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September 14, 2017
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Republican supervisor primary hangs on absentee ballots By Sara-Megan WalSh firstname.lastname@example.org No clear winner has emerged in the Smithtown Republican primary for town supervisor as a narrow 39-vote margin at the close of polls Sept. 12 left the outcome undecided, pending a count of absentee ballots. Smithtown Councilman Ed Wehrheim (R) holds a razor-thin lead on incumbent town Supervisor Patrick Vecchio (R), 2,822 votes to 2,783, in the unofficial election results posted Sept. 13 by the Suffolk County Board of Elections. “By definition, it’s too close to call,” said Nick LaLota, the Republican commissioner for the county board of elections. “The number of paper ballots outstanding exceeds the margin of victory by machine. It is literally too close to call.” LaLota said the board of elections has received 322 absentee ballots as of Sept. 13. He said he expects the county may still receive a few dozen additional ballots over the next week. Absentee ballots must have been postmarked by Sept. 11 and received by the county by Sept. 19 to be valid. “I am confident that we will remain victorious once they are opened,” Wehrheim said Wednesday morning. The councilman said his campaign, along with Smithtown Republican Committee Chairman Bill Ellis, ran an extensive absentee voter outreach campaign leading up to
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The republican Party of the Town of Smithtown appears split as there is no clear winner in the town supervisor primary Sept. 12. the primary race. “A lot is going to depend on how the absentee ballots go,” Ellis said in a phone interview. “We worked aggressively and I believe a lot of the absentees we had contact with voted for the entire team.” LaLota said he anticipates by Sept. 25 the Suffolk County Board of Elections will have all the voting machines and paper ballots to be checked, and will have given sufficient notice to both campaigns in order to begin counting absentee votes. The process of counting paper ballots
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“still questionable” in an email statement, and that he was uncertain about the odds of being declared the Republican candidate after the absentee ballots were counted. This is not the first time Vecchio has been challenged by his own party in a primary for town supervisor. In 2013, he faced off against former town councilman Robert Creighton (R) and prior to that, Jane Conway in 2005. In both of these primaries, Vecchio had a decisive victory at the polls. “Against both Jane Conway and Bob Creighton, the results were substantially in Mr. Vecchio’s favor,” Ellis said. “Never has he lost on the [voting] machines to anyone.” If Wehrheim remains victorious, he will be running for Smithtown town supervisor on the Republican, Conservative and Independent party lines in November. Wehrheim currently has approximately $59,000 available in his war chest to spend on the general election, according to the 11day pre-primary financial disclosure report filed with New York State Board of Elections. “We won’t start campaigning until [the absentee ballots] are opened,” Wehrheim said. “Once they are open and the decision is finalized, then we will begin to carry on for the general election if we are the successful candidate.” The winner of the Republican town supervisor primary will face off Nov. 7 against Democratic Party candidate William Holst and Kristen Slevin, running under her own None of the Above campaign.
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Across from left, incumbent Smithtown town councilmembers Thomas McCarthy (R) and Lynne nowick (R) have beaten Republican Party-endorsed challengers Robert doyle and Thomas Lohmann based on the unofficial Sept. 12 primary results.
