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A MORE BEAUTIFUL SYOSSET
RESIDENTS for a more beautiful Syosset recently held its annual flower planting at Memorial Park on the corner of Underhill Boulevard in preparation for Memorial Day. Community members, Syosset Cub Scouts and elected officials volunteered their time to assist in planting many flats of annual flowers in the garden.
Grand larceny arrest in Woodbury Nassau County Police arrested a Woodbury man for allegedly trying to extort money from a teenage driver after a fender bender. According to police detectives, on Friday, May 10, at 1:13 pm Peter Cannetti, 34, of Woodbury, while walking in the parking lot of 7956 Jericho Turnpike, approached a female driver, 18, who was operating her vehicle in the parking lot and accused her of striking him with her car. Cannetti intimidated and coerced her into giving him $100 for an alleged injury to his
foot. Police say he threatened to contact the police and her parents, and but instead obtained the victim’s phone number. Since the incident, Cannetti allegedly made several attempts to contact the victim and extort additional money from her. The victim then reported the incident to police, and after a subsequent investigation, detectives were able to locate Cannetti on Sunday, May 12, in his vehicle in the parking lot of 7977 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury. After
pulling behind him with their lights activated, Cannetti allegedly quickly reversed his car in an attempt to escape and struck the unmarked vehicle causing minor damage. Detectives were then able to place him under arrest without further incident. No injuries were reported. Cannetti is charged with Grand Larceny 4th Degree, Attempted Grand Larceny 4th Degree, Coercion 2nd Degree and Criminal Mischief 4th Degree. He was released on an appearance ticket.
School district budget votes, elections on Tuesday Voters in Long Island school districts will go to the polls on Tuesday, May 21st between 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. to vote for school budgets. In Jericho, the budget of $124,341,752 represents a 1.46% tax levy increase and is below the New York State Tax Cap. Two candidates are running for one seat in the Jericho School District. Voters will have to choose between Pam Wasserman-Heath and Maria Sy-Rangel. Jericho residents will cast their votes in the Jericho High School gym. In Syosset, the proposed budget is $236,977,020 and represents a 2.49% increase, which is also below the state tax cap. Syosset voters will choose four school trustees from a slate of six candidates: Tracy Frankel, Robert Gershon, Court Cousins, Dr. Uzma Syed, Susan Parker and Thomas A. Rotolo. Syosset residents vote at three different polling stations, depending on their elementary school attendance zones. Please see the district web site www.syossetschools.com for more information.
Town offers summer fitness classes
The Town of Oyster Bay's Fitness Classes will return this July in the Hicksville Athletic Building. Spring fitness classes are co-ed, open to individuals 18 years of age or older, and run for 10 weeks. “These fitness programs provide a terrific form of aerobic exercise that builds strength as well as increases general flexibility,” said Town of Oyster Bay Councilman Thomas Hand. “Cardio Kick-Boxing, Ballroom Dancing and Zumba are very popular programs that give residents an outlet to enjoy exercising and staying in shape, all while meeting new people.” Registration for the three programs will take place at the See page 15
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This Week at the Syosset Public Library Thursday, May 23 at 2:00 PM
Current Events in Perspective Presenter: Michael D'Innocenzo, Professor Emeritus of History at Hofstra University and Advisory Board Member National Issues Forums Institute Professor D'Innocenzo discusses many noteworthy issues in this ongoing series. Free. No registration required.
Friday, May 24 at 2:00 PM
The King and Queen of Jazz: Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald Presenter: Marilyn Carminio, pop culture lecturer
Two of the greatest musicians in the history of the 20th century come together in this dual biography of Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald. Each performing over 300 concerts a year, they shared in common dazzling artistry, an optimism for life and a desire to make people happy through their music. This lively presentation showcases their music and lives. Programs will take place at the Syosset Public Library. 225 South Oyster Bay Rd. Syosset. For more information, go to www. syossetlibrary.org
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To the Editor: I’d like to tell you a little bit about my good friend Dr. Pam WassermanHeath who is running for re-election to Jericho’s Board of Education. I’ve known Pam for approximately 10 years. She is an amazing, loyal, respectful, trustworthy and professional friend, advocate, mom, wife and daughter. As a clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience, Pam has special skills that really help her understand students and parents. Her smile and positivity can be seen and felt at practically every school meeting and major event. She is ALWAYS available and approachable for everyone – students, teachers, staff, parents and community members. Pam has been an effective and caring Trustee on Jericho’s Board of Education for the last 2 years. She is a perfect representative of a Jericho parent. Pam has 2 children, a son who attends Jericho Middle School and a daughter who attends Jericho High School. She definitely understands the need for balancing what is best for the students, teachers and school district with the financial considerations of the Jericho taxpayer. SHE IS ONE OF US!
Prior to becoming a Board of Education Trustee, Pam was the Vice President of Jericho’s Joint Council of Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs), a very active member of Jackson Elementary School’s PTA Executive Board and Co-President of Jackson’s PTA. I had the pleasure of working with Pam both when she was a member of Jackson PTA’s Executive Board, as well as when she was the Co-President of Jackson’s PTA. She was a true asset to Jackson. She made a concerted effort to be available to speak with people and share ideas. She has continually been an approachable and effective representative. I have ALWAYS found her to conduct herself with professionalism, listen to everyone and bring up comments, questions and opinions even if they are unpopular. She has NEVER put forth a personal agenda. I think that Dr. Wasserman-Heath has represented the Jericho community wonderfully during her tenure as a Trustee and believe that it is in the best interest of our community and school district to re-elect her. Please vote for Dr. Pam WassermanHeath, our friend, neighbor and colleague at the May 21st Jericho School Board Election. Esther Reich
School Board special meeting There will be a special meeting of the Syosset Board of Education at approximately 9:30 pm on Tuesday, May 21 in the South Woods Middle School Cafeteria. The purpose of the meeting is to declare the results of the budget and school board votes.
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This premiere car show will take place on Sunday, May 19 from 11 am to 4 pm at TOBAY Beach. The event was previously scheduled for April 28, but cancelled due to rain. Car Show Long Island’s 2019 Spring Classic will feature hundreds of automobiles, trucks, military vehicles, and emergency service vehicles. A live concert performed by The Mystic will take place during the day, followed by trophy presentations. The event is free for spectators. Supervisor Saladino stated, “Whether you’re a proud classic car owner or you want to see the best cars in the region, the Car Show Long Island is the place to be! This free family-fun event is a perfect way to spend the day, all with the beautiful backdrop of TOBAY Beach. Spectators can check out cool cars, vendors, exhibits and enjoy live music while surrounded by Long Island’s most classic, muscle, antique and exotic cars.” Trophies will be awarded in ten categories including best-of-the-best, and children will have a say when deeming which rides are their favorites in the Kids’ Choice Award. Car Show Long
Island’s 2019 Spring Classic is made possible through our presenting sponsors: Bethpage Federal Credit Union, MSG Network, and Trinity Solar. Additional sponsors include: PSEG-LI, Zorn’s of Bethpage, Movin’ On Sounds, Parts Authority, Nassau Financial Federal Credit Union, Zabbia Insurance Agency, Hagerty, Insurance, Paul’s Rods and Restos, RPM Raceway, Turf Tek USA, Modell’s Sporting Goods, MotorMouth Radio, 7-Eleven and WBAB 102.3. Enthusiasts and spectators can also grab a bite to eat from one of the many food trucks participating in Car Show Long Island’s 2019 Spring Classic. Car owners can pre-register their vehicles at www.carshowli.com for $15 per car or register the day-of for $25 per car. The rain date for the event is May 19, 2019. The event is free to spectators who are asked to bring two cans of food to donate to Island Harvest, the largest hunger relief organization on Long Island. For more information or to become a sponsor of the event, call (516) 797-4121 or e-mail email@example.com.
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On Tuesday, June 18 at 2 pm, debut novelist Nicola Harrison will discuss the writing of her new novel “Montauk” (2019) at the Syosset Public Library. The novel is a a fictionalized account of the transformation of a small fishing village to the destination resort town it has become, told through the eyes of lonely wife Beatrice Bordeaux. Copies of “Montauk” will be sold by the Friends of the Library for signing. Free. No registration required.
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Free advice for small businesses
The Town of Oyster Bay will offer free advice for residents interested in starting small businesses. Through the Workforce Partnership program, the town will welcome the SCORE Group LI to the Massapequa Career Center as they set up an office to offer residents free mentoring sessions on how to start a small business, and how to help a small business in need of assistance. The Town’s Massapequa Career Center is located at Town Hall South, 977 Hicksville Road, in Massapequa. “The Town of Oyster Bay’s Career Center provides valuable resources to both employers and job seekers. In additional to helping residents find employment opportunities, the Center assists in job creation by offering businesses on-the-job employee training, assistance with personnel recruiting and free consultation with Business Services Specialists for development of business solutions,” said Supervisor Saladino. “We are proud to expand our services through a partnership with SCORE Group LI and their talented professionals who will offer small business mentoring and training services, free of charge.”
The SCORE Group LI - a nonprofit organization with 10,000 volunteers and business experts and more than 2,000 offices in communities across America - is a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration. SCORE Group LI, the Long Island chapter of the SCORE Association, provides small business mentoring and training services to the community, and currently provides such services at 15 public and private facilities throughout Long Island. The Town of Oyster Bay and SCORE LI will partner to conduct mentoring sessions for Town residents who want to start a business, and for small business that need assistance. The volunteer mentors will conduct face to face meetings, at no charge to Town residents. This program is coordinated by the Workforce Partnership program, through the Town’s Department of Intergovernmental Affairs, Division of Employment and Training. For more information on SCORE Group LI or the Workforce Partnership program, please contact the Massapequa Career Center at (516) 797-4560 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Jericho student named to music honor society Rosario Fuschetto of Jericho was one of eighteen students at SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music who were recently inducted into
the college’s chapter of Pi Kappa Lambda, the national music honor society.
From left: Crane School of Music Associate Dean David Heuser, Dean Michael Sitton, Aiden Elwell, Pi Kappa Lambda Secretary Erin Brooks, Trudi VanOmmeren, Peter Gruner, Jessica Stolecki, Gabrielle McCormack, Emma Marhefka, Madison Kemler, Allison Brault, Chapter Treasurer Robert Docker, Emily Milne, Julie Miller, Jerod Sommerfeldt, Assistant Provost Jill Pearon, Edward Komara, Rosemarie Suniga and Chapter President Donald George.
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• Adding Holidays Diwali and Eid to the school calendar. • Supporting numerous hires in guidance, social work, Curriculum Associates (music, world language), Principal of Elementary, Co-Principal of High School and Director of Pupil Personnel. • Increased focus on safety concerns, with approval for immediate short term changes and ongoing work based on recommendations. • Board initiative and commitment to focus on stress, anxiety, and the mental health and emotional well being of all students. • A commitment to focus on maintaining outstanding programming, innovation, and fiscal responsibility. • Board Member Development sponsored by NYSSBA, NSBA, & sponsored by state superintendents.
