DON'T HURT YOUR VILLAGE
You can make your neighborhood a more pleasant
place to live and increase the value of your
property. You can help the Village of Freeport
to be clean and attractive by observing the
DO'S FOR HOMES AND BUSINESSES
DO maintain your home or business establishment
by painting and repairing. Village Ordinances
require painting of all wooden surfaces to pre-vent
deterioration. This is being strictly en-forced
by the Building Department.
DO maintain your garages and fences and keep
then repaired and painted. Maintain your lawns,
gardens and yards for beauty and. cleanliness.
Pick up all litter including any at curbside.
Cut down weeds between sidewalk and curb.
DO have proper rubbish and garbage receptacles
with covers in sufficient number. All contain- "'
ers must be kept/closed, including the large
commercial dumpster units. • ..
DO remove trash around your house, yard, fence
or hedge. Clean unsightly litter accumulation
from wire fences, bushes and hedges. Put out
trash at curb for Wednesday pick-up each week
(except in a holiday week when Wednesday trash
pick-ups are.-eliminated because garbage is
picked up on that day to offset the holiday).
DO call for special pick-ups for large or bulky
items, such as discarded refrigerators, stoves
and such. Put weeds, leaves, grass cuttings,
etc. in plastic bags for Wednesday pick-up.
00 use litter baskets when you are in the busi-ness
districts. Keep a litter bag in your car
DO report vacant lots that are in need of clean-ing.
Under Village Ordinances if the property
owner does not clean his lot the Village will
have it done by a contractor and the cost will
be charged against the property.
DON'T confuse or nix trash or garbage. Trash is
burnable items only, such as paper, rags, pieces
of wood, and it is to be put out for collection
only on Wednesday.
DON'T put out excessive amounts of trash for
pick-up on one day. If you have a large amount-put
only part of it outside on any Wednesday and
hold the rest for the next Wednesday pick-up.
DON'T put trash out before 6 PM on Tuesday
night prior to Wednesday trash pick-up. DON_'T'
sweep leaves, twigs, grass clippings, etc. into
gutter. Pick them up and put them into closed
containers for trash pick-up.
If 'you are a businessman, DON'T pile boxes and
crates alongside your dumpster. Break them
down to flat unit's and put them in the con-tainers.
Use containers of adequate size to
handle all of your trash.
CALL THE SANITATION OFFICE AT FR 8-4000, EXT.
222 AflY TIME YOU HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT REGULA-TIONS
OR ABOUT WHAT YO.U CAN OR CANNOT PUT OUT
FOR PICMIP. ~ :
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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.
Gala Dedication Set
An open house with activities for the entire
jamily will mark the official dedication of the
Freeport Recreation Center, 130 East ''Wrick
Road, on Saturday, June 21, rain or shine. All
residents are invited to attend.
Beginning at 1pm, the outdoor facilities and all
areas of the Raynor Rock Smith Building will be
the scene of activities showing how they can be
used. The outdoor pools and the indoor pool will
be ussd for demonstrations of life saving pro-cedures,
diving, water polo, water ballet and
clown diving. Residents will also be invited
to sign up for canoe jousting bouts. Staff will
be on hand in the Exercise Room to show visitors
how the equipment available can best be utilized.
The Gymnasium will be the site of a volley ball
contest and a golf driving demonstration. Res-idents
enrolled in the Center's arts and crafts •
Parents of children over the age of three will
be invited to leave their children in the care
of the staff of the Kiddie Club while they tour
the facilities. Live music will add to the
festive occasion and a square dance is tentativ
Mayor William White and other digni-taries
will participate in the dedication cere-monies.
Full details on the June 21 .opening will be
given in the Recreation Department's Summer Bro-chure
to be mailed to every Freeport home short-ly.
The brochure will also outline the activ-ities
scheduled for every age at the Center and
in neighborhood parks during the summer season.
The Center will be closed from Monday, June 16
until the June 21 open house to allow for open-and
Senior Citizens programs will be on hand to ing-preparations.
show how they use the areas set aside for them. • • • • • • •
Village Tours For Residents
In order to familiarize residents with Freeport's There will be no charge but since the tours will
municipally-owned facilities, the Board of Trust- be limited, pre-registration is required. This
ees has designated Saturday, May 31 and Sunday, may be accomplished by calling Mrs. Ruth Stern
June 1, as "Get To Know Your.Village Days." at 223-8000, weekdays between 8:30am and
Children on the trip must be accompanied by an
.Buses will leave the Recreation Center, 130
East Merrick Road, at 10am each of the days,
taking groups to Village Hall, Police Headquar-ters,
Police Court, Power Plant #2, the Sewage
Treatment Plant, Recreation Center, Fire Depart- The Freeport Memorial Library will hold its 3rd
cent Headquarters, Incinerator and Garage. Key
personnel will be on hand at each of the facil-
Annual Outdoor Book Sale on the library grounds,
Saturday, June ? beginning at llara. Among the
ities to guide the visitors and answer any ques- colorful, ballon-bedecked booths, wil-l be found.
