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Vol. 15, No. 5

May 16, 2019


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Mary Lombardi, of Centereach, received the Living the Mission Award from Catholic Health Services. Photo from Catholic Health Services

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Good Shepherd Hospice, a part of Catholic Health Services, presented its Living the Mission Award to home health aide Mary Lombardi for exemplifying the mission and values of CHS — I-Care (integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence). Nominated for her outstanding qualities, Lombardi was recently honored at GSH’s Farmingdale office. “Mary is very comfortable with end-oflife care, and this comfort level translates into the compassionate care she provides,” a colleague said. “She makes the patient and the family more comfortable with the process they are going through by connecting in a very personal way.” The Centereach resident has been part of Catholic Health Services since 2010. Before joining GSH, Lombardi worked at Family Home Health Care. She started this career path as an active mother of four, providing care for her mother-in-law, who lived with the family. Looking to volunteer, she responded to a request in her church bulletin to help a female quadriplegic who needed help on weekends. In 1992, Lombardi became a certified Home Health Aide through Selfhelp Community Services in Hempstead. She worked at CHS as a contract aide before joining GSH to fulfill her calling for hospice work. “My career at GSH has been a journey to

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Brookhaven limits gas-powered Police equipment at small parks

BY KYLE BARR KYLE@TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM The Town of Brookhaven is looking to make cleaning up its parks a little quieter and a little more environmentally friendly. At its May 2 meeting, the town board voted unanimously to establish “green parks” at various locations within the Town of Brookhaven. This mandates the town to only use electric-powered, handheld landscaping equipment when cleaning up the parks. Councilwoman Valerie Cartright (D-Port Jefferson Station) was one of the main drivers for the bill, which would establish the ordinance in only small parks, including the Steven J. Crowley Memorial Park and Block Boulevard Park in Port Jefferson Station, and Sycamore Circle Park and Parson Drive Park in Stony Brook. The Democratic councilwoman said it is a case of both noise and pollution. “Thirty minutes running a gas-powered leaf blower pollutes the same as a Ford Raptor truck running 3,900 miles. One leaf blower creates two to four pounds of particulate matter per hour,” Cartright said. The changes have been limited to small-sized parks in the town, according to Town Supervisor

Ed Romaine (R), because the batteries wear out if used constantly for the larger town-owned parks, though he said the town was looking to go beyond this pilot program in the direction of all electric handheld landscape equipment for more than town employees. Cartright said she has been looking into more general legislation that would affect gaspowered leaf blowers within the entire town. She pointed to the town of North Hempstead, which passed a law in January this year banning the use of gas-powered leaf blowers from June 15 to Sept. 15. The councilwoman said she wants to bring landscaping associations and other advocacy groups to the table. “I don’t want to do something that impacts the landscapers that’s negative,” Cartright said. “I do want to bring them to the table to talk about how we can be a little more environmentally friendly.” The new ordinance requires a budget transfer of $10,000 for the new equipment, which mostly comes in the form of electric leaf blowers. Other parks included are the Gary Adler Park in Centereach and the Pamela and Iroquois parks in Selden. All councilors on the board cosponsored the bill with parks from their individual areas.


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District Attorney Tim Sini (D) pointing to a photo of one of the defendants, Guillermo Linares Alvarez, showing an 18th Street gang sign. Photo from DA’s office

Centereach gang member among three indicted in murder plot

Suffolk County District Attorney Tim Sini (D) and Homeland Security Investigations of New York announced May 14 the indictment of three 18th Street gang members for allegedly conspiring to murder two individuals they believed were MS-13 gang members. “This is one of many cases where my office and Homeland Security worked together to not only bring bad actors to justice, but to actually prevent violence,” Sini said. “We are no longer responding or waiting for tragedy to strike; we are taking a proactive approach, and due to excellent law enforcement work, we are preventing murders.” Wilber Campos Chicas, know as “Troya,” 25, of Port Jefferson Station; Guillermo Linares Alvarez, known as “Extrano,” 19, of Huntington Station; and Isidro Aguirre Canelas, known as “Chino,” 26, of Centereach, are each charged with one count of conspiracy in the second degree, a felony. Chicas and Canelas have been identified by law enforcement as members of the Tiny Locos clique of the 18th Street gang, which is based in Port Jefferson Station; and Linares Alvarez has been identified as a member of the Shatto Park Locos clique, located in Huntington Station. An investigation by the district attorney’s office and Homeland Security that began in March revealed intelligence that Chicas, Alvarez and Canelas allegedly conspired to murder two victims who they believed were members of MS-13, which is 18th Street’s rival gang. Between March 15 and April 24, the defendants allegedly took several steps in furtherance of the murder conspiracy, including sharing photos and descriptions of the two targets and their whereabouts. The defendants were allegedly going to use two machetes, which were owned by Alvarez, to murder the two victims. They

also allegedly discussed obtaining a car to use while carrying out their attacks. The three defendants, all of whom entered the United States illegally, were apprehended by Homeland Security agents in April. “Working quickly, agents were able to take all three defendants into custody before they were able to execute their plan,” Sini said. “But for the dedication and professionalism of Homeland Security, these murders likely would have occurred.” “Homeland Security and Suffolk County will not stand for violence at the hand of any gang member,” said Gerald Handley, assistant special agent in charge of Homeland Security New York. “Whether the intended victim is innocent or a known member of a gang, we pay the same attention to the details and remain as proactive as possible to stay in front of the violence. We will stand united with our law enforcement partners and continue to arrest and seek prosecution of gang members.” The three defendants were arraigned on the indictment on March 13 by Suffolk County Acting County Court Judge Karen M. Wilutis and were remanded without bail. If convicted of the top count, the defendants each face a maximum sentence of eight to 25 years in prison. Chicas, Alvarez and Canelas are due back in court respectively on May 29, 30 and 31. “Today is the latest example of Suffolk County law enforcement using the conspiracy statutes under New York State law to prevent violence,” Sini said. “We are collecting intelligence, analyzing that intelligence and disseminating it in a way that is allowing us to prevent violence and hold dangerous gang members accountable. None of this would be possible without the partnership between my office and Homeland Security as well as other law enforcement agencies.”



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LEGALS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION AND BUDGET HEARING MIDDLE COUNTRY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT AT CENTEREACH, TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN, SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE MIDDLE COUNTRY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT at CENTEREACH of the Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York (the “School District”), that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 6:00 p.m., Prevailing Time, at the District Conference Center, located at Centereach High School, 14 43rd Street, Centereach, New York for Election Districts No. 1 and No. 2, for the transaction of business as authorized by the Education Law, including the following: 1. To present to the voters a detailed statement (proposed budget) of the amount of money which will be required for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. 2. To discuss all the items hereinafter set forth to be voted upon by voting machines at the Budget Vote and Election to be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. 3. To transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting pursuant to Education Law of the State of New York and acts amendatory thereto. FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the vote on the budget and election of the members of the Board of Education will be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Prevailing Time, for the purpose of voting by machine upon those matters at Election District No. 1, located at Centereach High School, Centereach, New York and at Election District No. 2, located at Newfield High School, Selden, New York. AND NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN, that a copy of a detailed statement in writing of the amount of money which will be required for the 2019-2020 school year for school purposes