BUDGET & ELECTION VOTE: Tuesday, May 21st • 6am-9pm • Sam Springer Gym at the MS/HS If re-elected to the Board of Education, I will continue to be open minded to all ideas and conversations. With gratitude and respect I will listen to each concern expressed to me. I stand firmly with a code of ethics that demands absolute confidentiality and hope to promote trust and open dialogue. I will maintain awareness to the high stress experienced by our children and work to support our families. I promise to represent your voice with compassion and integrity. I will utilize my proven leadership and professional skills to maintain our district of excellence.
- Dedication to the Jericho Community - Resident of Jericho for 40 years - Graduate of Jericho HS class of 1985 - 2 children in district School District & Community Involvement • Past Vice President of Jericho Joint Council of PTA’s • Past President of George Jackson Elementary PTA • Board of TrusteesNorth Shore Synagogue (4th year) • Board Member- Birchwood Civic Association- Jericho
ENDORSEMENTS: Dr. Pam Wasserman Heath has been endorsed by: THE JERICHO CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES ASSOCIATION, A THE JERICHO TEACHER ASSOCIATION, A THE JERICHO EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATORS ASSOCIATION (JEAA - PRINCIPALS AND ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS), A THE BIRCHWOOD CIVIC ASSOCIATION-JERICHO, A LONG ISLAND OPT OUT, Lisa Albert, Mirna Eusebio and Ivan Aristy, Adrienne Agulnick, Patty and Christo Andreolas, Darlene Pergola Apolant, Harriet and Kosmas Aronis, Jill Axelrod, Divya Balachandar, Tammy and Steve Balko, Julie and Ricky Becker, Yara Benayoun, Regine and Joel Bernstein, Linda and Danny Bindura, Andrea and Larry Bisso, Cheryl and Richard Blech, Marianne and Bobby Bock, Maria and Lawrence Bombace, Sunil Britt, Adam Brodsky, Lillian and Michael Calisto, Michelle Cammisuli, Cathy and Frank Capogna, Robert Caslin, Yan Chen and Yongsheng Wilson Jiao, Kwan Cheung, Beth and Scott Chodes,Jill and Lowell Citron, Tina Costeria, Danielle and David Day, Avril and Dr. Mickey D’Costa, Deborah Inoff, Tip Jalichan, Jennifer Cohen Libertoff, Benny D’Aquila, Lisa Davis, David and Danielle Day, Jami DeVellis Amy and Dr. Raymond Diaz, Laina Drew, Barbara Ferro, Max Ferro, Ellyn and Greg Field, Irene Fiero, Lisa Fiero, Julie Finkel Berg, Lilie and Dr. James Franks, Coleen and Bill Friedlander, Jim Friel, Gloria and Lou Fumo, Lori Gassenheimer, Kim Genova, Adina Ginsburg, Dr. Melissa and Scott Gerber, Dawn Goldstein, Debra and Craig Goldstein, Susan Paradise Goodman and Marshall Goodman, Dr. Richard Greenfield, Melissa Rosen Greenstein and Evan Greenstein, Leasiah Griffith, Gillian and Dan Grishman, Joey Grillo, Jennifer Gross, Shalini and Sanjay Gurnani, Dr. Anjali Hak, Mona and Bobby Hally, Gabriela and Dr. Dean Hart, Dolores and Robert Hoffman, Jeff Heath, Leah Heath, Sue and John Heilig, Chistopher Heilig, Dr. Fred Holtz, Tip Jalichan, Jinky and Robert Jung, Sunmi Jung, Jimmy and Shewar Kahn, Amy Kotowitz Kaminer, Christine Ianniello Kasper, Joan and Dr. Mike Kalogiannis, Susan Kallansrude, Steven Katz, Deseriee Kennedy and George White, Debbie and Brian Kenny, Denise and Kurt Klappert, Linda and Mike Klimchak, Jackie and David Krangle, Maha Koush, Anne and Brian Laddy, Yelina Lapina, Bev and Dr. Eustace Lashley, Alex Lashley, Cameron Lashley, Taylor Lashley, Angela Lastihenos Panagiotidis and Paul Panagiotidis, Katherine and Angelo Picatagi, Stacey Stone Landsberg, Amanda Lazare, Dabbie and John Lee, Pam and Mark Lefkowicz, Jen and Jim Levi,Marty and Elsie Levy,Jacquie Libertoff, Sue and Thomas Licetti, Kimberly Luong, Lai Pui Lin and Andy Pang, Allison and Bob Lipman, Asher Lipman, Lily Lipman, Micaela Lipman, Randi Luckman Rubin and Scott Rubin, Maryann and Sal LoGiudice, Marissa Lorintz, Vicky and Richard Mandery, Roe and George Maola, Melissa and Keith Marasia, Elizabeth Marchand, Charlie Marcus, Maxx Marcus, Samantha Marcus, Randi Marcus, Mary and Dr. Alan Marks, Stephanie and Craig Masheb,Cathy McNamara and Ian Weinberg, Adriana and Thomas Milana Jr., Giulia Milana, Sabrina Milana, Theresa Milana, Kerry Friel Minor and Michael Minor, Grace Munayirji, Kasturi Nandi and Nachiketa Mitra, Alexa Orbuch, Amanda Orbuch, Jodi and Steven Orbuch, Nikki Orbuch, Fran O’Connor, Cathie Paek, Kenny Park, IIeana Perez, Dr. Thaina and Claude Pierre, Cyndi and Michael Pressman, Jenna Qiu, Esther and Paul Reich, Wendy Reiss, Maria and John Rigalos, Elyse and Fernando Rodriguez, Iris and Dan Rosenthal, Francie Rosenblatt Gansl, Alana and Peter Sabesan, Zeina Sayegh Safa, Liz Salerno, Ali and Billy Schnell, Tania and Evan Schwarzwald, Jilma Orantes and Roy Silverberg, Vittoria Smania, Marni Naiburg Smith, Laura and Chris Spofford, Arlene Steinberg, Kim and Dan Sternick, Jennifer Stoler, Allison Aruta Krush Stone and Ian Stone, Orit Levy Swickle, Joe Taibi, Sheri and Tom Taubes, Davi and Van Tserpelis, Lisa Hatzis Tsioros and Chris Tsioros, Dr. Sunita Trikha and Dr. Scott Trepeta, Melanie and Richard Turkisher, The Velotti Family, Amanda Yan, Dr. Judy Yu, Donna and Jerry Wasserman, Christine Wayrich, Sheree Weingarten, Glenna Weisenfeld, Sue Weiss, Susan and Barry Weissberg, Linn Weissman, Dee Bee Wong, Lori Worst, Kenny Yellin, Steven Young, Ellen and David Zimmerman, Moselle Zuckerman
Professional Experience: - 22 years of work as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. - Provide a wide range of clinical services at Psychological Services of Long Island, including a role as Director of Supervision. - I facilitate effective team problem solving and conflict resolution. My professional training and experience in multiculturalism and diversity will continue to serve as an asset to the board and community. I value differing world views, customs, and will work to support every family in district.
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Not a plane, it’s a bird First grade classes at the Bethpage Union Free School District’s Charles Campagne Elementary School welcomed Donna Waldenburg of the Long Island Center for Arts and Sciences for the “It’s a Bird” program on May 8. Ms. Waldenburg spoke to the first-graders about the various types of birds and how each one serves different purposes on the planet. She discussed the different environments and diets of the species and allowed each student to examine a turkey feather and observe its appearance and touch.
After learning about birds such as penguins, woodpeckers, peafowls, cardinals and many more, students created bird feeders. Using a pine cone and other supplies distributed by Ms. Waldenburg, each student added their own personal touches and constructed a bird feeder to bring home. Charles Campagne thanks Ms. Waldenburg for educating the first grade classes on the importance of birds and how they can play a part in supporting local bird species. Photos courtesy of the Bethpage Union Free School District
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First grade students at Charles Campagne Elementary School created pine cone bird feeders during a “It’s a Bird” program by LICA on May 8.
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Syosset-Woodbury Rotary welcomes Boy Scouts of America
Town honors “Employer of the Month”
Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino with CEO and founder of ITutor Harry Aurora. Paul Ruppel, Rotary President Moira Patterson, Jennifer Grignoli Jennifer Grignoli, director of development for the Theodore Roosevelt Council od Nassau County, and Paul Ruppel, Cubmaster of Syosset Boy Scouts Pack 168, spoke to the club members at a recent meeting. Jennifer explained that 3,000 volunteers assist with 220 scouting units in Nassau County. The Council's focus is on the development of leadership skills, outdoor adventure, service to others and personal growth and development. The Council provides afterschool scouting programs to underpriviledgd areas in Nassau, summer camps and scholarships. Last year, the scouts welcomed girls into the organization, and there are now 400 girls in the Boy Scouts in Nassau. For
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more information, you may contact Jennifer at 516-797-7600x10 or visit the Council's website: www.TRCBSA.org. Paul Ruppel volunteers his time as Cubmaster for Pack 168 of the Syosset Boy Scouts. His scouts are involved in various activities, such as a Pine Derby Track, an overnight trip to the Liberty Science Program in New Jersey and summer camp. The Syosset-Woodbury Rotary presented Paul with a donation of $1,000 to assist the pack with its educational activities. The Syosset-Woodbury Rotary meets on Tuesday afternoons at Lisbon Cafe, Jericho Turnpike, Jericho.
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Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino recently met with CEO and founder of iTutor Harry Aurora to honor iTutor as the Town of Oyster Bay Employer of the Month. iTutor is a leader in the education field whose mission is to make quality online learning affordable and accessible to anyone with an internet connection. Headquartered in Jericho, iTutor Inc. helps to insure the prized ‘teacher to student ratio of 1:1’ happens, in conjunction with classroom teaching.
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Because of iTutor’s technology, they are able to help schools reach every child under nearly any circumstance, whether they are unable to physically come to school, need credit recovery, or are simply seeking highly customized solutions to their current educational needs. “iTutor is an extraordinary example of the American entrepreneurial spirit,” Supervisor Saladino said. “It is a source of pride that this exceptional business, which helps advance educational opportunities for all, calls our Town home.”
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Syosset students receive National Merit Scholarship awards
Superintendent Dr. Tom Rogers (far left) and Prinical Dr. John Durante (far right) congratulate Sabrina and Michael on receiving the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Award. Photo courtesy of the Syosset School District Syosset High School students Sabrina Eager and Michael Wang are recipients of the 2019 National Merit $2500 Scholarship award. They will each receive a $2,500 scholarship in recognition of their academic and personal achievements. They were selected from a pool of more than 15,000 Finalists nationwide in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. Approximately 1.6 million students enter the competition annually. This year, 31 Syosset High School students were named Commended Students, 10 were named Semifinalists and 9 were named Finalists. Students initially qualify for the competition by scoring among the highest in the state on the Preliminary SAT/National
Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Less than one percent of the nation’s high school seniors were named Semifinalists on a state-representational basis. The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition that began in 1955. Students are judged on academic achievement, standardized test scores, contributions in school and community activities and potential for success in rigorous college studies. Students are also required to submit an essay and a recommendation from a high school official. Approximately 7,600 Finalists will earn the “Merit Scholar” title in 2019 and receive a total of over $31 million in college scholarships.