Incumbents keep edge in town board primary By Kevin Redding firstname.lastname@example.org Smithtown’s incumbents appear to have won the Sept. 12 Republican town board primary, but there are absentee ballots to be counted and the challengers aren’t backing down. Councilwoman Lynne Nowick (R) has come out on top in the four-candidate race with 2,929 votes while Councilman Tom McCarthy (R) followed with 2,833 votes. Coming in third and fourth were challengers Bob Doyle (R) with 2,575 votes and Thomas Lohmann (R) with 2,543 votes, respectively, according to unofficial Suffolk County Board of Elections results posted Sept. 13. “With Nowick and McCarthy, there are a number of absentees out,” said Bill Ellis, the Smithtown Republican Committee chairman. “I think Lynne Nowick will prevail, [but] there’s still an opportunity for Doyle and Lohmann to surpass McCarthy. It’s a bit of a long shot, but it’s a possibility.” Nick LaLota, Republican commissioner for the county board of elections, said there are 322 absentee ballots as of Sept. 13. He said he expects the county may still receive a few dozen additional ballots over the next week. Absentee ballots must have be postmarked by Sept. 11 and received by the county by Sept. 19 to be valid. Nowick, who was first elected to the board in 2013 and has served as an elected official for 22 years, has focused her bid for re-election on keeping taxes low, getting sewers into downtown areas like Kings Park and St. James, and maintaining Smithtown’s quality of life including its parks, beaches and roads. “I, of course, am very happy to have been so successful,” Nowick said, of the town council results. “I think a lot of that
success was that Councilman McCarthy and I worked for the town and cared for the town. When you’re here a lot of years and you’ve helped a lot of constituents along the way, make no mistake, constituent services are very important. When you help people for many years, it resonates.” She said her sights are now set on the Nov. 7 election with plans to utilize the same campaign strategy. “Look, this is what we’ve accomplished, this is who we are, and that is what we’ll run on in November,” Nowick said. McCarthy, deputy town supervisor who has been on the town board since 1998 and, if re-elected, said he looks forward to continuing his service to Smithtown residents alongside Nowick. “I’m pleased that the voters saw fit to elect me,” McCarthy said. “It proves that all the hard work we do on a daily basis is appreciated and we appreciate their votes. We’ve had so many good initiatives that I’m happy to have championed over the last four years.” The councilman has spearheaded multiple projects to revitalize the downtown areas — most recently pushing the infrastructure rebuilding of Lake Avenue in St. James and working to develop sewers with $40 million in state funds. Doyle, a retired Suffolk homicide detective from Nesconset, and Lohmann, a former New York City police officer from Smithtown, ran on similar agendas to restore the town’s former glory, including its infrastructure, and create a more transparent board. Despite being disappointed in the results and low-voter turnout, both challengers said they have every intention of continuing to run on the Independent and Conservative party lines in November. “I am encouraged by the numbers and how well Tom Lohmann and I did
Republican primary results Supervisor Ed Wehrheim Patrick Vecchio
2,822 2,783 Read full story on page A3
Lynne Nowick Thomas McCarthy Robert Doyle Thomas Lohmann
2,929 2,833 2,575 2,543
Unofficial vote counts as of Sept. 13 from Suffolk County Board of Elections against two very powerful incumbents,” Doyle said. “I’m looking forward to Election Day and taking our message to all of the voters in the Town of Smithtown. We truly believe we will be victorious in November. The fight has just begun.”
Lohmann echoed the sentiment. “I plan to go forward with my quest into the general election and we’ll let the people decide,” Lohmann said. “I’ve never walked away from anything in my life, and I’m not starting now.”
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Notice of formation of Kings Custom Goods, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY on 5/26/17. Office in Suffolk Cty. SSNY designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: the LLC, PO Box 79, Kings Park, NY 11754. Purpose: any lawful purpose. 530 8/17 6x ts SUPREME COURT – COUNTY OF SUFFOLK HSBC BANK USA, N.A., Plaintiff against DERMOT J. PARSLEY; MARLENE PARSLEY, Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered June 16, 2017. I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the Smithtown Town Hall, 99 West Main Street, Smithtown, N.Y. on the 4th day of October, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. premises described as follows: All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Smithtown, County of Suffolk and State of New York. Said premises known as 427 Lake Avenue S, Nesconset, N.Y. 11767. (District: 0800, Section: 166.00, Block: 02.00, Lot: 034.000). Approximate amount of lien $ 179,038.60 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed judgment and terms of sale. Index No. 3205-07. Stephen L. O’Brien, Esq., Referee. McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. Attorney(s) for Plaintiff 145 Huguenot Street Suite 210 New Rochelle, New York 10801 (914) 636-8900 588 8/31 4x ts NOTICE OF FORMATION of The Jiggy Crew LLC Art. of Org filed Sec’y of State (SSNY) 5/4/17 Office location: Suffolk Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to United States Corporation Agents, Inc., 7014 13th Ave, Ste, 202, Brooklyn, NY 11228. Registered agent:
United States Corporation Agents, Inc., 7014 13th Ave, Ste, 202, Brooklyn, NY 11228 Purpose: any lawful activities. 603 090717 ts 6x Notice of formation of LITA’S FLOWERS LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York SSNY on 8/17/2017. Office location: Suffolk County. SSNY is designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail copy of any process served against the LLC to: 13 Raleigh Ln. Kings Park, NY 11754. Purpose: any lawful purpose. 602 090717 ts 6x Notice of formation of Ignite The Lite, LLC. Arts of Org. filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 8/14/17. Office location: Suffolk County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of the process to the LLC: Ignite The Lite, LLC, 150 Highland Drive, Kings Park,NY, 11754. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. 604 090717 6x ts NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT: SUFFOLK COUNTY GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC; Plaintiff(s) vs. JACK L. MYERS, JR.; JOSE PEAN; MARIE REA; et al; Defendant(s) Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s): ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSOCIATES, P.C., 2 Summit Court, Suite 301, Fishkill, New York, 12524, 845.897.1600 Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure and sale granted herein on or about May 22, 2017, I will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder at Smithtown Town Hall, 99 West Main Street, Smithtown, NY 11787. On October 19, 2017 at 9:00 am. Premises known as 11 LINDNER PLACE, SMITHTOWN, NY 11787 District: 0800 Section: 105.00 Block: 03.00 Lot: 003.000 ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, with the buildings
and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Smithtown, County of Suffolk, and State of New York, known and designated as Lot Number 11 on a certain map entitled, “Map of Lindner Farms situated at Smithtown Branch, Town of Smithtown, County of Suffolk, New York”, and filed in the Office of the Clerk of the County of Suffolk on June 18, 1948 as Map Number 1628. As more particularly described in the judgment of foreclosure and sale. Sold subject to all of the terms and conditions contained in said judgment and terms of sale. Approximate amount of judgment $682,930.14 plus interest and costs. INDEX NO. 29867/08 Paul Sabatino II, Esq., Referee
628 9/14 4x ts PUBLIC NOTICE AVAILABILITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT In accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the U.S. Department of the Interior (Department) in cooperation with the Connecticut Fund for the Environment has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) for Strengthening Sunken Meadow State Park’s Resiliency. The Department has determined that no significant impacts will result from the proposed project. Therefore, the Department has issued a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the project. The EA and FONSI are available online at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/sunkenmeadow from September 14, 2017 to October 14, 2017. The documents can also be found at the Kings Park Branch, Smithtown Library, One Church Street, Kings Park, NY. Copies may also be obtained by contacting Andrew Raddant, Regional Environmental Officer, Office of Environmental Policy and Compliance, 15 State St., 8th Floor, Boston, MA 02109, (617) 223-8565, or andrew_raddant@ios. doi.gov. 632 9/14 1x ts
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smithtown resident Jared Tepperman, 21, was killed sept. 9 in a motor vehicle accident on Boyle road in selden.
Smithtown motorcyclist killed in Selden crash By Desirée Keegan Desiree@tbrnewspapers.com Suffolk County Police 6th Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that killed a motorcyclist in Selden Sept. 10. Jared Tepperman was riding a 2001 Honda motorcycle northbound on Boyle Road when he struck a 2010 Honda Accord, also traveling northbound, at the intersection of Hemlock Street at approximately 4:10 p.m. Tepperman, 21, of Smithtown, was transported via Selden Fire Department ambu-
lance to Stony Brook University Hospital where he was pronounced dead. The driver of the Honda, Stacey Rios, 44, and her passenger, Daniel Loria, 45, both of Selden, were transported to Stony Brook University Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. Detectives are seeking the identity of another motorcyclist who was involved in the incident and fled the scene before police arrived. Both vehicles were impounded for a safety check. Detectives are asking anyone with information on this crash to call the 6th Squad detectives at 631-854-8652.
Holbrook man arrested for stealing dirt bike in Smithtown Suffolk County police have arrested a Holbrook man for attempting to sell a dirt bike stolen from Smithtown on Facebook Sept. 11. Suffolk County police said a Smithtown man reported that his 2011 Kawasaki dirt bike was stolen from his residence Aug. 29 and 4th Squad detectives investigated. The victim advised detectives that the dirt bike was offered for sale on Facebook by Thomas Geiger. The victim met with Geiger near his residence, located on Grundy Avenue, while detectives were in the area Sept. 11 at approximately 1 p.m. Geiger, 18, was arrested and charged with one felony count criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth degree and one felony count of making an apparently sworn false statement. He was arraigned in Central Islip court Sept. 12 and released on $5,000 cash bail. — sara-Megan WalsH
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Thomas geiger, 18, of Holbrook was arrested for allegedly attempting to sell a bike stolen from smithtown on Facebook.