tions. The tours will be completed by 2pm, harricovsred books at 250 and" paperbacks at 100,
Trustees: Thomas J. Lovelidge, Ralph P. Franco, Dorothy Storm, Wayne Jordan
Village Clerk: Thomas DeVincenzo -Treasurer: James J. Lyons - Counsel: Oakley Gentry Jr.
New Zoning Board Members, Others,Appointed
The Freeport'Soarci of. Trustees at the Annual Cr-
•(•anization Meeting Aoridj7j".yofted on appointments
of individuals to head up ths Village's Depart-rrients
and to sit on the various Boards, Commis-sions
The Zoning Board of Appeals is composed of five
new members. Chairman is Milton Sanders who was-appointed
.to a term of five years on the Board
end three .years as its head. Mr. Sanders, a res-ident
of Meadow Lane for the past 20 years, is
both an attorney and a certified public account-ant.
He is a partner in the accounting firm of
Sanders & Daniels Co. in Manhattan and serves on
the Board of Directors of the Cosmopolitan Mutual
Insurance Co. .-Long involved in-the mental health
;field,\he; ser:yes;\as. President-lpf- the--;Bbard^bf:.' .-- •-
•Directors of'the Woodward-Mental Health'Center,
Freeport. Mr. Sanders was a member, .of the Vil-lage's
Water and Light Commission from 1963 to
1965..' ' ' ".'.'"'
Victor Cohen was-appointed to the .Board for four
years and as Deputy Chairman for three. A charr-ter
member and former officer of the Freeport
.Harbor Civic Association, he is a partner in the
law firm of Goldman, Horowitz & Cherno, Mineola.
He has served as Special Village Counsel in the--1 -
Fardly Court Judge Patricia Collins congratulates
Trustee Thomas Lovelidge (left) and Trustee Wayne
Jordan after .swearing them into office at the
April Organization Meeting.
Appointed to a three year term was Fred Hager who
rervcs as Assistant to Nassau County Executive
••\3lph Case. Entering government ser ice after H
years in business, he was previously assistant'
the Town of Hempstead Board, Director of the To!
Citizens Service and assistant to Presiding Super-visor
Francis Purcell. He has served as Chairman
of the Village's Planning Board for the past two
years. • ' ' ' • "•--" •
Mrs..Martha DeSalvo, Chairwoman of the Village's
Beautification Committee since 1972, was appoint-ed
to a two year term. An advertising account
representative with Yellow Book Corp., she was
a prime mover in the anti-block busting movement
in the Village in 1971 which successfully brought
in the Secretary of State and the campaign to.-,..;
:solicit cease and desist letters.:, Mrs. DeSalvo =.
of'Directors, the P.t.-A. Executive-Board arid ••-.-.."
the Community'Development Citizens 'Committee.- -,..;*
.Mrs. Dorothy Walsh," who" recently retired after •
18 years service with the Bui-lding Department,
was-appointed to a-one year .term.- A, resident-. •
since. ig'tO, she previously worked for the
/reeport Housing.Authority and.in. the Property -.
. Estate Section of New York City's Welfare De-partment.-
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Village officials and Department heads reappoint-ed
for one year terms-were: :Budget Director and
Assessor'James-. Lyons, Deputy Village Clerk-Henry
Gramlich,. Deputy Treasurer Marie Ba(rbieri,: Dep-.
uty Assessor Barry Dunn, Village Counsel Oakley.-
Gentry Jr.-, Associate Village .Counsel'Michael- .:
Solomon, .Superintendent of Public-Works Edwin .
Preferi Acting-Village Justice Charles Mehrmann,
Code Enforcement Attorney Raymond Lavallee, Super-intendent
of Buildings Louis Sello, Superintendent
of Electric Utilities Ludovic Long and Superintend
dent of Water Distribution Edward Voelker.
