre district provided peti- By: JOANNE MONTUORI LEGAL NOTICE BACKED RECEIVABLES ERY AGENCY (the “AGEN- SUFFOLK COUNTY, tion signed by at least twenty- Fire District Secretary ANNUAL ELECTION OF THE LLC TRUST 2007-BR2 MORT- CY”,) SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK ﬁve (25) qualiﬁed voters of SCN, 34127, 11/11 SAYVILLE FIRE GAGE PASS-THROUGH NEW YORK SALE OF RECY- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE the district with the Secretary DISTRICT CERTIFICATES, SERIES CLABLES “SCRAP METALS” THAT SEALED PROPOSALS of the West Sayville-Oakdale NOTICE OF ELECTION On December 14th, 2010 2007-BR2 , Plaintiff, AGAINST AND ‘’TIN CANS” IRRA CON- shall be received and must be Fire District at the Headquar- NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- HERVE JEAN-LOUIS, ET AL., TRACT 2010-8 stamped by the Department ters station, 80 Main Street, GIVEN, that a meeting of the EN that the Annual Election Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Information for Bidders, Form of Purchase, Town of Islip, at West Sayville, NY, no later qualiﬁed voters of the Lake- of the Sayville Fire District judgment of foreclosure and of Bid, Form of contract. Sum- its. office located at 40 Nas- than November 24, 2010. land Fire District in the Town will take place on December sale duly dated 1/4/2010, I, the mary of Work.,may be obtained sau Avenue, Islip, New York, Notice is hereby further given of Islip, Suffolk County, New 14, 2010 between the hours of undersigned Referee will sell or seen on or after November not later than 11:00 a.m. (pre- that pursuant to the resolu- York, will be held at the Main 3:00 p.m. and 9:00 pm. at the at public 4, 2010, at the Islip Resource vailing time) on Thursday, tion adopted by the Board Firehouse of the Lakeland Fire District Headquarters lo- auction at the Islip Town Hall, Recovery Agency, 401 Main December 2, 2010, following of Fire Commissioners on Fire District, 929 Johnson cated at 107 North Main Street 655 Main Street, Islip, New Street, Islip, New York, during which time they will be pub- November 9, 1966, the Fire Avenue, Ronkonkoma, New Sayville, NY 11782, of the pur- York 11751 in the County of the business hours of 9:00 a.m. licly opened and and read and District has been divided into York, on December 14, 2010, pose of electing one Commis- Suffolk, State of New York, to 4:30 p.m., Monday through the contract awarded as soon two (2) election districts, the between the hours of 12:00 sioner for a ﬁve (5) year term, New York, on 12/7/2010 at Friday. There is no charge for thereafter as practicable for: description of each election o’clock P.M. and 9:00 o’clock commencing January 1, 2011 10:00 AM, premises known documents. Contract: LIMA 2010-006 district and the designated P.M., time then prevailing for through December 31, 2015 as 59 Wilson Street, BRENT- Each bid must be accom- LONG ISLAND MACARTHUR polling place in each election the purpose of: and electing one Commis- WOOD, NY 11717. panied by either a Certiﬁed AIRPORT SELF SUPPORT- district, being as follows: Electing one Fire Commis- sioner for a four (4) year term, All that certain plot piece or Check on a solvent bank or ING SALT DOME All of said District lying sioner for a term of ﬁve (5) commencing January 1, 2011 parcel of land, with the build- Trust Company acceptable to Description west of a line running years, commencing Janu- through December 31, 2014. ings and improvements there- the Agency, or by a bid bond The Contract is to provide along the center of Lo- ary 1, 2011, upon the expi- Only residents registered to on erected, situate, lying and from a surety prepared in such for the construction of a salt cust Avenue, Oakdale, NY ration of the term of MAT- vote with the Suffolk County being in the Town of ISLIP, form as is acceptable to the dome storage building at and an imaginary projec- THEW G. MILLER, present Board of Elections on or be- County of Suffolk and State Agency. The Certiﬁed Check Long Island MacArthur Air- tion thereof extending in incumbent. fore November 22, 2010 shall of New York, Section, Block or bid bond shall be in the port, Ronkonkoma, New York, a southerly direction to Every candidate for Dis- be eligible to vote. and Lot: Section: 74 Block: 1 amount of two thousand dol- 11779. the Great South Bay, with trict ofﬁce must, at the time Election Regulations and Lot: 120. lars ($2,000.00), and be made The Information for Bidders, the polling place located of this Election, be a resident Ofﬁcial Petition Form must be Approximate amount of judg- payable to the Islip Resource Form of Bid, Form of Con- in Station 1 (Oakdale sta- elector of the Fire District obtained from the Secretary of ment $405,428.36 plus interest Recovery Agency as assur- tract and Specifications may tion), 1201 Montauk High- and shall have ﬁled his name the Sayville Fire District. Can- and ance that the Contract will be be obtained on or after Thurs- way, Oakdale, NY; and with the Secretary of the Fire didates seeking the position costs. Premises will be sold executed, if awarded to such day November 4, 2010 during All of said District ly- District at least twenty (20) shall ﬁle their name and peti- subject to provisions of filed bidders. regular business hours from: ing east of said line and days prior to the date of the tion with the Secretary of the Judgment Index #08-29674. The Agency Board reserves The Office of the the imaginary projection Fire District Election. In addi- Sayville Fire District, at 107 Erin A. Sidaras, Referee, the right to reject any and all Commissioner thereof, with the polling tion thereto, the Board of Fire North Main Street, Sayville, SHAPIRO, DICARO & BARAK, bids in whole or in part, to Department of Aviation place located in the Head- Commissioners has provided NY 11782, no later than 5 pm LLP, waive any informality in any & Transportation quarters station, 80 Main by resolution that nomina- November 24, 2010. Attorney for Plaintiff and all bids and to accept the Long Island MacArthur Street, West Sayville, NY. tions of candidates for