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Smithtown residents raise concerns over group home By Sara-Megan WalSh email@example.com There’s a new neighbor preparing to move onto Long Hill Road in Smithtown, but residents have troubling concerns as to whether an adult group home will fit into their quiet community. Long Hill Road residents presented a petition to Town of Smithtown officials at their Sept. 5 meeting to voice their concerns about a property recently purchased to build a group home for six developmentally disabled adults. “This is not against the group home or the people in it, it’s against the location,” said Long Hill Road resident Richard Troise. “It’s the fact the town didn’t even look at the location. It’s not a good location for the amount of cars and traffic.” Catholic Guardian Services, a religious nonprofit that provides a wide array of services and support for the needy in New York, purchased the Long Hill Road property in midAugust for approximately $440,000 to house six women, according to Executive Director Craig Longley. He said the women are “profoundly disabled,” all diagnosed with a developmental disability, in addition to being blind or visually impaired, deaf, and even wheelchair bound. Troise and several of his neighbors are opposed to the development, concerned it will negatively impact the quality of life on their dead-end street. They point to medical personnel entering and exiting the property as a potential increase to traffic and safety hazards on a block where several families with young children reside. “One of the reasons given to decline this group home is the nature and the character of the surrounding area would be substantially altered,” said Joan Zipfel, a Long Hill Road resident. “[It will create] frequent traffic continually driving up and down the cul-de-sac, which by nature necessitates a turn around. The negative impact of allowing this particular group home should have been addressed.” Residents’ objections may be too late to make a difference. Smithtown residents want to know why town officials never informed them of the proposed plans for a group home on the end of their block. Catholic Guardian Services sent a letter dated March 17 to town officials providing notice of the organization’s intention to purchase the property for a group home in accordance with state law, Longley said. The letter gave a 40-day time frame for the town to either object or respond with any concerns. “When I got the letter, I called to speak to the director of the agency,” Supervisor Patrick Vecchio (R) said. “I called and asked them if they were going to be doing outreach to the community. I was told they would notify residents.” Troise said he and his neighbors never received a letter or any contact from Catholic Guardian Services prior to closing on the property. Longley said there may have been “some miscommunication” between parties. He said it is not within his organization’s standard practice to notify individual residents of new developments, but rather reach out to a community board or government to see if there are concerns. If issues are raised, the nonprofit hosts a community forum, presents their plans and answer any questions. “In the absence [of a response], we assumed there was no opposition or no concerns,” Longley said. “We would be happy to meet with the community to share who we are and our intention of being the best of neighbors.” Longley said the nonprofit plans to spend approximately $600,000 to renovate the property. The group home will have three staff members per eighthour shift, with three shifts per day. Additionally, there may be transport vehicles to get residents to and from daycare programs, but Longley said he didn’t expect ambulances or other medical vehicles to be traveling to and from the adult home on a regular basis. Catholic Guardian Services will plan for an open house in the future, according to Longley, and invite those concerned to tour one of their other group homes on Long Island.
‘This is not against the group home or the people in it, it’s against the location... It’s not a good location for the amount of cars and traffic.’ — Richard Troise Smithtown Town hall.
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Clockwise from left, WWe wrestler and Smithtown resident Mick Foley signs autographs at Fourth World Comics in Smithtown for fans and young children, including Austin, Texas resident Chance Clanton, on left, and the Castoro family of Smithtown, below, to raise money for nonprofit KultureCity’s Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Mick Foley visits comic book shop for a cause WWE wrestling star, Smithtown resident signs autographs to raise money for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts By Kevin Redding firstname.lastname@example.org Wanting to help in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, wrestling icon and Smithtown resident Mick Foley stopped by a local comic book shop Sept. 7 to sign autographs for a cause close to home. The big-bearded and even bigger-hearted 52-year-old best known to WWE fans as Cactus Jack, Mankind and Dude Love visited Fourth World Comics on Route 111 in Smithtown to sign autographs, pose for pictures and raise money for KultureCity, a Birmingham, Alabama-based nonprofit advocating for autism awareness and acceptance. Foley helped raise $3,240 for the organization that is helping dozens of special needs families that have been affected by the Category 4 storm in Houston, Texas. When he found out the group had members on the ground in Texas, and special needs families were struggling with tornapart homes and lost items, he knew he had to get involved. The organization is also near and dear to Foley, because his son is autistic.
