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 Builder of homes
 Fire Island ultra-custom luxury homebuilder, Sam Wood, celebrated his 50th birthday recently, but instead of receiving gifts he asked that his 200 guests donate his birthday
 money to Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk so that working families in need can benefit from homeownership. Wood (right) gives a check for $15,000 to Les Scheinfeld, associate
 director of Development for Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk. Wood’s company specializes in luxury waterfront homes and also donates to ReStore, a recycling center operated
 by Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk. Building materials that are donated are sold to the public at a fraction of their cost. The money is then recycled into Habitat’s building
 program. Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk is a nonprofit, Christian housing ministry dedicated to building decent, affordable housing in partnership with low-income working
 families in Suffolk County. Since 1987, Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk has helped to house 135 families. For more information, visit www.habitatsuffolk.org.




 An historical and cultural waterfront park
                                                        Project to restore Old Mill Pond Park begins
                  By EMILY PORTOGHESE                            their catches cold.                                             trees were recently planted along Homan Avenue and
                                                                   Access to the Ice House should be available when the          lampposts that lead to an overlook of the Great South Bay
  BAY SHORE — The revitalization of Bay Shore contin-            project is completed, as Periconi noted some effort has         are in the process of being installed. Immediately west of
ues with a project that will both visibly and culturally im-     been made to clear the general site. Periconi said that
prove the area north of Main Street and east of Penataquit       when the site is completed it will be almost as if there was                                   See MILL POND on page 6
Creek, by recreating the historic Old Mill Pond Park.            an archeological dig on the site.
  Though many years in the making, the driving force be-           “When we dig the pond we’re hoping to find Native Amer-
hind this project is the Chamber of Commerce of Greater          ican artifacts and other traces of habitation,” she said, and
Bay Shore and the Bay Shore Business Improvement Dis-            added that there is an old millstone in the creek, which
trict (BID).                                                     the chamber thinks may have been present for more than
  The location for the restoration of this piece of history is   100 years. This rediscovered millstone would be displayed
set for the eastern end of Main Street opposite Homan Av-        within the proposed park.
enue, noted Chamber President Donna Periconi. Old Mill             This Old Mill Pond Park project will be the last item to
Pond Park contained the Ice House, which was the source          be completed as part of a three-point project, Periconi
of summer supply of ice for fishermen who needed to keep          noted. In addition to the proposed park, cherry blossom                              WEEKLY PERIODICAL
2 ISLIP BULLETIN - January 14, 2010



   Inside
  Police Blotter ...................... 4
                                                                                                           COMMUNITY NEWS
  Op-Ed ................................... 7
  Editorial............................... 8          In Service
                                                        Air Force Airman Trevor Ruiz, son of
  Around Town ....................... 9               Victor and Myra Ruiz of Bay Shore, has
                                                      graduated from basic military training at
  Dining & Entertainment ...10                        Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. Ruiz is a
                                                      2009 graduate of Bay Shore High School.
  Obituaries..........................13
  Public Notices ...................14
                                                      In College
                                                        Kevin Bell of Islip (communication me-
                                                      dia) and Rachel Williams of East Islip
  Classifieds.........................18              (journalism), have recently received under-
                                                      graduate degrees from the State University
  Sports ................................20           of New York at New Paltz.
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    Briefs
Stuff a bus
  FIRE ISLAND — Each year, stu-
dents, staff and the community of
Woodhull Elementary School partici-
pate in a food drive this holiday season.
This year’s theme was “Stuff a Bus.”
  The old saying, “It starts at home,” re-
ally exemplifies the generosity and kind-
ness that was exhibited at Woodhull. The
school was able to collect six huge box-
es of food that were delivered to Long Is-
land Cares Inc., The Harry Chapin Food
Bank, which responds to the immediate
needs of hungry Long Islanders.
  As part of the Health Education unit
on nutrition, the fourth- and fifth-grade
students helped box the food into the
different food group categories. This
reinforcement activity initiated discus-
sions on different diets and how people
can create a healthy meal using the vari-
ous food groups.

Sentence entered
  RIVERHEAD — Islip Terrace resi-
dent and Islip Town worker Michael
Tommossone, who was suspended
without pay, was sentenced by Judge
John Iliou to 21 hours of community
service and a two-year stay away order
of protection. The District Attorney’s
office asked for a $250 fine.
  The community service will be deter-
                                                                                Islip-based Cub Scout Pack 370 fundraised and assisted families in need throughout the past holiday season. Pack members Ben Meyer,
mined ultimately by Judge Iliou. For
                                                                                P.J. Pollina, Jacob Clock, Tim Ginnegar, Jack Needham and Peter Leonard are pictured with County Legislator Tom Cilmi (R-Bay Shore).
now, he directed Tommossone to find a                                                                                                                                                           Photo courtesy of Kurt Nilsen
non-profit organization that would ben-
efit from his carpentry skills.
  The stay away order of protection also
includes language that allows the defen-
dant to be present on town property and
town facilities (given the defendant and
                                                                                   Civic leadership; acting like
the victim are employed by the town).
Tommossone was found guilty of second-
degree harassment of Islip Town DPW
Commissioner Rich Baker last month.
                                                                                           Santa Claus
                                                                                             Cub Scout Pack 370 donates food, gifts and time to community
Service honored                                                                                                                 opted families, which yielded an awesome        was adopted and an extra crate of food was
                                                                                          By EMILY PORTOGHESE
  ISLIP — American Legion Rusy-Bohm                                                                                             Thanksgiving for those people. Nilsen said      donated to the church’s food pantry.
Post No. 411 and other Legion officials                                                                                          the members of the pack were proud of             Pack 370 is divided into dens (1 to 10),
                                                                                  ISLIP — It was a busy holiday season
honored several fire and police for their                                                                                        themselves and the families who received        with each den having five to10 Scouts and
                                                                                for Cub Scout Pack 370 of Commack Road
service, including Third Precinct Police                                                                                        the food were extremely grateful.               its own leader who guides them. Jack, of
                                                                                Elementary School in the Islip School Dis-
Officers William Berhalter and Keith                                                                                               There was a such a good turnout for           Den 2, noted it was nice to help out the
                                                                                trict, which made the season brighter for
Serber, Suffolk County Deputy Sheriff                                                                                           Thanksgiving that the pack decided to hold      families. “It was cool to see all the stuff
                                                                                those in need in their community by col-
Jason Korte, Suffolk County Corrections                                                                                         two food drives for Christmas; one at Stop      that we were able to get for the families,”
                                                                                lecting food and gifts for donation.
Officer Doug Williams, Islip Terrace Fire                                                                                        & Shop and the second at Shop Rite in Bay       he said.
                                                                                  Kurt Nilsen, assistant Cubmaster of Pack
Department First. Lt. Tom Connors, Islip                                                                                        Shore, both of which took place in the rain,      Donations were not carelessly handed
                                                                                370 for two years, noted the group of 69
Terrace Fireman Eric Sorvito and Islip                                                                                          Nilsen noted.                                   out though; Nilsen noted that many of the
                                                                                boys, aged seven through 10, put forth a
Fire Department Capt. Anthony Pizzo.                                                                                              “The biggest thing is we wanted to give       people who ended up donating food or
                                                                                great effort in participating in several food
                                                                                drives and events recently.                     back to the community,” Nilsen said. “A lot     money asked the Scouts what the money
Calling 2-1-1                                                                     Through St. Patrick’s Church in Bay           of people are having hard times.”               would go towards and he said the boys did
  ALBANY — If one needs information                                             Shore, the pack adopted three families that       More of the Pack got involved with the        a great job of explaining the situation to
on a broad array of topics, then dialing                                        were in need. The pack started out with         Christmas drives, which were also lucrative
2-1-1 should be the call to make. There                                         a food drive at Stop & Shop in Bay Shore        in terms of food and money. The Pack even
were 2.26 million calls to 2-1-1, an eas-                                       to collect Thanksgiving food for their ad-      collected enough food so a fourth family           See CUB SCOUT PACK 370 on page 10
ily remembered number to call for help
with health and human services, from
January through October of this year,
a 50 percent increase over the number                                                                                                                                      Donation
of calls for the same period in 2008.
Seventy-eight percent of the 2009 calls                                                                                                                                    thank-you
relate to these service needs: consumer                                                                                                                                      Town Clerk Regina Duffy (left) and Women
services, basic needs, income support                                                                                                                                      Of Substance Founder Rev. Mary Elberfeld
and employment, criminal justice and                                                                                                                                       (right) were thrilled to be able to supply local
legal services, and health care. ■                                                                                                                                         shelters for domestic violence and abuse suf-
                       — Jeffrey Bessen                                                                                                                                    ferers with warm outer clothing, blankets and
                                                                                                                                                                           more thanks to an outstanding response from
It’s Easy To Reach Us!                                                                                                                                                     generous area residents.
The telephone number of                                                                                                                                                      The drive is still actively taking place and
The Islip Bulletin is                                                                                                                                                      donations of warm clothing for men, women
                                                                                                                                                                           and children—including coats, sweaters,
589-6200                                                                                                                                                                   snowsuits, hats, scarves, gloves and mittens—
                                                                                                                                                                           should continue to be dropped off at the Town
We have an automated system with most
employees having an extension number:                                                                                                                                      Clerks Office in Islip Town Hall through Thurs-
                                                                                                                                                                           day, Jan. 14 and even longer, if necessary.
Classified Advertising ... Michael Leonardi ............ Ext. 1                                                                                                               To drop off your donation, please visit the
Display Advertising ....... Ginny LiPuma ................. Ext. 3                                                                                                          Islip Town Clerk’s Office at 655 Main Street in
Display Advertising ....... Monica Musetti-Carlin .... Ext. 2
                                                                                                                                                                           Islip hamlet between the hours of 9 a.m. and
Subscriptions/Billing .... Michael Leonardi ............ Ext. 1
Legal Notices ................ Michael Leonardi ............ Ext. 1                                                                                                        4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Editor ............................ Jeff Bessen ...................... Ext. 5                                                                                                For more information, call Pat Curci in the
Reporter ........................ Emily Portoghese ............ Ext. 4                                                                                                     Town Clerk’s Office at 224-5490. If you or any-
                                                                                                                                                                           one you know is suffering silently with domes-
Editorial e-mail: SCNIBLetter@optonline.net                                                                                                                                tic violence, please call Women of Substance
Advertising e-mail: LIAproduction@optonline.net                                                                                                                            at1-866-862-2873. ■
4 ISLIP BULLETIN - January 14, 2010



 Blotter
                                                                                                                                    GOOD
                Bay Shore
  At 11 a.m. on Jan. 7, a man reported damage
to a business property on West Main Street to
police.
  On Jan. 3 at 1 p.m., a woman notified police
                                                         At 8 a.m. on Jan. 7, a man contacted police
                                                       about graffiti damage to a property on Moffitt
                                                       Boulevard.
                                                         On Jan. 3 at 2 p.m., a woman told police about
                                                       an incident of harassment that occurred on Bit-
                                                       termint Street.
                                                                                                                                               Pets
                                                                                                                Jake, tag No. 0052, is a 3-year-old, neutered male Belgian Malinois that is
about an incident of harassment that occurred
on 21st Avenue.                                                                                               housebroken, but considered very shy, very intelligent and part of a lively
  At 12 a.m. on Jan. 3, a man informed police                       Islip Terrace                             breed that excels in an active family environment. They are identical to the
                                                                                                              Belgian sheepdog except their coat is short and mahogany in coloring.
about the assault of a person on East Main               At 6:15 p.m. on Jan. 27, a woman notified po-
Street.                                                                                                         To view other animals available for adoption at the Islip Town Animal
                                                       lice of graffiti damage to a vehicle on Fairview        Shelter, log onto www.petfinder.org. ■
  On Jan. 3 at 9 a.m., a man alerted police to graf-   Avenue.
fiti damage to a vehicle on Fifth Avenue.
  At 1:45 p.m. on Jan. 4, a woman contacted
police about an incident of harassment that oc-                  North Bay Shore
curred on Brentwood Road.                                On Jan. 3 at 10:30 a.m., a man informed police
  On Jan. 6 at 7 a.m., a man told police about         about graffiti damage to a property on East Third
items missing from a property on Kirkup Street.        Avenue.
  At 11 a.m. on Jan. 7, a person reported an in-         At 3 a.m. on Jan. 3, a person reported the as-
cident of harassment that occurred on Nugent           sault of a person on Brightshore Avenue to po-
Avenue to police.                                      lice.
  On Jan. 2 at 8 a.m., a woman contacted police
about items missing from a vehicle on Baldwin                          West Islip
Boulevard.
  At 2:45 p.m. on Jan. 6, a man notified police           On Jan 7 at 5:30 a.m., a woman reported dam-
about a female shoplifter being held in custody        age to a property on Jefferson Avenue to police.
at a business on Sunrise Highway.                        At 5:30 a.m. on Jan. 2, a man contacted police
                                                       about the arson of a property on Elward Av-
                                                       enue.
             Brightwaters                                On Jan. 3 at 10:45 p.m., a woman told police
 On Jan. 7 at 8:30 a.m., a man informed police of      about damage to a vehicle on Dubois Road.
damage to a vehicle on North Windsor Avenue.             At 12:15 p.m. on Jan. 8, a woman informed
                                                       police about an incident of harassment that oc-
                                                       curred on Lions Path.
                 East Islip                              On Jan. 4 at 8:30 a.m., a woman notified police
 At 5 p.m. on Jan. 2, a man contacted police           about items missing from a vehicle on Lawn Av-
about items missing from a property on Carleton        enue.
Avenue.                                                                                                                                                                                               JAKE
                                                                      Burglaries                                 Everyone wants a good pet/person match and there is a possibility the pets featured from
                     Islip                               At 11:45 a.m. on Jan. 6, a man reported the bur-     the Islip Town Animal Shelter in this column may already be adopted. But there are other sweet
  On Jan. 3 at 10 p.m., a man notified police about                                                            creatures just waiting for a good home. Some Islip Town Animal Shelter adoptees have even
                                                       glary of a property on West Main Street in East
damage to a vehicle on Union Boulevard.                                                                       gone on to become Sayville Pet Parade winners.
                                                       Islip to police.                                          There is a nominal adoption fee that includes a certificate for free spaying or neutering. The
  At 12 a.m. on Jan. 6, a man informed police            On Jan. 4 at 2 p.m., a man contacted police          Islip Town Animal Shelter is located at 210 South Denver Avenue in Bay Shore. For directions
about an incident of harassment on Wilson Bou-         about a burglary that occurred on Rodeo Drive          or questions, call 224-5660.
levard.                                                in Bay Shore. ■
  On Jan. 2 at 9 a.m., a man reported damage to a                     — Compiled by Emily Portoghese
vehicle on Root Avenue to police.


                                                                                                God is Welcome in Our Classrooms!
                                                                                                              Rev. Thomas Coogan, along with
                                                                                                               Principal Roseann Petruccio
                                                                                                                    and the students of

                                                                                                       St. Patrick School
                                                                                                                             Bay Shore
                                                                                                                        invite you for
                                                                                                            tours and refreshments at our annual


                                                                                                                   OPEN HOUSE
                                                                                                   Sunday, January 31, 2010
                                                                                                                  Family Mass at 9:30 am
                                                                                                                  Monsignor Purick Hall

                                                                                                                    10:30 am Open House
                                                                                         For registration information and to view our brochure, visit our website
                                                                                                     www.spsbayshore.org or call us at 631-665-0569



                                                                                            Visions of the Future ~ Values for a Lifetime
                                                                                                            ~ A Middle States Accredited School ~
                                                                                                                 Nursery through 8th Grade
                                                                                                                                                     January 14, 2010 - ISLIP BULLETIN 5



 Don’t sleep on Adopt-A-Family program
                                                New bed is a gift to grandmother and granddaughter
                    By JEFFREY BESSEN

  BAY SHORE — When the telephone rings in the small
apartment Linda Lawrence shares with her 8-year-old
granddaughter Rebecca Patel, the nearly 68-year-old
woman jumps in reaction to the misfortunes she has en-
dured.
  But when she checked the answering machine and heard
the message from Great South Bay YMCA Membership Di-
rector Tina Hardekopf that Lawrence and Patel were one
of two families the Y referred to Bay Shore-based South-
side Hospital for its Adopt-A-Family program, Lawrence
jumped for joy.
  “This was something, it was the best Christmas,” said
Lawrence, a bubbly, retired recreational therapist, who
tries to match the energy of her active and creative grand-
daughter, who was so grateful that she stopped by the hos-
pital with a package of Clementine oranges.
  “There are so many people in trouble, so helping me is so
marvelous,” said Lawrence as she detailed how Hardekopf
asked what she wanted from items ranging from a large
screen television to the Wii video game system.
  But Lawrence, a practical woman, who only wants the
best for Patel, told Hardekopf that she needed a real bed
for her granddaughter instead of the uncomfortable, day
bed that Patel, who enjoys testing guests’ math skills, was
sleeping on.
  “I said not a Wii (something Lawrence admitted she did
not even know what it is), we need a bed,” said Lawrence,
who said it is because of Hardekopf that Patel is dong so
well, taking a drama class at the Y and playing basketball.
Lawrence and Patel also received bed linens.
  Though a friendly and cheerful host—“I function look-
ing at the bright side”—Lawrence said life has not always
been so rosy. She has buried two husbands, endured a stint
on welfare and has to suffer seeing her daughter, Patel’s
                                                                  Linda Lawrence, her granddaughter Rebecca Patel and nearly 10-year-old Himalayan Persian Poshie the cat on the bed
mother, suffer constant and multiple medical problems.
                                                                  they received through the Adopt-A-Family program.                                                       IB/Bessen
  Despite her troubles, Lawrence continues to keep her
head above water and, according to Hardekopf, it was easy
for her to recommend the family for a bit of help.                Family program, where 28 families in need were referred to   stage for Patel to perform karaoke and is teaching her
  “She is the most appreciative person I have encoun-             Southside by eight different community agencies.             granddaughter how to play the guitar and piano.
tered,” Hardekopf said about Lawrence, and added that               “The employees of Southside ‘adopted’ these families and     Patel, who also plays chess and showed a guest her
their two-year relationship has been especially beneficial         bought presents for each member of these families, young     awarded chess pieces for doing so well, is also a big fan of
for Patel. “It is all for her granddaughter, who she said         and old alike,” Ed Fraser, Southside’s director of Commu-    silent screen comedy legend Charlie Chaplain, thanks to
is doing better in school, gaining confidence and having           nity Relations, said.                                        her grandmother.
great experiences.”                                                 Lawrence, a confirmed book nut, loves collecting her          The 8-year-old also possesses a keen appreciation of
  Southside Hospital partnered with the North Shore-Long          tomes, but rather than using a pair of shelves for her be-   what is important in life: “The Wii is cool, the bed is nice. I
Island Jewish Health System for the 32nd annual Adopt-A-          loved books, she attached them and created a makeshift       choose the bed, the bed is more comfortable,” she said. ■