Fire November 3rd, 2010 250 Mile Crossing Boulevard, bid or part thereof which it Airport Qualiﬁed electors shall District ofﬁces be submitted Donald R. Hodgkinson Rochester, NY 14624 deems most favorable to the 100 Arrival Avenue, Ronkonk- vote only at the polling in petition form subscribed by Fire District Secretary Dated: 10/26/2010 Agency after all bids have oma, New York 11779 place in their respective twenty-ﬁve (25) qualiﬁed vot- Board of Fire Commissioners SCN, 34113, 11/4, 11, 18, been examined and checked. Upon deposit of twenty-five election district. ers of the District. In 2010 said Sayville Fire District 25 No bids shall be withdrawn for dollars ($25.99) per set (certi- Dated: October 5, 2010 petition must be ﬁled with the 107 North Main Street a period of forty-ﬁve (45) days fied check only, made pay- Thomas G. McNamara, Chair- Secretary of the Fire District Sayville, NY 11782 Notice of formation of PJ Wal- after being publicly opened able to the Supervisor of the man on or before November 24, SCN, 34130, 11/11 dorf Family, LP, a NYS Limited and read. In the event the bids Town of Islip). Any bidder, Board of Fire Commissioners 2010. Partnership (LP). Formation are rejected, or no bids are re- submitting a sealed bid, upon West Sayville-Oakdale Fire Every elector of the afore- SAYVILLE FIRE DISTRICT filed with SSNY ceived, the Agency Secretary returning the drawings in District said Town who shall have re- NOTICE OF RESOLUTION on 09/02/10. Off. Loc.: Suffolk is authorized to re-advertise good condition within thirty SCN, 34126, 11/11 sided in the Fire District for a ADOPTED SUBJECT TO Co. SSNY desig. as agt. of for bids upon direction of the (30)days of the bid date will period of thirty (30) days next PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM LP, upon whom process may President. be refunded the full amount of ANNUAL ELECTION OF preceding any Election of Fire NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- be served. SSNY shall Attention of bidders is par- his deposit. Non-bidders will BOHEMIA FIRE DISTRICT District ofﬁcers and who on EN that the Board of Fire Com- mail copy of process to: CSC ticularly called to the require- not be refunded their depos- DECEMBER 14, 2010 the date of said election is oth- missioners of the Sayville Fire 80 State St. Albany, NY 12207. ments as to the conditions of its. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE erwise qualiﬁed to vote and District, at a Regular Meeting Purpose: all lawful purposes. employment to be observed, Each bid must be accompa- that the Annual Election of the is registered under the provi- thereof, held on October 25th, SCN, 34114, 11/4, 11, 18, 25 the minimum wage rates to nied by a certified check pay- Bohemia Fire District will take sions of Article 5 of the Elec- 2010 duly adopted the follow- - 12/2, 9, 16 be paid for under the contract able to the Town of Islip or place on December 14, 2010, tion Law shall be qualiﬁed to ing resolution: and all applicable local and acceptable bid bond in the between the hours of 3:00 PM vote for such ofﬁcers. BE IT RESOLVED, pursu- SUPREME COURT – state laws. amount of not less than ten and 9:00 PM at the Bohemia Please note that only those ant to the provisions of the COUNTY OF SUFFOLK BY ORDER OF THE ISLIP percent (10%) of the total Firehouse located at 950 Pearl persons who have registered General Municipal Law and GREENPOINT MORTGAGE RESOURCE RECOVERY maximum bid price. Street, Bohemia, New York for with the County Board of Elec- Town Law of the State of FUNDING INC., Plaintiff AGENCY The Town Board reserves the the purposes of electing one tions on or before the 23rd day New York, that a sum not to against Town of Islip right to reject any and all bids Commissioner for a ﬁve-year before the Fire District elec- exceed $35,000 be expended JUANA ESPINOSA, et al Suffolk County, New York in whole or part, to waive term commencing on January tion day shall be eligible to from Capital Reserve Fund #3 Defendant(s). Catherine Barberine any informality in any or all 1, 2011 and ending on Decem- vote. In 2010, such registration - “Building & Real Property” of Pursuant to a Judgment of Secretary bids and to accept the bid or ber 31, 2015. must have taken place on or said Fire District for the “Pur- Foreclosure and Sale entered Dated Oct. 28, 2010 part thereof which it deems Candidates for the District before November 22, 2010. chase and Installation of a on March 31, 2009. SCN, 34118, 11/4,11 most favorable to the Town. Ofﬁce of Commissioner shall Petition forms are avail- new Radio Antenna @ Station I, the undersigned Referee will No bid shall be withdrawn for ﬁle a petition signed by at least able with the District’s Secre- #2”; and be it sell at public auction at the NOTICE TO BIDDERS a period of forty-five (45) days twenty-ﬁve (25) registered vot- tary during business hours. FURTHER RESOLVED front steps of the Islip Town Sealed Bids will be received after being publicly opened ers of the Fire District, which Dated: Ronkonkoma, New that a resolution adopted sub- Hall, 655 Main Street, Islip, at the office of the Town Pur- and read. In the event bids petition must be ﬁled with the York Please turn to next page 16 THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS - November 11, 2010 Public Notices The Suffolk County News ject to a permissive referen- Each bid must be accompanied BOARD feet approved subdivision, any exterior mechanical dum as provided in the Gener- by a certiﬁed check or accept- OF THE TOWN OF ISLIP North 45º 45’ 15” East building, and site plans. equipment. The submitted al Municipal Law of the State able bid bond in the amount of REGINA V. DUFFY, TOWN 209.28 feet to a point on the These shall include, but not architectural drawings of New York, and be it not less than ten percent (10%) CLERK West side of 4th Avenue be limited to, the roadways, shall be in substantial FURTHER RESOLVED, of the bid and made payable to PHIL NOLAN, SUPERVISOR THENCE South 44º 18’ 55” the sidewalks, provision conformance to the plan(s) that the Secretary of the Fire the Town of Islip. SCN, 34134, 11/11, 18 East 249.22 feet along the of garbage collection, prepared by Fred H. Throo District shall, within ten work- The Town Board reserves the West side of 4th Avenue to landscaping, and buffer of Architecture One and ing days of the adoption of this right to reject any or all bids Suffolk County News a point on installation maintenance which is dated September resolution, publish a notice in whole or part, to waive any SUPREME COURT the North side of and replacement. 