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Vol. 14, No. 49
March 15, 2018
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Irish pride shines Thousands line the streets for Huntington’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade — A7 SPACE RESERVED FOR SUBSCRIBER ADDRESS
Three run for two Northport Village trustee seats A3
Port Jefferson Documentary Series returns for 24th season
Northport schools look to add computers to budget A5
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NYS Legislature takes two paths to school safety A5
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Townwide Fund hosts 5K run Huntington runners are getting ready to put on green and lace up their sneakers. The Townwide Fund of Huntington will host its annual St. Patrick’s charity run March 17 starting at the American Legion Hall. The event features a 1-kilometer fun run at 8:30 a.m., followed by a 4-mile run starting at 9 a.m. Registration the day of the event is $10 for the fun run, $35 for the 4-mile course. Super Runner’s Shop will provide prizes to the top three finishers in each category. Every runner will be automatically entered into a raffle for various prizes from local merchants.
Parking is available in Mill Dam Park at the end of Mill Dam Road in Halesite. Registration and check-in will be at the American Legion Hall at the intersection of Route 110 and Mill Dam Road. A breakfast of bagels, bananas and various beverages will be provided for runners. No strollers, baby joggers, skateboards or pets will be allowed on the race course. All proceeds from the event are used to help provide critical health and human services to more than twenty charities in the Town of Huntington. — SARA-MEGAN WALSH
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Tom Kehoe, Ian Milligan and Joseph Sabia are running for Northport Village trustee in the March 20 election.
Three compete for two Northport Village trustee seats Longtime trustee Damon McMullan running uncontested for mayor; Paul Senzer only candidate for village justice
BY KEVIN REDDING KEVIN@TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM Three candidates — an incumbent and two challengers — are vying for two open seats within the Northport Village Board of Trustees, hoping to tackle financial, safety and quality of life issues within the town. The trustee candidates who receive the most votes March 20 will each serve a four-year term.
Milligan, 48, a Northport native and the owner of Harbor Electric Inc. on Willis Street, became a trustee in 2014 after regularly attending zoning and board meetings. He often voiced ideas on how to better the Northport Village Dock. Upon election, the lifelong boater was appointed commissioner of docks and waterways. He proposed new fees for the dock, which successfully brought more boaters to the area during dinner hours, helped boost downtown businesses and discouraged boaters from docking all day. He said by talking to hundreds of local boaters, shopkeepers and residents during that process, it prepared him well for his dayto-day tasks as a trustee. “What I did there is consistent with all issues in the village,” said Milligan, who also served as the board’s commissioner of sanitation. “I always strive to talk to as many people as I can and understand all sides of an issue, then take all the information and share it with the rest of the board, so we can make a decision in the best interest of the residents.” If re-elected, Milligan said he wants to continue making Northport a safe and healthy environment for residents, keep a line on taxes and roll out new projects — among his most anticipated is the implementation of a rain garden into the village to absorb rainwater runoff and keep the waterfront clean. “I have enjoyed this work and there is more work to be done,” he said.
three years, I watched our tax money and never voted to raise our tax dollars,” Sabia said. “So, I’m very interested in our finances and want to see where our money is going.” Sabia said besides keeping taxes at bay, he hopes to be able to restore the village’s crumbling roads and sidewalks, bring a full-time paramedic to the village’s firehouse, oversee the upcoming sewer plant project in Northport Bay Estates, and update the village’s antiquated zoning codes and building department. “We have to move forward and be businessfriendly,” he said. “We need people to be able to get building permits in a timely manner.” Sabia previously ran unsuccessfully twice — against outgoing Mayor George Doll in 2014 and for a trustee seat in 2016. He points to those experiences, as well as his years as a successful business owner and school board member, as building blocks for this election. “I have skin in the game here, I own a business here, I’m in the village 24/7 and have never left,” he said.
The polls will be open March 20, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Northport Village Hall on 224 Main Street in Northport.