  From Fire Island to Longfield, England
                                           Using Flat Stanley to teach social studies across the ocean
                By EMILY PORTOGHESE                             This will help the kids learn more about their com-
                                                              munity as well as teach the students over in England
   OCEAN BEACH — Karen McNulty’s first- and sec-               about Fire Island. “It’s great to be able to communicate
ond-grade classes at Woodhull Elementary School in            with other students this way,” McNulty said.
the Fire Island School District are part of a project that      “The kids are starting to learn how to e-mail and we
reaches all the way to England through a privately pub-       can post videos on the Web site so they (the students
lished Web site.                                              in England) can see us via video and learn about each
   “Flat Stanley Studies Abroad” is the title of the Web      child even more,” she added.
site, created by technology specialist Debbie Gerken            Gerken noted that this past summer she learned
of Eastern Suffolk BOCES and Woodhull, which is on            about Google Web, and created the site; in addition, she
the barrier beach.                                            created several mini Google applications, which she
   The idea for the project came out of the children’s        embedded inside the Web site to enrich the project.
book, Flat Stanley, written by Jeff Brown and illus-            The design of the Web site was created from the cur-
trated by Scott Nash. Flat Stanley tells the story of a       riculum that McNulty implemented and was designed
boy named Stanley Lambchop, who was flattened by a             to support New York State Education Department
bulletin board one night while sleeping. This character       guidelines regarding the five themes of geography. Top-
encounters many adventures while learning about the           ics include: location, place, human and environmental
world, and his method for traveling becomes the inside        interaction, movement and regions.
of an envelope.                                                 Once she outlined the project, Gerken placed two
   When a student goes on vacation with their family,         suggested activities that speak to each topic on the
they would bring Flat Stanley with them and write a           site. “I also put the state curriculum each activity was
note to share with their class upon their return from         associated with and I gave a copy of approval for Karen
Flat Stanley’s point of view, McNulty noted.                  and Marianna so teachers on both sides of the ocean
   McNulty’s idea for this project was to “teach the so-      could communicate, and have one source to gather in-
cial studies curriculum in an interesting way that moti-      formation.”
vates the students to learn about all different concepts        The Web site is being submitted to a technology com-
they have to learn about this year,” she said.                petition at the Celebration of Teaching and Learning in
   This project is made richer by the creation of the         Manhattan, where 10 projects will be acknowledged,
Web site, which provides an opportunity for students          Gerken noted. “The whole thing has really been won-
here and abroad to publish to one location. McNulty’s         derful experience,” she said. ■
class at Woodhull has communicated with Marianna’s
Sterecka’s class at the Hartley Primary School in Hart-       A student in Karen McNulty’s class drew and colored
ley, Longfield, England.                                       this picture of Flat Stanley; part of a project based on
   McNulty hopes to have each of her seven second-            the children’s book that her first- and second-grade
grade students cover seven different aspects of Fire          classes at Woodhull Elementary School in the Fire
Island, such as the Light House and the Coast Guard,          Island School District created.
and post each of those items to the Web site.                               Photo courtesy of Jennifer Kuefner, Syntax
6 ISLIP BULLETIN - January 14, 2010



   An historical and cultural waterfront park
MILL POND from page 1

Homan Avenue, Penataquit Creek Park has
already successfully been created.
  “With the Old Mill Pond Park and Penata-
quit Creek Park, tourists and residents can
enjoy an attractive setting and peruse the
history of Bay Shore,” Periconi said.
  At the Dec. 15 town board meeting, a res-
olution passed that authorized Islip’s plan-
ning department to go ahead with submis-
sion of an application for approval of the
pond construction to the New York State
Department of Environmental Conserva-
tion (DEC) Freshwater Wetlands Permit,
as this property is adjacent to Penataquit
Creek and is a freshwater wetland.
  As the landowner, Southside Hospital
must sign this application and give permis-
sion to the town to make this application
on their property. Southside has also sub-
mitted their application for approval to the
DEC, town officials said.
  Dave Genaway, deputy commissioner
of the town’s Department of Planning and
Development, noted the funding was ob-
tained from two sources: $100,000 from the
State Parks Department and $75,000 from
Suffolk County as part of the Downtown                       Above, the historic Ice House that will
Revitalization Program.                                      be renovated for the Old Mill Pond Park
  “The design is largely completed and fi-                    project near Homan Avenue in Bay Shore.
nal approvals are needed from Southside                      At right, the parcel that will be used for
and the town,” Genaway said.                                 the park.                       IB/Bessen
  This particular project involves a second
track of progress finalizing the land swap
between Southside and the town; apprais-
als for this are now underway. When this
process is completed and the necessary ap-
provals are secured, the town will put the
project out to public bid, Genaway noted.                    benches and lampposts around the pond
  Restoration of the Old Mill Pond Park                      and that in the wintertime, the pond will
will add to the historic character of Main                   freeze and people will enjoy ice-skating at
Street and create a highly visible water-                    the park. “Our objective is to have people
front park, Periconi noted, and added the                    come sit and look at the greenery; an oasis
chamber and BID are hoping to install                        from shopping,” she said. ■




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Op-Ed

       Drug reforms have drastic
       unintended consequences
                            Many pushers will get a pass from the new law
  By COUNTY EXECUTIVE STEVE LEVY and               The problem with the new law is that           So you know what they did, they created
   DISTRICT ATTORNEY THOMAS SPOTA                there is no independent verification of         the beast. The beast is coming home to
                                                 addiction by trained professionals, and        be the juggernaut … (Snicker). You know
  Lawmakers and editorial writers col-           defendants with multiple convictions are       what I’m going to do with it. They said
lectively hailed last year’s rollback of the     permitted to take advantage of its gener-      even if you have three, or four, no four or
Rockefeller Drug Laws. These laws were           ous provisions.                                five convictions, you’re still eligible for a
originally enacted as a reaction to the dev-       The diagnosis of addiction is based upon     program, and you know me, I got no sales
astation of our communities by relentless        self-reporting by defendants with a clear      on my record. All is possessions, so they
drug addiction, which often led to violent       interest in obtaining “judicial diversion”     got to give me a program. They just gave
criminal conduct by drug lords and their         rather than prosecution. The consequence       me a free-for-all. You know what that
criminal organizations.                          of this is significant; successful completion   means? I’m burning up the streets when I
  While there was merit to ending the more       of a treatment program (easy for a non ad-     go home.”
Draconian aspects of the laws, which man-        dict) can result in the complete dismissal       The streets this defendant will “burn up”
dated life sentences for some drug addicts,      of a defendant’s pending charges and the       when he goes home are in our communi-
the new laws have made it much harder            removal of up to three prior convictions       ties! The “beast” is a Teflon-coated defen-            County Executive Steve Levy
for prosecutors to get dealers off the street    from their criminal record.                    dant free to peddle poison.
and into jail where they belong.                   Dealers who in the past were sentenced         Responsible experts credit the precipi-
  In fact, the reversal has been so sweep-       to prison, away from our neighborhoods         tous drop in crime over the last 20 years      happen is a stint in rehab if you claim to
ing that non-addicted drug dealers are lin-      and kids, in our post-Rockefeller reform era   in large part to innovative law enforcement    be an addict?
ing up for treatment under the provisions        claim they are addicts and can be absolved     and increased jail time for pushers and pur-     It is especially troubling that this “reform”
of the new law, and prosecutors are power-       of not only jail time but of convictions be-   veyors of violent crime.                       comes at a time of skyrocketing heroin use
less to stop them.                               cause they allege their drug deals were a        The threat of long jail sentences led        in our suburban counties. Handcuffing
  We have no quarrel with the notion that a      means to feed their addictive habits.          many defendants, both dealers and us-          prosecutors and giving free reign to deal-
first-time, drug-addicted offender deserves         Drug dealers know this! In one inter-        ers, to provide information on suppliers       ers is not the response constituents expect
an opportunity for treatment and, if suc-        cepted telephone conversation between          higher up in the drug organization and on      or deserve.
cessful, to have his arrest and conviction       two dealers, they refer to the new law as      other criminal cases including violent bur-      The mandatory nature of the Rockefeller
removed from a criminal record.                  the “Drug Dealers Protection Law.” Their       glaries, robberies and homicides. Without      Drug Laws was extreme in many cases, but
  We also understand how difficult the road       conversation goes like this:                   the incentive to cooperate with law en-        the new law goes too far in the other di-
to recovery is and respect that “failure” is       “They can say they have a habit, that        forcement, information will dry up and         rection. State legislators must immediately
part of the treatment process and so must        they do sell drugs. And they got to prove      the drug kingpins and their associates will    evaluate the impact of the new legislation
be part of the judicial process. The system      that you make over $50,000 a year and they     continue to operate freely. Other crimes       on the ability of prosecutors to put and
must provide opportunities for treatment         said that’s hard to do with no financial re-    will not be solved. Why give information       keep drug dealers in jail. Perhaps a reform
programs to work.                                cords …                                        on other criminals if the worst that will      of the reforms is in order. ■




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            EDITORIAL                                                                       Reflections of the Past
   An historic
  responsibility
    It seem as if the future comes much fast-
  er than it did many years ago. What was
  once considered new becomes old very
  quickly. Whether it is due to rapidly chang-
  ing tastes or the mindset of a disposable
  society is a matter of debate.
    Poet and philosopher George Santayana
  is most remembered for saying: “Those
  who cannot remember the past are con-
  demned to repeat it.” And for the current
  inhabitants of the South Shore, this means
  attempting to preserve local history, not
  forgetting about the past.
    Many residents, local historical societies,
  libraries, Suffolk County and Islip Town
  have paid significant attention to the his-
  toric properties and structures that exist
  within Islip’s boundaries, from Sagtikos                        In the winter of 1971, Dan Sullivan Jr. and Doug Barrow, at left, captured the 6th annual Men’s Doubles Tourney
  Manor in West Bay Shore to the Artist Col-                      a the Bay Way Winter Tennis Club, defeating Jack Long and Harold Mollin, right, in the finals, 14-12, 6-2. In the
  ony in Oakdale.                                                 center is King Van Nostrand.
    Two different people, one a resident of Oak-
  dale and the other, the town’s planning com-
  missioner, noted that property owners have
  a responsibility to their property’s historic
  significance and are accountable to preserve
  as much of that history as possible.
                                                                                                 Port-of-Call
    So why is it difficult for landowners, es-                                       By EMILY PORTOGHESE
  pecially those of obvious historic proper-
  ties such as the Bourne Mansion in Oak-                        In the two years since I have been a reporter for The Suf-
  dale and the La Grange Inn in West Islip,                    folk County News and Islip Bulletin, I have run into sev-
                                                               eral of my old classmates (I am a Bayport-Blue Point High
  to understand that community members                         School 2003 graduate), who told me they love my articles.
  would become incensed if the property                          The praise is flattering, of course, but I was surprised to
  and structures are to be destroyed, dam-                     learn people my age actually still read newspapers in print
  aged or altered?                                             form, and local ones at that. With all the technology that is
    Now, we aware that not every property                      out there and countless Web sites covering information on
                                                               just about anything, it is comforting to know people still
  and/or building that has significant histori-                 care to inform themselves about their community.
  cal value can be preserved due to a vari-                      Although I always loved writing, it was not until nearly the
  ety of factors. However, there should be                     end of my time at SUNY Albany that I knew I wanted to have
  a review and study of these properties to                    a writing-related career; of course I envisioned myself as an
  ensure that nothing of genuine historical                    editor at a magazine post-graduation, only to discover that
                                                               rarely happens in the real world.
  value is lost.                                                 As recent as a few years ago, I had no clue who my town         thing that exists now; I would be useless without my GPS
    To demolish an old field house with a                       supervisor was and who my legislative, senatorial and con-        and cell phone, or so I think.
  condemned swimming pool might not be                         gressional representatives were, but through my job here, I          Like others, I long for a simpler time, then think about my
  a huge loss, but destroying an architectur-                  have realized the importance of knowing your local facts,         life without the technology I have grown used to and shud-
                                                               which in turn has helped me understand the larger govern-         der. All conversations with my friends are interrupted by the
  ally sound structure such as a coach house                                                                                     plethora of ring tones and various beeping sounds of our
                                                               mental workings of our nation.
  that went from housing horses to storing                       Generally speaking, I think knowledge of local politics         cells and other devices, leaving only a tiny portion of our at-
  horsepower might be a substantial loss for                   and community news is something my generation dismiss-            tention span open for other, more important things.
  community history.                                           es, thinking it has little importance. I can understand why          Listening seems to have become a thing of the past, but
    Progress must come for our society to                      people my age would think neighborhood news is dull, es-          maybe, if we shut off our cell phones for a few minutes, step
                                                               pecially with our cell phones in hand, texting, Facebooking,      away from the computer and sit down in the quiet, we may
  move forward. But we need to move ahead                                                                                        pick up the newspaper and learn something.
                                                               searching on Google; becoming accustomed to instant grati-
  in conjunction with knowing as much                          fication of all kinds, rather than waiting a week to get the          I know your attention is probably taken up by many differ-
  about the past as possible; this will help                   community scoop.                                                  ent activities at this very moment, so I thank you for getting
  guide us in the future.                                        I am not innocent of this; I can be spotted on any given        this far. Topic recommendations are welcome. Just keep in
    It is vital that landowners be cognizant                   day, texting away, logging onto Facebook multiple times and       mind that this column is a written (edited) version of my
                                                               reading online gossip magazines. As I am glued to my phone        thoughts: the world from this 24-year-old’s point of view. ■
  of what they possess and allow their his-                                                                                         The Port-of-Call column will alternate with the Movie Re-
                                                               and computer, I realize what I am doing, but feel powerless
  torically significant properties to be inven-                 to stop it. I frequently ask myself how I lived without every-    view in this space.
  toried and included in the town’s Planned
  Landmark Preservation Overlay District.
  Owning historic property comes with a re-                                  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ARE WELCOME
  sponsibility to history. ■                                     Our E-Mail address is SCNIBLetter@optonline.net                                 Deadline is 5 p.m. on Monday

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                                                                                     This Week …

   Thursday, January 14                         Senior Fitness - Simply Stronger, a fitness
                                                class for seniors, will meet on Fridays
                                                                                                JD Souther, the primary force behind
                                                                                                Eagles songs such as “The Best of My
                                                                                                                                                Mat Pilates - Come to the East Islip
                                                                                                                                                Library on Tuesdays, Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 2,
Free Community Lecture - Come to Good           from 11-11:45 a.m. at the Bay Shore-            Love” and “New Kid in Town,” will perform       9, 16 and 23 at 6:30 p.m. to learn about
Samaritan Hospital at 7 p.m. to learn           Brightwaters Library. $24 per person. Call      at the YMCA Boulton Center in Bay Shore         mat pilates. Bring your own mat and wear
about neck pain by Borimir J. Darakchiev,       665-4350 for registration information.          at 8 p.m. Tickets are $40 and are avail-        comfortable shoes. Call 581-9200 ext. 8
MD, neurosurgery. Call 376-4444 for reg-                                                        able at www.boultoncenter.org, by calling       for registration information.
istration information.                          Insight Into Current Issues - Barbara Kru-      866-811-4111 or visiting the box office at
                                                pit will discuss what the world is coming       37 West Main Street.
Acoustic Music Performances by David            to before it gets here at the Bay Shore-                                                        Wednesday, January 20
Hidalgo and Louie Perez at the YMCA             Brightwaters Library from 1-3 p.m. Call                                                         Islip Schools - The board of education
Boulton Center in Bay Shore at 8 p.m.           665-4350 for registration information.              Sunday, January 17                          will hold a business meeting and Above
Tickets are $65 and are available at www.                                                       Free Chamber Music Concerts - Fine clas-        and Beyond Recognition at the Sherwood
                                                Working With Your Digital Photos - Learn
boultoncenter.org, by calling 866-811-                                                          sical music featuring Daria Rabotkina on        Elementary School with the public session
                                                how to organize, name and save your
4111 or visiting the box office at 37 West                                                      piano at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum at        beginning at 7 p.m.
                                                pictures in this class being held at the
Main Street.                                                                                    2 p.m. Call the Islip Arts Council at 224-
                                                Bay Shore-Brightwaters Library from 10
                                                a.m. to noon. Fee: $10. Call 665-4350 for       5420 for information.                           Wednesday Afternoon at the Movies - The
Getting The Best Out Of Your Photo-                                                                                                             American Film Institute’s Top Mysteries
                                                registration information.
graphs - Photographer Bill Rudock will                                                          American Idol Sensation Bo Bice will            presents Chinatown (1974) at 2:30 p.m.
demonstrate the differences between             Night at the Races at the American              perform at the YMCA Boulton Center for          at the Bay Shore-Brightwaters Library. Call
taking a photograph and making a pho-           Legion Post 411, 39 Nassau Avenue in            the Performing Arts at 7 p.m. Tickets:          665-4350 for information.
tograph at the Bay Shore-Brightwaters           Islip. Dinner at 7 p.m., races at 8 p.m. $8     $40. Tickets are available at www.boul-
Library at 7:30 p.m. Call 665-4350 for          per person. Menu includes salad, lemon          toncenter.org, by calling 866-811-4111 or       Special Focus Bereavement Support
registration information.                       chicken, rice, vegetables, roll, beer, wine,    at the box office, 37 West Main Street in       Group - St. Mary’s Parish is offering a free
                                                soda, dessert, coffee and tea. Call 277-        Bay Shore.                                      eight-week support group for widows and
East Islip School District - The board of       8383 for information.                                                                           widowers for people in their mid-fifties
education will meet at the Early Childhood
Center on Craig B. Gariepy Avenue in Islip
                                                                                                   Monday, January 18                           and under. Group begins Jan. 20. No fee
                                                Public Enemies, rated R and starring Chris-                                                     to attend and open to people of all faiths.
Terrace. There will be a motion to open                                                         Blood Drive - AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary
                                                tian Bale and Johnny Depp, will be shown                                                        Call 581-4266 ext. 100 for registration
public session at 6 p.m., then adjourning                                                       Post 18 is holding a blood drive from
                                                at the East Islip Library at 2 p.m. Call 581-                                                   information.
to executive session and returning to gen-                                                      1:45-9:15 p.m. at 141 Carleton Avenue in
                                                9200 ext. 8 for registration information.       East Islip. For more information on eligibil-
eral session at approximately 8 p.m.                                                                                                            Free Dog Training and Education Class -
                                                                                                ity, call 1-800-688-0900.
Lights on Literature - How does Arthur
                                                   Saturday, January 16                                                                         The town of Islip offers this class to teach
                                                                                                                                                the basics of responsible dog ownership
C. Clarke’s film 2010 related to us today       Social Networking - Facebook, Twitter,          Teens Glee-a-Thon (for teens in grades 7-
                                                                                                                                                such as: training advice, puppy and dog
in 2010? Join Carolyn Agenjo and Arthur         You Tube—come to the Bay Shore-Bright-          12) will be held from 2-5 p.m. at the West
                                                                                                                                                behavior, dog park etiquette, and health
Maass for a combined film presentation/         waters Library from 10 a.m. to noon to          Islip Library. Can’t get enough of Rachel
                                                                                                                                                and well-being from 6-8 p.m. People only,
book discussion at the West Islip Library       learn what these social networking sites        and Finn? Come to the library for an after-
                                                                                                                                                no dogs. Children 10 and over are wel-
at 6:30 p.m. Call 661-7080 for registra-        are all about. Fee: $5. Call 665-4350 for       noon watching episodes of the show Glee.
                                                                                                                                                come. Call 224-5660 or e-mail nancy@
tion information.                               registration information.                       Call 661-7080 for registration information.
                                                                                                                                                longislandpetprofessionals.com for reser-
                                                Basic Electricity for the Homeowner -                                                           vation information.
Discover Music Series at the East Islip
Library at 7 p.m. featuring Michelle
                                                Review electrical safety practices, proper         Tuesday, January 19
                                                use of multimeter and how to remove and         How to Successfully Stage and Sell Your         Diabetes and You 2010, a diabetes self
LaPorte, flutist. Visit www.islipartscouncil.   replace a switch and receptacle at the                                                          management support group, will meet at
                                                                                                Home will be held from 7-9 p.m. at the
org for information.                            West Islip Library from 10 a.m. to noon.                                                        6:30 p.m. at Southside Hospital. Today’s
                                                                                                West Islip Library. Call 661-7080 for reg-
                                                There is a $5 per person fee. Call 661-         istration information.                          topic is “Do Eat This!” presented by Judy
      Friday, January 15                        7080 for registration information.                                                              Aries RD, CDE. Call Eddie Fraser at 968-
                                                                                                                                                3477 to register or call Loriann Lomnicki
Celebrate “The King’s” Birthday with The                                                        Free Orientation Session for those inter-
                                                Defensive Driving Course at the West            ested in becoming a NYS registered child        Gross at 968-3747 for more information.
Lustre Kings at the YMCA Boulton Center
                                                Islip Library from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.       day care provider through the Little Flower
in Bay Shore at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20                                                                                                             Send Around Town Submissions to:
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                                                library or visit www.wipublic.org and click     a.m. to noon at the Brentwood Library.
org, by calling 866-811-4111 or visiting                                                                                                           E-mail: LIAproduction@optonline.net
                                                on adult services. Fee: $40. Call 661-          Call 929-6200 ext. 1830 for reservations
the box office at 37 West Main Street.
                                                7080 for information.                           and information.