“Anyone who knows about children on the autism spectrum know they tend to thrive on regularity, and so to take everything they have and to suddenly turn that upside down is just devastating — even above and beyond what other families are going through,” Foley said. “This just seemed like a good way to make a difference. The money we raise may not change the world, but it will change the lives of these families.” As a frequent shopper and celebrity guest at Fourth World in recent years, Foley took his idea for the meet-and-greet fundraiser directly to Glenn Fischette, the comic book store’s owner. “It was really last minute, [but] as we can’t really go down there and help, we figured this is a good way to do it,” Fischette said, adding that he and Foley spent a day and a half blasting the event across social media after Foley proposed the idea Sept. 5. By 5 p.m. on the day of the event, an hour before Foley was set to arrive, a long line of Superfans had already assembled outside. “People just love him,” the owner said. “I know a lot of people who’ve been here before to see him, and they want to see him again. He’s really into the charity stuff, so it’s great.” Set up behind a table inside the store, Foley put a smile on the face of hundreds of adults, teens and kids eager to meet their hero as he signed shirts and his own Pop! Vinyl doll for $20 to $30. The Castoro family, from Smithtown — parents Jason and Nicole, and their 9-year-old kids Marilena and Brandon — were at the front of the line, each of them donning a wrestling shirt. As excited as they were for Foley, they came to support the cause, too. “I think it’s wonderful he’s using his celebrity status for a good cause,” said Jason Castoro,
a lifelong fan. “Sometimes when we go to meet famous wrestlers, you have to wait on a long line, and that’s just to meet them and take a picture. This really adds something special to it. We realized we had to come to this.” Nicole Castoro pointed to her daughter, Marilena, who she said came up with a similar idea on her own. “The other day, she said, ‘Why can’t all the wrestlers just give the people in Texas the money they make?’ and here he is, giving them all the proceeds,” she said. “That’s really cool.” Another lifelong WWE and Foley fan was Chance Clanton, an Austin, Texas resident staying in New York for the week. He said he has friends in Houston and is grateful for the overwhelming support from everybody,
including his childhood idol. “It’s really cool that he’s taking time out of his really busy schedule to show support for something like this,” Clanton said. “But it also really was no surprise to me when I heard he was doing it, he’s so charitable.” Throughout the event, Foley shared stories from his career, goofed off and laughed with fans, all the while thanking each and every one of them for being there. “I’m really flattered by the length of that line — I didn’t think there would be this many people,” Foley said. “This shows the strength and the heart of the Smithtown community and the surrounding areas. We’re called Strong Island for a reason. We pull together. And that’s really nice to know.”
