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Friday, February 17, 2017

Vol. 77, No. 7

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Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) spokesman Gary Rogers, Head of the Town’s Animal Shelter Laurie Scarpa, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Town Clerk James Altadonna Jr. with Steve, a 3 year old Yorkie mix who was abandoned in a bag on Washington Avenue. BY GARY SIMEONE Newly elected Oyster Bay Town Supervisor, Joseph Saladino, held a press conference at the Town Animal Shelter on Monday regarding a recently abandoned dog that was discovered last Tuesday off of a jogging path in Plainview. The dog, a male Yorkie mix was found in a Sherpa bag by two joggers in a wooded area off of Washington Avenue. Gary Rogers of the Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) and Town Clerk, Jim Altadonna also spoke at the press conference. “We want to bring attention to the sad situation that occurred last week where this male Yorkie mix was discovered inside of a Sherpa bag off of Washington Avenue in Plainview,” said Saladino. “The dog appears to be lost or abandoned but otherwise is healthy and in good shape.” He said if the dog, who the Animal Shelter has affectionately named ‘Steve’ was lost, the Town would like to reach out

to the owner to try to get him back. And if the dog was abandoned the person or persons held responsible would be brought to justice. “This is a great opportunity to reach out to the public and get the details out about Steve,” said Saladino. “We’d like to see if there is a loving family out there who’d like to adopt this animal,” Gary Rogers of the SPCA, said in his thirty plus years in working with the organization, he’s never seen an animal trapped in a carrier case and abandoned in the woods like that. “This is a serious issue where this poor dog was confined in a bag like that and possibly left to die,” said Rogers. “If this is a case of animal abandonment we are offering a $5,000 award for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for this reprehensible act.” Rogers said he has seen similar cases like this before but never with an animal tossed into the woods inside of tightly conSee page 8

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Town of Oyster Bay appoints new leaders in various posts

In a showing of changes to come under his administration, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino announced the addition of new leaders to various Town roles. At the Town Board meeting held Tuesday, February 14, the Town welcomed a new Deputy Supervisor, Town Attorney, Planning Commissioner, and announced the appointment of a new Commissioner of Public Works. Included in the appointments is Joseph Nocella as Town Attorney. “Few people are aware of the depth of the role the Town Attorney’s Office plays in both Town government and the daily lives of Town residents,” Supervisor Saladino said. “The decision to bring Joe aboard represented a unique opportunity to bring in someone who not only has an extensive background within municipal government, but also has a sterling track record as a federal prosecutor and litigator who has always gone above and beyond the call of duty.” Town Attorney Nocella brings unprecedented credentials to his appointment as Town Attorney. Dating back to his time as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, Eastern District of New York, where he was commended by the Director of the FBI for his efforts in prosecuting racketeering, extortion, and fraud cases, Town Attorney Nocella has proven time and again to have the highest moral and ethical standards, as well as a willingness to take on the toughest battles possible to protect the best interests of his fellow citizens. In addition to a new Town Attorney, the Town Board voted to approve the appointments of Elizabeth Maccarone as Commissioner of the Department of Planning and Development and Richard Lenz as the Commissioner of the Department of Public Works. The Supervisor also announced his selection of Gregory W. Carman Jr. as Deputy Supervisor. Supervisor Saladino noted that each of these individuals brought a wealth of ability and experience to the positions they have been appointed to. “Elizabeth Maccarone has worked for the Town of Oyster Bay for nearly 30 years, nearly half of which were spent in the Town’s Department of Planning and Development, and will do an excellent job of increasing efficiency in that department while serving the residents and property owners of the Town of Oyster Bay in the best way possible,” Supervisor Saladino said. “Gregory Carman is a talented, thoughtful, and thoroughly experienced individual who has been extremely active in making his local community a better place, both through public service as the former Farmingdale Village Attorney, and through endeavors such as chairing the Board of Trustees for the Hagedorn Little Village School Jack Joel Center for Special Children,” Supervisor Saladino stated. “Greg hails from a family with a distinguished history of public service, and I am excited to bring him on as Deputy Supervisor to help build a proud future for our great Town. “Finally, Richard Lenz brings decades of municipal experience to his appointment as Commissioner of the Town’s Department of Public Works, a post he once held with fantastic results,” said Supervisor Saladino. “Recently, Richard has served as the Long Island Regional Vice President of the Society of Professional Engineers, representing Nassau and Suffolk County at the State level, looking out for the best interests to help maintain Long Island’s suburban quality of life.”

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Hicksville Hall of Fame Deadline is May 15

The Hicksville Public School District is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Hicksville High School Hall of Fame. All nominations must be received at the Office of Community Services, Hicksville Public Schools, 200 Division Ave., Hicksville, NY, 11801-4800 no later than May 15, 2017. The district is seeking individuals who have achieved not only professional success, but have made meaningful contributions to their community as a whole. Individuals who wish to nominate a candidate should provide the can-

didate’s name, address, telephone number, year the candidate graduated, the candidate’s profession, community contributions, honors and/or achievements. Nominators should explain what characteristic or achievement makes their candidate special, and include their own name, address and telephone number. Established in 1985, the Hall of Fame recognizes graduates who have achieved distinction in their chosen profession or community — individuals who will serve not only as role models for the Class of 2017, but for all district students.

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Bagel Boss hosts National Bagel Eating contest BY GARY SIMEONE

Five competitors dove in to their basket of bagels but only one came out the victor at Bagel Boss on Sunday in the second annual bagel eating contest sponsored by the National Bagel Association. The contest took place at two Bagel Boss locations across Long Island including the one in Hicksville and one in Hewlett. The event run in conjunction with National Bagel Day which takes place on February 9th. “It is our second year doing this event and the main idea behind it is to try and create more foot traffic into bagel stores and to gain more exposure into these type of events,” said founder and CEO of the National Bagel Association, Andrew Hazen. “This year for the first time we will have our first Facebook live feed in each store on a big screen TV so people can see what is going on in each contest.” Hazen is also the CEO of Angel Dough Ventures, a holding company in Westbury, CEO of Launchpad Long Island and CEO of the Bagel of the Month Club. At the Bagel Boss in Hicksville, the competitors stood side by side in front of a table with a basket full of fresh plain bagels and an assortment of beverages to help wash the food down. Butter and cream cheese were also provided. The five men, who ranged in age from 20 to 40 had eight minutes to consume as many bagels as they could without spitting the food out or throwing it up. Yes, either of those things counts as a disqualifier. Former competitive eating champion, Don Lerman, helped judge the contest as onlookers including patrons and bagel store employees cheered the contestants on.

The competitors had various strategies and methods, some electing to dunk their bagels in water and shoveling big pieces in their mouths and others took small quick bites to see who would emerge the champion. The time was winding down on the clock and it was a race between two burley eaters, former heavyweight boxer, Dave Brunelli of Philadelphia and Wayne Alajeno, nickname, Wayne Wonder. Both men were shoveling the bagels in their mouths as fast as their hands could get them in as the seconds ticked off the clock to the final buzzer. With bagels crumbs and water all over their mouths and clothes it was determined that Dave Brunelli, the astonishing consumer of eleven whole bagels, was the champion eater. “They were delicious bagels what can I say and I didn’t have any breakfast,” said Brunelli, the winner of a $500 cash prize and a National Bagel Eating Champion plaque. He said that his strategy was to keep dunking the bagels into a bowl full of water to soften them up and keep pushing himself mentally and physically. Asked if he’d be back for next year’s contest, Brunelli replied, “Sure, definitely. It was a lot of fun.” The other contestants included an employee of Bagel Boss and two men who are residents of Plainview and Jericho. Ben Keslowitz of Plainview, said that he found out about the competition an hour before it started and he did not have a lot of time to prepare. “Needless to say I didn’t do very well, eating only a couple of bagels, but overall I thought the whole thing was very well done and I had a great time,” said Keslowitz .

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Division Avenue High School’s SADD club held its annual coat drive. Under the direction of adviser Kerri O’Rourke, the club encouraged members of the Levittown school community to donate

new or gently used winter coats. The 350 collected coats were donated to Lindsay Gruntorad (Division Avenue High School Class of 2008), who spearheads the KeepNYWarm program

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Division Avenue High School SADD members Zachary Lavigne, Camila Ascencio, Sara Ladha, Megan Avner, Brianna Gavin and Ariana Rahaei helped to collect coats for the annual coat drive.

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of Origin: Building a Bridge Back from Here” The Irish Family History Forum (IFHF) is a genealogical organization with approximately four hundred members who share an interest in researching their Irish roots. Whether you are just getting started with your family research or are a seasoned pro, this is for you. New members are always welcome. Meetings are free and open to the public. Light refreshments are served. The meeting will be held at Bethpage Public Library, 47 Powell Avenue, Bethpage, N.Y. 11714 Directions: www.ifhf.org Information: contact Mary Ann Email: press@ifhf.org Phone: (631) 335-2462

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ADELPHI IS SPEAKING OUT AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE Monday, March 6, 2017 • 6:00 p.m. Nexus Building, Adelphi Room We’re honored to host renowned speakers Tricia Bent-Goodley, Ph.D., and Natalie Sokoloff, Ph.D., for “Shattered Silence: Critical Conversations About Intimate Partner Violence in the African American Community.” African American women are more likely to be murdered by an intimate partner than women of other racial or ethnic groups. We will discuss ways we can collaborate to build more culturally competent interventions to service this population. The event is free of charge and open to the public. Hosting important lectures like this one is part of our mission to transform lives at Adelphi.

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New Peruvian restaurant adds flair to menu BY GARY SIMEONE Located in a strip mall along Old Country Road, the new Peruvian restaurant, Jalea, stands out among the crowd of stores. The restaurant, which took over the location from La Parvita Bakery & restaurant, has a storefront that is emboldened in bright white letters with a red outline and a giant shrimp substituted for the L in Jalea. But it is the menu with items like trio leche de tigre tasting and tacu tacu that has the customers coming back for more. “We have some unique sounding items on our menu but are biggest sellers are traditional dishes like chupe de camarones (shrimp chowder) and of course jalea, which is a native Peruvian seafood dish,” said restaurant co-owner, Alex Salazar. He and Jenny Jaches, who are both of Levittown, opened the restaurant in late December and it has so far gotten favorable reviews from customers through word of mouth and online sites like Yelp and Facebook. “We have definitely gotten good feedback on our menu items, the food presentation and the atmosphere,” said Salazar. One review on Yelp said that the restaurant was a “hidden gem and a great addition to the neighborhood. It has amazing food, amazing service and a beautiful atmosphere. The restaurant

was super clean.” Another review on Yelp exclaimed Jalea as being, “very clean, modern and nicely decorated. I noticed the customers eating in were happy and the food presentation looked good. I would make this a frequent restaurant to visit.” This is the first time that Salazar and his partner have dabbled in the restaurant business and he said that while searching for locations to open up they both wanted an area that was centrally located and ethnically diverse. “We both thought Hicksville was a great location because of the diversity of the people in the community and because it was a great central location for people to go out and enjoy a lot of different type of restaurants.” The restaurant is another in a trend of new Peruvian eating establishments on the Island. La Candela opened its doors in Hickville a few years ago and there is also Las Vinas in Mineola and the Inkan in Garden City Park. Salazar said that one thing that makes his restaurant unique amongst its peers is the in house authentic chef who is of Peruvian background. “I think that people can tell the difference between someone who has learned how to cook a certain type of cuisine compared with someone who was born was it.”

Two Levittown Eagle Scouts honored

Hempstead Town Councilman Gary Hudes (right) visits the Levittown home of Eagle Scout Timothy J. Maines of Boy Scout Troop #323 to congratulate him on his achievement of making the rank of Eagle Scout. Pictured (L – R) are Mother Shelly Maines, Timothy J. Maines and Councilman Hudes.

“The Cardiovascular Detective: Unique clues for women’s heart health" Winthrop-University Hospital’s Inspiring Women™ educational series will offer a free program, “The Cardiovascular Detective: Unique Clues for Women’s Heart Health,” on Tuesday, February 28, at 7 PM. The program will be held at the Winthrop Research and Academic Center, located at 101 Mineola Boulevard, Mineola, in the Treiber Family Conference Center. Barbara J. George, EdD, RCEP, MSN, AGNP-C, Director, Center for Cardiovascular Lifestyle Medicine at Winthrop, will explain how women can understand and identify the signs and symptoms of heart disease and stroke that are unique to women. Attendees will also learn about the latest prevention guidelines related to a woman’s risk, as well as treatment options. They will also become familiar with how to effectively identify, manage and

improve their heart healthy lifestyle. A question and answer period will be included with the program. Guests are asked to arrive at 6:45 PM for the 7 PM program. Admission is free, but pre-registration is required. To register for this program, please call (516) 663-8300 or e-mail inspiringwomen@winthrop.org. For parking and inclement weather information, please call (516) 663-9761. The program is being offered as part of Inspiring Women: The Women’s Wellness Initiative at WinthropUniversity Hospital, a free community education series dedicated to the health and well-being of women. For information about Inspiring Women events or other programs at the Hospital, please call 1-866-WINTHROP or visit www. winthrop.org/community-programs.

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Hempstead Town Councilman Gary Hudes (right) presents an official Town of Hempstead Certificate of Recognition to Christopher Camardella of Boy Scout Troop #323 to congratulate him on his achievement of making the rank of Eagle Scout. Eagle Scout is the highest achievement or rank attainable in the Boy Scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America.


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Levittown middle school students visit with popular author

Holly Goldberg Sloan, author of “Counting By 7s,” met with Jonas E. Salk and Wisdom Lane middle school students in Levittown as a culminating activity for the district’s Summer Reading Extravaganza. The students selected to attend a breakfast or lunch with the popular writer were raffle ticket winners who had attended Summer Reading Extravaganza book discussions with Director of ELA, K-12 Kerin Slattery. They also visited the Levittown Public Library over the summer, completed work on the district’s interactive website and/or volunteered as docents at the READ Showcase this fall. During the activities, Sloan took a photo with individual students and signed their picture frames, so each has a personal memento. She also mentioned how impressed she was by the Summer Reading Extravaganza and that she wanted to be sure to meet with them prior to the start of her tour for her newly released book, “Short.” Photo courtesy of the Levittown School District.

Jonas E. Salk Middle School students are pictured with “Counting By 7s” author Holly Goldberg Sloan.

Tops in Geography at Salk Middle School

Eunice Lee, a seventh-grader at Jonas E. Salk Middle School in Levittown, was the school winner in the National Geographic Bee. Sponsored by the National Geographic Society, students who received the highest scores on a 35-question multiple-choice test qualified for the semifinal round on Jan. 27. Contestants answered questions about states, continents, oceans and world cultures in a traditional bee format. Eunice won the competition against second-place winner Chris Schwartz by correctly answering “Louisiana,” the state where the Cajun people reside. Seventh-grader Anna Conway was the thirdplace winner. Eunice then took an online test with 70 multiple-choice questions to qualify for the New York State Geographic Bee in Albany later this year.

National Geographic Bee moderators Eric Rubin and Samantha McKevitt with (l-r) Salk MS bee winners Anna Conway, Eunice Lee & Chris Schwartz.


