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JUNE 14, 2018

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Residents plan rally against St. James firehouse sale BY SARA-MEGAN WALSH SARA@TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM

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St. James residents are planning a rally against the June 19 referendum on the sale of the Route 25A firehouse, feeling they have too many questions left unanswered. Troy Rosasco, founder of the community organization Citizens for a Safer St. James, is working with others to encourage voters to say no to the sale of the landmark Route 25A firehouse proposed by the St. James Fire District. A group of concerned citizens is planning to gather at 10 a.m. June 16 on the grassy median at the intersection of Lake Avenue and Route 25A. “I would like to see the main firehouse be owned and retained by the community and by the taxpayers,” Rosasco said. His Facebook following has grown to nearly 400 concerned residents. “We have more control over the future of that building if the entire community owns it, rather than selling it to a group of only 100 firefighters.” On June 19, the St. James Fire District — which consists of elected officials who are responsible for setting taxes to provide and maintain the buildings, fire and EMS service equipment the volunteers use — will ask community residents to approve a sale of the Route 25A firehouse for $500,000 back to St. James Fire Department, a nonprofit organization representing volunteers for fire and emergency response services. Rosasco, a practicing attorney, said he feels it’s unfair to the taxpayers that the sale price is set at $500,000; the building is listed on the tax rolls as being valued at $1.5 million. He cites New York State Consolidated Town Law Section 176, Chapter 23, which governs the sale of excess equipment and property by fire districts, claiming the board of commissioners has a fiscal obligation to the residents to sell the building for as much as possible. Fire Commissioner Ed Springer has said

St. James Route 25A firehouse was built in 1922. the sale is legal due to a clause in 2013 contract of sale for the firehouse, which switched ownership from the fire department to the district, was granted the state’s approval. The clause allegedly grants the volunteer firemen organization first rights to purchase the building back, if and when it went up for sale, at the same price paid. “Even if this referendum passes, anyone in the district can go to court and challenge the sale of that firehouse because it was not sold in the taxpayers’ best interest,” Rosasco said. The St. James resident won a New York State Supreme Court case against the district earlier this month. A state judge ordered the fire district to provide Rosasco with a copy of the 2013 contract of sale, emails between the fire commissioners before and after the failed September 2017 capital bond vote and other documents he requested back in December 2017 under the Freedom of Information Act. “I wanted to see what their true positions are, their desires of what to do with the firehouse in the future,” Rosasco said June 12.

“To date, I still don’t have those emails.” The St. James resident, the fire district and their attorneys were schedule to appear in court June 13. The fire district did not respond to multiple requests for comment regarding the court case and the outcome was not available by press time. St. James Volunteer Fire Department is actively pushing for approval of the June 19 referendum both on its Facebook page and by posting lawn signs throughout the town. “We want the property back,” Glen Itzkowitz, chairman of the board of the St. James Fire Department, said in January. “We think we can be the best stewards of that property as we’ve been the best stewards of that property since 1922.” But St. James and Head of the Harbor residents, who contract their fire rescue services through the fire district, say the legality of the vote is not the only thing raising questions. The fire department publicly stated at a May 30 community forum the board is considering consolidating all fire rescue services out of the

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Jefferson Avenue substation in the future. The potential change has raised questions about the impact on response times as the Route 25A firehouse and Jefferson Avenue substation are on opposite sides of the Long Island Rail Road tracks that bisect the town. This spring, the fire commissioners hired a third-party consultant RFG Fire Rescue Consulting to conduct a study on response times of both fire houses to different parts of the hamlet. While an initial draft report of the findings was in the board of fire commissioners’ hands by May 30, Springer said the fire district would release the report only once it is reviewed by the district and consultant. TBR News Media immediately verbally requested a copy of the draft report after the May 30 community meeting from Springer and was denied. A formal written FOIA request was submitted to the fire district last week by TBR News Media, asking for a copy of the study to be released, and the request was not fulfilled by press time. “I think they are hiding something that will hurt their position on the June 19 referendum,” Rosasco said. “It’s absolutely outrageous that they are asking us to vote on the sale of the firehouse without having the safety study done and released to the public.” Head of the Harbor Mayor Douglas Dahlgard first voiced his concerns about the safety of his residents if the Route 25A firehouse were to be sold and then shutdown, no longer serving as an active station, at a January community meeting. Since then, the village has officially requested the fire district provide it with a detailed proposal identifying where equipment will be located and anticipated response times to the village. “We have not gotten the answers yet, but they say its pending,” Dahlgard said. “I assume we will be getting it shortly.”