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The Smithtown Historical Society invites all local residents to take a step back in time this weekend. On Sept. 15 at 6 p.m., the Smithtown Historical Society will be hosting a free open house wine-and-cheese event on the main lawn of its grounds, located at 239 East Main St. in Smithtown. The open house is sponsored by Whisper Vineyards, where it will offer tasting samples of wine for purchase along with free cheese and snacks where visitors can stargaze and learn about some of the society’s upcoming events. On Sept. 16, join the historical society for its annual Heritage Country Fair from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adults are $5 and children are free. Come see an old-time baseball game as the society’s own 1864-style baseball team, the Brooklyn Atlantics, take on the Elizabeth Resolutes. Fairgoers can listen to traditional music, which will include the Smithtown Community Band. Visitors can talk to historic reenactors, admire antique cars, feed the farm animals, take a hayride, visit the plant sale and take part in Art on the Fence. The Island Long Riders will be putting on a mounted horse show. Children can participate in the Strummin’ and Drummin’ music. There will be Reiki circles, vendors, crafts, kids games and much more. Smithtown Public Library’s own Peppa the Pig will also be in attendance. There are so many ways to participate this weekend. The opening ceremony will begin promptly at 10 a.m. on the society’s main lawn with a salute to all of Smithtown’s veterans at the dedication of a new flagpole. If you are a veteran of any branch of the U.S. armed forces, please join us. If you own a vintage car and would like to showcase it, enter your car at the start of our fair for $10. Bring a nonperishable food item to support Long Island Cares and receive a free raffle in the 50/50 drawing. Residents interested in volunteering to assist the historical society in bringing this large community event to the public please give the organization a call at 631-265-6768. The event is sponsored by News 12, The Smithtown News, The FealGood Foundation, Bridgehampton National Bank, Bonvi Realty, Joe and Ruth Krowles, Ken Donato, Carole Palmer, School House Remodeling Company, Nardy Honda of Smithtown, Branch Funeral Home, Bill’s Professional Painting, Smithtown Chamber of Commerce, Smithtown Chiropractic, Truehold Promotions, Watermill Caterers, Peggy Miccicche, 9/11 Responders Remembered Park, Setauket Animal Hospital and SCOPE Educational Services. The project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D) and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Huntington Arts Council. Marianne Howard is the executive director of the Smithtown Historical Society. For more information on the society, its events or programs or on becoming a member, visit www.smithtownhistorical.org or call 631-265-6768.
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It was all smiles around the district as students and staff at Smithtown Central School District kicked off the 2017-2018 school year Sept. 7. Loaded with supplies, elementary students filed into their buildings, some for the first time, to meet their new teachers and connect with friends. Students at the middle schools and high schools navigated through the hallways, checking their schedules and locating their lockers. During the summer months, incoming
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Peter A. Cataldo, 73, from Smithtown, died Aug. 16. He was the beloved husband of Janet; cherished father of Peter (Christine) and Nicole McEvoy; loving grandfather of Nicolette, Peter, Gianna and Michael; dear brother of Rosanne Joset. He is survived by many other family members and friends. Funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Patrick’s R. C. Church in Smithtown. Entombment followed at St. Charles Cemetery in Farmingdale.
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Peter M. Last, 57, from Wading River, died Aug. 26. He was the beloved husband of Heidi; cherished father of Erika and Christopher; adored son of Mary Lamia; loving brother of Margaret Gershowitz (Steve), Tamme Serpico (Fred), and Kristen Bishop; loved by nieces and nephews
Justin, Kaitlyn, Freddie, Matthew, Nicole, Thomas, Elisebeth and Alyssa; cousins Kathy and Kurt; and many other family members and friends. Services were held by Pastor Bruce Kaifler at Branch Funeral Home in Smithtown. Interment followed at Smithtown Cemetery.
Thomas Keon, 81, from Smithtown, died Aug. 22. He was the beloved husband of the predeceased Eleanor; cherished father of Nancy Hines and Karen (Frank) Tooker; loving brother of Carol Keon; and is survived by many other family members and friends. Services were held at Branch Funeral Home in Smithtown. Interment followed at Smithtown Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations in his loving memory be made to St. Andrews Lutheran Church, 30 Brooksite Drive, Smithtown, NY 11787.