            Of Note …                           Bridge - All level players are welcome
                                                to come to the East Islip Library to play
                                                                                                Mahjongg - All welcome to participate at
                                                                                                the East Islip Library on Thursdays from
                                                                                                                                                 Sneaker Recycling Project - Keep Islip
                                                                                                                                                 Clean is once again collecting any brand
Take the Train to New York City - The East      Bridge on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2          10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Call 581-9200            of used sneakers which will be recycled
Islip Library is selling train tickets to NYC   p.m. Bring a deck of cards. Call 581-9200       ext. 8 for information.                          by NIKE into athletic surfaces. Sneakers
on Feb. 6 for $8 round-trip. Train leaves       ext. 8 for more information.                                                                     cannot contain metal. Drop off sneakers
from Great River and changes at Jamaica.                                                        LIMA 5K Run for Veterans - The Long              at the KIC office, 660 Main Street in Islip.
You will be issued a return ticket at the       Downloadable Media Demonstrations -             Island MacArthur Airport will host a 5K          Drive runs through January. Call 224-2627
station the morning you depart, valid for       The Bay Shore-Brightwaters Library offers       run and 1-mile walk to raise funds to help       for information.
any train out of the city that day. Call 581-   this demonstration on the downloading and       Long Island’s military veterans on June
9200 for information.                           use of electronic media the third Saturday      5. Volunteers and runners are needed.            Are You A Food Addict? Food Addicts
                                                of each month at 11 a.m. Free of charge.        Volunteers should call 615-9365 for infor-       Anonymous is not a weight-loss program
50s Dance - AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary #18,
                                                Bring your own device (i.e. computer, iPod,     mation. Runners and walkers can register         but a 12-step fellowship that believes the
141 Carleton Avenue in East Islip, will host
                                                MP3 player, eBook reader, etc.) Call 665-       at active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_            problem is bio-chemical in nature. Meet-
a 50s dance with music by Johnny Lawless
                                                4350 for information.                           id=1819311.                                      ings are held every Tuesday at 7 p.m. at
on Feb. 20 from 8 p.m. to midnight. Din-
ner, dancing, beer, wine and soda. $25                                                                                                           St. Mark’s Church on Montauk Highway in
                                                Canasta - All welcome to participate at         National Wear Red Day - The American             Islip. Visit www.FoodAddictsAnonymous.
per person in advance. $30 at the door,         the East Islip Library on Thursdays from
if available. Call Gloria at 277-9842 or Vir-                                                   Heart Association National Wear Red Day          org for more information.
                                                12:30-3:30 p.m. Call 581-9200 ext. 8 for        (Feb. 5, 2010) is held to raise aware-
ginia at 231-7092 for information.              information.                                    ness for cardiovascular disease. For more        Baby Photos - If you were born at South-
Scrabble - Come to the East Islip Library                                                       information and to sign up your company          side Hospital between 1956 and 1968
                                                Performers Needed for a touring produc-         or organization, call Jessica at 516-450-        the Bay Shore Historical Society may have
on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. and play a game or
                                                tion of The Journey, Cross and Crucifixion      9111 or e-mail Jessica.dimeo@heart.org.          the negative of your first photo. You may
two of Scrabble. Call 581-9200 ext. 8 for
                                                performed by the Long Island Touring                                                             obtain the negative by visiting the histori-
information.
                                                Company. Male and female actors, sing-          The Blue Jays Baseball Club will hold its        cal society at 22 Maple Avenue on Tues-
Spaghetti Dinner - The friends of Troop 207     ers, dancers and musicians are needed.          annual exhibition series near Cooperstown        days or Saturdays between 2-4 p.m. No
are sponsoring a spaghetti dinner on Feb.       If interested, come to the CM Performing        for high school varsities in the spring of       charge for the negative, but donations are
28 from 3-7 p.m. at Sinai Reform Temple,        Arts Center in Oakdale on Jan. 18 or 19         2010. Night games are possible. Interest-        welcome. Call 665-1682 or 665-1707 for
39 Brentwood Road in Bay Shore. Pre-sale        at 7:30 p.m. or Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. at St.        ed coaches should contact Harvey Sandig          information. ■
tickets are $8 per adult and $5 per child       Stephen’s Lutheran Church in Hicksville.        at 650-5759 or e-mail Cooperstown314@
10 and under and seniors 62 and up. Call        Call 218-2812 or visit www.cmpac.com for        aol.com with open dates.
Elaine at 666-4858 for information.             information.

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10 ISLIP BULLETIN - January 14, 2010



        Capturing realism, past and present
                                                            Islip artist displays work at Manhattan gallery
              By LIZ FINNEGAN

  ISLIP — Kevin McEvoy is realizing a
dream many artists share: an exhibit of his
work in a New York City art gallery. The
Salmagundi Art Club on Fifth Avenue is cur-
rently featuring a sampling of his work in its
Junior Scholarship show, through Jan. 22.
  The Islip artist has shown his paintings
across Long Island from local galleries to
outdoor fairs. This is his first exhibit in
Manhattan, an opportunity that has thrilled
him and his wife, Margaret, as well.
  “This show is very exciting,” she said.
“[Kevin] works very hard.” McEvoy began
honing his work early on while growing up
in Islandia. “I remember always [drawing],”
he said.
  The need to carry on drawing continued
through his years at the Smithtown Chris-
tian School without the advantage of for-
mal training. “I taught myself through high
school,” McEvoy said, “and worked on my
own projects, frequently visiting the Metro-          Islip-based artist Kevin McEvoy brings his
politan Museum of Art.”                               realism paintings to The Salmagundi Art
  While a student at SUNY Stony Brook in              Club in Manhattan.
the Fine Arts program, he traveled to South                         Photo courtesy of Kevin McEvoy
America to study painting at La Universidad           than any other. “I’ve been disillusioned by
de Playa Ancha in Chile. He subsequently              abstract painting,” he noted, “either you
studied European Art for a two-year period            got it or you didn’t. [Realism] speaks to me.
with Charles Cecil of Florence, Italy.                You don’t need a degree to understand it.”
  In Europe, the great masters of the Renais-           At first blush, the twenty-something artist
sance movement further inspired his work in           seems too young to have developed either
Realism—Rembrandt in particular—whom                                                                    An example of McEvoy’s artwork.                                 Photo courtesy of Kevin McEvoy
                                                      an eye or the skill to reveal a high caliber of
McEvoy said reveals “simple humanity” in              poignancy in his painting.
all of his work. “There’s something so acces-           Yet, his work defies that misconception          an old man. A future and past respectfully           Robert Pillsbury, curator of the Salma-
sible to all of his paintings,” he added.             when viewing either a peaceful still life or      seem captured within their pensive gaze.           gundi exhibit, said the young artists be-
  The genre is one McEvoy relates to more             his portrait of a young boy, and another of         McEvoy’s commitment to his gift is one           come very active in the organization, serv-
                                                                                                        his wife refers to as “his treasure,” and is ex-   ing on various committees. “They are all
                                                                                                        plained in the artist’s own words. “I spend        serious about the membership,” he noted.

 DINING                                                                                                 my time trying to capture, if only to the
                                                                                                        smallest extent, the story that somebody’s
                                                                                                        eyes can tell, the history that an object can
                                                                                                                                                           “Kevin is technically a very good painter,”
                                                                                                                                                           Pillsbury added. “And he brings a certain
                                                                                                                                                           enthusiasm to [the club].”
   CATERING                                                                                             relay, the drama that the old plywood walls
                                                                                                        of a fishing warehouse would speak of if
                                                                                                                                                             That enthusiasm is carried over to the Long
                                                                                                                                                           Island Academy of Fine Art in Glen Cove and

    ENTERTAINING                                                                                        they could talk.”
                                                                                                          The Salmagundi Club, which dates back
                                                                                                        to 1837, offers artists from around the
                                                                                                                                                           Riverhead, where McEvoy teaches portrait
                                                                                                                                                           and figure painting to teens and adults.
                                                                                                                                                             The father of a 2-year-old son, he and his
                                                                                                        country a unique opportunity to show their         wife will soon welcome another addition
                                                                                                        work at one of 13 exhibits held annually,          to their household next month. His family




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                                                                                                        and participate in art classes that are given
                                                                                                        there, as well as possibly selling their art-
                                                                                                        work at the two auctions held every year.
                                                                                                          There are currently 800 members of the
                                                                                                        club whose quirky name is taken from the
                                                                                                                                                           has been the subject of several of his most
                                                                                                                                                           touching, classical pieces. “I want [clas-
                                                                                                                                                           sical] art to matter to everyone,” he said.
                                                                                                                                                           “The classical world overlaps my world.”
                                                                                                                                                             A special reception for the Junior Schol-
                                                                                                        collection of writings compiled by the early       arship Exhibit will be held Thursday, Jan.
                                                                                                        19th-century New York author, Washington           14 at 7 p.m. at the Salmagundi Art Club, lo-
                                                                                                        Irving, called, The Salmagundi Papers.             cated at 47 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.
                                               STEVE & JULES                                              Participants, such as McEvoy, who are in           The club gallery is open daily to the
                                                                                                        the Junior Scholarship program, are typi-          general public from 1 to 5 p.m. For more
                                             invite everyone to                                         cally between the ages of 21 and 30, and           information, visit www.salmagundi.org.
                                          experience the food                                           are chosen to participate by a committee.          McEvoy may also be commissioned for
                                        and fun of their                                                They are eventually expected to become             portraits. He can be reached at his website
                                                                                                        full members of the club.                          www.kevinmcevoy.com. ■



                                                                                                           Civic leadership; acting
                                                                                                              like Santa Claus
                            Friday, January 29
                         to Thursday, February 11                                                       CUB SCOUT PACK 370 from page 3                       Billy, of Den 9, was proud to give the kids
                        Chef Lauro and his staff will be recreating                                                                                        gifts. “Giving gifts to kids, I don’t know,
                         traditional New Orleans favorite dishes                                        those who inquired.                                is like being Santa Claus,” he said. “I am
                         Gumbo • Creole • Jambalaya • Etouffe                                             The Scouts brought bags of food and              proud of myself for being able to help put
                                   and so much more.                                                    presents into the adopted families homes.          some smiles on strangers’ faces.”
                                                                                                        Nilsen’s son, Nicholas, who has been a               Some members of Pack 370 recently vis-
                                                                                                        member of Pack 370 Den 9 for three years,          ited Little Flower Nursing Home in East
                                 (Regular menu also served)                                                                                                Islip, which Nilsen said made the residents
                                                                                                        said he enjoyed the experience. “It made
                                                                                                        me feel better that we helped people that          there very happy, as they were dancing
                     Open for Lunch and Dinner 7 Days a Week                                                                                               with the Scouts and did not want them to
                                                                                                        need help,” he said. “I had fun delivering
                                Take-Out Available                                                      the stuff to the peoples’ houses.”                 leave. The Pack plans to visit the home
                   Monday & Tuesday Pasta Nights and Price Fixed                                          Den 9 went through the neighborhood              again sometime this spring.
                     Dinners Not Available During Mardi Gras                                            selling candy cane reindeer that they made           Newly installed County Legislator Tom
                                                                                                        for $1 each and also collected cans from           Cilmi (R-Bay Shore) was a recent guest
                                                                                                                                                           speaker at a Pack 370 meeting. He dis-
                                        589-4600                                                        neighbors to recycle for the five cent re-
                                                                                                        turns, which were used to purchase pres-           cussed community leadership and his new
                     25 MAIN STREET, SAYVILLE                                                           ents for the children. In total, 14 children       position as a legislator. He thanked the
                                    www.cafejoelle.net                                                  from the four adopted families received            boys of the Pack and said, “Even though
                   Off-Premise Catering • Additional Parking and Entrance in Rear                       gifts for Christmas they would not have re-        you boys may not know it, you are already
                                                                                                        ceived if not for the Scouts.                      leaders.” ■
                                                                                                                                           January 14, 2010 - ISLIP BULLETIN 11




    SCHOOL
                       News                                                                              A New You
                                                                                                        Can’t Wait...
                                                                                                                        to Emerge




                                                                                                                                               Before

 Word power
   Gardiner Manor Elementary School in the Bay Shore School Districts is applying
 Project Stand Up!, a school-wide initiative designed to raise awareness about the
 power of words.
   As a part of Project Stand Up!, Stand-Up Kids Character Education Program has been
 developed. Each month, a character trait is emphasized through discussion, literature
 and school activities.
   Bay Shore School District students and staff also contribute to a monthly bulletin
 board, sharing how they exemplify the Stand-Up Kids Trait of the Month. Teachers                       After
 Ryneld Curtis (left) and Andrea Nieto (right) pose with students in front of the interac-
 tive bulletin board. ■


Reflective
excellence
  Jenna Norrby, a fifth-grade stu-
dent at Ruth C. Kinney Elementa-
ry School in the East Islip School
District, was recently selected
as a PTA Reflections winner for
Suffolk County.
  Norrby earned an Award of                                                                     If you are 100 pounds or more above your ideal weight,
Excellence for literature at the
county level and will be moving                                                                      you may be eligible for an insurance-covered,
on to compete at the state level in
her category. She was selected for
                                                                                                       minimally invasive weight-loss procedure.
the honor based upon her acrostic
poem, Beauty is Inside of Us.
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year that her work has been cho-                                                                At Mather Hospital and Dr. Arif Ahmad, Director are a designated
sen to compete at the state level of this competition. Norrby (pictured with Ruth C. Kinney,
Principal Danielle Naccarato and the school’s Reflections co-chair, Sally Gabriel) is one of
                                                                                                          BARIATRIC CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
only eight students in the county chosen to move on to the state level in literature from               by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery
grades three through five. ■

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                                                                                                 patient safety and effective outcomes
                                                                                               d Dr. Arif Ahmad is a pioneer of laparoscopic gastric bypass in
                                                                                                 Suffolk County and an innovator of safer weight-loss surgery
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                                                                                                             AT MATHER HOSPITAL
                                                                                                             75 North Country Road, Pt. Jefferson, NY
 Military visit                                                                                        Information at 631-476-2888
 Former Beach Street Middle School student and West Islip High School graduate
 of 2001 Patrick Howlett recently returned safely from deployment in Iraq. Upon his                     or online at www.matherhospital.org/bariatrics
 return, he and his wife, Jennifer, asked if they could visit the Beach Street classes
 that supported him during his tour of duty. The students had made a flag and cards
 to go with boxes of snacks they mailed him. The Howletts are West Point graduates
 and were presented with a banner made by students in appreciation of their service
 when they visited the Beach Street School. From left are: Beach Street Middle
 School Assistant Principal Lisa Martinolich, Principal Andrew O’Farrell, the Howletts,
 sixth-grade teacher Pat Fauvell and students Kevin Profeta, Danielle Sugumele,
 Brooke Lafferty, James Radmann, Alyssa Bove and Nicole Gioconda.
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                                                                                                                                           Eagle planter
                                                                                                                                             County Legislator Tom Barraga (R-West Is-
                                                                                                                                           lip) honored Paul Fischer, a senior at Islip High
                                                                                                                                           School and a member of BSA Troop 292, for
                                                                                                                                           achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
                                                                                                                                             Fischer’s Eagle Scout project consisted of cre-
                                                                                                                                           ating a learning garden for the children living at
                                                                                                                                           United Veterans Beacon House in Central Islip.
                                                                                                                                           The garden contains a 25 x 25 foot area, bor-
                                                                                                                                           dered by landscape ties, that houses five plant-
                                                                                                                                           ers. From left are: William Fischer, father; Bar-
                                                                                                                                           raga; Fischer; and Margaret Fischer, mother. ■




Combating the growing addiction crisis
                                               Foley sponsors Denise’s Law to help parents of minors
  State Senator Brian X. Foley (D-Blue          away in 2008 following an accidental over-      and, if needed, detoxification, for minors
Point) was joined by students and advo-         dose, Denise’s Law will help parents get de-    who are suffering from addiction.
cates at Sachem High School East as he          toxification treatment for teens. The pro-         Currently, it is not uncommon for parents
unveiled new legislation (S. 6361) that will    posed legislation features two important        to check teens into rehab only to have the
combat the growing drug addiction epi-          provisions that will help individuals and       teen check themselves out before detoxifi-
demic on Long Island and across the state.      families in the fight against drug addiction.    cation is finished. Because detoxification is
  Named after Denise Gerardi, a former            The bill will allow parents or guardians to   a central and, often, the first part of recov-
Sachem High School student, who passed          petition a court to require an examination,     ery, it is crucial that parents have the abil-
                                                                                                ity to keep minors in detox and start the
                                                                                                treatment process.
                                                                                                  The second component of the legislation
                                                                                                requires that drug addiction diagnosis and
                     WINTER 2010                                                                detoxification, and other mental, nervous



  Brides                                                                                        or emotional ailments be covered by health
                                                                                                insurance companies. This provision is
                                                                                                crucial in making treatment available to as
                                                                                                many individuals and families as possible,
                                                                                                particularly during these tough economic