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Smithtown renames Landing Avenue Park after late councilman man, he worked as a farmer on his father’s potato farm in Kings Park. Five days after the bombing of Pearl Harbor during World War A Smithtown park now bears the name of II, he enlisted in the United States Army Air Peter Nowick Sr., a man who current town Corps where he obtained the rank of major. He board members say paved the way for what flew 35 combat missions in the Pacific theater the Town of Smithtown is today. during the war, including one where he was “He was one of the town’s founding awarded a citation for leading his squadron fathers … he served for near[ly] 20 years,” on the deepest penetration into enemy terSmithtown Councilwoman ritory by a fighter aircraft on a Lynne Nowick (R) said. The mission over Southeast Asia. councilwoman is related to Nowick was a recipient of the the late Nowick Sr. through Distinguished Flying Cross, five his son. Air Medals and the Asiatic-Pacific “He really shaped the town Ribbon with two battle stars. into the close-knit community When he returned to Smithit is today,” she said. town, Nowick was elected On May 8, the town justice of the peace and later board unanimously voted to to the town board where he rename Landing Avenue Park, served for 20 years as chair on and on June 12 Nowick Sr.’s the town Planning, Engineering family members and friends and Traffic Safety Committees. along with local officials came Nowick Sr. lived on Landing together to celebrate Nowick until he passed away in — Lynne Nowick Avenue Sr. and express how deeply 2002 at the age of 84. he affected the makeup and His niece Anna Mcauley ideology of the town. remembers her uncle as a family “I remember my early days here,” man and a considerate public servant, who Supervisor Ed Wehrheim (R) said. made himself available all hours of the day to “Peter Nowick Sr. was one of the founding help local residents. members of the town.” “The name Nowick still has a zing in Kings Peter Nowick Sr. and his family moved Park from all the people who remember him to Smithtown in the 1930s. As a young and what he did for the town,” Mcauley said.

‘He [Peter Nowick Sr.] really shaped the town into the close-knit community it is today.’

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Anna Mcauley and Smithtown Councilwoman Lynne Nowick unveil the sign renaming Landing Avenue Park June 12. Councilwoman Nowick remembered her father-in-law as stingy, yet extremely gracious person. “Peter Nowick Sr. never had change [for] a hundred dollar bill,” she said. “If he sent you off for lunch as a secretary, you never got your money back because he said he only had a hundred dollar bill. But if you needed help — if your house was going into foreclosure, anything — he’d come up with whatever you needed to help.”

Many years ago, Nowick Sr.’s friend, Robert Baffa, was visiting when he found the councilman’s old leather pilot’s hat. He jokingly put it on, remarking on how a simple hat was supposed to keep a pilot warm. Nowick Sr. asked Baffa if he wanted to keep it, and he still has it to this day. “I think Peter would have really loved [the park’s renaming],” Baffa said. “I think he would have got a big kick out of it, seeing his name there like that.”