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Email: (the proposed budget) will be made available, upon request, to any resident of the District between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM beginning Wednesday, May 1, 2019, except Saturday, Sunday or holidays, at the District Administration Office located at 8 43rd Street, Centereach, NY 11720. A copy of the proposed budget shall be made available beginning Tuesday, May 7, 2019, on the District’s website at http://www.mccsd. net/, and except Saturday, Sunday or holidays, at each of the following school houses in the District during the following designated hours and at the Middle Country Public Library: CENTEREACH HIGH SCHOOL, Centereach 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. DAWNWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, Centereach 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. EUGENE AUER MEMORIAL SCHOOL, Lake Grove 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. HAWKINS PATH SCHOOL, Selden 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. HOLBROOK ROAD SCHOOL, Centereach 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. JERICHO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Centereach 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. NEWFIELD HIGH SCHOOL, Selden 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. NEW LANE MEMORIAL SCHOOL, Selden 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. NORTH COLEMAN ROAD SCHOOL, Centereach 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. OXHEAD ROAD SCHOOL, Centereach 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. SELDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL, Centereach 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. STAGECOACH ROAD SCHOOL, Selden 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. UNITY DRIVE SCHOOL, Centereach 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. BICYCLE PATH SCHOOL, Selden 8:30 a.m to 3:30 p.m. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Pursuant to Chapter 258 of the Laws of 2008, Section 495 was added to the Real Property Tax Law and requires the School District to attach to its proposed budget an exemption report. Said exemption report, which will also become part of the final budget, will show how much of the total assessed value

on the final assessment roll used in the budgetary process is exempt from taxation, list every type of exemption granted, identified by statutory authority, and show: (a) the cumulative impact of each type of exemption expressed either as a dollar amount of assessed value or as a percentage of the total assessed value on the roll; (b) the cumulative amount expected to be received from recipients of each type of exemption as payments in lieu of taxes or other payments for municipal services; and (c) the cumulative impact of all exemptions granted. The exemption report shall be posted on any bulletin board maintained by the District for public notices and on any website maintained by the District. NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that the following propositions shall be voted upon at the annual budget vote and election: PROPOSITION NO. 1 Shall the following proposition be adopted, to wit: RESOLVED, that the 20192020 school budget, as submitted by the BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE MIDDLE COUNTRY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT AT CENTEREACH, be approved and the requisite portion thereof be raised by taxation on the taxable property of the School District.


School budget vote scheduled for May 21 BY RITA J. EGAN RITA@TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM The Middle Country Central School District’s proposed $257,435,446 2019-20 budget will stay under the tax levy cap. The new budget is a morethan $7 million increase from last year’s budget. The tax levy increase is 2.47 percent, and according to the board, there will be no reduction of programs or services and includes a multiyear contract for transportation. Part of the proposed budget includes $189,419,536 for salaries and benefits, $19,514,657 for BOCES, $18,377,310 for debt service and $24,446,737 for contractual items, tuition and transfers. This May 21, in addition to the budget, residents will be asked to vote for three incumbent candidates who are running for three open seats. Robert Feeney, a retired high school principal


who has lived in the district for 46 years, has served on the board since 2013 and previously from 1989-92 and from 1993-96. Kristopher Oliva, a district clerk in a neighboring school district and a Middle Country resident for more than 25 years, was elected to the board in 2007 and was re-elected in 2010, 2013 and 2016. He has served as the board of education vice president since 2012. Dawn Sharrock is a 16-year resident of Middle Country. She was elected to the board in 2016 and elected as 2nd vice president in July 2018. Registered residents whose zip codes are 11720, 11755, 11779 and 11790 vote at Centereach High School, located at 14 43rd Street, Centereach. Registered residents whose zip codes are 11727, 11738, 11776 and 11784 vote at Newfield High School, located at 145 Marshall Drive, Selden. Polls are open Tuesday, May 21, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The following shall also appear on the ballot: To elect one (1) member of the Board of Education for a three (3) year term commencing July 1, 2019, and expiring on June 30, 2022 to succeed Robert Feeney whose term expires on June 30, 2019. To elect one (1) member of the Board of Education for a three (3) year term commencing July 1, 2019, and expiring on June 30, 2022 to succeed Kristopher Oliva whose term expires on June 30, 2019. To elect one (1) member of the Board of Education for a three (3) year term commencing July 1, 2019, and expiring on June 30, 2022 to succeed Dawn Sharrock whose term expires on June 30, 2019. LEGALS con’t on pg. 7

Pictured with players and coaches from the town’s senior softball program are Councilman Michael Loguercio, left, Councilman Kevin LaValle, third from right, and Councilwoman Valerie Cartright, second from right. Photo from Town of Brookhaven

Town officials celebrate senior softball’s opening day in Centereach

On May 9, the Town of Brookhaven launched the 2019 “Super” Senior Softball program at the Middle Country Fields in Centereach. The senior softball program, which was launched in 1982, includes two leagues — “60 and Over” and the “65 and Over” Super Senior program. The teams are considered by many to be the best senior softball programs in the entire state of New York. Games are played during

the spring and summer season on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. at several Town of Brookhaven ballfields. During the May 9 opening day ceremonies, Town of Brookhaven officials, including town Councilwomen Valerie Cartright (D-Port Jefferson Station) and Jane Bonner (R-Rocky Point) and Councilmen Kevin LaValle (R-Selden) and Michael Loguercio (R-Ridge), welcomed the athletes and wished them luck in the new season.


LEGALS LEGALS con’t from pg. 6 NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN, that the text of additional resolutions, if any, to be presented to the voters is available along with the budget statement at the times and places hereinabove mentioned and also at the School District Clerk’s Office. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that a petition for the submission of propositions by anyone other than the BOARD OF EDUCATION for which there are no specific statutory requirements may be made upon a petition of the qualified voters of the School District, said petition to contain signatures of 97 qualified voters (representing five (5%) percent of the registered voters of the District who voted in the previous annual election of board members). AND FURTHER NOTICE BEING GIVEN, that pursuant to a rule adopted by the Board of Education in accordance with §2035 of the Education Law, any referenda or propositions to change the number of Board of Education members, or a bond issue for capital improvements, or any other petition required by law to be stated in the Notice of Annual Meeting and Election must be filed with the District Clerk not later than 5:00 p.m., prevailing time, on Friday, March 22, 2019. Any other petition, except those petitions required by law to be stated in the Notice of Annual Meeting and Election, must be filed with the District Clerk no later than 5:00 p.m., prevailing time on Monday, April 22, 2019. However, the School Board will not entertain any petition to place before the voters any proposition the purpose of which is not within the powers of the voters to determine, which is unlawful or any proposition which fails to include a specific appropriation where the expenditure of monies is required by the proposition, or where other valid reason exists for excluding the proposition from the ballot. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that petitions nominating candidates for the office of member of the Board of Education must be filed with the School District Clerk no later than Monday, April 22, 2019 between the hours of

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Email: 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Prevailing Time. The following vacancies are to be filled on the BOARD OF EDUCATION: TERM Three (3) years LAST INCUMBENT Robert Feeney TERM Three (3) years LAST INCUMBENT Kristopher Oliva TERM Three (3) years LAST INCUMBENT Dawn Sharrock Each vacancy on the Board of Education is a separate and specific office and a separate petition is required to nominate a candidate to each specific office. Each petition must be directed to the School District Clerk and must be signed by at least 39 qualified voters of the District (representing two (2%) percent of the voters who voted in the previous election for the members of the Board of Education), setting forth the name and residence of each signer, the name and residence of the candidate, the date of signing, and must describe the specific vacancy for which the candidate is nominated, including at least the term of office and the name of the last incumbent. No person shall be nominated by petition for more than one (1) office. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that candidates for the Board of Education will draw by lot on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 5:00 p.m., Prevailing Time, at the office of the District Clerk, to determine their position on the ballot. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that candidates for election to the Board of Education shall file sworn statements as to campaign expenditures with the School District Clerk and the Commissioner of Education if required in accordance with Section 1528 of the Education Law. The time for filing such statements shall be in accordance with Section 1529 of the Education Law which requires that: (a) A first statement shall be filed on or before the thirtieth day next preceding the election to which it relates (April 22, 2019).

