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Lighting And Electric Service For South 1st Street Parking Lot 1. Conduit System For New Light Poles 2. Install Prefab Concrete Pole Bases 3. Terminate New wiring To Existing Power Source 4. Install And Connect Village Provided Poles And Lighting Fixtures Specifications may be obtained at Lindenhurst Village Hall, 430 South Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, New York.

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Sealed Proposals will be received by October 16th, 2013 at Lindenhurst Village Hall, 430 South Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, New York. All Proposals are subject to review by the Village Board of Trustees. All decisions by the Board of Trustees shall be in accordance with the best interests of the Village of Lindenhurst and shall be final. Shawn Cullinane, MMC Clerk-Treasurer, Village of Lindenhurst

LV-918, 10/2/2013

Request For Proposal Electrical Service Reconstruction At Village Of Lindenhurst DPW Facility Yard 121 Albany Avenue Lindenhurst, NY • New 100 Amp Safety Switch • Conduit System Installation For Safety Switch • New 125 Amp Panel • Conduit System From 125 Amp Panel To Parking Lot • 15 New GFCI Outlets With 20 Amp

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Automatic Delivery Plans • COD Discount Pricing • Service Agreements

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Robert Garelick, D.D.S. WHY A FIXED BRIDGE?

QUESTION: What is your opinion of the fixed bridge? ANSWER: Whenever there is a legitimate choice for replacing a missing tooth, opt for a fixed bridge. The result will be stronger and more permanent. Think of your teeth as fence posts. If you were to put lateral force upon those fence posts about 3,000 times a day, what do you think would happen? You’d make the holes in the ground larger and larger and the posts looser and looser. You swallow about 2,000 times a day. Swallowing brings your teeth together. Chewing foods adds another thousand. This goes on every twenty-four-hour day. Gum chewing compounds the felony. With a fixed bridge, much can be done to minimize the effect of these forces on the teeth. The top of the restored chewing surface can be narrowed from cheek to tongue. Also, it can be rounded to minimize the forces received. These forces go more into the long (or strong) axis of the teeth than laterally.

From the office of

ROBERT GARELICK D.D.S.

Sealed Proposals will be received by October 16th, 2013 at Lindenhurst Village Hall, 430 South Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, New York. All proposals are subject to review by the Village Board of Trustees. All decisions by

Joseph Barone, Chairman LV-920, 10/2/2013

LV-919, 10/2/2013

That the Zoning Board of Appeals, Incorporated Village of Lindenhurst, 430 South Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, NY 11757 has

Celebrated Diamond The most celebrated diamond is the Koh-i-noor, which was presented to Queen Victoria in 1850 by the East India Company.

210 S. Wellwood Avenue Lindenhurst, NY 11757 Email: olphcyophil@optonline.net Tel: 631-805-5417 Web site: www.leaguelineup.com/olphcyo

O L P H

Cheerleading

Is open to girls in grades 4-8. The girls practice during the week 1x or 2x per week at the OLPH School Gym. A showcase takes place in early March. Fee: $75 Registration Deadline: Oct 6, 2013 (late fee $25-accepted if space allows)

Intramural Basketball

Is open to boys and girls in grades 1-12. Our Intramurals are geared for all players. Learning and teamwork are emphasized and all players play equally. The season runs from November through March. Fee: Grades 1-3 $45, Grades 4-5 $90, Grades 6-8 $115, Grades 9-12 $125. (Fee includes a 2-sided blue/white numbered jersey). Registration Deadline: Oct 6, 2013 (late fee $25- accepted until rosters are set)

Track

Is open to boys and girls grades 1-8. The meets are on weekends at various tracks on Long Island Registration Deadline: Aug 30, 2013 (No Late registrations accepted)

Volleyball

Is open to boys and girls grades 4-12. Fee: $30.00 (which includes uniform shirt). Registration Deadline: Sept. 1, 2013 (late fee $10)

How to Register

VIA MAIL: Available June 1, 2013 Visit our website, fill out our registration form, print it and mail along with your registration fee in the form of a check or money order (paid to OLPH) to the mailing address (OLPH CYO 210 S. Wellwood Ave Lindenhurst, NY 11757) by the deadlines.

FINAL IN PERSON:

Saturday Oct. 5 @ OLPH School Cafeteria

We Accept Most Insurance Plans

2PM-4PM

631-226-1155

Lindenhurst Professional Center 152 N. Wellwood Ave., Lindenhurst 2 Blocks North of R.R. Overpass

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LINDENHURST - South Bay’s Neighbor NEWSPAPERS - Wednesday October 2, 2013 • www.southbaysneighbor.com

Views On Dental Health

Specifications may be obtained at Lindenhurst Village Hall, 430 South Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, New York.

Shawn Cullinane, MMC Clerk-Treasurer, Village of Lindenhurst

Note: Mail-in registration opened 06/01/2013. If there is a shortage of coaches or gym space, first registered get preference. You are advised to register early.

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LEGALS moved their Business Meeting to: Wednesday, October 9th, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.

FINAL Registration 2013-2014

SYSTEM TUNE-UP

TAX .00 PLUS (1) UNIT; Includes: (1) Nozzle, Felt Filter, Strainer & Vac COUPON mustbebepresented presented at time COUPON must at time of ofService; service.Valid Validthrough through 10/31/13. 10/31/2012

LEGALS the Board of Trustees shall be in accordance with the best interests of the Village of Lindenhurst and shall be final.

Catholic Youth Organization

KEEPING LONG ISLAND WARM FOR OVER 30 YEARS

Heating & Cooling Equipment Sales and Installations

LEGALS • Conduit System From 125 Amp Panel To Garage • 20 Amp/120 Volt Branch Feeder, Wall Switch, Keyless Lighting Fixture GFCI Outlet

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