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News of plans to construct a cell tower on a town-owned Fort Salonga beach is getting a warm reception from first responders and rescue workers. Plans for a new cell tower at Callahans Beach has public safety officials across the Town of Smithtown excited that it may increase response times and stop misplaced emergency calls to Connecticut. “Say you’re down at the bluff, sometimes your 911 call would go across the Sound to Connecticut because it’s the easiest and quickest line of sight,” Chief John Valentine, director of Smithtown’s public safety department said. “Most of the departments [in Connecticut] know to transfer them to 911 in Suffolk County, but those time frames, although only miniscule, are valuable time to any 911 emergency.” The new cell tower is to be built in a corner of the upper parking area, adjacent to the campground portion of the beach property, according to Supervisor Ed Wehrheim (R). Every cell tower erected in the township has the Town of Smithtown’s public safety network built into it, and this new cell tower will complete the triangulation created by existing towers at the Landing Country Club in Smithtown and the Smithtown Public Safety building on Maple Avenue. Valentine said that there are dead zones in terms of public safety communications in the Kings Park Fire Department area, in Nissequogue and the Village of the Head of the Harbor hamlets. Wehrheim said that completing this cell tower will enable first responders at all levels to better react to emergencies. “This thing is imperative because it’s going to complete communications we need for our public safety issues, which includes everything — fire, ambulance, police — all our public safety people will all be on that tower,” the supervisor said. The Smithtown Town Board voted unanimously at its June 12 meeting to sign the lease agreement between the town and Propagation Solutions Inc., for Site Tech Wireless LLC to install the approximately 150-foot cell tower. Valentine said the planning department still has to go through procedures before installation can begin. The town’s public safety director said the effort to build a third cell tower has been in the works for the past four years, and has been held up in the process of getting approval from both town and state entities as it is being built on parkland. “We’re anxious to get it done, Valentine said. “The Kings Park Fire Department and all our other users on our network are anxious to get it in place.” Kings Park Fire Commissioner Peter Laura Sr. said that the area of Fort Salonga is notoriously bad for radio reception because of its hilly landscape. “It’s of great importance to us, we need to be able to talk,” Laura said. “If the chief gets on scene to say there’s an issue like a cardiac arrest, and he can’t reach the dispatcher to relay that information, it might be life threatening. This tower would hopefully solve the radio communication problem.” Valentine said that he has not heard any concerns or complaints regarding the installation of a new cell phone tower. “We have been met with nothing but encouragement to get this done from both public safety interests and residents,” he said. Pete Hans, the principle planner for the Town of Smithtown, said that the planning department must still complete a local waterfront revitalization program review, which if everything goes according to plan will be presented at the July 17 town board meeting. In the best case scenario the cell tower should be presented for approval to the board by September.


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Continued from page A3 The mayor said residents of Head of the Harbor are not eligible to vote in the June 19 referendum. Both Rosasco and Dahlgard said the fire district has not been forthcoming in providing enough detailed information on its plans after the June 19 referendum. “They haven’t figured it out or they are not providing the information to the residents of


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OBITUARIES Albert Barbieri

Albert Barbieri, 87, of Smithtown, died May 2. He was a proud veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He was the beloved husband of Betty Maniscalco for 64 years. He was the loving father of Rosemary (Manny) and Robert; adoring grandfather of Bryan (Diana), Christian (Chas), Nicole (TJ), Michael (Kerry) and Anthony; and fond brother of Angelo. A funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Thomas More R.C. Church in Hauppauge. Interment followed with full military honors at St. Charles Cemetery in Farmingdale. Arrangements were entrusted to the Branch Funeral Home of Smithtown.

Gerarld F. Dougherty

Gerald F. Dougherty, 82, of Nesconset, died April 24. He was a proud veteran of the U.S. Army and National Guard. He was the beloved husband of Gladys; cherished father of Jerry Jr. (Rickiesue), Richard (Deidre), Steven (Angie), Dawn (Patrick) and Tamara (John); and loving grandfather of Christopher, Patrick, Nicole, Trevor, Travis, Skyelar, Robert, Evan, Nicholas and Emily. A funeral Mass was celebrated at Holy Cross R.C. Church in Nesconset. A private cremation followed. Arrangements were entrusted to the Branch Funeral Home of Smithtown.

Leona Peters

Leona Peters, 90, of Smithtown, died April 13. She was the beloved mother of Peter (Donna) Nugent and loving grandmother of Leo. A funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Patrick R.C. Church in Smithtown. Interment followed at Smithtown Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to the Branch Funeral Home of Smithtown.

Philomena Pucci

Philomena Pucci, 89, of St. James, died April 13. She was the beloved wife of the late Pasquale; cherished mother of Camille (Peter) Ehrenberg and Mark (Tara); loving grandmother of Hannah, Zoe, Jack and Julia; and dear sister of Zena (the late Louis) Romanzi. A funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Patrick R.C. Church in Smithtown. Interment followed at St. Charles Cemetery in Farmingdale. Arrangements were entrusted to the Branch Funeral Home of Smithtown. Have you lost a family member or loved one who lived or worked in the Smithtown, Commack, Hauppauge, Kings Park, Nesconset or St. James areas? Send their obituary to obits@tbrnewsmedia.com for free publication.