(b) A second statement shall be filed on or before the fifth day preceding the election to which it relates (May 16, 2019). (c) A third statement shall be filed within twenty days next succeeding the election to which it relates (June 11, 2019). VOTING will be by ballot on voting machines in the school houses designated in each of the separate school election districts heretofore established and the polls will remain open for voting from 6:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m., and as much longer as may be necessary for all voters present as of 9:00 p.m. to cast their votes. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the place in each Election District where said School District Election will be held, including a description of each Election District, is as follows: ELECTION DISTRICT NO. 1 Place of Election: CENTEREACH HIGH SCHOOL 14 43 Street, Centereach, New York 11720 Description of Election District: All those portions of the Middle Country Central School District having U.S. Postal Service zip codes 11720, 11755, 11779 and 11790 zip codes. ELECTION DISTRICT NO. 2 Place of Election NEWFIELD HIGH SCHOOL 145 Marshall Drive, Selden New York 11784 Description of Election District: All those portions of the Middle Country Central School District having U.S. Postal Service zip codes 11727, 11738, 11776, 11784 zip codes. NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN, that pursuant to either Section 2014 of the Education Law or Article 5 of the Election Law, personal registration of voters is required. All persons who have heretofore registered pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law and, who shall have voted at any annual or special meeting or any election held or conducted during the last four (4) calendar years are eligible to vote at this election and are not required to register for the annual election to be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. Those persons who are not

registered for any annual or special district meeting or election, as above set forth, but who are currently registered pursuant to Section 352 of the Election Law and whose names appear on the central registration books of the Suffolk County Board of Elections, Yaphank, New York, are not required to reister for said annual election to be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. Those persons disqualified from voting under the provisions of Section 5106 of the Election Law shall be ineligible to vote in School District elections. Registration is conducted daily at the Office of the School District Clerk between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Prevailing Time, Monday through Friday; and at each Regular Meeting of the Board of Education, between the hours of 6:45 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., Prevailing Time, except that no registration will be permitted for purposes of voting at the May 21, 2019 annual school district election vote after Thursday, May 16, 2019. The register will be filed in the Office of the School District Clerk. Beginning Thursday, May 16, 2019, such register will be open for inspection by any qualified voter of said School District on each of the five (5) days prior to and on the day set for the School District meeting, except Sunday or holidays, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., prevailing time, on weekdays (as well as by appointment), and available on Saturday by appointment only. NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN, that pursuant to §2014 of the Education Law, the Board of Registration will meet on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., Prevailing Time, at each of the two (2) election districts to prepare the Register of the School District to be used at the Budget Vote and Election to be held in 2020 and any special district meetings that may be held after the preparation of the Register. During this meeting, any person shall be entitled to have his or her name placed on the Register provided he/ she is known or proven to the satisfaction of the Board of Registration to be entitled to vote at the school district election or special district

meeting for which the Register is prepared and which is held after Tuesday, May 21, 2019. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that the School District Clerk shall also be present during the Annual Election and shall circulate throughout the school houses in the designated election districts for the purpose of preparing a register for School District elections held subsequent thereto. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that absentee voting will be permitted in accordance with Section 2018a of the Education Law. All applications for absentee ballots may be applied for at the Office of the School District Clerk beginning Monday, April 22, 2019. Beginning Thursday, May 16, 2019, a list of all persons to whom absentee ballots shall have been issued will be available during regular Office hours in the Office of the School District Clerk (between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., prevailing time) on each of the five days prior to the day of the election except Sunday or holidays, and available on Saturday by appointment only. An application for an absentee ballot, on a form to be provided by the School District Clerk, shall be made to the School District Clerk, at least seven (7) days before the election, if the School District Clerk is to return the absentee ballot to the applicant by mail. If the applicant is to personally pick up the absentee ballot, the application must be received by the School District Clerk at least one (1) day before the election. No absentee voter’s ballot shall be canvassed, unless it shall have been received in the Office of the School District Clerk not later than 5:00 p.m., Prevailing Time, on the day of the election. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that this Board shall convene a special meeting thereof within twentyfour hours after the filing with the School District Clerk of a written report of the results of the ballot for the purpose of examining and tabulating said reports of the results of the ballot and declaring the result of the ballot.

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January 25, 2019

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE MIDDLE COUNTRY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT AT CENTEREACH, SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK Stephanie Larkin District Clerk 348 4/4 4x tmc NOTICIA LEGAL NOTICIA ANUAL DE LA ELECCIÓN DEL DISTRITO ESCOLAR Y LA AUDICIÓN DEL PRESUPUESTO DEL DISTRITO ESCOLAR CENTRAL DE MIDDLE COUNTRY EN CENTEREACH, MUNICIPIO DE BROOKHAVEN, CONDADO DE SUFFOLK, NUEVA YORK AQUÍ SE DA AVISO, por la JUNTA DE EDUCACIÓN DEL DISTRITO ESCOLAR CENTRAL DE MIDDLE COUNTRY en CENTEREACH, Municipio de Brookhaven, Condado de Suffolk, Nueva York (el “Distrito Escolar”), que la audiencia pública se llevara a cabo el día miércoles, 8 de mayo del 2019, a las 6:00 p.m.., tiempo vigente, en el Centro de Conferencia del Distrito, localizado en el Colegio Secundario de Centereach, 14 Calle 43, Centereach, Nueva York para las Elecciones de los Distritos Número 1 y Número 2, para la transacción de los negocios que son autorizados por la Ley de Educación, incluyendo lo siguiente: 1. Para presentar a los votantes una declaración detallada (presupuesto propuesto) de la cantidad de dinero que será requerido para el año fiscal del 2019 – 2020. 2. Para discutir todos los elementos de ahora en adelante para ser votado en maquinas de votación en el Voto del Presupuesto y la Elección que se llevara a cabo el día martes 21 de mayo del 2019. 3. Para tramitar otros puntos de negocio que se preLEGALS con’t on pg. 8


