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The Community Newspaper

Thursday April 15, 2004

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by Marc Josloff.

Organization Night held at Village Hall by Jim Golding Organization Night for the village government took place April 7, with the Board of Trustees approving the following appointments: Francis G. Fineo, acting village justice (one-year term). Other Officers, department heads and employees:" Thomas Preston, deputy assessor and auditor; Valerie Monies, • deputy treasurer; Bernadine Quinton, -assessor; Stephen K. Malone and Howard Coltoh, deputy village attorneys; Raymond Straub, research assistant to the Board of Trustees; Julie O'Toole, secretary to the mayor _and trustees. Raymond Maguire, secretary to the Fire Department; Carolyn Thomas, deputy village clerk; Harrison J. Edwards, village attorney; Tina Springer, secretary to the Zoning Board. Board of Ethics Harold Mahoney, Board of Ethics chairman (oneyear term); Howard Colton, board member. Commission for the Conservation of the Environment Patrick Bentivegna, chairman (one-year term); Ana-Marie Hurtado,, member (five-year term)v

Highway Commission Richard Roman, member (five-year term); Kevin McKay; Elliott Berrin, chairman (one-year term). Commission on Human Relations Rev. C. Luis Vargas, commission chairman; members: Vilma Johnson, Belle Sylvester, Christobal Sanchez and Cecelia Carey. Park Commission Angie Cullin, Park Commission chairwoman. Board of Sewer and Sanitation Commission Fred Lomangino, chairman (one-year term); Paul Poster, member (five-year term). Board of Water and Light Commission Arthur Lewis, chairman (one-year term); Fred Hager, member (five-year term). Electrical Board . Steven Krupka, Robert DiGasso, William Walsh, Robert DiPolito,' Lester Endo, Charles Garritano and Lester Endo, Jr., board members (one-year terms); William Walsh, board chairman (one-year term). • (continued on page 3)


by Stephanie Salkin. ,.

At the Freeport Library (N 1) 60


Jnent - the sun temples, of Abu Guroh.

Ancient Egypt



a* On Sunday, April 18, at 2:30 p.m., the library will offer a free concert by "Straight Circle," presented by the Drori Mondlak Jazz'Ensemble. This is a new and exciting jazz improvisational ensemble led by drummer Drori Mondla, and consists of guitarist Gary. DeNigris, bassist Paul ca Ramsey and saxophonist Karolina •o Strassmayer. They have performed at « u. including 3 prestigious jazz festivals H Montreux, Bern, Copenhagen, Newport, Mexico City and Kennedy Center. The ensemble derives its name from its Q belief that music which speaks from one's heart and soul straight to the heart and soul of another, can create an unbro'W ken circle where a conversational flow H begins to take shape. i.


Movie On Friday, April 16, at 3 ajid 7 p.m., the library will offer a free film, "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde," with Reese Witherspoon and Sally Field. A young sassy lawyer postpones her wedding to join the staff of a congresswoman in order to pass a bill to ban animal testing. (Rated PG-13, 94 min.,2003)

. On Tuesdays at 2 p.m., April 20 and 27, the library continues with the comprehensive video course on The History of Ancient Egypt prepared and written by Dr. Bob Brier, who teaches Egyptology at C.W. Post campus of Long Island University and is the host of The Learning Channel's series The Great Egyptians. (Note Dr. Brier is not in attendance at these video courses.) The April 20 session (The Rise of the Old-Kingdom)-".sees.the..deyeloprnent of Egypt into a great nation led by a single •all-powerful ruler, the king. The other part of this session, Sneferu, the Pyramid Builder (2613-2589 B.C.), presents a portrait of the founder of the "Fabulous Fourth" Dynasty, Sneferu. At this time true pyramid construction began. • ° The April. 27 session (The Great Pyramid of Giza) shows step by step how a pyramid was built. .The other part of -the session (The End of the Old Kingdom) deals with a period of change and eventual decline. Afer the fantastic achievements of Dynasty IV, something changed. Pharaohs of Dynasty V shifted their religious focus to sun worship and we will see a new architectural develop-


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Magazine writing On Wednesday. April 21. at 7 p.m.. the library will present a seminar on Making Money as a Professional Magazine Writer conducted by Constance Hallinan Lagan, a" professional member of National Speakers Association. Thousands of writers submit manuscripts daily and most of them end up in the "slush pile," never to see ink print. . The reason^ is often ignorance of proper submission" procedufesr and^eclilor-islprotocol. The topics of this seminar are querying, writing on speculation versus writing on assignment, submitting manuscripts, contracts and confirming letters, literary -rights and copyright, editorial protocol, and payment on publication versus payment on acceptance.

Passports On Wednesday, April 21, 10 a.m.'to I p.m., the Town of Hempstead Mobile Unit will be at the library parking lot for Speedy Mobile -Passport Service. The

Mobile Unit has all (he forms and fee schedules you need to apply for a passport and will also take your picture for $5. Please come to the Community Service Desk at the Library prior to April 21 to receive a- full list of items .you will need to complete your application. After filing, you w i l l receive your passport-in approximately six weeks. Expedited service is available for an additional fee.

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Friday, April 16 • Kid's Cafe, Friday evening supper for local families in need, 5:15 p.m., ETS Youth Division; 87 Pine Street. • Film: Legally Blond 2, 3 & 7 p.m., AA, 4:30 p.m., Brownies, 6:30 p.m., American Legion, 7 p.m., at the Freeport Memorial Library. Saturday, April 17 • Children's Literacy Program, 10 am., ETS Youth Division, 87 Pine Street. • Defensive Driving, 9:30 am., Recovery, • 1:30 p.m., NEFCA, 3 p.m., at the Freeport Memorial Library. Sunday, April 18 • Dowsers, 1 p.m., Jazz Concert, 2:30 p.m., at the Freeport Memorial Library. Monday, April 19 • CR: Parent/Child Workshop, 10 am.? Retired Teachers, 10:30 am., Girl Scouts, 4 p.m., CR: Girl Scouts (K-3), 4:30 p.m., YA: Girl Power, 4:30 p.m., AA, 4:30 p.m., Chi Eta Phi, 7 p.m., Toastmasters, 7 p.m., at the Freeport Memorial Library. • Bingo at Congregation Bnai Israel, 7:45 p.m., 91 North Bay view Avenue. • Freeport Village Court in session, Judge Cacciatore presiding, 7 p.m., 40 North Ocean Avenue. Court watchers are welcome. • Freeport Board of Trustees, Village Hall, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 20 • Archbishop Molloy Council # 1974, Knights of Columbus, Our Holy Redeemer Church basement. 7:30 p.m. • Great Books, 1:30 p.m., CR: Chocolate Molding, 3 & 4:15 p=m., YA: Chocolate Molding, 5:30 p.m., VITA For Everyone, 6 p.m., SS Audubon Society, 7:30 p.m., at the Freeport Memorial Library. . .

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Wednesday, April 21 • Freeport Village Court in session, Judge Cacciatore presiding," 9 a.m., 40 North Ocean' Avenue. Court watchers are welcome. • Town of Hempstead "I Stop Passport Shop." 10 a.m., Read-A-Thon, 10 a.m., AA, 4:30 p.m., CR: Homework Express, 6 p.m..Making Money as a Professional Magazine Writer, 7 p.m., FML Board Meeting, 8 p.m., at the Freeport Memorial Library. • Freeport Kiwanis Club, 7:30 p.m., Bedell's West Wind. • Freeport Board of Education, Budget Workshop, Atkinson, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 22 • Freeport Rotary Club, 7 p.m., at Bedell's at West Wind. • CR: Homework Express, 4 p.m., CR: Circle Time, 7 p.m., Freeport Chess Club, 7 p.m., Mayor's Council on Veterans, 7-p.m. NW Civic Assn., 7:30 p.m., at the Freeport Memorial Library. • Freeport.Village Planning Board,, 7:15 p.m., Village Hall. • Explorer Post 406, Freeport Fire Department Headquarters, 15 Broadway, 7 p.m. •

Village board Organization night from page 1 Planning Board Robert Cardinale Sr., board chairman (one-year term); Susan Lyons, counsel to the Planning Board (one-year term);

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Public Safety Committee

Kenneth Bagatelle, Zoning Board alternate member (one-year term); William Curran, board chairman (one-year term); Jorge Martinez, deputy chairman (oneyear term); Susan Lyons, counsel (oneyear term).

James Butler, Donald Rowan, Louis DiGrazia, Arthur Burdette (chairman), Hubert Bianco, Joseph Madigan, Patricia Murphy, Richard Holdener, David Newbe'ry, Public Safety Committee, oneyear term. •

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William Bateman, Ernest Stumpf, John Steffgen, Thomas Basalone, and Richard Van Wicklen, board members one-year terms; John Steffgen, chairman (one-year term).

Renaire Frierson-Davis (chairwoman), John Jefferies, Louis DiGrazia, Kathleen Monestere,. Anthony Baker", Miguel Bermudez, and Arthur Burdette (one-year term).

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Denise Rushton, Joseph DiFrancesco, Edward Martin, Sr., Leonard Novarro, and Keith Nicholson, board members (oneyear term); Denise Rushton, chairwoman (one-year term); Joseph DiFrancesco, cochair (one-year term).

Dr Howard Grill, Dr. David Grill, Dr. Peter Chak, Dr. Jordan Josephson, Dr. Arthur Schantz, and Dr. Jeffrey A, Stahl. Jeff Jonap and Sam Livingston, Official Police Photographers (one-year term); Cynthia Krieg as Village Historian (oneyear term), arid Landmarks Preservation Commission.

Other, appointments Michael Kirwan, liaison officer to the Nassau County Rent Guidelines Board (one year term); Paulette Catalano, dog control officer (one-year term). Marc Francis, Susan Lyons, Ralph Franco, Jr., Howard Colton, and Stephen K. Malone as special prosecutors.

Mayor's Advisory Committees. Charles Jackson, Raymond Barone, 'Leonard Kropp, Robert Eass, Paul Zydor, Joseph Lisi, and Edward Martin, Mayor's Advisory Veterans Council (one-year term); Charles Jackson, Mayor's Advisory Veterans Council chairman (one-year term).

Over-occupancy Committee Donald Mauersberger, Dante Grover, Trudy Steingruebner, Bruce Newbery, William White Jr., Steve Pouyat, Ron Ellerbe, Rev. C. Luis Vargas, Frank Rivera, Thomas Preston III, Eileen Weaver, Jonathan Wright, and Paul DelGuidice, members (one-year term); Mr. Mauersberger as chairman (one-year term).

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Trustees also adopted policies on procurement, investment and set the following regular meetings for 2004-05:' ' 2004: April 19, 26; May 3, 10, 17,.24; June?, 21; July 12, 26; Aug. 2,.16; Sept. 13, 27; Oct. 4, 18, 25; Nov. I, 8, 15, 22; Dec. 6, 13,20 2005: Jan. 10, 24, 31; Feb. 7, 14, 28; March 7, 14,21; April 4, 11 Village trustees also designated The Leader as the official newspaper in the Village.