      Catering             &                      Appearing in the
                                                                                                times.
                                                                                                  “Drug addiction is destroying countless
                                                                                                families and communities across Long Is-
                                                                                                land and all around our state,” Foley said.
                                                                                                “I have worked with parents, educators and
                                                                                                advocates to craft this legislation which
                                                                                                will take on the drug addiction epidemic
                                                                                                and help put individuals dealing with drug
                                            January 28th Edition of                             addiction on a path towards recovery.”
                                                           The Long Island Advance                Since the passing of her daughter to
                                                                                                drug overdose, Carrie Gerardi has worked
                                                           the Suffolk County News              to raise awareness about drug addiction
                                                                                                                                                  State Senator Brian X. Foley (D-Blue
                                                                                                                                                  Point) was joined by students and advo-
                                                                   and Islip Bulletin           among parents and teens. “My daughter             cates at Sachem High School East as he
                                                              Covering the Communities          tragically passed away due to an accidental       unveiled new legislation (S. 6361) that
                                                                                                drug overdose,” Gerardi, said.                    will combat the growing drug addiction
                                                                   of West Islip through
                                                                                                  “I can think of no better tribute to my         epidemic on Long Island and across the
                                                                         East Moriches!
                                                                                                daughter than to have this legislation,           state.
                                                                                                which will help parents get treatment to mi-
                                                                                                nors, named after Denise. I hope Denise’s
                                                                    SPECIAL                     Law will be enacted as quickly as possible
                                                                                                so those needing immediate treatment for          address suicide and other drug and mental
                                                                    SECTION                     drug addiction are able to be helped,” she        illness related issues, expressed support
                                                                                                added.                                            for the legislation.
                                                                    RATES!!                       Dr. Jeffery Reynolds, executive director of        “This important legislation will help re-
                                                                                                the Long Island Council on Alcoholism and         move barriers to receiving treatment that
                                                                                                Drug Dependency (LICADD), applauded the           many families are desperately seeking for
                                                                                                legislation as a major step towards helping       their children,” said Maryl Cassidy, execu-
                                                           *WANT TO                             those with alcohol and drug dependency.           tive director of Response of Suffolk County.
                                                          SAVE 10%?                               “With opiate use among teens on the rise,          “While no one expects one law to solve
                                                                                                                                                  all problems related to addiction, Denise’s
                                                           Ask Your Salesperson                 parents need new tools to protect their
                                                                                                kids and help them get the treatment they         Law is a major step towards providing
                                                                                                need,” Reynolds said. “Too many families          treatment for teens with drug and alcohol
                                                                                                are losing that race and are left standing by     dependency,” Foley said.
                                                         Deadline for the supplement            the side of a casket. There are enough bar-          School districts throughout Long Island
                                                                 is Jan. 15 at 5 p.m.           riers to treatment without families having        are not standing still and are holding drug
                                                                                                to do battle with insurance companies who         symposiums for both students and parents
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                                                                                                routinely refuse or limit coverage for sub-
                                                                                                stance-abuse disorders.”
                                                                                                  Response of Suffolk County, a crisis hot-
                                                                                                                                                  regarding all drugs, including heroin. The
                                                                                                                                                  Islip School District is slated to hold a her-
                                                                                                                                                  oin symposium on Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. in the
                                                           475-1000 or 589-6200                 line which helps Suffolk County residents         high school auditorium. ■
                                                                                                                                                              January 14, 2010 - ISLIP BULLETIN 13



Family Service League hosts great chefs
   The gastronomic tradition known as the Great Chefs
of Long Island, to benefit the Bay Shore and Huntington-
based Family Service League (FSL), was held last month at
the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury.
   Nearly 50 outstanding restaurants from Manhasset to Mat-
tituck presented their culinary best during an afternoon of
decadent tastings and delicacies for more than 600 guests.
   In addition, there were wonderful wines from choice
vineyards to pair with the outstanding food and dessert
selections. Prime, Teller’s Chophouse, H2O Seafood Grill,
Bryant & Cooper Steakhouse, Porto Vivo, Red, Yamaguchi,
and Buenos Aires Café were just a few of the prestigious
restaurants that “gave back” to the families in need who are
supported by FSL.
   This year, FSL also had the distinct privilege of honor-
ing several individuals as well as a wonderful family, which
has set the tone for Long Island restaurants. Huntington
residents Lynn and Jonah Kaufman, owners of McDonald’s
franchises throughout the tri-state area, have supported
FSL through their time, talent and treasure for many years.
Most recently, their dedication has been realized through
their generosity in FSL’s Bay Shore Family Center as well
as the 85th Anniversary Campaign, which Lynn co-chaired.
   The Bohlsen family of the East Islip, who lead the way
in outstanding restaurants on Long Island, was also recog-
nized by FSL this year. Three generations of the Bohlsen
family have worked to establish several top-rated restau-
rants, which include Prime, Teller’s Chophouse, and H2O
Seafood Grill.
   Michael and Kurt Bohlsen lead the Bohlsen Restaurant
Group along with their mother Linda, who also plays the
leading role in the family’s community affairs. Always on
the cutting edge, the Bohlsens are concerned with being
socially conscious and offer only verified, internationally
recognized sustainable seafood.
   Family Service League additionally honored State Sena-
tor Carl Marcellino (R-Syosset), who represents the Fifth      Pictured from left are Family Service League Great Chefs Honorees Jonah and Lynn Kaufman; Karen Boorshtein, FSL
Senate District on Long Island, at their Great Chefs extrav-   president and CEO; Honoree New York State Senator Carl Marcellino; and Honorees Linda, Michael, John and Kurt
aganza.                                                        Bohlsen.                                                                                  Photo by Peter Sloggatt
   Marcellino is best known as being a champion of envi-
ronmental legislation and has written more than 100 envi-        The FSL was founded in 1926 and is a not-for-profit, com-            sistance to address a broad range of needs.
ronmental laws. He has been named Conservationist of the       munity-based human service agency assisting more than                   Other program sites are located throughout Long Island
Year as well as Legislator of the Year.                        47,000 people each year. FSL serves individuals from infan-           from Huntington to Greenport to East Hampton. FSL is cre-
   Outside of the environmental arena, Marcellino has been     cy through the senior years, as well as families and offers           dentialed by the Council on Accreditation for Children and
a supporter of health and safety, which includes the ban-      46 programs in 15 locations.                                          Family Services (COA) for meeting the highest standards
ning of hand-held cell phones while driving. Marcellino is       Family Service League has five Family Centers located in             of best practices and quality services for individuals and
the recipient of the 2009 Family Service League Govern-        Bay Shore, Huntington, Huntington Station, East Yaphank               families. For more information, call 427-3700 or visit www.
ment Leadership Award.                                         and Riverhead, where families can come and receive as-                fsl-li.org. ■




 Obituaries                             By Brenda Biedenkapp


       Barbara Lindsey                          Medford, and Richard and Leah Zukowsky
                                                of Queensbury; and great-grandchildren,
  Barbara     A.                                James, Julia and Christopher Tully, and
Lindsey    (nee                                 Sean, Reily, Ryan and Liam Roberts. She
Dickerson), 80,                                 was predeceased by her son, Richard; and
of    Bohemia,                                  sister, Jean Midgley.
died on Decem-                                    Funeral arrangements were entrusted to
ber 27, 2009.                                   Overton Funeral Home in Islip. A funeral
She grew up in                                  was held at Islip Methodist Church with
Southold and                                    Rev. Douglas Maddon officiating, fol-
graduated with                                  lowed by interment in Union Cemetery
an RN degree                                    in Sayville.
from     Suffolk                                  Memorial contributions may be made to
Community Col-                                  Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
lege. She was                                   P.O. Box 27105, New York, NY 10117-2504,
a school nurse at Oak Park Elementary           or to the Islip United Methodist Church,
School in Brentwood for 25 years. She           350 Main St., Islip, NY 11751, and would be
was a member of Islip United Methodist          appreciated by the family.
Church for over 50 years and was chair
of many committees there. She was also a
member of many antique car clubs.                     Salvatore Vaccaro
  Mrs. Lindsey is survived by her hus-            Salvatore T. Vaccaro, 85, of Bay Shore,
band of 57 years, Raymond; daughters,           died on December 31, 2009. He was born
Virginia Hutchins and her husband, Peter        in Brooklyn.
of Blue Point, Phyllis Sweeney and her            Mr. Vaccaro is survived by his wife,
husband, Robert of North Carolina, and          Vincenza; son, Salvatore; daughter, Laura
Donna Zukowsky and her husband, Jerry           Giordano; and grandchildren, Laura Ann
of Queensbury; son, Al and his wife, Deb-       and Robert.
bie of Medford; grandchildren, Jennifer           Funeral arrangements were entrusted to
Tully and her husband, Rick of Patchogue,       Overton Funeral Home in Islip, where ser-      It is the policy of this newspaper that all obituaries, whether from a family member or funeral home, are edited
Tracey Roberts and her husband, Benja-          vices were held. Cremation was held at L.I.    for style and content. We charge a fee for obituaries, but they must adhere to our format. If you wish to place
min of Schenectady. Albert and Adam of          Cremation Co. in West Babylon. ■               an obituary “as is” with no editing, please call our advertising department at 631-589-6200 ext. 2 or 3.