LEGALS LEGALS con’t from pg. 7 senten en la reunión, conforme con la Ley de Elección del Estado de Nueva York y los actos de reforma del mismo. AVISO ADICIONAL ES DADO AQUÍ, que el voto del presupuesto y la elección de los miembros de la Junta de Educación se llevaran a cabo el día martes, 21 de mayo del 2019, entre las horas de las 6:00 a.m. y 9:00 p.m., tiempo vigente, con el propósito de votar con la maquina los asuntos de la Elección del Distrito Número 1, localizado en el Colegio Secundario de Centereach, Centereach, Nueva York y en la Elección del Distrito Número 2, localizada en el Colegio Secundario de Newfield, Selden, Nueva York. Y NOTICIA ES TAMBIÉN DADA AQUÍ, que una copia de la declaración detallada por escrito de la cantidad de dinero que será requerida para el año escolar 2019 – 2020 para propósitos escolares (el presupuesto propuesto) será disponible, bajo petición, para cualquier residente del Distrito entre las horas de las 9:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m., comenzando el día miércoles, 1 de mayo del 2019, con excepción de sábado, domingo y días feriados en la Oficina de Administración del Distrito, localizada en la 8 Calle 43, Centereach, NY 11720. Una copia del presupuesto propuesto debe ser disponible comenzando el día martes, 7 de mayo del 2019, en la página web del Distrito en, y con excepción del sábado, domingo o días feriados, en cada una de las casas del colegio del Distrito durante las horas designadas en la Biblioteca Pública de Middle Country. COLEGIO SECUNDARIO DE CENTEREACH, Centereach 7:00 a.m. a 3:00 p.m. COLEGIO INTERMEDIO DE DAWNWOOD, Centereach 8:00 a.m. a 3:00 p.m. COLEGIO EN MEMORIA DE EUGENE AUER, Lake Grove 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. COLEGIO HAWKINS PATH, Selden 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. COLEGIO HOLBROOK ROAD, Centereach 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. COLEGIO PRIMARIO JERICHO, Centereach

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Email: 8:30 a.m. a 3:30 p.m. COLEGIO SECUNDARIO NEWFIELD, Selden 7:00 a.m. a 3:00 p.m. COLEGIO NEW LANE MEMORIAL, Selden 8:30 a.m. a 3:30 p.m. COLEGIO NORTH COLEMAN ROAD, Centereach 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. COLEGIO OXHEAD ROAD, Centereach 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. COLEGIO INTERMEDIO DE SELDEN, Centereach 8:00 a.m. a 3:00 p.m. COLEGIO STAGECOACH ROAD, Centereach 8:30 a.m. a 3:30 p.m. COLEGIO UNITY DRIVE, Centereach 8:30 am a 3:30 p.m. COLEGIO BICYCLE PATH, Selden 8:30 a.m. a 3:30 p.m. Y AVISO ADICIONAL ES AQUÍ DADO, conforme con el Capitulo 258 de la Leyes de 2008, Sección 495 fue añadida a la Ley de Impuesto de Propiedad Raíz y requiere que el Distrito Escolar adjunte, en el presupuesto propuesto, un reporte de exención. Dicho reporte de exención, el cual será parte del presupuesto final, mostrará cuánto del valor total evaluado en la evaluación final es usado en el proceso del presupuesto y está exento de impuestos, enumere cada tipo de exención otorgada, identificada por autoridad legal, y muestra: (a) el impacto cumulativo de cada tipo de exención expresada ya sea la cantidad en dólares del valor estimado o como porcentaje del total estimado; (b) la cantidad cumulativa que se espera recibir de los destinatarios de cada tipo de exención como pago en vez de impuestos u otros pagos por los servicios de la municipalidad; y (c) el impacto cumulativo de todas las exenciones otorgadas. El reportaje de la exención debe ser publicado en el boletín mantenido por el Distrito para noticias públicas y en cualquier página web mantenida por el Distrito. AVISO ADICIONAL ES DADO AQUÍ que las siguientes proposiciones serán votadas en el voto anual del presupuesto y la elección. PROPOSICIÓN NUMERO 1 Que las siguientes proposiciones sean adoptadas, de la siguiente manera: RESUELTA que el 2019-2020 presupuesto escolar, como ha sido sometido por LA

JUNTA DE EDUCACIÓN DEL DISTRITO ESCOLAR CENTRAL DE MIDDLE COUNTRY, EN CENTEREACH, sea aprobado y la porción requerida del mismo sea elevada mediante los impuestos sobre los impuestos de propiedad del Distrito Escolar Lo siguiente también debe aparecer en la papeleta: Para elegir un (1) miembro de la Junta de Educación por tres años comenzando el 1 de julio del 2019, y terminando el 30 de junio del 2022, para remplazar a Robert Feeney cuyo término se caduca el 30 de junio del 2019. Para elegir un (1) miembro de la Junta de Educación por tres años comenzando el 1 de julio del 2019, y terminando el 30 de junio del 2022, para remplazar a Kristopher Oliva cuyo término se caduca el 30 de junio del 2019. Para elegir un (1) miembro de la Junta de Educación por tres años comenzando el 1 de julio del 2019, y terminando el 30 de junio del 2022, para remplazar a Dawn Sharrock cuyo término se caduca el 30 de junio del 2019. NOTICIA ES TAMBIÉN DADA AQUÍ, que el texto de las resoluciones adicionales, si hay alguna, sea presentado a los votantes, que esté disponible junto con la declaración del presupuesto en las horas y lugares que fueron mencionados anteriormente y también en la oficina del Secretario/s del Distrito. ADEMÁS SE AVISA, que una petición para la sumisión de las proposiciones por cualquier persona fuera de la JUNTA DE EDUCACIÓN por la cual no hay requisitos específicos legales, pueden hacerse sobre una petición de un votante cualificado del Distrito Escolar, diciendo que la petición contenga firmas de 97 votantes cualificados (representado cinco (5%) por ciento de los votantes registrados del Distrito quien han votado en la elección anual previa de los miembros de la junta). Y AVISO ADICIONAL ES AQUÍ DADO, conforme por una regla adoptada por la Junta de Educación de acuerdo con la § 2035 de la Ley de Educación, cualquier referéndum o proposiciones

para cambiar el número de miembros de la Junta de Educación, o una emisión de obligaciones para mejoras del capital, o cualquier otra petición requerida por la ley que sea declarada en el Aviso de Reunión Anual y la Elección deben ser archivadas con el Secretario/a del Distrito a no más tardar de la 5:00 p.m., tiempo vigente, el viernes, 22 de marzo del 2019. Cualquier otra petición, con excepción de las peticiones necesarias requeridas por la ley que sea declarada en el Aviso de Reunión Anual y la Elección, debe ser archivada con el Secretario/a del Distrito a no más tardar de las 5:00 p.m., tiempo vigente, el lunes, 22 de abril del 2019. Sin embargo, la Junta Escolar no va a entretener ninguna petición para ser presentada ante los votantes, cualquier proposición, con el propósito el cual no está dentro de los poderes de los votantes determinar, cual es ilegal o cualquier proposición la cual falla incluir una apropiación especifica donde los gastos de los dineros que son requeridos por la proposición, o donde existe otras razones validas por excluir la proposición en la papeleta. NOTICIA ES AQUÍ DADA, que las peticiones nominando candidatos para miembro de la oficina de la Junta de Educación debe ser archivadas con el Secretario/a del Distrito a no más tardar del lunes, 22 de abril del 2019, entre las hora de las 9:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m., tiempo vigente. Las siguientes vacantes deben ser llenadas en la JUNTA DE EDUCACIÓN: TERMINO Tres (3) años ÚLTIMO TITULAR Robert Feeney TERMINO Tres (3) años ÚLTIMO TITULAR Kristopher Oliva TERMINO Tres (3) años ÚLTIMO TITULAR Dawn Sharrock Cada vacante en la Junta de Educación es una oficina separada y específica, y una petición separada es requerida para nominar al candidato para cada oficina específica. Cada petición debe