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Special angel Joy Levy, the widow of the late State Senator Norman Levy who served this area for decades, and Stephanie Joyce Kahn of Long Beach have a lot in common. Both graduated from Long Beach High School. Both have vision problems. Stephanie became blind as a result of an auto accident years ago, and Joy has trouble reading since .her stroke a few years ago. Both are the kind of person who lights up a room when, she .enters it, not just because of her physical beauty but because of the warm way in which she greets and makes friends. . Both have changed their worlds by caring about others, not their own problems. Anyone who talks to either of them ends up feeling more positive about everything than when the conversation began. Stephanie Joyce Kahn began the foundation that bears her'name, when she realized that it is-not just the blind who often find themselves unable to read in a hospital or nursing home. The SJK Foundation provides free audiotapes to many hospitalized patients, finding that they help patients deal with pain and loneliness as part of a holistic approach to medicine. Tapes are also provided to the homebound and children in pediatric wards. In one special program, high school students write and record stories for children, a rewarding experience for both. State Senator Norman Levy and Joy were among her earliest supporters decades ago. Years later, when. Joy herself began to haye vision problems, she became an avid "reader" of audiobooks herself. And so one of the foundation's benefactors became one of its recipients. Joy Levy will be honored as -a "Special Angel" to the SJK Foundation at a.gala dinner dance, Thursday, June 3, at the Chateau Briand Restaurant, starting at 7 p.m. Tickets for the gala, which will feature entertainment by the Platters, are $150 and may be obtained by calling the SJK Foundation at 889-5105. There is probably not a single person in the world who will not find himself or herself hospitalized, or homebound at some point in life. That means that the services the SJK Foundation provides nationwide could make any one of us.feel better during a trying time. If you would like to learn more about the SJK Foundation and how to volunteer, visit its website at

SCHOLARS: Discussing Freeport's Annual Scholarship Journal at a recent regional meeting are, from left, P.L Schroeppel, executive director, New York area;' Ken Bagatelle, 2nd vice president, Freeport Dollars for Scholars; Sue Stamp, area administrative assistant; Joel Albert, Long Island Director, Jim Parola, Treasurer, Freeport chapter and Trudy Steingruebner, Freeport Chapter President. For more information on Freeport Dollars for Scholars, call 546-3967.

FHS INTERACTERS HAD A GOOD TIME at their Winter Holiday Dinner.

Freeport High School Interact The -Interact Chapter of Freeport High School finally set aside March, 16, for their Winter Holiday Dinner. Busy schedules and various commitments . kept the club from their annual get together that usually lakes place in- December. Still, on March 16, at 6-8:30 p.m., members enjoyed an evening of great food and wonderful conversation The Interact Club, a community service organization, is comprised of Freeport High School students and is sponsored by the Freeport Rotary Club. In the past year, the Interact members have worked to support many the charitable causes in and outside of the Freeport Community. Working together, the club' has managed to donate twenty five boxes of non-perishable food' to the INN, Interfaith Nutritional Network, for weekend food supplies. Located on Babylon

Turnpike, the INN feeds Freeporl residents every day. In addition, they provide groceries for weekend meals. Interact students participated in' the 5K Breast Cancer Walk at Jones Beach, donated money to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation of New York, as well as to The Taylor Fund, a fund set side for an Oceanside family whose son suffers from Leukemia. Donations are possible because of the group's fund-raising commitment. The Club began in September of 2001, with eight members. Since then, it has grown into a group of twenty six dedicated young men and women. Mrs. Lindner, a teacher and club adviser for the Interact Chapter at Freeport High, says she is overwhelmed by the dedication from these students and is sure that the club will continue to grow.

Jeffrey Hollman, a man of distinction by Joan Delaney Baldwin's Assistant Superintendent for .Instruction Jeffrey Hollman is a man of distinction. His ever-present bow tie is, perhaps, a lesson in point, for his decision to wear it illustrates the thought-process that marks this seasoned educator. "I hate ties; I think they're stupid, they're decoration and serve no purpose." And yet professional norms require them. And so, the long-time teacher and educator brought both common sense and creativity to the requirement with his decision to wear a bow tie. He is distinctive. Mr. Hollman is a 1969 graduate of Case Western Reserve in Cleveland where he graduated with a major in English and a minor in education. A master's followed from Long Island University and he has completed all his course work for a doctorate from New York University (NYU) with the exception of his thesis. "That's one of my goals," he said, as he spoke about his years in education and his retirement plans in an interview with The Leader. "I have several possibilities." He discussed his thoughts on a thesis topic that would explore staff and human development. "I believe we should study ways to structure schools to maximize the development of staff." Another topic to explore might include his experiences in helping to create the first high school Gay-Straight Alliance in the Long Island area in response to a request from Baldwin students. Mr. Hollman began his career in Glen Cove where he taught English at both the middle school and high school. After taking one year off, he proceeded to Bellport High School where he taught English for ten years and served as assistant principal for six years. From there he went to

Plainedge as principal, committed to bringing stability to a ^school "that had seen significant administrative turn-over. In 1995 he came to Baldwin as principal of the high school, a professional relationship which culminated in his appointment almost three years ago as Asssistant Superintendent for Instruction. "It's time," he said, speaking of his retirement. Eventually, however, he hopes to teach at the college level. For this educator, teaching and administration have been an interesting process of. accomplishment and' personal development. When asked to describe his achievements as well as his challenges, they are frequently one and the same. He speaks of his increasing awareness of the importance of allowing all students to • "move up," to stretch beyond the narrow constraints of tracking. In fact he has saved a letter which was sent to him when he was principal in Plainedge by a contingent of students in a lower track. It speaks of the feelings of these young people and the Stigna and differences in opportunities they believed were associated with tracking. He came to Baldwin when new Regents mandates required that all students pass the English Regents to graduate and he 'describes that tjme of "the upward movement of kids" as "very frightening" for staff who had to provide additional support systems so that all youngsters could accomplish their goals. He calls Baldwin's commitment to allow students to "try A.P. classes" as significant, contrasting it with an "exclusive approach which is hurtful and does not engender excellence." Rigid tracking, he thinks, "sends a message to kids that you're not as valuable." "I'm a firm believer in praising students for their academic accomplishments. I believe we should do for academics what

athletics- has done for athletes." He describes the kinds' of positive reinforcement needed to affirm students who achieve. "I created the Academic Hall of Fame. If a student won a Spanish essay contest, I took a picture. The plaques we put up set the tone and helped answer the ' question 'What is your school known as'?'" Among his other accomplishments he cites his insistence on an attendance policy for sports eligibility. At first there was "a lot of. grief," but eventually the policy helped change behavior. His comments on education are thoughtful. "I'm a public education person. Vouchers frighten me." In defining his ideas on the role of education, he says. "The educational system should create citizens who can operate this democracy. That's role number one. The spin-off is that education should prepare people for rich lives, to see the complexity of life and enjoy it." That is why Mr. Hollman was so drawn to Baldwin. "I knew Ray Melucci (the former high school principal) and I came to visit the high school before I-applied. It was after school and the place was filled with kids participating in all sorts of activities." Mr, Hollman has nothing but praise for the Board of Education and fellow administrators whose budgeting priorities "do an excellent job of giving kids options. These kids have all sorts of raw talertts and skills." Regarding systemic problems in education, he calls the funding process "criminal," adding that "an accident of birth can result in a good education or not." He describes as problematic the present assessment system which requires an increasing numbers of standardized tesls. "These tests are only a snapshot in time; they don't reflect the kind of rich assess-

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ments ihat former commissioners of education understood." He spoke of the impor- H tance of creating assessments that allow c students "to show the full range of what Q. they know and what they can do." Perhaps Mr. Hollman's awareness of the importance of "doing" as well as "knowing" mirrors his own interests and background. "My Dad. who was a Depressionera kid. has a deep reverence for the object. Nothing is ever thrown out." Extending thai philosophy crealively. Mr. Hollman has joyously labored as a woodcurvcr and 3C sculptor, often using scrap wood to create in artwork (hat sometimes towers over his m own (all frame. Although his work was > O included in 1990 in the Long Island Artists en Show at the Nassau Museum of An. Mr. 73 Hollman shrugs off his accomplishments as a hobby, albeit one lo which he will he able to devote more time in his retirement. Mr. Hollman and his wife Dr. Laurie Hollman, a. psychoanalyst in private practice, are the parents of (wo sons. David. 2S. a computer scientist who graduated from Cornell, and Richard 26. an actor who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and is now completing a masters program at NYU's New School. A man of rich experience in the field of education. Mr. Hollman seems to personify the definition of a Renaissance man. One wall of his office is papered with a huge world map. A framed timeline of the Hislory of Civilization on the oilier wall is surrounded by various paintings. It is this holistic approach lo education - knowing, understanding, participating, creating, doing, and appreciating - (hat Jeffrey Hollman has tried to transmit to his slu• dents. as an educator for over three .decades. "A rich education...a rich life." a motto from a man who continues lo practice what he believes.

School board elections Residents of the Baldwin School District and Baldwin Library District who wish to run for either the Board of Education or Library Board of Trustees must return their petitions" of candidacy no later than Monday, April 19. Information and petitions may be secured from the District Clerk at Hastings Street. Phone 377-9274. .

COLORFUL FINGER PUPPETS perched on .a carved wooden hand illustrate the creative talents of educator Jeffrey Hollman. The large supporting hand is a frequent motif in Mr. Hollman's works of art.

Incumbents Mary Clark and James Scannell have announced their intention to run again. There are two three-year terms in contention in the at-large election for the Board of Education. Incumbent library trustee Janice Dellaero will not be running for the one available seat which carries a five year term

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BFE to honor Jensen, Delaney April 17 60

The Baldwin Foundation for Education (BFE) will hold its Spring Fling on Saturday, April 17, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Baldwin Senior High School 01 Commons. Former teacher and Director of Physical Education Marie Jensen and The Leader's Baldwin editor Joan Delaney will he honored at the ceremony which will he followed hy a buffet -p supper ij All are invited to attend the event. 3 _c Tickets which are $15 can he purchased prior to the event or at the door. For OS information about ihe Spring Fling, resUJ may • cheek Q idents tu or send a check to BFE at PO Box 350 Baldwin, NY UJ 11510-0350. I The BFE, an organization of alumni

and friends of the Baldwin schools, is'a not-for-profit organization established in 1993 to provide support to the Baldwin School District and to help sustain Baldwin's tradition of excellence in education. . The organization enhances the curriculum through its awarding- of mini and inaxi-grants to teachers for special activities, and programs which supplement the regular curriculum. • The group also seeks to establish pride in the schools, engender widespread support and maintain strong bonds between a l u m n i and the Baldwin community. One way in which they accomplish that goal is through the publication of the newsletter "Nexus."

BMS 'Pinocchio' a hit Baldwin Middle. School's production of Pinocchio delighted audiences with engaging songs and light-hearted humor during its run from March 18-20. Over 100 students participated in the production, both onstage and backstage. Students also helped build scls>and illustrate flyers. Produced by Peter Freeman and directed and choreographed by Kevin Harrington with' assistance by music director Kristine Simko, technical director Christopher Fahey, and art supervisors Francine Fish and Phillip Zirkuli,

this version of the classic tale won a special .Emmy Award and slays true to the original story by Carlo Collodi. "This story examines the themes of unconditional, love, the importance of education, and the process of determining right from wrong," explained Mr. Harrington, "It is my hope that each of our students at Baldwin Middle School will find unconditional love, realize that education will help them lead better lives and will always listen to that 'little voice' inside as they make good choices throughout their lives."