Sabia, 62, is a former member of the Northport Police Department, NorthportEast Northport school board and owner of Sabia’s Car Care on Fort Salonga Road since 1977. He said he’s an advocate for the village and wants to work for the taxpayers within it. He believes in transparency, commitment to community, respect and courtesy, and fiscal discipline. “While on the board of education for
Kehoe is no stranger to the village board, having served as trustee for two terms from 2006 to 2014. He was the commissioner of commerce, police and sanitation. While a board member, he wrote the village’s outdoor dining code, created the Northport Business Development Committee, and said he routinely helped members of the local business community, professionals and merchants with any business-related issues in the village. If elected, he hopes to reinstate that committee and assume the police commissioner responsibilities again. “I’m looking forward to getting back on the board,” Kehoe said. “I’ve always enjoyed public service and giving back to my community. And plus, I understand business and know how to make things happen.” As the owner and operator of East Northport-based K&B Seafood for more than 30 years, Kehoe has traveled extensively throughout China, Japan and Russia, importing and exporting seafood and opening up markets. But he said he will focus his time and energy on the local front as trustee. He wants to make sure the Suffolk County Police Department doesn’t take over the village’s police force, preserve Northport’s status as “one of the 50 safest places to live in New York state” as ruled by the National Council for Home Safety and Security and keep the village in the 21st century. “We want to always be evolving,” he said. “Northport Village is a very unique place. It’s a real melting pot of different ethnic, religious and political groups and there’s a great tolerance and respect here for others.”
Northport ranks among 50 safest places to live Northport village residents can take pride that their hometown ranks as one of the 50 safest places to live in New York for 2017. For the second year in a row, the National Council for Home Safety and Security named Northport Village to their annual list of the 50 safest places to live in the state. Only jurisdictions with more than 5,000 residents are included in the rankings, which are based on the proportion of violent and property crimes versus population. In 2017, Northport Village saw crime reductions in every category. Property crimes were down 14.5 percent, crimes against persons were down 11 percent and offenses to the public were down 10.9 percent, according to a press release from Northport VIllage police. The village had no residential burglaries and only one commercial burglary, which resulted in an arrest.
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Suffolk County District Attorney Tim Sini (D) announced a former Commack resident and babysitter has been extradited from Florida and charged with 27 counts of alleged sex crimes against three young children who were in his care in Suffolk County between 2009 and 2014. Suffolk County Police Department has been working in cooperation with Florida’s state attorney’s office since 2014 to bring Benjamin Fielman, 27, back to Long Island to face criminal charges for his alleged actions. Fielman was arraigned in 1st District Court in Central Islip March 9. Fielman is currently serving a 10-year sentence in Florida, where he is registered as a sexual predator, after pleading guilty to felony sex crimes involving children in June 2017. “These crimes are atrocious,” Sini said. “This individual used the trust that was given to him by families in Suffolk County to carry out these depraved acts against children, our most vulnerable population.” Fielman worked as an assistant teacher at Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center in Commack for four years from 2008 to 2011 and as a babysitter, not related to any service or agency. During this time, the district attorney said Fielman allegedly sexually abused three unrelated boys ranging in age from 7 to 11 and was allegedly taking sexually explicit photos and videos. Florida state authorities executed a search warrant on the suspect’s home after he was arrested in 2014, according to Sini, where they found evidence of Fielman allegedly engaging in sexual contact with minors. He was also in possession of child pornography. Authorities determined the materials originated in Suffolk County. Florida authorities contacted the Suffolk police department’s computer crimes unit, which investigated the origin of the images and videos through the files’ metadata and was able to identify the victims. “We have serious concern that there are more victims. Sini said. “It’s very important that we not only take this individual off the streets so he cannot pose a danger to children moving forward, but also that we send a clear message that law enforcement from all jurisdictions is working together to bring people like this to justice.” The DA’s office said it has been in touch with the community recreation center and they have been cooperating with the active investigation. Fielman was previously indicted by a Suffolk County grand jury on two counts of first-degree course of sexual conduct against a child; two counts of second-degree course of sexual conduct against a child; 11 counts of promoting a sexual performance by a child; 11 counts of using a child in a sexual performance; and endangering the welfare of a child. He was remanded without bail to the Suffolk County Correctional Facility in Riverhead. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of 40 years in prison. The district attorney said the case remains an ongoing investigation under Suffolk’s Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Bureau. Anyone with information about the defendant or potential victims is encouraged to contact law enforcement at 631-852-6279. Anonymous tips can be made through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-220-TIPS (8477).
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Northport looking to add more computers in budget Northport administrators have placed an emphasis on getting more computers into classrooms and updating athletic gear and other essentials as part of the instruction, technology, BOCES and special education sections of the preliminary budget. Superintendent Robert Banzer said during a March 8 board of education meeting that the district intends to continue expanding the deployment of Chromebooks, laptops powered with Google applications, in the $166.2 million budget draft for 2018-19. The district began implementing a plan to provide personal computers to its students last September, piloting the program at the district’s two middle schools. “Kids want to have them available,” said Matt Nelson, assistant superintendent of student services, technology and assessment. “The biggest problem is the kids leave them at home then want to go get a loaner. They realize really quickly that the loaners run out, and they won’t have one for the day.”