Syosset resident named Student of the Month Long Island Lutheran Middle & High School is proud to announce that Winner Zhai, a LuHi 11th grader, was named April Student of the Month. This recognition is not easy to achieve. Students must exemplify academic excellence as well as character and service to fellow students, an honor worthy of recognition. Congratulations Winner on your accomplishments!
Syosset resident Winner Zhai was named LuHi Student of the Month for April.
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Kaitlyn Hom poses with her winning artwork.
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Kaitlyn Hom, a Syosset High School student, has received a gold medal in the Scholastic Art Award competition for young artists and writers. As a gold medalist, she is in top the 1% of all 340,000 participants and joins a talented group of alumni artists. Her artwork, “Saturated,” was selected based on the quality of its technical skill, originality and the voice or vision it communicated. It will be displayed in the Parson School of Design and exhibited around the country for the next two years. It will also be recognized through its exhibition on the online galleries at artandwriting.org on the scholastic website. The scholastic art award competition was founded in 1923 by Maurice R. Robinson in hopes of highlighting artistic talent in the US and inspiring young artists. Today, the scholastic art award competition works with the alliance for young artists and writers, never straying from their mission to provide teens with opportunities to exhibit their artwork, receive scholarships, and have their work published. The Alliance also offers programs such as the Art.Write. Now.Tour, the National Student Poets Program, the Scholastic Awards Summer Workshops and Scholastic Awards Summer Scholarships programs to support young artists. Kaitlyn’s artwork advanced from the regional level as a gold key winner and was then selected as a first place gold medal winner on the national level. She joins a talented group of past winners, including artists Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, Kay WalkingStick, and many more.
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Bill Farran, Block Print Artist
June 5 – June 27, 2019 Bill Farran’s art will be exhibited in the library’s art gallery from June 5 through June 27. Open to the public. Bill Farran’s artistic focus and inspiration flows from two sources. First, he loves his medium, block printing. The feel of the wood or linoleum under the carving tools transports him to another plain. The process of working backwards and in reverse is an enjoyable challenge. In block printing, one has to remove the surface, leaving behind the surface that will accept the ink
and print. When adding color, a second block has to be carved. Hand printing in itself is an art. Second, he loves his subjectthe wooden synagogues of Eastern Europe and their importance in Jewish cultural history. Depicting them as linocuts and woodcuts began with creating a simple Jewish New Year’s card, and has become a journey reinventing his life. Wooden synagogues are gone from Eastern Europe, victims of fire, war, old age and the Holocaust. Through art, he trys to bring back these magnificent Jewish wooden synagogues to give us a glimpse of the past.
New date for TOBAY car show Long Island's premiere car show will take place on Sunday, May 19 from 11 am to 4 pm at TOBAY Beach. The event was previously scheduled for April 28, but cancelled due to rain. Car Show Long Island’s 2019 Spring Classic will feature hundreds of automobiles, trucks, military vehicles, and emergency service vehicles. A live concert performed by The Mystic will take place during the day, followed by trophy presentations. The event is free for spectators. Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino stated, “Whether you’re a proud classic car owner or you want to see the best cars in the region, the Car Show Long Island is the place to be! This free family-fun event is a perfect way to spend the day, all with the beautiful backdrop of TOBAY Beach. Spectators can check out cool cars, vendors, exhibits and enjoy live music while surrounded by Long Island’s most classic, muscle, antique and exotic cars.” Trophies will be awarded in ten categories including best-of-the-best, and children will have a say when deeming which rides are their favorites in the Kids’ Choice
Award. Car Show Long Island’s 2019 Spring Classic is made possible through our presenting sponsors: Ambassador Home Improvement, Bethpage Federal Credit Union, MSG Network, and Trinity Solar. Additional sponsors include: PSEGLI, Zorn’s of Bethpage, Movin’ On Sounds, Parts Authority, Nassau Financial Federal Credit Union, Zabbia Insurance Agency, Hagerty, Insurance, Paul’s Rods and Restos, RPM Raceway, Turf Tek USA, Modell’s Sporting Goods, MotorMouth Radio, 7-Eleven and WBAB 102.3. Enthusiasts and spectators can also grab a bite to eat from one of the many food trucks participating in Car Show Long Island’s 2019 Spring Classic. Car owners can pre-register their vehicles at www.carshowli.com for $15 per car or register the day-of for $25 per car. The event is free to spectators who are asked to bring two cans of food to donate to Island Harvest, the largest hunger relief organization on Long Island. For more information or to become a sponsor of the event, call (516) 797-4121 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Discovering Ancient Christian Site of Aquilea, Roman City of Grado and Trieste on Self-Guided Biketour BY KAREN RUBIN TRAVEL FEATURES SYNDICATE GOINGPLACESFARANDNEAR.COM Stage 3 of our eight-day Venice-TriesteIstria self-guided bike tour again offers a choice of a 28-mile ride (if we take a boat) or 55 miles without. Of course we bike. We stop at the 38.4 km mark at Marano Lagunare, a delightful, picturesque village (which is where we could take the boat). We find ourselves in the center piazza and a marvelous restaurant, Trattoria Barcaneta, for lunch. It is so peaceful and quiet and utterly charming and colorful. As we ride the bike trail, we come upon a set of Roman ruins of a colonnade behind a fence, oddly alongside a road. Then, a tower comes into view, looming above a wall of tall trees. I must investigate, and check the notes the tour operator has provided. I realize that this is Aquileia, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. This proves the highlight of the day: the massive Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta dates from 313 AD, when the Dict of Milan ended religious persecution and the Christian community could legally build a place of public worship. The first church was destroyed and over the centuries has been rebuilt four times, each time using the stones of the earlier buildings. As it stands today, the basilica is in Romanesque-Gothic style, with a 73 meter-high tower. The inside is breathtaking: the entire floor is Roman mosaic from the 4th century, only uncovered in 1909-1912. The 760 sq. meter floor is believed to be the larg-
The entire floor of the basilica at Aquileia is covered with Roman mosaics © Karen Rubin/ goingplacesfarandnear.com est Paleo-Christian mosaic of the western world. But more awaits: I walk down to the Crypt of Frescoes, incredibly beautiful and amazingly rich color. The structure dates back to the 9th
century and the frescoes date from the 12th century. 19 scenes tell the history of Hermagora and the origins of Christianity in Aquileia. It is a lovely complex, and we enjoy
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much further to go. Grado The rest of the ride is extremely pleasant, capped with what feels like three miles over a dam, with water on both sides, to get into Grado, another gorgeous seaside beach resort, this one with yachts. We arrive in time to make it down to the beach by 7 pm (when we discover they don’t charge the 2E fee to use the beach at that hour), and get to swim in the Adriatic before going in search of a dinner place. Grado is interesting – our hotel is along
the beach and is a string of modern hotels that have you thinking a little bit of Miami Beach. Our guidebook says that Grado, known as a golden island, is the only good beach resort on the Upper Adriatic, and has an exceptionally picturesque old town and a fascinating history. Indeed, just a couple of blocks away, it’s like a completely different world: we find ourselves in Grado’s Old City, standing over an excavation of Roman ruins of a military camp (fort), a town square with a Basilica della Corte that dates from the 4th century (one of the oldest in Italy), and a delightful pedestrian walkway loaded with shops and restaurants in an old historic section.
Aquileia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site © Karen Rubin/ goingplacesfarandnear.com
Trieste © Karen Rubin/goingplacesfarandnear.com
All the restaurants are booked solid (we haven’t yet learned the trick of phoning in advance for reservations, which would be facilitated by the dining recommendations in our guidebook), but we find a small innovative place that serves tapas-style. The town is extremely picturesque and at night the promenade is lighted, there is an interesting fountain with colored lights you walk under like a tunnel, and it is simply delightful to stroll. Other attractions include the Basilica di Sant’Eufernia which dates from the 6th century and is located in Campo del Patriarchi. The bell tower was built in 1455. There is also a statue of Archangel Michael, the symbol of Grado, on the tower. Our guidebook also makes note of a boat trip to the island of Anfora, a picturesque fishing village in the heart of the lagoon. Some parts of the lagoon are designated nature preserves, harboring some 260 species of birds. Here again, we just fall under the spell of this place. It has been another utterly perfect day. Stage 4: Aquilea/Grado – Trieste (43 miles/70 km or 25 miles/40 km) + train Day 5 of our eight-day self-guided VeniceTrieste-Istria bike tour starts off magnificently: the ride from Grado begins with another glorious miles-long ride over a dam (a different one from yesterday) giving stunning views and refreshing breezes. It continues through a landscape of rocky caverns and farmland, along the seacoast, finally coming to a delightful swimming beach (this is why you should carry swimming things). This part of the ride, the first 24 miles, has been fantastic. Then we come into Monfalcone, a busy city of shipyards and cruise ships, where we get lost. And here we make a bad choice for our route to Trieste.