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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, regular physical activity is one of the most important things older adults can do to promote their longterm health. The CDC recommends that men and women age 65 or older who are generally fit and have no limiting health conditions need at least two hours and 30 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity, such as brisk walking, each week. In addition, such people should perform strength-training activities that work all major muscle groups at least two days per week. While many fit older men and women with no preexisting health conditions are capable of these activities, those able to push themselves a little further can opt for 75 minutes per week of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity, such as jogging or running, combined with the same strength-training regimen. A combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity aerobic activity coupled with strength training may also provide adequate physical activity for aging men and women. Before beginning a new exercise regimen, men and women should consult with their physicians to discuss any limitations they may have and how to manage those risks while still being physically active. ADVERTORIAL

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COLLEGE NOTES Two local residents were among 1,424 students from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) named to the university’s Dean’s List for academic excellence for the fall 2016 semester. Anthony Perullo of Plainview, is a member of the class of 2018 majoring in management information systems. Anna Schozer of Bethpage, is a member of the class of 2017 majoring in chemistry. n

Rayna Cooper of Plainview, got a hands-on look at the latest products in the music industry during the 2017 National Music Merchants Association Show in Anaheim, Calif., from Jan. 19-22. Cooper was one of 14 SUNY Oneonta music industry students who attended the annual global music products tradeshow, which featured 1,800 exhibits and more than 6,000 brands of sound, lighting and recording gear; instruments; sheet music; gadgets and more. n

Morgan Petry of Bethpage, chose to spend winter break working to help others in Reading, Pa., through an Alvernia University Alternative Break program. Petry is studying Nursing at the university. n

Amy Abraham has been named to the Siena College President’s List for the Fall 2016 semester. Abraham is a/an Biology BA major from Plainview. The President’s List requires a 3.9 grade point average or higher. n

SUNY New Paltz announces its Dean's List for the fall 2016 semester, a recognition for students who excel academically and earn at least a 3.3 grade-point average in a semester with a full-time course load. The College congratulates the following students for making the Dean's List: Zachery Alexander of Plainview Liana Bellise of Bethpage Trisha Chabria of Old Bethpage David Frankle of Plainview Hana Goldstein of Plainview Carly Hariton of Plainview Erica Koplitz of Plainview Alex Mandel of Plainview Katherine Meaney of Bethpage Caitlin Mulligan of Plainview Elizabeth Nimetz of Plainview Seth Pearl of Plainview Meghan Pilkington of Bethpage Brett Pinsky of Plainview Alex Rabinowitz of Old Bethpage Alexandra Sumakis of Bethpage Samantha Warner of Plainview Alexa Weiss of Plainview Amy Zheng of Bethpage

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Abby Pickus was named to the dean’s list at Miami University for the 2016 fall semester. Miami University students who achieved a 3.5 or better grade point average for first semester 2016-2017 have been named to the dean’s list recognizing academic performance. Pickus, from Plainview, is earning a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English: Creative Writing n

Anthony DiGiorgio of Bethpage was named to the Fall 2016 President’s List at Hudson Valley Community College. DiGiorgio is studying in the Exercise Science academic program at the Troy, NY college. Each fall and spring term, the college’s President’s List names those fulltime students and part-time students registered for at least six college credits who have a term average of between 3.5 and 4.0 and who received no grade of “D,” “F,” “I,” “Z,” or “W” on their record for that term. Students must have completed at least 12 college credits successfully. n

Matt Dolan a Physics/Engineering major from Levittown, was a member of the 2016 SUNY Oneonta men’s cross country team. The team competed in eight meets this fall and finished in second place at the SUNYAC Championships and fifth at the NCAA Atlantic Region Championships. The team qualified for the NCAA championship meet for the first time in program history and finished in 22nd place. Matt competed in two meets this fall and posted a personal best 6K time of 21:27.2 at the SUNY Poly Short Course Invitational. n

Keley Abbriano a Criminal Justice major from Hicksville, was a member of the 2016 SUNY Oneonta women’s soccer team. The team finished 10-6-4 overall and 6-2-1 in the SUNYAC conference. The Red Dragons qualified for the SUNYAC Tournament advancing to the semifinals. Keley started 19 games this season and scored one goal, which was a game winning goal. n

Morgan Petry of Bethpage, is one of 37 Alvernia University students among the second class of Real World Experience Award recipients this fall. A Sophomore studying Nursing at Alvernia, Petry will use award funds for an Alternative Break to Reading, Pa., over winter break.

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Salk Middle School student Gia Stamatelo is pictured with Physical Education Chair Jeff Aiello (left) and coach Scott Mullins.

Salk student wins 2017 National Game Changer Award The Levittown School District is pleased to announce that the Women’s Gridiron Foundation and the United States Women’s Football League have presented Salk Middle School seventh-grader Gia Stamatelo with the 2017 National Game Changer Award. The 5-foot-2 seventh-grade football team running back and line backer, who assisted in her team’s undefeated season, was nominated by the New York Sharks professional football team. The award recognizes Gia for inspiring young girls to pursue their dreams with passion, self-respect and without fear. “It makes me feel great that people see me this way,” Gia said. “I feel women are as capable as a man to play

football.” The honor roll student has been playing football since she was 5 years old as a member of the Red Devils and Levittown Pride teams. Gia plans on trying out for the eighth-grade middle school team next fall and eventually the junior varsity and varsity teams at MacArthur High School. Gia also plays baseball on the Long Island Devils boys team, girls basketball, lacrosse and girls volleyball. Her passion, however, is football and her goal is to become a player on the New York Sharks team. The Levittown athletic department congratulates Gia on this outstanding accomplishment.

From page 1 fined carrier bag. “Imagine the public outcry if this had been a child. We want people to know that animal cruelty will not be tolerated in Nassau County.” Animal abandonment is considered a misdemeanor crime in New York State and is punishable by up to a year in jail and a $1,000 fine. In the interim, Steve will remain at

the Town Animal Shelter and if no one comes to claim him within seven days he will be put up for adoption. Town Clerk, Altadonna, said he hopes to see a good story come out of an unfortunate situation. “Maybe our Town Supervisor will adopt him or maybe not but we do want to find this animal a good home,” said Altadonna. “The Town is concerned about the welfare of all of our animals.”

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THE POLICE BLOTTER

Incidents that have occurred recently in the local area include: License plates were stolen from a vehicle at Our Lady of Mercy Convent in Hicksville at 10 a.m. on December 21. n

On December 23, between 9:25 and 11 a.m., an Amazon package was stolen from the front steps of a home on Lee Avenue in Hicksville. n

At 12 p.m. on December 25, license plates were stolen from a vehicle on Levittown Parkway in Hicksville. n

At 12:45 p.m. on December 31, a 22-year-old woman from Sunnyside was arrested and charged with Shoplifting from Target in Westbury. n

On Bay Avenue in Hicksville, a victim has reported that unknown subjects broke the window pane on the rear door of his residence at 9:30 p.m. on January 4. n

On Jefferson Street in Westbury, unknown subjects threw a brick through a victim’s kitchen window, causing damage, at 8:15 a.m. on January 6. n

At 4:40 p.m. on January 6, three individuals were arrested on Liberty Avenue in Mineola. The subjects included a 20-year-old man from Hempstead, an 18-year-old man from Mineola and a 19-year-old man from Hempstead. All were charged with Criminal Possession of Marijuana. n

On January 6 at 4:51 p.m., a 19-yearold man from Uniondale was arrested at the corner of Prospect Avenue and Hopper Street in New Cassel. He was charged with Criminal Possession of Marijuana. n

On Astor Place South in Westbury, a 20-year-old man from that town

was arrested and was charged with Criminal Possession of Marijuana at 12:05 a.m. on January 7. n

A $100 Visa gift card was stolen from a home at the Somerset Gardens Apartments in Plainview. The gift card was taken at 10 a.m. on January 7. n

A 44-year-old man from Levittown was arrested and was charged with Driving While Intoxicated at 2:29 a.m. on January 9. The arrest occurred at the intersection of Hempstead Turnpike and Front Street in East Meadow. n

On Westbury Avenue in Carle Place, a 25-year-old man from Manorville was arrested at 9 p.m. on January 9. He was charged with Criminal Possession of Marijuana. n

Two 21-year-old subjects, a man from Oneonta and a man from Buffalo, were arrested at the Applebees’ parking lot located on Corporate Drive in Westbury at 10:10 p.m. on January 9. Both were charged with Criminal Possession of Marijuana. n

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Rooms that are too large for the guest list can feel uncomfortable and make guests feel isolated. • Develop a budget. Budget should factor into hosts’ decisions regarding a catering hall. Speak with the catering manager prior to booking and be sure that there is a package that will fit into your budget. When examining catering packages, hosts can discuss if certain substitutions or amendments can be made to packages

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Four Friends and a Babymoon in Morro Bay on California’s Highway 1 BY DAVE E. LEIBERMAN, LAINI MIRANDA, MAYA KESSEL, ANDREW KESSEL We are four friends, two couples, from different cities, who get together as often as we can, although not as often as we’d like, to go on adventures. With the first baby expected in our group, we thought we’d take one last adventure before the greatest adventure of all. Hence, our first “babymoon.” Our adventure takes place in Morro Bay and along California’s Highway 1, a gorgeous Pacific coastal road that embraces the mood of dreamers and wanderers who tend to find themselves there. Before this trip some of us hadn’t even heard of a babymoon or Morro Bay (except in the recent movie “Finding Dory”). In thinking about winter holiday destinations, Zika prevented us from considering many Southern spots while a ski trip for a 6-month pregnant woman was similarly a bad choice. Instead, we set our sights on the Central Coast of California, easily accessible from Los Angeles airport while still providing a great escape from the wintrier East Coast. We did not know what to expect. What we discovered was an amazing combination of outdoor sports and nature, wine, gastronomic delights featuring some of the best seafood we’ve ever had, and so much more, all nestled in beautiful California coastal towns. Highway 1 is famous

Four friends and a Babymoon in Morro Bay, on California’s Highway 1 Discovery Route (photo by Laini Miranda/ Travel Features Syndicate) for its windy roads beside perilous cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The 101-mile-long Highway 1 Discovery Route is situated between San Francisco and L.A. attracts 3 to 4 million visitors a year. Along

the route you will find such popular attractions as the Hearst Castle, the Elephant Seal Rookery, dozens of wine vineyards (11 just in the 40 minute drive from Rock to Castle), oyster farms, and charming coastal

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than sit back and stare at it. Some highlights of our adventure includes a visit to Hearst Castle (http:// hearstcastle.org/), a personal guided tour along the Morro Bay Estuary with  Central Coast Kayaks  (www. centralcoastkayaks.com) watching the sunset with Elephant Seals at Piedras Blancas  (http://www.elephantseal. org/) just at the start of their birthing season in late December, a winery tour and tasting at  Kelsey See Canyon Vineyards  (http://kelseywine. com/), Pedego Electric biking (http:// www.pedegoelectricbikes.com/dealers/ avila-beach/) in Avila Beach, and relaxing in our private mineral springs hot tub on the balcony of the Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort & Spa  (https://www.sycamoresprings. com/). Our home base for the first 3 days is Morro Bay, a picturesque and friendly fishing town on the bay that is home to a state and national estuary and bird sanctuary.  Once a remote fishing village, Morro Bay is still a busy harbor with an active commercial fishing fleet. Most impressive is how Morro Bay as a community is leading the way in sustainable small fleet fishing practices nationwide, helping support this thriving fishing community. Sustainability and respect for the environment is a theme that carried through our adventure. Food & Wine This is a  bountiful wine region and our first stop on our adventure in Morro Bay is the  Chateau Margene,  one of

View from Hearst Castle (photo by Laini Miranda/Travel Features Syndicate) 10 wineries located along the Pacific Coast Wine Trail, for  wine tasting. They have two different wine flights to try and the tasting fee is waived if you buy 2 bottles. We loved learning about the Mooney Family and the production of each of the wines we tried.  This boutique, micro-winery produces only 3,000 cases a year of luxury awardwinning Cabernet Sauvignon and Bordeaux blends, as well as Pinot Noir. Owner Michael Mooney co-founded the Cab Collective out of Paso Robles highlighting the many award-winning Cabernets found in the region that rival Napa. One definite perk is that it’s open late and right in the center of town (the only winery nearby open past 5), making it a great spot to hit up just before dinner. If wine isn’t your thing

they also have superb infused olive oils and local vinegar samples. (Chateau Margene,  845 Embarcadero, 805-2251235, www.chateaumargene.com). Next stop, dinner at  Windows on the Water, a fine dining restaurant that has a  gorgeous  panoramic view of the bay and a friendly atmosphere. They also have a lively bar area, live music many nights, and regular weekly specials including $5 martini Mondays, $.75 oyster Tuesdays (elsewhere around town we hear that Tuesdays are the big crab night), and Sliders & Beer Wednesdays and $1 Taco & Tequila Thursdays. Windows, like a few of the other restaurants we visited, emphasizes the season-driven approach to continually changing menus. They take pride in their sustainably

View of Morro Bay from our suite at 456 Embarcadero Inn and Suites (photo by Laini Miranda/Travel Features Syndicate)

raised livestock and seafood and locally sourced produce, so you can feel good about how your dinner was caught and prepared while savoring in the delicious freshness of the food. Their wine flights highlight local vineyards and an extensive wine list showcases the expertise of their in-house sommelier, Chris Battles. There is something on this menu for everyone. Starters and salads range from $10-20 and are small, but packed with flavor. Entrees are between $25-39 and fairly large. Our waitress Elizabeth recommends the local halibut and pork loins. Windows is famous for its local sand dabs (a lighter white fish maybe similar to a flounder, but sweeter), so popular, that it is sadly sold out by the time we arrive. Their bread and own garlic and herbs olive oil and vinegar dip is so good, it is hard not to fill up on it before dinner. We enjoy the very crispy, full-of-sprouts crab cakes with a fresh arugula salad pre-entree. For dessert we taste the three homemade ice cream scoops, which, like the rest of the menu, rotate with the season (in the past they’ve had lucky charms and peanut butter chocolate ice cream). We enjoy a vanilla, toasted coconut, and egg nog ice cream perfect for the season. One of the best vanilla ice creams we’ve ever tried.  (Windows on the Water,  699 Embarcadero, Morro Bay, CA 93442, 805772-0677,  www.windowsmb.com). We head to our accommodations, 456 Embarcadero Inn and Suites,  wonderfully  well located in the central part of town, with spectacular views of the coast and the great Morro Rock,  so we can just  park  our car and leave it for the duration of their of our stay in  Morro Bay. The front desk staff goes


Whale Watching Early the next morning we set off for the whale watching adventure with Sub Sea Tour Whale Watching. The staff is professional, courteous, and very friendly. The small boat carries about 20 of us for the 3-hour trip. We  sail passed  the iconic Morro Rock for a great photo op and stop by the halfmile  beacon mark on our way out as well where seals tend to gather. The famous  Morro Rock, now a

State Historic Landmark, is the most distinctive and recognizable landmark of Morro Bay. The 576-foot tall mass of volcanic rock rises above the Pacific Ocean, separating the inviting sands of Morro Strand State Beach from the blue waters of Morro Bay Harbor. While the seas were a bit choppy the lighting was perfect for spotting whales as our guide shared interesting facts about the area and its wildlife. In fact, mid to late December marks the beginning of the great migration of the Gray Whale. Unlike New England and other places famous for whale watching, December whale watching in Central California is very doable. Seeing wildlife, including whales on a tour is always somewhat of a gamble  (they report sightings on 90% of their  trips). Unfortunately, we are in the 10% and don’t get a whale sighting.  Be sure to dress in layers since it can get chilly (and windy!) out at sea. After whale watching, we have lunch just a few feet away at Blue Sky Bistro. We sample a variety of items on the menu including the lobster bisque, clam chowder, Mahi Mahi sandwich, California burgers, and Sailor Benedict eggs. Blue Sky is picturesque, affordable, filling, and the service is friendly. Hearst Castle

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above and beyond. They even offer us blankets for our whale watching tour. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and even feature a gas fireplace. The inn offers  33 boutique guestrooms, each with a panoramic view of the bay and the iconic rock from a private deck. Showers come with dispensers, which are appreciated over the typical wasteful bottles of shampoo and soap provided at most hotels. The hot tub is a welcomed, very modern styled amenity, snuck away in a nook on the second floor. Breakfast comes complimentary and is a nice filling way to start the day.  The inn is familyowned and operated and pet-friendly. (456 Embarcadero Inn & Suites,  456 Embarcadero Blvd., Morro Bay, CA 93442, 805-772-2700,  www.embarcaderoinn. com).

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Blue Sky Bistro, Morro Bay Suites (photo by Laini Miranda/Travel Features Syndicate) Next up is the famous castle on the hill about 40 minutes north of Morro Bay:  Hearst Castle. The 40,000 acres of ranchland was originally purchased by George Hearst for family retreats. Newspaper mogul, William Randolph Hearst inherited the land in 1919, by that time having grown to more than 250,000 acres. He dreamed of building a retreat for friends and a place to house

his immense art collection. He hired the first woman architect in California, Julia Morgan, and together they built “La Cuesta Encantada” (The Enchanted Hill) into what is now the 165-room Hearst Castle. To tour the castle and its surrounding property, you must buy tickets in advance, as they often sell out. See page D5

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The bold & distinctly talented Georgia O’Keeffe BY CLAIRE LYNCH I like reading about people who were ahead of their time. Men or women, it doesn’t matter. Anyone who had a vision for their lives, who had a dream and chased it is fascinating to me. I looked into a female American artist who was a pioneer in many ways. Georgia O’Keeffe pursued her dream of spending her life painting and making a name for herself at a time when the art world was dominated by men. She forged ahead anyway and with a lot of hard work, O’Keeffe’s dream came true. As a result, she paved the way for the many women artists who came after her. She could paint realistic works and abstract works. She took everyday sights in nature and made them larger than life. She believed that she shouldn’t just paint what she saw but that she should put her feelings and thoughts into her paintings. She was on the cutting edge and she seemed to take pleasure in pushing people to look closely at her paintings. She is best known for her paintings of enlarged flowers, New York skyscrapers and New Mexico landscapes. She is known as the “Mother of American modernism.”