Next year, the district has budgeted to give Chromebooks to its current eighthgrade students as they enter Northport High School and current fifth-grade students as they enter middle school. Banzer said the goal is to provide computers to all students in grades 10 through 12 by September 2019. Denise Schwartz, of East Northport, asked school administrators to consider providing additional funding for more computers given some classes have students who are in different grade levels. “I have a problem with some of the inequalities with co-seated classes,” Schwartz said. “For 10th- and 11th-graders to not have Chromebooks when ninth graders do is very unfair. What device does every student have at home to do homework?” The superintendent has recommended $25,000 be set aside to redesign Northport High School’s career center with new seating, tables, desks and computer workstations “to update and create a learning environment conducive to group counseling, college counseling and professional development,” according to the budget draft. Banzer said
staff was noticing the area was not being used as often as expected, and hopes the reconfiguration will promote it. To build on increases in technology at the middle schools, the budget includes more than $8,000 to purchase six additional 3-D printers, three for each building. There is also a proposal to include roughly $10,000 to support the FIRST robotics team and more than $4,000 for VEX robotics for high school students. “I’m glad to see the robotics competitions fees and materials are included in here,” said trustee David Badanes. For student-athletes, school administrators have recommended using part of the more than $40,000 budget to outfit the boys lacrosse program with school-issued helmets, similar to those of the football team. The proposal calls for purchasing approximately 30 helmets per year over the next six years. Other athletic expenditures in the 201819 draft budget include more than $26,000 to replace 10-year old treadmills and elliptical machines; fix the girls field hockey goals; add new glass backboards in the north high school gym; purchase new junior varsity
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Northport has included in its draft budget an expansion of its fleet of Chromebooks. football uniforms in the school colors; and add new uniforms for teams. The next presentation on the proposed budget for personnel and benefits, including security staff, is scheduled for March 15 at 7 p.m. at William J. Brosnan School building on Laurel Avenue. A preliminary budget hearing for district taxpayers is set for March 22.
NY working on school safety, gun legislation on separate political tracks BY ALEX PETROSKI ALEX@TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM
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The New York State Legislature is working to make schools safer in the aftermath of the Feb. 14 shooting at a Florida high school. But the Republican-held Senate and Democraticmajority Assembly are not yet on the same page in figuring out how to accomplish the goal. The Senate passed a package of bills March 6 aimed at improving school safety through various security-related measures. After a package of gun legislation bills — which included measures to create a stronger background check process, ban bump stocks or accessories that increase a semiautomatic weapon’s rate of fire, establish extreme risk protection orders, and more — brought forward by Senate Democrats failed in late February, the Assembly also passed a package of bills March 6 designed to strengthen gun laws. Several of the bills in the Assembly package were the same as versions voted down in the Senate. It remains to be seen if either house will pass their counterparts respective packages. “I have every hope that we can walk and chew gum at the same time because these are not mutually exclusive directions, and they are very complementary,” Assemblyman Steve Englebright (D-Setauket) said in an interview. The assemblyman said he hadn’t had a chance to fully study the package of bills passed in the Senate yet, but at first glance it included some initiatives he’d be comfortable supporting. “I would just appeal to my colleagues in the Senate to meet us halfway, and I would pledge to do the same for them. I think we all should keep our eye on what the objective is here, which is to save lives and ultimately there is no single measure that is going to be
an omnibus solve.” The passed Senate package includes a bill authorizing districts to receive state funding to hire a school resource officer, defined in the bill to include retired or active duty police officers, deputy sheriffs or state troopers. They would be permitted to carry firearms on school grounds if licensed to do so. Another bill increased the earnings limitations for retired police officers being employed by schools from $30,000 annually to $50,000. A bill was also included in the package that will provide state education aid to districts for acquiring safety technology and improving security. “Schools must be safe havens, where students can learn and teachers can teach,” Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan (REast Northport) said in a statement. “In New York, we must act swiftly and decisively to implement additional measures in schools throughout our state to give students, parents and teachers the resources and peace of mind that they deserve.” The Senate’s package also had components designed to improve school-based mental health services. One bill allocates districts $50,000 in state funding to put toward hiring a mental health services coordinator, while another requires the state Department of Education to investigate and report on the number of full- and part-time school counselors, school social workers and school psychologists in each school; the ratio of students to the number of school counselors; the ratio of students to the number of school social workers; the ratio of students to the number of school psychologists in each school; and when such staff is working in more than one school. As part of the package, another bill was passed defining school shootings as an act
Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan and his coalition passed a series of school safety bills last week. of terrorism, which now makes the New York State Intelligence Center in cooperation with the state Division of Homeland Security responsible for the collection, integration, receipt, processing, evaluation, analysis, fusing, dissemination, sharing and maintenance of intelligence information to aid in detecting, preventing, investigating and responding to acts of terrorism, including school shootings. Now suspects who discharge a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school can be charged with committing an act of terrorism. The bills in the Senate’s package passed with overwhelming bipartisan support in most cases. They will head to the Assembly before arriving, if passed, at Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D) desk for signing into law. The package that passed the Assembly, if eventually passed by the Senate and signed by Cuomo, would temporarily prohibit individuals from purchasing or possessing guns if a family member or law enforcement officer petitions a court and the court finds individuals are likely to engage in conduct
that would harm themselves or others. It also would establish a 10-day waiting period before a gun may be delivered to a purchaser who has not cleared a background check. Under current federal law, gun dealers must conduct a background check through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System before selling a firearm. The NICS system responds with one of three messages: “proceed,” “denied” or “delayed.” The dealer must deny the sale if the NICS background check determines the buyer is a prohibited purchaser and responds with a “denied” message. However, if the response is “delayed,” the dealer may nonetheless complete the sale after three business days. Also included in the package is a bill preventing convicted domestic abusers from purchasing or possessing a firearm. Spokespersons for Flanagan and Sen. Ken LaValle (R-Port Jefferson) did not respond to a request for comment asking if they intend to support the package of legislation passed by the Assembly.
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A downed power line sparked a house fire in Centerport during the March 7 storm.
Downed wire sparks Centerport blaze A high-voltage power line brought down by the March 7 nor`easter sparked a Centerport house fire. The Centerport Fire Department received a call of a building fire on Idle Day Drive during the storm at approximately 7:20 p.m. Upon arriving, firefighters found out the blaze was started by an arcing 13,000-volt power line that came down on a backyard shed, setting the shed on fire before spreading to a nearby unoccupied building, according to fire department spokesman Steve Silverman. Centerport firefighters attacked from the interior of the building. Silverman said they were forced to stop after a firefighter holding onto a firehose outside received a minor electric shock due to the high voltage in the ground. The firefighter was checked over at the scene by Centerport
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fire department paramedics. A PSEG crew from Northport arrived and cut the fuse on the pole, shutting down power to the house so firefighters could continue extinguishing the blaze. It took about 40 Centerport firefighters, under the direction of Chief Tom Boyd and Assistant Chiefs Rich Miltner and Andy Heglund, roughly 40 minutes to put out the flames, according to Silverman, as a bedroom and bathroom in the house were damaged. An engine from the Halesite Fire Department provided standby coverage. Huntington Town fire marshal is investigating the fire. During the March 7 storm, the Centerport Fire Department responded to 14 calls for electrical wires and trees down and blocked roads, Silverman said. — SARA-MEGAN WALSH
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POLICE BLOTTER Incidents and arrests March 3–9
Hit and run in Huntington
Police said a 20-year-old woman from Brentwood was allegedly driving a 2003 Toyota Camry on the Long Island Expressway in Dix Hills at around 10 p.m. March 3 when she collided with a 2017 BMW and allegedly fled without exchanging proper insurance information. She was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of an accident. On March 7, at around 9:30 a.m., a 32-yearold woman from Huntington was allegedly driving a 2003 Nissan Altima and struck a 2009 Infiniti on Homesite Court in Elwood, police said. She was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of an accident without exchanging proper insurance information.
Drug and car bust
At around 1:30 p.m. March 3, a 26-year-old woman from Ronkonkoma was allegedly carrying heroin and a hypodermic needle while sitting in parked car in Otsego Park on Commack Road in Dix Hills, according to police. She was also allegedly found behind the wheel of a 2006 Chevy pickup truck that she didn’t own. She was arrested and charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, possession of a hypodermic instrument and unauthorized use of a vehicle without the owner’s consent.
While on East Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station at around 5:30 a.m. March 3, a 35-year-old woman from Huntington was allegedly caught carrying heroin, police said. She was arrested and charged with unlawful use of a controlled substance.