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County Legislature votes to approve heroin, opiate panel By Desirée Keegan Desirée@tbrnewspapers.com Another push for a Suffolk County drug advisory panel has been made, and approved. At the general Legislature meeting Sept. 6, the members passed Introductory Resolution 1664 to create a panel that will provide ongoing guidance and input to the county in combating the opioid issue. The panel will take an interdisciplinary approach by focusing on preventative education, enhancement of law enforcement efforts, and Page a26 aiding in treatment and rehabilitation. “A coordinated, continuous and interdisciplinary approach is needed to fully address the epidemic and implement sustainable change,” Legislator Sarah Anker (D-Mount Sinai) said. The ever-evolving nature of the opiate problems within the county will be addressed by a panel that will include members of the county Legislature — Anker, Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory (D-Amityville), Chair of the Public Safety Committee Kate Browning (D-Shirley), Chair of the Education and Human Services Committee Monica Martinez (D-Brentwood) and Chair of the Health Committee William “Doc” Spencer (D-Centerport). The panel will also include representatives from the police department,
sheriff’s department and department of health, as well as local rehabilitation providers, advocacy groups, hospitals and the county superintendents’ association. “The opioid epidemic has Suffolk communities in its grip, and it is time to create a long-term, countywide response to the crisis,” Gregory said. “This panel brings together more than a dozen of the most qualified and connected individuals and organizations in a position to make a difference.” Police Commissioner Tim Sini (D), who is on the panel, said it is a positive piece of legislation. “We are seeing this overdose epidemic develop from pills to heroin to the leading cause in Suffolk County, now Fentanyl,” Sini said. “Suffolk has not been spared. There have been recommendations made for previous panels at the state and county level — some have been adopted, and this allows us a forum to make additional recommendations and visit previous ones to be implemented and fine-tuned.” He has some of his own ideas he will bring to the table. “We need to invest in prevention and ways to keep people sober,” he said. “We opened the first recovery center — THRIVE — but we need more, and maybe even recovery high schools, to provide an environment that fosters support, especially when there’s the errors insurance companies [make] treating addiction.” He said he likes that there is a wide array
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suffolk County Legislator sarah anker, at podium, speaks to the public about the Legislature’s passing of the heroin and opiate advisory panel. of those in support of, and providing input on the panel. “You need all the stakeholders at the table,” he said. “This isn’t just a public safety issue, it’s first and foremost a public health issue.” An intervention program has already been put in place by the police department recently, to help put people in touch with the Long Island Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence. “When a police officer or detective comes into contact with intelligence for someone who needs substance abuse treatment, we will directly contact LICADD to get that
person treatment,” he said. “We’re not just arresting drug dealers, but also connecting people to much-needed treatment.” It is anticipated that the advisory panel will meet for the first time at the beginning of October. Following the first meeting, the group will meet quarterly and will provide regular reports to the appropriate county committees, and all meetings will be open to the public. To aid in the efforts, the panel will conduct a minimum of two formal public hearings annually to acquire necessary information and data to assist it in developing further recommendations.
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Clockwise from left, alexis Desmond races ahead of Centereach’s sophia Catapano for the ball; stella Mazzitelli raises her arms up and smiles with glee after her game-winning overtime goal; Mazzitelli, on right, celebrates her goal with giordana scanni (no. 11) and ava Bongiorno; and Magda eschbach sends the ball into play.
East scores first, second goals of season in OT By Desirée Keegan Desiree@tbrnewspapers.com A scoring drought dating back to the last game of last season — 400 minutes of game time — hung over Smithtown East’s girls soccer team, so when sophomore striker Stella Mazzitelli got the ball on a breakaway with the score tied 0-0 in overtime, she admitted she was worried.
Smithtown E 2 Centereach 0
“I was nervous,” she said. “But we were hyped up. We really wanted this win and it felt really good to finally score our first goal of the season.” Following Mazzitelli’s goal with 8:09 left in the first 10-minute overtime session, sophomore forward Ava Bongiorno headed in a corner kick at the 1:58 mark for a 2-0 Bulls win over Centereach at home Sept. 11. “We haven’t really connected as a team, but today I feel like we all worked together — it felt like we were whole,” senior center defender and striker Danielle Bartsch said. “And I feel it’s only uphill from here.” The beginning of the game produced a familiar result for Smithtown East. Centereach dominated the time of possession in the opening half, but was unable to put away its chances. In the second half, Centereach freshman Nicole Fabris continued to fire away, but her shots went wide. Her last shot, with 25 seconds left in regulation, rebounded off the crossbar and out of play. “Centereach is always a good team,” Smithtown East head coach Bill Hamilton said. “They play hard. I call them a hard-luck team, because they’re better than their record usually shows. This was an important game for us to get back on track, so I’m excited.” The game served as a boost for the Bulls’ confidence, which had wavered due to losses to top League III teams Newfield (1-0) and crosstown rival Smithtown West (3-0). “I needed this to be our breakout day so they know they can play,” Hamilton said.