The regular (recommended) route would have us riding 43 miles along the coastal road (we are told this isn’t a bike trail but there may be a bike lane) taking in Duino, Sistiana, Miramare, and Barcola. Our FunActive guide Anthony (I recall too late), has described riding along cliffs that you can climb down, passing the castle of Miramare high above the Bay of Grignano, situated in the middle of a park, which is a major attraction (not to mention the castle has a Manet exhibit, which I only learn about after we arrive at our Trieste hotel). Anthony also said how the ride can be reduced to 25 miles by taking a train into Trieste. We don’t do either. Instead, we take a “variant” route from Monfalcone into the “hinterland” (the thought of “hinterland” had really excited Eric) that brings us into Slovenia (no border crossing or passport required back and forth to Italy). As it turns out, this adventure adds 17 miles to the 43 of which most of it is up and up and up, on winding roads (at one point, my “can do” attitude fails and I walk the bike up the last quarter-mile to this section’s “top” feeling defeated). There are no charming villages. No beautiful sights or vistas. Even the restaurant that is marked on the map is closed. We ride through what is supposed to be a preserve with trees on both sides, but there are no real views or scenery. Finally, we come back to the Italy border where there is a tiny rest stop (no bathroom though). I rejuvenate with an ice cream bar, sitting on an air-conditioned porch (I think I am close to heat exhaustion), and recover myself for the final trek into Trieste. Chalk this up to the “physical challenge” part of bike touring that gives you something to boast about forever more. And adventure. After all, it could have been the most fantastic off-the-beaten-track
Exquisite 12th century frescoes in the crypt in Aquileia, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, dating from 313 AD © Karen Rubin/ goingplacesfarandnear.com
discovery anyone had ever seen. We make the final climbs and then find ourselves, indeed, at a scenic overlook (actually somebody’s driveway) with a sensational view of Trieste. But after taking our victory-photos, we realize that now we have to bike down this narrow, busy road with its hair turns that (seemingly) goes on for miles. We feel like we are coming down a corkscrew and finally are deposited into the traffic and hubbub of a bustling major city. Trieste is like culture shock after our time in the tranquil countryside. But we see regal, if drab and aging, buildings, evidence of an important city. Somehow, Eric finds the way to our hotel, located on the fringe of the historic Old City (I clock the day at 54 miles of which I estimate 12 miles are uphill). We quickly drop our things and go out to explore while there is still light. It’s a short walk to the main square. All at once, I am transported: the architecture evokes Vienna rather than Venice majestic buildings in neoclassic style. Indeed, Trieste (as much of Slovenia just across the
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G O I N G P L A C E S, N E A R & F A R .... border), was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It was once the Empire’s most important Mediterranean port, and interestingly, with the European Union, has again become a major gateway into Europe, rivaling Koper, Slovenia’s major port, for commerce. The city puts out an outstanding tourist map, giving background to its history and guide to important sites like the Museum of History and Art and Lapidary Gardens, the Castle Museum and Lapidarium, the Victory Lighthouse (built 1922 honoring sailors lost in World War I), the Opicina Tramway built in 1902 linking city centre with the plateau. It offers tours to Roman Trieste and literary tours. And as I discover (too late to take advantage): Jewish Trieste: Risiera di San Sabba, created inside an old rice husking factory, was the only extermination camp in Italy and declared a national monument in 1965; Via del Monte, a Jewish community with a cemetery used for 400 years, a Jewish Temple, and a See page D6
Historic Grado at night © Karen Rubin/goingplacesfarandnear.com
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There are the immaculate people, the tidy & the organized
BY CLAIRE LYNCH
’ve noticed as I’ve gone through life that there are immaculate looking people, there are tidy people and then there are organized people. I don’t fall into the immaculate looking people category nor do I fall into the tidy people category. But when it comes to being organized, I’ve got that down to a T. I say that because when it comes to finding things, I am tops in my field. Sure over the years I have misplaced the occasional thing - my driver’s license and my birth certificate and my U.S. Passport just to name three things. But sooner or later they have reappeared and ever since all has been well in my world. When I make major purchases, however, when I buy a 40-inch TV or a new dishwasher, I take home my receipt and pop it into a certain black filing cabinet in my little home office. Thankfully I don’t drop that receipt onto my kitchen table or dining room table or leave it in my coat pocket. I am as protective as can be about my receipts. One reason that I’m so protective is because over the years I have learned ... the hard way. It’s best to be safe rather than sorry. I actually have two black filing cabinets in my home office. A small tabletop lamp stands on top of each one and when lighted, I think that they give the room a certain ambiance. Some of my siblings have kidded me about having black filing cabinets in my home but I tell them that they definitely come in handy.
“They aren’t very attractive,” my older sister, Michelle, said one time with a frown. And she almost snarled when she said it. And my younger sister, Susan, called them eclectic. “They don’t match the decor,” Susan said with a sneer. “In fact, they stick out like a pair of sore thumbs.” She wouldn’t look at me when she said that but in her own inimitable way she made her point quite clear. Crystal clear. I wondered where my sisters’ frowns, snarls and sneers were coming from since usually they are cheerful people not negative ones. I guess they really have something against filing cabinets. I shrugged off their laments and went about my business because a) I’m not trying to be Joanna Gaines with the best and latest in sheik home decorating and b) because they are very practical. My filing cabinets have served me very well and they continue to do so. This is my habit: As soon as I walk in the door I toss that new purchase receipt into the drawer of the filing cabinet and presto, it’s safe and sound only to be retrieved if I need to check a warranty date, a date of purchase or some such detail. On a rainy day when I have a few hours of spare time on my hands I go through that drawer of receipts and organize them by topic. I have “electronics,” “household goods,” “appliances,” etc. I also have another drawer that I have carefully marked “tax returns” because whenever that time of the year for taxes rolls around, and we all know when that is, I can pull out whatever I
need and voila, I’ve got the forms, the information and the answers at my fingertips. Being so organized proved to be fruitful one day recently when I was vacuuming my living room and the on/ off foot pedal broke. The 18 lb. upright machine konked out, came to a halt and that piece of metal (ok, it’s mostly plastic) drew its last breath. I was disappointed because I was only half-way through my vacuuming at that point. I pressed the pedal a few more times but nothing happened. For a few minutes I was stymied. In short, I was flummoxed. Whizzing over to my trusty filing cabinet and flipping to my “new vacuum” purchases, I discovered that it was still under warranty. “Yippee!” I shouted. Dancing around like Snoopy on his toes I was as pleased as punch because I had a feeling that having my original warranty was going to save me a lot of grief. The warranty was for three years and checking the date, I was delighted to see that the vacuum I had bought at a big box store on Long Island was two months shy of the warranty’s expiration date. Blinking my eyes, I looked again to see if what I had read was correct. It was indeed. Dashing to my landline phone, I called the company’s customer service number in the manual (yes I keep all instructional manuals, too) and in short order was connected to a very real, live person. After typing in some very pertinent information such as my name, address,
phone number, model and serial number, date of purchase, etc., the customer service person named Violet asked me to email the company my receipt. I scanned it in and emailed it back. In just a few days a different person called and saying that they had reviewed my case, he said that the company could offer me a replacement vacuum. I was as happy as could be. That saved me from having to run out to the big box store to buy another vacuum which would mean having to do some research and comparative shopping. Or from having to go online and order one there to be delivered to my house. Whether it is in person or online, shopping for vacuums isn’t my favorite pastime. All I had to do was complete a form they emailed me, peel off the sticker on the back of the upright vacuum that had the model number and the serial number, affix it to the form and mail it to where I was instructed. Once they received my latest information at their headquarters, the company would issue me a brand new upright vacuum. They would pack it and box it and send it on its way. A truck would be dispatched and within a short amount of time a new upright vacuum would be arriving on my doorstep. The day that an overnight delivery truck delivered my brand new upright vacuum to my house was a good one. I did my happy Snoopy dance once again. It had been three weeks since my old one had konked out so I needed to give See page D6
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I’ve Been Working on the Railroad BY TOM MARGENAU
Q: My husband and I live in Utah. We went to file for our Social Security benefits last week. And we were shocked to learn that his claim must be processed by some railroad board. Why? The work he did for the railroad was more than 30 years ago! A: I can explain. But frankly, I can’t quite understand it. Recently, I wrote a column in which I bragged about the fact that I can give the rationale behind almost all Social Security rules and regulations. But I admitted there were several rules that I couldn’t explain. I forgot to add this one. It involves the jurisdiction of Social Security claims involving people who also worked for a railroad. Many of my readers may not be aware of this, but people who work for a railroad don’t pay into Social Security. Instead, they are covered by the Railroad Retirement System. Why that is dates back to the 1930s. Congress started working on setting up a pension system for railroaders before they got going on Social Security legislation. Once they got the ball rolling on Social Security, I guess Congress figured that people who worked for a railroad didn’t need to be covered under the new Social Security law since they already had their own pension system. But almost all railroad employees have worked at other jobs where they have paid into Social Security. And here’s the rub. The rules say that if you have just 10 or more years of railroad work, the Railroad Retirement Board has jurisdiction of not only the payment of railroad benefits, but also of any claims for Social Security benefits that you or your dependents or survivors might file. You didn’t tell me how long your husband worked for the railroad. But here is a typical example. Hal worked for a railroad for just over 12 years early in his life. However, he spent the rest of his career, about 40 years, working at jobs where he paid into Social Security. So when he files for Social Security retirement benefits, Hal is surprised, and probably a little upset, to learn that his Social Security claim must be sent to the Railroad Retirement Board for processing. And if his wife files for spousal benefits on Hal’s record, her claim is shipped to RRB for processing, too. They will end up getting whatever Social Security benefits they are due, with some augmented RRB benefits. But again, the rules say the RRB takes charge of both Social Security and railroad claims. I understand they have to set up the payment of whatever extra railroad benefits might be due. But why they have to take control of the Social Security claim is a bit of a mystery. Anyway, that’s why your husband’s claim was shipped to the RRB for pro-
cessing. And one possible downside to that development is the service you can expect. Unlike the Social Security Administration, which has something like 1,300 field offices around the country, the RRB has only 30 or so, and most of them are clustered east of the Mississippi. The good news is that they appear to have a really good website: www.rrb. gov. Q: I worked for a railroad for eight years back when I was in my early 20s. Someone told me that I must file for my Social Security benefits with the Railroad Retirement Board. This doesn’t make sense. A: You’re right. It doesn’t make sense. And that’s because it’s not true. Your railroad work didn’t meet that 10year threshold mark that requires RRB jurisdiction. In fact, you and I are in the same boat. I worked for a railroad for about five years when I was in my late teens and early 20s. And because I had fewer than 10 years of railroad work, those railroad earnings were automatically transferred to my Social Security account, and they are treated like any other earnings I might have. The same thing will happen with you. And when it comes time to file for Social Security, you will deal with the Social Security Administration, not the Railroad Retirement Board. That’s really all the railroad-related questions I have. But I’ve got some space left to answer a few general questions about Social Security. Q: I just signed up for my Social Security. I am 62. And I was told by the Social Security agent that my Medicare coverage will start two years from now. But all my friends tell me I have to wait until I am 65. Who is right? A: I wonder if you filed for Social Security disability benefits instead of retirement? Or maybe you filed for both? Because if you applied for disability benefits, the law says that Medicare coverage kicks in 24 months after your claim is approved. But if you are getting just retirement benefits, then you have to wait until age 65 before you can get Medicare. Q: I am an 86-year-old widower who still works full time. Here is something that puzzles me. I am paying Social Security taxes twice. Why in the world am I doing that? A: You didn’t fully explain what you meant by the statement, “I am paying Social Security taxes twice.” But I can take a guess. First of all, anyone who is working at a job covered by Social Security (which are almost all jobs in this country), has to have Social Security payroll taxes deducted from his or her salary. And that happens whether you are 16 years old or 86 years old.
As a completely separate issue, the Social Security benefits you get may be subject to federal income taxes. Those rules are way too complicated for me to explain in today’s column. But in a nutshell, I can tell you that if you file an individual tax return and if your net taxable income is over $25,000, you will probably pay taxes on those benefits.