ser dirigida al Secretario/a del Distrito Escolar y debe ser firmada por lo menos por 39 votantes cualificados del Distrito (representando dos (2%) por ciento de los votantes quien votaron en la elección previa para los miembros del la Junta de Educación), estableciendo el nombre y la residencia de cada firmante, el nombre y residencia del candidato, la fecha en que se firma, y debe describir la vacante específica para la cual el candidato es nominado, incluyendo por lo menos el termino de oficina y el nombre del último titular. Ninguna persona puede ser nominada, por petición, para más de una (1) oficina. NOTICIA ES AQUÍ DADA, que los candidatos para la Junta de Educación serán elegidos por sorteo el martes, 23 de abril del 2019, a las 5:00 p.m., tiempo vigente, en la oficina del Secretario/a del Distrito, para determinar la posición en la papeleta. POR FAVOR TOME NOTA, que candidatos para la elección de la Junta de Educación deben archivar declaraciones juradas en cuanto a los gastos de la campaña con el Secretario/a del Distrito Escolar y el Comisario de Educación si es requerida de acuerdo con las Sección 1528 de la Ley de Educación. El tiempo para archivar dichas declaraciones debe ser de acuerdo con la Sección 1529 de la Ley de Educación la cual requiere lo siguiente: (a) La primera declaración debe ser archivada en o antes del treintavo día precedente a la elección a la cual se relaciona (22 de abril del 2019). (b) La segunda declaración debe ser archivada en o antes del quinto día precedente a la elección a la cual se relaciona (16 de mayo del 2019). (c) La tercera declaración debe ser archivada dentro de 20 días después de la elección a la cual se relaciona (11 de junio del 2019). VOTACIÓN se llevara a cabo en la maquinas de votación en los colegios designados en cada uno de los separados distritos escolares electorales que han sido establecidos, y los centros van a permanecer abiertos para la votación de las 6:00 a.m. a las 9:00 p.m.,

y mucho mas tarde si es necesario para los votantes presentes poder emitir sus votos a partir de la 9:00 p.m. NOTICIA ES AQUÍ DADA que el lugar en cada Elección del Distrito donde se llevara a cabo en cada Colegio de Elección del Distrito, incluyendo una descripción de cada Elección del Distrito, es lo siguiente: ELECCIÓN DEL DISTRITO NUMERO 1 Lugar de Elección: COLEGIO SECUNDARIO CENTEREACH 14 Calle 43, Centereach Nueva York 11720 Descripción de la Elección del Distrito: Todas las porciones del Distrito Escolar Central de Middle Country teniendo los códigos postales del servicio postal de los Estados Unidos 11720, 11755, 11779 y 11790 ELECCIÓN DEL DISTRITO NUMERO 2 Lugar de Elección: COLEGIO SECUNDARIO DE NEWFIELD 145 Marshall Drive, Selden Nueva York, 11784 Descripción de la Elección del Distrito: Todas las porciones del Distrito Escolar Central de Middle Country teniendo los códigos postales del servicio postal de los Estados Unidos 11727, 11738, 11776, y 11784 NOTICIA ES AQUÍ DADA conforme a cualquiera de la Sección 2104 de la Ley de Educación o el Articulo 5 de la Ley de Educación, la registración personal de los votantes es requerida. Todas las personas que se han registrado conforme a la Sección 2014 de la Ley de Educación y, que han votado en cualquier voto anual o en una reunión especial, o cualquier elección organizada o conducida durante los últimos cuatro (4) años de calendario son elegibles para votar en esta elección y no son requeridos de registrarse para la elección anual que se llevara a cabo el martes, 21 de mayo del 2019. Esas personas que no están registradas para cualquier voto anual o en una reunión especial del distrito, como se indica arriba, pero que están actualmente registrados conforme con la Sección 352 de la Ley de Elección y LEGALS con’t on pg. 9


LEGALS LEGALS con’t from pg. 8 cuyos nombres aparecen en los libros de la registración central de la Junta de Elección del Condado de Suffolk, Yaphank, Nueva York, no son requeridos de registrarse para el elección anual que se llevara a cabo el martes, 21 de mayo del 2019. Esas personas descalificadas para votar bajo las provisiones de la Sección 5-106 de la Ley de Elección serán inelegibles para votar en las elecciones del Distrito Escolar. Registraciones con conducidas diariamente en la oficina del Secretario/a del Distrito entre las horas de las 9:00 a.m. a las 5:00 p.m., tiempo vigente, de lunes a viernes; y en las Reuniones Especiales de la Junta de Educación, entre las horas de la 6:45 p.m. a las 7:00 p.m., tiempo vigente, con excepción de que ninguna registración será permitida con el propósito de votar en el 21 de mayo del 2019, en el voto de la elección anual del distrito escolar después del jueves 16 de mayo del 2019. El registro será archivado en la oficina del Secretario/a del Distrito. Comenzando el día jueves, 16 de mayo del 2019, dicho registro estará abierto para inspección por cualquier votante cualificado del Distrito Escolar en cada uno de los cinco (5) días antes de o en el día fijado para la reunión del Distrito Escolar, con excepción del domingo o días feriados, entre las horas de las 9:00 a.m. a las 5:00 p.m., tiempo vigente, en los días entre semana (así como también con cita), y disponible los sábados solamente con cita. NOTICIA ES AQUÍ DADA, conforme con la §2014 de la Ley de Educación, la Junta de Registraciones se reunirá el martes, 21 de mayo del 2019, entre las horas de las 6:00 a.m. a las 9:00 p.m., tiempo vigente, en cada uno de los dos (2) distritos electorales para preparar la Registración del Distrito Escolar para ser utilizada en el Voto del Presupuesto y la Elección, que se llevara a cabo en el 2020 y en cualquier reunión especial del distrito

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Email: que se lleve a cabo después de la preparación del Registro. Durante la reunión, cualquier persona tiene derecho a tener su nombre colocado en el Registro, previsto que él/ella es conocido o aprobado con la satisfacción de la Junta de Registración y tiene derecho a votar en la elección del distrito escolar y en la reunión especial del distrito en el cual el Registro es preparado y se llevara a cabo después del martes, 21 de mayo del 2019. POR FAVOR TOME AVISO ADICIONAL, que el Secretario/a del Distrito Escolar debe también estar presente durante la Elección Anual y tiene que circular por todos los colegios en las áreas designadas de los distritos con el propósito de preparar un registro para las elecciones del Distrito Escolar que van a llevarse a cabo posteriormente. POR FAVOR TOME AVISO ADICIONAL, que votos ausentes serán permitidos de acuerdo con la Sección 2018-a de la Ley de Educación. Todas las papeletas en ausencia pueden ser aplicadas en la oficina del Secretario/a del Distrito comenzando el lunes, 22 de abril del 2019. Comenzando el día jueves, 16 de mayo del 2019, una lista de todas las personas que les otorgaron papeletas en ausencia estarán disponibles durante horas regulares en la oficina del Secretario/a del Distrito (entre la horas de las 9:00 a.m. y 5:00 p.m., tiempo vigente) en cada uno de los cinco días antes del día de la elección con excepción de domingo y días feriados, y disponible los sábados con cita solamente. Una aplicación para una papeleta en ausencia, en una forma proporcionada por el Secretario/a del Distrito Escolar, debe ser regresada al Secretario/a del Distrito Escolar, por lo menos siete (7) días antes de la elección, si el Secretario/a del Distrito Escolar regresa la papeleta en ausencia al solicitante por correo. Si el solicitante recoge personalmente la papeleta, la aplicación debe ser recibida por el Secretario/a del Distrito Escolar por lo menos un (1) día antes de la elección.