2005. Said plan shall also within the ofﬁcial newspaper informality in any or all bids, – COUNTY OF SUFFOLK Mechanicsville Road Upon issuance of a show the following design of the Fire District setting and to accept the bid or part GREENPOINT MORTGAGE THENCE the following Certiﬁcate of Occupancy, elements: forth the date of adoption and thereof, which it deems most FUNDING, Plaintiff against 5 courses and distances the Association of 1. A l l resolution and abstract of the favorable to the Town. ROSA SANTOS; MARIO SAN- along the North side of Homeowners shall assume exterior mechanical resolution concisely stating No bid shall be withdrawn for TOS, et al Defendant(s). Mechanicsville Road: all responsibility to comply equipment shall the purpose and effect thereof a period of forty-ﬁve (45) days Pursuant to a Judgment of South 45º 40’ 20” West with covenants provided be screened from and that the resolution was ad- after being publicly opened Foreclosure and Sale entered 99.55 feet herein. public view and for sound opted subject to a Permissive and read. In the event bids on January 26, 2009. South 44º 18’ 50” East 14.89 The Planning Board reserves attenuation purposes. Referendum. are rejected or no bids are I, the undersigned Referee feet the right to modify 2. All units Dated: October 26th, 2010 received, the Town Clerk is will sell at public auction at South 45º 35’ 00” West the Association of shall have their front BY ORDER OF THE BOARD authorized to re-advertise for the front steps of the Islip 110.15 feet Homeowners requirements entrances facing the OF FIRE bids upon direction of the Town Hall, 655 Main Street, North 44º 27’ 30” West stated herein after due street. COMMISSIONERS OF THE Town Board. Islip, N.Y. on the 14th day of 37.02 feet public hearing. b. A SAYVILLE FIRE DISTRICT BY ORDER OF THE TOWN December, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. South 49º 41’ 20” West 5. All roadways on the site plan showing the Town of Islip, BOARD Said premises known as 24 186.06 feet to a point on the residential parcels improvements speciﬁed in Suffolk County, NY OF THE TOWN OF ISLIP Weeks Avenue, Central Islip, East side of Park Avenue shall remain under the Subdivision and Land _________________________ REGINA V. DUFFY N.Y. 11722. THENCE private ownership. Development Regulations By: Donald J. Corkery, TOWN CLERK Tax account number: SBL #: North 40º 08’ 20” West Applicant/owner agrees including but not limited Chairman PHIL NOLAN 099.00-01.00-033.000, District 308.06 feet along the East to install all roadways to: building locations, Donald R. Hodgkinson, SUPERVISOR 0500. side of Park Avenue to the and the Association of parking, curbs, sidewalks, Secretary ANY DISABLED PERSON Approximate amount of lien point or place Homeowners agree not curb cuts, landscaping, and SCN, 34131, 11/11 WHO NEEDS A SIGN LAN- $ 302,301.59 plus interest and of beginning. to offer any roadway on drainage. Said plan shall GUAGE INTERPRETER, costs. In connection with the the subject parcel for also show the following SAYVILLE FIRE DISTRICT AUXILIARY AIDS OR SPE- Premises will be sold subject above application, the dedication to the Town design elements: NOTICE OF RESOLUTION CIAL ACCOMMODATIONS to provisions of filed judg- following restrictions have of Islip. All installation, 1. A brick paver ADOPTED SUBJECT TO TO ATTEND THIS MEETING, ment and terms of sale. been recorded in LIBER maintenance and repair style sidewalk and/ PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM PLEASE CALL - DIVISION Index No. 21862-08. Lara M. D00012638 at page 941 on costs associated with the or combination of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF SERVICES TO THE DIS- Harmel, Esq., Referee. September 30, 2010 in the roadway network shall be concrete walk and brick that the Board of Fire Com- ABLED - 224-5335 OR 224- Fein Such & Crane, LLP Suffolk County Clerk’s at the direction and to the strip along all three missioners of the Sayville Fire 5397 TDD. Attorney(s) for Plaintiff Ofﬁce: satisfaction of the Planning road frontages: Park District, at a Regular Meeting SCN, 34133, 11/11, 18 747 Chestnut Ridge Road DEED COV- Board. Avenue, Mechanicsville thereof, held on October 25th, Suite 200 ENANTS AND 6. Applicant/owner agrees to Road and Fourth 2010 duly adopted the follow- ADVERTISEMENT Chestnut Ridge, N.Y. 10977 RESTRICTIONS full compliance with the Avenue ing resolution: FOR BIDS “If the sale is set aside for any 1. A change of zone from New York State Fire Code 2. A landscape feature BE IT RESOLVED, pursu- NOTICE TO BIDDERS reason, the Purchaser at the Business District and including but not limited on Mechanicsville ant to the provisions of the TOWN OF ISLIP sale shall be entitled only to Downtown Development to, provision of sprinkler Road, to be designed General Municipal Law and SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW a return of the deposit paid. District to all Downtown systems, ﬁre protection at the direction of the Town Law of the State of YORK The Purchaser shall have no Development District is apparatus, and all other Planning Department New York, that a sum not to PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that further recourse against the granted as part of this life-safety requirements. exceed $40,000 be expended SEALED PROPOSALS shall Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, or application. The use of All restrictions contained 3. A common green from Capital Reserve Fund #1 be received and must be the Mortgagee’s attorney.” the