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Raab seeks re-election to Freeport school board Freeport school board Vice President' Michael Raab has announced that he will seek reelection to the school board. Mr. Raab was elected three years ago along with Board President Dr. Joseph Cattano. "In the past three years, we've seen significant improvement in the New York'State evaluation of the Freeport School District" We've come a long way, and we have more work, to do," said Mr. Raab. "It's a huge' job. Anyone who has .served on a schpol board knows the hours and hours per week that we-as board members put in, without compensation." He contin-

ues, "You just have to love what you are doing, keep the students first, and be fiscally responsible." His campaign starts immediately. As in the past, he is not accepting donations to his.campaign. "I want to be free to make the right decisions without owing favors." He is, however, reaching out for volunteers to help walk or sign petitions, allow a lawn sign in front of their yard, and/or to-arrange get-togethers (coffee klatches) for him to meet and discuss school issues and concerns with Freeport residents. If you are willing to help, you can contact Mr. Raab at 377-0298.

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McCarthy announces $500K Freeport funds Congrcsswoman Carolyn McCarthy (NY-4.) today announced Ihe House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure included $500,000 for pedestrian access improvements to Sunrise Highway in Freeport in HR 3550, The Transportation Equity Act. The Village of seeking assistance to provide pedestrian streetscape improvements to Sunrise Highway between Guy Lomhardo Avenue and Henry Street. Enhancements would include widened brick sidewalks, street trees, planters, pedestrian-scale lamp features, benches, garbage receptacles, crosswalks, medians, bike racks, and the creation of new green space. The project has -been designated to improve safely and circulation, facilitate access by pedestrians and bicyclists to commercial, recreational and transportation destinations while strengthening the economic base by creating jobs and generating tax revenues and enhancing the scenic quality of the highway. "This is wonderful news, for Freeporl," McCarthy said. "I'm glad the committee recognized the serious need for these improvements. This isn't the end of the road by any means, but it's truly wonderful news." "The next step in the process is final approval by the House, but I'm confident that the importance of this project will guarantee its survival in the final version of the bilf. Nassau County faces unique transportation demands, but this money will go a long way in addressing our problems," Mrs. McCarthy added..

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The First Squad L is 'investigating a robbery thai occurred . in Freeport on April 5 at 3:10 p.m. According to deteclives, Iwo robbers approached a 23-year-old man as he walked along Independence Avenue al Rulland Road. One of Ihe subjects produced a silver handgun, and removed the gold chain from the viclim's neck .as Ihe second robber removed an undisclosed amount of cash from his pocket. There were no injuries reported. The robbers are described as male blacks approximalely 20 years old wearing black jackels and ski masks. One man was about 5'11" and Ihe other about 5'6". They fled on foot, easlbound on Independence Avehue. Detectives requesl anyone with information regarding ihis crime to conlact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous. Three





Baldwin were arrested in connection with an assault that look place in Long Beach on April 7 at 1:20 a.m. Delectives report that police received a call to Trafalgar Boulevard for an assault with a bat. The'suspects fled the scene in a black Cadillac Escapade prior lo police arrival. Fourlh Precincl Police Officers Lorenzen, Paul and Hermann slopped the vehicle northbound on Long Beach Road in Oceanside. A baseball hat was recovered from the back seat of the suspect vehicle. Arrested for Assaull were defendanls Dane Buchanan, 18, and Daniel .Ortiz, 18, both of Long Beach; Juan Tavaras, 19, of Roosevell Avenue, Freeport; Edwin Rodriguez, 19, of Smilh'Street, Freeport; Frank Beltran, 18, of Long Beach and Rogelio Marlinez, 19, of Grand Avenue, Baldwin. The three victims suffered culs and bruises and refused medical aid at scene.

The First Squad is investigating a robbery that occurred in Freeport on a. April 5 at 11:35 p.m. According to deteclives, a 61 -yearold m a n , while walking along Commercial Streel at Rosedale Avenue, was approached by an unknown man who produced a box cutter and proceeded to slice him upon his body. The robber removed undisclosed personal' property from the victim and lied on his m bicycle, northbound, Rosedale Avenue. The victim was transported to Nassau m > University .. Medical Center where be was trealed for his injuries. The robber, is described as a darkskinned black man, stocky build, approximately 5' 10'. He was wearing a black wool hat, blue jeans and black sneakers. Deleclives requesl anyone wilh information regarding this crime to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.


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Stroke prevention Residents living in and around the Freeport community can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke. Life Line Screening will be at the Freeport United Methodist Church, 46 Pine Street, on April 19. Appointments will begin at 9 a.m. Each screening requires ten minutes or less to complete. A complete vascular screening package, including the Stroke/Carotid Artery, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm and Ankle Br,achial Index (hardening of the arteries) screenings is $125. Sign-up for a complete vascular package; include the osteoporosis screening and pay $149. For more information regarding the screenings or to schedule an appointment, call 800-403-7395, Pre-registration is required.

Atlantic Nursery is 75 On Thursday, April 22, Atlantic Nursery Garden Center, located at 250 Atlantic Avenue, will be celebrating its 75th Anniversary in business serving the Village of Freeport. Join the Freeport Chamber of Commerce along with owners, the Feile family, at 11 a.m. for a Ribbon Cutling/Rededication Ceremony, followed by refreshments.

Social Action There will be a Social Action Sunday Service at the South Nassau Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Freeport, at 10:30 a.m. on April 18 with Seth Tobocman of ww3 arts. During the summer of 2002, Seth


Tobocman taught art to small children in a village on the West Bank just outside of Ramallah. In sharing these private drawings, he allows us all to participate in the dialogue he had with his parents, life-long 'Zionists. How can we stop killing each other? How can we learn to. recognize each other's humanity? ww3 arts in action is an independent collective of artists dedicated to using their work as a voice for peace in the face of endless war.

Pedals for Progress . The-Freeport United Methodist Men, in association with "Pedals For Progress," are sponsoring a used bicycle collection on Saturday, May 15, from 9 a.m. to I p.m. at the Freeport United Methodist Church, 46 Pine Street (between Church Street and Guy Lombardo Avenue - one block south of Sunrise Highway). All bicycles collected will be shipped to "Pedals For Progress" (, a registered charity, which distributes over 9,000 bikes annually to developing countries in Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe, and the Pacific islands. Bicycles in these regions are the principal means of commuting to work, accessing health care, and transporting produce to and from markets. For more information call 623-5967.

Rec center events On Thursday, April 22, from noon to 1 p.m. the Freeport Recreation Center Senior Citizen Program will feature a discussion, "Shape up your Estate," with elder care attorney Frank Totora. The'recreation center will be having a trip called "A day by the Seaside" on Thursday, June 17. The bus will leave at 7:30 a.m., and the trip will include lunch at Gurney's Inn, a 1 1/2 hour sightseeing bus to.ur of the East End, shopping at Grosman's Dock and a tour of Duck Walk . Vineyards. The bus will return at 7:30 p.m. To sign up for this program, bring a $55 check made out to McCarney Tours tp the recreation Center, 130 East Merrick Road, by April 30.

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769 Merrick Road • Baldwin • 223-1460 • fax 378-7735 FIRST CHURCH BALDWIN, UNITED WORD OF LIFE. MINISTRIES. 80 Wist METHODIST, 881 Merrick Rd. Baldwin. 223Merrick Road. Full Gospel-Non-Denominational: 1168, Rev. Richard E. Smelizer: Worship Service Caspar Annstasi. Pastor: Raymond Trip! and Tom & Sunday School 10 a.m.;. Youth Fellowship Dimino. Assistant Pastors. Sunday morning Sunday. 6:30 p.m Worship 8:30 .and 11 a.m.: Children's Chinch fl EBENEZER CHURCH OF SEVENTH DAY a.m.. and Sunday School 9:45 a.m.: Sunday ADVENTIST 97 Broadway. Michael R. evening Healing. Service 7 p.m.: Wednesday m Bernard. Pastor: Saturdays. Church at Study. 9:15 Evening Kinship in private homes 7:30 p.m. > a.m.; Morning Service. 11 a.m.: Youth Service. 4 Friday evening. Ministries and Intercessory Prayer D w p.m. 379-1054 7:30 p.m. 546-3344. DEAN STREET CHAPEL. 23 West Dean FREEPORT CHURCH OF GOD. 580 Babylon Street. Sundays. Breaking of Bread. 9:15 a.m.: Turnpike. Reverend Linctle Clark.. Pastor. Adult Bible Class. 10:15 a.m.: Family Bible Hour. • Sundays. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.: Morning Sunday School (pre-K through seniors). 11:15 Services 11:15 a.m.: Evening Youth Services (• a.m.: Wednesdays. Prayer Meeting. 8 p.m p.m.: Sunday Night Service 7 p.m. Tuesdays. SOUTH NASSAU CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Prayer Service 8 p.m. 3147 Eastern Parkway. Baldwin. 379-0720. David SALVATION ARMY. 66 Church Street. P.O. Dooley, Minister. Sunday School. 9:30 a.m.: Box 725. Majors David and Janice Mad .can. Sunday Worship Service, 10:45 a.m.: Wednesday Corps OITicers: Captain Ida Perez Youth OITicer: Adult Bible Study. 8 p.m.. Youth Group, 8 p.m.. Morning Worship 11 a.m.: Afterglow Service 12 ST. PETER'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN p.m.: Home League Ladies Group Thursday I I CHURCH, 2332 Grand Avenue. Baldwin, 223a.m.: Bible Study Monday 11:30 a.m.: Mid-week 1951. The Rev. Edward G. Bamett. Pastor. The Service Wednesday. 12 p.m.: Senior Service of Holy Communion, 10 a.m. Center. Monday to Friday. 8:(K) a.m. to 4:(X) p.m. ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH Youth programs for kids 4-14- Scouting Programs (ANGLICAN) - 2375 Harrison Avenue, Baldwin, Tuesday 4-6 p.m.: Supper Club Thursday 4-7 p.m.: 223-3731, The Rev. Dr. Charles G. Ackerson. Family Supper 5-5:30 p.m. Call (516) 378-4557 . Ph.D., Rector. Sunday: Holy Eucharist. 8 a.m.. TRANSFIGURATION EPISCOPAL Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.. Sung Eucharist, 10 • CHURCH - (ANGLICAN). South Long Beach a.m., Wednesday: Holy Eucharist 10 a.m. Avenue and. Pine Street. Tuesdays Holy Eucharist THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF 8:45 a.m. Sundays. Holy Eucharist 8 and 10 a.m. BALDWIN, 717 St. Luke's Place and Twain Sunday School, noon. Street. Rev. Mark Greiner, Pastor. Sunday CHURCH OF OUR HOLY REDEEMER. 37 Worship, 9:30 a.m. South Ocean Avenue. Weekday Masses Monday IGLESIA CENTRO BIBLICO DE FREE7:30 p.m. (Spanish). 7:30 a.m. and 12:10 p.m.. PORT-:- 50 North Main Street. 546-0473, C. 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Reverend Dr. Harry J. White. II.. Senior (Contemporary Music Group). Daily Masses: Pastor, Sunday Morning Worship Service 9:45 Monday through Friday: 7 and 9 a.m.: Saturday: 9 a.m., Holy Communion - Every 1st Sundaya.m. Holiday Masses: Please consult the weekly Senior Program - Tuesday, Wednesday '& Bulletin the Sunday before the holyday. Thursday: 10 a.m., Radio Program - WTHE 1520 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF' FRKE-PORT, AM - Thursday Morning - 11 a.m. Pine Street and South Long Beach Avenue. BALDWIN JEWISH CENTER, 885 Seaman Sunday Worship - 10:45 a.m.: Sunday School for adults & children. 9:20 a.m.: Wednesday Bible Avenue. Daily minyan. Monday and Thursday 6:25 a.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 6:35 Study & Prayer. 8 p.m.; 379-8084: a.m.; Friday services 8 p.m.: Saturday services 9 COMMUNITY CHURCH OF THE a.m. and 5:50 p.m.; Sunday services. 9 a.m. NAZARENE. 301 Atlantic Avenue/ Sundays. FREEPORT UNITED METHODIST Sunday. School for all ages. 10 a.m.: Morning CHURCH, 46 Pine Street, 378:0659. The Rev. Worship Service. 11 a.m.: Evening Praise and Steed Davidson. 10:30 a.m.- Worship Service. Prayer Service. 6 p.m.; Wednesdays. Evening During church service nursery care and a toddler Bible Study in Spanish and English. 7:30 p.m. program are available along with Pre-K through Second and fourth Fridays. Youth Night in Church 8th grade Sunday School classes. gym. 8 p.m. CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL, 91 North GREATER SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. Bayview Avenue, 623-4200. Conservative, egali129 East Merrick Road. Reverend Mallelte. tarian congregation. Friday services. 8 p.m.: Sundays, Morning Service. 11 a.m.: Evening Saturday services. 9:30 a.m. Weekday minyan folService. 9 p.m. Thursdays, Prayer Meeting. 8 p.m.: lowed by breakfast, 6:45 a.m. Sunday services, 9 Sunday School. 9:30 a.m. a.m.. followed by breakfast. Religious school, preSOUTH BALDWIN JEWISH CENTER. 2959 K. through high'school. Adult education. 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With better understanding, bays slowly rejuvenating by Douglas Finlay