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SUPREME COURT -                     lien, subject to the equity of re-   Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s):     COUNTY OF SUFFOLK                   Attorneys for Plaintiff            sale. FREDERICK VOGENEY,
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK - IS-             demption of the United States        ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSO-            INDYMAC BANK FSB,                   IB, 24950, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,        Referee. LAW OFFICES OF
LIP                                 of America; subject to the           CIATES, P.C., 2 Summit Court,       Plaintiff, -against-                21                                 SOMER & HELLER, LLP, At-
EASTERN SAVINGS BANK,               rights of any lienors of record      Suite 301, Fishkill New York        FRANCIS S. WALKER,                                                     tys. for Pltf., 2171 Jericho
FSB,                                whose liens have not been            12524 (845) 897-1600                ET AL.,                                   NOTICE OF SALE               Tpke, Commack, NY. #76915
Plaintiff      against      PAT-    foreclosed herein, if any; sub-      Pursuant to judgment of fore-       Defendants.                         SUPREME COURT –                    IB, 24953, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,
RICK OGUNLEYE, et al                ject to the rights of holders of     closure and sale granted here-      Pursuant to a judgment of           COUNTY OF SUFFOLK                  21
Defendant(s). Pursuant to a         security in fixtures as defined        in on or about March 6, 2009,       foreclosure and sale duly           INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK
Judgment of Foreclosure and         by the Uniform Commercial            I will sell at Public Auction       entered 7/22/09, I, the under-      F.S.B. F/K/A INDYMAC BANK                 PUBLIC AUCTION
Sale entered herein and dated       Code; subject to taxes, assess-      to the highest bidder at Islip      signed Referee will sell at pub-    F.S.B.,                                 NOTICE OF SALE OF
November 13, 2009, I, the un-       ments and water rates which          Town Hall, 655 Main Street,         lic auction at the ISLIP TOWN       Plaintiff, -against-                       COOPERATIVE
dersigned Referee will sell         are liens on the premises at         Islip, NY 11751.                    HALL, 655 MAIN STREET, IS-          DENEEN KING, ET AL.,                  APARTMENT SECURITY
at public auction at the Islip      the time of sale, with accrued       On January 25, 2010 at 10:00        LIP, NY on JANUARY 28, 2010         Defendants.                        BY VIRTUE OF DEFAULT in a
Town Hall, located at 655 Main      interest or penalties thereon;       AM                                  at 10:30AM, premises known          Pursuant to a judgment of          security agreement executed
Street, Islip, NY.                  and a first mortgage held by          Premises known as 38 Frank          as 216 SNEDECOR AVENUE,             foreclosure and sale duly dat-     on 08/14/2006 by CHARLES
on the 22nd day of January,         MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC                  Street, Brentwood, NY 11717         BAYPORT, NY 11705.                  ed 7/8/09, I, the undersigned      FAZIO and WELLS FARGO
2010 at 11:00 AM premises           REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,                District: 0500 Section: 163.00      ALL that certain plot, piece or     Referee will sell at public auc-   HOME MORTGAGE, INC., and
situate, lying and being in the     INC., as nominee for Fremont         Block: 01.00 Lot: 013.003           parcel of land, with the build-     tion at ISLIP TOWN HALL, 655       in accordance with its rights
Town of Islip, County of Suf-       Investment & Loan, mort-             ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT,              ings and improvements there-        MAIN STREET, ISLIP, NY on          as holder of the security, Law-
folk and State of New York, as      gagee, given to NICHOLAS D.          PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,            on erected, situate, lying and      JANUARY 28, 2010 at 9:30AM,        rence Estreich, Auctioneer,
shown on a certain map enti-        ACEVEDO, mortgagor, in the           situate, lying and being in the     being in the Town of ISLIP,         premises known as 3141             DCA #1247619, will conduct
tled, “Map of 1200 Oaks”, filed      original amount of $276,000.00       Town of Islip, County of Suf-       County of SUFFOLK and State         UNION BOULEVARD, EAST              a public sale of the security
in the Office of the Clerk of        dated 5/10/2005 and recorded         folk and State of New York,         of New York.                        ISLIP, NY 11730.                   consisting of 810 share(s) of
the County of Suffolk on Octo-      6/28/2005 in Liber 21076 at          known and entitled, “Map of         Section 359.00, Block 02.00,        ALL that certain plot, piece or    Lakeland Owners Corp. and
ber 12, 1984 as Map No. 7788,       page 489.                            Loretta park, Section 3” and        Lot 043.000. Approximate            parcel of land, with the build-    all right title and interest in
as and by the Lot Number 40         Index No. 08-07806                   filed in the Suffolk County          amount of lien $340,374.79          ings and improvements there-       and to a proprietary lease to
bounded and described as fol-       Dated: December 14, 2009             Clerk’s Office on April 26, 1905     plus interest and costs. Prem-      on erected, situate, lying and     Unit F10 in a building known
lows: BEGINNING at a point          Philip Goglas, Esq., Referee         as map Number 474, Part of          ises will be sold subject to pro-   being in the Town of ISLIP, at     as and by the street address
set in the westerly side of Oak     Cohen & Warren, P.C., Attor-         Lot Number s 3046, 3047, 3048       visions of filed judgment.           EAST ISLIP, County of SUF-         340 LAKELAND AVENUE,
Forest Drive, distant 95.00         neys for Plaintiff, 80 Maple Av-     and 3049.                           Index No. 08-8793.                  FOLK and State of New York.        UNIT F10, Sayville, NY 11782,
feet southerly as measured          enue, Smithtown, NY 11787.           As more particularly described      DEIRDRE CREIGHTON,                  Section 346.00, Block 02.00,       together with fixtures and arti-
along the westerly side of Oak      IB, 24933, 12/24, 31 - 1/7,          in the judgment of foreclosure      ESQ., REFEREE.                      Lot 012.000. Approximate           cles of personal property now
Forest Drive with the south-        14                                   and sale.                           STEIN, WIENER                       amount of lien $409,235.05         or hereafter affixed to or used
erly side of Johnson Avenue;                                             Sold subject to all of the terms    AND ROTH, L.L.P.                    plus interest and costs. Prem-     in connection with Unit F10 on
RUNNING THENCE along the                   NOTICE OF SALE                and conditions contained in         ATTORNEYS FOR                       ises will be sold subject to       Wednesday, January 27, 2010
westerly side of Oak Forest         SUPREME COURT: COUN-                 said judgment and terms of          PLAINTIFF                           provisions of filed judgment.       at 9:30 AM at Front Steps of Is-
Drive, South East 15.83 feet;       TY OF SUFFOLK - HSBC                 sale.                               ONE OLD COUNTRY ROAD,               Index No. 5551-08.                 lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,
THENCE along Oak Forest             BANK USA, NATIONAL AS-               Approximate amount of judg-         SUITE 113, CARLE PLACE,             DANIEL WILLIAM DELUCA,             Islip, NY 11751, in satisfaction
Drive, southerly along the arc      SOCIATION AS TRUSTEE                 ment $359,042.02 plus interest      NY 11514                            ESQ., REFEREE.                     of an indebtedness in the prin-
of a curve having a radius of       FOR OPTEUM MORTGAGE                  and costs.                          DATED DECEMBER 4, 2009 -            STEIN, WIENER &                    cipal amount of $188,126.36
170.00 feet, a distance of 56.79    ACCEPTANCE          CORPORA-         INDEX NO. 10523/08                  FILE NO. FINDY 50715                ROTH, L.L.P.                       plus interest from 08/01/2009
feet; THENCE South West             TION, ASSET-BACKED, PASS             JOSEPH M. PUZO, Esq., REF-          IB, 24948, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,         ATTORNEYS FOR                      and costs, subject to open
219.38 feet; THENCE North           THROUGH CERTIFICATES,                EREE                                21                                  PLAINTIFF                          common charges. The secured
West 70.07 feet; THENCE             SERIES      2005-4,    Plaintiff,    IB, 24938, 12/24, 31 - 1/7,                                             ONE OLD COUNTRY ROAD,              party reserves the right to bid.
North      East    56.45    feet;   AGAINST MARIA FUENTES,               14                                         NOTICE OF SALE               SUITE 113, CARLE PLACE,            Ten (10%) percent deposit by
THENCE North East 208.32            ET AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant                                           SUPREME COURT COUNTY                NY 11514                           bank or certified funds re-
feet to a point on the westerly     to a judgment of foreclosure                NOTICE OF SALE               OF Suffolk, American Home           DATED DECEMBER 17, 2009            quired at Auction, payable to
side of Oak Forest Drive, the       and sale duly dated 8/25/2009,       SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               Mortgage Servicing, Inc.,           - FILE NO. FINDY 50553             the attorneys for the secured
point or place of beginning.        I, the undersigned Referee will      OF SUFFOLK - WACHOVIA               Plaintiff, vs. MD Alamgir Hos-      IB, 24951, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,        party. Closing within 30 days.
Said premises known as 6 OAK        sell at public auction at the Is-    BANK NATIONAL ASSO-                 sain, ET AL., Defendant(s).         21                                 Such sale shall be subject to
FOREST DRIVE, ISLANDIA,             lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,      CIATION, Plaintiff, AGAINST         Pursuant to a Judgment of                                              the terms of sale.
NY                                  Islip, New York, on 1/22/2010        STEPHANIE L. CICCONI, ET            Foreclosure and Sale duly                  NOTICE OF SALE              STEVEN J. BAUM, P.C.
Approximate amount of lien          at 10:00 AM, premises known          AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant to      filed on September 08, 2009, I,      SUPREME COURT –                    P.O. Box 1291
$292,292.54 plus interest &         as 810 WILSON BOULEVARD,             a judgment of foreclosure and       the undersigned Referee will        COUNTY OF SUFFOLK                  Buffalo, NY 14240-1291
costs. Premises will be sold        CENTRAL ISLIP, NY 11722. All         sale duly dated 10/30/2009, I,      sell at public auction at the Is-   CHASE HOME FINANCE                 ATTORNEYS FOR
subject to provisions of filed       that certain plot piece or par-      the undersigned Referee will        lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     LLC,                               SECURED CREDITOR
judgment and terms of sale.         cel of land, with the buildings      sell at public auction at the Is-   Islip, NY on February 02, 2010      Plaintiff, -against-               IB, 24954, 12/31 - 1/7, 14
Index Number 3104/08.               and improvements thereon             lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     at 11:00 a.m., premises known       MARIO GARCES, ET AL.,
KEVIN J. MALLOY, ESQ., Ref-         erected, situate, lying and          Islip, New York, on 1/22/2010       as 41 Pembroke Court, Bay           Defendants.                               NOTICE OF SALE
eree.                               being in the Town of ISLIP,          at 9:30 AM, premises known as       Shore, NY. All that certain         Pursuant to a judgment of          SUPREME COURT: COUNTY
KRISS & FEUERSTEIN LLP              County of Suffolk and State of       302 GREENBELT PARKWAY,              plot, piece or parcel of land,      foreclosure and sale duly dat-     OF SUFFOLK - DEUTSCHE
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff           New York, Section, Block and         HOLTSVILLE, NY 11742. All           with the buildings and im-          ed 10/7/09, I, the undersigned     BANK NATIONAL TRUST
360 Lexington Avenue, Suite         Lot: Section 164 Block 2 Lot         that certain plot piece or par-     provements thereon erected,         Referee will sell at public auc-   COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR
1200, New York, NY 10017            4.002. Approximate amount            cel of land, with the buildings     situate, lying and being in the     tion at ISLIP TOWN HALL,           MORGAN STANLEY LOAN
IB, 24931, 12/24, 31 - 1/7,         of judgment $294,443.60 plus         and improvements thereon            Town of Islip, County of Suf-       655 MAIN STREET, ISLIP, NY         TRUST 2006-HE2, Plaintiff,
14                                  interest and costs. Premises         erected, situate, lying and be-     folk and State of New York,         11751 on JANUARY 28, 2010          AGAINST SUSUKY JIMENEZ,
                                    will be sold subject to provi-       ing in the Town of ISLIP, Coun-     District 0500, Section 290.00,      AT 9:00AM, premises known          ET AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant
NOTICE OF SALE                      sions of filed Judgment Index         ty of Suffolk and State of New      Block 04.00 and Lot 015.010.        as 2A WINTHROP ROAD,               to a judgment of foreclosure
SUPREME COURT:                      #08-3687. Donald H. Darbee,          York, Section, Block and Lot:       Approximate amount of judg-         BRENTWOOD, NY 11717.               and sale duly dated 8/1/2008,
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK                   Referee,                             154.00-02.00-043.000. Approxi-      ment is $297,232.51 plus inter-     ALL that certain plot, piece or    I, the undersigned Referee will
BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF               SHAPIRO, DICARO & BARAK,             mate amount of judgment             est and costs. Premises will        parcel of land, with the build-    sell at public auction at the Is-
PARK ROW HOMEOWNERS                 LLP, Attorney for Plaintiff          $449,062.00 plus interest and       be sold subject to provisions       ings and improvements there-       lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,
ASSOCIATION, INC., Plaintiff,       250 Mile Crossing Boulevard,         costs. Premises will be sold        of filed Judgment Index #            on erected, situate, lying and     Islip, New York, on 1/21/2010
against NICHOLAS D. ACE-            Rochester, NY 14624 Dated:           subject to provisions of filed       35759/07.                           being in the Town of ISLIP,        at 10:00 AM, premises known
VEDO; MORTGAGE ELEC-                12/9/2009                            Judgment Index #32722/07. Jo-       Lawrence W. Cregan, Esq.,           County of SUFFOLK and State        as 27 CYPRESS STREET,
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS-            IB, 24936, 12/24, 31 - 1/7,          seph Mirabella, Referee,            Referee                             of New York.                       CENTRAL ISLIP, NY 11722. All
TEMS, INC., as nominee for          14                                   Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        Knuckles, Komosinski & El-          Section 094.00, Block 02.00,       that certain plot piece or par-
Fremont Investment & Loan;                                               for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       liott, LLP, 565 Taxter Road,        Lot 028.001. Approximate           cel of land, with the buildings
and “JOHN DOE” and “JANE                   NOTICE OF SALE                Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dat-         Ste. 590, Elmsford, NY 10523,       amount of lien $403,179.19         and improvements thereon
DOE”, Defendants. Pursuant          SUPREME COURT COUNTY                 ed: 12/21/2009                      Attorneys for Plaintiff             plus interest and costs. Prem-     erected, situate, lying and
to a judgment of foreclosure        OF Suffolk, Citimortgage, Inc.,      IB, 24945, 12/24, 31 - 1/7,         IB, 24949, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,         ises will be sold subject to       being in the Town of ISLIP,
and sale entered herein and         Plaintiff, vs. Maria C. Perla, ET    14                                  21                                  provisions of filed judgment.       County of Suffolk and State
dated October 28, 2009, I, the      AL., Defendant(s).                                                                                           Index No. 07-39319.                of New York, Section, Block
undersigned Referee will sell       Pursuant to a Judgment of                   NOTICE OF SALE                      NOTICE OF SALE               KEITH O’HALLORAN, ESQ.,            and Lot: Section 143 Block 1
at public auction at the front      Foreclosure and Sale duly            SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               SUPREME COURT COUNTY                REFEREE.                           Lot 17. Approximate amount
steps of the Islip Town Hall,       filed on November 17, 2009, I,        OF SUFFOLK - MIDFIRST               OF Suffolk, JP Morgan Chase         STEIN, WIENER & ROTH,              of judgment $288,939.50 plus
655 Main Street, Islip, New         the undersigned Referee will         BANK, Plaintiff, AGAINST            Bank As Trustee On Behalf           L.L.P.     F/K/A     STEIN    &    interest and costs. Premises
York, on January 21, 2010 at        sell at public auction at the Is-    KERRY LYNN YOUNG, ET                Of Equity One Abs Inc. Mort-        SHEIDLOWER, L.L.P.                 will be sold subject to provi-
9:00 a.m. premises being in         lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,      AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant to      gage Pass Through Certificate        ATTORNEYS FOR PLAIN-               sions of filed Judgment Index
Central Islip, Town of Islip,       Islip, NY on January 22, 2010        a judgment of foreclosure and       Series 2005-2 To Popular Fi-        TIFF                               #07-05586. Valerie S. Manzo,
County of Suffolk and State of      at 10:00 a.m., premises known        sale duly dated 10/23/2009, I,      nancial Services, Plaintiff, vs.    ONE OLD COUNTRY ROAD,              Referee,
New York, known and desig-          as 18 Prospect Street, Cen-          the undersigned Referee will        Bridget B. Anderson, ET AL.,        SUITE 113, CARLE PLACE,            SHAPIRO, DICARO & BARAK,
nated as and by Lot No. 86 on       tral Islip, NY. All that certain     sell at public auction at the Is-   Defendant(s).                       NY 11514                           LLP, Attorney for Plaintiff
a certain map entitled, “Map of     plot, piece or parcel of land,       lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     Pursuant to a Judgment of           DATED DECEMBER 18, 2009            250 Mile Crossing Boulevard,
Park Row Town Homes, Sec-           with the buildings and im-           Islip, New York, on 1/22/2010       Foreclosure and Sale duly           - FILE NO. FCHASE 50334            Rochester, NY 14624 Dated:
tion 1” dated February 1991         provements thereon erected,          at 10:00 AM, premises known         filed on November 28, 2006, I,       IB, 24952, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,        12/3/2009
and filed in the Office of the        situate, lying and being in the      as 32 DATE STREET, CEN-             the undersigned Referee will        21                                 IB, 24955, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,
Clerk of the County of Suffolk      Town of Islip, County of Suf-        TRAL ISLIP, NY 11722. All that      sell at public auction at the Is-                                      21
on September 14, 1991, as Map       folk and State of New York,          certain plot piece or parcel of     lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,           NOTICE OF SALE
Number 9077.                        District 0500, Section 101.00,       land, with the buildings and        Islip, NY on February 02, 2010      SUPREME COURT: SUFFOLK                    NOTICE OF SALE
Said premises being known as        Block 02.00 and Lot 034.003.         improvements thereon erect-         at 2:00 p.m., premises known        COUNTY. THE COLONY AT                     SUPREME COURT:
11/12 Springfield Circle, Cen-       Premises will be sold subject        ed, situate, lying and being        as 137 Commack Road, Islip,         HOLBROOK HOMEOWNERS                      SUFFOLK COUNTY
tral Islip, New York. (District     to provisions of filed Judg-          in the Town of ISLIP, County        NY. All that certain plot, piece    ASSOCIATION, INC., Pltf. vs.       Citimortgage, Inc.; Plaintiff(s)
0500, Section 165.00, Block         ment Index # 20951/08.               of Suffolk and State of New         or parcel of land, with the         GARY D. LEWIS, et al, Defts.       vs. JULIO C. SALAZAR A/K/
02.00, Lot 073.000).                Joseph C. Tonetti, Esq., Ref-        York, Section, Block and Lot:       buildings and improvements          Index #01660/08. I will sell at    A JULIO C. SALAZAR, SR.;
Said premises will be sold          eree                                 163.00-05.00-023.000. Approxi-      thereon erected, situate, lying     public auction on the front        MAIRA V. SANCHEZ A/K/A
subject to zoning restrictions,     Berkman, Henoch, Peterson &          mate amount of judgment             and being in the Town of Islip,     steps, main entrance, Islip        MARIA V. SANCHEZ; et al;
covenants, easements, condi-        Peddy, P.C., 100 Garden City         $336,259.50 plus interest and       County of Suffolk and State         Town Hall, 655 Main St., Islip,    Defendant(s)
tions, reservations and agree-      Plaza, Garden City, NY 11530,        costs. Premises will be sold        of New York, District 0500,         NY on Feb. 1, 2010 at 9:00 a.m.    Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s):
ments, if any; subject to any       Attorneys for Plaintiff              subject to provisions of filed       Section 319.00, Block 03.00         prem. k/a 23 Greenwich Ct.,        ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSO-
state of facts as may appear        IB, 24937, 12/24, 31 - 1/7,          Judgment Index #23629/05.           and Lot 024.000. Approxi-           Holbrook, NY. a/k/a Lot No.        CIATES, P.C., 2 Summit Court,
from an accurate survey; sub-       14                                   Fred Grafstein, Referee,            mate amount of judgment is          274 on a certain map entitled,     Fishkill, New York, 12524,
ject to facts as to possession                                           Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        $283,819.51 plus interest and       “Colony at Holbrook, Section       845.897.1600
and occupancy and subject to              NOTICE OF SALE                 for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       costs. Premises will be sold        One,” and filed in the Office        Pursuant to judgment of fore-
whatever physical condition of           SUPREME COURT:                  Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dat-         subject to provisions of filed       of the Clerk of the County         closure and sale granted here-
the premises may be; subject             SUFFOLK COUNTY                  ed: 12/21/2009                      Judgment Index # 8929/06.           of Suffolk on June 6, 1990 as      in on or about September 8,
to any violations of the zoning     COUNTRYWIDE        HOME              IB, 24946, 12/24, 31 - 1/7,         Arthur Goldstein, Esq., Ref-        Map No. 8952. Approx. amt.         2009, I will sell at Public Auc-
and other municipal ordinanc-       LOANS SERVICING LP INC;              14                                  eree                                of judgment is $17,720.50 plus     tion to the highest bidder at Is-
es and regulations, if any, and     Plaintiff(s)                                                             Knuckles, Komosinski & El-          costs and interest. Sold sub-      lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,
if the United States of America     vs. JOHN BOLD; et al;                    NOTICE OF SALE                  liott, LLP, 565 Taxter Road,        ject to terms and conditions       Islip, NY 11751.
should file a tax lien, or other     Defendant(s)                         SUPREME COURT –                     Ste. 590, Elmsford, NY 10523,       of filed judgment and terms of          Please turn to next page
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Public Notices                                                                                                                               Islip Bulletin
On February 2, 2010 at 09:30               NOTICE OF SALE               New Rochelle, New York              Islip, NY 11751.                     Fishkill, New York, 12524,          A.M. premises known as 255
