Municipal Service Request
Do you have a specific problem that needs the
attention of a Village department?
If so, please use this Service Request form to
bring it to the attention of your Village ad-ministration.
It will be acknowledged and giv-en
to the appropriate department head for ac-tion.
We recommend that you include your name and ad-dress.
It will not be disclosed to any third
party, but it will enable us to let you know
what was done or why it couldn't be done.
You may conveniently send your Service Request
to Village Hall by including it in the same re-ply
envelope with your Electric Bill payment.
TO: Mayor William H. White, Municipal Building, Freeport, N.Y. 11520
Action Requested or Nature of Problem
Address or Location
_ Building Department Code Enforcement
Narcotics Guidance Parking Meters
Vacant Lot Clearance Police Fire Recreation and Parks
For Referral to: Sanitation Highway
Electric Water Sewer
No Trash On Holiday Weeks
Please remember that in any week that contains
a holiday there is no Wednesday trash pick-up.
The curbside trash pick-up is eliminated be-cause,
due to the holiday, Wednesday is uti-lized
for garbage collections.
Therefore, because of the Memorial Day holiday
on May 27th, there will be no trash pick-up on
Wednesday, May 29th.
Residents are asked to cooperate so that the
Village will be kept clean and free of trash
during the holiday week.
A PUBLIC INFORMATION BULLETIN OF THE VILLAGE OF FREEPORT
46 NORTH OCEAN AVENUE TELEPHONE FReeport 8-4000 WILLIAM H. WHITE, MAYOR
Public Meetings On The 1st and 3rd Mondays Of The Month, At 9:00 P.M. .
May Is Beautification Month
Mayor William H. White has proclaimed May as Beautification Month and called upon all Village-res-idents
to pay particular heed to measures that will beautify their property and enhance the Vil-lage
Freeport had its first major beautification planting of the Spring when a combination of 100
Forsythia and Wild Rose bushes were planted on the railroad embankments on Sunrise Highway and
Brookside Avenue. At left is Martha DeSalvo, Chairman of the Beautification Committee and
Cathy Butterfield, one of the talented committee members who did the landscaping plans. Vil-lage
Park employees planted the bushes.
Calling all book bargain buffs! The outdoor
book sale at Freeport Memorial Library will
be held on Saturday, June 1, starting at
11:00 A.M. Books are priced at 250 each, five
for 51.00. Paperbacks are 50 each. In case
of rain, sale will be held in Bookmobile Gar-age.
Trustees: George H. Fairberg, Ralph P. Franco, Thomas J. Lovelidge, Dorothy Storm
Village Clerk: Thomas DeVincenzo - Treasurer: Leonard D.B. Smith - Counsel: Oakley Gentry Jr.
The Freeport Board of Trustees held the Annual
Organization Night April 1, to vote on appoint-ments
of individuals to head up the Village's
departments and for the various Boards, COD-missions
Mayor William White reappointed Trustee George
Fairberg as Deputy Mayor to act in his behalf
during any absences. Thomas DeVincenzo was
reappointed Village Clerk and Administrative
Assistant to the Village Board. Henry Granlich
was renamed as Deputy Village Clerk. Leonard
D.Be Smith, who had announced his retirement,
was redesignated as Village Treasurer and As-sesor,
as the law requires the post be filled
on Organization Night. Marie Barbieri and
James Lyons were reappointed Deputy Treasurers
while Barry Dunn was designated Deputy Assessor.
Oakley Gentry Jr. was reappointed Village Coun-sel
and Michael Solomon as Associate Village
Counsel. Charles Mehrraann was selected as Vil-lage
Justice for another year. Ray Lavalle will
continue as Code Enforcement Attorney and Jaddie
Stewart as Freeport Narcotics Guidance Council
Department heads reappointed were Superinten-dent
of Buildings Louis Bello, Superintendent
of Public Works Edwin Prefer, Superintendent
of Electric Utilities Ludovic Long, Superin-tendent
of Sanitation Henry Skellington and
Superintendent of Water Distribution Edward
Mayor White announced that Bernard Ames would
head up the Economic Development Committee cur-rently
being formed. A long-time resident, he
is President of Columbian Bronze, a Freeport
firm, serves as Chairman of the Board of U.S.
Lines, and as Senior Vice President for Halter
Kidde and Company.
Baldwin and Cornelius Co. will continue as Vil-lage
Engineers, Canale and Gerardi as Public
Auditors and the Schmeling Insurance Agency as
the Village's insurance agency and broker.
Drs. Rudolph Joseph, Bernard Ross, Benedetto
Caruso and Thornton Wilder will serve as Police
Surgeons. Police matrons designated were Mary
Long, Mary Beauford, Elizabeth Campione, Carol
Duffy, Ann Aichelmann, Joyce Watts and Mary
New appointments were Marilyn Roller as Com-mission
for Conservation of the Environment
Chairman, Planning Board Chairman Fred Hager
replacing Raoul Lucca who remains a Board
member, and Edward Voelker as a Board of
Ethics member. Voelker's appointment fulfills
the requirement that a Village officer or
employee sit on the Board.