So the two taxes you are talking about are entirely separate issues. One is a payroll tax on your salary, and the other is an income tax on your total income. If you have a Social Security question, Tom Margenau has the answer. Contact him at email@example.com. COPYRIGHT 2019 CREATORS.COM
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Are you thinking of selling your home on your own in 2019?
his year appears to be an excellent moment in time to sell your home, home owner association, condo or co-op. Taking a macro look at the current real estate market and developing your own opinion is one method that many use to determine the health of the market without any backing with facts; I call that “fake news” developed by the homeowner or whomever they are listening to, who for the most part, have no or limited experience with facts and figures or probably are not even in the business. Gathering accurate facts and statistics from experienced Realtors (like me), who are in the trenches doing this business day in and day out; as well as reading current articles, going to local and national conventions and seeing and experiencing the trends; also, who has the advantage, the seller’s or the buyer’s now and going forward. In some locations, it’s still a bit more of a seller’s market, where homes are priced at market value. Homes priced correctly below one million dollars and with taxes less than $15,000, are still selling well. You ask what is market value? It’s the price that purchasers are willing and do pay for a similar property that has sold in the last 6-12 months, as the bank appraisers use this as a fairly accurate barometer when determining fair market value. However, some banks are much more conservative than others. I will not point a finger at one specific bank, since I bank with them, but they appraised a home I was selling in New Hyde Park within the Great Neck school district; which added more value compared to other local school districts, due to the greater demand for that specific school district. The purchaser provided an agreed upon
BY PHILIP A. RAICES price of $983,000 in July of 2018 and we closed in September of 2018 at reduced price of $920,000. Are you wondering why there was such a discount on the price? Well, let me tell you what happened. I provided comparable sales of similar homes of $950,000 and $970,000 in the area within the Great Neck school district, while prices were still fairly strong. Well, the appraiser decided not to consider my Multiple Listing Service of Long Island comparable closed sales and used his own, which I totally disagreed with and to this day find unacceptable. I had what you might call a professional discussion with him (more of a heated conversation) and asked why he eliminated my comparable sales and didn’t use them; and he really gave me no logical or common sense reason; just told me to talk with the mortgage person, who wasn’t exactly ecstatic about his decision. Obviously, the appraiser works for the bank, who works for the buyer and not the seller. My seller was moving across country and had already picked out a home that he fell in love with and wanted to purchase and didn’t want to lose it. He didn’t blame me for the major discount, because he bought it through me in 1994 for $288,400! Not too shabby a profit, eh? More than triple his initial purchase price! So we did close the sale. So, depending on the bank your buyer maybe using, which you have no control over, your price may not end up being the actual sale price and it will be up to you decide if you want to make an adjustment, if need be, or not go ahead with your sale
and look for another qualified buyer. Sellers, beware of pricing your home, like “pie in the sky” it’s not a realistic approach in trying to sell your home, homeowner association, condo or co-op. I have said this before, and I will note this again, “your feelings are never going to be truly relevant to actual market value.” Looking online on Zillow, which isn’t accurate in determining pricing, where they are using algorithms or other sites and not using the number one source for accuracy, which is the multiple listing service of Long Island (http://www.mlsli.com) to price you home correctly. We have to record the actual selling price once the property is sold. Most important, we have been inside the particular property (Zillow cannot) in the beginning and noted the improvements that had been made in the last 3-5 years, kitchens, bathrooms, floors, roof, windows, heating, electric, plumbing, even additions to the living space. Lastly, with a home, even landscaping, which adds five dollars for every one dollar invested in the exterior of your property can make a difference in a selling price, if done properly! When a professional Realtor becomes responsible for marketing and merchandising your home, he or she has thirty-five things that they have to deal with. My complete color chart shows what we have to do to get a home sold. You don’t do your own dental work, do you? No, you have a dentist, right? We are no different, just a different venue, with different issues, curve balls and dilemmas to deal with and solve, from the beginning to the
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closing! If you want a copy of what you, as the homeowner need to do, similar to what we need to do most of the time; email or call me and I will be more than happy to share our responsibilities with you, without any obligation or “any strings attached whatsoever.” Here are four reasons to consider selling this year: • New buyers are still entering the market. • Interest rates are still on the lower end. • You have high equity. • Selling now will be better than waiting till 2020. • Selling on your own, can be a “slippery slope” without the proper knowledge and expertise in many areas of the real estate business. It is a lot more than just putting a price on your home and putting a sign on your front lawn. Philip A. Raices is the owner/Broker of Turn Key Real Estate at 3 Grace Ave Suite 180 Great Neck. He has earned designations as a Graduate of the Realtor Institute and a Certified International Property Specialist. Receive regular “free” updates of sold homes in your area and a “free” Comparative Market Analysis” of what your home would sell for in today’s market or search on: WWW.Li-RealEstate.Com If you would like to receive a digital copy or a printed copy of “Unlocking the Secrets of Real Estate’s New Market Reality Or “Our Seller’s Guide for “Things to Consider When Selling Your Home” just email or snail me (regular mail) with your name, email and cell number. He can be reached by email, at:Phil@ TurnKeyRealEstate.Com, or by cell: (516) 647-4289.
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Readers Share Their Brilliant Ideas Plus Something More BY MARY HUNT
FREEZE MILK FOR LATER Dear Mary: I use whole milk but only occasionally in some of my special recipes. Instead of purchasing the smaller size milk container for that one recipe, I purchase the gallon-size whole milk, which is much cheaper per ounce. I freeze what I don’t need in 1-cup measurements in freezer bags. I am surprised how many times during the year this saves me from purchasing yet again a smaller size milk container for just one recipe. I am so grateful for your columns. They have helped keep me on the right track. Thank you. -- Linda
SAFE TAKE-APART Dear Mary: I am a retired soldier. During my active career, we moved often. That meant my inner DIY needed to come out often. We disassembled many things over the years, and I would like to add to your tips on taking things apart. Once the item is disassembled, always reposition the fasteners, screws or bolts and nuts back into the holes, exactly where they were. You are not putting the item back together, simply inserting the hardware into the specific slots and holes. Packing all of these items into a ziptype plastic bag sounds like a good idea, but unless you very securely tape the little bag to the back of the item you took
apart, the bag always seems to get lost some way or another. Putting the fasteners back where they were means they will always be in the right place when and where you need them! Now that we have retired, we still have some things disassembled in our shed for storage, and the fasteners are back in their spots waiting to be used in the reassembly, without hunting for them. -- Colonel T.W. Mary Hunt is the founder of www. DebtProofLiving.com, a personal finance member website and the author of “DebtProof Living,” released in 2014. COPYRIGHT 2019 CREATORS.COM
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the new vacuum a whirl. I couldn’t sweep my living room rug with a broom nor could I use the small cordless vacuum that is useful for cleaning little nooks and crannies and the inside of my car. Nothing would do the trick except an upright vacuum and on that score I had been temporarily out of luck. I say “temporarily” but of course it seemed like forever. One of the rules of household cleaning at my place is: When I should vacuum the rugs in my home I don’t often feel like doing it but when I do feel like vacuuming I can’t because unfortunately, that machine is out of service. Out of commission. That’s Murphy’s law at its best … So I got to thinking. Not being able to vacuum for a few weeks kind of made me wonder about what people did in the old days - before all of our modern gadgets and gizmos came on the scene. It also made me leery about having company over. I didn’t want my
guests examining my rugs and floors, didn’t want them muttering under their breaths about the bits of lint and tiny little threads on my carpets. It was bothering me enough - I didn’t want to hear it from them, too. So I held off. I didn’t like not being able to vacuum because the fact is that the little pieces of lint, the little threads on the floor and the dust bunnies were getting to me. When things like that pile up, when I don’t keep on top of household chores, it starts to irk me. As hard as it was for me to be patient, I was glad that I had been with the manufacturing company because my new vacuum looks all pretty and pristine. I look at it like I look at a new car. It looks so perfect, standing there in the corner that I get a little wistful and almost don’t want to use it. I don’t want to tamper with it. After all, the last time I pressed the on/off pedal on my vacuum a small plastic piece fell off and the whole machine konked out. It made me a little leery about getting back in the saddle as the old expression
goes. It definitely made me hesitant. I am happy to report that the new vacuum is comparable to the old one, not a cheaper version and not a refurbished one, thank heavens. It did a great job of sucking up the dust and lint and after an hour or so of vacuuming my place it was looking clean and shiny once again. But I digress. I’ve got some more paperwork to add to my black filing cabinet now. My vacuum purchase from 2016 has an addendum. The March 2019 replacement vacuum is an update to my April 2016 purchase and the paperwork kind of goes together like a hand in a glove. Now that my new vacuum has arrived and has demonstrated that it works well I can stop dreaming about getting a brand new vacuum. I can stop doing my comparative analysis. For a few weeks I thought: Which brand is better? Which one gets good customer reviews? Where can I get replacement filters? Will it need replacement belts? Which company has the best customer service ... just in case
of its quick demise? The state of my upright vacuum is one thing that is resolved and off my mind. So now, whenever I am in my little home office and walking past my two trusty black filing cabinets I think about how fortunate it was that I had my original receipt. Being efficient sure came in handy. The moral of this story is: When going out I may not be an immaculate person, may not have my makeup carefully applied and my hair perfectly coiffed. And I may not be the tidiest - because the truth is that I know a lot of people who are tidier than I - but still I try. I may not be the most immaculate person around or the tidiest one around but I am organized and now I can pat myself on the back and breathe a sigh of relief because things are getting back to normal around here. And those trusty filing cabinets in my little home office? They’re still standing tall and waiting to save the day once again.
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Discovering Ancient Christian Site of Aquilea, Roman City of Grado and Trieste on Self-Guided Biketour C ontinued from page D3 tage): Jewish Trieste: Risiera di San Sabba, created inside an old rice husking factory, was the only extermination camp in Italy and declared a national monument in 1965; Via del Monte, a Jewish community with a cemetery used for 400 years, a Jewish Temple, and a Jewish Community Museum, the newer Jewish Cemetery, a synagogue which dates from 1912, and some other sites.