AM                                  SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               10801                               On February 9, 2010 at 11:00         845.897.1600                        Ackerman Street, Central Is-
Premises known as 228 Hilltop       OF SUFFOLK - HSBC BANK              (914) 636-8900                      AM                                   Pursuant to judgment of             lip, NY 11722
Drive, Brentwood, NY 11717          USA, N.A., AS TRUSTEE ON            IB, 24968, 1/7, 14, 21, 28          Premises known as 34 Bethes-         foreclosure and sale granted        ALL that certain plot, piece or
District: 0500 Section: 203.00      BEHALF OF ACE SECURI-                                                   da Lane, Sayville, NY 11782          herein on or about October 26,      parcel of land, with buildings
Block: 04.00 Lot: 042.000           TIES CORP. HOME EQUITY                    NOTICE OF SALE                District: 0500 Section: 260.00       2009, I will sell at Public Auc-    and improvements thereon
ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT,              LOAN TRUST AND FOR THE              SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               Block: 01.00 Lot: 015.000            tion to the highest bidder at Is-   erected, situate, lying and be-
PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,            REGISTERED           HOLDERS        OF SUFFOLK - WELLS FARGO            ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT,               lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     ing at Central Islip, Town of Is-
situate, lying and being in the     OF ACE SECURITIES CORP.             BANK, N.A. SUCCESSOR BY             PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,             Islip, NY.                          lip, Suffolk County, New York.
Town of Islip, County of Suf-       HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST,             MERGER TO WELLS FARGO               with the buildings and im-           On February 8, 2010 at 10:00        Section 141.00 Block 04.00 Lot
folk and State of New York,         SERIES 2006-ASAP6, ASSET            HOME MORTGAGE, Plaintiff,           provements thereon erected,          AM                                  026.000 District 0500. Approxi-
known and designated as lots        BACKED        PASS-THROUGH          AGAINST LEEROY BAILEY,              situate, lying and being at          Premises known as 79 Dietz          mate amount of lien
29 and 30 inclusive, part of        CERTIFICATES,          Plaintiff,   ET AL., Defendant(s). Pur-          Sayville, in the Town of Islip,      Street, Central Islip, NY 11722     $ 292,833.85 plus interest and
Lots 28 and 31, Block 41 on a       AGAINST MANUEL ACOSTA,              suant to a judgment of fore-        County of Suffolk and State of       District: 0500 Section: 098.00      costs. Premises will be sold
certain map entitled, “map of       ET AL., Defendant(s). Pur-          closure and sale duly dated         New York.                            Block: 03.00 Lot: 012.000           subject to provisions of filed
Meucci Garden, Section 1” and       suant to a judgment of fore-        11/24/2009, I, the undersigned      As more particularly described       ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT,              judgment Index# 07-37843
filed in the Office of the Clerk      closure and sale duly dated         Referee will sell at public auc-    in the judgment of foreclosure       PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,            JOHN JULIANO, ESQ, REF-
of the County of Suffolk on         3/19/2009, I, the undersigned       tion at the Islip Town Hall, 655    and sale.                            with the buildings and im-          EREE.
August 17, 1925 as Map Num-         Referee will sell at public auc-    Main Street, Islip, New York,       Sold subject to all of the terms     provements thereon erected,         STEIN, WIENER AND ROTH,
ber 814.                            tion at the Front Steps of Islip    on 2/2/2010 at 2:00 PM, prem-       and conditions contained in          situate, lying and being in the     L.L.P., ATTORNEYS FOR THE
As more particularly described      Town Hall, 655 Main Street,         ises known as 14 BAYONNE            said judgment and terms of           Town of Islip, County of Suf-       PLAINTIFF
in the judgment of foreclosure      Islip, NY 11751, New York, on       AVENUE, CENTRAL ISLIP,              sale.                                folk and State of New York,         ONE OLD COUNTRY ROAD,
and sale.                           1/29/2010 at 9:30 AM, premises      NY 11722. All that certain plot     Approximate amount of judg-          known and designated as Lot         SUITE 113, CARLE PLACE,
Sold subject to all of the terms    known as 52 Applegate Drive,        piece or parcel of land, with       ment $39,974.81 plus interest        No. 11 on a certain map en-         NY 11514
and conditions contained in         CENTRAL ISLIP, NY 11722. All        the buildings and improve-          and costs.                           titled, “Map of Jayem Park”         DATED: December 30, 2009
said judgment and terms of          that certain plot piece or par-     ments thereon erected, situate,     INDEX NO. 16613/06                   and filed in the Office of the        FILE #:INDY 50252
sale.                               cel of land, with the buildings     lying and being in the Town of      Louis J. Ohlig, Esq.,                Clerk of the County of Suffolk      IB, 24975, 1/7, 14, 21, 28
Approximate amount of judg-         and improvements thereon            ISLIP, County of Suffolk and        REFEREE                              on November 9, 1966 as Map
ment $431,609.49 plus interest      erected, situate, lying and         State of New York, Section,         IB, 24971, 1/7, 14, 21, 28           No. 4748.                                  NOTICE OF SALE
and costs.                          being in the Town of ISLIP,         Block and Lot: 101.00-2-49.                                              As more particularly described      SUPREME COURT: COUNTY
INDEX NO. 30849/2007                County of Suffolk and State of      Approximate amount of judg-         SUPREME COURT –                      in the judgment of foreclosure      OF SUFFOLK - WELLS FAR-
ANDREA DENICOLA, Esq.,              New York, Section, Block and        ment $298,673.01 plus interest      COUNTY OF SUFFOLK                    and sale.                           GO BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE
REFEREE                             Lot: Section 97 Block 3 Lot 66.     and costs. Premises will be         DEUTSCHE BANK NATION-                Sold subject to all of the terms    FOR ABFC 2005-OPT1 TRUST,
IB, 24956, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,         Approximate amount of judg-         sold subject to provisions of       AL TRUST COMPANY, AS                 and conditions contained in         ABFC ASSET-BACKED CER-
21                                  ment $304,164.30 plus inter-        filed Judgment Index #6484/08.       TRUSTEE FOR LONG BEACH               said judgment and terms of          TIFICATES, SERIES 2005-
                                    est and costs. Premises will        Armand Araujo, Referee,             MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST                  sale.                               OPT1, Plaintiff, AGAINST
       NOTICE OF SALE               be sold subject to provisions       Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        2005-WL1, Plaintiff against          Approximate amount of judg-         ARCANGEL PEREZ, ET AL.,
SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               of filed Judgment Index #07-         for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       JUAN       RUBIO,        et     al   ment $193,807.72 plus interest      Defendant(s). Pursuant to a
OF SUFFOLK - U.S. BANK,             27100. Danielle I. Schwager,        Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:       Defendant(s).                        and costs.                          judgment of foreclosure and
N.A. AS TRUSTEE C/O                 Referee,                            12/29/2009                          Pursuant to a Judgment of            INDEX NO. 44913/08                  sale duly dated 11/5/2009, I,
HOMECOMINGS FINANCIAL               SHAPIRO, DICARO &                   IB, 24969, 1/7, 14, 21, 28          Foreclosure and Sale entered         Mark A. Murry, Esq.,                the undersigned Referee will
NETWORK, INC., Plaintiff,           BARAK, LLP, Attorney for                                                on June 17, 2008.                    REFEREE                             sell at public auction at the Is-
AGAINST MARC HUSSEY, ET             Plaintiff 250 Mile Crossing                NOTICE OF SALE               I, the undersigned Referee will      IB, 24973, 1/7, 14, 21, 28          lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,
AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant         Boulevard, Rochester, NY                   SUPREME COURT:               sell at public auction at the                                            Islip, New York, on 2/9/2010 at
to a judgment of foreclosure        14624 Dated: 12/24/2009                   SUFFOLK COUNTY                front steps of the Islip Town               NOTICE OF SALE               4:00 PM, premises known as
and sale duly dated 2/27/2008,      IB, 24960, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,         DEUTSCHE BANK NATION-               Hall, 655 Main Street, Islip,               SUPREME COURT:               1084 BAY SHORE AVENUE,
I, the undersigned Referee will     21                                  AL TRUST COMPANY, AS                N.Y. on the 9th day of Febru-              SUFFOLK COUNTY                BAY SHORE, NY 11706. All
sell at public auction at the Is-                                       TRUSTEE FOR LONG BEACH              ary, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. premises      DEUTSCHE          BANK       NA-    that certain plot piece or par-
lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,            NOTICE OF SALE               MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST                 Beginning at a point on the          TIONAL TRUST COMPANY                cel of land, with the buildings
Islip, New York, on 1/28/2010       SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               2006-10; Plaintiff(s)               northwesterly side of Pamela         AS TRUSTEE UNDER THE                and improvements thereon
at 9:00 AM, premises known as       OF SUFFOLK - DEUTSCHE               vs. MIGUEL A. ESTEVEZ; et           Road, distant northwesterly          POOLING AND SERVICING               erected, situate, lying and be-
23 SEABREEZE LANE, WEST             BANK NATIONAL TRUST                 al; Defendant(s)                    552.16 feet as measured along        AGREEMENT SERIES INDX               ing in the Town of ISLIP, Coun-
ISLIP, NY 11795. All that cer-      COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE                 Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s):     the northeasterly side of Pa-        2006-AR27; Plaintiff(s)             ty of Suffolk and State of New
tain plot piece or parcel of        FOR       FIRST     FRANKLIN        ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSO-            mela Road from the northerly         vs.     ABRAHAM         VIZCAR-     York, Section, Block and Lot:
land, with the buildings and        MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST                 CIATES, P.C., 2 Summit Court,       end of a curve connecting the        RA; EVA VIZCARRA; et al;            287-2-40. Approximate amount
improvements thereon erect-         2006-FF5, MORTGAGE PASS-            Fishkill, New York, 12524,          northeasterly side of Pamela         Defendant(s)                        of judgment $387,019.63 plus
ed, situate, lying and being        THROUGH CERTIFICATES,               845.897.1600                        Road and the northeasterly           Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s):     interest and costs. Premises
in the Town of ISLIP, County        SERIES 2006-FF5, Plaintiff,         Pursuant to judgment of             side of Bruce Lane; Running          ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSO-            will be sold subject to provi-
of Suffolk and State of New         AGAINST JEAN CHARLES, ET            foreclosure and sale granted        thence north 48 degrees 04           CIATES, P.C., 2 Summit Court,       sions of filed Judgment Index
York, Section, Block and Lot:       AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant to      herein on or about October 30,      minutes 50 seconds west              Fishkill, New York, 12524,          #15701/08. William F. Mackey,
474.00-02.00-050.019. Approxi-      a judgment of foreclosure and       2009, I will sell at Public Auc-    along the northeasterly side         845.897.1600                        Jr., Referee,
mate amount of judgment             sale duly dated 11/6/2009, I,       tion to the highest bidder at Is-   of Pamela Road, 75.20 feet           Pursuant to judgment of fore-       Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys
$751,868.24 plus interest and       the undersigned Referee will        lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     to the division line of lot 202      closure and sale entered here-      for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,
costs. Premises will be sold        sell at public auction at the Is-   Islip, NY 11751.                    on said map; Thence north            in on or about September 15,        Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:
subject to provisions of filed       lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     On February 4, 2010 at 10:00        41 degrees 55 minutes 10 sec-        2009, I will sell at Public Auc-    12/31/2009
Judgment Index #9714/07.            Islip, New York, on 1/28/2010       AM                                  onds east along said division        tion to the highest bidder at Is-   IB, 24976, 1/7, 14, 21, 28
Philip Goglas, Referee,             at 10:00 AM, premises known         Premises known as 20 Blue           line 150 feet to map of Brent-       lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,
Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        as 10 EAST ELM STREET,              Jay Drive, Brentwood, NY            wood oaks, section number            Islip, NY 11751.                           NOTICE OF SALE
for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       CENTRAL ISLIP, NY 11722. All        11717                               5; Thence along said map the         On February 8, 2010 at 10:00        SUPREME COURT - COUNTY
Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:       that certain plot piece or par-     District: 0500 Section: 034.00      following courses and dis-           AM                                  OF SUFFOLK. JP Morgan
12/23/2009                          cel of land, with the buildings     Block: 02.00 Lot: 030.000           tances; 1. south 48 degrees 04       Premises known as 10 Pros-          Chase Bank, N.A., Plaintiff
IB, 24957, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,         and improvements thereon            ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT,              minutes 50 seconds east 32.88        pect Avenue, Brentwood, NY          against Rosario Palacios Al-
21                                  erected, situate, lying and be-     PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,            feet; 2. south 46 degrees 39         11717                               varenga, et al., Defendant(s).
                                    ing in the Town of ISLIP, Coun-     situate, lying and being in the     minutes 40 seconds east 42.34        District: 0500 Section: 095.00      Pursuant to a judgment of
       NOTICE OF SALE               ty of Suffolk and State of New      Town of Islip, County of Suf-       feet to the division line lot 202    Block: 02.00 Lot: 006.000           foreclosure and sale entered
SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               York, Section, Block and Lot:       folk and State of New York,         and 201 on said map; Thence          ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT,              herein and dated June 18, 2009,
OF SUFFOLK - BANK OF                142.00-02.00-047.000. Approxi-      as shown on a certain map           south 41 degrees 55 minutes          PIECE, OR PARCEL OF                 I, the undersigned Referee will
AMERICA, NATIONAL AS-               mate amount of judgment             entitled, “Map of Robin Hill at     10 seconds west along said           LAND, SITUATE, LYING, AND           sell at public auction at the
SOCIATION AS SUCCESSOR              $352,091.68 plus interest and       Brentwood, North Side, Sec-         division line 148.95 feet to the     BEING IN THE TOWN OF IS-            front steps of Islip Town Hall,
BY MERGER TO LASALLE                costs. Premises will be sold        tion 9” and filed in the Office       northeasterly side of Pamela         LIP, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK              655 Main Street, Islip, County
BANK NATIONAL ASSO-                 subject to provisions of filed       of the Clerk of the Suffolk         Road the point or place of Be-       AND STATE OF NEW YORK               of SUFFOLK, State of New
CIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR             Judgment Index #27121/07.           County on August 10, 1961           ginning.                             KNOWN AND DESIGNATED                York, on February 10, 2010
MERRILL LYNCH FIRST                 Richard M. Gordon, Referee,         as Map Number 3389, being           Said premises known as 31 Pa-        AS LOT 1216 AS SHOWN ON             at 9:00 AM, premises on the
FRANKLIN           MORTGAGE         Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        known and designated as Lot         mela Road, Brentwood, N.Y.           A CERTAIN MAP ENTITLED              westerly side of Dietz Street,
LOAN TRUST, MORTGAGE                for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       Number 609.                         11717.                               “MAP OF MOTOR PARKWAY               353.08 feet from the easterly
LOAN           ASSET-BACKED         Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:       As more particularly described      Tax account number: SBL #:           ACREAGE” AS FILED IN THE            side of Church Street, being a
CERTIFICATES,           SERIES      12/28/2009                          in the judgment of foreclosure      203.00-01.00-027.000, District:      OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF              plot 75.0 feet by 115.0 feet and
2007-3, Plaintiff, AGAINST          IB, 24961, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,         and sale.                           0500.                                THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK               known as 57 Dietz Street, Cen-
NELSON F. CHIRINO, A/K/A            21                                  Sold subject to all of the terms    Approximate amount of lien           ON APRIL 20, 1929 AS MAP            tral Islip, Town of Islip, State
NELSON CHIRINO, ET AL.,                                                 and conditions contained in         $ 302,152.51 plus interest and       NUMBER 1020.                        of New York.
Defendant(s). Pursuant to a         SUPREME COURT –                     said judgment and terms of          costs.                               As more particularly described      Approximate amount of lien
judgment of foreclosure and         COUNTY OF SUFFOLK                   sale.                               Premises will be sold subject        in the judgment of foreclosure      $379,105.34 plus interest and
sale duly dated 11/16/2009, I,      H&R BLOCK BANK, Plaintiff           Approximate amount of judg-         to provisions of filed judgment       and sale.                           costs. Premises will be sold
the undersigned Referee will        against                             ment $403,908.04 plus interest      and terms of sale.                   Sold subject to all of the terms    subject to provisions of filed
sell at public auction at the Is-   SALVATORE LUCCHESE, et al           and costs.                          Index No. 16134-07. Richard          and conditions contained in         judgment Index Number 08-
lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     Defendant(s).                       INDEX NO. 21478/08                  D. Schwartzer, Esq., Referee.        said judgment and terms of          08313.
Islip, New York, on 1/28/2010       Pursuant to a Judgment of           Mark A. Murray, Esq.,               Fein Such & Crane, LLP               sale.                               Dated: December 28, 2009.
at 9:00 AM, premises known          Foreclosure and Sale entered        REFEREE                             Attorney(s) for Plaintiff            Approximate amount of judg-         Dennis O’Doherty, Jr., Esq.,
as 127 SILVERLEAF LANE,             on November 6, 2009.                IB, 24970, 1/7, 14, 21, 28          747 Chestnut Ridge Road              ment $349,264.41 plus interest      Referee.
ISLANDIA, NY 11749. All that        I, the undersigned Referee will                                         Suite 200                            and costs.                          Zavatsky, Mendelsohn & Levy,
certain plot piece or parcel of     sell at public auction at the              NOTICE OF SALE               Chestnut Ridge, N.Y. 10977           INDEX NO. 18182/07                  LLP, Attorneys for Plaintiff,
land, with the buildings and        front steps of the Islip Town             SUPREME COURT:                “If the sale is set aside for any    WILLIAM R. GARBARINO,               P.O. Box 510, 33 Queens Street,
improvements thereon erect-         Hall, 655 Main Street, Islip,            SUFFOLK COUNTY                 reason, the Purchaser at the         Esq., REFEREE                       Syosset, NY 11791-0510
ed, situate, lying and being        N.Y. on the 8th day of Febru-       Champion Mortgage, a Divi-          sale shall be entitled only to       IB, 24974, 1/7, 14, 21, 28          IB, 24977, 1/7, 14, 21, 28
in the Town of ISLIP, County        ary, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. Said         sion of Key Bank, National As-      a return of the deposit paid.
of Suffolk and State of New         premises known as 17 18th Av-       sociation, successor to the in-     The Purchaser shall have no                NOTICE OF SALE                NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
York, Section, Block and Lot:       enue, Bay Shore, N.Y. 11706.        terests of Champion Mortgage        further recourse against the         SUPREME COURT-                      The Board of FIre Commis-
17-2-4. Approximate amount          Tax account number: SBL #:          Co., Inc.; Plaintiff(s)             Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, or         COUNTY OF SUFFOLK                   sioners, East Brentwood Fire
of judgment $365,340.77 plus        246.000-02.00-013.00.               vs. JOHN EICHELE; KIM               the Mortgagee’s attorney.”           INDYMAC BANK F.S.B,                 District, 26 Fulton Street, East
interest and costs. Premises        Approximate amount of lien          EICHELE; et al; Defendant(s)        IB, 24972, 1/7, 14, 21, 28           Plaintiff,                          Brentwood, NY 11717-3721 is
will be sold subject to provi-      $ 243,496.42 plus interest and      Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s):                                          -against-                           requesting seal bids for Pro-
sions of filed Judgment Index        costs.                              ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSO-                  NOTICE OF SALE                 JOSUE LOPEZ, ET AL.,                fessional Auditing Service in
#32704/06. Thomas S. Zawyru-        Premises will be sold subject       CIATES, P.C., 2 Summit Court,            SUPREME COURT:                  Defendant(s)                        accordance with New York
cha, Referee,                       to provisions of filed judgment      Fishkill, New York, 12524,               SUFFOLK COUNTY                  Pursuant to a judgment of           State and Local Finance Laws
Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        and terms of sale.                  845.897.1600                        MOREQUITY,               INC.;       foreclosure and sale duly dat-      for a period of five (5) years
for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       Index No. 20749-08. Pamela          Pursuant to judgment of fore-       Plaintiff(s)                         ed January 22, 2009                 and for a period of three
Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:       Greene, Esq., Referee.              closure and sale granted here-      vs EDWIN LOPEZ; HILDA LO-            I, the undersigned Referee          (3) years begininng the year
12/23/2009                          McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway          in on or about October 8, 2009,     PEZ; et al; Defendant(s)             will sell at public auction at      2010. All bids received will
IB, 24958, 12/31 - 1/7, 14,         Attorney(s) for Plaintiff           I will sell at Public Auction       Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s):      ISLIP TOWN HALL, 655 MAIN           be opened and read aloud on
21                                  145 Huguenot Street - Suite         to the highest bidder at Islip      ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSO-             STREET, ISLIP, NEW YORK,            February 9, 2010 at 7:30PM
                                    499                                 Town Hall, 655 Main Street,         CIATES, P.C., 2 Summit Court,        on February 10, 2010 at 8:30            Please turn to next page
16 ISLIP BULLETIN - January 14, 2010