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More than 300 run into Kings Park’s sunset Racing junkies made their way through Nissequogue River State Park in Kings Park last Friday night. The Nissequogue River State Park Foundation held its 10th annual 5K Sunset Run/Walk June 8 to raise money to help transform the former Kings Park Psychiatric Center into rolling parkland where community events can be held. The run was sponsored by the Reichert family, owners of the IGA Fort Salonga Market.

Connor Hesselbirg, 22, of Kings Park, took first place over 300 other runners with a time of 18 minutes, 12.54 seconds, an average pace of 5:51 per mile. Smithtown resident Alyssa Knott, 24, was the top finisher among women and third overall with a time of 19:27.72. The full race results can be found online at www.elitefeats. com/race-results.asp?ID=422. See more race photos online at www.tbrnewsmedia.com.

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The Knox School takes state crew titles Each spring, over 70 New York state high schools come together to put their hard work to the test — competing for the state championship title at the New York State Scholastic Rowing Championship in Saratoga Springs. This intense competition came to a head May 12-13 and was a memorable one for The Knox School crew team. As a result of the group’s strongest season yet on the water, the team placed in the top among some of the strongest crew programs in the state. Three of the Knox boats advanced to the finals, and two

rowers, Mateja Markovic and Tommy Barry, placed second in the junior doubles race, which qualified them for the national competition held at Cooper River in Pennsauken, New Jersey. Markovic, from Serbia, and Barry, from Miller Place, made history for the school as the first boat to achieve a silver medal at the state championships. The girls Novice Four boat, comprised of Reese Palmer, Tess Pruzan, Demetria Lutz, Isabella Halpin and Coxswain Amimarie Hughes also had a great first race, placing in the petite final. Boys senior double team of Hieu Bui

and Daniel Leach also advanced to the petite final in their last crew race as Knox student-athletes. Novice girls Meryem Aydinli and Nikki Cannata did their best rowing all season in a junior varsity double category, and the boys junior four boat with

Commack’s Steven Vasile is tough as nails. The hurler placed first in the discus for Division I and of all schools at the state championships at Cicero-North Syracuse High School June 8-9. He tossed the discus 177-07 for the overall title, almost 13 feet ahead of second-place finisher

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Molina also finished their first year with a successful race. For additional information, contact Karyn Cernera Bush, director of marketing and communications for The Knox School at 631-686-1675, ext. 425, or email kcbush@knoxschool.org.

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Alexander Harris, Kishan Guptar, Isai Bala, Christian Wiggins and senior Coxswain Michael Curth also did well on the water. The boys Novice Four boat, coxed by Declan Morrell-Smith and comprised of Liam Auleta, Arien Evans, Rami Salam and Nickaulas

Andrew Palermo of Spencerport (164-11). He tossed the discus 174-09 to top Division I. Smithtown West junior Nick DeFelice was fast on the state track. He finished the 3,000-meter steeplechase sixth in 9 minutes, 32.71 seconds. Senior Nick Cipolla fell short of his goal at the state championship but clocked in 12th in the 3,200 with a time of 9:33.02.

Kings Park junior Michael Perez reached high for a placement, and tied for 10th in the high jump with a 6-02 leap. For the girls, Commack sophomore Alissa Braxton placed 10th in the Division I long jump competition. She did it with a 17-10.25 leap. Smithtown East junior Catherine Farrell came in 14th in the 1,500. She crossed the finish line in 4:40.17 in a tight race.

West Bulls wins second straight county crown Smithtown West’s track and field team, known to many as the Hammer Squad, won its second consecutive county championship title earlier this month. This is Smithtown West’s fifth county crown in the past six seasons. Event place winners included senior Nick Cipolla, who took first in the 3,200- and 1,600-meter runs, and was also a member of the winning 4×800 relay team. Other members of that relay quartet included Nick DeFelice, George Maidhof and Steven Spreizer.

DeFelice also placed in the 3,200 and the steeplechase; and Spreizer in the 3,200, and 1,600. Nick Muellers (800, 1,600); Gavin Baker (triple jump, long jump); David Cabello (800, 1,600), John Cuff (3,200); Matt Maidhof (steeplechase); Aleks Zdravkovic (400); Chris Murphy (pentathlon); and Luke Muratore (steeplechase) also placed at the county championships; as well as the 4×100 relay of Ryan Leinwand, Sam Monastero, Liam Sullivan and Matt Villano.