Editor's Note: This is the second part of a two-part stoiy Of all the issues Don Harris, vice-president of Freeport-based SPLASH (Stop Polluting Littering And Save the Harbors) presents, he said that no issue is as important as the sustainability of the creatures that inhabit the bays. In this, the shell fishermen could not agree more. And it is'in this area of sustainability that association members unanimously agree the Town of Hempstead does its most compelling and gratifying work. "We have the most aggressive clamming program anywhere on Long Island, with a seasonal program and two conditional programs," said Ed Thomas, president of the Hempstead Shellfishermen's Association. "Conditional program, program A, is open in Fall and Spring, and program B is open four months, from December I to March 31." He added that all programs are still at


the mercy of rainfalls, which bring nonsource pollutants such as papers, oils'and plastic from streets to drain, into the bays, necessitating closure for up to eight days. The town boasts a vigorous clam-growing program targeted for both shell fishermen and recreational shell fishermen. "Each year our department buys 1. to 1 1/4 million seed from a local company that sells them from spawner clams under controlled conditions." said Ron Masters, commissioner of the town Department of Conservation and Waterways. "In addition, for'the past several years, the Hempstead baymen have provided 1/2 million larger seed from the same grower." He said that the seedling clams, grown in indoor vats in which nutrient-rich salt wate'r and seeds are mixed, grow within six months into thumbnail-sized clams. He said the thuhibnail-sized clams are then hand-seeded into areas scientists working in its state-certified laboratory believe are relatively depleted or are highly produc-



He also said that since clams are edible, monitoring of waler and the clams'themselves are necessary to test for total bacterial levels and for coliform. ."Longer term, the water quality data is used by our science staff and the [state Department of* Environmental Conservation] DEC's shellfish management staff to consider opening areas that have been traditionally closed because of human activities near shorelines." It is precisely these seed programs that help shell fishermen survive the brutal winters, in addition to fund-raising money they raise that goes to buying larger clams the town plants for them as well. "The seedlings take one-and-a-half to (hire years to grow," shell fisherman Bob Roth said', ' "but the clams we buy are bigger so that when the town plants them for us they can grow in a few months' time." The clams they ask the town (o plant arc Netada clams. "You know when you gel

one because il has a distinctive design on the shell." shellfisherman Tom Jeffries said. Mr. Thomas said the clam is a "heartier strain that is also very healthy, and real chefs look for these because they have a lot of meat in them." Mr. Roth intimated that "1 know a chef that needed three do/en of ours compared to four-and-a-half do/en of the other clams" for the same purposes. Depending upon the si/e 'and the demand, shell fishermen receive between 10 cents ami 23 cents for each clam from local restaurants. While they would not \ mention their individual clients by name, they include the finest seafood stores and restaurants along the canals, the channels and the bays in addition to oilier restaurants and seafood stores further upland. Mr. Roth said. "We have certain rules or restrictions as to what we'll charge, because boats in Connecticut dredge for clams and Hood our markets with, cheaper clams." But shell fisherman Jeff Korn added. "A (continued on page 15

PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: NJR PROPERTIES, ^LC. Certificate of Conversion was filed with fh^ Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/1 1/04. Office location: Nassau County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 260 Doughty Etoulevard, Inwood, New York 1 1 096. Purpose: Fo'r any lawful purpose. FL 355 6T 3/11, 18, 25, 4/1. 8, 15 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: MESEROLE STREET ASSOCIATES, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/27/04. The latest date of dissolution is 02/27/2054. Office location: Nassau County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 619 Bridge Street, Woodmere, New York 1 1598. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.-


Articles of organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/24/04. Office location; Nassau County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served, SSNY shall mail a copy of. p'rocess tO'the LLC, P.O. Box 531, Lynbrook, New York 11563. purpose: For any lawful purpose. FL3776T3/18. 25. 4/1. 8! 15. 22. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY .COMPANY. NAME: ROADMASTER SPECIALTIES • LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/02/04. The latest date of dissolution is 12/3172099. Office location: Nassau County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 3411 Courtney Place, Baldwin Harbor, New York 11510. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. . FL #380 6x 3/25. 4/1. 8. 15, 22, 29 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED'LIABILITY Flttf>AT.^/11 Ifi 7S.4/1.B. IS _ COMPANY. NAME: DAUB AVENUE PROPERTIES NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the COMPANY. NAME: BRIDGE ASSOCIATES OF PA, Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 10/30/03. Office location: Nassau County. SSNY LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on has been designated as agent of the LLC upon 03/01/04. The latest date of dissolution is whom process against it may be served. SSNY 12/31/2104. Office location: Nassau County. • shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 260 SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC Doughty Boulevard, Inwood, New York 11096. upon whom process against it may be' served. • Purpose: For any lawful purpose. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, FL #381 6x 3/25 4/1, 8. 15, 22, 29 619 Bridge Street, Woodmere, New York 11598. SUMMONS Purpose: For any lawful purpose. . • SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK FL3576T3/U. 18. 25, 4/1. 8. 15 _ COUNTY OF NASSAU NOTICE OF FORMATION QF LIMITED LIABILITY THE INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF FREEPORT, COMPANY. NAME: LONG.ISLAND GOLF ACADPlaintiff, EMY, LLC. Articles of organization were filed ' . against with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) ROBERT E. FOY, COUNTY OF NASSAU and JOHN •an 03/02/04. Office location: Nassau County. DOE #}" through 'JOHN DOE #12", the last SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC twelve names being fictitious and unknown to upon whom process against it may be served. Plaintiff, the persons or parties intended being SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, the tenants, occupants, persons or corporac/o Charles Cohen, 1539 Hewlett Avenue , . tions, if any, having or claiming an interest in or Hewlett, New York 1 1 557. Purpose: For any lawupon the premises, described in the Complaint, ful purpose. Defendants. FL3586T3/.1.1. 18,25.4/1,8. 15 _ Index No.: 03-008687 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY Date Filed: 6/4/03 COMPANY. NAME: ADAM D. GLASSMAN, LLC. Plaintiff designates Nassau County Articles of Organization were filed with the . as.the place of. trial Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on The basis of venue is' 03/04/04. Office location Nassau County. SSNY Plaintiff's place of business has been designated as agent of the LLC upon which is located at 46 North whom process against it may be served. SSNY Ocean Avenue, Freeport, shall mail copy of process to the LLC 1389 New York, 11520 Pleasant Place, Hewlett Harbor, New York TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: 1 1557. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the . FL #363 6t3/1 1, 18. 25, 4/1, 8. 15 _ Verified Complaint in this action and to serve a NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY copy of your answer, or, if the complaint is not COMPANY. NAME: HPL CONSULTING LLC. served with this summons, to serve a notice of Articles of Organization were filed with the appearance, on the Plaintiff's Attorney(s) within Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 20 days after the service of this summons, 03/01/04. Office location: Nassau County. SSNYexclusive of the date of service/ (or within 30 has been designated as agent of the LLC upon days after the service is complete if this sumwhom process against it may be served. SSNY mons is not personally delivered to you within shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 31 15 • the State of New York); and in case of your fail-, Long Beach Road, Oceanside, New York ure to appear or answer, judgment will be 1 1572. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. taken against you by default for the relief FL #368 6x 3/18. 25. 4/1. 8. 15. 22 demanded in the complaint. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY This is an action to foreclose upon a Tax Lien COMPANY. NAME: FOCUS POINT WINDOWS recorded against real property located South AND DOORS, LLC. Articles of organization were of 138 Weberfield Avenue, New York (Section filed with the Secretary of State of New York 55, Block 238, Lot 59). (SSNY) on 02/23/04. Office location; Nassau Dated: MineOla, New York County. SSNY has been designated as agent of May 1, 2003 the LLC upon whom process against it may be SCHRODER & STROM, LLP served, SSNY shall mail a copy of process Counsel for Plaintiff to the LLC, 724 Park Place, Long Beach,. New , By: /S/ Michael T. Schroder, Esq. York 1 1561 . Purpose: For any lawful purpose. 1 -14 Old Country Road, Suite 218 FL3766T3/1R 25. 4/T. fl 15 ?? Mineola, New York 11501 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY (516)742-7430 FL #382 4x3/25, 4/1, 8. 15 .COMPANY. NAME: TWO FOUR FOUR LLC.