Ninguna papeleta del votante ausente será examinada, al menos de que sea recibida en la oficina del Secretario/a del Distrito Escolar a no más tardar de la 5:00 p.m., tiempo vigente, en el día de la elección. POR FAVOR TOME AVISO ADICIONAL, que esta Junta hará una reunión especial dentro de las veinticuatro horas después de haber archivado con el Secretario/a del Distrito Escolar un reporte escrito con los resultados de la papeleta con el propósito de examinar y tabular los resultados de los reportes de la papeleta y declarar el resultado de la papeleta. Fechado en: Centereach, Nueva York 25 de enero del 2019 POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA DE EDUCACIÓN DEL DISTRITO ESCOLAR CENTRAL DE MIDDLE COUNTRY EN CENTEREACH, CONDADO DE SUFFOLK, NUEVA YORK. Stephanie Larkin Secretaria del Distrito 349 4/4 4x tmc NORTH CAROLINA ) ) SURRY COUNTY ) IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK 19 SP 21 CLIFTON MARTIN O’NEAL, Petitioner, v. FRANK KINZER, SAMUEL KINZER and wife, DIANNE KINZER, MICHAEL KINZER, TYREST GAITHER and wife, WANDA GAITHER, and TIFFANY KINZER, Respondents NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION TO: MICHAEL KINZER, Respondent TAKE NOTICE that a pleading has been filed against you in the Superior Court Division, Before the Clerk of Court, in Surry County, North Carolina. The Petitioner, Clifton Martin O’Neal, pursuant to

the provisions of N.C.G.S. § 46, et seq., is seeking a sale by partition of a certain 23.38 acre tract or parcel of land lying and being in Surry County, North Carolina, in which the Petitioner owns an 86.0% interest and in which the named Respondents own a combined 14.0% interest as the natural heirs of Frank Kinzer, who was a child of Lubertha McConnell Kinzer. Further, the Petitioner is seeking that the net proceeds of said sale, after the payment of the costs of this proceeding, be divided among the said tenants in common in the proportions of their several interests therein. You are required to make defense to such pleading no later than June 11, 2019, and upon your failure to do so, the party seeking service against you will apply to the Court for the relief sought. This the 2nd day of May, 2019. Michael R. Bennett North Carolina State Bar No. 16551 Attorney for Petitioner OF COUNSEL: BENNETT & WEST, PLLC Post Office Box 775 King, North Carolina 27021 Telephone: 336-983-3177 576 5/2 3x tmc TO THE TAXPAYERS AND INHABITANTS OF THE TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN, TAKE NOTICE: Louis J. Marcoccia, Receiver of Taxes, in and for the said Town, has received the tax and assessment rolls and warrant for the 2018/2019 Tax Levy and said second half taxes and assessments therein may be paid to the Receiver of Taxes at his office, Brookhaven Town Hall, One Independence Hill, Suite 110, Farmingville, New York 11738-2149 Payments must be postmarked no later than Friday May 31st 2018 to avoid penalty. *Tax Office Closed Monday May 27th in Observance of Memorial Day*

*Office Open 8am – 8pm Friday May 31st* 577 5/16 1x ptr,vth,vbr,tmc SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF SUFFOLK MTGLQ INVESTORS, L.P., V. DEBORAH STROBECK A/K/A DEBORAH L. STROEBECK A/K/A DEBORA L. HANSON A/K/A DEBBIE HANSON; ET AL. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated March 14, 2019, and entered in the Office of the Clerk of the County of Suffolk, wherein MTGLQ INVESTORS, L.P., is the Plaintiff and DEBORAH STROBECK A/K/A DEBORAH L. STROEBECK A/K/A DEBORA L. HANSON A/K/A DEBBIE HANSON; ET AL. are the Defendants. I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the BROOKHAVEN TOWN HALL, 1 INDEPENDENCE HILL, FARMINGVILLE, NY 11738, on June 19, 2019 at 9:30AM, premises known as 273 MAGNOLIA DR, SELDEN, NY 11784: District 0200, Section 393.00, Block 03.00, Lot 003.000: ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN THE TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN, SUFFOLK COUNTY, STATE OF NEW YORK Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index # 13165/2013. PAMELA J. GREENE, ESQ. - Referee. RAS Boriskin, LLC 900 Merchants Concourse, Suite 310, Westbury, New York 11590, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 613 5/16 4x tmc NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS

TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE IV, SEC. 85-55 (B) OF THE BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS WILL HOLD A WORKSESSION ON MAY 20, 2019 (BZA CONFERENCE ROOM – 1ST FLOOR) AT 3:00 P.M. AND A PUBLIC HEARING ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019 (2ND FLOOR AUDITORIUM) COMMENCING AT 2:00 P.M. AT ONE INDEPENDENCE HILL, FARMINGVILLE, N.Y. AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH OPEN MEETINGS LAW, SAID PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE LIVE STREAMED OVER THE INTERNET AT http:// b r o o k h a v e n t o w n n y. i g m 2 . com/Citizens/Default.aspx, TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING: TIMES OF MIDDLE COUNTRY THE FOLLOWING CASES WILL COMMENCE AT 4 P.M. 33. Nanette Shaw-Felicio, 21 Selden Blvd., Centereach, NY. Location: East side Selden Blvd. 342’+/North of Middle Country Rd., Centereach. Applicant requests front yard setback variance for existing 12’ x 24’ porch; also, side yard variance for existing deck with steps. (0200 48900 0200 006000) 29. Alejandro Acevedo, 43 King Ave., Selden, NY. Location: Northwest corner King Ave. and Mallard Ave., Selden. Applicant requests height variance for existing 6’ high fence located in front yard (Mallard Ave.); front yard setback variance from Mallard Ave. for existing detached shed located in the front yard; also, rear yard variance for existing one story residence addition. (0200 44500 0500 055000) CASES WILL BE HEARD AT THE DISCRETION OF THE BOARD. PAUL M. DE CHANCE CHAIRMAN 623 5/16 1x tmc • • • • • • • • • • • •


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SBU graduate denied entry into PJ bar while wearing a turban A Facebook post from Harbor Grill said Grewal’s black-colored turban seemed at the time “would be more widely perceived A young Stony Brook University graduate as the slang term ‘[do-]rag’ or a ‘stocking said he was barred from entering Port Jeff’s cap’ and not a traditional turban.” It said the Harbor Grill the early morning of Sunday, May original rule was put in place because a rule 12, because he wears a turban, a religiously that singled out specific groups would itself be significant headwear. “discriminatory.” Gurvinder Grewal, 23, who graduated in Tom Schafer, the owner of Harbor Grill, said 2018, said he went out the night of May 11 he has chided the manager in question and has past midnight to hang out with friends. His told him to use his better judgment in cases like companions were already in the Harbor Grill this. He added he plans to speak to the rest of his restaurant and bar, and he was having his ID staff and implement a new Friday and Saturday checked when he was stopped and told by a night dress-code policy of no headwear manager he was not allowed in with “a head excluding religiously required headwear, for example yarmulkes and turbans. covering.” Harbor Grill has a The new code will be posted weekend dress code for Friday near the front door. and Saturday nights after 10 “I don’t have an inkling of p.m. restricting all headwear, prejudice in any way,” Schafer though the policy made no said. “The code was not meant to explicit exceptions for clothing be discriminating, it was solely for of religious significance. the safety of patrons and staff.” Grewal, a medical scribe Grewal said that he was glad to at CityMD, said he tried to — Gurvinder Grewal see them changing the dress code, explain his situation as he is a but he found the comment about Sikh, whose religion stems from his turban looking like “a do-rag” Punjab in northern India. Male practitioners wear turbans as articles of faith, and to be problematic, especially since he described it several times as a turban to the manager. are not meant to remove the headwear in public. Barbara Ransome, director of operations for Not trying to hold up the line of people trying to get in, he went to the back of the line Port Jeff Chamber of Commerce, said the policy at and came up a second time, only to be rebuffed Harbor Grill was to better identify troublemakers again, and was told it was due to the restaurant’s in a crowd and, as a private property, the owner is allowed to make that decision. At the same time, policy on headwear. “[I] was shocked and embarrassed,” the the barring of a person over religious garment graduate said. “Never had any experience like would cross over into First Amendment territory. “Their staff may need to be educated,” she said. this in my life.” BY KYLE BARR KYLE@TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM

‘Never had any experience like this in my life.’