Abercrombie & Fitch & Steal
At Abercrombie & Fitch on Walt Whitman Road in Huntington Station, an unknown person allegedly stole up to $1,000 worth of fragrances at around 4:40 p.m. March 1, police said. The incident was reported March 6.
Shattered side view
The driver’s side view mirror on a 2015 Honda Civic was broken by an unknown person on Evergreen Avenue in Huntington Station at around 12 p.m. March 7, according to police. The incident was reported March 8.
A cellphone and cash were allegedly stolen from someone while standing outside a home on Sexton Court in Greenlawn March 6 at around 8:50 p.m., according to police.
Stop & Steal
On March 4, at around 5:05 p.m., a 32-yearold woman from Greenlawn allegedly stole assorted groceries from Stop & Shop on East Jericho Turnpike in East Northport, police said. She was arrested and charged with petit larceny.
An unknown person allegedly stole assorted baby products from CVS Pharmacy on Commack Road in Commack March 7 at around 11:40 p.m., police said. The incident was reported March 8.
At around 1:30 p.m. March 6, a 30-year-old man from Huntington Station was allegedly driving a 1999 Toyota Corolla with a suspended license on the corner of Depot Road and Leyden Street in Huntington Station, according to police. He was arrested and charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle.
A 21-year-old man from Northport was allegedly carrying marijuana while on the corner of Melrose Avenue and Gilder Court in East Northport March 6 at around 10:20 p.m., according to police. He was arrested and charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of marijuana.
According to police, an unknown person allegedly threw a water bottle at a 1995 Ford driving on Park Avenue in Huntington Station and broke its windshield at around 2:15 p.m. March 9.
Burn, baby, burn
While on the corner of McNulty Street and Katonah Place in Dix Hills, police said a 28-year-old woman from Central Islip was allegedly burning marijuana in public view at around 7:05 p.m. March 6, police said. She was arrested and charged with fifthdegree criminal possession of marijuana.
Stolen brake pads
At Pep Boys Auto Parts & Service on Jericho Turnpike in Commack, a 37-year-old man from Huntington allegedly stole brake pads at around 5:20 p.m. March 9, according to police. He was arrested and charged with petit larceny.
Lord & Taylor & Steal
A 22-year-old man from Huntington Station allegedly stole multiple shirts from Lord & Taylor on Walt Whitman Roadoninpg. HuntingLEGALS con’t 6 ton Station March 9 at around 4:30 p.m., police said. He was arrested and charged with petit larceny.
While driving a 2008 BMW on Elwood Road in Elwood, a 29-year-old man from Commack was allegedly swerving in and out of his lane, according to police, leading officers to pull him over at around 10:50 p.m. March 3. He was arrested and charged with driving while impaired. — COMPILED BY KEVIN REDDING
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Huntington celebrates St. Patrick’s Day Thousands lined the streets of Huntington to show off their Irish pride at the town’s 84th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. The nearly two-hour parade featured performances by pipe and drum corps, including New York Police Department’s Emerald Society, and local high school marching bands. The parade was led by grand marshal Andrew Brady, former president of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Huntington and parade co-chair for several years. View more pictures online at tbrnewsmedia.com.
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Northport rocks the bald Dozens of people lined up to boldly go bald at the Northport-East Northport school district’s St. Baldrick’s Day event March 9. The event raised more than $63,000 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization that funds childhood cancer research. Among the top teams were the East Northport Middle School Bald Tigers, led by teacher John Braun, raising more than $22,000. The team dedicated this year’s shave in memory of Caleb Paquet. Paquet, 19, died in August 2017 after a battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Braun grew a green mohawk for the occasion while marking the side of his head with “Caleb’s Army.” The Bellerose Fuzzballs, of Bellerose Elementary School, also raised more than $10,000 for the cause. View more photos at tbrnewsmedia.com.
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What Do You Want to Be?
ost people at several points in their lives are still working on answering the question asked of them since primary school: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Just like in school, the answer to this question continues to change. The most successful leaders across industries continue to advance and move on to new things. They do not achieve their goals and then sit back and relax. They move on to the next dream. Others realize that what once gave them excitement no longer does. Then they search for their next passion. Sometimes it’s hard to know what to do or where to even start.
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STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES No one likes to think too hard about his or her flaws, but being honest with yourself can help you understand what you need to work on. This also is a great litmus test for understanding what you want to learn. Which ideas, actions or products excite you? How do you plan to go after jobs that can help you leverage these passions?
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