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OPINION Editorial

A thank you on dad’s day Our editorial staff wanted to take time out of our busy schedules to remember the effects our fathers and father-figures have had on our lives. Rita J. Egan: Sometimes we can learn from others’ battles especially when they are honest about them. Those who knew my father say I’m the spitting image of him. I’m tall and thin just like him, and even though he wasn’t part of my life for a long time, I have some of his mannerisms. But my father’s wish was that I wouldn’t be like him when it came to his love for alcohol. He spent the last 20 years of his life sober, but it was a battle. As the one who usually is drinking a soda or water at the bar, I am proof that wishes do come true. I learned not from his examples but from his mistakes, simply because he was honest about his weaknesses. So, this Father’s Day, I will raise a glass of Coca-Cola to my dad and thank him for his honesty and wish for me. Desirée Keegan: This is to the opening of your heart and the softening of those red walls that fought so long to be as strong as possible. I never needed you to be, but through action, you did teach me. This is to the shaping of a new person out of the mistakes and life lessons, the pitfalls and the glorious victories. This is to the one who through sacrificing time and energy, through hard work and commitment, even learning, sometimes, along with me, showed me what real strength is. The world-shaking realization that real strength lives in vulnerability and stoicism doesn’t fit quite as well as unharnessed passion and the colors of a heart worn on a sleeve. This is to the one that adopted a silly voice and character and threw themselves into folly for the chance at a smile on their children’s lips. It’s in the trying that’s the loving and it’s in the failure that’s the triumph. This is to you, mom, because every Father’s Day I’m reminded that you’re all I’ve ever needed. You, as you are now, have always been more than enough. Alex Petroski: Some of the best times I’ve had with my dad are when we argue. To most that probably sounds weird. We’re both opinionated and have consumed enough talking head television between the two of us to always be loaded with a hot take. Usually it’s about sports, but we can find a way to argue about anything. To bystanders, like my mom, this might seem unhealthy, but maybe he and I are the only ones who get it. The fact that my dad, who I and my peers consider to be a human encyclopedia, will engage in a conversation and on any topic, even if we don’t agree, makes me proud, and I wouldn’t trade those lively discussions for boring agreements. Dad, I’m going to convince you one day; LeBron is better than Jordan. Sara-Megan Walsh: Dad, I appreciate all the little things you’ve done over the years. Like handing me 75 cents to buy a snack with lunch in third grade, even if it meant you went without coffee that morning. To making those 7-Eleven Slurpee runs in the summer that we never told Mom about. When I grew older and went off to college, your love showed when offering to drive me four hours each way to Massachusetts, so I could spend a weekend at home. Then, you’d always still offer to purchase breakfast for me and my dorm mates when dropping me off. These days, you send me text messages asking if I’m safe at home during storms and reminders of family birthdays. You’ve always put me first and made sure I’m taken care of, and I couldn’t ask for more Kyle Barr: Dad, I think as we all grow older we grow bigger. And that’s okay. Our hearts grow bigger too. We’re able to take more empathy in to fill that ever-growing pocket inside our hearts. As adults we can come to understand each other in a way that a child couldn’t. That’s the problem with childhood. A child’s heart is like a fountain, and everything it takes in, it spills out in one great continuous cycle. I think kids don’t know how important family is until they’re older. That’s what I want you to know, that I know you think our family is important, that even as you spend long days working, know that I know why you do it, and know I couldn’t thank you enough.

Letters to the editor Vivian Viloria-Fisher, one of five on the primary ballot for the June 26 election of a Democratic congressional candidate, is the only one who has always registered as a Long Island Democrat. She has been a lifelong contributor to our community as a dedicated, beloved primary school teacher and was elected to sit on the Suffolk County Legislature, then chosen by her peers to be the deputy presiding officer, re-elected and serving until term limits prevailed. During this experience, Vivian introduced and/or supported legislation with regard to public and women’s health, environmental protection, civil and immigration rights, as well as issues relating to job creation and fair taxes. She knows what is important and is resolute about standing up for opportunities of improved quality of life in a safe and just society. Democrats hear a lot about the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and the standards necessary to ensure a “win.” Here is what we think these letters could and should stand for: D is for a confirmed Democrat;

Vivian Viloria-Fisher during a debate at the TBR News Media office. C is for character, a truth teller; the second C is for capable with relevant experience, and the final C is for committed as an unrelenting hard worker, even in the face of opposition. These qualities describe Vivian Viloria-Fisher, our choice for New York’s 1st Congressional District representative. Many respond to the more than a hundred volunteers knocking on local doors for Vivian with, “Oh, yes, we know Vivian, she taught our son,” or “Our daughters played softball together and we’ll be voting for her.”