Harbor Grill restaurant and bar is located along West Broadway in Port Jefferson. Photo by Kyle Barr

The SBU graduate said he told the manager he had been let inside the establishment last year, back when Harbor Grill was then named Schafer’s. He said he was told the policy on headgear was a new policy. Several other students and graduates of SBU, who did not wish to be named in this article, all confirmed watching Grewal be denied entry. Bansri Shah, a digital media/pre-law student at SBU, posted a message to Facebook about the situation, saying she felt it was especially concerning considering the diversity of students from the nearby university. “Honestly, I never expected this type of action taken from an establishment in Port Jeff considering the racial diversity in a college town right next door, Stony Brook, but I think it’s really messed up,” Shah said in her original Facebook post. In a conversation over Facebook messenger, Shah said she arrived as several people were trying to talk to the bouncer about what

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The Ward Melville girls lacrosse team kept pace with Middle Country for the first 25 minutes of play, but the Mad Dogs went on a scoring tear outscoring the Patriots 10 goals to 4, to put the game away, 16-9, in a Division I matchup May 10. Jennifer Barry and Sophie Alois topped the scoring chart for the Mad Dogs with Barry’s two goals and four assists along with Alois’ assist and five goals. With the win, Middle Country wins the division with a record of 13-1, 14-2 overall. The Patriot loss is only their second of the season. They finished third with a 12-2 record one game behind Northport.

Pictured clockwise from above, Middle Country’s Barry and Ward Melville junior Sydney Golini battle for possession; Ward Melville junior attack Kristin Quinn gets a shot off down low among four MC defenders; Middle Country eighth-grader Kate Timarky looks for a cutter; senior midfielder Alois pushes upfield; and Middle Country keeper Liz Pomaro makes one of her nine saves. Both teams earned a bye in the opening round of the playoffs and are back in action May 20 where Middle Country will host the winner of the May 17 Sachem East vs. Bay Shore game, and the Patriots will be at home to take on either Sachem North or Smithtown West. Game times have yet to be determined. Photos by Bill Landon


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Editorial Election day debate

Mark your calendar: May 21 is election day! And according to New York State law, so is the second Tuesday in July for most Suffolk County fire departments. The third Tuesday in March is also election day for many village trustees and propositions. Election day for state and local primaries, well that’s June 25 this year. When do you vote on library budget? Each local library has a different day for its election. So, why then do we call the first Tuesday in November election day as if there’s only one day when citizens vote? Election days can be tough to track. It’s like the nutty old Abbott and Costello skit “Who’s on first, what’s on second, and I don’t know is on third.” Yet elections are no laughing matter. Collectively, all of these elections amount to increased spending, which overtime adds up. It’s not easy getting it straight — not only these dates, but also all the spending. In recent years, large and seemingly extravagant multimillion-dollar public projects have been both approved and declined by popular vote with lower voter turnout throughout our circulation area. The $14.9 million bond for the new Setauket Firehouse was approved on its third try with just 580 people voting out of a population of several thousand in the fire district. Last year, a bond presented by the Mount Sinai School District was voted down with a 664428 tally against the project. Mount Sinai has a population of over 12,000. If one or two days each year were designated election day, it would be easier to hold elected officials accountable by enabling taxpayers to see a broad overview of taxation on one ballot. At TBR News Media, we would support consolidating elections into one or two universal election days each year. Make it a national holiday, so people are more keenly aware of their obligation. Maybe turn Columbus Day, a federal holiday, into election day? With one or two annual election days, citizens could more easily track spending and stay abreast of community affairs. But until this happens, as we said, mark your calendars. All elections are important: They determine where our money will go and how much of it. On May 21, Long Islanders will vote on board of education members and school district budgets, which account for a significant majority of our local tax bills. It’s a crucial vote that typically gains support from parents with children in school, while retirees or people with more limited income, who may have different priorities, make a point to show up at the polls to say no. That’s the system we have now, so be sure to exercise your right to vote May 21.

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Creating connections to combat anger, fear

Over the past six months, again and again, we’ve consoled and supported one another and our respective faith communities after incidents of hate and violence against people at prayer, whether Muslim, Sikh, Christian or Jewish. Also, recent arson attacks against several historically black churches and a mosque in California. The list could go on. We feel tremendous sadness for each one lost and for their families and loved ones. We feel tremendous sadness for those who are living with injury, whether physical, mental, or emotional. We feel tremendous sadness for the faith communities forever scarred by that loss and by the trauma of violence. We stand with and for each other. We do not agree with each other about everything theological, but we vigorously defend and celebrate one another’s right to pray, worship and live vibrantly as people of faith. In our Three Village Interfaith Clergy Association, we are constantly learning from one another. We host interfaith services, programs and a blog for faith leaders and people of different faith traditions to be in conversation. We encourage everyone in our communities to seek out opportunities to learn about and form relationships with those from a variety of faith and cultural traditions. We are united in this community and love one another as friends and as siblings. We invite you to build those bridges with us. But we also are angry. We’re angry about the persistence of hate. We’re angry that anti-Semitism and Islamophobia and racism are on the rise. We’re angry that organized hate groups are on the rise. We’re angry that people

have such easy access to guns and other weapons that destroy human life. We’re angry that some of this violence is done in the name of religion, and we confess and lament our own failures to wrestle critically with our own scriptures and theologies, and to oppose false versions of those theologies. We’re angry that we now have to spend time talking about how to secure our worship buildings and create safety and active shooter protocols — time that takes away from working for peace and justice in our communities and in our world. We’re angry that our children are learning that the two places they should feel most safe in their communities — their schools and places of worship — are now too often targets. We must do something together about violence. As faith leaders, we don’t have all the answers, but it’s important for people of faith to be part of the conversation about guns, and conflict, and war, and our culture’s increasing acquiescence and resignation to violence, whether it is violent acts or words. Faith leaders, faith communities and people of faith should be the front lines of these conversations, of the commitment to nonviolence, and of active opposition to the glorification of weapons and violence in all its forms. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. often talked about the Beloved Community. On one occasion, he said, “The end is the creation of the Beloved Community. It is this type of spirit and this type of love that can transform opponents into friends. It is this type of understanding goodwill that will transform the deep gloom of the old age into the exuberant gladness of the new age. It is this love which will bring

about miracles in the hearts of [people].” Let us be, together in this Three Village community, the model of exuberant gladness, celebrating and loving one another, and actively working together against the deep gloom of hate and violence. Three Village Interfaith Clergy Association Rev. Margaret H. Allen Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook Rev. Linda Anderson Community Minister in affiliation with Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Rabbi Aaron Benson North Shore Jewish Center Rev. Kate Huddelson Stony Brook University Hospital Palliative Chaplain Rev. Kate Jones Calone Setauket Presbyterian Church Elaine Learnard Conscience Bay Quaker Meeting Rev. Gregory Leonard Bethel AME Church Setauket Fr. Jim Mannion St. James R.C. Church Sr. Edith Menegus St. Charles Hospital & Ursuline Sisters of Tildonk Rabbi Paul Sidlofsky Temple Isaiah of Stony Brook Rev. Chuck Van Houton Stony Brook Community Church Rev. Richard Visconti Caroline Church of Brookhaven Cantor Marcey Wagner Temple Isaiah of Stony Brook Ismail Zahed Islamic Association of Long Island