Other .appointments and reappointments made were:-
Robert Allyn, Board of Ethics, five years; Robert
Burger, Chairman, Sewer and Sanitation Commission,
one year; Robert Storm, Sewer and Sanitation Com-mission,
five years; Henry Altengarten, Chairman,
Water and Light Commission, one year; Charles
Mahoney, Water and Light Commission, five years;
Thomas Re, Chairman, Park Commission, one year:
John Cunningham, Park Commission, five years:
Angie Cullin, Park Commission, one year; Norman
ochmeling,Chairman, Highway Commission, one year;
Lawrence Camarda, Highway Commission; five years;
Charles Friedman, Chairman, Commission on Humen
tions, one year; Shirley 'Crittendon, Dr.
er Ligon and Margaret O'Connor, Commission
on Human Relations, three years; Sara Holly,
Mary Kelly Hall and J. Lawrence Gumbs, Comis^-
sion on Human Relations, two years;..Peter Fried,
Commission for Conservation of the Environment,
ers; Gil Krog and Robert Nelson, Examining Board
of Plumbers, one year; Mary Giordano, Chairwoman,
Beautification Committee, one year; Katherins
Butterfield, Mary Claire, Ramona Crook, Joan Jef-fries,
Nancy Lamb, Edel Marone, Estelle and Sam-uel
Meyer, Katherine Parker, Judith Reilly, Isa-bella
Stark, Helen vi'arren, Marge McKeown and
Mary OstVosky, Beautification Committee, one year;
Bernard Ames, Chairman, Economic Development Com-mittee,
one year; and Sig Feile,'Sara Holly, V.A.
Khanamirian, George Krakora', Roger Roddy Jr.,
Robert Sweeney and Leo Young, Economic Develop-ment
Committee, one year.
Former Trustee George'Fairberg (left), who re- -
tired last month after 21 years of government -
service, congratulates .Trustee Ralph Franco on •
his^ appointment 'as Deputy 'Mayor* " ' ••• • . •"'•
five years; Frank Rzucidlo, Commission for Con-servation
of the'Environment, two-years; Mari- •
lyn Roller,'Chairwoman, Commission for. Conser-vation
"of the-Environment, one year; John Di .
Gra'zia, Chairman, Planning^B.oard, one y.ear- and .
member, five years; George Wblder> Housing Au- •
thorityy two -years;- Frank McKenna,- Chairman,:. .
Electrical1 Board;: George .Hubschmitt,. Ludovic " .
Long,"Louis Bello, William Hill,'William Cominos
and Peter Meyer,'Electrical Board, one year;- .
John Marshall, Chairman, Examining Board of Plumb-
.Still.to.be designated' are -the Chairmen and
bers, of the "T;enan.£-L'a"ri'dlo'r.'d .Guidelines' Cdirnn'ittes ::
and the Recreation- Programs -Committee 'as -weil-:as- '"
the replacement 'for Board 'of Ethics Chairman Tred-weli
Hopkins'who is leaving -the Village. -•• ....-••
Redesignated for one year terms were Baldwin &' .. '
Cornelius Co., Village Engineers; 'Canale & Gerar-di,
-Public Audi-tors; Schmeling'Agency^ Inc., In-,
surance '-Agent arid Broker; 'Drs'. Rudolph Joseph, •'.-• '
Bernard Ross, Benedetto-:Caruso-and Thornton Walker,
Police Surgeons; and Mary Long, Elizabeth 'Carapione,
Carol Duffy, Ann Aichelmann,: Joyce Watts and Mary '
Volpe, Police Matrons. '
The National Bank of North America, Chase Manhattan.
Bank, First ^National City, Long Island Trust Com-pany
and Chemical Bank were-redesignated deposit-ories'o'f
Village funds. -'
The long Island 'Kernel -;is the Official Newspaper
from, April 7 to September 30 and The -Leader from
October 1 to March 41, 1976.,-;.':. - •-;. ' ';
.The Recreation Department-is sppnsoring.;'an adult - '
trip to Liberty Village in Flemington, N.J;',"Jhurs-day,
June 25. The fee of 558 covers bus transport-ation
and lunch at the Spread Eagle Inne. Those
taking the trip will, spend the rest of the day
shopping for bargains at Stengl Pottery and at
the other shops in the complex which is trade up
of fine replicas in the early American tradition
to today's modern design.
The bus will, leave the Recreation Center at 8:30 am
and return at approximately 6:30pm. Advance reser-vations
are required and nay be obtained by calling
Mrs. Ruth Stern, 223-8000, weekdays between 8:30am
•and A-:-30pm»" All participants must have'a Free-port
Recreation Activity Card.
Public meetings of the Board of Trustees during
the months of June, July, August and September,
are held the first Monday of the month at 9pm,
Village Hall, unless tn;<t day is 3 holiday or tne
•!ve of a holiday.
Tho Board will continue to vote in public esch
1'onday at 7:30pm. In Cctober the oublic meeting
schedule will return to the first ?ind third lvion-
•!?ys of each month.
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