Jonathan Kornreich, at a recent Three Village Democratic Club meeting, spontaneously declared his support for Vivian, calling out, “She’s the real deal.” And our two presently serving local elected officials, Kara Hahn and Valerie Cartright, both of whom were earlier mentored by Vivian, have come out for her. Those of us who support Vivian Viloria-Fisher are reassured that we know what she will do because we know what she has done.

Nancy and Barron Krody Stony Brook

Vote for Vivian for a win in November If you want to win the Democratic seat in the 1st Congressional District this November and actually get worthwhile things done in Washington, we wholeheartedly believe that Vivian Viloria-Fisher is the only person for that job. Her lifelong commitment to democratic values, as well as her knowledge and experience far exceed those of her co-runners for that seat. Her steadfastness and intentions have been and continue to be beyond reproach — a tall order for a politician. We need real Democrats in

Washington and Vivian ViloriaFisher is the real deal. She has lived and worked in our county for more than 45 years, she has represented us for 13 years as a long-term Democrat, while working across the aisle to get things done, and she has consistently made a difference. She has and will continue to address the challenges to the most pressing progressive ideals that we face on Long Island and in our nation. Her accomplishments and concrete plans for the future are far too many to list here. However,

her website is notable among the Democratic candidates for listing all of the things she has already accomplished as an elected official. We know that she is effective and we know that she will have our best interests at heart. Please, take just a few moments to review them at www.vivianforlongisland. org. Then vote for Vivian ViloriaFisher June 26.

Claudia Jacobs Dan Dunmire Deborah Little Dan Weymouth Laura Lesch

Casting a vote for Viloria-Fisher I am voting for Vivian ViloriaFisher in the Democratic primary June 26, and I urge my fellow Democrats to join me. Vivian, a 50-year resident of Suffolk County, is a progressive candidate with a proven record on health care, the environment and immigration.

Her life has been one of service to the community as a county legislator and teacher. As an alumni of Hunter College and Stony Brook University, Vivian knows from experience the importance of affordable public education. Furthermore, I will vote for

Vivian because I believe we need more women in Congress and now is the time for the 1st Congressional District to have a congresswoman. Please join me to cast your vote for a candidate who will beat Zeldin.

Kathleen Kern East Setauket

Editorial note: As the primary for 1st Congressional District is set for June 26, this is the last week we will run letters endorsing a specific candidate for office in accordance with TBR News Media’s editorial policy, which grants challengers a chance to respond prior to the election.

The opinions of columnists and letter writers are their own. They do not speak for the newspaper.


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OPINION

The exquisite agony of waiting

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t happens everywhere, all day long. There isn’t a moment in any day when someone, somewhere isn’t waiting for something. They might be looking at a protruding stomach waiting for their baby’s birth or standing in line waiting to order lunch. They might even be staring at a phone waiting for a return text message while the three moving dots suggest someone is typing, waiting for commercials to end to see whether the contestants won on a game show By Daniel Dunaief — or waiting for word from a school of choice. I have a friend who is writhing through the exquisite agony of the school wait-list.

D. None of the above

He tries to think about other things, like the exams he has this week, the fate of his beloved baseball team in a game or the plans for his long-awaited summer. To his credit, my friend has allowed himself to stop thinking about the school decision over which he has no control at this point. Well, most of the time. He’d like to pick up the phone, call the school and ask, as politely as possible, if he got in today. When we’re younger, we struggle with the wait of a coming birthday, Christmas, Hanukkah or a vacation. We check the calendar months in advance, planning a party, considering the invitation list, ordering food we may barely taste because we’re so preoccupied playing with our friends that day. In the days that lead up to the birthday, the clock drags, slowed down by our desire to get to Friday. The night before children receive numerous presents during a holiday, sleep evades them, as they wonder