Georgia O’Keeffe was born on November 15, 1887, in a farmhouse located at 2405 Hwy T in the town of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Her parents, Francis Calyxtus O’Keeffe and Ida (Totto) O’Keeffe, were successful dairy farmers. Her father was of Irish descent. She was named after her mother’s father, George Victor Totto, who was a Hungarian count who came to the U.S. in 1848. (wikipedia.org) Georgia O’Keeffe was the second of seven children and the first daughter. She attended Town Hall School in Sun Prairie. By age 10 she had decided to become an artist, and she received art instruction at home from a local watercolorist. O’Keeffe attended high school at Sacred Heart Academy in Madison, Wisconsin, as a boarder between 1901 and 1902. In late 1902, the O’Keeffes moved from Wisconsin to the neighborhood of Peacock Hill in Williamsburg, Virginia. O’Keeffe stayed in Wisconsin with her aunt and attended Madison High School, and while she was in high school her art teacher showed her a picture of a wildflower and told her to look at it closely before she picked up a pencil or a paintbrush. Listening to her teacher’s words, O’Keeffe studied the wildflower. She

turned it this way and that. She drew it over and over. She wanted her art to be simple and to make a statement. She has said that to just copy the wildflower would have been dull. She later said that her high school art teacher’s advice was some of the best she ever received. After finishing high school O’Keeffe joined her family in Virginia in 1903. In 1905, O’Keeffe began her serious formal art training at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and then the Art Students League of New York, but she felt constrained by her lessons that focused on recreating or copying what was in nature. In 1908, unable to fund further education, she worked for two years as a commercial illustrator, and then spent seven years between 1911 and 1918 teaching in Virginia, Texas and South Carolina. It was while she was teaching at Columbia College in Columbia, S.C., that O’Keeffe began a series of abstract charcoal drawings. She was one of the first American artists to practice “pure abstraction,” according to the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. (biography.com) O’Keeffe mailed a few of her drawings to a friend and former classmate who showed the work to Alfred Stieglitz, a N.Y. art dealer and photogra-

pher. Impressed by O’Keeffe’s work, he and O’Keeffe began a correspondence and without telling O’Keeffe, Stieglitz exhibited 10 of her drawings at the 291 Gallery in New York (on Fifth Ave.) in 1916. She didn’t know about the exhibit, but allowed him to continue to show the work. In 1917, he presented her first solo show. A year later she moved to New York, and Stieglitz found a place for her to live and work. He also provided financial support for her to focus on her art. Their relationship deepened and in 1924 Stieglitz and O’Keeffe married. They lived in New York City and spent their summers in Lake George, N.Y., where Stieglitz’s family had a home. Inspired by the vibrancy of the modern art movement, she began to experiment with perspective, painting larger-scale close-ups of flowers, the first of which was “Petunia No. 2,” which was exhibited in 1925, followed by works such as “Black Iris” (1926) and “Oriental Poppies” (1928). “If I could paint the flower exactly as I see it no one would see what I see because I would paint it small like the flower is small,” O’Keeffe once explained. “So I said to myself - I’ll paint what See page D7


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Don’t Worry. Be Happy! It’s Nickels and Dimes. BY TOM MARGENAU

I am always surprised at the number of people who are so darn intent on squeezing every last nickel they can out of their Social Security benefits. I get that people want to get all the benefits for which they are eligible. But some folks seem absolutely obsessed about the issue. I swear they must lie awake at night, worrying about decisions they think will cost them thousands of dollars in lost benefits, but in reality are usually a matter of nickels and dimes. I’ve saved up a few emails from some of these readers to share them with you today. Q: I will turn 70 on April 22, 2017. I want to make sure I get the full 32 percent bonus for delaying my retirement until that age. I’m afraid that if I file for those benefits a little early, like in March, for example, that they will start my checks in March and I will lose my bonus. Should I wait until April 21 to file? A: It sounds like you think the 32 percent delayed retirement bonus is an all or nothing deal. In other words, you assume you get an extra 32 percent added to your monthly benefits if you wait until exactly age 70 to file. But that is not how it works. Instead, the delayed retirement credits are calculated this way. You get an extra two-thirds of one percent added to your Social Security benefit rate for each month you delay retirement beyond age 66. That comes out to 8 percent per year, or 32 percent if you wait until age 70 to file. So, you can file for benefits tomorrow and just tell the Social Security people you want your benefits to start in April when you are 70. And if the worst-case scenario happens, and they start your benefits right away, you would end up getting about a 31 percent bonus instead of 32. And if that were to happen, you could either keep the extra Social Security check or two that you get, or you could go back to your Social Security office and tell them to change the effective date of your benefits to April. Q: I will be 63 in June. I want my benefits to begin then. I understand I will get about 80 percent of my benefits if I do that. I don’t want to take any more reduction than that. How can I make sure my checks start in June? A: You can do whatever you want to do, of course. After all, they are your Social Security benefits. So when you fill out your retirement application, just make sure you indicate June 2017 as the month you want your Social Security checks to start. But frankly, I am a little confused why you are so worried that your benefits start exactly at age 63. Your monthly benefit rate is reduced about one-half of one percent for each month they are

taken before age 66. (The reduction rate is actually five-ninths of one percent for some of the months, and five-twelfths of one percent for the other months. That’s why I just round it out to about one half of one percent.) You were right that if you take your benefits at 63, you would get 80 percent. But if, for example, they were to start a couple months earlier, you’d get maybe 78 or 79 percent. In other words, you’d lose a few bucks per month, but you’d gain one or two Social Security checks. So again, just make sure you indicate June as your starting date when you fill out your retirement application. But if mistakes are made, and you get a couple extra checks with a one or two percent reduction, don’t lose too much sleep over it. And go to your local Social Security office to correct things if you want. Q: I will be 66 next year. I have worked all my life and have always paid taxes on the maximum amount of earnings that could be taxed for Social Security purposes. But my employer just downsized, and I won’t make the max this year. So now I won’t get the maximum Social Security benefit. I’m just sick over this. I’ve been waiting for a long time to get this maximum benefit, and now it’s gone. Can I pay in the difference myself to get back to the maximum? A: No, you can’t pay the taxes on your own. But there is absolutely nothing special about the so-called “maximum” Social Security benefit. It is not like you get some kind of bonus for reaching that milestone. Like everyone else, you simply get a retirement benefit rate that is based on your highest 35 years of inflation-indexed earnings. So if you come up a little shy of the maximum taxable earnings this year, you might make up for it by having earned the maximum in all those prior years -- especially since those past years are adjusted for inflation. And if you don’t end up with the maximum benefit -- so what? What’s the big deal if instead of getting $2,687 per month, you start getting $2,685 per month? As I said in the introduction to this column, it’s all nickels and dimes. And I need to make one more important point about this whole maximum retirement benefit business. That $2,687 figure I just quoted is the maximum monthly retirement benefit for 2017. But that does not mean it is the absolute maximum amount of monthly Social Security benefits that anyone can get from the government. Indeed, there are millions of retirees who get much more than that. $2,687 is the maximum benefit payable to someone turning 66 in 2017 who has paid taxes on maximum Social Security earnings for 35 years. But there are many seniors who work well beyond age 66. And they

get much more than $2,687 per month because of delayed retirement credits paid up until age 70 and because the extra earnings they add to their Social Security account after age 66 will be used to increase their monthly retirement check.

If you have a Social Security question, Tom Margenau has the answer. Contact him at thomas.margenau@comcast.net. COPYRIGHT 2017 CREATORS.COM

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Four Friends & a Babymoon in Morro Bay on California’s Highway 1 C ontinued from page D3 A bus with an audio introduction leads visitors up the gorgeous winding road to the top of the “Enchanted Hill”. The views from the top of the hill alone are worth the trip. We take the Grand Room Tour, where the knowledgeable docent leads us around the property and through the

President Roosevelt and the New Deal, and Union strikes and boycotts of his properties, the financial strength of his empire began to suffer. Even amidst the declined circulation of his major publications, Hearst continued his outlandish purchases of expensive art and antiques. Ultimately Hearst went into millions of dollars of debt (when a

Kayaking in the Morro Bay Estuary, perfect activity for a babymoon (photo by Dave E. Leiberman/Travel Features Syndicate) Assembly Room, the Refectory, Billiard Room, and Theater, getting a sense of what it would have been like for guests who visited W.H. Hearst. Sitting at 200year old Italian wood tables amidst sterling silver candles and scepters from Ireland, and medieval hand-painted silk banners from Siena, Italy overhead, diners would use paper napkins, Heinz Ketchup bottles and yellow mustard, as the media mogul believed a casual atmosphere would make his guests (often celebrities and politicians) more likely to open up and share stories. Beginning building his San Simeon retreat in the 1920s, Hearst was able to capitalize on the many European collectors desperate to sell after WWI had left much of the region in shambles. Every surface of the rooms is decorated with pieces from his collection (about 25,000 artifacts). Not one to follow advice of art dealers or others, his collection represents his own eclectic taste, which encompassed everything from 15th Century BC Egyptian statues, 16th Century Spanish and 18th Century Italian ceilings, 6th Century BC Greek terracotta pottery, Renaissance paintings, Flemish tapestries, 15th Century Gothic fireplaces, 15th century religious painting, and much more. For most of the 20th century, the estate even had the world’s largest private zoo, with guests driving up alongside bison, elk, zebras, llamas, kangaroos, camels, sambar deer from India, African and Asian antelope and other exotic animals. With Hearst’s public opposition to

million dollars really meant something), had to sell his exotic animals to the Los Angeles Zoo, stopped construction on his estate, leaving parts of the exterior unfinished, sold off much of his art collection and had to pay rent to live in his San Simeon castle. (Hearst Castle, 750 Hearst Castle Rd, San Simeon, CA 93452, 800-444-4445, reserve tickets online and plan visit at http://hearstcastle.org/. Just up the coast from Hearst Castle is Piedras Blancas (www. elephantseal.org), a famous breeding ground for elephant seals. You can’t call this a hidden gem as it is a well-known See page D6

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Four Friends and a Babymoon in Morro Bay on California’s Highway 1 C ontinued from page D3 attraction but everyone is able to get great views of the playful seals doing their thing. We have a first-hand look at young males sparring for dominance while others sleep undisturbed, groan loudly, flip sand onto their backs or cuddle. Watching these enormous surprisingly cute creatures play, it’s easy for us to forget to look out at the beautiful pacific sunset behind them. The Galley Seafood Grill & Bar is recommended to us by the captain of our whale watching tour as the place to go to really treat yourself, “especially if you want incredibly fresh seafood”. The Galley has a wall of windows overlooking the Bay, warm, modern decor, intimate tables and cozy booths for larger groups. Highlighting their belief in serving only the finest and freshest, their specialty is their “Naked Fish”, with a trio of light sauces served on the side. We share a series of dishes: a perfect Caesar salad with Spanish anchovies, Ceviche, the Original Galley Clam Chowder (their same secret recipe since 1966), Pan Seared Scallops, Blackened Pacific Rockfish (Naked), and a New Zealand Rack of Lamb with Kalamata olive tapenade. The portions are well sized and even the appetizers are ample enough to share. The Blackened Pacific Rockfish was cooked so perfectly it seems to melt in your mouth, and indeed, is so flavorful there is no need for the delicious sauces offered on the side. We top off our meal with their Grand Marnier Creme Bruleé. With nice size portions, the freshest ingredients, distinctive flavors,

and attentive service, we love every minute of our dining experience at The Galley. (The Galley Seafood Grill & Bar, 899 Embarcadero Morro Bay, CA 93442) Kayaking Estuary

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After breakfast at The Embarcadero, we set out for our next great outdoor adventure kayaking in the Morro Bay Estuary Natural Preserve. We meet Craig, our  guide from  Central Coast Outdoors for the tour, who provides an intimate and comprehensive account of wildlife in the area as well as the relationship of the local people to it. The Morro Bay Estuary Natural Preserve and its 800-acre wetland are home to more than 250 species of land, sea, and shore birds, both migratory and resident, and dozens of endangered species. The great blue herons and the great and snowy egrets roost all year at the Heron and Cormorant Rookery located near the entrance of the Museum of Natural History. (The tours are complimentary but it is customary to tip your guide.) The weather is perfect and the estuary waters are calm, unlike the open waters of the bay next to it. This is a perfect activity for our expectant mother, who reclines in comfort while getting some exercise in between guided stops and her husband at the back of the two-person kayak. He takes us along the Estuary with stops to view the countless species of local birds spiraling around us. We spot dozens of bird species and lots of adorable harbor seals. If you’re a fan of

Hearst Castle (photo by Dave E. Leiberman/Travel Features Syndicate)

Elephant seals on Piedras Blancas at sunset (photo by Laini Miranda/Travel Features Syndicate) these guys, this is one of the best ways to have a close encounter, as a few seal friends traveled alongside our kayak with their pups for a while (just be careful not to get too close so that you don’t disturb their natural habitat!). We learn that estuaries are an ideal natural breeding ground providing protection from larger predators, and we got to see this firsthand. One of the most memorable sights is seeing the natural fireworks as the birds circle around, rapidly alternating between camouflaging into the background and suddenly reappearing as their white feathers turn towards you. Additionally, despite (or perhaps because of) its historically-dependent marine economy, Morro Bay has taken important steps, even leading-edge techniques that are considered a model, to protect their wildlife. The Limited Entry fleet targets ground fish using non-trawl gear (hook and line, trap, long line). They’ve taken measures to maintain clean waters so that agriculture and nearby homes do not cause any environmental degradation of these important waters. Every tour is unique and Craig considers the weather conditions of the day, tidal patterns, rider abilities, and timing to piece together an ideal tour. Craig also leads bicycle, hiking, and other tours for Central Coast Kayaks. (Central Coast Outdoors, #10 State Park Road, Morro Bay, CA 93442, 805528-1080,  www.centralcoastoutdoors. com.) After kayaking, we enjoy a wonderful lunch at  Bayside Cafe, just opposite Central Coast’s dock. Originally started in 1986 by a Cal Poly grad as a walk-up cafe, it quickly became so popular that

it had to expand to include a casual bayside dining area with a large outdoor terrace. The restaurant is bustling with a line out the door from the time we enter to the time we leave. Not a bad place to wait for a table, as you can easily kill time hanging out on the benches, dock, or grassy areas along the water. Bayside has an extensive menu filled with local ingredients and both foodie and kid favorites alike. Some food highlights are their fresh salad with grilled catch-of-the-day, amazing thick calamari strips that are meatier than any calamari we’ve had, salmon tacos, and their ever popular fish & chips (definitely get the large!). To cap off our lunch we indulge in their huge serving of homemade mudpie. Hard to choose from their list of pie specialties, but if you like chocolate, this one is not to be missed! On top of the very friendly service, big portions, and awesome food, the vibe here is familial and relaxed, the view beautiful from any seat. This is the perfect lunch spot to rest and indulge while exploring Morro Bay. (Bayside Café,  In the Morro Bay Marina across from Morro Bay State Park Campground,  #10 State Park Rd, Morro Bay, CA 93442, 805-772-1465). Morro Bay also has some distinctly interesting shops and attractions: Junque Love  (699 Embarcadero) specializes in an eclectic mix of vintage and repurposed goods, and represents the heart and soul of old coastal California, featuring artists from all over California that repurpose vintage items into new goods; (805-821-1154;  www. facebook.com/Gatheringjunquelove/) Morro Bay Skateboard Museum  preserves the complete history of skateboarding,from the early


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1930′s to present day, featuring more than 200 skateboards from all eras with rotating exhibits from extensive private collections (601 Embarcadero Road; 805610-3565; www.mbskate.com). The Estuary Nature Center located upstairs in the Marina Square Building at 601 Embarcadero is free and provides a place to experience the beauty of the estuary and learn about protecting

habitats and wildlife (805-772-3834, www. mbnep.org/Learn/nature_center.html). After our satisfying meal at Bayside Cafe, we hit the road and continue south on our adventure along the  Highway 1 Discovery Route.  First stop is the Kelsey See Canyon Winery. For more information on planning a trip,  contact Morro Bay Tourism, 695

Harbor Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442, 805225-1570,  www.morrobay.org.  For more information on Highway 1 Discovery Route, visit highway1discoveryroute.com. Next:  Four Friends and a Babymoon Travel California’s Highway 1 Discovery Route ____________________ © 2017 Travel Features Syndicate, a

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The bold & distinctly talented Georgia O’Keeffe C ontinued from page D3 I see - what the flower is to me but I’ll paint it big and they will be surprised into taking time to look at it - I will make even busy New Yorkers take time to see what I see of flowers.” O’Keeffe turned her artist’s eye to New York City skyscrapers, the symbol of modernity, in paintings including “City Night” (1926), “Shelton Hotel, New York No. 1” (1926) and “Radiator Bldg Night, New York” (1927). Following numerous solo exhibitions, O’Keeffe had her first retrospective, “Paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe,” which opened at the Brooklyn Museum in 1927. By this time, she had become one of the most important and success-

ful American artists, which was a major achievement for a female artist in the male-dominated art world. Her pioneering success would make her a feminist icon for later generations. In the summer of 1929, O’Keeffe visited northern New Mexico and found that she wanted to paint many aspects of that state. The landscape, architecture and local Navajo culture inspired her and for several summers she returned to New Mexico to paint. During this period, she produced iconic paintings including “Black Cross, New Mexico” (1929), “Cow’s Skull: Red, White and Blue” (1931) and “Ram’s Head, White Hollycock, Hills” (1935), among other works. In the 1940s, O’Keeffe’s work was

Famous Quotes by Georgia O’Keeffe:

“One cannot be an American by going about saying that one is an American. It is necessary to feel America, like America, love America and then work.” “When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it’s your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else. Most people in the city rush around so, they have no time to look at a flower. I want them to see it whether they want to or not.” “One can’t paint New York as it is, but rather as it is felt.” “I have things in my head that are not like what anyone has taught me shapes and ideas so near to me - so natural to my way of being and thinking that it hasn’t occurred to me to put them down.” “To create one’s world in any of the arts takes courage.” “When I got to New Mexico, that was my country! I’d never seen anything like it before, but it fitted to me exactly. It’s something that’s in the air. It’s different. The sky is different, the wind is different.” “Singing has always seemed to me the most perfect means of expression … Since I cannot sing, I paint.” “I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way - things I had no words for.” “Imagination makes you see all sorts of things.” “I always have a curious sort of feeling about some of my things - I hate to show them - I am perfectly inconsistent about it - I am afraid people won’t understand - and I hope they won’t - and am afraid they will.” “I get out my work and have a show for myself before I have it publicly. I make up my own mind about it - how good or bad or indifferent it is. After that, the critics can write what they please. I have already settled it for myself so flattery and criticism go down the same drain and I am quite free.”

celebrated in retrospectives at the Art Institute of Chicago (1943) and at the Museum of Modern Art (1946), which was the museum’s first retrospective of a female artist’s work. O’Keeffe divided her time between New York, living with Stieglitz, and painting in New Mexico. She was particularly inspired by Ghost Ranch, north of Abiquiú, and she decided to move into a house there in 1940. Five years later, O’Keeffe bought a second house in Abiquiú. Back in New York, Stieglitz died in 1946 at the age of 82. In 1949, O’Keeffe moved to New Mexico which was the same year that she was elected to the National Institute of Arts and Letters. Throughout the 1950s-1970s, O’Keeffe spent much of her time traveling the world, finding new inspirations from the places she visited. She said that she was fascinated by the way things appeared whenever she flew in an airplane since she had a different view of things. That inspired her last two major series - aerial views of rivers (“It Was Blue and Green,” 1960, Whitney Museum), and expansive paintings of the sky viewed from just

above the clouds (“Sky Above Clouds IV,” 1965, The Art Institute of Chicago). In both series, O’Keeffe increased the size of her canvases, sometimes to mural proportions, reflecting perhaps her newly expanded view of the world. (metmuseum.org) These works helped renew her popularity, especially among members of the feminist art movement. In 1977, President Gerald Ford presented Georgia O’Keeffe with the Medal of Freedom. In 1985, she received the National Medal of Arts. O’Keeffe died on March 6, 1986, in Santa Fe, N.M., at age 98. The pioneering artist produced thousands of works over the course of her career, many of which are on exhibit at museums around the world. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe is dedicated to preserving the life, art and legacy of the artist, and offers tours of her home and studio, which is a national historic landmark. For her courage in pursuing her life’s dream and for succeeding against some difficult odds, I salute Georgia O’Keeffe.