Unfortunately, we have arrived in early evening, and are only able to explore what we can by foot in the old city, to get a flavor of the city. Here too, Eric puts out his radar (app) and finds Osteria de Scorpon for dinner (the risotto with black ink is excellent). This area reflects its heritage as part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and goulash is a regional specialty. (We booked our 8-day self-guided “VeniceTrieste-Istria” self-guided bike tour through BikeTours.com, a broker which has an excellent
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Gene Kilgore: Family Ranch Vacations Embolden Children to Become Next Gen Environmentalists, Explorers SONOMA, CA – Kids, horses and wranglers are the heart and soul of family dude ranch vacations, says Gene Kilgore, a leading expert on dude ranch vacations. “Take children to a beach and ask them 10 years later to name that beach and they will have forgotten. But take them to a ranch and they’ll remember the name of the ranch and the names of their horses for the rest of their lives.” “A thread common to these ranches is the attention staff lavish on children exploring an exciting new, wild world of ranch vacations,” he adds. “Meanwhile their parents are unplugging, riding or maybe fly fishing, reading a book or musing about becoming a family who lives year-round on a ranch. They’ve never seen their children this happy. He points to ranches from the Rockies to California “where Mother Nature emboldens children to become next generation environmentalists, explorers and adventurers.”. In the Canadian Rockies, Three Bars Guest and Cattle Ranch invites ages 6 and up to ride, target practice with kid-size archery equipment, shoot clays with lightweight rifles, river raft, swim (supervised), mountain bike, fish, hunt for frogs, build forts and pan for British Columbia gold. Host Tyler Beckley notes, “The first day or so most families tend to ride together. As children feel more secure and after they’ve made friends, they’re off and running.” Evenings everyone eats together. Children under 6 can ride around the arena on horses led by wranglers and meet other animals in a petting zoo. Log cabins of up to three bedrooms accommodate 45 guests (see https://www. top50ranches.com/ranch-vacations/ three-bars-ranch). California’s Rankin Ranch has run cattle at the southern tip of the Sierra Nevada mountain range since 1863. Supervised activities for ages 4 to 11 combine hiking and swimming with ping pong, shuffleboard, archery, badminton, horseshoes and the list goes on. Ages 6 and up enjoy twice daily trail rides through areas where cattle are grazing. “Evenings youngsters feed chickens, pigs, sheep, goats, a miniature donkey and miniature horses. They get to brush the animals and collect eggs,” says Amanda Rankin Barrett,
Dude ranch vacations are ideal for families, says Gene Kilgore. Ranch Manager. More fun comes with hay wagon rides, square dancing and a children’s race on stick horses they’ve created. Adults bet on them with play money. Accommodations are for 45 in duplex cabins (see https://ranchweb. com/tour/bill-rankin/). Colorado’s Lost Valley Ranch in the front range of the Rockies welcomes ages 6 and up to walk, trot and even lope under the supervision of trained counselors. Ages 3 to 5 can also be led around on horseback to explore the ranch. “Children learn the true ropes of being cowgirls and cowboys,” explains Stephanie Geary in Guest Services. “Sometimes they ride from ten in the morning until four in the afternoon. Every day the rides are mixed up with games, a creek swim or stories the wranglers tell about the history of Lost Valley.” Scavenger hunts and themed outings challenge imaginations while exploring this ranch world. Cabins with one, two or three bedrooms accommodate up to 85 guests during the summer season (see https://ranchweb.com/ tour/lost-valley-ranch/). Montana’s Nine Quarter Circle Ranch wants parents to feel comfortable fishing and riding while their children are learning the ins and outs of
horsemanship with a kid wrangler or spreading their wings playing hide and seek or fishing. “Our Small Fry group (5 and under) can be led around on horses and supervised while parents spend time in the saddle. One of our gems is our Rough Riders group (ages 6 to 9), which has the individualized attention of our Kiddie Wrangler. They
learn skills on horseback, gaining confidence with their peers throughout the week,” underscores Sally Kelsey, co-general manager. Ages 10 and up are paired with horses and group trail rides according to ability levels. Accommodations for 55 are log cabins from one to four bedrooms (see https:// ranchweb.com/?s=quarter+circle). Wyoming’s Paradise Ranch in the Big Horn Mountains has been a dude ranch since 1907. “We get a lot of extended families because the kids are totally taken care of,” says Clay Miller, who is Managing Owner with his wife Leah. “We really emphasize getting the kids – even the teens -- outdoors and becoming involved in activities that re-attach them to the outdoors.” One staff person is assigned to teens and three others to younger guests. Under age 6 can enjoy pony rides and older kids are on horses. The ranch can also accommodate infants. Accommodations for 70 are in newly renovated log cabins with up to four bedrooms. For details see https://www.top50ranches.com/ ranch-vacations/paradise-ranch Gene Kilgore publishes three websites, www.top50ranches.com, www. ranchweb.com and www.ranchvacations.com, which focus on what truly is one of America’s most iconic homegrown experiences – the dude ranch vacation.
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The Town of Oyster Bay will offer a variety of free weekday senior citizens summer activities offered by the Department of Community and Youth Services (CYS) in community centers throughout the Town. Ballroom dancing, exercise and aquatic classes are just some of the activities seniors can enjoy as part of this year’s program, which runs from July 8 to August 30. “I invite our senior residents to participate in these free activities, where they can enjoy the company of others, make new friends, and stay active and engaged during the dog days of summer,” Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino said. “Our senior summer activities are some of the most popular programs the Town offers, and I expect this year to be no different with the expansive and diverse activities that will be offered!” The following programs are offered: • Mondays at the Hicksville Community Center: 10 am Ballroom Dancing; (12 pm – 3 pm, Hicksville Community Center will be open for cards and conversation) • Tuesdays at Marjorie R. Post Community Center: 10 am Exercise; 11:15 am Aquatic Class; • Tuesdays at North Massapequa Community Center: 10:30 am Tai Chi; 11:45 am Sitting Class; and 1 pm Line Dancing. (9:30 am – 3 pm, North Massapequa Community Center will be open for cards and conversation) • Wednesdays at Glen Head Community Center: 9:30 am Musical
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Entertainment; 10:30 am Tai Chi, Bingo; On six Wednesdays only, July 10, 17, 24, 31 and August 7, 14 free transportation will be provided to the Glen Head Community Center from locations throughout the Town for seniors to enjoy the above-mentioned programs. • Wednesdays at Plainview Old Bethpage Park: 11:15 am Aquatic Class. • Thursdays at Syosset-Woodbury Community Center: 9:30 am Intermediate Bridge Lesson; 10 am Exercise; 11:15 am Aquatic Class; and 12:30 pm Play Bridge. • Thursdays at North Massapequa Community Center: 10 am Zumba • Fridays at North Massapequa Community Center: 9:30 am Beginners Bridge Lessons, 10 am Tai Chi, 11:30 am Line Dancing, 12:30 pm Bridge. (9:30 am – 3 pm, North Massapequa Community Center will be open for cards and conversation) • Fridays at Bethpage Community Park: 11:15 am Aquatic Class. • Fridays at Hicksville Community Center: 12:15 pm Tai Chi. (9:30 am – 3 pm, Hicksville Community Center will be open for cards and conversation) Please note that a senior must be a pool member or purchase a daily admission ticket to participate in aquatic classes. For more information on these Senior Summer Activities, please call the Division of Senior Citizens Services at (516) 797-7916 or visit www.oysterbaytown.com.
Summer fitness classes in the Town of Oyster Bay From page 1 Hicksville Athletic Center, 167 Broadway in Hicksville on: Sunday, June 2 from 8 am to 3 pm; Monday, June 3 from 6 pm to 10 pm; and on Thursday, June 6 from 6 pm to 9 pm. After these dates, registration will continue based on availability. Please note that the schedule may be subject to change and residents are encouraged to inquire about special holiday scheduling. Each program is 10 weeks in length with a fee of $60 for residents and $70 for non-residents.
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Tricia Shannon, Rotary President Moira Patterson, Rotarian Jo Costa The Syosset-Woodbury Rotary Club inducted Tricia Shannon as its newest member at a recent meeting. Tricia has been active in the Syosset community for many years. She is currently a director of the Syosset-Woodbury Chamber of Commerce and past president of the North Syosset Civic Association. Tricia is a broker associate at Douglas
Elliman, assisting both buyers and sellers through the real estate process. In her free time, Tricia loves to bike, walk, read and spend time at the beach. Your fellow Rotarians both welcome you and congratulate you upon your induction to our club. The Syosset-Woodbury Rotary meets on Tuesdays at Lisbon Cafe, Jericho Turnpike, Jericho.
College Notes More than 100 Rochester Institute of Technology students, including Laura Weintraub of Syosset, were honored March 28 as Outstanding Undergraduate Scholars. The students were also able to invite the high school or community college teacher that made the most impact on their education. n
Sean Sweeney of Syosset was a member of the cast and crew of the SUNY New Paltz Spring 2019 production of “Life’s Only Valuable Emotion.” The Praxis Series production of “Life’s Only Valuable Emotion,” presented by the Department of Theatre Arts and New Paltz Players, is a student-written, produced, performed and directed play about the struggle for love and connection. n
John Kim of Syosset has been named to the Dean’s List for all four years at Curry College. This reception is held every year to honor the graduating students, who have demonstrated academic excellence. John is one of 88 students honored this year.
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On May 8, the following Jericho students received Wesleyan University prizes and awards during a reception. They include: Coey Li, a member of the Class of 2019, is majoring in economics and psychology and formerly attended Jericho High School. Li earned the Walkley Prize, which is awarded for excellence in psychology. Awarded to those juniors and seniors who present the best reports or work embodying original research. Emma Distler of Jericho, a member of the Class of 2019, is majoring in Italian studies and psychology and formerly attended Jericho High School. Distler earned the Scott Prize-Italian - Established by Charles Scott Jr., M.A., Class of 1886, and trustee 1905-22, in memory of John Bell Scott 1881, for excellence in modern languages.