what’s wrapped and ready the next morning. If we’re lucky, birthdays and holidays are almost guaranteed to bring presents, even if the bike isn’t the right color or the sweater doesn’t fit. Those waits are more like yield signs on a highway, where we know, eventually, we’ll merge onto our preferred roadway. To continue with the road analogy, what if the wait is like a yellow light and the next step is a red light? If the light turns red — in this case, the school calls to share their disappointment that the person won’t be able to attend — does my friend wish he could go back in time to the waiting period, where a “yes” was still a possibility? Is not knowing our fate more difficult than receiving a definitive answer? It depends on whom you ask. For some people, the notion of waiting for some kind of resolution is far worse than solid information. They move on with their lives once they hear the news.

For others, the wait allows them to play emotional ping-pong, throwing themselves from one side of a possibility to the other. The resolution can make them feel as if the game with themselves has ended, requiring that they make new decisions with new wait times. While people wait, they often look for signs. If a school stays in touch, maybe that means he is closer to getting in. If a light turns green just as he arrives at the intersection, maybe that also means good news is coming. We wait for so much: For someone to call on us when we raise our hand, for someone we like to pay attention to us, for a doctor to “see us now” and for the opportunity to do something extraordinary. Given how much of our lives involve waiting, you’d think we’d be experts at it. And yet, every so often, we hold our breath and hope the delay is only temporary, making the next step — or the next wait — that much sweeter.

masterpiece to the salivating family gathered around the kitchen table. I always tried to sleep in on Sundays, but the marvelous smells that filled the apartment unfailingly coaxed me out of bed. Only my mother was impervious and slept through the ruckus of our trying to identify the ingredients as we ate. My dad would then take us out to the park — Central Park that is — and we would roam over hills and dells, always yodeling in the many tunnels along the pathways. The echoes were hugely satisfying. He would set a rock on top of a boulder, give us each five small stones, and ask us to knock the rock off the boulder from 10 paces. We’d have a vague destination within the park each Sunday, anywhere from the carousel to the rowboat lake, to Shakespeare Garden to Sheep Meadow with its multitude of baseball games in progress. He was good at pitching horseshoes, and as we strolled by the quoits section the men would offer him a turn. If we had thought to bring a basketball, we might shoot

some baskets on the courts. When the weather was bad, we would wander through the Metropolitan Museum. Wherever we went, regulars in the park usually recognized us because my younger sister had Down syndrome, a condition that was almost never seen in public places. We stood out, I guess, and my sister, who loved to watch the baseball games and came to know some of the adult players by name, would cheer loudly with each solid hit. As the day wore on, my dad would buy a box of Cracker Jacks from a park vendor and we would share the contents. By the end of the afternoon, we would head to a predetermined grove of trees where my mother would be waiting on a blanket with supper. I remember how happy my parents were to see each other — you would have thought they had been separated for weeks. Maybe it was just the prospect of some homemade dinner that sealed the day with joy for all of us.

A playful dad remembered

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hen I think of my dad, I am reminded almost immediately of his loving nature and his playfulness. Now many dads I have met behave lovingly toward their families, so that is not what set mine apart. It was the other half of my description: His instant readiness to play and his aptitude for making up games on the spot. My dad was an ambitious businessman, and he worked long hours every week. But Sundays were his day to relax and his unconstrained self would By Leah S. Dunaief emerge. No wonder Sundays were my favorite day. He would begin the morning by getting up somewhere before 6 a.m., and start rustling around in the kitchen. The son of a farmer, he got up early all his

Between you and me

childhood, and just because he moved to the city in his teens he wasn’t about to change the diurnal cycle that had been hardwired into him. He was one of nine children and referred to himself when he was growing up as “Middle Child.” To hear his siblings tell of him, he was the one who routinely organized the pack into daily games in between their farm and school chores. Isolated on a large farm from other children and certainly without any municipal playgrounds in their lives, they created their own fun. That skill served him well not only for us, his children, but for the entire neighborhood. He was the undisputed Pied Piper wherever we were on any given Sunday. Sundays belonged to my mother. My dad made sure of that. He would concoct a huge breakfast that was never the same from one week to the next. Into a dozen eggs, he would toss whatever leftovers he could find from the fridge, cook the mixture slowly with generous amounts of onions and other veggies and “mystery spices” and present the

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