Anecdotes – “Quintessentially O’Keeffe”

--When her mother arranged for her to take art lessons at home as a youngster, Georgia O’Keeffe wasn’t the only student there. Her two grandmothers and two of her sisters liked to paint, also. (biography.com) --Her friends knew that O’Keeffe liked to drive her Model-A Ford out into the country and paint. She had an unusual custom, however. She’d remove the driver’s seat. Then she would unbolt the passenger seat and turn it around to face the back seat. Then she’d lie the canvas on the back seat as an easel and paint from inside her car. Painting inside the car, her “mobile studio,” allowed O’Keeffe to stay out of the rain or the hot desert sun of New Mexico. (mentalfloss.com) --When she bought her two houses in New Mexico, they were simple structures made out of adobe and straw. O’Keeffe enjoyed eating in the vestibule off the kitchen, where she would sit on the banco (adobe ledge) and look out into the New Mexican desert, studded with wildflowers and stunted piñon and juniper trees. (architecturaldigest.com) --Georgia O’Keeffe expressed her feelings about New Mexico in a letter to a friend: “I wish you could see what I see out the window - the earth pink and yellow cliffs to the north - the full pale moon about to go down in an early morning lavender sky . . . pink and purple hills in front and the scrubby fine dull green cedars - and a feeling of much space - It is a very beautiful world.” -- Georgia O’Keeffe didn’t sign her paintings. She didn’t think she had to she thought people would be able to tell they were hers because of what she painted and how she painted it.


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GARDEN CITY FOR SALE BY OWNER Quiet block. Northeast Section. 3 BR, everything renovated. SD#18. Call for pricing and appointments. NO BROKERS. 516-456-3135

SEBASTIAN, FLORIDA (EAST COAST) Beach Cove is an Age Restricted Community where friends are easily made. Sebastian is an “Old Florida” fishing village with a quaint atmosphere yet excellent medical facilities, shopping and restaurants. Direct flights from Newark to Vero Beach. New manufactured homes from 89,900. 772581-0080; www.beach-cove.com

GARDEN CITY New EIK & tiled Bath, One Bedroom, LR​/​DR combo, wood floors, elevator, doorman. $2,400

GARDEN CITY 3 Beds, 1.5 Baths, Bright Colonial on quiet block. Close to LIRR and Homestead School. Wood Floors and Stainless Steel appliances. $3,800​/​month. Contact: Jon 718-664-8702

GARDEN CITY STUNNING TUDOR CENTER HALL COLONIAL 107 Chestnut Street 6 Bedrooms/5 Baths. Family Room w/French Doors to Patio, Landscaped Backyard. Sunroom, Stainless​/​Granite Eat in Kitchen, Large DR, LR w/ Fireplace, Master Bedroom w/ Bath. 4 BR on Second Floor. Third Floor: 2 BR​ /​ Full Bath. Finished Basement w/Storage. Hardwood Floors​ / ​ M oulding Throughout. Fully Alarmed, Sprinkler, Detached Garage. Garden City Schools. A Must See!!! $1,375,000. Call 516-526-7193

OFFICE SPACE

LOTS FOR SALE

GARDEN CITY Single Window Corner Office Overlooking Franklin Avenue, approximately 16’5” x 14’. Perfect for Psychologist, Therapist, CPA, Attorney or other professional. ELEVATOR, shared waiting area, kitchen, WiFi, Unlimited use Conference Room. $1500​/​month Tom 516-877-7410 ext 101

LENDER ORDERED SALE! 39 acres $89,900. Assessed for $96,000! Pay CASH and pay just $84,900! Catskill Mtn setting w/ view, woods, spring, stonewalls! Stunning land! Financing available! 888-479-3394 newyorklandandlakes.com

Sunny​—​Quiet 3 rooms; 1 Bedroom, EIK, LR​/​DR combo, parking included. Occupancy open. $2,300 Garden City Properties 516-746-1563 / 516-313-8504

HOMES FOR RENT

VACATION RENTAL SOUTH JAMESPORT SUMMER RENTAL Newly renovated, on Peconic Bay, sandy beach. 3 BR, 2 Bath, all amenities, sleeps 6. Single family, no pets, no smokers. $14,000​ / ​ m onth + security. Call 516-456-8808

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SMITHTOWN L.I. Excl: 3-Story Office Bldg. 18k SF Gross plus Parking. 85% Occupied. Nr LIRR, Rte. 25 Proj 6%+ cap rate. $2.7M Ron @ BESEN

646-424-5317

OUT OF TOWN REAL ESTATE JUST REPOSSESSED! 21 acres​—​$39,900. Orig sold for $49,900! Fields, woods, exceptional views! Just off the Thruway! 30 mins to Albany! Terms avail. Call 888-905-8847

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HOMES WANTED GARDEN CITY: Retired couple sold larger home seeks to purchase Ranch or Cape Cod in Village. Please call: 516-747-1024

SERVICES NEW YORK MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS: Joan Atwood, Ph.D. An experienced therapist makes all the difference. Individual, couple, family therapy and anger management. 516-764-2526. jatwood@optonline.net www.NYMFT.com TAX & ACCOUNTING: Winnie Malone, CPA, MBA. Smart Allied Accounting & Tax Services. Individual & Business Taxes. Tax Problems Resolved, Financial Statements. Year-Round Accounting. Bookkeeping & Payroll. 516-626-0711. www.smartallied.com. winnie@smartallied. com

HOME IMPROVEMENTS AMBIANCE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES *Handyman & Remodeling *Kitchen Installations *Furniture Assembly *Finish Carpentry *Minor Electrical & Plumbing 23year GC Resident Lic & Ins H18E2170000 Call BOB 516-741-2154

SERVICES

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LAMPS FIXED $65 In home service. Handy Howard. 646-996-7628

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PAINTING & PAPERHANGING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING Plastering, Taping, Sheetrock Skim Cutting, Old Wood Refinish Staining, Wallpaper Removal & Hanging, Paint Removal Power Washing, Wood Replacement JOHN MIGLIACCIO Licensed & Insured #80422100000 Call John anytime: 516-901-9398 (Cell) 516-483-3669 (Office) JV PAINT HANDYMAN SERVICES Interior-Exterior Specialist Painting, Wallpapering, Plastering, Spackling, Staining, Power Washing. Nassau Lic#H3814310000 fully Insured Call John 516-741-5378

PARTY HELP LADIES & GENTLEMEN RELAX & ENJOY Your Next Party! Catering and Experienced Professional Services for Assisting with Preparation, Serving and Clean Up Before, During and After Your Party Bartenders Available. Call Kate at 516-248-1545

CHEMISTRY TUTOR: Call Jonathan, Ivy League Ph.D. AP, SAT II, Regents. I also tutor Biology, Physics, Earth & Environmental Science. itutorchem@gmail.com or 516669-0587 ENGLISH TUTOR: Diane Gottlieb M.Ed., M.S.W. SAT​ /​ ACT, College Essays, AP, Regents, ELA Test Prep, Reading comprehension and writing proficiency. 917-599-8007 or email: dianegot@gmail.com LongIslandEnglishTutor.com Providing one-on-one professional support to build confidence, knowledge and skills in every student. MATH, SAT, ACT TUTOR: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2 plus Trig, Pre-Calc, AP Calculus. Norm 625-3314 ENGLISH, ACT, SAT TUTOR: 25+ year experience Critical Reading, Writing, Grammar, Essays. Lynne 625-3314 SPANISH TUTOR: Spanish Grammar-Literature, FLACS A -FLACS B, Exam Preparation​ /​ Comps. William Cullen, M.A., Spanish, S.D.A. Chaminade HS, Fairfield University Alumnus. 516-509-8174. wdctutor06@aol. com. References furnished upon request.

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INSTRUCTION

OLD VILLAGE TREE SERVICE: Owner operated since 1989. 24 hour emergency service. Licensed​/​insured. Free estimates, member LI Arborist Assoc. Please call 516-466-9220

BASEBALL INSTRUCTION Top rated on Long Island New York State Certified Go to: coachup.com​/​coaches​/​johns-22 for reviews and info. PIANO LESSONS By Ira Baslow. Experience the joy of playing the piano. Private lessons in your home, free no-obligation piano lesson, all levels, all styles, all ages. Beginners a specialty. 516-312-1054 www.iwantmypianolessons.com

CLEANING MARIA’S CLEANING SERVICE Our excellent cleaning team will get your home or office spotless! Available Monday thru Friday 7am to 6pm Supplies provided if needed Own transportation Excellent references provided CALL 516-849-2026 STRONG ARM CLEANING: Residential and commercial cleaning specialist, post construction clean ups, shipping and waxing floors, move ins and move outs. Free estimates. Bonded and insured. 516-5381125 www.strongarmcleaningny.com

SERVICES A & J MOVING & STORAGE: Established 1971. Long Island and New York State specialists. Residential, Commercial, Piano & Organ experts. Boxes available. Free estimates. www. ajmoving.com 516-741-2657 114 Jericho Tpk, Mineola NYDOT# 10405 COLLEGE ARTS ADMISSIONS: College Counseling in the Visual and Performing Arts. Dance, Musical Theatre & Drama. Film, Instrumental & Vocal Music. Audio Recording & Production. Theatre Technology & Production. Visual & Graphic Arts. Resume, Essays, Repertoire Lists. Michele Zimmerman. 516-353-6255 CollegeArtsAdmissions@gmail.com www.CollegeArtsAdmissions. com COMPLETE JUNK REMOVAL​/​DEMOLITION SERVICE: Strong Arm Contracting Inc. We haul anything and everything. Entire contents of home or office. We clean it up and take it away. Residential​/​Commercial. Bonded​/​Insured. Free estimates. 516-538-1125

OVERWHELMED by inefficient use of living space? Drowning in an ocean of paperwork? We create order out of Chaos. Free Consultation. Neat Freaks Lisa Marx and Randi Yerman. 917-751-0395 www.neatfreaks1976.com Instagram:organizethisnthat PSYCHOTHERAPY: Efrat Fridman, LCSW. Individual, couple and family therapy. effiefrid@gmail.com 2 Pinetree Lane, Old Westbury, NY 11568. 516-224-7670 or 225 West 35th Street, NY 10001 718-887-4400

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Cat Lovers Needed

Our Last Hope adoption venue at PetSmart on Route 110, Huntington Station currently has openings for volunteers who are able to cover morning and evening cleaning/feeding shifts as well as midday meet/greet ones. If you enjoy interacting with and helping cats, this is the perfect volunteer job for you! During the year, we have friendly adult cats and kittens that are in our adoption center, eagerly awaiting their forever homes. If you’re interested in helping our furry felines, please email Lauren at lasthopepetsmartvolunteers@gmail.com Our main adoption center is located at 3300 Beltagh Avenue, Wantagh. Please visit our web site – http://lasthopeanimalrescue.org to read more about our organization and to see photos and information about all of our fabulous felines who are waiting in our various venues for loving families of their own.

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CLASSIFIEDS

Last Hope receives grant to provide free “Trap, Neuter, Release” vouchers

Last Hope thanks PET PEEVES (with our collective cat-loving heart) for a generous $12,000 grant so we can offer the public FREE TNR spay/neuter vouchers for feral cats from Feb.13 to May 1. This grant allows us to be proactive in an attempt to lessen the upcoming kitten season by altering cats before females get pregnant. We’re trying to “Beat the Heat”. The PET PEEVES funds will help Last Hope to spay/neuter at least 200 cats. Cat caretakers can apply for the FREE vouchers, beginning Mon, Feb. 13 at the link below on the Last Hope

website: http://lasthopeanimalrescue.org/fix-a-feral/ After May 1, we will be resuming our regular FIX-A-FERAL program with discounted TNR vouchers at our participating vets. Feral cats are our community “shadow” citizens, so often ignored and tormented. PET PEEVES an advocacy organization for local animal rescues truly is “The Voice of Long Island Pets”. http://petpeeves.org/ Last Hope is so GRATEFUL to PET PEEVES for their continued support of our rescue efforts.


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MOVING SERVICE

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TREE SERVICE

CLEANING RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL

Serving the community for over 40 yrs

BRIAN CLINTON

MOVERS

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CARPENTRY

MOVERS

SWEENEY CUSTOM CARPENTRY and PAINTING

Renovations Custom Closets Sheetrock Repairs Interior/Exterior

New Doors New Windows New Moldings Free Estimates

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS

HOME HEATING OIL

CONSTRUCTION

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ALL TYPES OF MASONRY Concrete • Bluestone • Pavers • Cultured Stones Blacktop • Patios • Stoops LICENSED & INSURED OFFICE 516-328-9089

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SERVICE DIRECTORY  PAINTING/POWER WASHING

SWEENEY PAINTING and CARPENTRY

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Exterior Power Washing Rotted Wood Fixed Staining

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516-328-7499 Licensed & Insured

ROOFING

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• Slate & Tile Specialists • All Types of Roofing LIC & INSD “MANY LOCAL REFERENCES”

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BBB & Angies List (A+) Rating Crown Moldings, Wainscot/Recessed Panels, Coffered Ceilings Nassau Lic#H38110500000

Suffolk Lic# 43882-H

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ELDER CARE

COLLEGE COUNSELING

Joan D. Atwood, Ph.D.

New York Marriage and Family Therapists An experienced therapist makes all the difference Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy and Anger Management

516 764 2526

jatwood@optonline.net • http://www.NYMFT.Com 542 Lakeview Avenue Rockville Centre, NY

HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT

FAMILY THERAPIST

SUSAN MURPHY, LCSW 111 Seventh Street, Suite #111 Garden City, New York 11530

SUSAN MURPHY, LCSW Individual and Family Therapist Child • Teen • Adult

(908) 868-5757 SMurphy824@gmail.com

REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONAL

Marion Cohen

Real Estate Salesperson, CBR "Your agent, your neighbor"

350 Main St., Port Washington, NY 11050 cell: 917.434.2941 o: 516.883.2900 ext. 312 Email: marioncohen@danielgale.com Web: marioncohen.danielgale.com Each Office Is Independently Owned And Operated. Equal Housing Opportunity

CHEMISTRY TUTOR

Family Care Connections,® LLC Dr. Ann Marie D’Angelo, PMHCNS-BC Doctor of Nursing Practice

19 West 34th St. New York, NY

101 Hillside Avenue Williston Park, NY

LAW

D’Angelo Law Associates, PC Frank G. D’Angelo, Esq.

Advanced Practice Nurse Care Manager Assistance with Aging at Home / Care Coordination Nursing Home & Assisted Living Placement PRI / Screens / Mini Mental Status Exams 901 Stewart Ave., Suite 230, Garden City, NY 11530

Elder Law Wills & Trusts Medical Planning Estate Planning Probate & Estate Administration / Litigation 901 Stewart Avenue, Suite 230 Garden City, NY 11530

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PSYCHOTHERAPY

PSYCHOTHERAPY/WOMEN’S GROUPS

(516) 248-9323

Efrat Fridman, Individual, couple and family therapy

LCSW

PSYCHOTHERAPY

effiefrid@gmail.com 516-224-7670 2 Pinetree Lane Old Westbury NY 11568

718-887-4400 225 W. 35th St. New York, NY 10001

SPANISH TUDOR

(516) 222-1122

Sandra Lafazan, LCSW Psychotherapist

Individual, Couple & Family Counseling Women’s Groups SLafazan@Hotmail.com 516-375-3897

Woodbury By Appointment

TUTORING

SPANISH TUTOR SPANISH GRAMMAR/LITERATURE call

Jonathan, Ivy League Ph.D.