subject parcel(s) shall herein shall not supercede area on the north side - “Building & Real Property” of stamped by the Department SCN, 34135, 11/11, 18, 25 be limited to residential the jurisdiction of the of the site, minimum said Fire District for the “Pur- of Purchase, Town of Islip, at - 12/2 dwellings. The number of New York State Fire 3,500 square feet in chase and Installation of a its ofﬁce located at 40 Nassau dwellings on the subject Code. In the cases of dual area, including a play new Gear Racks @ Station #1 Avenue, Islip, New York not PUBLIC NOTICE parcel shall be limited to jurisdiction, the more area, open air structure, and Station #2”; and be it later than 11:00 a.m. (prevail- NOTICE IS HEREBY a maximum of 40 units, restrictive requirement benches, landscaping FURTHER RESOLVED ing time)on NOV. 24, 2010, fol- GIVEN that the Town Board of including 34 two-bedroom shall apply. and fencing. that a resolution adopted sub- lowing which time they will be the Town of Islip on May 25, units and 6 three bedroom 7. All lighting shall be 4. All residential ject to a permissive referen- publicly opened and read and 2010 granted the application units. All units must be positioned or shielded structures on site shall dum as provided in the Gener- the contract awarded as soon of LONG ISLAND HOUSING owner-occupied. so as to illuminate only maintain the following al Municipal Law of the State thereafter as practicable for: PARTNERSHIP, T.C. 5004B 2. A modiﬁcation of deed the subject parcel. The setbacks: of New York, and be it Contract: LIMA 2010-003 for a change of zone covenants and restrictions Planning Board reserves i. Minimum 50’ from FURTHER RESOLVED, LIMA - Fire & Smoke Detec- from Business District and associated with TC #3428 the right to further limit or northern property line that the Secretary of the Fire tion Equipment Maintenance Downtown Development shall be granted as part of shield lighting ﬁxtures if ii. Minimum 25’ from District shall, within ten work- and Service District to all Downtown this application. All deed it is determined that light Park Avenue. Three ing days of the adoption of this Description Development District along covenants and restrictions is not being contained on parallel on-street resolution, publish a notice The Contract is to provide for with a modiﬁcation of deed associated with TC #3428 the subject property. The parking stalls on within the ofﬁcial newspaper the annual testing and repair covenants and restrictions and all prior Town Board Planning Board reserves Park Avenue shall of the Fire District setting services of the Long Island associated with TC 3428 imposed deed covenants the sole responsibility of be constructed by forth the date of adoption and MacArthur Airport Fire & in order to construct 40 shall be deemed null and determining if lighting is the applicant/owner resolution and abstract of the Smoke Detection Equipment units of affordable housing. void and shall be replaced properly contained on the adjacent to the subject resolution concisely stating for the main terminal building Site plan modiﬁcations are with these. subject property. property for public use the purpose and effect thereof located at 100 Arrival Avenue, also requested as part of 3. One hundred percent of the 8. Outdoor storage, sales iii. Minimum 18’ from and that the resolution was ad- Ronkonkoma, New York, this application. Property units shall be set aside as and display, with the Mechanicsville Road. A opted subject to a Permissive 11779. located in the Bay Shore affordable units, with 20 of exception of holiday or minimum of six parallel Referendum. The Information for Bidders, Union Free School District the units to be sold at 80% seasonal display, shall be on-street parking stalls Dated: October 26th, 2010 Form of Bid Bond, Form of and located on the North median HUD guidelines prohibited. on the south side of BY ORDER OF THE BOARD Contract, and Speciﬁcations side of Mechanicsville Road and 20 of the units to be 9. Loitering shall be Mechanicsville Road OF FIRE may be obtained on or after between Park Avenue and sold at 120% median HUD prohibited on the subject shall be provided for COMMISSIONERS OF THE Wednesday, September 22, Fourth Avenue, Bay Shore, guidelines. parcel. If the Planning public use. SAYVILLE FIRE DISTRICT 2010 during regular business Town of Islip, Suffolk County, 4. Prior to the sale of any lots/ Board determines, after iv. Minimum 15’ from Town of Islip, hours from: New York also known as units or the issuance of a reasonable notice to the Fourth Avenue. Eight Suffolk County, NY The Ofﬁce of Commissioner SCTM#0500-393.00-02.00118.2. Certiﬁcate of Occupancy, applicant, that adequate parallel on-street ________________________ Department of Aviation & A public hearing of there shall exist in security is not being parking stalls shall be By: Donald J. Corkery, Transportation which was held on May 25, accordance with the provided on site at all provided within the Chairman Long Island MacArthur Air- 2010 and after determining that general laws of the State of times, then the applicant/ existing Fourth Avenue Donald R. Hodgkinson, port there would be no signiﬁcant New York an Association owner agrees to provide right-of-way. Secretary 100 Arrival Avenue, Ronkonk- adverse environmental of Homeowners that shall adequate security to 5. A parking relaxation SCN, 34132, 11/11 oma, New York 11779 impact, be and the same is consist of all property the Planning Board’s is granted as part Each bid must be accompanied hereby granted and described owners. Each dwelling satisfaction. Applicant/ of this application. ADVERTISEMENT by a certiﬁed check payable to as follows: unit owner(s), by virtue Owner agrees to install Total on-site parking FOR BIDS the Town of Islip or accept- METES AND of his/her/their holding of fencing, lighting, and/or including driveway NOTICE TO BIDDERS able bid bond in the amount of BOUNDS a unit shall be a member contract with a private stall space shall include PLEASE TAKE NOTE that not less than ten percent (10%) DESCRIPTION of the said Association security company and/or a minimum of 49 stalls. SEALED PROPOSALS shall of the total (three year) bid. All that certain plot, piece and shall hold (or share) take other appropriate 6. Any proposed be received and must be The Town Board reserves the or parcel of land situated, one membership for measures at the direction garbage dumpster stamped by the Department right to reject any and all bids lying and being in Bay each unit so owned, and of and with the approval of shall be located at the of Purchase, Town of Islip, at in whole or part, to waive any Shore, Town of shall be bound by the by- the Planning Board in order direction of the Town its ofﬁce located at 40 Nassau informality in any and all bids, Islip, Suffolk County and laws of said Association; to ensure compliance with Engineer and shall Avenue, Islip, New York not and to accept the bid or part State of New York known all unit owners shall this requirement. be enclosed within later than 11:00 a.m. (prevail- thereof, which it deems most and designated as Lots 116 be obligated to pay the 10. Prior to the issuance of a decorative or split ing time) on NOV. 24, 2010, favorable to the Town. No bid & 118.1 common charges assessed any building permits or faced concrete block following which time they will shall be withdrawn for a pe- Block 2 Section 393 District by the Association. Certiﬁcates of Occupancy, enclosure with opaque be publicly opened and read riod of forty-ﬁve (45) days af- 0500 Suffolk County Tax The Association of there shall be submitted to gates. Dumpsters and the contract awarded as ter being publicly opened and Map and more particularly Homeowners shall provide the Town of Islip Planning shall be emptied on soon thereafter as practicable read. In the event bids are re- bounded for supervision, restoration Department for review a regular basis to for Contract No. DPW 10-2010, jected or no bids are received, and described as follows: and maintenance of the and subject to approval prevent overﬂow. MODERNIZATION OF GUIDE the Town Clerk is authorized BEGINNING at a point common areas and roadway the following items. The Multiple tenants within RAIL. to re-advertise for bids upon on the East side of Park system. All responsible approved site plan shall the building shall The Information for Bidders, direction of the Town Board. Avenue 737.80 feet South areas shall be indicated supercede this plan for the be required to use a Form of Bid Bond, Form of Attention of bidders is par- of the intersection on the subdivision plan purposes of regulating the common dumpster Contract, Speciﬁcations and ticularly called to the require- formed by the East side of submitted to the Islip subject property. and shall not cause Plans may be obtained from ments as to conditions of em- Park Avenue and the South Planning Board. a. Exterior additional, multiple the Department of Public ployment to be observed and side of Union Avenue The Association of architectural drawings dumpsters to be located Works, 401 Main Street, Room the minimum wage rates to be RUNNING THENCE the Homeowners shall of all proposed buildings on the subject property 204, Islip, New York during paid under the contract. following 4 courses and be responsible for all and structures within the that are not enclosed in regular business hours (8:30 A site survey is scheduled distances maintenance and repair play area on the north an approved location a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Fri- for Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010 at North 49º 51’ 40” East associated with the side of the site. Planning and as described day) upon payment of Fifty 10:00 A.M. to review the equip- 164.57 feet common area and all Department shall review above. The subject site Dollars ($50) certiﬁed check ment listed in Schedule A of South 44º 02’ 47” East 50.54 landscaping improvements said drawings for overall shall be maintained in or money order, for each set. the Contract. feet on the subject property design, color, materials, a neat, clean, and litter The $50 fee is non-refundable. BY ORDER OF THE TOWN South 43º 53’ 47” East 30.16 in accordance with the and design and location of Please turn to next page November 11, 2010 - THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS 17 Public Notices The Suffolk County News free condition. right shall be effectual the Town Hall, 655 Main Street, and to leave deck having NY (0500-293.00-01.00- Cedar Court, Kismet, Fire 7. The site plan shall and may be exercised Islip, NY on the following rear yard of 6.9 feet instead 072.000) Island, NY (0500-491.00- be designed to provide without the consent of any applications at the times listed of required 10 feet, Res. Adjourned from October 19, 02.00-069.000) adequate ﬁre and/or adjacent owners or other or as soon thereafter as they B District, west side of 2010 7:00 p.m. –LINDSAY DE FOUW emergency vehicle owners or lienors of any may be reached. At such time Fairway Drive East (#18), 7:00 p.m. -LONG ISLAND and MAXIMILIAN ZEC access including but other property. all interested parties will be 155.8 feet south of Puritan YOUTH MENTORING, - permission to erect two not limited to: ﬁre 16. Applicant shall execute given an opportunity to be Road, Sayville, NY (0500- INC. - permission to erect story addition (5.8’ x 12.4’) hydrant location, water and deliver to the Town heard. 408.00-07.00-037.000) 6 foot fence on property and second story addition main location, sufﬁcient Attorney, in a form and Dated: November 2, 2010 6:30 p.m. –MARK S. and line not having required (36.1’ x 44.3’ Irrg.) leaving cul-de-sac radius, etc. substance acceptable Islip, NY JESSICA CHARVAT - setback of 15 feet, Res. side yard of 8.3 feet instead The access point(s) to the Town Attorney, William. D. Wexler, Chairman permission to install A District, north side of of required 14 feet, leaving on Park Avenue the above-mentioned Zoning Board of Appeals inground pool leaving side McNair Street (#153), ﬂoor area ratio of 29.3% and Fourth Avenue covenants and restrictions. 