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Students in Cathy Rosh and Gina Vuolo’s class recently learned CPR Jackson Elementary students in Cathy Rosh and Gina Vuolo’s class recently learned an important life lesson – how to do the Heimich maneuver. Jackson’s nurse, Medolla, recently purchased new CPR dummies and will be teaching the students about this very important life skill. Photos by Denise Nash
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LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING, BUDGET VOTE AND ELECTION OF THE SYOSSET CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Town of Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New York NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a Public Hearing of the qualified voters of the Syosset Central School District, Nassau County, Syosset, New York will be held in the Auditorium of the South Woods Middle School, 99 Pell Lane, Syosset, New York, in said District on Monday, May 13, 2019 at 7:45 p.m., prevailing time, for the transaction of business as authorized by the Education Law, including the following items. 1. To present to the voters a detailed statement (proposed budget) of the amount of money that will be required for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. 2. To discuss all the items hereinafter set forth to be voted upon by voting machines at the Budget Vote and Election to be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. 3. To transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting pursuant to Education Law of the State of New York and acts amendatory thereto. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,that a copy of the statement of the amount of money which will be required to fund the School District’s budget and the Syosset Public Library’s budget for 2019-2020, exclusive of public monies, may be obtained by any resident of the District between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. prevailing time beginning Tuesday, May 7, 2019 except Saturday, Sunday or holidays, at the Office of the District Clerk, South Woods Middle School, 99 Pell Lane, Syosset, New York and at the Syosset Public Library, 225 South Oyster Bay Road, Syosset, New York between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday, beginning on Tuesday, May 7, 2019. In addition, a copy of said School District budget will be available on the District website and to any resident in the District at each schoolhouse in the District in which school is maintained, during regular school hours and on days when school is in session, other than Saturday, Sunday or holidays. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a Real Property Tax Exemption
Report, prepared in accordance with Section 495 of the Real Property Tax Law, will be annexed to any tentative/preliminary budget as well as the final adopted budget of which it will form a part; and shall be posted on District bulletin board(s) maintained for public notices, as well as on the District’s website. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board of Trustees of the Syosset Public Library will hold a public hearing for the purpose of discussion of the expenditure of funds and the budgeting thereof on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the Syosset Public Library. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that said Budget Vote and Election, will be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., prevailing time, in the three (3) Election Districts, described below, at which time the polls will be opened to vote by voting machine upon the following items: 1. To adopt the annual budget of the School District for the fiscal year 2019-2020 and to authorize the requisite portion thereof to be raised by taxation on the taxable property of the District. 2. SHALL the Board of Education of the Syosset Central School District be authorized to expend the sum of (a) $2,000,000 from the Security Capital Improvement Program 2018 Reserve established on May 15, 2018; (b) 942,521.00 from the 2014 Capital Reserve Fund established on May 20, 2014; and (c) $2,000,000 from undesignated unreserved fund balance, less funds anticipated from the District’s Smart Bond allocation in an amount not to exceed $1,197,042 for the purpose of installing ballistic doors District-wide, all of the foregoing to include all labor, materials, equipment, apparatus and incidental costs related thereto. 3. To elect three (3) members of the Board of Education for three (3) year terms commencing July 1, 2019, and expiring on June 30, 2022. 4. To elect one (1) member of the Board of Education for the balance of an unexpired term commencing May 21, 2019 and expiring June 30, 2020. 5. To adopt the annual budget of the Syosset Public Library for the fiscal year 2019-2020 and to authorize the requisite por-
tion thereof to be raised by taxation on the taxable property of the School District. 6. To elect one (1) member of the Library Board of Trustees for a five (5) year term commencing July 1, 2019 and expiring on June 30, 2024. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that petitions nominating candidates for the office of member of the Board of Education and member of the Library Board of Trustees shall be filed with the Office of the District Clerk of said School District in South Woods Middle School, 99 Pell Lane, Syosset, New York, not later than 5:00 p.m., prevailing time on Monday, April 22, 2019. Vacancies on the Board of Education are not considered separate, specific offices; candidates run at large. Nominating petitions shall not describe any specific vacancy upon the Board for which the candidate is nominated; must be directed to the Office of the District Clerk; must be signed by at least 47 qualified voters of the District (representing 2% of the number of voters who voted in the previous annual election of the Board of Education); must state the name and residence of each signer and, must state the name and residence of the candidate. Vacancies on the Library Board of Trustees shall be considered separate specific vacancies. A separate nominating petition is required to nominate a candidate to each separate specific office. Such nominating petitions shall describe the specific vacancy upon the Library Board for which the candidate is nominated; must be directed to the Office of the District Clerk; must be signed by at least 47 qualified voters of the District (representing 2% of the number of voters who voted in the previous annual election of the Library’s Board of Trustees); must state the name and residence of each signer and, must state the name and residence of the candidate. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that personal registration of voters is required, either pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law or pursuant to Article 5 of the Election Law. If a voter has heretofore registered pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law and has voted at an annual or special District meeting within the last four (4) calendar years, he or she is eligible to vote at this election. If a voter is registered and eligible to vote
under Article 5 of the Election Law, he or she is also eligible to vote at this election. All other persons who wish to vote must register. The Board of Registration will meet on the following dates: Tuesday, March 5, 2019 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. H.B. Thompson Middle School Friday, April 12, 2019 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Syosset High School Monday, May 13, 2019 4 : 0 0 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. South Woods Middle School for the purpose of registering all qualified voters of the District pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law; to add any additional names to the register to be used at the aforesaid election, at which times any person will be entitled to have his or her name placed on such register, provided that at such meeting of the Board of Registration he or she is known or proven to the satisfaction of said Board of Registration to be then or thereafter entitled to vote at such election for which the register is prepared. The register so prepared pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law will be filed in the Office of the District Clerk at South Woods Middle School, 99 Pell Lane, Syosset, New York, and will be open for inspection by any qualified voter of the District beginning on Thursday, May 16, 2019, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. prevailing time, each day prior to the day set for the election, except Saturday, May 18, 2019 will be 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and closed on Sunday, and at the polling place(s) on the day of the vote. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law of the State of New York, the Board of Registration will meet on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., prevailing time, at each of the three (3) separate election districts to prepare the register of the School District to be used at the Budget Vote and Election to be held in the year 2020 and any special District meetings that may be held after the preparation of said register (not including the election on May 21, 2019), at which time any person will be entitled to have his or her name placed on such Register provided that at such meeting of said Board of Registration he or she is known or proven to the satisfaction of
such Board of Registration to be then or thereafter entitled to vote at the school election for which said register is prepared, or any special District meeting held after May 21, 2019. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that applications for absentee ballots are available on the District website and also are obtainable during school business hours from the Office of the District Clerk at South Woods Middle School, 99 Pell Lane, Syosset, New York. To obtain a ballot by mail, completed applications must be received by the Office of the District Clerk at least seven (7) days before the election. To obtain a ballot in person, the completed application must be delivered to the Office of the District Clerk no later than the day before the election, Monday, May 20, 2019. Absentee ballots must be received by the Office of the District Clerk not later than 5:00 p.m., prevailing time, on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. A list of persons to whom the absentee ballots are issued will be available for inspection to qualified voters of the District in the Office of the District Clerk on and after Thursday, May 16, 2019, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., prevailing time, each day prior to the day set for the election and on May 21, 2019, the day set for the election, except that hours for inspection on Saturday, May 18, 2019 will be 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and the Office of the District Clerk will be closed on Sunday, May 19, 2019. Any qualified voter may object to the voting of the ballot upon appropriate grounds by making his/her challenge and the reasons therefore known to the Inspector of Election before the close of the polls. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to a rule adopted by the Board of Education in accordance with Section 2035 of the Education Law, any referenda or propositions to amend the budget, or otherwise to be submitted for voting at said election, must be filed with the Office of the District Clerk of the Board of Education at South Woods Middle School, 99 Pell Lane, Syosset, New York, not later than 5:00 p.m., prevailing time, on Monday, April 22, 2019, except as to a question or proposition required by law to be stated in the published
or posted notice of the meeting which shall be filed in sufficient time to permit notice of the proposition to be included with the Notice of the Public Hearing, Budget Vote and Election required by Section 2004 of the Education Law; must be typed or printed in the English language; must be directed to Office of the District Clerk; must be signed by at least 118 qualified voters of the District (representing 5% of the number of voters who voted in the previous annual election of the Board of Education); and must legibly state the name of each signer. However, the School Board will not entertain any petition to place before the voters any proposition the purpose of which is not within the powers of the voters to determine, which is unlawful, or any proposition which fails to include a specific appropriation where the expenditure of monies is required by the proposition, or where other valid reason exists for excluding the proposition from the ballot. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Election Districts have been established in the School District. The boundaries of the Election District are as follows: Election District 13: Residents who live in the Robbins Lane and South Grove elementary school attendance zones will vote at Robbins Lane Elementary School, 157 Robbins Lane, Syosset, New York. Election District 22: Residents who live in the A.P. Willits and Baylis elementary school attendance zones will vote at H.B. Thompson Middle School, 98 Ann Drive, Syosset, New York. Election District 23: Residents who live in the Walt Whitman, Berry Hill and Village elementary school attendance zones will vote at Syosset High School, 70 Southwoods Road, Syosset, New York. Ms. Francine Benjamin, District Clerk SYO 4269 4X 04/05, 04/26, 05/03, 05/17 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING BY THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 246, Article III, Section 246-18-E of the Code of the Town of Oyster Bay, notice is hereby given that the Zoning Board of Appeals has scheduled a public meeting, which will take place in the Town
Hall Meeting Room, Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay, New York, on MAY 23, 2019, at 7:00 P. M., to consider the following appeals: ----------------------------------------------BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS APPEAL NO. 19-266 SYOSSET 151 JACKSON AVENUE LLC: Variance to erect 8 ft. by 4 ft. double sided illuminated ground sign having less setback than permitted by Ordinance. SE/ cor. of Jackson Ave. & Convent Rd., a/k/a 151 Jackson Avenue, Syosset, NY SEC. 15 BLK. 89 LOT 67 ZONE GB ----------------------------------------------APPEAL NO. 19-267 SYOSSET SERGIO REIS: Variance to erect 6 ft. high fence exceeding maximum height across side/ front yard (Chelsea Drive) than permitted by Ordinance. NW/ cor. of Calvert Dr. & Chelsea Dr., a/k/a 14 Calvert Drive, Syosset, NY SEC. 25 BLK. 34 LOT 7 ZONE R1-20 ----------------------------------------------APPEAL NO. 19-268 SYOSSET CHARLES SEMINARIO: (A) Variance to construct new dwelling on sub-divided lot having less width of lot than permitted by Ordinance. (B) Variance to construct driveway in front yard. N/s/o Convent Rd., 262.05 ft. E/o Jackson Ave., a/k/a Parcel #2 Convent Road, Syosset, NY SEC. 15 BLK. 105 LOT 66 ZONE R1-7 ----------------------------------------------APPEAL NO. 19-239 SYOSSET CHARLES SEMINARIO: (A) Variance to construct new dwelling on sub-divided lot having less width of lot at front property line and width of lot at required rear yard than permitted by Ordinance. (B) Variance to construct driveway in front yard. N/s/o Convent Rd., 262.05 ft. E/o Jackson Ave., a/k/a Parcel #1 Convent Road, Syosset, NY SEC. 15 BLK. 105 LOT 66 ZONE R1-7 ----------------------------------------------MAY 13, 2019 BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS TOWN OF OYSTER BAY, OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK
SYO 4277 4X 05/17,24,31,06/07 NOTICE OF NAME CHANGE Notice is hereby given that an order granted by the Supreme Court, Nassau County, on the 24 day of April, 2019, bearing Index Number 000433-19, a copy of which may be examined at the office of the clerk, located at 240 Old Country Road, Mineola, New York grants me the right to assume the name of Lorraine Goldstein. The city and state of my present address are Woodbury, NY; the month and year of my birth are March, 1947; the place of my birth is New York, New York; my present name is Lorraine Mable Goldstein. SYO 4278 1X 05/17 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING FOR BUDGET VOTE, CAPITAL RESERVE PROPOSITIONS AND ELECTION FOR THE JERICHO UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE JERICHO PUBLIC LIBRARY MAY 21, 2019 OF JERICHO UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT NASSAU COUNTY, NEW YORK NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters of Jericho Union Free School District, Nassau County, New York, that the annual budget and election vote meeting of said school district will be held in the Gymnasium of Jericho High School, Cedar Swamp Road, Jericho, New York, on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 between 6:00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M. NOTICE is hereby given that the public hearing on the proposed budget of the school district will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 in the Little Theatre of Jericho High School, Cedar Swamp Road, Jericho, New York, at 7:30 P.M. NOTICE is given that a copy of the statements of the amount of money required for the ensuing year for school purposes and library purposes may be obtained by any qualified voter in the District at each schoolhouse and at the Office of the District Clerk, between the hours of 10:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. on each day other than Saturday, Sunday or holiday during the fourteen days immediately preceding such Budget Election Voting. Voting will be held for the following purposes:
1. To elect one (1) member of the Board of Education for a three (3) year term commencing July 1, 2019 and expiring June 30, 2022. 2. To vote upon the appropriation of funds to meet the estimated expenditures of the District for school purposes for the school year beginning July 1, 2019 and authorize the levy of necessary taxes therefore; said matter to be presented on the voting machines as Proposition No. 1. 3. To vote upon the expenditure from the Capital Reserve Fund known as ”Facilities Improvement Program III – Jericho Public Schools”, and fund balance said matter to be presented as Proposition No. 2 as follows: SHALL the Board of Education be authorized to expend a sum not to exceed $9,831,850 as follows (1) $500,000 from a donation and (2) $6,000,000 from the capital reserve fund established on May 16, 2017 and (3) $3,331,850 from fund balance for the purpose of completing capital improvements as follows: District-wide site work, fencing, playgrounds, and safety surface; district-wide electrical upgrades and replacement; replace classroom casework and unit ventilators with heating and cooling unit ventilators at the high and middle schools; district-wide ceiling and lighting upgrades; renovation of the high school cafeteria; district-wide building energy management systems upgrades; district-wide security upgrades; all of the above to include all labor, materials, equipment, apparatus, and incidental costs associated therewith. 4. To vote upon the establishment of a Capital Reserve Fund; said matter to be presented as Proposition No. 3 as follows: SHALL the Board of Education, pursuant to Education Law section 3651, be authorized to establish a Capital Reserve Fund known as the “Facilities Improvement Program IV – Jericho Public Schools” for the purpose of district-wide replacements, renovations, upgrades, reconstruction, additions, and remediation of: roofs, exhaust fans, windows, masonry, doors, stairs, elevators, ceilings, lightings, plumbing, boilers, burners, floors, walls, bathrooms, ADA compliance, classrooms, labs casework, cafeteria/kitchen, electrical service, HVAC units, air handling, unit ventilators, security, emer-
gency generators, energy efficiency projects, additional new space/new building additions, site-work, pavement, curbs, sidewalks, courtyard, athletic fields, tennis courts, stadium lighting, bleacher/concession stands, playgrounds, lockers, locker room, gymnasium, pool, weight room, technology/communication, hazardous material remediation, bus garage, auditoriums, storage, furnishings and equipment incidental to said projects. The maximum amount of the aforesaid Capital Reserve Fund shall be $20 million, plus investment income. The term is to be 10 years; the funds are to be transferred from surplus monies remaining in the general fund and/ or from existing reserves as allowed by General Municipal and Education Law including a sum not to exceed $5 million from the 2018-2019 budget and thereafter not more than $10 million for each remaining year of the probable term until the maximum amount of $20 million is reached. Upon the establishment and funding of said reserve, the Superintendent of Schools or his/her designee shall be directed to deposit monies of this reserve fund in a separate bank account to be known as the “Facilities Improvement Program IV – Jericho Public Schools.” Upon the establishment and funding of said reserve, the Superintendent of Schools or his/her designee shall be authorized to invest, from time to time, the monies of this fund pursuant to section 1723-a of the Education Law. Candidates for the office of Member of the Board of Education may be nominated only by petition directed to the District Clerk signed by twenty-five (25) qualified voters, stating the name and residence of each candidate, who must have been a resident of the District for at least one year prior to election. Sample form of petition may be obtained from the District Clerk. Pursuant to a proposition heretofore adopted by the voters of this District, vacancies upon the Board of Education shall not be considered separate, specific offices, and nominating petitions shall not describe any specific vacancy upon the Board of Education for which the candidate is nominated. Each petition shall be filed with the District Clerk on or before April 22, 2019 between Continued on page 22
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Continued from page 21 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. NOTICE is given that the Annual Election of the Jericho Public Library will be held in the Gymnasium of the Jericho High School on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 between 6:00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M. for the following purposes: 1. To elect one (1) member of the Board of Trustees for a full term of five (5) years commencing July 1, 2019 and expiring June 30, 2024. 2. To vote upon the appropriation of funds to meet the estimated expenditures of the Public Library purposes for the school year beginning July 1, 2019 and authorize the levy of necessary taxes therefore, said matter to be presented on the voting machines as Proposition No. 4. 3. To vote upon a bond referendum said matter to be presented as Proposition No. 5: That the Jericho Public Library, in Jericho, New York (the “Library”), is hereby authorized to construct additions, alterations and improvements to the Library, and to expend therefor $9,000,000; (b) that a tax is hereby voted in the amount of not to exceed $9,000,000 to pay the cost thereof, such tax to be levied and collected in installments in such years and in such amounts as shall be determined by said Board of Education of the District; and bonds of the District are authorized to be issued in the principal amount of not to exceed $9,000,000 and a school tax is hereby authorized to pay the principal of and interest on such bonds as the same shall become due and payable; and (c) that a Library tax is hereby authorized to be levied and collected in installments in such years and amounts as shall be determined by said Board of Trustees of the Library sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the not to exceed $9,000,000 bonds herein referred to, and such Library tax shall offset and reduce by like amount the school taxes herein authorized. Candidates for the office of Library Trustee may be nominated only by petitions directed to the District Clerk, signed by at least twenty-five (25) qualified voters, stating residence of each signed and the name and residence of each candidate. Each petition shall be filed with the District Clerk on or before April 22, 2019 between 9:00 A.M.
and 5:00 P.M. The name of the last incumbent shall not be set forth on the petition for the Library Trustee. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that only persons who are qualified voters as of May 21, 2019 shall be permitted to vote at the election to be held on May 21, 2019 on matters affecting the School District and the Jericho Public Library, as herein above set forth. A qualified voter is defined as follows: A citizen of the United States, who is eighteen (18) years of age or over, and has been a resident of the District for thirty (30) days or more next preceding the meeting on which he/she offers to vote. Persons disqualified from voting under provisions of Section 5-106 of the Election Law are not eligible to vote in school district elections. The School District may require all persons offering to vote at the budget vote and election to provide one form of proof of residency pursuant to Education Law Section 2018c. Such form may include a driver’s license, a non-driver identification card, a utility bill or a voter registration card. Upon offer of proof of residency, the School District may also require all persons offering to vote to provide their signature, printed name and address. ABSENTEE BALLOTS Application for an absentee ballot may be made at the Office of the District Clerk. Such application must be received by the District Clerk at least seven days before the day of the vote, if the ballot is mailed to the voter, or by the day before the day of the vote, if the ballot is delivered personally to the voter. A list of all persons to whom absentee ballots shall have been issued will be available in the Office of the District Clerk during regular business hours. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION JNJ 7914 4X 04/05, 04/19, 05/03, 05/17 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING BY THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 246, Article III, Section 246-18-E of the Code of the Town of Oyster Bay, notice is hereby given that the Zoning Board of Appeals has scheduled a public meeting, which will take place in the Town Hall Meeting Room, Audrey
Avenue, Oyster Bay, New York, on MAY 23, 2019, at 7:00 P. M., to consider the following appeals: ----------------------------------------------BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS APPEAL NO. 19-265 JERICHO DOUGLAS KIVIAT: Variance to allow existing deck, side steps and landing exceeding maximum gross floor area than permitted by Ordinance. S/s/o Holly Ln., W/o Moss Ln., a/k/a 24 Holly Lane, Jericho, NY ----------------------------------------------MAY 13, 2019 BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS TOWN OF OYSTER BAY, OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK JNJ 7916 1X 0517 NOTICE OF SALE Supreme Court Nassau County VENTURES TRUST 2013I-H-R BY MCM CAPITAL PARTNERS, LLC, ITS TRUSTEE, Plaintiff AGAINST NAZIHA BOULMAROUF, et al, Defendant Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duly dated 1/22/18 and entered on 1/23/18, I, the undersigned Referee, will sell at public auction at the Courtroom of the Supreme Court Mineola, 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, NY on June 18, 2019 at 11:30 AM premises known as 22 Saratoga Dr, Jericho, NY 11753. All that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying and being in the County of Nassau, State of New York, SECTION: 11., BLOCK: 453, LOT: 17. Approximate amount of judgment is $1,409,879.65 plus interests and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index # 018588/2010. For sale information, please visit Auction.com at www. Auction.com or call (800) 2802832. Brian J. Carmody, Referee FRENKEL LAMBERT WEISS WEISMAN & GORDON LLP 53 Gibson Street Bay Shore, NY 11706 JNJ 7917 4X 05/17,24,31,06/07
Upcoming Events at Jericho Public Library Monday, May 20th at 2:00 PM
Movie: What Men Want (Fantasy/Comedy/Romance) A woman is boxed out by the male sports agents in her profession, but gains an unexpected edge over them when she develops the ability to hear men's thoughts. Starring Taraji P. Henson, Kristen Ledlow, Josh Brener. Rated R. 1 hour, 57 minutes.
Tuesday, May 21st at 2:00 PM
Putting Your Papers & Wishes in Order with the Family Love Letter with Robert Maxwell & Cole Ferrari, Financial Consultants from AXA Advisors. As we get older, it can be difficult to think about putting our finances and papers in order. The Family Love Letter is an indispensable planning tool designed to provide all the information your family will need to access at the time of passing. During this program, you will learn the proper methods of gathering the information you will need so that there will be clarity, reduced stress and fewer conflicts for your loved ones. All attendees will receive their own booklet. Space is limited. Register online or at the Circulation Desk.
Tuesday, May 21st at 7:00 PM
Medicare Made Easy with Mary Cantone This seminar is designed to take the “confusion” out of all the options available so you are able to make choices that are “RIGHT” for you. We will review the basics of Medicare, supplementary insurance, advantage plans, prescription drug plans, the “donut” hole,
eligibility requirements and enrollment windows. Register online or at the Circulation Desk..
Wednesday, May 22nd at 7:00 PM
Downsizing Workshop: Moving or Just Too Much Stuff? with Cynthia Smith Long Island is one of the most prosperous areas in the country. For decades, families have accumulated the latest and greatest of everything. The result? Too much STUFF. The task of decluttering can be overwhelming. This workshop will help you learn how to make the best decisions including: Do you need a professional appraiser or tag sale company? Should you sell online and on which site? What about local charities? What to do if no one wants it and much more. Register online or at the Circulation Desk.
Wednesday, May 22nd at 7:00 PM
Movie: The Last Suit (Drama/History) An 88 year-old Jewish tailor, runs away from Buenos Aires to Poland, where he proposes to find a friend who saved him from certain death at the end of World War II. After seven decades without any contact with him, Abraham will try to find his old friend and keep his promise to return one day. Starring Miguel Angel Sola, Angela Molina, Martin Piroyansky. Spanish with English subtitles. Not rated. 1 hour, 31 minutes. Programs will take place at the Jericho Public Library: 1 Merry Lane, Jericho. For more information, go to www.syossetlibrary.org
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