SUMMONS • MICHAEL A.L. BALBONI. Esq.. Referee. SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK Jordan S. Katz, P.C.. Attorneys at-Law. 585 COUNTY OF NASSAU Stewart Avenue, Suite L-70. Garden City, New THE INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF FREEPORT York 11530 . Plaintiff, Dated: 2/27/2004 File #: Jsk3989 jvr against FL #385 '4x 3/25. 4/1. 8. 15 RICHARD E. DEXTER, NATIONAL WESTMINSTER NOTICE OF SALE BANK USA and its Successors & Assigns, SUPREME COURT: NASSAU COUNTY BERNARD BOORSTEIN, RONALD I. JOHNSON, COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC., Plaintiff® FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK FUNB as vs. DOMINICK ANNECCA, et al. Defendants Custodian for NATIONAL TAX FUNDING; L.P., Attorney(s) for Plaintiff(s).: Rosicki, Rosicki & NASSAU COUNTY, WILSHIRE LEASING LIMITED, Associates, P.C., Main Office: One Old Country STATE OF NEW YORK/YELLOW BOOK CO., INC., Road, Suite 200. Carle Place, New York 11514 NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF -TAXATION (516)741-2585 AND FINANCE, LYNDA C. DEXTER, UNITED STATES Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure and sale INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, and -JOHN DOE granted herein on March 8, 2004, I'will sell at #1" through "JOHN DOE,#12", last twelve Public Auction to the highest bidder at Nassau names being fictitious and unknown to Plaintiff, County Courthouse, 262 Old Country Road, the persons or parties intended being the tenMineola, New York 11501. ants, occupants, persons or corporations, if On April 28, 2004 at 9:30 AM '• any, having or claiming an interest in or upon Premises known as 2 Forbes Place, Freeport, the premises, described in the Complaint, ' New York 11520 ' Defendants. ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, Index No.: 03-008690 with' the buildings and improvements thereon Date Filed: 6/4/03 erected, situate, lying and being in the Plaintiff designates Incorporated Village of Freeport, Town of Nassau County as the Hempstead. County of Nassau and State of place of trial New York, known and designated as and by The basis of venue is Plaintiff's place the lot number 9 on a certain map entitled, of business which is located at "Map of property belonging to T.P.C. Forbes, 46 North Ocean Avenue, Freeport, situated in Freeport, L.I., surveyed by Smith & New York, 11520 Malcomsbn, C.E., dated April 1911," and filed in TO'THE ABOVE NAMES DEFENDANTS: the Nassau County Clerk's Office on June 29, YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the 1916 as Map #263. Case #1966. Verified Complaint in this action and to serve a District: 009 Section 54 Block 313 Lot 9 copy of your answer, or, if the complaint is not As more particularly described in the judgment served with this summons, to serve a -notice of of foreclosure and sale. appearance, on the Plaintiff's Attorney(s) within Sold subject to all of the terms and conditions 20 days after the service of this summons, contained in said judgment and terms of sale. exclusive of the date df service, (or within 30 Approximate amount of judgment $251,499.64 days after the service is complete if this sumplus interest and costs. mons is not personally delivered to you within INDEX NO. 010137/02 the State of New York); and in case of your failJEFFREY L. STADLER. ESQ., REFEREE ure to appear or answer, judgment will be FL #386 4X 3/25. 4/1.8. 15 taken against you by default for the relief NOTICE OF SALE demanded in the complaint. SUPREME COURT: NASSAU COUNTY. NATIONAL This is an action to foreclose upon a Tax Lien CITY HOME LOAN SERVICES. INC. F/K/A ALTErecorded'against real property located at 65 GRA CREDIT COMPANY SUCCESSOR BY MERGAlbany Avenue, Freeport, New York (Section ER TO FIRST FRANKLIN FINANCIAL CORPORA62, Block E, Lot 794). . • TION, Pltf. vs. JOANNE FRANK, et al, Defts. Index Dated: Mineola, New York #02-019547. Pursuant to judgment of forecloMay 1-. 2003 sure and sale dated Oct. 2, 2003. I will sell at SCHRODER & STROM, LLP public auction on the north front steps of the Counsel for Plaintiff . Nassau County Courthouse, 262 Old Country By: /S/ Michael T. Schroder Esq. '•' Rd., Mineola NY on Apr. 23, 2004 at 8:45 a.m. VI4 Old Country Road. Suite 218 prem. k/a 840 Guy Lombardo Ave., Freeport, NY. Said property located on'the westerly side Mineola. New York 11501 (516)1742-7430 of Guy Lombardo Ave., f/k/a'Grove St., 3230 ft. FL #383 4x3/25. 4/1.8. 15 ' southerly as measured along the westerly side SUPREME COURT - COUNTY OF NASSAU of Guy Lombardo Ave. from the corner formed EQUJCREDIT CORPORATION OF AMERICA, by the intersection of the westerly side of Guy Plaintiff, Combardo Ave. with the southerly side of Front Against St., being a plot 150 ft. x 80 ft. Approx. amt. of ANTHONY REYES AND JENNIFER REYES, judgment is $271,456.39 plus costs and interest. Defendants) Sold subject to terms and conditions of filed Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure and sale judgment and terms of sale. H. WILLIAM duly entered 12/12/2003 I, the undersigned HODGES III, Referee. CERTILMAN BALIN ADLER & Referee will sell at public auction at the North HYMAN, LLP. Attys. for Pltf., .90 Merrick Ave.. East Front S'teps of the Nassau County Courthouse,' Meadow, NY. #58841 Fl #301P 4y 3/7S 4/1 R 1 fi 262 Old Country Road, Mineola, NY on 4/23/2004 at 9:00 AM premises known as NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY 11 Rogers Place, Freeport, NY COMPANY. NAME: SAGUARO MANAGEMENT ALL that certain plot piece or parcel of land, CO. LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with . with the buildings and improvements thereon the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of 03/22/04. Office location: Nassau County. SSNY Hempstead, County of Nassau and State of has been designated as agent of the LLC upon New York whom process against-it may be served. SSNY Section 55 Block 367 Lot 750, 751, 752 and 753 shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, c/o Neil Approximate amount of lien $206,973.19 plus • Gronowetter, 141 Woodmere Boulevard. #2B, interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject Woodmere, New York 11598. 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NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME' COURT - COUNTY OF . NASSAU NORTHWEST MORTGAGE. INC. Plaintiff. AGAINST KEITH WRIGHT, ET. AL. Defendant(s) Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly dated 11/25/2003 I. the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the North Front Steps Of The Nassau County Courthouse. 262 Old Country Road. In the City of Mineola on 5/10/2004 at 10:00 AM premises known as 59 Brooks Avenue. Hempstead. NY J1573 All that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Hempstead County of NASSAU and State of New York Section, Block and Lot 55-314174,175.207 Approximate amount of lien SI75.191.97 plus interest and costs Premises will be sold subject to provisions of nled Judgment Index #027141/99 John M. Conroy. Referee, Steven J. Baum. P.C.. Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Box 1291. Buffalo, NY 14240-1291 Dated: 3/17/2004 Fl 39R4T4/B 15 99 70


Defendants) Pursuant to a.judgment of foreclosure and sale duly entered 12/17/2003 I. the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the North Front Steps of the Nassau County Courthouse. 262 Old Country Road. Mineola, NY on 5/6/2004 at 9:45 AM premises known as 3 Martha Street. Freeport, NY ALL that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Hempstead, County of Nassau and State of New York Section 62 Block 96 Lot 198, 199.200 Approximate amount of lien $216,571.44 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed judgment Index # 717/02 Louis J. Milone, Esq., Referee Jon B. Felice & Associates. P.C. (Attorney's for Plaintiff) 11 East 44th Street. Suite 800, New York. NY 10017 Dated: 3/24/2004 File #: ABNF 20 mac fL #400 4* 4/0. 15.22,29 NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT - COUNTY OF NASSAU MIDFIRST BANK. Plaintiff. Against JACQUELINE ELIE: ANGEL ELIE. et al..

Defendant® Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly entered 3/12/2003 I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the North Front Steps of the Nassau County Courthouse, 262 Old Country Road. Mineola, N.Y on 5/7/2004 AT 3:00 PM premises known as 123 Harris Ave.. Freeport, NY 11520 ALL that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Village of Freeport, Town of Hempstead, County of Nassau and State of New York Section 55 Block 250 Lot 241 & 242 Approximate amount of lien $176,965.42 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed judgment. lndex# 01/018162 PAUL J. MUSCARELLA, Esq., Referee. Shapiro and DiCaro 250 Mile Crossing Blvd., Suite One. Rochester, - NY 14624 Dated: 3/12/2004 File #: 01-41891 r jvr Fl fl4fl1 4y4/R 15 99 99


Defendants) Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly entered 9/11/2002 I. the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the North Front Steps of the Nassau County Courthouse. 262. Old Country Road. Mineola, NY on 5/6/2004 at 10:00 AM premises known as 123 Dehnhoff Ave., Freeport, NY 11520 ALL that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Hempstead, County of Nassau and State of New York Section 55 Block 246 Lot 42 & 43 Approximate amount of lien $217,671.61 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions .of filed judgment. Index* 01/006559 VALERIE M. ROTHMAN, Esq., Referee. Shapiro and DiCaro 250 Mile Crossing Blvd., Suite One. Rochester, NY 14624 Dated: 3/26/2004 File #: 00-36349r jvr ft #/ino /i« A /a 11; o? oo NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: PALETTE PRESS LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of .New York (SSNY) on 03/22/04. Office

location: Nassau County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC. 714 West Park Avenue. Long Beach, New York 11561. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. FL#403 6x 4/8. 15. 22. 29. 5/6. 13 NOTICE OF SALE

SUPREME COURT: NASSAU COUNTY. ALASKA SEABOARD PARTNERS, LP. Pltf. vs. LAUGHTON ROCHESTER, et al. Defts. Index #02-009674. Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure and sale dated Feb. 4. 2004, I will sell at-public auction on the north front steps of the Nassau County Courthouse. 262 Old Country Rd., Mineola NY on May 10, 2004 at 9:00 a.m. prem. k/a 40 St. Frances St., Roosevelt, NY. Said property located at the corner formed by the intersection of the Northerly sjde of Putnam Ave. with the Easterly side of St. Frances St., being a plot 106.06 ft. x 85.04 ft. x 100 ft. x 49.73 ft. Approx. amt. of judgment is $24,039.46 plus costs and interest. Sold subject to terms and conditions of filed judgment and terms of sale. ANTHONY J. CINCOTTA. Referee. KNUCKLES & KOMOSINSKI, P.C., Attys. for Pltf.. 175 Main St., Suite 310, White Plains, NY. #59024 FL #404P 4x 4/8. 15.22/29 SUPREME COURT — COUNTY OF NASSAU WELLS FARGO BANK MINNESOTA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE WITHOUT RECOURSE, Plaintiff against DORA HERNANDEZ, CARLOS V. HERNANDEZ, ROSEANNA HERNANDEZ, et al Defendants).

Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered on August 28, 2003. I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction on the north front steps of Nassau County Courthouse,. ' 262 Old Country Road, Mineola, N.Y. on the 13th day of May, 2004 at 9;15 a.m. premises Beginning at a point on the westerly side of Prospect Street, distant 162.99 feet southerly from the corner formed by the intersection of the said westerly side of Prospect Street with the southerly side of Clinton Street; being a plot 100 feet by 50 feet by 100 feet by 50 feet. Said premises known as 20 Prospect Street, Freeport, N.Y. 11520. Tax account number: Section 62, Block 87. Lot 224. approximate amount of lien $204,772.08 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed judgment and terms of sale. Index No. 4330/03. Donna Brady, Esq., Referee. Fein Such Kahn & Shepard, P.C. Attorney© for Plaintiff 7 Century Drive, Suite 201 Parsippany, N.J.. 07054 FL#4054t4/8. 15.22.29 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: MSR ARCHITECTURE PLLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/25/04. Office location: Nassau County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the PLLC upon .whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the PLLC. 3115 Long Beach Road, Oceanside, New York 11572. Purpose: For the practice of the profession of Architecture. FL #406 6t 4/8, 15, 22, 29, 5/6. 13 NOTICE INVITATION FOR BIDS 52 Union Avenue Freeport, NY 11520 Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the Freeport Housing Authority Office, until May 7, 2004'! 1:00 AM local time, at which time they will be publicly opened and read for "furnishing all labor, materials and equipment, and performing all work necessary and incidental to: The renovation and repair of 52 Union Avenue, Freeport, NY 11520 in accordance with Freeport Housing Authority plans, specifications and contract documents. Bids shall be delivered and addressed to the Freeport Housing Authority, Edward W. Lancaster, 3 Buffalo Avenue, Freeport, NY, 11520, and shall be labeled 52 Union Avenue, Freeport, NY 11520. Any Bidder who wishes his bid to be considered' is responsible for making certain that his bid is received in the Freeport Housing Authority Office by the proper time. No . oral, telegraphic, electronic, facsimile, or telephonic bids or modifications will be considered . unless specified. Bids received after the scheduled Bid Submittal Deadline will be returned unopened. It is the responsibility of the Bidder to see that any bid submitted shall have sufficient time to be receive'd by the Freeport Housing Authority Office before the Bid Submittal Deadline. Late bids will be returned to the Bidder unopened. The receiving time in the Freeport Housing Authority Office will be the governing time for acceptability of bids. Bids will not be accepted by telephone or facsimile machine. Bids must bear original signatures and figures. SPECIFICATIONS. Specifications may be examined and obtained at no charge at the Freeport Housing Authority Office, or by calling (516)623-2508. . PRE-BID CONFERENCE. A pre-bid conference will be held at 52 Union Avenue, Freeport, NY 11520 on April 23, 2004 at 11:00 AM. All interested parties are encouraged to attend the prebid conference. If you have any questions, please contact Edward W. Lancaster at (516) 623-2508. EOE


a/k/a 44 Murray Dr. 359/04. BELLMORE-Donna.A. & Richard Falco, H Variance, front yard average setback, construct addition to dwelling.,N/s Swenson PI.. 85' W/o Newbridge Rd., a/k/a 2445 Swenson PI. I 360/04.'- 361/04. LEVITTOWN- Paul 81 Joan Galante,Variance, side yards aggregate, construct 2nd story addition to dwelling; Variance, rear yard, maintain addition attached to dwelling,. S/s Tinder La., 90' E/o Ponder La., a/k/a 35 Tinder La. .362/04. ELMONT-Harry E. Jacob. Variances, subTHE FOLLOWING CASES WILL BE CALLED START- . division of lot, lot area side yard, maintain legal to ING AT 9:30 A.M. 2-family dwelling on a lesser jot., S/W cor. 336/04. NR WESTBURY-W&S Associates. L.P., Atherton Ave. & Stone St.. a/k/a 1667 Atherton Renewal of grant to maintain multiple wall signs Ave. on "North" wall exceeding the square foot sig363/04. ELMONT-Rossi Custom Homes Inc.. nage area permitted, some project more than Variances, subdivision of lot, lot area, construct 12", one projects above roof line & some do dwelling with garage., S/s Atherton Ave., 50' not advertise businesses conducted in tenant W/o Stone St.' space along the "North" wall., S/W cor. Old 364/04. - 366/04. WANTAGH-Lawrence & Country Rd. & Ellison Ave., running thru to RoseMarie Grossman. Mother/Daughter Res. Transverse Drive, a/k/a Fortunoff The Source" (2nd kitchen); Maintain shed larger than per338/04. - 340/04. NR WESTBURY-W&S Associates, mitted with less than required rear & side yard L.P., Renewal of grants: Maintain multiple wall setbacks; Maintain 6' high fence.,S/W cor. signs on "East" wall exceeding the square foot .Island Rd. 8c Hitchcock Rd., a/k/a 3306 Island signage area permitted, some project more Rd. (Negative Declaration issued 'under than 12", some do not advertise businesses S.E.Q.R.) conducted in tenant space along the "East" 1332/04. WEST HEMPSTEAD-Rosario J. LoBello. wall;. Maintain multiple wall signs on "West* wall • Waive off-street parking (construct building for exceeding the square foot signage area perretail store 8c restaurant/sports bar.,S/s mitted, some project'more than 12", some do Hempstead Tpke.. 640' E/o Maplewood St., not advertise businesses conducted in tenant a/k/a 219 Hempstead Tpke. (Negative space along the- "West" wall; Maintain multiple Declaration issued under S.E.Q.R.) wall signs on "South" wall exceeding the square 1339/04. NR ISLAND PARK-Belle Eidenson c/o foot signage area permitted, some project Florence Betten, Variance, rear yard maintain more than 12". some do not advertise businessenclosed porch, attached to dwelling.. E/s es conducted in tenant space along the Harrison Ave. 65' N/o Kent Blvd., a/k/a 228 "South" wall.,S/W cor. Old Country Rd.,,& Ellison Harrison Ave. Ave., running thru to Transverse Drive, a/k/a 1340/04. - 1342/04. WANTAGH-Richard J. Faro, FortOnoff "The Source" Variance, rear yard, maintain addition . 337/04. SEAFORD-Thomas F. & Judy E. Carey. attached to dwelling; Maintain 6' high fence ' Variance, rear yard, construct 1 st story addilarger than pool installation area; Maintain tion, 2nd story & 2 story additions to gazebo (enclosing hot tub) higher & larger dwelling.,S/W cor. Darby La., & Illona La., a/k/a than permitted.. E/s Terra Park La., 477.85' W/o 3914lllonaLa. Oakfleld Ave., a/k/a 2853 Terra Park La. 341/04. MERRICK- Frank Donato & Heidi C. Edy, 1348/04. HEWLETT-Charles S. & Meryl L. Kovit, Variance, side yards aggregate, construct Variance, Lot area occupied, construct 2-story addition attached to dwelling.,S/s Wilson Ave., addition to dwelling., S/s Sturlane PL, 150' E/o 82.34' E/o Whaleneck Rd., a/k/a 1154 Wilson Hewlett Pkwy., a/k/a 1267 Sturlane PI. RE-ADVERTISEMENT: 3:00 P.M. Ave. 342/04. .EAST MEADOW-Ginette Thomas, 264/04. - 265/04. N.BELLMORE- Donald Ogifvie & David Ogilvle, Use premises to convert 1st floor Maintain 6' high fence larger than pool installaof 2-family dwelling to offices & construct addition area.,E/s Barbara Dr., 204.87' N/o Erma Dr., a/k/a 56 Barbara Dr. tion thereto for offices & expand 2nd floor for 343. BELLMORE - Jay & Melissa B. Lawrence, ' storage in conjunction with 1st floor offices; Waive off-street parking; permission to park in Erect 6' high fence., S/W cor. Eaine St. & Len front yard setback & in Res. "B" District with Dr., a/K/a 2744 Elaine St. 344/04. - 345/04. LEVITTOWN -Marcia L. Frost, ' insufficient back-up space ,S/s Jerusalem Ave. 325.65' W/o Midwood Rd.. a/k/a 521 Jerusalem Mother/Daughter Res. (2nd Kitchen); Maintain 3' high chain link fence within the clear sight triAve. ALL PAPERS PERTAINING TO THE ABOVE HEARangle.,S/E cor. Slate La. & Gardiners Ave., ING ARE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION AT THE a/k/a 113 Slate La. (Negative Declaration issued under S.E.Q.R.) BOARD OF APPEALS, TOWN HALL 1 WASHINGTON STREET, HEMPSTEAD, NY 11550. 346/04. NR ISLAND PARK-Frank Contarino, Variances, lot area occupied, rear yard, mainInterested parties may appear at the above ' time and place.' At the call of the Chairman, tain wood-deck attached to dwelling.,W/s Block La., 30' N/o Warwick Blvd.. a/k/a 178 the Board will consider the Decision and Reserve Decision calendar. Block La.By order of the Board of Appeals, 347/04. LEVITTOWN-Luis G. & Berniha C. Gerald G. Wright, Chairman Tamarez, Variance, rear yard, construct addiJoseph F. Pellegrini, Secretary tion attached to dwelling., S/s Magpie La., • to the Board of Appeals •66.98' W/o Tanager La., a/k/a 42 Magpie La. 348/04. ELMONT-Etienne U. & Raymonde FL411 IT 4/15 Dtogene, Mother/Daughter Res. (2nd kitchen). LEGAL NOTICE ' SECOND NOTICE . N/W cor. Union Ave. & Evans Ave. a/k/a 1304 Union Ave. (Negative Declaration issued under Notice and Public Explanation of a Proposed S.E.Q.R.) Activity in the 100-Year Floodplain and Wetland 349/04. - 350/04. LEVITTOWN- Jacqueline Felix & Nassau County Department of Economic Evelyn Gogikyan, Variance, rear yard, maintain Development screened porch attached to dwelling; Maintain • Office of Housing and Intergovernmental Affairs 6' high fence.,N/E cor. Quaker La. & Moss La., 400 County Seat Drive ° a/k/a 33 Quaker La. Mineola, New York 11501 • . Kevin Crean, Technical Director, Telephone 351/04. ' ELMONT-Ludlam' Property, Number, 516-571-0394 lnc.,Variances, subdivision of lot, lot area, front Certifying Officer: Thomas Suozzi, Nassau width, rear yard, construct dwelling.,W/s Waldorf Ave., 80.36' N/o Bonta St. County Executive TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS, AND 352/04. ELMONT-Otto.& Helen M. Miller, Variances, subdivision of lot, lot area, front PERSONS: This is to give notice that the Nassau County width, lot area occupied, maintain dwelling & detached garage on'a lesser lot.,W/s Waldorf Office of Housing and Intergovernmental Affairs has conducted an evaluation as required by Ave., 125.27' N/o Bonta St., a/k/a 315 Waldorf Executive Orders 11988 and 11990 in accorAve. 353/04. LEVITTOWN-James & Kathleen Chin, dance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 to determine the potential affect that its activity in Variance, front yard setback on Prairie La., construct addition to dwelling.,S/E cor. Prairie the floodplain and wetland will have on the environment. The proposed project is known as La. & Candle La., a/k/a 16 Prairie La. 354/04. UNIONDALE-Andrew Lewis. Variances, FR29-05C-Freeport - Public Facilities and subdivision of lot, lot area, front width, construct Improvements - Bus Shelters. The proposed activity is for replacement of bus shelters (new dwelling with garage.,N/s Harrison St., 54' W/o and existing locations) on Guy Lombardo - Nassau Rd. Boulevard and Merrick Road (north Side) and 355/04. BALDWIN-Daniel & Charlee Prada, on North Main Street and Grand Avenue in the Variances, lot area occupied, side yard, mainVillage of Freeport. Estimated funding for this tain wood deck attached to dwelling.,N/s activity is $10.000. Summit Ave., 125' W/o Parkview'PI., a/k/a 563 The Nassau County Office of Housing and Summit Ave. Intergovernmental Affairs has determined that 356/04. WEST HEMPSTEAD-Sandra De Jesus, it has no practicable alternative other than to Variance, lot area occupied, maintain wood approve the project. This activity will have no deck attached to dwelling.,S/s Janos La. significant impact on the environment for the 481.01' E/o Woodfield Rd., a/k/a 728 Janos La. following reasons: THE FOLLOWING CASES WILL BE CALLED START1. Installation of bus shelters on those parts of ING AT 2:00 P.M. the roads outside the floodplain will not affect 357/04. LEVITTOWN - Michael E. Thomas. the floodplain or wetland. Variances, lot area occupied, maintain shed higher than permitted.,W/s Daisy La.. 160.38'.S/o 2. Sites restricted to existing bus stop locations. 3. Within the wetland areas, there are. no Orchid Rd., a/k/a 24 Daisy La. " impacts on floodplains or wetlands associated 358/04. OCEANSIDE-Donna Sherwood, with the installation of bus shelters. Variances, lot area occupied, rear yard, mainWritten comments must be received by the tain multi-level wood deck attached to dwelling.,N/s Murray Dr. 94.29' W/o Polinski Ave. (continued on next page) Fl #4(T99X4/R Ifi