6.30 p.m. -CARLOS and DORA yard of 6 feet, rear yard of 173.49 feet west of Nimitz instead of permitted 25%, shall be designed at Following approval CRUZ - permission to use 10 feet instead of required Avenue, Brentwood, Res. A District, west side the direction of the of such declaration of dwelling for two family, 14 feet each, to leave NY (0500-114.00-03.00- of Yuma Lane (#44), 300 Fire Marshal so that covenants and restrictions family use only pursuant awning having rear yard of 090.000) feet north of Wyandotte emergency vehicles by the Town Attorney, to Islip Town Code Section 13.5 feet instead of required 7:00 p.m. -ROBIN PHAGOO - Lane, East Islip, NY (0500- can enter and exit the said instrument shall be 68-419.1, Res. A District, 25 feet and to leave shed permission to leave patio 373.00-02.00-077.000) subject property. recorded in the Suffolk east side of Helmig Street having side yard of 2.4 feet having side yard of 2.8 7:00 p.m. -CAROL DUCK - The Planning Board reserves County Clerk’s Ofﬁce by (#134), 117.5 feet north of instead of required 4 feet, feet instead of required permission to subdivide the right to modify any site the Town at the Applicant’s Bert Court, Brentwood, Res. A District, north side 6 feet and having rear lot into two parcels: Parcel plan requirements with the expense. NY (0500-203.00-03.00- of Alexander Drive (#9), yard occupancy of 53.73% 1 - to leave dwelling on consent of the applicant/own- This change of zone is to 003.003) 87.55 feet east of Grenadier instead of permitted 25%, lot having area of 17,449 er after due public hearing. become effective on and after 6.30 p.m. -LEE SOOK KIM Lane, East Islip, NY (0500- to leave retaining wall s.f. instead of required 11. All plantings shall November 21, 2010. - permission to leave 426.00-04.00-031.000) on side yard property 24,576 s.f., having a yield be maintained to the Dated: October 27, 2010 platform having front 6:30 p.m. –RUSSELL G. line not having required of 0.71 instead of 1; Parcel satisfaction of the Planning Islip, New York yard of 33.4 feet instead of DIETZ II and ROSANNE setback of 6.16 feet, to 2 - to erect dwelling in Board and all plant TOWN BOARD, required 40 feet and to use M. DIETZ -permission to leave accessory structure conforming location on lot material shall be kept in TOWN OF ISLIP dwelling for two-family, leave shed having side yard having side yard of 2.8 feet having area of 17,848 s.f. a healthy well maintained BY: Regina V. Duffy, family use only pursuant of 3.8 feet, rear yard of 2.9 instead of required 4 feet instead of required 31,871 condition. The subject Town Clerk to Islip Town Code Section feet instead of required and to establish accessory s.f., having a yield of 0.56 property shall also be kept SCN, 34136, 11/11 68-419.1, Res. A District, 4 feet each, leaving ﬂoor apartment pursuant to instead of 1; proposed clean of litter and debris west side of Walter Avenue area ratio of 27% instead Islip Town Code Section subdivision having overall at all times. The Planning NOTICE OF SALE (#182), 172.5 feet north of of permitted 25% and to 68-602, Res. A District, yield of 1.27 instead of Board shall be solely SUPREME COURT: COUNTY Nelson Street, Hauppauge, erect above-ground pool south side of Woodland required 2, Res. B District, responsible for parking OF SUFFOLK - WELLS FARGO NY (0500-007.00-01.00- leaving rear yard of 5 feet Avenue (#64), 325 feet northeast corner of Lagoon stalls on Park Avenue BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE 019.001) instead of required 14 feet, west of Propect Street, place (#1) and Mofﬁtt shall be constructed by the FOR 6.30 p.m. -RAYMOND and Res. A District, east side Central Islip, NY (0500- Boulevard, East Islip, applicant/owner adjacent OPTION ONE MORTGAGE ERIKA SKROCKI - of Cedar Avenue (#37), 101.00-02.00-003.000) NY (0500-320.00-04.00- to the subject property for LOAN TRUST 2006-3 ASSET- permission to leave above- 519 feet south of Montauk Adjourned from October 26, 026.000) public use. BACKED CERTIFICATES, ground pool having side Highway, Islip, NY (0500- 2010 7:00 p.m. -ALAN J. LAWRENCE, 12. Except as provided herein, SERIES yard of 15.97 feet instead 396.00-02.00-054.000) 7:00 p.m. -JOSE A. and TRUSTEE, OF THE ALAN applicant/owner agrees to 2006-3, Plaintiff, AGAINST of required 18 feet, Res. 7:00 p.m. –ROBERT and NANETTE G. RAMOS - J. LAWRENCE LIVING comply in all respects with ANGEL BORJAS, IF LIVING, AA District, north side of GRACE KELLER - permission to erect second TRUST - permission to the Subdivision and Land AND IF HE BE DEAD, ANY Cedarhurst Street (#389), permission to leave hot story addition (389 sq. feet) leave second story deck Development Regulations AND ALL PERSONS WHO 400 feet east of East tub having side yard of 12.5 having side yards of 7.3 to guesthouse expanding and the Islip Town Code. ARE SPOUSES, WIDOWS, Montauk Avenue, Islip feet instead of required 14 feet and 12.2 feet instead nonconforming use by less 13. Applicant/owner agrees to GRANTEES, MORTGAGEES, Terrace, NY (0500-209.00- feet and to erect 6 foot of required 14 feet each, than 25%, to leave pond provide and install, at the LIENORS, 03.00-021.000) fence on property line total side yards of 19.5 feet having side yard of 4.25 sole cost of the applicant/ HEIRS, DEVISEES, 6.30 p.m. –CODY J. and (through lot) not having instead of required 28 feet, feet instead of required 4 owner, any on-site and/or DISTRIBUTEES OR BRIDGET M. BAKER - required setback of 15 feet, to leave roofed-over porch feet and to leave driveway offsite trafﬁc and roadway SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST permission to leave shed Res. A District, east side having side yard of 12.2 having side yard of 0.1 improvements, including OF SAID DECEDENT, and to erect addition (6’ of Sandra Avenue (#799), feet instead of required 14 feet instead of required 4 drainage improvements as ALL OF WHOM AND WHOSE x 10.5’) to shed leaving 750 feet south of West feet, all having ﬂoor area feet, Res. A District, west needed. Said improvements NAMES AND PLACES OF