Public Notices                                                                                                                              Islip Bulletin
for the purpose of awarding         of lien $217,984.81 plus inter-    review will meet to hear com-       Dated:                                   enclosed entrance (4.5’ x            ELIZABETH J. LAMARCA
the contract. The Board of          est and costs. Premises will be    plaints in relation to assess-      Islip, NY                                7.4’) having front yard of           - permission to erect 2 sec-
Fire Commissioners reserves         sold subject to provisions of      ments between the hours of                       Richard I. Scheyer,         25 feet and entrance plat-           ond story additions (5.1’ x
the right to reject any or all      filed Judgment Index Number         12:00 NOON and 4:00PM at the                               Chairman          form having front yard of            12.1’ and 5.1’ x 27.3’) leav-
bids, if in their opinion, it is    08-26131. Dated: December          Village Office, 40 Seneca Dr.,              Zoning Board of Appeals           21 feet instead of required          ing side yard of 16.7 feet
in the best interest of the fire    28, 2009. Paul Sabatino, II,       Brightwaters, NY.                   7:00 p.m. - CHARLES and CAR-             40 feet each, to leave ad-           instead of required 25 feet
district.                           Referee,                                         Christine O’Shea          OLANN TAMBURO - to                   dition to attached garage            and total side yards of 31.6
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD               ZAVATSKY, MENDELSOHN &                     Village Clerk/Assessor          renew permit for two-fam-            (12.4’ x 23.2’) having side          feet instead of 60 feet, Res.
OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS               LEVY, LLP, Attorney for Plain-            Brightwaters, New York           ily, family use only, Res. A         yard of 10.8 feet instead of         A District/Res. AAA Dis-
           Dr. Roger C. Bleidner    tiff P.O. Box 510, 33 Queens       Dated: January 7, 2010                  District, northwest corner           required 18 feet, total side         trict, east side of Connet-
          Fire District Secretary   Street, Syosset, NY 11791-         IB, 24991, 1/14                         of Chicago Avenue (#1460)            yards of 32 feet instead of          quot Road (#95), 1,789.5
IB, 24979, 1/7, 14                  0510                                                                       and Harrisburg Street, Bay           required 36 feet, to leave           feet north of Harriet Road,
                                    IB, 24986, 1/7, 14, 21, 28          INCORPORATED VILLAGE                   Shore, NY (0500-269.00-              carport having side yard of          Bayport, NY (0500-411.00-
      NOTICE OF SALE                                                         OF BRIGHTWATERS                   04.00-057.000)                       1.1 foot instead of 18 feet,         01.00-029.000)
SUPREME COURT: COUN-                  INCORPORATED VILLAGE                    PUBLIC NOTICE                7:00 p.m. - RUDOLPH P. and               total side yards of 22.3 feet    8:00 p.m. - DAVID AYOUB
TY OF SUFFOLK - PHH                      OF BRIGHTWATERS                   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-               BETTY JANE ULFSTAM                   instead of required 36 feet,         - permission to establish
MORTGAGE CORP, Plaintiff,                  PUBLIC NOTICE               EN that pursuant to Election            - to renew permit for two-           to leave detached garage             accessory apartment pur-
AGAINST JOHN CASTRO,                    NOTICE       IS    HEREBY      Law, Section 15-104(3)(a), the          family, family use only,             (26.2’ x 37.1’ Irrg.) having         suant to Islip Town Code
A/K/A JOHN J. CASTRO, ET            GIVEN that the Inc. Village of     Annual Village Election of and          Res. A District, south side          side yard of 4 feet, rear            Section 68-602, Res. A
AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant to      Brightwaters New York State        for the Inc. Village of Bright-         of 39th Street (#74), 90 feet        yard of 5.2 feet instead of          District, south side of East
a judgment of foreclosure and       Annual Financial Report has        waters will be held on Tues-            east of Broadway Avenue,             required 10 feet each and            Oakdale Street (#10), 94.5
sale duly dated 12/18/2009,         been completed for the year        day, June 15, 2010, between             Islip, NY (0500-248.00-              height of 15.3 feet instead          feet west of Ocean Av-
I, the undersigned Referee          ending on May 31, 2009 and         the hours of 12:00 noon and             02.00-104.003)                       of permitted 14 feet, and to         enue, Bay Shore, NY (0500-
will sell at public auction at      it has been filed in the office      9:00 p.m. at Village Hall, 40       7:00 p.m. - ANTHONY and                  leave shed (8’ x 12’) having         287.00-01.00-085.010)
the Islip Town Hall, 655 Main       of the Village Clerk where it      Seneca Drive, Brightwaters,             GINA DIBENEDETTO - to                side yard of 1.1 foot instead    IB, 24995, 1/14
Street, Islip, New York, on         is available as a public record    NY and that at such election            renew permit for two-fam-            of required 4 feet, Res. AA
2/9/2010 at 10:00 AM, premises      for inspection by all interested   the following offices to be              ily, family use only, Res.           District, south side of Pros-           NOTICE OF SALE
known as 145 Clayton Street,        persons.                           filled and the terms set oppo-           AA District, south side of           pect Avenue (#14), 200 feet      SUPREME COURT: COUNTY
CENTRAL ISLIP, NY 11722. All                       Christine O’Shea    site thereto are:                       Baer Court (#10), 208.43             east of Willoughby Street,       OF SUFFOLK - HSBC BANK,
that certain plot piece or par-             Village Clerk/Treasurer      OFFICES              TERMS            feet east of Village Lane,           Brentwood, NY (0500-             USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
cel of land, with the buildings            Brightwaters, New York        Mayor             Two years           Hauppauge, NY (0500-                 095.00-02.00-011.000)            TION AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
and improvements thereon            Dated: January 7, 2010               Trustee           Two years           015.00-03.00-049.010)            7:30 p.m. - WILLIAM WEIN-            BENEFIT OF THE CERTIFI-
erected, situate, lying and         IB, 24987, 1/14                      Trustee           Two years       7:00 p.m. - ISAAC and RAQUEL             GART - permission to             CATEHOLDERS           NOMURA
being in the Town of ISLIP,                                              Village Justice Four years            FRANCO - to renew permit             leave deck having front          HOME EQUITY, INC. ASSET-
County of Suffolk and State           INCORPORATED VILLAGE                            Christine O’Shea         for two-family, family use           yard of 5.4 feet, rear yard      BACKED        PASS-THROUGH
of New York, Section, Block                  OF SALTAIRE                       Village Clerk/Treasurer         only, Res. B District, north-        of 6.8 feet instead of re-       CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-
and Lot: Section 120 Block 2               PUBLIC NOTICE                      Brightwaters, New York           west corner of Raleigh               quired 15 feet each and          FM1 C/O COUNTRYWIDE
Lot 87. Approximate amount          NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN             Dated: January 7, 2010                  Lane (#101) and Higbie               side yard of 3.3 feet instead    HOME LOANS, INC., Plaintiff,
of judgment $350,384.81 plus        that the assessor of the Inc.      IB, 24992, 1/14                         Lane, West Islip, NY (0500-          of required 5 feet, to leave     AGAINST DAVID MINOGUE,
interest and costs. Premises        Village of Saltaire has pre-                                               435.00-01.00-018.000)                second story deck having         ET AL., Defendant(s). Pur-
will be sold subject to provi-      pared the tentative Assess-                  NOTICE OF                 7:15 p.m. - EVA PAPPAS - per-            side yards of 6.3 feet and       suant to a judgment of fore-
sions of filed Judgment Index        ment Roll for the fiscal year            REGULAR MEETINGS                   mission to use dwelling for          6.5 feet instead of required     closure and sale duly dated
#06-28599. Robert T. Fuchs,         beginning June 1, 2010 and               OF THE EAST ISLIP                 two-family, family use only          15 feet each, to leave hot       1/2/2008, I, the undersigned
Referee,                            ending May 31, 2011 and that               FIRE DISTRICT                   pursuant to Islip Town               tub having side yard of 3.3      Referee will sell at public auc-
SHAPIRO, DICARO &                   the roll has been filed with the    PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that                 Code Section 68-419.1, Res.          feet, rear yard of 6.9 feet      tion at the Front Steps of Islip
BARAK, LLP, Attorney for            Village Clerk at the Village Of-   the 2010 Regular Business               A District, east side of Se-         instead of required 25 feet      Town Hall, 655 Main Street,
Plaintiff 250 Mile Crossing         fice at 103 Broadway, Saltaire,     Meetings of the Board of Fire           catogue Lane West (#156),            each and not having re-          Islip, NY 11751, New York, on
Boulevard, Rochester, NY            New York. It may be examined       Commissioners of the East               135 feet south of Corbin             quired lot area of 12,000s       2/11/2010 at 10:00 AM, premis-
14624 Dated: 1/4/2010               by any person between the          Islip Fire District will be held        Place, West Islip, NY (0500-         sq. feet, to leave shower        es known as 47 YUMA LANE,
IB, 24981, 1/7, 14, 21, 28          hours of 9AM and 3PM, Mon-         on the first Tuesday and third           482.00-04.00-013.000)                stall having side yard of 6.7    EAST ISLIP, NY 11730. All that
                                    day through Friday.                Wednesday of each month at          7:15 p.m. - JEREMIAH and                 feet instead of required 10      certain plot piece or parcel of
      NOTICE OF SALE                Assessment complaints must         6:00 p.m. at the District Office,        TARA MACKEY - permis-                feet, rear yard of 6.8 feet      land, with the buildings and
SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               be filed with the Village Clerk     6 Wyandanch Avenue, East Is-            sion to leave shed hav-              instead of required 15 feet,     improvements thereon erect-
OF SUFFOLK - HSBC BANK              in writing before February 16,     lip, NY 11730, with the excep-          ing side yard of 1.3 feet            all having floor area ratio       ed, situate, lying and being in
USA, N.A., AS TRUSTEE ON            2010. Complaint forms are          tion of the second meeting in           instead of required 4 feet           of 72.2% instead of permit-      the Town of ISLIP, County of
BEHALF OF ACE SECURI-               available at the Village office.    January, which will be held             and building separation of           ted 30%, Res. BAA District,      Suffolk and State of New York,
TIES CORP. HOME EQUITY              The Board of Assessment re-        on January 27th, 2010 at 6:00           3 feet instead of required 6         west side of Broadway            Section, Block and Lot: 373-3-
LOAN TRUST AND FOR THE              view will meet in the Village      p.m.                                    feet, Res. B District, south         (#34), 360 feet north of         13. Approximate amount of
REGISTERED           HOLDERS        office, 103 Broadway, Saltaire,     DATED: January 5, 2010                  side of Hunter Avenue                Central Walk, Fair Har-          judgment $620,297.58 plus
OF ACE SECURITIES CORP.             NY on Saturday, February 20,       BY ORDER OF THE BOARD                   (#290), 200.14 feet west of          bor, Fire Island, NY (0500-      interest and costs. Premises
HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST,             2010 between 10:00AM and           OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS                   Morris Avenue West Islip,            493.00-02.00-023.000)            will be sold subject to provi-
SERIES 2007-WM2, ASSET              12:00PM (date, time and loca-      OF THE EAST ISLIP FIRE                  NY       (0500-361.00-02.00-     7:30 p.m. - GENINE M. FRAN-          sions of filed Judgment Index
BACKED         PASS-THROUGH         tion subject to change, con-       DISTRICT, TOWN OF ISLIP,                012.000)                             CIS-ENOKSEN and JOHN             #32100/06. Richard M. Gordon,
CERTIFICATES,          Plaintiff,   tact the Village office prior       SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW                 7:15 p.m. - CLAUDINE CAM-                O. ENOKSEN - permission          Referee,
AGAINST NICOLE MALLORY,             to attending) to review all as-    YORK.                                   PANELLI - permission to              to leave one story addition      Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys
ET AL., Defendant(s). Pur-          sessment complaints filed by                 Laurel A. Leigh                leave cellar entrance hav-           (11.75’ x 12.8’) having rear     for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,
suant to a judgment of fore-        February 16, 2010 and to hear             District Secretary               ing side yard of 2 feet in-          yard of 20.4 feet instead        Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:
closure and sale duly dated         complaints of any person who       IB, 24993, 1/14                         stead of required 14 feet,           of required 25 feet, Res.        1/11/2010
10/5/2009, I, the undersigned       has so filed and considers him/                                             Res. B District, north side          A District, south side of        IB, 24996, 1/14, 21, 28 - 2/4
Referee will sell at public auc-    herself aggrieved.                             NOTICE                      of Columbia Street (#55),            Shore Drive (#10), 296.79
tion at the Islip Town Hall, 655                    Mario Posillico    In compliance with Article 7            121.71 feet west of Nassau           feet south of Shore Drive,       SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF
Main Street, Islip, New York,                          Village Clerk   (90-101) Public Officers law             Avenue, Islip, NY (0500-             Oakdale, NY (0500-350.00-        OBJECT OF ACTION STATE
on 2/5/2010 at 9:30 AM, prem-                       January 7, 2010    and Chapter 511 of the Laws             344.00-04.00-027.000)                04.00-045.004)                   OF NEW YORK SUPREME
ises known as 15 Florida Ave,       IB, 24988, 1/14                    of 1976 (“Open Meeting Law”),       7:15 p.m. - ALLAN GIBBINGS           7:45 p.m. - THOMAS E. and            COURT: COUNTY OF SUF-
BAY SHORE, NY 11706. All                                               the Board of Fire Commission-           - permission to leave porch          SUSAN A. DUGAN - per-            FOLK ACTION TO FORE-
that certain plot piece or par-     NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN             ers, Islip Terrace Fire District,       (9.3’ x 16.3’) having front          mission to erect one story       CLOSE A MORTGAGE INDEX
cel of land, with the buildings     The Board of Fire Commis-          Islip Terrace, New York will            yard of 17.5 feet instead            addition (15.5’ x 20.4’) leav-   NO.: 23272/09 NATIONAL CITY
and improvements thereon            sioners, Islip Fire District is    hold its Monthly District Meet-         of required 25 feet, side            ing side yard of 20 feet and     MORTGAGE, A DIVISION OF
erected, situate, lying and         requesting proposals for fire      ings for the calendar year 2010         yard of 9.9 feet instead of          to leave porch (8.6’ x 28’)      NATIONAL CITY BANK Plain-
being in the Town of ISLIP,         department dress uniforms. A       on the third (3rd) Thursday of          required 14 feet, to leave           having side yard of 22.98        tiff, vs. SANTIAGO ROMERO,
County of Suffolk and State of      sample uniform is requested.       each month beginning Janu-              cellar entrance having side          feet instead of required         Defendant(s). MORTGAGED
New York, Section, Block and        If unavailable, fabric swatches    ary 21, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. at the        yard of 6 feet instead of            25 feet each and total side      PREMISES: 31 JACKSON
Lot: Disctrict: 0500 Sec: 268.00    for all parts of the uniform       Fire Headquarters, 264 Beaver           required 14 feet, to leave           yards of 43 feet instead         STREET, BRENTWOOD, NY
Block: 02.00 Lot:048.002. Ap-       may be submitted along with        Dam Road, Islip Terrace, New            platform having rear yard            of required 60 feet, Res.        11717 SBL #: DISTRICT 0500,
proximate amount of judgment        photographs. Please provide        York to conduct and adminis-            of 1.8 feet instead of re-           AAA District, east side of       SECTION 116.00, BLOCK 1.00,
$345,308.45 plus interest and       prices for each part of the        ter Islip Terrace District busi-        quired 4 feet and to leave           Smith Street (#413), 500         LOT 4.000 TO THE ABOVE
costs. Premises will be sold        uniform, including prices for      ness. Further, the Board of             shed having side and rear            feet north of Cedar Avenue       NAMED DEFENDANT: You
subject to provisions of filed       tailoring. All proposals must      Fire Commissioners will give,           yards of 3.2 feet instead of         Extension, Islip, NY (0500-      are hereby summoned to
Judgment Index #21588/08.           be received by 7:00PM on Feb-      whenever possible, public no-           required 4 feet each, Res. B         444.00-02.00-032.000)            answer the Complaint in
William Barber, Referee,            ruary 10, 2010 and will be         tice of any special meetings            District, north side of Hick-    7:45 p.m. - ESTATE OF CYN-           this action, and to serve a
PETER T. ROACH AND AS-              read aloud for the purpose         held during the year 72 hours           ory Street (#23), 625 feet           THIA CARPLUK, DOUG-              copy of your answer, or, if
SOCIATES, P.C., Attorney for        of awarding the contract. If       in advance of such meeting              west of Boulevard Avenue,            LAS CARPLUK EXECU-               the Complaint is not served
Plaintiff 125 Michael Drive,        further information is needed,     or as soon as practicable, by           Central Islip, NY (0500-             TOR - permission to leave        with this Summons, to serve
Syosset, NY 11791 Dated:            please FAX any questions or        posting on the Public Bulletin          166.00-01.00-113.000)                second story addition            a notice of appearance, on the
1/4/2010                            inquiries to 631-581-5893.         Board, Fire Headquarters, 264       7:30 p.m. - ANA CRUZ - per-              leaving floor area ratio of       Plaintiff(s) attorney(s) within
IB, 24983, 1/7, 14, 21, 28          BY ORDER OF THE BOARD              Beaver Dam Road, Islip Ter-             mission to leave roofed-             28.9% instead of permitted       twenty days after the service
                                    OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS              race, New York.                         over porch (6.85’ x 8.15’)           25%, Res. B District, north      of this Summons, exclusive of
      NOTICE OF SALE                          Dr. Roger C. Bleidner    By Order of                             having side yard of 10 feet          side of William Avenue           the day of service (or within
SUPREME COURT: COUN-                         Fire District Secretary   BOARD OF FIRE                           instead of required 14 feet,         (#33), 100 feet west of          30 days after the service is
TY OF SUFFOLK - WELLS               IB, 24990, 1/14                    COMMISSIONERS                           to leave 2 roofed-over pa-           Pineville Road, Central Is-      complete if this Summons is
FARGO         BANK,       N.A.,                                        ISLIP TERRACE                           tios (6’ x 6’ and 12.3’ x 14’)       lip, NY (0500-078.00-04.00-      not personally delivered to
Plaintiff, AGAINST REN-              INCORPORATED VILLAGE              FIRE DISTRICT                           and shed (8.1’ x 12.1’), all         063.000)                         you within the State of New
FORD A. CLARKE, ET AL.,                  OF BRIGHTWATERS               January 10, 2010                        having floor area ratio of        7:45 p.m. - MARK J. and CATH-        York). In case of your failure
Defendant(s). Pursuant to a                PUBLIC NOTICE               Joanne Schneider                        34.7% instead of permitted           RYN M. BARBERA - per-            to appear or answer, judg-
judgment of foreclosure and             NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-          Secretary                               25%, to leave second story           mission to erect second          ment will be taken against
sale entered herein and dated       EN that the village clerk/as-      IB, 24994, 1/14                         deck having side yard of             story addition (20’ x 22’)       you by default for the relief
October 26, 2009, I, the un-        sessor of the Inc. Village of                                              10 feet instead of required          leaving side yard of 10.8        demanded in the Complaint.
dersigned Referee will sell at      Brightwaters has prepared the             PUBLIC NOTICE                    14 feet and to leave above-          feet instead of required         The Attorney for Plaintiff has
public auction at the Front         tentative assessment roll for          NOTICE       IS    HEREBY           ground pool having side              14 feet, total side yards        an office for business in the
Steps of Islip Town Hall, 655       the fiscal year beginning June      GIVEN that the Zoning Board             yard of 7 feet instead of            of 25.5 feet instead of re-      County of Erie. Trial to be
Main Street, Islip, County of       1, 2010 and ending May 31,         of Appeals of the Town of Is-           required 10 feet, Res. B             quired 28 feet and to erect      held in the County of Suffolk.
Suffolk, State of New York, on      2011 and that same has been        lip will hold a public hearing          District, south side of Wil-         detached garage (14’ x           The basis of the venue des-
February 10, 2010 at 9:30 AM,       filed with the Village Clerk        on Tuesday, January 19, 2010            bur Street (#28), 130 feet           20’), all having floor area       ignated above is the location
premises on the westerly side       where it may be seen and           at the Town Hall, 655 Main              east of North Center Av-             ratio of 33.01% instead of       of the Mortgaged Premises.
of Chapel Hill Drive, 525.93        examined by any person dur-        Street, Islip, NY on the follow-        enue, Bay Shore, NY (0500-           permitted 25%, Res. B Dis-       Dated this 7th day of January,
feet south of White Street, be-     ing business hours between         ing applications at the times           366.00-03.00-038.000)                trict, east side of Second       2010, Steven J. Baum, P.C.,
ing a plot 75.00 feet by 100.00     9:00AM and 4:00PM until the        listed or as soon thereafter as     7:30 p.m. - EDGAR and JUANA              Avenue (#19), 532.72 feet        Attorney(s) For Plaintiff(s),
feet and known as 10 Chapel         third Tuesday of February          they may be reached. At such            CANALES - permission to              north of South Country           220 Northpointe Parkway,
Hilll Drive, BRENTWOOD,             2010 at the Village Office, 40      time all interested parties will        leave driveway having side           Road, East Islip, NY (0500-      Suite G, Amherst, NY 14228
Town of Islip, State of New         Seneca Dr., Brightwaters, NY       be given an opportunity to be           yard of 0.4 feet instead of          372.00-02.00-003.000)            TO: SANTIAGO ROMERO,
York. Approximate amount            and on that day the board of       heard.                                  required 4 feet, to leave        7:45 p.m. - ALEXANDER and                Please turn to next page
                                                                                                                                                                        January 14, 2010 - ISLIP BULLETIN 17