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FLACS A - FLACS B/ Intensive Review of prior exams. This includes: Speaking, Listening Comprehension, Reading and Writing

William Cullen,

M.A., SPANISH, S.D.A.

Chaminade HS / Fairfield University Alumnus

516-509-8174 / wdctutor06@aol.com References furnished on request

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LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT: NASSAU COUNTY. GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC, Pltf. vs. KONSTANTINOS KONTOS, et al, Defts. Index #2765/2014. Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure and sale Oct. 17, 2016, I will sell at public auction in the Calendar Control Part (CCP) Courtroom of the Nassau County Supreme Court, 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, NY on Feb. 28, 2017 at 11:30 a.m., prem. k/a 8 Burkland Lane, Hicksville, NY a/k/a Section 11, Block 339, Lot 18. Said property being at Hicksville, in the Town of Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of NY, known as and by Lot 18 in Block 339 as shown on a certain map entitled “Map of Duffy Park, Section 4, situated at Hicksville, L.I., Nassau County, N.Y., prepared July 1950 by Nelson & Baldwin, Land Surveyors, Westbury, N.Y., Duffy Park Homes, Inc., owners 112-46 Hannibal Street, St. Albans, N.Y., M. Vidoni, Pres 112-46 Hannibal Street, St. Albans, N.Y.”, and filed in the Office of the Clerk of the County of Nassau on Sept. 13, 1950 under File Map No. 5066 Approx. amt. of judgment is $488,804.51 plus costs and interest. Sold subject to terms and conditions of filed judgment and terms of sale. This is a First Mortgage. THOMAS DEMARIA, Referee. DRUCKMAN LAW GROUP, PLLC, Attys. for Pltf., 242 Drexel Avenue, Westbury, NY. File No. 36522- #90631 MIT 5484 4X 01/27,02/03,10,17 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF NASSAU, EMIGRANT MORTGAGE COMPANY, INC., Plaintiff, vs. ALLEN ANDERSEN; SUE ANN ANDERSEN, ET AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duly filed on November 07, 2016, I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the CCP (Calendar Control Part Courtroom) in the Supreme Court, 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, NY on February 28, 2017 at 11:30 a.m., premises known as 9 Frances Lane, Hicksville, NY. All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of New York, Section 12, Block 326 and Lot 24.

Approximate amount of judgment is $548,304.12 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index # 14106/09. Luigi Devito,Esq., Referee Knuckles, Komosinski & Manfro, LLP, 565 Taxter Road, Ste. 590, Elmsford, NY 10523, Attorneys for Plaintiff MIT 5485 4X 01/27,02/03,10,17 NOTICE OF SALE Supreme Court County Of Nassau REO Properties Corporation, Plaintiff AGAINST Vijay Dadlani, Praveena Dadlani, et al, Defendant Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duly dated 10/18/2007 and entered on 10/22/2007, I, the undersigned Referee, will sell at public auction at the Courtroom of the Supreme Court Mineola, 100 Supreme Court Drive, The Calendar Control Part (CCP), Mineola, NY on March 7, 2017 at 11:30 AM premises known as 3165 Dorset Lane, Levittown a/k/a Hempstead, NY 11756. All that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying and being in the Borough and County of Nassau, State of New York, SECTION: 51, BLOCK: 261, LOT: 8. Approximate amount of judgment is $416,333.25 plus interests and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index # 011816/2006. Lisa Siano, Referee FRENKEL LAMBERT WEISS WEISMAN & GORDON LLP 53 Gibson Street Bay Shore, NY 11706 MIT 5486 4X 02/03,10,17,24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LAXMI MANAGEMENT GROUP, LLC. Arts. Of org. filed with Secy. Of state of NY (SSNY) on 12/22/2016. Office location: Nassua County. SSNY designated as agent for service of process. SSNY shall mail process to: 474 48th Ave, apt 32K Long Island City, NY 11109 Purpose: Any lawful activity MIT 5487 6X 02/03,10,17,24,03/03,10 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF NASSAU Nationstar Mortgage LLC, Plaintiff AGAINST

George Pelcher a/k/a George Pelcher Jr a/k/a George Pelcher Jr; Stephanie Pelcher; et al., Defendant(s) Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duly dated August 23, 2016 I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the Calandar Control Part (CCP) 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, New York, 11501, on March 7, 2017 at 11:30AM, premises known as 280 Division Avenue, Hicksville, NY 11801. All that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of NY, Section 45. Block 513 Lot 11. Approximate amount of judgment $407,086.74 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index# 16-000134. Mark Ricciardi, Esq., Referee Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak, LLC Attorney(s) for the Plaintiff 175 Mile Crossing Boulevard Rochester, New York 14624 (877) 759-1835 Dated: December 2, 2016 MIT 5488 4X 02/03,10,17,24 LEGAL NOTICE SUPREME COURT – COUNTY OF NASSAU US BANK TRUST, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR LSF9 MASTER PARTICIPATION TRUST, Plaintiff against JENNY YUN A/K/A JENNY KANG, et al Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered on December 17, 2016. I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction in the Calendar Control Part (CCP) Courtroom of the Supreme Court, 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, N.Y. on the 7th day of March, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. premises described as follows: All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being at Hicksville, not an Incorporated Village, Town of Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of New York, Said premises known as 10 California Street, Hicksville, N.Y. 11801. (Section: 11, Block: 292, Lot: Grouping 53-54). Approximate amount of lien $ 377,675.82 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed judgment and terms of sale. Index No. 08-005529. Dan Blumenthal, Esq., Referee.

McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway Attorney(s) for Plaintiff 145 Huguenot Street - Suite 210 New Rochelle, New York 10801 (914) 636-8900 MIT 5489 4X 02/03,10,17,24 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT - COUNTY OF NASSAU U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, NOT IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, BUT SOLELY AS TRUSTEE ON BEHALF OF THE ONE WILLIAM STREET REMIC TRUST 2012-1, Plaintiff, Against Index No.: 19491/08 KARL H. FRANIS, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (EASTERN DISTRICT), Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, duly recorded on 12/13/2016, I, the undersigned Referee, will sell at public auction, at CCP (Calendar Control Part) Courtroom in the Nassau Supreme Court, 100 Supreme Court Dr., Mineola, NY 11501 on 3/7/2017 at 11:30am, premises known as 57 Princess Street, Hicksville, NY 11801, and described as follows: ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in Hicksville, Town of Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of New York and designated on the tax maps of the Nassau County Treasurer as Section 11, Block 304 and Lot 50. The approximate amount of the current Judgment lien is $662,307.72 plus interest and costs. The premises will be sold subject to provisions of the aforesaid Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale; Index # 19491/08. William Boccio, Esq., Referee. SHELDON MAY & ASSOCIATES Attorneys at Law, 255 Merrick Road, Rockville Centre, NY 11570 Dated: 1/5/2017 File Number: 28120 SLC MIT 5490 4X 02/03,10,17,24 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT: NASSAU COUNTY. HUDSON CITY SAVINGS BANK, Pltf. vs. ATIQULLAH WAZIRI, et al, Defts. Index #10267/14. Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure and sale entered Dec. 8, 2016 I will sell at public auction in the Calendar Control Part (CCP) Courtroom

of the Nassau County Supreme Court, 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, NY on Tuesday, Mar. 7, 2017 at 11:30 a.m., prem. k/a 100 Princess St., Oyster Bay, NY. Said property located at a point on the northerly side of Princess Ave., distant 1118 ft. westerly when measured along the northerly side of Princess Ave. from the corner formed by the intersection of the northerly side of Princess Ave. with the new westerly side of Hicksville-Jericho Road, (Broadway) as now laid out and widened; being a plot 59 ft. x 100 ft. Approx. amt. of judgment is $331,773.25 plus costs and interest. Sold subject to terms and conditions of filed judgment and terms of sale. JENNIFER B. ETTENGER, Referee. COHN & ROTH, Attys. for Pltf., 100 East Old Country Rd., Ste. 28, Mineola, NY. #90671 MIT 5491 4X 02/03,10,17,24 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT: NASSAU COUNTY JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION; Plaintiff(s) vs. OLGA M. DECKER A/K/A OLGA M. OWENS; CHRISTOPHER J. DECKER; et al; Defendant(s) Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s): ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSOCIATES, P.C., 2 Summit Court, Suite 301, Fishkill, New York, 12524, 845.897.1600 Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure and sale granted herein on or about October 13, 2016, I will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder at the Calendar Control Part (CCP) Courtroom of the Supreme Court, 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, NY 11501. On March 7, 2017 at 11:30 am. Premises known as 3 REGINA STREET, HICKSVILLE, NY 11801 Section: 12 Block: 293 Lot: 12 ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, lying and being at Hicksville, in the Town of Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of New York, known and designated as and by the Lot No. 12 in Block 293, on a certain map entitled, “Map of Zelda Park, Section #2, Hicksville, New York, surveyed by Peter J. Pfleiderer, Jr., October 1948”, and filed in the office of the clerk of the County of Nassau on October 10th, 1949, as case # 4785. As more particularly described in the judgment of foreclosure and sale.


17 Sold subject to all of the terms and conditions contained in said judgment and terms of sale. Approximate amount of judgment $458,009.74 plus interest and costs. INDEX NO. 647/11 Jane Shrenkel, Esq., Referee MIT 5492 4X 02/03,10,17,24 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF SUFFOLK NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC, Plaintiff, Against Index No.: 604274/2015 SUFFOLK COUNTY PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE ESTATE OF ELIZABETH ANN KIELY, KIMBERLY ANN KRONBACK A/K/A KIMBERLY KIELY-BOUKER, HEIR TO THE ESTATE OF ELIZABETH ANN KIELY, ET AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, duly entered in the Suffolk County Clerk’s Office on 12/23/2016, I, the undersigned Referee, will sell at public auction, at Brookhaven Town Hall, 1 Independence Hill, Farmingville, NY 11738 on 3/17/2017 at 10:00 am, premises known as 6 Tracie Lane, Middle Island, NY 11953, and described as follows: ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Brookhaven, County of Suffolk and State of New York, and designated on the tax maps of the Suffolk County Treasurer as District 0200, Section 319.00, Block 05.00 and Lot 314.00. The approximate amount of the current Judgment lien is $435,471.49 plus interest and costs. The Premises will be sold subject to provisions of the aforesaid Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale; Index # 604274/2015. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. Dennis O’Doherty, Esq., Referee. Leopold & Associates, PLLC, 80 Business Park Drive, Suite 110, Armonk, NY 10504

Dated: 1/18/2017 PB MIT 5494 4X 02/10,17,24,03/03 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF NASSAU, WILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY, FSB, DOING BUSINESS AS CHRISTIANA TRUST, NOT IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, BUT SOLELY AS TRUSTEE FOR BCAT 2015-13BTT, Plaintiff, vs. BRUCE TOPOL; CELINA TOPOL, ET AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duly filed on October 25, 2016, I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the CCP (Calendar Control Part Courtroom) in the Supreme Court, 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, NY on March 21, 2017 at 11:30 a.m., premises known as 63 Carriage Lane, Plainview, NY. All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of New York, Section 13, Block 119 and Lot 140 together with an undivided 0.75 percent interest in the Common Elements. Approximate amount of judgment is $392,627.83 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index # 8827/13. Anthony Iovino, Esq., Referee Knuckles, Komosinski & Manfro, LLP, 565 Taxter Road, Ste. 590, Elmsford, NY 10523, Attorneys for Plaintiff MIT 5496 4X 02/17,24,03/03,10 LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE OF COUNTY TREASURER’S SALE OF TAX LIENS ON REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that I shall on February 21, 2017, and the succeeding days, beginning at 10:00 o’ clock in the morning in the Legislative Chamber, First Floor, Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building, 1550 Franklin Avenue, Mineola, Nassau County, New York, sell at public auction the tax liens on real estate herein-after described, unless the owner, mortgagee, occupant of or any other party-ininterest in such real estate shall pay to the County Treasurer by February 17, 2017 the total amount of such unpaid taxes or assessments with the interest, penalties and other expenses and charges, against the property. Such tax liens will be sold at the lowest rate of interest, not exceeding 10 per cent per six

month’s period, for which any person or persons shall offer to take the total amount of such unpaid taxes as defined in section 5-37.0 of the Nassau County Administrative Code. Effective with the February, 2016 lien sale Ordinance No. 175-2015 requires a $125.00 per day registration fee for each person who intends to bid at the tax lien sale. Ordinance No. 175-2015 also requires that upon the issuance of the Lien Certificate there is due from the lien buyer a Tax Certificate Issue Fee of $20.00 per lien purchased. The liens are for arrears of School District taxes for the year 2015 - 2016 and/or County, Town, and Special District taxes for the year 2016. The following is a partial listing of the real estate located in school district number(s) 23 in the Town of Oyster Bay only, upon which tax liens are to be sold, with a brief description of the same by reference to the County Land and Tax Map, the name of the owner or occupant as the same appears on the 2017/2018 tentative assessment roll, and the total amount of such unpaid taxes.

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THE NAMES OF OWNERS SHOWN ON THIS LIST MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS OWNING THE PROPERTY AT THE TIME OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT. SUCH NAMES HAVE BEEN TAKEN FROM THE 2017/2018 TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLLS AND MAY DIFFER FROM THE NAMES OF THE OWNERS AT THE TIME OF PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. IT MAY ALSO BE THAT SUCH OWNERS ARE NOMINAL ONLY AND ANOTHER PERSON IS ACTUALLY THE BENEFICIAL OWNER. Town of Oyster Bay School:23 Massapequa UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot BARRACO D ROACH & NICHOLAS 213.10 48075 10830 WEIGEL CLAIRE D LIFE ESTATE 8,987.53 48088 12970 1297-1301 SPARROW RUSSELL& NATALIE 15,565.10 48092 00480 48-50 ALBERGO RICHARD & LAURANNE 9,520.13 48096 00140 14-16 HERRLICH GUENTHER 4,251.46 48096 00260 26-29 ANGELORA ROBERT & DENISE 17,034.06 48101 00370 37-41 PLAINVIEW BUILDERS INC 4,851.95 48106 00140 14-16 LEEDS ARLEEN 2,842.25 48106 00360 36-40 STECKEL THEODORE JR. & JUNE 2,198.91 48128 16110 1611-1614 FISHER THOMAS W 4,958.58 48132 00820

CUSANO JEREMY K & SANDRA A 7,966.85 48152 00540 54-57,75 VALENTINO MICHAEL A 1,908.97 48153 00010 1-3 RAPETTI AUDREY 7,578.33 48170 00930 MC ANDREWS GEORGE LIFE ESTATE 6,390.44 48213 00970 MC CABE JOHN & EILEEN 15,306.91 48217 02220 BRUZZESE JOSEPH & FIORELLA 1,898.70 48224 00640 DECKER JOSEPH 1,360.14 48227 00500 50-51 ST ANGELO LEONARD & JEAN 3,701.63 48366 00390 BRENNAN DANIEL K & BETTE 1,389.97 48372 04800 480-483 PRESTIPINO DOMINICK LIFE ESTATE 5,215.09 48374 07810 PRESTIPINO DP 786.57 48374 07840 GOODMAN JEFFREY L 10,107.31 48379 13990 1399-1401 GILLER RICHARD & CAROLYN 6,794.41 48383 04690 469-471 LAZZARO CARMELO & RITA 1,793.80 48388 11210 1121,1126 Town of Oyster Bay School:23 Massapequa UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot PONTON ROBERT & LORRAINE 6,305.35 48389 12030 1203-1205 MCLARNEY ELIZABETH 9,857.21 48389 12420 1242-1244 BRUST LOUIS & ARLENE 2,061.12 48390 13600 1360-1362 DEVLIN WILLIAM 1,237.06 48390 13630 SALUTO JOHN 3,159.71 48392 55370 5537-5538 WYNN G R 1,612.89 48394 00450 ZUENA JOSEPH & PATRICIA 7,109.90 48399 16860 1686-1688 FURNESS CATHERINE A 5,961.36 48400 18910 1891-1894 REDLEFSEN GERTRUDE LIFE ESTATE 1,734.27 48414 27550 2755-2757 MEROLA CATHY 10,507.34 48426 38840 3884-3886,3928 DE LUCIA PETER W 12,769.26 48438 45190 4519-4522 ZACHARY ROSALYN TRUST 7,656.63 48515 00750 BEILMAN EDWARD & PALMA 1,862.06 48515 00880 BUCKVAR F MYERS & CRAIG 6,171.07 48522 00140 RICCI DAVID 4,274.35 48524 00420 EUROPA DEVELOPMENT