Reappointments announced were: Sewer and
Sanitation Commission Chairman Robert Bur-ger;
Water and Light Commission Chairman
Henry Altengarten and Commission member Sid-ney
Stark; Park Commission Chairman Thomas
Re; Highway Cotnmision Chairman Norman Schmel-ing
and Commission member Vincent Fortunato
Sr.; Commission on Human Relations Chairman
Charles Friedman and Rev. S. Frank Emanuel,
Rev. Eugene Strebel, J. Albert Williams and
Walter Collins as members; Traffic Safety
Committee Chairman Joseph Gallo and Joseph
Pellicia, Paul Falcone and Vincent Baliunas
members; Electrical Board Chairman Frank
HcKenna and George Hubschmitt, Ludovic Long,
Louis Bello, William Hill, William Cominos
and Peter Meyer as members; Examining Board of
Plumbers Chairman John Marshall and Gil Krog
and Robert Nelson members; and Beautification
Committee Chairman Martha-OeSalvo and Kather-ine
Butterfield, Mabel Charles, Mary Claire,
Judy Condos, Ramona Crook, Angle Cullin, Mary
Giordano, Joan Jeffries, Nancy Lamb, Edel Mar-one,
Estelle and Samuel Meyer, Pat Mooney,
Katherine Parker, Judith Reilly, Isabel Stark
and Helen Warren members.
Village Justice Charles Mehrmann administered
the oath of office to Trustee Dorothy Storm.
This.is a list of some of the services available to Freeport residents with special needs.
If you seek services that do not appear on this list, it is suggested that you phone one
of the following "Referral Services" for additional help in locating a suitable resource.
Department of Senior Citizen Affairs, Freeport
Economic Opportunity Council, 65 West Sunrise
MENTAL HEALTH AND COUNSELING SERVICES
Freeport Memorial Library, Merrick Road and
Ocean Avenue, Freeport, 379-327^.
Information and Referral Service, Mental Health
Association of Nassau County, 186 Clinton Street,
Information and Referral Service, Nassau County
Health Department, 240 Old Country Road, Mineola,
Nassau County Department of Health, Freeport
Health Station, 460 North Main Street, Freeport,
Doctors Hospital (includes emergency treatment),
320 West Merrick Road, Freeport, 378-8500.
Freeport Hospital (consultation and information)
26? South Ocean Avenue, Freeport, 378-149U
A.A. (for information on local chapter), 39
Orchard Street, Manhasset, MA 7-6050.
Al Anon Information Service, 20 Jerusalem Avenue,
Freeport Narcotics Council, 46 North Ocean Ave-nue,
P.R.I.D.E. (drug and alcohol counseling), 16
West Sunrise Highway, Freeport, 546-2822.
Planned Parenthood of Nassau County, 1940 Hemp-stead
Turnpike, East Meadow, 292-8380.
Family Planning Clinic, Nassau County Medical
Center, 2201 Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow,
American Red Cross, 264 Old Country Road, Mineoh
747-3500, PI 7-2740 (weekends and nights).
SENIOR CITIZEN SERVICES
Senior Citizen Unit, Nassau County Department
of Recreation and Parks, Eisenhower Park,
East Meadow, 292-4247.
Nassau County Cow Meadow Park (special activ-ities
for senior citizens), Foot of South Main
Street, Freeport, 292-4247.
South Shore Child Guidance Center (includes
walk in clinic for teenagers and parents), 56
West Merrick Road, Freeport, 868-3030.
Mental Health Clinic, South Nassau Communities
Hospital, 2445 Oceanside Road, Oceanside, RO 4-
Youth Service Project, Family Service Associa-tion
of Nassau County, 17 Buffalo Avenue, Free-port,
Catholic Charities, 50 North Park Avenue, Rock-ville
Jewish Community Services of Long Island, 175
Fulton Avenue, Hempstead, IV 5-5710.
Mental Hygiene Clinic (includes emergency walk-in
service), Nassau County Medical Center, 2201
Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow, 542-2882.
Nassau County Department of Social Services,
Freeport Cooperative Service Center, 65 West
Sunrise Highway, Freeport, 379-6330.
Freeport Economic Opportunity Council, 65 West
Sunrise Highway, Freeport, 379-5900.
Freeport,Corps, Salvation Army, 66 Church Street,
Catholic Charities, 50 North Park Avenue, Rock-ville
Nassau County Law Services Committee, 115 North
Main Street, Freeport, 868-8787.
EMPLOYMENT PLACEMENT AND COUNSELING
New York State Employment Service, 84 North
Main Street, Freeport, 623-1950.
Vocational Center for Women, 1 Old Country Road,
Carle Place, 535-4646.
Vocational Rehabilitation (services for handi-capped),
1000 Franklin Avenue, Garden City,
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