existing side yard of 8.1 4th Street, (through lot to ratio of 30.5% instead of side of Shore Lane (#42) shall be considered RESIDENCE ARE UNKNOWN feet instead of required 10 Robert Moses Causeway), permitted 25%, to leave 1,000.37 feet south of mitigation for the TO feet, Res. BAA District, east West Islip. NY (0500- cellar entrance having side South Country Road, Bay proposed project and shall PLAINTIFF; PETRONA side of West Lighthouse 389.00-04.00-052.000) yard of 2.8 feet instead of Shore, NY (0500-419.00- be subject to the request, FIGUEROA; ANGEL BORJAS Walk (#47), 140 feet north 7.00 p .m. -LOUIS ROSSI - required 14 feet and to leave 04.00-049.000) review, satisfaction, and A/K/A AMADEO BORJAS A/K/ of Cedar Court, Kismet, permission to erect second patio on side yard property Adjourned from October 26, approval of the Planning A JOSE Fire Island, NY (0500- story addition (24.4’ x line having side yard of 2.8 2010 Board. This requirement ALAS A/K/A JOSE PEREZ A/ 491.00-02.00-012.000) 43.5’) leaving second front feet instead of required 7:30 p.m. -BARRY S. shall include dedication K/A JOSE VARJAS, IF LIVING, 6:30 p.m. -PETER DI GUARDIA yard of 13.85 feet instead 4 feet each, having rear and CHRISTINE M. of land to the Town of AND IF SHE BE DEAD, ANY - permission to leave pool of required 50 feet and side yard occupancy of 65.5% ROSENBLUM - permission Islip where necessary to AND ALL PERSONS WHO patio on side property line yard of 5.45 feet instead of instead of permitted 25%, to erect two-story dwelling construct viable on-street ARE SPOUSES, WIDOWS, and having rear yard of 5 required 25 feet, to leave Res. B District, east side of leaving side yard of 9.5 feet public parking. Off-site GRANTEES, MORTGAGEES, feet instead of required second story deck having Parkway Boulevard (#43), instead of required 10 feet, parking improvements LIENORS, 6 feet each and to leave second front yard of 16.25 80 feet south of Seneca total side yards of 19.5 feet shall also be subject to the HEIRS, DEVISEES, shed having on side and feet instead of required Street, Ronkonkoma, instead of required 25 feet, review and approval of the DISTRIBUTEES OR rear property lines, not 50 feet and to erect shed NY (0500-020.00-05.00- rear yard of 15 feet instead Division of Trafﬁc Safety. SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST having required setback leaving second front 013.000) of required 25 feet and 14. All required permits, plan OF SAID DECEDENT, of 4 feet each, Res. B yard of 51 feet instead 7:00 p.m. -BRAD VASSALLO height of 30 feet instead of submissions, and physical ALL OF WHOM AND WHOSE District, northwest corner of required 55 feet, Res. and GINA TUCKER - permitted 28 feet, leaving property improvements NAMES AND PLACES OF of Mollie Boulevard (#383) AAA District, northeast permission to erect 2 story ﬂoor area ratio of 56.5% described herein shall be RESIDENCE ARE UNKNOWN and Hummell Avenue, corner of Woodcrest Drive addition and second story instead of permitted 30%, completed by April 30, 2012. TO Holbrook, NY (0500-129.00- (#17) and Fairview Place, addition leaving front Res. BAA District, west Applicant/owner further PLAINTIFF;, Defendant(s). 02.00-114.000) Hauppauge, NY (0500- yard of 21 feet instead of side of West Lighthouse agrees to permanently Pursuant to a judgment of 6:30 p.m. –PATRICIA CICILEO 013.00-02.00-003.000) required 25 feet, second Walk (#100), 360 feet north maintain all improvements foreclosure and sale - permission to erect 7.00 p .m. –CHRISTOPHER A. front yard of 9 feet instead of Maple Court, Kismet, and landscaping to the duly dated 4/13/2010, I, the second story addition and GINA CACOPERDO of required 15 feet and Fire Island, NY (0500- satisfaction of the Planning undersigned Referee will sell (32.3’ x 47.4’) leaving side - permission to leave shed, height of 30 feet (as per 491.00-01.00-008.000) Board. If the applicant at public auction yard of 13. 7 feet instead having ﬂoor area ratio of FEMA), to erect second SCN, 34138, 11/11 fails to comply with this at the Islip Town Hall 655 of required 14 feet and 25.9% instead of permitted story deck leaving front restriction then the Town Main Street Islip, NY 11751, total side yards of 27.6 25%, to leave pool patio yard of 9 feet instead of Notice of Formation of 199 Board reserves the right, New York, on feet instead of required 28 on side yard property line required 25 feet and deck Islip Avenue LLC after due public hearing, 12/9/2010 at 10:00 AM, feet, Res. A District, west having rear yard of 4 feet leaving front yard of 9 feet Articles of Organization ﬁled to revert the zoning of the premises known as 167 side of Quintuck Lane instead of required 6 feet instead of required 15 feet, with the SSNY on 10/28/10. subject property, rescind Woodland Avenue, CENTRAL (#18), 398.21 feet south each, to leave wall on side to erect shed leaving rear Ofﬁce located in Suffolk any special permit(s) and ISLIP, of Gwendolyn Place, East and rear property lines yard of 7.7 feet instead County. SSNY has been approvals on the subject NY 11722. All that certain plot Islip, NY (0500-399.00- not having setbacks of 4 of required 10 feet and designated for service of property, or revoke the piece or parcel of land, with 04.00-012.000) feet each, all having rear second front yard of 3.9 process. SSNY shall mail copy property’s Certiﬁcate of the buildings 6:30 p.m. –CATHERINE yard occupancy of 32.4% feet instead of required 30 of any process served against Occupancy. The applicant/ and improvements thereon BRENNAN - permission instead of permitted 25%, feet, all having ﬂoor area the LLC to 8 Richmond Street, owner shall waive any erected, situate, lying and to erect one story addition Res. B District, north side ratio of 76.3% instead of Islip, NY 11751. Purpose: any right to non-conformity in being in the Town of connecting dwe1ling to of Cleveland Street (#83), permitted 30%, Res. BAA lawful purpose. the event that any of the ISLIP, County of Suffolk and detached garage leaving 375 feet east of Chicago District, northwest corner SCN, 34139, 