“Losing to them wasn’t catastrophic, but we need to do a better job the next time we play them. The girls were questioning themselves, wondering why they can’t score, but they can, they just need to keep trying.” The Bulls came out pressuring in the second half. With the game still scoreless, they knew there was still a chance. “We passed a lot, which we were struggling to do well in the first half, and we communicated,” Mazzitelli said. “We put a lot of hard work into it and deserved to win.” Between the 27- and 16-minute marks, Smithtown East made six breaks through the box in an effort to score. Hamilton attributed the chances to a change in formation following the Bulls loss to Smithtown West Sept. 8. “We were running a totally different field position,” he said. “They’re learning it, and I feel it gives us more offensive opportunities. We started to connect the passes we were just missing.” His two sophomores were just what the team needed to ignite the spark, and Hamilton said he believes more goals are on the way Sept. 13 at Copiague. While Bongiorno was on the team as a freshman, Mazzitelli was a transfer student last year, and found herself on the junior varsity team. “Before today we were playing with one person up top and five people at midfield, and we just never got the numbers forward that we needed to make a better offensive push, but when we practice they can kick a house down,” Hamilton said. “They’re up there for a reason, and we did a nice job on the pass
Smithtown West 3, Smithtown East 0
tapped in a cross from Lucas Turano about a minute into overtime to lift the Bulls to a 1-0 shutout over Centereach, to put East at 2-1 in League III. West, also at 2-1, blanked Newfield 1-0 Sept. 9 after losing to Huntington, 2-1, Sept. 7. Jack Kelly scored the lone goal in both games.
that went to Stella to spring her for her first goal. She did a nice job of not kicking it to the goalie — finding a corner to put it in. She’s tough. It’s a case of them having to do it enough times to realize they can do this.” Bartsch said the energy remained high and the team’s mindset remained positive heading into overtime, something she enjoyed seeing from her fellow Bulls. “From the beginning of the game we all had good spirits, we had good vibes going, we were all positively cheering everyone on, working together and we got good results from it,” she said. “We have to work on sequences up the field and finishing, but we got two goals today, and I see more coming in the future.”
Keeping score Kings Park 2, East Islip 1
Mary Tuorto scored the game-winner for the Kings Park girls soccer team in a 2-1 win over East Islip Sept. 12. Tuorto added her goal off an assist from Sam Hogan with 18 seconds remaining in the second overtime session.
Smithtown West pulled away with a 3-0 win over crosstown rival Smithtown East in boys soccer action Sept. 12, but not before East’s Vin DiStasi scored twice and Matt Selman once in a 4-0 blanking of Copiague Sept. 9. Two days earlier, Chris Bennett
Smithtown East 3, Riverhead 0
Logan Kozlowski had 15 assists and Lauren O’Malley added seven aces as Smithtown East ‘s girls volleyball team swept Riverhead in three straight sets 25-13, 2517, 25-25. With the win over the League III opponent, the Bulls remain undefeated at 3-0.
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Career law enforcement officer and Kings Park resident Larry Zacarese (R) defeated state Sen. Phil Boyle (R-East Islip) Sept. 12 to capture the Republican primary in the race to fill the sheriff’s seat in Suffolk County, which is up for grabs following a May announcement by incumbent Vincent DeMarco (R) that he wouldn’t seek another term. Though the results were listed as unofficial by the Suffolk County Board of Elections at the time of print, Zacarese garnered 12,323 votes to Boyle’s 9,586. “First and foremost, I want to thank my family, friends and all of the volunteers who worked tirelessly alongside me for the past 10 months,” Zacarese said on his campaign website. “I also want to thank all of the primary voters in Suffolk County who placed their trust in me and took time out of their busy lives to vote for me today. I am humbled by their support. Tomorrow we start fresh with laser focus on the general election.”
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Boyle could not be reached for comment. The general election to select the next Suffolk County sheriff will take place Nov. 7 and will pit Zacarese against former Huntington Town Board member Stuart Besen (D). Boyle has not ruled out a run on the Democratic ticket.
Correction In the Sept. 7 issue of The Times of Smithtown, we mistakenly ran a brief encouraging voters to participate in a primary for Suffolk County district attorney that was not taking place. Democrat Dan Caroleo will also no longer be the challenger in the county sheriff race. We regret the errors.
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