Public Notices                                                                                                                              Islip Bulletin

Defendant(s) In this Action.        be extremely careful about any      terest and costs. Premises will     ISLIP, County of Suffolk and        NANDEZ, if living and if she        TO YOUR MORTGAGE COM-
The foregoing Summons is            such promises and any sugges-       be sold subject to provisions of    State of New York, Section,         be dead, any and all other per-     PANY WILL NOT STOP THIS
served upon you by publica-         tions that you pay them a fee       filed Judgment Index #9176/08.       Block and Lot: 270-2-102. Ap-       sons, who may claim as devi-        FORECLOSURE             ACTION.
tion, pursuant to an order of       or sign over your deed. State       Robert L. Garfinkle, Referee,        proximate amount of judgment        sees, distributees, legal repre-    YOU MUST RESPOND BY
HON. THOMAS F. WHELAN               law requires anyone offer-          Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        $370,265.30 plus interest and       sentatives and successors in        SERVING A COPY OF YOUR
of the Supreme Court of the         ing such services for profit to     for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       costs. Premises will be sold        interest of said defendant, all     ANSWER ON THE ATTORNEY
State of New York, dated the        enter into a contract which ful-    Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:       subject to provisions of filed       of whom and whose places            FOR THE PLAINTIFF (MORT-
14th day of December, 2009          ly describes the services they      1/11/2010                           Judgment Index #34866/07.           of residence are unknown to         GAGE COMPANY) AND FIL-
and filed with the Complaint        will perform and fees they will     IB, 24999, 1/14, 21, 28 - 2/4       Maria Moir, Referee,                the plaintiff, and cannot after     ING THE ANSWER WITH THE
in the Office of the Suffolk        charge, and which prohibits                                             Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        diligent inquiry be ascertained,    COURT. HELP FOR HOME-
County Clerk, in the City           them from taking any money          Notice is hereby given that an      for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       LUIS VELASQUEZ, NELSON              OWNERS IN FORECLOSURE;
of Riverhead. The object of         from you until they have com-       order entered by the Supreme        Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:       VELASQUEZ, CLERK OF THE             New York State law requires
this action is to foreclose a       pleted all such promised ser-       Court Suffolk County, on the        1/11/2010                           SUFFOLK COUNTY DISTRICT             that we send you this notice
mortgage upon the premises          vices. § 1303 NOTICE NOTICE         27th day of November 2009,          IB, 25002, 1/14, 21, 28 - 2/4       COURT, BANK OF AMERI-               about the foreclosure process.
described below, executed by        YOU ARE IN DANGER OF                bearing Index No. 0945228, a                                            CA, NA , NEW YORK STATE             Please read it carefully. Mort-
SANTIAGO ROMERO dated               LOSING YOUR HOME If you             copy of which may be exam-                 NOTICE OF SALE               DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION              gage foreclosure is a complex
the 27th day of March, 2008, to     do not respond to this sum-         ined at the office of the clerk,    SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               AND FINANCE, PEOPLE OF              process. Some people may
secure the sum of $365,750.00,      mons and complaint by serv-         located at The Juliette A. Kin-     OF SUFFOLK - HSBC BANK              THE STATE OF NEW YORK,              approach you about “saving”
and recorded at Liber 21696         ing a copy of the answer on         sella building, Riverhead, N.Y.     USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIA-              ASSET ACCEPTANCE LLC,               your home. You should be
of Mortgages at Page 174 in         the attorney for the mortgage       grants me the right, to assume      TION AS TRUSTEE FOR                 NEW YORK STATE DEPART-              extremely careful about such
the Office of the Clerk of the      company who filed this fore-        the name William Albert Heins-      DEUTSCHE ALT-A SECU-                MENT OF TAXATION AND                promises. The state encourages
County of Suffolk, on the 16th      closure proceeding against          man. My present address is 144      RITIES MORTGAGE LOAN                FINANCE; CHILD SUPPORT              you to become informed about
day of April, 2008; The prop-       you and filing the answer with      Terrace Ave. W. Babylon, NY         TRUST, SERIES 2006-AB5,             ENFORCEMENT SECTION,                your options in foreclosure.
erty in question is described       the court, a default judgment       11704; The date of my birth is      Plaintiff, AGAINST MAD-             THE UNITED STATES OF                There is Government agencies,
as follows: 31 JACKSON              may be entered and you can          1/24/73; My present name is         ELYN ESPINAL, ET AL.,               AMERICA, “JOHN DOE # 1”             legal aid entities and other non-
STREET,          BRENTWOOD,         lose your home. Speak to an         William Albert Collins              Defendant(s). Pursuant to a         through “JOHN DOE #12”,             profit organizations that you
NY 11717 SEE FOLLOWING              attorney or go to the court         IB, 25000, 1/14                     judgment of foreclosure and         these names being fictitious        may contact for information
DESCRIPTION District 0500,          where your case is pending                                              sale duly dated 11/4/2009, I,       and unknown to plaintiff, the       about foreclosure while you
Section 116.00, Block 01.00         for further information on how              NOTICE OF SALE              the undersigned Referee will        persons or parties intended         are working with your lender
and Lot 004.000 ALL that cer-       to answer the summons and           SUPREME COURT: COUN-                sell at public auction at the Is-   being the tenants, occupants,       during this process. To locate
tain plot, piece or parcel of       protect your property. Sending      TY OF SUFFOLK - INDY-               lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     persons or corporations, if any,    an entity near you, you may
land, with the buildings and        a payment to your mortgage          MAC BANK F.S.B., Plaintiff,         Islip, New York, on 2/11/2010       having or claiming an interest      call the toll-free helpline main-
improvements thereon erect-         company will not stop this          AGAINST WILLEM LAURENT,             at 9:30 AM, premises known          in or lien upon the premises,       tained by the New York State
ed, situate, lying and being        foreclosure action. YOU MUST        ET AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant      as 420 CLAYTON AVENUE,              described in the complaint,         Banking Department at 1-877-
at Brentwood, Town of Islip,        RESPOND BY SERVING A                to a judgment of foreclosure        CENTRAL ISLIP, NY 11722.            known as 80 Gates Avenue,           226-5697 or visit the depart-
County of Suffolk and State         COPY OF THE ANSWER ON               and sale duly dated 6/22/2009,      All that certain plot piece or      Central Islip, NY 11720 and         ment’s website at: http.//www.
of New York, Known and des-         THE ATTORNEY FOR THE                I, the undersigned Referee will     parcel of land, with the build-     by Index No. 13065/09 To the        banking.state.ny.us/. The State
ignated as the westerly 103         PLAINTIFF        (MORTGAGE          sell at public auction at the Is-   ings and improvements there-        above named Defendants–YOU          does not guarantee the advice
feet of Lot 80, as shown on a       COMPANY) AND FILING THE             lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     on erected, situate, lying and      ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to              of these agencies. The forego-
certain map entitled, “Map of       ANSWER WITH THE COURT.              Islip, New York, on 2/16/2010 at    being in the Town of ISLIP,         answer the Complaint in this        ing Supplemental Summons is
Property belonging to Hal Bell      DATED: January 7, 2010 Steven       9:30 AM, premises known as 60       County of Suffolk and State         action and to serve a copy of       served upon you by publication
and George E. Jennings,” filed      J. Baum, P.C., Attorney(s) For      BROOK STREET, BAY SHORE,            of New York, Section, Block         your answer, or, if the Com-        pursuant to an order of the
in the Suffolk County Clerk’s       Plaintiff(s), 220 Northpointe       NY 11706. All that certain plot     and Lot: 121.00-02.00-035.000.      plaint is not served with this      Honorable John J.J. Jones, Jr.
Office on October 17, 1889,         Parkway, Suite G, Amherst, NY       piece or parcel of land, with the   Approximate amount of judg-         Supplemental Summons, to            filed on November 6, 2009. The
as Map No. 121, which said          14228 The law firm of Steven        buildings and improvements          ment $333,081.76 plus interest      serve a Notice of Appearance        object of this action is to fore-
part of lot, according to said      J. Baum, P.C. and the attorneys     thereon erected, situate, lying     and costs. Premises will be         on the plaintiff’s attorney with-   close a mortgage encumber-
map, is bounded and described       whom it employs are debt col-       and being in the Town of ISLIP,     sold subject to provisions of       in 20 days after the service of     ing the premises known as 80
as follows: BEGINNING at a          lectors who are attempting to       County of Suffolk and State of      filed Judgment Index #7178/08.       this Supplemental Summons,          Gates Avenue, Central Islip, NY
point on the Northerly side of      collect a debt. Any information     New York, Section, Block and        Thomas Abbate, Referee,             exclusive of the day of service     11720 lying and being at Brent-
Jackson Avenue, distant 224         obtained by them will be used       Lot: 367.00-03.00-005.000. Ap-      Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        (or within 30 days after the        wood, Town of Islip, County
feet Easterly from the corner       for that purpose.                   proximate amount of judgment        for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       service is complete if this Sup-    of Suffolk and State of New
formed by the intersection          IB, 24997, 1/14, 21, 28 - 2/4       $403,087.14 plus interest and       Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:       plemental Summons is not per-       York and designated as Dis-
of the Easterly side of Madi-                                           costs. Premises will be sold        1/11/2010                           sonally delivered to you within     trict 0500 Section 076.00 Block
son Avenue and the North-                  NOTICE OF SALE               subject to provisions of filed       IB, 25003, 1/14, 21, 28 - 2/4       the State of New York); and in      04.00 and Lot 008.000. BERK-
erly side of Jackson Avenue;        SUPREME COURT: COUNTY               Judgment Index #36961/07.                                               case of your failure to appear      MAN, HENOCH, PETERSON
RUNNING THENCE North                OF SUFFOLK - US BANK NA-            William Barber, Referee,            Notice is hereby given that an      or answer, judgment will be         & PEDDY, P.C., Attorney for
4 degrees 54 minutes West           TIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS              Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys        order entered by the Supreme        taken against you by default for    Plaintiff, BY: Michael J. Bonn-
140.2 feet; THENCE South 89         TRUSTEE FOR THE STRUC-              for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,       Court Suffolk County, on the        the relief demanded in the Sup-     eville, 100 Garden City Plaza,
degrees 48 minutes East 103         TURED ASSET SECURITIES              Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:       25th day of November 2009,          plemental Summons. NOTICE           Garden City, NY 11530 (516)
feet; THENCE South 4 degrees        CORPORATION          MORTAGE        1/11/2010                           bearing Index No. 45169-09, a       – YOU ARE IN DANGER OF              222-6200.
54 minutes East 140.2 feet to       LOAN TRUST, 2006-AM1,               IB, 25001, 1/14, 21, 28 - 2/4       copy of which may be exam-          LOSING YOUR HOME. IF YOU            IB, 25005, 1/14, 21, 28 - 2/4
the Northerly side of Jackson       Plaintiff, AGAINST EDGAR                                                ined at the office of the clerk,    DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS
Avenue; THENCE North 89             PAUL ARGOTTE, ET AL.,                      NOTICE OF SALE               located at The Juliette A. Kin-     SUMMONS AND COMPLAINT                     LEGAL NOTICE
degrees 48 minutes West along       Defendant(s). Pursuant to a         SUPREME COURT: COUN-                sella building, Riverhead, N.Y.     BY SERVING A COPY OF THE            ANYONE HAVING INFOR-
the Northerly side of Jack-         judgment of foreclosure and         TY OF SUFFOLK - WELLS               grants Nelson Dagoberto Her-        ANSWER ON THE ATTOR-                MATION        CONCERNING
son Avenue, 103 feet to the         sale duly dated 9/29/2009, I,       FARGO BANK, N.A., Plaintiff,        nandez, the right, to assume        NEY FOR THE MORTGAGE                THE FAMILY OF ALFRED
point or place of BEGINNING.        the undersigned Referee will        AGAINST TARA M. TYLER, ET           the name Nelson Alexander           COMPANY WHO FILED THIS              H. ENLUND, WHO DIED A
Premises known as 31 Jackson        sell at public auction at the Is-   AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant         Hernandez. The child’s present      FORECLOSURE PROCEED-                RESIDENT OF BAY SHORE,
Avenue, Brentwood, New York         lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     to a judgment of foreclosure        address is 200 Texas Ave, Bay       ING AGAINST YOU AND FIL-            SUFFOLK COUNTY, LONG
HELP FOR HOMEOWNERS IN              Islip, New York, on 2/11/2010       and sale duly dated 7/13/2009,      Shore, NY 11706; The child’s        ING THE ANSWER WITH THE             ISLAND, NEW YORK ON NO-
FORECLOSURE NEW YORK                at 10:00 AM, premises known         I, the undersigned Referee will     date of birth is Nov. 8, 2007,      COURT, A DEFAULT JUDG-              VEMBER 30, 2009 AND WHO
STATE LAW REQUIRES THAT             as 107 SCOTCHPINE DRIVE,            sell at public auction at the Is-   The child’s present name is         MENT MAY BE ENTERED                 WAS THE HUSBAND OF LIL-
WE SEND YOU THIS NOTICE             ISLANDIA, NY 11749. All that        lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,     Nelson Dagoberto Hernandez          AND YOU CAN LOSE YOUR               LIAN ENLUND AND THE SON
ABOUT THE FORECLOSURE               certain plot piece or parcel of     Islip, New York, on 2/11/2010       IB, 25004, 1/14                     HOME. SPEAK TO AN                   OF HILDERBERT ENLUND
PROCESS. PLEASE READ                land, with the buildings and        at 1:30 PM, premises known as                                           ATTORNEY OR GO TO THE               AND HELEN HARP ENLUND,
IT CAREFULLY. SUMMONS               improvements thereon erect-         27 BEVERLY STREET, ISLIP,           SUPPLEMENTAL SUMMONS                COURT WHERE YOUR CASE               PLEASE CONTACT J. STEW-
AND COMPLAINT YOU ARE               ed, situate, lying and being in     NY 11751. All that certain plot     AND NOTICE –SUPREME                 IS PENDING FOR FURTHER              ART MC LAUGHLIN, ESQ., AT-
IN DANGER OF LOSING                 the Town of ISLIP, County of        piece or parcel of land, with       COURT OF THE STATE OF               INFORMATION ON HOW TO               TORNEY-AT-LAW, 21 MAPLE
YOUR HOME. IF YOU FAIL              Suffolk and State of New York,      the buildings and improve-          NEW YORK, COUNTY OF                 ANSWER THE SUMMONS                  AVENUE, BAY SHORE, NEW
TO RESPOND TO THE SUM-              Section, Block and Lot: 13.00-      ments thereon erected, situate,     SUFFOLK– CITIMORTGAGE,              AND PROTECT YOUR PROP-              YORK 11706 (631) 665-6661.
MONS AND COMPLAINT                  1-18. Approximate amount of         lying and being in the Town of      INC., against ELEAZAR HER-          ERTY. SENDING A PAYMENT             IB, 25006, 1/14
IN THIS FORECLOSURE                 judgment $366,884.51 plus in-
ACTION, YOU MAY LOSE                terest and costs. Premises will
YOUR HOME. PLEASE READ              be sold subject to provisions of
THE SUMMONS AND COM-                filed Judgment Index #9176/08.
PLAINT CAREFULLY. YOU               Robert L. Garfinkle, Referee,
SHOULD          IMMEDIATELY         Steven J. Baum PC, Attorneys
CONTACT AN ATTORNEY                 for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1291,
OR YOUR LOCAL LEGAL AID             Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated:
OFFICE TO OBTAIN ADVICE             1/11/2010
ON HOW TO PROTECT                   IB, 24998, 1/14, 21, 28 - 2/4
YOURSELF. SOURCES OF
INFORMATION AND ASSIS-                     NOTICE OF SALE
TANCE The state encourages          SUPREME COURT: COUNTY
you to become informed about        OF SUFFOLK - US BANK NA-
your options in foreclosure.        TIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
In addition to seeking assis-       TRUSTEE FOR THE STRUC-
tance from an attorney or legal     TURED ASSET SECURITIES
aid office, there are govern-       CORPORATION          MORTAGE
ment agencies and non-profit        LOAN TRUST, 2006-AM1,
organizations that you may          Plaintiff, AGAINST EDGAR
contact for information about       PAUL ARGOTTE, ET AL.,
possible options, including try-    Defendant(s). Pursuant to a
ing to work with your lender        judgment of foreclosure and
during this process. To locate      sale duly dated 9/29/2009, I,
an entity near you, you may         the undersigned Referee will
call the toll-free helpline main-   sell at public auction at the Is-
tained by the New York State        lip Town Hall, 655 Main Street,
Banking Department at 1-877-        Islip, New York, on 2/11/2010
BANK-NYS (1-877-226-5697) or        at 10:00 AM, premises known
visit the department’s website      as 107 SCOTCHPINE DRIVE,
at WWW.BANKING.STATE.               ISLANDIA, NY 11749. All that
NY.US.         FORECLOSURE          certain plot piece or parcel of
RESCUE SCAMS Be care-               land, with the buildings and
ful of people who approach          improvements thereon erect-
you with offers to “save” your      ed, situate, lying and being in
home. There are individu-           the Town of ISLIP, County of
als who watch for notices of        Suffolk and State of New York,
foreclosure actions in order        Section, Block and Lot: 13.00-
to unfairly profit from a hom-      1-18. Approximate amount of
eowner’s distress. You should       judgment $366,884.51 plus in-
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 State writers Hall of Fame established
                                                    A dozen inductees are part of inaugural class
  The New York Library Association will        in biography and the National Book Award.        The gala will kickoff the state’s first Em-       Business; Brian Kenney, editorial director
induct twelve authors into the newly cre-      Gordon, a novelist and memoirist, is cur-      pire State Book Festival. The festival will        for Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and
ated New York State Writers Hall of Fame       rently the New York State Author.              bring together authors, illustrators, librar-      School Library Journal; Kathleen Master-
on Friday, April 9. The inaugural group will     Her work includes four bestselling nov-      ians, storytellers, publishers and book-           son, director of the New York State Council
include ten writers who are deceased and       els: Final Payments, The Company of            lovers to celebrate the literary heritage of       on the Arts Literary Program; Bertha Rog-
two who are living whose writings have         Women, Men and Angels, and The Other           New York state.                                    ers, executive director of Bright Hill Press
made a lasting contribution to literature.     Side. She has also published a book of no-       It is free and open to the public. It will be    and creator of the New York State Literary
  The list includes James Baldwin, Eliza-      vellas, The Rest of Life, Temporary Shel-      held on Saturday, April 10 from 10 a.m. to         Web site and map; and Rocco Staino, chair-
beth Bishop, Robert Caro, Frederick Doug-      ter; and a book of essays, Good Boys and       5:30 p.m. in meeting rooms 1-7 at the Em-          man of the Empire State Book Festival,
las, Mary Gordon, Langston Hughes, Zora        Dead Girls. She is the recipient of a Lila     pire State Plaza, where readings, author           served on the selection committee.
Neale Hurston, Edna St. Vincent Millay,        Acheson Wallace Reader’s Digest Writer’s       signings and special presentations will              The NYS Writers Hall of Fame will be
Isaac B. Singer, Edith Wharton, E.B. White     Award and a Guggenheim fellowship. Her         take place.                                        physically located on a temporary basis
and Walt Whitman.                              most recent book is Reading Jesus (Ran-          The nominees into the NYS Writers Hall           at the Albany Public Library until a more
  Caro and Gordon are scheduled to attend      dom House, 2009).                              of Fame were chosen by a selection com-            permanent location can be arranged. For
the event to receive the honor in person.        The induction ceremony into the newly        mittee composed of Harold Augenbraum,              additional information on the Empire State
Caro is the noted biographer of state mas-     created Writers Hall of Fame will be the fo-   executive director of the National Book            Book Festival and Writers Hall of Fame,
ter builder, Robert Moses, and the late Lyn-   cus of the Empire State Book Festival Gala     Foundation; Barbara Genco, retired li-             visit www.empirebookfestival.org or con-
don Johnson, this nation’s 36th president      scheduled from 6 to 10 p.m. on that day at     brarian from Brooklyn Public Library and           tact Michael J. Borges at the New York Li-
  Caro is the winner of two Pulitzer Prizes    the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Albany.              editor of Collection Management at Reed            brary Association at 1-800-252- 6952. ■




                                                                                                                                                      Plans
                                                                                                                                                      approved
                                                                                                                                                        Plans to transform this vacant
                                                                                                                                                      8,750-square foot parcel, located on
                                                                                                                                                      the west side of First Avenue in Bay
                                                                                                                                                      Shore, into a mixed-use building fea-
                                                                                                                                                      turing seven residential apartments
                                                                                                                                                      was approved unanimously by the
                                                                                                                                                      Islip Town Planning Board last
                                                                                                                                                      Thursday.
                                                                                                                                                        The planned project, being de-
                                                                                                                                                      veloped by Mark Sagliocca, also
                                                                                                                                                      received its requested variance
                                                                                                                                                      from the town’s zoning board of ap-
                                                                                                                                                      peals. The Village Gate is expected
                                                                                                                                                      to house commercial space on the
                                                                                                                                                      first floor and one and two bedroom
                                                                                                                                                      apartments on the second floor, ac-
                                                                                                                                                      cording to plans presented at a Sep-
                                                                                                                                                      tember planning board meeting. ■
                                                                                                                                                                         — Jeffrey Bessen
                                                                                                                                         File photo
20 ISLIP BULLETIN - January 14, 2010


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  East Islip wrestler overdoses                    Suffered respiratory failure due to drug overdose
                    By JEFFREY BESSEN                            tress due to that drug overdose and was near death, but            What Chu did note as strange is that the federal gov-
                                                                 through medical means is now recuperating at home.               ernment is eliminating Title IV funding, which is money
  ISLIP TERRACE — The East Islip School District will              All of Long Island, and especially school districts with its   schools across the nation use to fund drug awareness pro-
attempt to use an unfortunate accident that fortunately          youthful population, have been going through a wave of           grams and services.
ended positively as a learning opportunity for both the          drug use that appears to be increasing and not abating.            “It is disheartening. What kind of message does that
young man involved and all of its students.                        Earlier this school year, Islip Town school superinten-        send? This is not an East Islip problem alone,” said Chu,
  “It is a very important opportunity of all of us, I am sure    dents held a drug symposium that targeted the effects of         who added that the drug problem is racing across the town,
that the young man will not waste this opportunity as he         heroin and other dangerous illicit narcotics.                    county, state and country. At least $1.5 million would be
has a lot of caring people ready to support him and he             Chu noted that forum and said that his district does not       lost by East Islip, he said.
knows that,” Superintendent Wendell Chu said.                    plan to hold a special assembly addressing this incident or        Chu noted that wrestling head coach Guy Leggio ad-
  Chu was referring to East Islip High School senior Nick        a separate workshop as other school district have done or        dressed the situation with his team concerning “being
Ventiere, a varsity wrestler who suffered a drug overdose        are doing, but throughout the school year there are ongo-        supportive of the young man.” Leggio, who also serves as
from two pills of unknown origin on Jan. 5, according to         ing programs.                                                    trustee for the Bay Shore Board of Education, did not wish
family reports confirmed by Chu.                                    “This is not a new topic,” Chu said regarding drug use         to comment except to say that it is a “big family issue” and
  Based on information reported in Newsday, which Chu            and abuse, “but it is an ongoing challenge throughout my         then referred all comments to Chu. ■
confirmed as accurate, Ventiere suffered respiratory dis-         37 years in education.”




          Ice kicker
  Aidan Kelly, a sophomore at West Islip High School, captured
first place in the Adirondack Luge Club (ADK) season opener,
The Adirondack Icebreaker Race, with a combined time of 1:32.555
after his second run (-0.512 ahead of the second place finisher)
on the Lake Placid track on Dec. 12.
  Kelly, who beat out five other sliders, trains with the USA Luge
Junior National Team D located in the upstate community. He
will also be competing in two races this season: Youth A Na-
tional Championships and Junior National Championships, also
in Lake Placid, New York.
  Any local businesses or individuals interested in donating to
Aidan’s Athletic Training Fund can e-mail akluges10@yahoo.
com for more information. Any donators will be kept up to date
with Kelly’s latest training schedule and updates along with
pictures and video when available. To find out more about the
sport of luge, visit www.usaluge.org. ■
                                  Photo courtesy of Meredith Kelly




Gym-tastic!
  The Bay Shore High School girls varsity gymnastics team was congratulated by the Islip Town Board for its stellar, successful season of being undefeated in league competition (7-0) and
capturing the League II championship. Overall, the squad was 8-3. From left in the rear are: Councilmen Steve Flotteron and Gene Parrington, Supervisor Phil Nolan, Town Clerk Regina
Duffy, Former Councilman Chris Bodkin and Councilman John Edwards. From left in front are: Sabrina Esposito, Sarah Sanchez, Daniella Defonte, Kerry Maerki, Lydia Taylor, coach Jeff
Reid, Autumn Beane, Stephanie Vazquez, Mackenzie O’Connor, Brenna O’Connor and Olivia O’Connor.■

				
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