Letter to the editor

Single most attraction of Island is its people I always enjoy reading Daniel Dunaief’s opinion piece, and last week’s column, “The agony and ecstasy of Long Island life” was no exception. I wish to take the liberty of adding one element of “ecstasy” to his piece, if I may be so presumptuous. As an unapologetic and extremely fortunate native Islander, in my opinion, the single most positive

attraction of our Island is its people. The diversity, empathy and resourcefulness of our neighbors is something of which we can all be proud. Just look at the volunteerism reflected by our fire departments, EMS personnel, school board trustees, library board trustees and countless other organizations that significantly add to the quality of our

lives where their lifeblood is the dedication of the women and men we call neighbors. Admittedly we may be loud at times and in a hurry most of the time, but I wouldn’t trade the friends and neighbors with whom we share our Island with anyone anywhere. Tony Parlatore Stony Brook

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Divergent expectations, realities and memories of parenting


s I ponder the next step before my pint-sized daughter leaves the proverbial nest, I recall the incongruities between what we expected, what happened and what we remember. Please find below a list of some magical and not-so-magical moments. The birth of our daughter What we thought would happen: We had 40, no, make it D. None 42, weeks to get of the above ready for the birth of our daughter BY DANIEL DUNAIEF who waited well past her due date to appear. We took Lamaze classes — “breathe honey, breathe, there you go” — we read baby books and we had a birth plan. I figured my wife

would let me know “it’s time” when her water broke or when the squint-through-them-andthen-smile-radiantly contractions arrived. We’d jump in a taxi and a wonderfully cheerful nurse would welcome us to the hospital. What actually happened: Our daughter really didn’t want to come out, so the doctor scheduled an induced delivery. We casually packed our small bags, drove slowly to the hospital and walked up to the entrance. Numerous drugs, two days, almost no sleep and considerable anxiety later, our daughter still hadn’t made her appearance. What we remember: This is tough, because we recall some of the hours of confusion and anxiety, but the end result was so life altering that one of our recurring memories was of a nurse coming in, to ask how many times we changed her diaper after she spent hours in the room with us. Wait, were we supposed to change her diaper? Early trips to the doctor What I thought would happen: He’d examine her and tell us what a wonderful job

we were doing, and would offer us timely and helpful advice about surviving without sleep. What actually happened: She weighed less than she did at birth. Is that good? Is that bad? No, it’s normal, he assured us. Why are you giving her shots already? Can’t she get shots later? She looks so peaceful. Why are you making her cry? What I remember: That shot seemed so painful. We don’t remember our first shots, but we both felt as if the doctor were stabbing us with a sword when he gently inserted the needle in her arm. First steps What we thought would happen: She’d take some steps, we’d clap, and she’d be on her way. What actually happened: We didn’t take away her walking toy until someone told us it was keeping her from learning to walk. What we remember: Silly us, we delayed her walking because we let her keep using the toy, but, hey, she did just fine. First athletic event What I thought would happen: She’d try to

throw or catch and ball and I’d be thrilled with her effort. What actually happened: She played with dandelions and chatted with her friends. What I remember: She looked great in that red T-shirt with her mitt turned backward toward her knee. Going to high school What we thought would happen: She’d share her daily experiences with us and we’d laugh and offer sage advice. What actually happened: She grunted, we growled, and now she’s graduating What we remember: She smiled and waved at us from the volleyball court and she laughed with us while we made cookies for her friends. Driving What we thought would happen: She’d drive slowly and carefully and listen to us. What actually happened: She told us all the advice we gave her wasn’t how we drove. What we remember: She passed her driver’s test and can do errands and drive herself around. Thank goodness.

Balancing a career and motherhood


t’s still the same old story, only 60 years later. When I was an undergraduate at Barnard, the college president, Millicent McIntosh, who was well ahead of her time, urged the women — actually we still called ourselves “girls” then — to prepare themselves for a career and not just for marriage. “Statistics tell us that you will be alone during some parts of your adult life, whether from widowhood, divorce or not finding a mate. You may have to support yourself and your children, should you have them.” Between We giggled at the message. you and me The question BY LEAH S. DUNAIEF then became: Who will take care of the children while we are working, and what

will be the effect of a working mother on those children? In short, the issue was how to balance a career and motherhood. Although she didn’t say it, the answer for President McIntosh, our role model who had several children, was to have help in the home. That was made possible by the fact that she and her physician husband made a sufficient living to pay for that help. That meant for women to have a career was a luxury, and we resolved the career/motherhood dilemma by assuring ourselves that it was quality time spent with children, not quantity, that would make the difference in their lives. How pat an answer. How innocent. How ridiculous. This was just before the world changed, just before Betty Friedan, Bella Abzug, Gloria Steinem and the invention of birth control pills. Within the following 20 years, certainly by the early 1980s, women poured out of the kitchen into the workplace, and the two-paycheck family became the norm. Values in America had changed, family income had improved, but the conversation was the same: Who will take care

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of the children and how will women and men — and the children at home — cope? So how have we coped? For starters, women can pursue success in the workplace much more readily, if not yet with pay equality. Women can also support themselves rather than stay in a marriage they may deem difficult. The other side of the coin is that the frustrations of balancing the workplace and motherhood that we imagined early on have indeed come true. And lots of other changes have taken place in society that weren’t imagined. The relationship between men and women inside marriage has changed. The drive for equal pay in the workplace continues. The rate of divorce has soared in the last half-century. And fewer Americans are even getting married than ever before. In 1960, 82 percent of Americans between the ages of 25 and 34 were married, but in 2010 that rate had dropped to 44 percent. By 2018, the reproductive rate in the United States had fallen to a 32-year low, which will of course have all sorts of implications for the future



workforce and economic consequences on Social Security, among others. Remaining in the middle class now depends, for most people, on two incomes. And the work-life balance question? Well, that problem still hangs in the air. Someone has to take care of the children, but who? I can honestly say that almost every career-successful wife I have ever interviewed and asked how she managed the home-workplace situation has expressed frustration with the outcome even as she loves her work. Couples today work out their own arrangements. Those fortunate enough to have the funds hire help. Roles in marriage have sometimes reversed, with the husband staying at home for the family. Some corporations have realized the benefit of offering paid family leave, so that infants are not left to third-party care. Grandparents have been pressed into service to care for their grandchildren. But the bottom line is that the choice to work has now become the necessity in most cases for both partners to support the family. The choice is still a luxury.




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