11/11, 18, 25- above Town Board actions State of New York, Section, side yard of 12.05 feet Avenue, Bay Shore, of Pine Street (#66) and 12/2, 9, 16 are taken. Block and Lot: instead of required 14 feet 15. The above-mentioned Section 101 Block 1 Lot 7. and total side yards of 22.13 covenants and restrictions Approximate amount of feet instead of required 28 shall be and constitute real judgment $404,393.50 plus feet, Res. A District, north Bridge the College Funding Gap covenants running with the land and shall be binding interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to side of Second Avenue (#4), 238.60 feet east of with NYHELPs With NYHELPs, students who are upon the Declarant and any provisions of ﬁled Carleton Avenue, Central New York State residents (or have and all subsequent owners Judgment Index #08-01043. Islip, NY (0500-120.00- parents, guardians or sponsors who are) of the said real property or Jane E. Conway, Referee, 04.00-010.000) and attend participating New York any part thereof, and upon SHAPIRO, DICARO & 6:30 p.m. –ROBERT MOSES their heirs, executors, and BARAK, - permission to erect one colleges now have access to a fixed-rate administrators (or their LLP, Attorney for Plaintiff story, two story, 2 second education loan. successors and assignees) 250 Mile Crossing Boulevard, story additions and to subject, however, to the Rochester, NY reconstruct garage roof NYHELPs gives students and families right of the Town of Islip 14624 Dated: 11/1/2010 leaving side yard of 7.5 feet after a public hearing to SCN, 34137, 11/11, 18, 25 instead of required 14 feet, a low-cost way to fill the gap between amend, alter, annul or - 12/2 total side yards of 25.9 feet college costs and available student aid. repeal any or all of the instead of required 28 feet; foregoing covenants and PUBLIC NOTICE to leave shed having side /or restrictions at any time NOTICE IS HEREBY yard of 2.5 feet, rear yard of with the consent of the GIVEN that the Zoning Board 2.4 feet instead of required For more information and to learn owner or owners for the of Appeals of the Town of Islip 4 feet each, all having if your college participates, time being of the premises will hold a public hearing on ﬂoor area ratio of 38.56% go to HESC.org/NYHELPs herein described, and such Monday, November 15, 2010 at instead of permitted 25%; 18 THE SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS - November 11, 2010 TO PLACE AN AD CALL 631-475-1000 OR 631-589-6200 LONG ISLAND ADVANCE LINE AD RATES Personal Ads BOX AD RATES 1 col. x1” ads SUFFOLK COUNTY NEWS 3 Lines....$21.00 4 Lines....$25.50 start at $38 ISLIP BULLETIN 5 Lines....$30.00 6 Lines....$34.50 2 col. x 2” start at $105 All classiﬁed ads go in our h d b three newspapers and on our Web sites FREE! $50 and Under Ads One week for any one item for sale under $50. 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And just recently, he found out that all of that hard work was well worth the effort, after learning he was accepted to Princeton University. “I couldn’t believe it,” Leshinger said about his admission to the prestigious Ivy League school. “I haven’t yet grasped it. . . hasn’t hit me, but I am really excited,” he noted. Leshinger said his parents were pretty excited to hear about it, too. “My mom started screaming. They are just both very proud,” he added. Although he kept up his grades, wrestling wasn’t the sport he had planned on pursuing. Leshinger liked soccer. “I played it all my life,” he said. But in 7th grade, he decided to take on a bet that was presented to him, one that would prove to him that wrestling was a much tougher workout than soccer. “I had to see if that was true,” Leshinger said. “And it was.” He noted that he was immediately drawn to the difficult aspect of the sport. “The more you put into it, the more you get out of it,” he said. And, while he enjoys the individual contest, he also likes being a part of a team. Leshinger lost out on wrestling in the 8th grade due to an injury, but came back strong in high school the following year, gradually improving his strength and skill. then became a goal for me to keep up my accepted to Princeton to wrestle is a big forward to the experience of being at Last year, wrestling at 140 pounds, he grades and put myself in a better position,” deal. “It’s a dream come true for him and Princeton and the life-changing aspect of was named All-County. He will wrestle he said. it’s well deserved,” he said. being a graduate of that school. this year at 145, hoping to improve on last Leshinger said Princeton was his first “Steven is one of the hardest-working His situation is one that can no doubt year’s performance with one of his favorite choice because he liked the campus, the [students] on the team. He’s driven [in the be a lesson for others. Leshinger said were moves, the “sweep single.” “It’s my big wrestling coach there and the kids on the sport] and works hard in academics, too. he to offer advice to his peers, it would be takedown on offense,” he said. team. “Their [wrestling] program is on the He’s a very dedicated and focused young this: “Whatever it is you’re doing, put all The idea of wrestling at an Ivy League rise,” he added. man,” Pesko added. of your effort into it and work as hard as college never occurred to him, though, Gary Pesko, the head wrestling coach Although he’s not sure of his college you can.” until his coach presented the option. “It at Sayville High School, said that being major just yet, Leshinger said he’s looking Congratulations Brian and Dan! You are the Athletes of the Week! Bayport Blue Point PHANTOMS ATHLETE of the WEEK Dan had 3 saves in goal and also scored a goal in a 3-0 win over Islip. The win was Coach Val Winter’s 200th in his career Juliana Barasso Field Hockey Sophomore - Juliana Barasso. In last week’s playoff loss to SWR, Barasso had 15 saves and finished the season Brian had 13 saves in goal for a with a total of 63 saves to lead the shutout tie with Mattituck in a Phantoms to their second consecutive non-league game. playoff appearance.