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GROUP INC 8,726.55 48525 00010 TOOHILL THOMAS 7,505.82 48551 00130 LEONARDO BETTY 11,922.94 52129 49520 4952-4954 MESTECKY FRANK & KRISTINE SULLI 20,235.17 52141 01240 124,776-779,1676 MOYLAN DANIEL P & CERSTIN M 9,589.95 52144 00180 18-21 RUSS JAY EDMOND 5,905.68 52160 03700 370-371 ACIREALE CINZIA & SCALIA FRANCE 314.97 52164 26440 JOHNSON MARIE I 6,940.66 52178 00040 WENGER DEBORAH D 6,150.24 52180 08780 Town of Oyster Bay School:23 Massapequa UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot COHEN ROBERT & KARIN 12,315.58 52195 22070 KATZ ALAN 1,965.24 52195 22080 DEGNAN JAMES & PATRICIA 1,801.64 52195 22140 MARTORANA PAULA L 7941.82 23100 2310-2312 O H G A REALTY CO 16,773.90 52203 00300 30-33 SICIGNANO BLANCHE LIFE ESTATE 13,151.57 52217 16800 1680-1683 DUFFY NANCY 4,465.95 52239 08900 890-892 BOX KATHLEEN 3,714.62 52248 14780 1478-1481 BOX KATHLEEN 332.81 52248 14820 1482-1483 SCALIA KERRI ANNE 6,308.85 52261 22570 2257-2259 PEARSON HENRY W 2,167.37 52263 23970 2397-2398 CUMBERLAND FARMS INC 14,541.96 53 E 04450 DSPD CORP 2,886.40 53087 03830 TEIMA ATEF & KATHLEEN 5,965.25 53091 01470 147-149 KILGUS JOHN 1,201.43 53095 00300 LYONS JEREMIAH J & MARY 4,415.13 53096 25990 2599-2601 ANAND KANWAL & VIMLA 17,545.55 53100 14360 1436-1440 ZAFIRIS G J 1,329.14 53107 15000 1500-1502 SCHWEPPE PETER & KAREN 8,846.08 53110 18990 1899-1901 COLLINS STEPHEN & DOYLE DENISE 12,833.71 53145 00080 ARANGO MICHAEL ANTHONY 13,589.71 53145 00250 CZURDA CARL J & CZURDAPAGE KAT 2,108.11 53148 00110 FRANCIS MARGARET W LIFE ESTATE 9,740.24


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LEGAL NOTICES 53154 00250 ATTISON GLORIA & MONAS RITA A 2,569.42 53179 00490 Town of Oyster Bay School:23 Massapequa UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot BERRY FLORENCE 6,291.26 53179 00840 MINIKES P C SIEGEL & J C 16,605.59 53180 00290 MOORE LISA GRACE & 350.80 53187 00310 ITRI ROBERT & LINDA 8,058.39 53197 00010 SARRA NORMA 871.41 57065 08290 URRUTIA GONZALO & JOANNE 13,584.76 57066 09810 981-983 ARELLANES SASHA HUSSAIN 11,065.46 57082 00390 39-43 MAC GILVRAY SEAN & WENDY 2,232.16 57129 00110 11-14 SISINO FRANK J TRUST 12,033.27 57174 00360 36-39 PIERRE MAURICE LIFE ESTATE 5,565.93 57174 00520 52-54 LEVY PHILOMENA TRUST 16,471.22 57176 00120 12-15 WALSLEBEN JAMES & AMY 3,529.43 57178 00260 26-27 WACHSMUTH LOUISE 14,288.31 57178 00540 54-55 TWOMEY ANNE 12,669.01 57179 00600 60-62 COONEY THOMAS & MARGARET 4,075.50 57183 00330 33-35 VITALE HELEN F & CARTER PATRICI 5,169.82 57184 01020 DIGENNARO JOSEPH & ANN 2,033.89 57186 00260 26-28 GRACI JOSEPH 14,105.94 57194 01180 MCMULLAN MICHELE BUSCH & E 510.56 57196 01700 4219 MERRICK ROAD LLC 8,592.93 57198 00640 4235 HOLDING CORP 3,945.56 57198 00750 4235 HOLDING CORP 517.70 57198 04520 KOZAK FRED 3,928.72 57207 00200 ELIAS MARTIN & HELEN 3,582.13 57207 00350 Town of Oyster Bay School:23 Massapequa UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot MIGNE ROGER 18,085.47 57221 00180 KERN BARBARA 14,722.32 57222 00190 GRANDE DENISE 13,845.88 57224 00030

WHEAT MICHAEL & KATHLEEN 17,068.15 57225 00300 MUKAMAL DANIEL & GAIL 2,907.08 57229 00110 HUEGEL-SABATINO JULIE 17,482.65 57229 00200 BAYACK DANIEL & ELEANOR 5,922.90 57236 00070 GOLDBERG MARIA 24,402.92 65 F 02150 HOUGHTON JACQUELINE 10,232.06 65004 00840 84-86 LAUREN ENTERPRIDES LTD 23,316.68 65015 01050 LAUREN ENTERPRISES LTD 60,622.50 65015 01090 DIAZ LE M DIAZ,F & M P 21,677.86 650160102690 269-271 DALESSANDRO DANIELLE 17,836.75 650160103230 323-326 YANTZ DAVID 4,562.46 65019 18620 PERJON ETAL IRENE 12,232.16 65033 10550 1055-1057 ABBATE GREGORY 8,349.11 65037 00450 45-47 CASSELLA VICTORIA 3,967.93 65037 02460 4202 INC 42,471.57 65038 13550 4242 MERRICK LLC 11,459.08 65038 13610 LEPORE 4220 MERRICK RD LLC 2,425.01 65038 13640 WONG KEVIN K 2,815.67 65041 14670 1467-1471 TENNARIELLO MARIE & RANDY 8,018.47 65044 16440 1644-1648 EVANGELOW MARGIT & SANITA GOMEZ 13,193.21 65049 00590 LABELLA DOMINICK & LOUISE 5,593.31 65092 00400 40-42 Town of Oyster Bay School:23 Massapequa UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot POST ALAN I & ARLENE 4,663.62 65095 02400 240-243 PETRAKIS PETER 22,129.97 65096 09060 906-908 20 STANFORD COURT LLC 3,852.14 65097 03390 339-342 MIKULEWICH FAMILY NEW YORK INC 23,551.42 65097 05070 507-509,538 BUSCH THOMAS A 306.91 65097 05480 JOHNSON GUSTAVE A TRUST 4,750.62 65098 11070 1107-1109 BILTMORE BCH CLUB INC 373.54 65102 02070 GRACI CHARLES & GUILIETTA 8,629.89

65103 00230 23-24 O’NEILL MARGUERITE 19,006.78 65107 13800 1380-1384,1395 KRAMER HEINO & LOBELIA 2,802.70 65107 13980 1398-1399,1404-1405 WALSH KEVIN 12,888.32 65120 00810 81-85 Bocchiaro Anthony 6,838.42 65132 00490 DISILVIO THERESA 14,736.02 65133 00240 24-25 TROCCHIO LOUIS 16,918.88 65133 00760 SANDVIK INGEBORG 296.80 65135 01690 169-170 MC CABE JAMES 419.38 65135 01710 TOSCANINI CAROL 20,738.43 65135 05060 506-510 WERNERT RAYMOND & HARRIET 2,601.76 65136 01580 158-161 SPATES PATRICK & REGINA 24,836.22 65140 00250 25-28 PLAINVIEW BUILDERS INC 22,294.46 65149 00380 38-43 HEIDRICH JOHN & HOLMANDERSON H 10,535.95 65158 00150 15-19 GAMPERO KRISTINE 757.97 65169 08890 ROCKETT ELSIE M TRUST 25,832.07 65171 07460 746-751 ALEXOPOULOS GEORGIOS 24,767.73 65171 07700 770-774,969 Town of Oyster Bay School:23 Massapequa UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot ARLOTTA FREDERICK R LIFE ESTATE 13,951.73 65172 07050 705-708 LISNOR REALTY CORP 792.50 65185 00610 KIRBY JR JOHN & MAURA 11,615.26 65192 00620 HOLLANDER HOLLIS 12,051.88 65197 00170 SIMONELLI ELIZABETH 5,138.38 65204 00180 SISCARETTI MELISSA 14,822.30 65205 00240 Elashmawy Samy 22,370.72 65210 00100 PERLA LOUISE 3,224.71 65210 00120 GIAMMARINO LUCIO & BARBARA 15,625.53 65212 00080 PECK SLIP ASSOCIATES PARTNERS L 9,253.32 65213 00680 WIDERSPAN TR JOSEPH & SYLVIA 1,745.20 65216 00010 HAFFNER MICHAEL & B 3,079.33 65220 00050 MORMON MICHAEL & DIANA 2,930.31 65226 00130 EICHEN MICHAEL & LESLIE 24,804.08

65239 00110 DEDON GEORGE E & SIGRID 18,069.16 65241 00480 ASSAEL MONA 8,618.11 65243 00110 FLORES HERBERTH AMILCAR 4,660.61 65249 00050 RENDA GRACE & RENDA EUGENE 8,120.53 65251 00130 WASSERMAN RICKIE 11,676.89 65251 01650 BAR HARBOUR HOME OWNERS ASSOC 12,978.74 65251 01720 HOGAN CAROLINE & DANIEL 12,597.05 65262 00100 MANGONE FRANCETTE 28,571.64 65264 00310 AFFATATO IRENE C & PETER T 2,227.71 65266 00070 JAG HICKSVILLE LLC 7,833.61 66004 00980 Town of Oyster Bay School:23 Massapequa UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot 5460 MERRICK ROAD LLC 2,424.26 66004 01010 5460 MERRICK ROA LLC 10,238.87 66004 01020 ACMD HOLDING CORP 17,989.29 66005 00520 BIASI RUTH LIFE ESTATE 5,733.34 66009 00330 33,34 KELLY JOHN 14,079.71 66010 00270 27-30 COPPERILL JOHN A & LORRAINE 3,933.12 66042 00320 32-34 SOBEL MICHAEL & SUSAN 16,719.61 66042 00400 40-42 SOBEL MICHAEL & SUSAN 1,425.55 66042 00430 43-44 SOBEL MICHAEL & SUSAN 3,445.21 66042 00450 45-46 TAS MANAGEMENT REALTY CORP 4,354.77 66045 00390 39-42 FLORIO LYNNE 3,867.11 66046 00650 OREFICI JAMES 6,123.15 66068 00480 48-51 CONSTANTINO JR THOMAS & LOUISE 16,597.63 66072 00320 32-36 WELLS FARGO BANK NA 11,526.59 66074 00380 38-40 WELLS FARGO BANK NA 1,071.60 66074 00410 BYRNE MICHAEL & LISA 11,189.95 66080 00270 27-28 ARZT TR MANUEL & RUTH 20,874.77 66084 00320 SEAFORD 636697 LLC 9,080.37

66085 00090 ` TERMS OF SALE Such tax liens shall be sold subject to any and all superior tax liens of sovereignties and other municipalities and to all claims of record which the County may have thereon and subject to the provisions of the Federal and State Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Acts. However, such tax liens shall have priority over the County’s Differential Interest Lien, representing the excess, if any, of the interest and penalty borne at the maximum rate over the interest and penalty borne at the rate at which the lien is purchased. The Purchaser acknowledges that the tax lien(s) sold pursuant to these Terms of Sale may be subject to pending bankruptcy proceedings and/or may become subject to such proceedings which may be commenced during the period in which a tax lien is held by a successful bidder or the assignee of same, which may modify a Purchaser’s rights with respect to the lien(s) and the property securing same. Such bankruptcy proceedings shall not affect the validity of the tax lien. In addition to being subject to pending bankruptcy proceedings and/or the Federal and State Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Acts, said purchaser’s right of foreclosure may be affected by the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act(FIRREA),12 U.S.C. ss 1811 et.seq., with regard to real property under Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation(FDIC) receivership. The County Treasurer reserves the right, without further notice and at any time, to withdraw from sale any of the parcels of land or premises herein listed. The Nassau County Treasurer reserves the right to intervene in any bankruptcy case/litigation where the property affected by the tax liens sold by the Treasurer is part of the bankruptcy estate. However,it is the sole responsibility of all tax lien purchasers to protect their legal interests in any bankruptcy case affecting their purchased tax lien, including but not limited to the filing of a proof of claim on their behalf, covering their investment in said tax lien. The Nassau County Treasurer and Nassau County and its agencies, assumes no responsibility for any legal representation of any tax lien purchaser in any legal proceeding including but not limited to a bankruptcy case where the purchased tax lien is at risk. The rate of interest and penalty at which any person purchases the tax lien shall be established by his bid. Each purchaser, immediately after the sale thereof, shall pay to the County Treasurer ten per cent of the amount for which the tax liens have been sold and the


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remaining ninety per cent within thirty days after such sale. If the purchaser at the tax sale shall fail to pay the remaining ninety per cent within ten days after he has been notified by the County Treasurer that the certificates of sale are ready for delivery, then all amounts deposited with the County Treasurer including but not limited to the ten per cent theretofore paid by him shall, without further notice or demand, be irrevocably forfeited by the purchaser and shall be retained by the County Treasurer as liquidated damages and the agreement to purchase shall be of no further effect. Time is of the essence in this sale. This sale is held pursuant to the Nassau County Administrative Code and interested parties are referred to such Code for additional information as to terms of the sale, rights of purchasers, maximum rates of interest and other legal incidents of the sale. This list includes only tax liens on real estate located in the Town of Oyster Bay. Such other tax liens on real estate are advertised as follows: Town of Hempstead Dist 1001 HEMPSTEAD/UNIONDALE TIMES NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW YORK TREND NEWSDAY UNIONDALE BEACON Dist 1002 HEMPSTEAD/UNIONDALE TIMES NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY UNIONDALE BEACON Dist 1003 EAST MEADOW BEACON EAST MEADOW HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPERS NEWSDAY Dist 1004 BELLMORE HERALD MERRICK / BELLMORE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPERS NEWSDAY Dist 1005 HICKSVILLE ILLUSTRATED NEWS LEVITTOWN TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPERS NEWSDAY Dist 1006 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SEAFORD HERALD CITIZEN WANTAGH HERALD CITIZEN Dist 1007 BELLMORE HERALD MERRICK / BELLMORE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1008 BALDWIN HERALD BALDWIN/FREEPORT TRIBUNE

NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Town of Hempstead Dist 1009 BALDWIN/FREEPORT TRIBUNE FREEPORT BALDWIN LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1010 BALDWIN HERALD BALDWIN/FREEPORT TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1011 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OCEANSIDE TRIBUNE OCEANSIDE/ISLAND PARK HERALD Dist 1012 MALVERNE / WEST HEMPSTEAD HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY VALLEY STREAM/MALVERN TRIBUNE Dist 1013 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY VALLEY STREAM HERALD VALLEY STREAM/MALVERN TRIBUNE Dist 1014 FIVE TOWNS TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NASSAU HERALD (FIVE TOWNS) NEWSDAY Dist 1015 FIVE TOWNS JEWISH TIMES FIVE TOWNS TRIBUNE JEWISH STAR NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1016 FRANKLIN SQ / ELMONT HERALD FRANKLIN SQUARE BULLETIN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Town of Hempstead Dist 1017 FRANKLIN SQ/ELMONT HERALD FRANKLIN SQUARE BULLETIN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW HYDE PARK ILLUSTRATED NEWS NEWSDAY Dist 1018 GARDEN CITY LIFE GARDEN CITY NEWS GARDEN CITY TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1019 EAST ROCKAWAY TRIBUNE LYNBROOK/EAST ROCKAWAY HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY ROCKAWAY JOURNAL Dist 1020 LYNBROOK/EAST ROCKAWAY HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY ROCKVILLE CENTRE HERALD Dist 1021 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY

ROCKVILLE CENTRE HERALD ROCKVILLE CENTRE TRIBUNE Dist 1022 FLORAL PARK BULLETIN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY THE GATEWAY Dist 1023 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SEAFORD HERALD CITIZEN WANTAGH HERALD CITIZEN Dist 1024 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY VALLEY STREAM HERALD VALLEY STREAM/MALVERN TRIBUNE Town of Hempstead Dist 1025 MERRICK HERALD MERRICK / BELLMORE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1026 HICKSVILLE ILLUSTRATED NEWS LEVITTOWN TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1027 MALVERNE / WEST HEMPSTEAD HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WEST HEMPSTEAD BEACON Dist 1028 LONG BEACH HERALD LONG BEACH TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1029 MERRICK HERALD MERRICK / BELLMORE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1030 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY VALLEY STREAM HERALD VALLEY STREAM/MALVERN TRIBUNE Dist 1031 ISLAND PARK TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OCEANSIDE/ISLAND PARK HERALD Dist 1201 EAST MEADOW BEACON EAST MEADOW HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WESTBURY TIMES Dist 1205 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW HYDE PARK ILLUSTRATED NEWS NEWSDAY WEST HEMPSTEAD BEACON Town of North Hempstead Dist 2001 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WESTBURY TIMES Dist 2002 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE

NEWSDAY WILLISTON TIMES, WILLISTON PARK EDITION Dist 2003 MANHASSET PRESS NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY ROSLYN NEWS ROSLYN TIMES Dist 2004 MANHASSET TIMES NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY PORT WASHINGTON NEWS Dist 2005 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW HYDE PARK HERALD COURIER NEW HYDE PARK ILLUSTRATED NEWS NEWSDAY Dist 2006 MANHASSET PRESS MANHASSET TIMES NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY PORT WASHINGTON NEWS Dist 2007 GREAT NECK NEWS GREAT NECK RECORD JEWISH STAR NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 2009 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WILLISTON TIMES, WILLISTON PARK EDITION Town of North Hempstead Dist 2010 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW HYDE PARK ILLUSTRATED NEWS NEWSDAY Dist 2011 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WESTBURY TIMES Dist 2122 FLORAL PARK BULLETIN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY THE GATEWAY Dist 2301 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT LOCUST VALLEY LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 2315 JERICHO NEWS JOURNAL NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Town of Oyster Bay Dist 3001 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT LOCUST VALLEY LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3002 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT LOCUST VALLEY LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3003 JERICHO NEWS JOURNAL NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY

SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3004 LOCUST VALLEY LEADER LONG ISLAND PRESS NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Town of Oyster Bay Dist 3006 LOCUST VALLEY LEADER LONG ISLAND PRESS NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3008 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OYSTER BAY ENTERPRISE PILOT OYSTER BAY GUARDIAN Dist 3009 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OYSTER BAY ENTERPRISE PILOT OYSTER BAY GUARDIAN Dist 3011 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OYSTER BAY ENTERPRISE PILOT SYOSSET ADVANCE Dist 3012 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET ADVANCE SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3013 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET ADVANCE SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3014 JERICHO NEWS JOURNAL NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3015 JERICHO NEWS JOURNAL NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3017 HICKSVILLE ILLUSTRATED NEWS HICKSVILLE / LEVITTOWN TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Town of Oyster Bay Dist 3018 BETHPAGE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY PLAINVIEW/OLD BETHPAGE HERALD Dist 3019 BETHPAGE NEWSGRAM NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY PLAINVIEW/OLD BETHPAGE HERALD Dist 3020 BETHPAGE NEWSGRAM BETHPAGE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3021 BETHPAGE NEWSGRAM BETHPAGE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3022

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FARMINGDALE OBSERVER MASSAPEQUA POST NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3023 MASSAPEQUA POST MASSAPEQUAN OBSERVER MID-ISLAND TIMES NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3024 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT GOLD COAST GAZETTE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3203 LONG ISLAND PRESS NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY ROSLYN NEWS ROSLYN TIMES Town of Oyster Bay Dist 3306 FARMINGDALE OBSERVER MASSAPEQUA POST MASSAPEQUAN OBSERVER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY City of Glen Cove Dist 4005 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT GOLD COAST GAZETTE LOCUST VALLEY LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY City of Long Beach Dist 5028 LONG BEACH HERALD LONG BEACH TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Nassau County does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission to or access to, or treatment or employment in, its services, programs, or activities. Upon request, accommodations such as those required by the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) will be provided to enable individuals with disabilities to participate in all services, programs, activities and public hearings and events conducted by the Treasurer’s Office. Upon request, information can be made available in braille, large print, audio tape or other alternative formats. For additional information, please call 571-2090 Ext. 13715. Dated: February 16, 2017 THE NASSAU COUNTY TREASURER MINEOLA, NEW YORK

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LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FORMATION OF Vantage Automobile Company, LLC. Arts of Org. filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 11/18/16. Office location: Nassau County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC to principal business address: 120 Hicksville Road, Bethpage NY 11714 Purpose: any lawful

act or activity BN 7194 6X 01/20,27,02/03,10,17,24 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT NASSAU COUNTY FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff against WILLARD ROSS LANHAM ,et al Defendants Attorney for Plaintiff(s) Fein, Such & Crane LLP, 1400 Old Country Road, Suite C103, Westbury, New York 11590, Attorney(s) for Plaintiff(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale Entered OCTOBER 27, 2016 I will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder at the CALENDAR CONTROL PART (CCP) COURTROOM OF THE SUPREME COURT, 100 SUPREME COURT DRIVE, MINEOLA, NEW YORK on FEBRUARY 28, 2017 at 11:30 A.M.. Premises known as 3666 STOKES AVENUE, BETHPAGE, NY 11714. Sec 46 Block 412 Lot 53. ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being at Bethpage, Town of Hempstead, County of Nassau and State of New York. Approximate Amount of Judgment is $417,850.88 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index No 000471/13 . RALPH MADALENA, ESQ. , Referee BN 7195 4X 01/27,02/03,10,17 LEGAL NOTICE SW BROTHERS LLC Articles of organization. Filed NY Sec. of State(SSNY) 10/24/2016. Office in Nassau County. SSNY design, agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to THE LLC 315 Oak Street, Uniondale, NY 11553 Purpose: Any lawful purpose. BN 7197 6X 02/03,10,17,24,03/03,10 LEGAL NOTICE Sign Gypsies Long Island, LLC Articles of Organization - filed with the SSNY on 12/28/2016. Office location: Nassau County SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 2 Hillside Avenue, East Williston, NY 11596. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. BN 7199 6X 02/10,17,24,3/3,10,17

NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT NASSAU COUNTY CITIMORTGAGE, INC. SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO ABN AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP, INC., Plaintiff against JOSE QUINTERO ,et al Defendants Attorney for Plaintiff(s) Fein, Such & Crane LLP, 1400 Old Country Road, Suite C103, Westbury, New York 11590, Attorney(s) for Plaintiff(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale Entered DECEMBER 29, 2016 I will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder at the CCP (CALENDAR CONTROL PART COURTROOM) IN THE NASSAU SUPREME COURT, 100 SUPREME COURT DRIVE, MINEOLA, NY 11501 on MARCH 14, 2017 at 11:30 A.M.. Premises known as 5 WILFORD STREET, BETHPAGE, NY 11714. Sec 46 Block 279 Lot 417. ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being at Bethpage, Town of Hempstead, County of Nassau and State of New York. Approximate Amount of Judgment is $466,411.39 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index No 015393/13 . SCOTT STONE, ESQ. , Referee BN 7201 4X 02/10,17,24,31 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT NASSAU COUNTY FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff against MIN YEONG YUN ,et al Defendants Attorney for Plaintiff(s) Fein, Such & Crane LLP, 1400 Old Country Road, Suite C103, Westbury, New York 11590, Attorney(s) for Plaintiff(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale Entered OCTOBER 18, 2016 I will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder at the CCP (CALENDAR CONTROL PART COURTROOM) IN THE NASSAU SUPREME COURT, 100 SUPREME COURT DRIVE, MINEOLA, NY 11501 on MARCH 21, 2017 at 11:30 A.M.. Premises known as 39 JACKSON AVENUE, BETHPAGE, NY 11714. Sec 46 Block 108 Lot 711-7113. ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being at Central Park, unincorporated area,

Town of Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of New York. Approximate Amount of Judgment is $379,715.12 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index No 011842/12 . ERNEST T. BARTOL, ESQ. , Referee BN 7202 4x 02/17,24,03/03,10 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF NASSAU Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Plaintiff AGAINST Nick Petikas a/k/a Nicholas Petikas a/k/a Nicholas T. Petikas; et al., Defendant(s) Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duly dated October 20, 2016 I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction in the Calendar Control Part (CCP) 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, New York, 11501. on March 21, 2017 at 11:30AM, premises known as 4015 Avoca Avenue, Bethpage, NY 11714. All that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of NY, Section: 46. Block: 481 Lot: 4. Approximate amount of judgment $425,717.25 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index# 15-001234. Aviva L. Miller, Esq., Referee Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak, LLC Attorney(s) for the Plaintiff 175 Mile Crossing Boulevard Rochester, New York 14624 (877) 759-1835 Dated: February 2, 2017 BN 7203 4X 02/17,24,03/03,10

LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE OF COUNTY TREASURER’S SALE OF TAX LIENS ON REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that I shall on February 21, 2017, and the succeeding days, beginning at 10:00 o’ clock in the morning in the Legislative Chamber, First Floor, Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building, 1550 Franklin Avenue, Mineola, Nassau County, New York, sell at public auction the tax liens on real estate herein-after described, unless the owner, mortgagee, occupant of or any other party-ininterest in such real estate shall pay to the County Treasurer by February 17, 2017 the total amount of such unpaid taxes or assessments with the interest, penalties and other expenses and charges,

against the property. Such tax liens will be sold at the lowest rate of interest, not exceeding 10 per cent per six month’s period, for which any person or persons shall offer to take the total amount of such unpaid taxes as defined in section 5-37.0 of the Nassau County Administrative Code. Effective with the February, 2016 lien sale Ordinance No. 175-2015 requires a $125.00 per day registration fee for each person who intends to bid at the tax lien sale. Ordinance No. 175-2015 also requires that upon the issuance of the Lien Certificate there is due from the lien buyer a Tax Certificate Issue Fee of $20.00 per lien purchased. The liens are for arrears of School District taxes for the year 2015 - 2016 and/ or County, Town, and Special District taxes for the year 2016. The following is a partial listing of the real estate located in school district number(s) 21, 19, 20 in the Town of Oyster Bay only, upon which tax liens are to be sold, with a brief description of the same by reference to the County Land and Tax Map, the name of the owner or occupant as the same appears on the 2017/2018 tentative assessment roll, and the total amount of such unpaid taxes.

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THE NAMES OF OWNERS SHOWN ON THIS LIST MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS OWNING THE PROPERTY AT THE TIME OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT. SUCH NAMES HAVE BEEN TAKEN FROM THE 2017/2018 TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLLS AND MAY DIFFER FROM THE NAMES OF THE OWNERS AT THE TIME OF PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. IT MAY ALSO BE THAT SUCH OWNERS ARE NOMINAL ONLY AND ANOTHER PERSON IS ACTUALLY THE BENEFICIAL OWNER. Town of Oyster Bay School:19 Plainview Name Amount Parcel Group Lot HERMAN CRAIG & RAYNA 6,158.47 12010 00620 PUNZI GIACOMO & G 12,285.62 2019 00520 ANNELLO PATRICK J LIFE ESTATE 5,023.90 12029 00520 PERDUE ROBERT & DONNA 5,557.15 12029 00550 REMICK ANNETTE 8,945.13 12030 00670 GIOIA JR FRANK & TONI 15,208.98 12039 00390 MENZINGER WALTER & KATHLEEN 5,431.73 12039 00400 CHO BYUNG SEA & CHON HYON 16,884.98


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12043 01040 INTINDOLI MICHAEL 2,375.80 12043 01150 115,130 GIULETTI DOREEN MARIE 18,343.51 12043 01250 FOKAS MARKOS 15,194.30 12052 01420 SKENTZOS ANGELOS & ELEFTERIA 2,789.77 12056 02190 PERKIN ISAAC 17,759.84 12058 00010 PUMA VINCENT & C 7,881.33 12058 00050 HALPERN IRWIN 10,173.74 12063 00180 18 MATASSA FRANK & LISA 2,501.57 12064 00260 CASALE DIANE 27,519.84 12075 02030 DIEMICKE ARTHUR & JEAN 8,168.10 12077 00190 WANG HONGBO 14,558.05 12352 00110 MCCABE BEATRICE LIFE ESTATE 1,380.18 12354 00130 RAFFELO SOLOMON & MARCIA 9,901.00 12372 00630 TEPPER MARK & SANDRA 11,657.52 12379 00160 GAMEH CONSTRUCTION CORP 18,424.68 12383 00320 GOLDBERG ADAM & ELIZABETH 9,447.59 12385 00260 Town of Oyster Bay School:19 Plainview Name Amount Parcel Group Lot BRUECKEL STACIA 3,002.31 12390 00270 778 OCR REALTY CORP 55,261.32 12401 00030 FIELDS KATHLEEN LIFE ESTATE 11,574.33 12407 00060 KRISTALL RONALD L & DIANA G 6,919.72 12412 00230 ENGELSON BONNIE 2,801.67 12420 00140 GORDON DAVID H & ELLEN 16,408.79 12464 00170 WILLETT HARVEY & LISA 19,335.68 12464 00180 ASNEN STEVEN & JUDY 15,298.15 12468 00230 KALLACHI SOLMAR 21,466.17 12476 00490 MAIORANA ANTHONY & J 14,555.65 12477 00190 MANETTO HILLS ESTATES OF PLAINV 21,851.88 12478 00440 MANETTO HILLS ESTATES OF PLAINV 21,851.88 12478 00450 ABRAMSON ELLA LIFE ESTATE 6,129.55

12532 00030 HELLER ROBERT J & SHARON 8,634.86 12556 00240 ARONSON HARRY H LIFE ESTATE 17,372.32 12559 00060 BATER BORIS & MARINA 17,354.15 12599 00010 NAGELBLAT DAVID & BLUMA C 12,026.99 12620 00100 VANGELATOS JERRY & DONNA M 3,096.36 12620 00370 GRANT ADAM K & JESSICA L 28,540.65 13 B 03190 LEE JAY & JENNIFER 2,918.18 13004 00430 GOLDMAN SHERYL J 12,156.43 13005 02380 FERREIRA FERNANDO & LAURA 16,531.43 13006 00580 BROCINER ALFRED 6,056.64 13047 00030 3 PETERS SUSAN 3,733.07 13051 00320 Town of Oyster Bay School:19 Plainview Name Amount Parcel Group Lot FRIEDMAN SHMUEL 6,488.69 13067 00090 COOK RONALD I & BETTY L 7,481.24 13084 00030 PLASCYK MARY CATHERINE LIFE EST 1,978.05 13084 00230 TRIBART ASSOCIATES LLC 46,160.44 13088 00210 21-22 & 37 GOLIO ANTHONY & ELYSE 2,409.84 13090 00010 LUFTSCHEIN STEVEN & KAMINSKI MI 16,982.79 13090 00030 BIES GERALDINE J&BIES CASSANDRA 22,011.52 13090 00250 LEVAS GEORGE J & LEVAS JOHN G 5,933.81 13090 00360 CEPEDA ANTONIO & TELLO V 13,640.89 13093 00050 LOWE STEPHEN & JEANNE 25,629.22 13093 00150 BERTSCH LYNN 27,679.92 13095 00050 LIEBERMAN DAVID & MYRNA 9,682.69 13104 00170 JACOBS M MATATHIA & BARRY 4,942.45 13107 00090 LEVY RAFAEL & SIMA 17,422.17 13119 00640 CACCIOLA ANNE & ACHENBAUM WARRE 4,863.50 13119 00730 LINDENBAUM SYLVIA 4,754.43 13119 0140UCA02020 UNIT 124 PARK CHAN WOOK 2,530.01 13119 0140UCA02020 UNIT 205 TOPOL BRUCE & CELINA

2,601.39 13119 0140UCA02020 UNIT 226 MARK MARY S 22,596.37 13119 0142UCA02010 UNIT 235 ORELLANA TORI & WALKER TORI 1,668.92 46 A 00360 DEL MONACO RIZIERO 7,522.72 46142 00900 BATTAGLIA JEAN LIFE ESTATE 18,963.79 46143 02460 PANISSIDI THOMAS & ROSELLEN 16,713.53 46528 00010 PANISSIDI ROSELLEN 13,595.52 46528 00020 Town of Oyster Bay School:19 Plainview Name Amount Parcel Group Lot MATTHEWS JR W C 13,689.54 46528 00030 MIRSKY PAUL & KAREN T 3,623.59 46553 00160 URSO TR LEO S & MAE 17,441.64 46555 00300 MANNING JAMES & MARY 16,299.74 46555 00310 FOLEY RICHARD & MARY 2,647.89 46578 00060 LENO ANNA LIFE ESTATE 18,463.09 46609 00200 SCIULLA GIOVANNI & DINA 13,800.07 46625 00270 FOKAS EKATERINI & FOKAS PERSEFO 7,383.05 47 G 07390 HEISS TRUST 11,717.71 47006 00080 SINGH BHUPINDER & KAUR JASPREET 2,255.25 47006 00150 MJP REALTY GROUP INC 14,012.66 47007 00030 PILKINGTON TRUST MARY 16,959.23 47011 00050 ZILBER PAUL 22,011.52 47012 00110 JLC RE HOLDINGS INC 11,024.41 47013 00020 SPECTOR CARL & MARSHA D 2,878.05 47013 00140 SOLNIN GILBERT & JANET 8,389.73 47014 00290 MOUBER JONAS & ARLINE 10,482.37 47024 00320 32 COLEMAN RONALD & ANN 3,165.83 47098 00020 LANGSAM LARRY 13,119.45 47151 0046UCA00310 UNIT 104 Town of Oyster Bay School:20 Old Bethpage Name Amount Parcel Group Lot 499 WINDING RD CORP 70,515.76 47 A 02610 PINNACLE BUILDERS OF NASSAU INC 2,174.02