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ' BY THE BOARD OF APPEALS Pursuant to the provisions of Article 27 Section 269 of the Building Zone Ordinance. NOTICE is hereby given that the BOARD OF APPEALS of the Town of Hempstead will hold a public hearing in the Town Meeting Pavilion, Town Hall Plaza, One Washington Street, Hempstead, New York on 4/21 /2004 at 9:30 A.M. & 2:00 P.M. to consider the following applications and appeals:


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3.5 Tampering, Interference, Illegal Highway from previous page Signs: ' • Nassau County Office of Housing and A. Equipment Tampering: The' Village Intergovernmental Affairs at the following reserves the right to discontinue service to the address on or before Friday. April 30, 2004 (15 • co'nsumer in any and all cases in which the days after publication of this notice): Mr. Kevin facts established with reasonable certainty that Crean, Technical Director, Nassau County the meter or service laterals, or any part of the Office of Housing and Intergovernmental same have been tampered with in any manner Affairs, 400 County Seat Drive. Mineola. New which effects the proper operation of the same York 11501. . or the registering on the meter of the full Fl amount of electricity passing through such LEGAL NOTICE wires or consumed. In any such case where the SECOND NOTICE Village has disconnected service, it will not Notice and Public Explanation of a Proposed again restore service until: Activity in the 100- Year Floodplain and Wetland (1.) Payment has been made by the conNassau County Department of Economic sumer of the bill rendered for the estimated Development consumption of electricity not recorded on the Office of Housing and Intergovernmental Affairs meter; and 400 County Seat Drive (2.) The consumer has installed at his Mineola, New York 11 501 expense an approved meter mounting" box or Kevin Crean. Technical Director, Telephone ' socket, readily accessible to Village represenNumber. 516-571-0394 tatives frbm the outside of the consumer's 1 Certifying Officer: Thomas Suozzi. Nassau building and when requested by the Village, County Executive the consumer has also installed at his expense, TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES. GROUPS. AND . approved type of conductors from the weathPERSONS: er head an the consumer's service pipe to the This is to give notice that the Nassau County protective case. Office of Housing and Intergovernmental Affairs 3.6 Late Payment Charge: has conducted an evaluation as required by The Village charge for late payment of nonExecutive Orders 1 1988 and 1 1990 in accorresidential bills will be 1 1 /2 percent (1112 %) for dance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 to each monthly billing period to all amounts determine the potential affect that its activity in billed, but for which the Village has not the floodplain a/id wetland will have on the received payment by the.'Due by" date on the environment. The proposed project is known as bill. FR29-05D-Freeport-Public Facilities and 7. ADJUSTMENT OF RATES AND CLtlARGES Improvements - Tree Replacement. The pro. A. Applicable to: posed activity is for d.ead tree removal and Billings under all Service Classifications. replanting in Census Tract 4143.02. Block Group B. Statement of Fuel and Purchased Power 1 and Census Tract 4144. Block Groups 1-5. Adjustment: Estimated funding for this activity at these and A statement will be filed with the Public other locations is $30.000. Service Commission apart from this rate schedThe Nassau County Office of Housing and ule three business days prior to any change in Intergovernmental Affairs has determined that the Fuel Adjustment Rate per kWh.This stateit has no practicable alternative other than to ment, also available at the Village'of Freeport's approve the project. This activity will have no Municipal Office, will indicate the Base Cost of significant impact on the environment for the Fuel and Purchased Power; the Average Cost following reasons: of Fuel and Purchased Power, and the Rate 1 . There are no impacts on floodplains or wetAdjustment per kWh resulting from changes in lands associated with" the removal and the average Cost of Fuel and Purchased replacement of dead trees. Power. The statement shall further show the Off.2. The proposed project is the only means of System Sales Adjustment and any other refunds accomplishing the stated goal of replacing that may be ordered by the Commission dead trees. C. Definition of Terms: Written comments must be received by the (1) Average Cost of Fuel, and Purchased Nassau County Office of Housing and Power, in cents per kWh for the month, is Intergovernmental Affairs at the following derived by dividing the monthly Cost of Fuel address on or before Friday, April 30, 2004 (15 and Purchased Power by the corresponding days after publication of this notice): Mr. Kevin monthly Energy Requirements. Crean. Technical Director, Nassau County 2) Cost of Fuel and Purchased Power to the Office of Housing and Intergovernmental Village's customers is comprised of: Affairs. 400 County Seat Drive, Mineola. New (2.1) The cost of Fossil Fuel used by the York 11 501. . Village in generation for Its customers, includFL #413 4/15 _ ing, various grades of-petroleum products NOTICE TO ELECTRIC USERS refined from oil and natural gas, and the transBy order of the public Service Commission, portation and storage of natural gas to the State of New York issued and effective March Village's point of receipt. The fuel costs incurred 25. 2004, in Case 03-E-0686, Original Leaves in generation for the Village's customers shall Nos. 13B, 24A. 24B, 24C, 24D, Second Revised be exclusive of the fuel cost associated with Leaf No. 36. Fifth Revised Leaf No. 13. Sixth Off-System Sales energy. The cost shall also Revised Leaf No. 24, Twelfth Revised Leaf No. include an amount equal to the sum. of the 28, Thirteenth Revised Leaves Nos. 27, 29, 30 Major Gas Turbine ("GT") Operation and and Seventeenth Revised Leaf No. 26, Maintenance Expense Unit Rate and the Major Supplement No. 18 arid Supplement No. 19 are Gas Turbine Maintenance Fund Unit Rate, times hereby cancelled. the MWh of generation for retail customers by NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Incorporated the Village' gas turbine as adjusted for Village" of Freeport. New York, Freeport Electric station usage. that on March 30, 2004 it Issued and filed with (2.2) The cost of Purchased Power shall the Public Service Commission of the State of equal the sum of the cost of Firm Energy New York revised tariff leaves to its Schedule for Purchased, Economy Energy Purchased and Electric Services, P.S.C. No. 8 - Electric to Other Energy Purchased for its customers. become effective on and as at April 1, 2004", (2.2.1) The. cost of Firm Energy is the cost of encompassing the following changes: capacity and energy purchased from the New II. RULES AND REGULATIONS. (Confd) York Power Authority under firm contract; and 3.3 Reonnection Charge: the cost of transmission under various FERC and In case the Village shall remove the meter or state regulated transmission rates, and cost of otherwise disconnect the service for non-paythe New York Independent System Operator ment of bills for electric service furnished to a CNYISO-) services. customer, before such meter shall again be (2.2.2) The cost of Economy Energy purinstalled and/or service otherwise restored, the chased is either that energy purchased in comcustomer shall be required to pay the Village pliance with Contract No. 139 with the Long all bills due for service previously furnished and, Island Power Authority or that energy purif required, a satisfactory deposit to insure paychased from the New York Power Authority, ment of bills, and in 'addition hereto, a reconother suppliers, or the NYISO definition or that nection charge of $12.00 for restoration of serenergy purchased from any source at the total vice during normal business hours or $17.00 for. charge equal to or less than the Utility's avoidservice reconnection by Meter department ed fuel cost-. personnel outside of normal working hours or (2.2.3)The fuel cost of Other Energy $23.00 for service reconnection by distribution Purchased, and the total cost expressed in personnel outside of normal working hours. cents per kWh of power and energy purchased 3.4 Collection Charge: from any source, for its customers, estimated if In cases where notice of non-payment of not known, plus any necessary adjustment corbills for electric service furnished has been recting estimated fuel costs of purchased ener• served upon a customer and the continuation gy of previous months. A period of four months of such non-payment makes it necessary for shall be allowed for reconciling the estimated the Village to send an agent to remove the fuel costs after which the estimate shall be meter or otherwise disconnect service, and the adjusted to the Village's average fuel cost at customer, rather than permit the meter to be the time of purchase. removed or have the service disconnected, (2.2.4) NYISO Operator Services shall include tenders the amount of the unpaid bills to the all costs associated with the NYISO and/or any Village's agent, the customer shall be required subsequent organization with similar functions, to pay, in addition to the amount owing, the including, but not limited to, ancillary services, sum of $1 2.25 to cover the expense, incurred by capacity and energy, shall be recovered Meter department personnel during normal through the fuel cost adjustment. Any future working hours and $15X30 to cover the expense ' adjustments or rebilling-by the NYISO shall also incurred by Distribution personnel during nor• be included. mal working hours. The sum o'f $17.00 shall be (3) Generated Energy shall include the outadded for collection by Meter department perput of Village generating units at Power Plant sonnel outside of normal working hours and the #1 and Power Plant #2. less station usage as sum of $22.50 shall be added for collection by measured at the low side of the generator Distribution personnel outside of normal workstep-up transformers and less generated enering hours. , ...... * ......... ,,-,

gy for off-system sales. (4) Energy Requirements is the total Generated Energy and Purchased Power minus the Off-System Sales energy sold and, when applicable, minus transmitting losses. (5) Base Cost of Fuel and Purchased Power is defined as the Cost of Fuel and Purchased Power per kWh which is included in charges portion of the tariff rate. The Base Cost of Fuel is 3.000 cents per kWh. (6) FAC difference is the variation of the average Cost of Fuel and Purchased Power above or below the Base Cost of Fuel. The rates for electricity are adjusted for each 0.001 cents per kWh variation. (7) Factor of Adjustment is the ratio of the Energy Requirements to the customer sales for the same fiscal year. Such customer sales shall be exclusive of Off-System Sales energy. The Factor of Adjustment is 1.0420 as established in Case #29461. (8) Fuel adjustment Rate is the rate adjustment per kWh derived by multiplying the FAC Difference by Factor of Adjustment. D Off-System Sales Adjustment: (1) Off-System Sales Adjustment is the percentage adjustment (credit) to Base Rates as shown on Tariff Leaves 26, 27. 28, 29, 30 and 36. The Off-System Sales Adjustment is the means by which the Village shall return to its customers their share of the Off-System Sales Margin earned during the previous fiscal year ("Reconciliation Period").'The Off-System Sales Adjustment Percentage, to be effective May 1, of each year, shall be calculated once each year using the prior fiscal year's, data and shall ' . remain in effect until calculated for the next Reconciliation Period. The Off-System Sales Adjustment Percentage shall be the Customer's Share times the Off-System Sales Margin earned divided by the Forecasted Sales (billing demand, energy and bills) for the next Reconciliation Period. For simplicty, the Forecasted Sales for purposes of determining the Off-System Sales Adjustment shall be the most recent fiscal year's Sales, but in no case shall the Forecasted Sales be less than the prior year's Forecasted Sales. Any difference in the amounts to be refunded as a result of variance between Actual and Forecasted Sales during the Reconciliaton Period will be reconciled and be included In the succeeding . Reconciliafion Period's calculations. Any . amounts to be refunded to customers shall earn a return as specified in (6) below. (2) Off-System Sales Margin shall be the revenue derived from "Off-System sales less the value of Capacity Credits less the cost of fuel for Off-System sales, less the Major GT Maintenance Fund Unit Rate times the MWh of Off-System sales, and less the Major GT Operation and Maintenance Expense Unit Rate times the MWh of Off-System sales from the new gas turbine. (3) Capacity Credits shall be defined as revenues from off-system sales, which have been included in the determination, of the revenue requirement underlying the rates for Service Classification Nos. 1-3. (4) The Customer's Share shall be 100% of all the Off-System Sales Margin. (5) Off-System Sales shall be sales to third parties who are not retail customers of the utility. . (6) The rate of return that shall be earned by the Off-System Sales Margin, that is to be . returned to customers, shall be the actual rate earned by Freeport for amounts deposited or otherwise invested by Freeport. Freeport Electric Department only may make temporary use of a portion of the funds earned by the OffSystem Sales margin, but. shall reimburse the fund at an interest rate equal to the Other Customer Capital Rate as set and adjusted by the Public Service Commission from time-totime. E. Major GT Maintenance Fund Unit Rate: (1). Major GT Maintenance Fund Unit Rate shall be $5.443 per MWh. The amounts allocat- . ed in the Major GT Maintenance Fund may be used exclusively to pay for major and minor overhauls, major component replacement and extraordinary expenses to the Village's new gas turbine. The qualifying costs shall include, at a minimum: Hot Section, Major Overhaul, Compressor Section / (Sprint related costs), SCR Overhaul, Combustor Change and Generator Overhaul. Any amounts in the fund shall earn a return as specified by the Public Service Commission from time-to-tlme. F. Major GT-Operation and Maintenance Expense Unit Rate: • (l)The Major GT Operation and Maintenance Expense Unit Rate shall be $2.482 per MWh. The amounts collected from the Major GT Operation and Maintenance Expense Unit Rate from retail sales and Off-System sales shall be used to pay the incremental variable costs of running the Village's new gas turbine. The costs were excluded from the base rates to better match the costs with their recovery from customers. SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 1 Residential Service APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: All residential purposes including lighting, appliances and motors in entire territory by single family residential customers who dwell in single-family dwellings, individual flats, apartments or multi-family buildings; and also for all

uses in connection with religious purposes by c corporation or association organized and con ducted to enable its members to meet fo divine worship of other religious observances which is or could be incorporated under the "Religious Corporation Law". Applicable also to use exclusively in connection with a community residence for the mentally ill which is a "supportive living facility": pro vided that such facility is operated by a not-for profit corporation and staff is not present on premises on a twenty-four hour per day basis. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, 60 cycle, alternating current; at approximately 120/208 or 120/240 volts, singl' phase or three phase; depending upon the characteristics of the load and the circuit from whicn service is to be supplied. RATE - Per Meter. Per Month: Customer Charge $6.48 Energy Winter Summer First 250 kWh 8.266 cents/kWh 8.266 cents/kWh Next 750 kWh 8.266 cents/kWh 9.353 cents/kWh Over 1.000 kWh 8.266 cents/kWh 9.921 cents/kWh WINTER Period Includes billing period between November 1st and May 31st. SUMMER Period includes billing period between June 1 st and October 31 st FUEL ADJUSTMENT: The charges set forth herein shall be subject to a fuel adjustment per kWh for all energy supplied hereunder as explained in Rule 11.7. 'MINIMUM CHARGE: $6,48 Per meter. Per month. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Bill will be rendered at the net amount without discount, and will be due when presented. TERMS: Terminable by the customer on three (3) days' written notice to the Village after one month's service and by the Village in a manner provided by law and the rules and regulations of the village. SPECIAL PROVISIONS: a. Any customer who desires service for multiple dwelling (two or more of families in one house or where more than two rooms are rented) or for premises partially used for business, or professional and partially used for residential purposes may secure service only under service Classification No. 2. b. Where water heating is done solely by an electric water heater meeting Village specifications and upon submittal of a signed application from the customer, the rate for consumption between 500 kWh and 1,000 kWh per meter per month will be 7.033. cents per kWh during the Winter period, and 7.770 cents per kWh during the Summer period. c. Where space heating of the entire building is done solely by electricity (fireplace excluded), and upon submittal of a signed application from the customer, the rate for consumption in excess of T.OOO kWh per meter per month during the billing periods between November 1 and May 31 inclusive will be 7.033 cents per kWh. This provision is limited to installations where the size and design of heating equipment and the insulation of the building meet Village specifications. d. In all electric residential installations where Special Provisions b. and c. above apply, the rate for consumption between 500 kWh and l.OOO-.kWh per meter per month will be 7.033 cents per kWh for every month of the year and the rate for consumption in excess of 1;000 kWh per meter per month during the billing period, between November 1 dnd May 31 inclusive will be 7.033 cents per kWh e. A reduced rate for low income residential customers for which the Village receives direct payment from the New York State Department of Social Services are eligible for a $2.00 credit from the otherwise applicable customer charge. This credit-will be reflected in a separate line item on the customer's bill. SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. 2 General Service APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: . Commercial, business, schools, and industrial power and light installations, multiple dwelling: (two or more families in one house or whe : more than two rooms are rented), and any service for premises partially used for business or professional and partially used for residentia purposes. When dn applicant's consumptior exceeds 1.500 kWh in each of two consecutive months, or when applicants demand exceed. 5 kW, said applicant will be subject to the demand rate in addition to the energy rate. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Continuous, 60 cycle alternating current, a the following approximate voltages: radial sec ondary service 120/208 or 120/240 single o three phase; network system 120/208 single.o three phase; radial-primary service 2400/41' 7620/13200 three phase; depending upon th? magnitude and characteristics of the load and the circuit from which service Is to be supplied. CUSTOMER CHARGE Non-Demand Demand Rate Customers Customers All months $8.41 per month $32.36 per monlt DEMAND RATE - per Meter. Per Month Winter Summer (continued on next pag

PUBLIC NOTICES from previous page Demand-metered customers: First 5.0 kW of Demand $7.44 per/kW $7.44. per/kW Over 5.0 kW of Demand $7.44 per/kW $7;83 per/kW ENERGY RATE - Per Meter. Per Month Winter Summer Non-Demand Customers, all kWh 8.994 cents per kWh 9.523 cents per kWh Demand Customers, all kWh 5.284 cents per kWh 5.596 cents per kWh PRIMARY DISCOUNT: •A discount of five percent (5%). Exclusive of the fuel adjustment charge, will be allowed Primary Service customers. FUEL ADJUSTMENT: The charges set forth herein shall be subject to a fuel adjustment charge per kWh for all energy supplied hereunder. as explained in Rule 11.7. MINIMUM CHARGE Non-Demand Demand Rate Customers Customers Per Meter, Per Month $8.41 $32.36 . DETERMINATION OF DEMAND: a. The demand will be determined by a demand meter when an individual customer requires a transformer capacity of 10 KVA or over, when the total connected load is equivalent to 15 kW or more, when the customer's consumption has exceeded 1,500 kWh in each of two consecutive months, or when it is estimated that a customer's demand has exceeded or may exceed 5.0 kW in any future billing period, • b. When demand is so determined by measurement, the billing demand shall be the highest 15-minute integrated demand established in the billing period, adjusted for power factor correction, if applicable, but shall not be less than seventy-five percent (75%) of the highest billing demand established during any billing • month between June 1 and October 31 in the preceding twelve (12) months. The demand as determined shall be taken to the next higher 112 kW. Service Classification No. 3 Outdoor Area Lighting APPLICABLE TO USE OF SERVICE FOR: Outdoor lighting of areas other than public streets, highways and roadways, for individuals, private organizations, and institutional establishments where suitable, electric service lines are available. CHARACTER OF SERVICE: Unmetered service for limited period, dusk to dawn, of approximately 4,210 hours per year. Utility will own, operate and maintain all facili-' "~-ties installed by it. Lamps and fixtures will be located as designated by Customer but will be located so as to be available to Utility's service vehicles. RATE: The charge for service for each calendar month shall be the sum of the following: A. Charges'per Lamp per Month.. Metal Halide Rate Size $.18.9620,000 Lumens, 250 Watts ' 36,000 Lumens, 400 Watts $23.65 High pressure Sodium Rate Size $19.03 25,000 Lumens. 250 Watts $23.88 40,000 Lumens, 400 Watts B. Facilities charge.

November 414 1. When suitable poles are available in December • . 447 Utility's existing distribution system, no charge February Leap Year 379 will be made for the pole. MINMUM CHARGE: • 2. When additional pole or poles with necessary attachments is required for installation of The minimum monthly charge shall be the the lamps requested by the Customer, the total charge computed under rate. TERMS OF PAYMENT: • Utility will Install, operate and maintain such Bill will be rendered at the net amount withpole and attachments and the Customer shall out discount, and will be due when presented. pay $8.33 per month in addition to charges per lamp per month. Customer shall pay a oneTERMS: time, non-refundable installation fee of $200.00 The applicant agrees to pay the applicable rates and charges for the electric outdoor area per pole. FUEL ADJUSTMENT: lighting service herein requested and will be The charges set forth in this Service bound by and comply with the governing laws Classification 'shall be subject to a fuel adjustand rules and regulations of the company ment as explained on Leaf Nos. 24, 24'A. 24B. applicable thereto. The applicant agrees that 24C and 24D. The amount of kilowatt hours this service shall continue for a minimum of two used shall be calculated by the number of (2) years from the date of commencement of service. The Customer shall pay the minimum Lights multiplied by the Watts divided by One Thousand (1000) as stated in RATE multiplied by charge for the remainder of the term of service if termination is requested prior to the complethe Monthly Burning Hours as listed below for the month prior to billing date, tion of the minimum requirement of two (2) Month Burning Hours years. . . • Fl 414 4T 4/15 ??. 29 S/A January • 437 February 367 PUBLIC NOTICE March ' 366 ' PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the following April ' 314 Board, Commissions and Committees of the May • 288 Incorporated Village of Freeport meet each June • 262 month in the locations noted as follows: July 278 Board of Ethics Meets as required August 309 Conservation of the Environment September 337 2nd Thursday, 8:00 pm. Recreation Center October • 391 Highway 1 st Thursday, 7:00 pm, 355 Albany FREEPORT ELECTRIC APPLICATION AND CONTRACT FOR OUTDOOR AREA LIGHTING SERVICE CLASSIFICATION NO. J ACCOUNT I NUMBER (S)
























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