47032 00170 MCCORMACK MATTHEW & BETTY 1,894.10 47044 00590 SILBERT LAURENCE 2,519.89 47048 00040 DI PASQUALE FRANK & MARY 8,444.05 47085 00070 SULLIVAN JENNIFER 19,048.32 47088 00270 COTTONE SALVATORE & CHRISTINE 23,265.90 47096 0034B GARANT ELEANOR MOORE & E 19,517.46 47113 00230 SULLIVAN PAUL A & ROSE 22,211.53 47129 00170 SULLIVAN PAUL A & ROSE 386.99 47129 00180 CASTELLE HELENE TRUST 4,435.14 47129 00190 PASHALIS EVANGELIA 18,723.99 47132 00180 RUGGIERO FRANK & JENNIFER 2,861.61 47135 00050 BETHPAGE NEWSGRAM BEN Town of Oyster Bay School:21 Bethpage UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot ALIMONOS GEORGE & ATHANASIA LIF 2,400.85 46 D 05020 SAPIENZA ANDREW & NOREEN M 10,833.24 46 K 00690 DITTMER HENRY R 2,722.79 46001 00490 49-51 LABOS REALTY GROUP LLC 38,204.12 46001 01630 LABOS REALTY CROUP LLC 44,748.75 46001 01640 DIMAGGIO ANGELA 2,786.36 46005 00860 RITCHIE KEITH & LENA 4,824.03 46015 00490 49-51 OLSEN RONALD J & IRENE J 2,456.09 46022 00530 KERPA FRITZ E & K 10,967.77 46023 00060 6-8 & 60 FONG TAK SHING & YEUNG YUEN SUM 4,724.60 46040 00380 38-41 CAREY WILLIAM & JENNIFER 3,566.79 46046 00550 STANGO LISA GARUFI & J. 3,540.51 46079 00520 T & T DEVELOPMENT CORP 12,660.62 46109 06200 620-622 45 SEAMAN LLC 45,858.26 46115 00050 5-11 REYES JOSE & MYRNA 2,332.78 46143 00640 KIM YOUNG & JUNG 2,950.81 46143 0236A 236A,236B VOUTSINAS PRTY FAMILY LI 6,685.33

46147 02000 HOBAN TRUST 3,085.00 46154 00260 SGROI RALPH & FRANCES 2,471.61 46155 00280 KINDL PAUL & MARILYN 8,538.55 46156 02380 CRAVOTTA VIRGINIA 2,264.04 46161 00070 7-8 DACCOLTI KATHLEEN K & VINCENT & 17,436.52 46162 00100 10 & 28 BERARDI THERESA 8,541.42 46172 00070 SKBS CORP 13,031.48 46184 00170 17-18 Town of Oyster Bay School:21 Bethpage UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot FELICE LOUIS & ESTELLE 15,191.21 46319 00510 51-54 NARANG GURVINDER 34,987.49 46322 01270 TORRES ADAN N & MARSH AARON K 12,596.55 46337 00670 67 CHIRICHELLA NICHOLAS & MARILYN 3,549.22 46340 00030 CONTI CONCETTA 14,500.97 46343 00120 HADJANDREAS MICHAEL 2,166.66 46346 00130 CARLEY MICHAEL & CARLEY JOHN 8,741.98 46417 00170 FECKL E K 3,029.41 46417 00270 MASTA PAT 13,347.81 46420 00170 GAETA LOUIS & LIBORIA 11,864.71 46481 00840 84 MID STATES ENTERPRISES LLC 8,092.20 46483 00270 HOSE LE JAMES & R,HELENE 14,726.96 46484 00190 CANO OSCAR A & DORIS J 2,214.02 46484 00760 RAHAT MUQTADIR SAM & ALLADIN IR 5,828.29 46491 00030 DASH K L 1,890.61 46493 00050 BUONAGURA JAMES R 2,009.33 46519 00020 HARRINGTON CHRISTOPHER & MARY L 2,380.21 46535 00220 WALKER LEROY C & DOROTHY 4,386.49 46536 00490 SZESCILA FRANCIS 5,929.70 46540 00270 BOYD MARGARET T LIFE ESTATE 12,684.16 46556 00200 MASTERTON JOHN M 17,065.15 46557 00010 ROTONDO MARY A 13,589.77 46560 00020 PUCCIO HELENE 3,349.24 46562 00290

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LEGAL NOTICES FADDEN ETAL MICHAEL 2,164.78 46563 00070 Town of Oyster Bay School:21 Bethpage UFSD Name Amount Parcel Group Lot Laplaca Gina 13,588.43 46563 00150 ALBRECHT WILLIAM 2,961.33 46575 00140 SMUTNY JR CHARLES TRUST 5,067.42 46576 00230 MIRON ROSIBEL, FORIERPS VEMTIRA 2,135.09 46582 00030 REMY FLORENCE 4,673.01 46590 00040 BAGGIO DEANA & BAGGIO GEORGE & 1,905.20 46590 00240 FOKAS DEMETRIOS & E 17,481.55 46593 00300 SESSA ROSALBA M & GRECO SERAFIN 4,843.64 46597 00040 ZOLNIK LE M ZOLNIK, ANN 2,293.58 46599 00110 MARUCA SAM & JUDITH 5,509.11 46599 00220 TORREGROSSA ANTHONY J & ELAINE 2,958.72 46599 00240 PAOLA JR C E NUGENT, FREDERICK M 20,596.87 46600 00120 PAOLA FREDERICK M & C 4,345.61 46600 00130 ZAREFSKY MICHELLE & LEIBOWITZ M 15,250.63 46604 00010 SILBERGLIED MICHAEL & JOANNE 15,729.97 46613 00070 GROUP REALTY INC 28,115.35 46629 00430 43 MURPHY MARGARET 5,709.96 47 D 01200 SCHNABEL ISAAC & ESTHER 10,744.65 47053 00110 Vangelatos George 3,003.25 47055 00350 COTTONE SALVATORE & CHRISTINE 531.65 47096 0034A MALONEY MARTIN J & PATRICIA A 2,635.04 47108 00170 FOKAS DEMETRIOS & E 18,217.01 47155 00180 271 CENTRAL AVENUE LLC 50,730.03 49138 01870 BURKE PATRICIA M LIFE ESTATE 5,568.61 49293 00140 14 TERMS OF SALE Such tax liens shall be sold subject to any and all superior tax liens of sovereignties and other municipalities and to all claims of record which the County may have thereon and subject to the provisions of the Federal and

State Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Acts. However, such tax liens shall have priority over the County’s Differential Interest Lien, representing the excess, if any, of the interest and penalty borne at the maximum rate over the interest and penalty borne at the rate at which the lien is purchased. The Purchaser acknowledges that the tax lien(s) sold pursuant to these Terms of Sale may be subject to pending bankruptcy proceedings and/or may become subject to such proceedings which may be commenced during the period in which a tax lien is held by a successful bidder or the assignee of same, which may modify a Purchaser’s rights with respect to the lien(s) and the property securing same. Such bankruptcy proceedings shall not affect the validity of the tax lien. In addition to being subject to pending bankruptcy proceedings and/ or the Federal and State Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Acts, said purchaser’s right of foreclosure may be affected by the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act(FIRREA),12 U.S.C. ss 1811 et.seq., with regard to real property under Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation(FDIC) receivership. The County Treasurer reserves the right, without further notice and at any time, to withdraw from sale any of the parcels of land or premises herein listed. The Nassau County Treasurer reserves the right to intervene in any bankruptcy case/litigation where the property affected by the tax liens sold by the Treasurer is part of the bankruptcy estate. However,it is the sole responsibility of all tax lien purchasers to protect their legal interests in any bankruptcy case affecting their purchased tax lien, including but not limited to the filing of a proof of claim on their behalf, covering their investment in said tax lien. The Nassau County Treasurer and Nassau County and its agencies, assumes no responsibility for any legal representation of any tax lien purchaser in any legal proceeding including but not limited to a bankruptcy case where the purchased tax lien is at risk. The rate of interest and penalty at which any person purchases the tax lien shall be established by his bid. Each purchaser, immediately after the sale thereof, shall pay to the County Treasurer ten per cent of the amount for which the tax liens have been sold and the remaining ninety per cent within thirty days after such sale. If the purchaser at the tax sale shall fail to pay the remaining ninety per cent within ten days after he has been notified by the County Treasurer that the certificates of sale are ready for delivery, then all amounts deposited with the

County Treasurer including but not limited to the ten per cent theretofore paid by him shall, without further notice or demand, be irrevocably forfeited by the purchaser and shall be retained by the County Treasurer as liquidated damages and the agreement to purchase shall be of no further effect. Time is of the essence in this sale. This sale is held pursuant to the Nassau County Administrative Code and interested parties are referred to such Code for additional information as to terms of the sale, rights of purchasers, maximum rates of interest and other legal incidents of the sale. This list includes only tax liens on real estate located in the Town of Oyster Bay. Such other tax liens on real estate are advertised as follows: Town of Hempstead Dist 1001 HEMPSTEAD/UNIONDALE TIMES NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW YORK TREND NEWSDAY UNIONDALE BEACON Dist 1002 HEMPSTEAD/UNIONDALE TIMES NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY UNIONDALE BEACON Dist 1003 EAST MEADOW BEACON EAST MEADOW HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPERS NEWSDAY Dist 1004 BELLMORE HERALD MERRICK / BELLMORE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPERS NEWSDAY Dist 1005 HICKSVILLE ILLUSTRATED NEWS LEVITTOWN TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEIGHBOR NEWSPAPERS NEWSDAY Dist 1006 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SEAFORD HERALD CITIZEN WANTAGH HERALD CITIZEN Dist 1007 BELLMORE HERALD MERRICK / BELLMORE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1008 BALDWIN HERALD BALDWIN/FREEPORT TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Town of Hempstead Dist 1009 BALDWIN/FREEPORT TRIBUNE FREEPORT BALDWIN LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY

Dist 1010 BALDWIN HERALD BALDWIN/FREEPORT TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1011 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OCEANSIDE TRIBUNE OCEANSIDE/ISLAND PARK HERALD Dist 1012 MALVERNE / WEST HEMPSTEAD HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY VALLEY STREAM/MALVERN TRIBUNE Dist 1013 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY VALLEY STREAM HERALD VALLEY STREAM/MALVERN TRIBUNE Dist 1014 FIVE TOWNS TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NASSAU HERALD (FIVE TOWNS) NEWSDAY Dist 1015 FIVE TOWNS JEWISH TIMES FIVE TOWNS TRIBUNE JEWISH STAR NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1016 FRANKLIN SQ/ELMONT HERALD FRANKLIN SQUARE BULLETIN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Town of Hempstead Dist 1017 FRANKLIN SQ/ELMONT HERALD FRANKLIN SQUARE BULLETIN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW HYDE PARK ILLUSTRATED NEWS NEWSDAY Dist 1018 GARDEN CITY LIFE GARDEN CITY NEWS GARDEN CITY TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1019 EAST ROCKAWAY TRIBUNE LYNBROOK/EAST ROCKAWAY HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY ROCKAWAY JOURNAL Dist 1020 LYNBROOK/EAST ROCKAWAY HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY ROCKVILLE CENTRE HERALD Dist 1021 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY ROCKVILLE CENTRE HERALD ROCKVILLE CENTRE TRIBUNE Dist 1022 FLORAL PARK BULLETIN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY THE GATEWAY Dist 1023

NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SEAFORD HERALD CITIZEN WANTAGH HERALD CITIZEN Dist 1024 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY VALLEY STREAM HERALD VALLEY STREAM/MALVERN TRIBUNE Town of Hempstead Dist 1025 MERRICK HERALD MERRICK/BELLMORE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1026 HICKSVILLE ILLUSTRATED NEWS LEVITTOWN TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1027 MALVERNE / WEST HEMPSTEAD HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WEST HEMPSTEAD BEACON Dist 1028 LONG BEACH HERALD LONG BEACH TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1029 MERRICK HERALD MERRICK / BELLMORE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 1030 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY VALLEY STREAM HERALD VALLEY STREAM/MALVERN TRIBUNE Dist 1031 ISLAND PARK TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OCEANSIDE/ISLAND PARK HERALD Dist 1201 EAST MEADOW BEACON EAST MEADOW HERALD NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WESTBURY TIMES Dist 1205 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW HYDE PARK ILLUSTRATED NEWS NEWSDAY WEST HEMPSTEAD BEACON Town of North Hempstead Dist 2001 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WESTBURY TIMES Dist 2002 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WILLISTON TIMES, WILLISTON PARK EDITION Dist 2003 MANHASSET PRESS NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY ROSLYN NEWS


ROSLYN TIMES Dist 2004 MANHASSET TIMES WEBSITE NEWSDAY PORT WASHINGTON NEWS Dist 2005 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW HYDE PARK HERALD COURIER NEW HYDE PARK ILLUSTRATED NEWS NEWSDAY Dist 2006 MANHASSET PRESS MANHASSET TIMES NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY PORT WASHINGTON NEWS Dist 2007 GREAT NECK NEWS GREAT NECK RECORD JEWISH STAR NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 2009 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WILLISTON TIMES, WILLISTON PARK EDITION BETHPAGE NEWSGRAM BEN Town of North Hempstead Dist 2010 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEW HYDE PARK ILLUSTRATED NEWS NEWSDAY Dist 2011 MINEOLA AMERICAN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY WESTBURY TIMES Dist 2122 FLORAL PARK BULLETIN NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY THE GATEWAY Dist 2301 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT LOCUST VALLEY LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 2315 JERICHO NEWS JOURNAL NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Town of Oyster Bay Dist 3001 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT LOCUST VALLEY LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3002 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT LOCUST VALLEY LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3003 JERICHO NEWS JOURNAL NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE

NEWSDAY SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3004 LOCUST VALLEY LEADER LONG ISLAND PRESS NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Town of Oyster Bay Dist 3006 LOCUST VALLEY LEADER LONG ISLAND PRESS NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3008 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OYSTER BAY ENTERPRISE PILOT OYSTER BAY GUARDIAN Dist 3009 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OYSTER BAY ENTERPRISE PILOT OYSTER BAY GUARDIAN Dist 3011 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY OYSTER BAY ENTERPRISE PILOT SYOSSET ADVANCE Dist 3012 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET ADVANCE SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3013 NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET ADVANCE SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3014 JERICHO NEWS JOURNAL NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3015 JERICHO NEWS JOURNAL NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY SYOSSET JERICHO TRIBUNE Dist 3017 HICKSVILLE ILLUSTRATED NEWS HICKSVILLE / LEVITTOWN TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Town of Oyster Bay Dist 3018 BETHPAGE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY PLAINVIEW/OLD BETHPAGE HERALD Dist 3019 BETHPAGE NEWSGRAM NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY PLAINVIEW/OLD BETHPAGE HERALD Dist 3020 BETHPAGE NEWSGRAM BETHPAGE TRIBUNE

NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3021 BETHPAGE NEWSGRAM BETHPAGE TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3022 FARMINGDALE OBSERVER MASSAPEQUA POST NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3023 MASSAPEQUA POST MASSAPEQUAN OBSERVER MID-ISLAND TIMES NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3024 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT GOLD COAST GAZETTE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Dist 3203 LONG ISLAND PRESS NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY ROSLYN NEWS ROSLYN TIMES Town of Oyster Bay Dist 3306 FARMINGDALE OBSERVER MASSAPEQUA POST MASSAPEQUAN OBSERVER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY City of Glen Cove Dist 4005 GLEN COVE RECORD PILOT GOLD COAST GAZETTE LOCUST VALLEY LEADER NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY City of Long Beach Dist 5028 LONG BEACH HERALD LONG BEACH TRIBUNE NASSAU COUNTY WEBSITE NEWSDAY Nassau County does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission to or access to, or treatment or employment in, its services, programs, or activities. Upon request, accommodations such as those required by the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) will be provided to enable individuals with disabilities to participate in all services, programs, activities and public hearings and events conducted by the Treasurer’s Office. Upon request, information can be made available in braille, large print, audio tape or other alternative formats. For additional information, please call 571-2090 Ext. 13715. Dated: February 16, 2017 THE NASSAU COUNTY TREASURER MINEOLA, NEW YORK BN 7204

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Town announces registration for Men’s Softball Night League Registration is currently underway for the Town of Oyster Bay’s Spring Men’s Softball Night League hosted by the Town’s Department of Parks, according to Town Councilman Chris J. Coschignano. “As we head closer towards the end of winter, we also head closer to warmer weather and another fun filled spring softball season just waiting to happen,” Councilman Coschignano said. “The Town of Oyster Bay is proud to continue the Men’s Softball Night League each year to promote teamwork as well as a great game of softball.” According to Councilman Coschignano, the Town of Oyster Bay’s Men’s Softball Night League offers players a competitive atmosphere as well as exceptional conditions for the sport. “This well managed Men’s Softball Night League provides players with the opportunity to play on fields that many consider to be among the finest in the country,” Councilman Coschignano said. “From the friendly competition in each game to the ideal facilities, these night-time softball games have a lot to

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offer.” Councilman Coschignano also noted that games will begin in April 2017 and will be held at either Theodore Roosevelt Park, located on West Avenue in Oyster Bay, John J. Burns Park, located at 4990 Merrick Road in Massapequa, Ellsworth Allen Park located at 45 Motor Avenue in Farmingdale or Plainview-Old Bethpage Community Park located at 175 Washington Avenue in Plainview. The Men’s Softball Night League will feature 10 regular season games (2 games per night once a week). The fee for registration is $650 per team plus an umpire fee of $830 per team, making the total registration fee $1480. Two separate checks are required for payment. Registration is currently ongoing but will close on Friday, March 31. Teams interested in more information or looking to receive a registration packet, please contact Donna or Jackie in the Parks Department Recreation Division at (516) 797-4125, ext. 1 or 4 or visit the Town’s website www.oysterbaytown.com.

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