The Long Island Tourism Com-mission
has designated June 6
and 7 as "Freeport Weekend" in
its Spring Flower Festival pro-motion.
Several events are sched-uled
The Freeport Mall will be the
scene of a boat show Saturday,
June 6, 11 am to 4 pm. Several
boat dealers in the Village will
. display their. sail and power
crafts, all flower bedecked in
keeping with the theme. Other
nautical displays will also be
Antique cars will also be on
'display at the Mall on Saturday.
Tours For Non-Residents
On Sunday, both the Freeport
Homefinders Service and the
Freeport Kiwanis Club will be
showing off the Village to out-of -
The Homefinders .Service will
be repeating the popular two-hour
boat tour of the Village's
residential canal with on-board
commentary on, the history of
Freeport and the advantages of
living in the Village of today.
The Kiwanis Club will conduct
a "Nostalgic Showplace House
Tour" with volunteer guides
taking non-residents through
several houses representing
several eras. Hostesses will be
dressed in appropriate costume to
the era of the house. This is a
service project of the Club with
the purpose of introducing non-residents
to the Village.
Both tours will be headquarter-ed
out of the Recreation Center.
"Happening" At Center
The Freeport Arts Council and
Freeport Recreation Depart-ment
have combined efforts to
present a day of free entertain-
"ment for the entire family at the
Recreation Center on Sunday,
June 7, 11 am to 5 pm.
The event will represent the
Council's Annual Creative Arts
Fair. Included will be an indoor/
outdoor Crafts Fair; the opening
of the Council's Annual Art
Show; and performances by the
Little Dance Company, Min-newska
Chamber Music Society,
Long Island Theatre Company,
Sweet Potato Players (for child-ren),
Mid-Islanders Barber Shop
"Freeport Weekend/' June 6-7
Quartet and the Betsy Dickerson join
The Recreation Department
will present a demonstration by
state champions affiliated with
the Schnaar's Gymnastics
Academy and other physical
the "Kids Olympics"
games and sports. Also
youngsters will be a crafts
where they will be shown how to
make floral crafts. There will be a
canoe jousting event in the indoor
pool and a concert by the Larry
fitness activities including aerobic Jones Jazz Combo alongside the
dance. Children will be invited to outdoor pool.
Annual Organization Night, (cont. from Page i>
Charles Mehrmann, Superinten- Long and Edward.VanWagenen.
dent of Public Works Edwin
Prefer, Superintendent of Build-ings
David Lovejoy and Superin-tendent
of Electric Utilities
Robert Burger will remain
Chairman of the Sewer and Sani-tation
Commission for a year and
Fabian Adler a member for five.
Henry Altengarten was re-appointed
a member of the Water
and Light Commission for five
years and will serve as Chairman
for one. Thomas Re will again
serve as Chairman of the Park
Commission for one year and
Angie Cullin will serve as a
member for' five. Seymour
Berger is- a new member of the
Highway Commission for a five
year term and Steward Yanover
was reappointed Chairman for
one year. Dr. Walter Ligon was
reappointed a member of the
Commission on Human Relations
for three years and will serve as
Chairman for one. Also appointed
to three year terms were James
Crittenden and Margaret
O'Connor. Robert Pachas was
newly appointed to the Commis-sion
for the Conservation of the
Environment for five years while
Marilyn Roller will continue as
Chairperson for a year.
Rabbi Lawrence Colton was
reappointed a member of the
Board of Ethics for a term of
John Marshall will again serve as
Chairman of the Plumbing Board
with Gil Krog and William Bate-man
as members for a year.
Michael Kirwan was reappoint-ed
Liaison Officer to the Nassau
County Rent Guidelines Board as
well as Co-ordinator of the Stabil-ization
Task Force, both for a
term of one year. Reappointed to
the Task Force was Thomas De-
Vincenzo, Marion Harvie, Ruth
Haack, Anita Landau, Mari-lynne
Moynihan, Velma John-,
son, Gwen Alexis, Joanne Para-dine
and Lawrence Goldberg.
Kay Benda, Sandy Danziger,
Martha DeSalvo,'john DiGrazia,
Hugh Erwin, Sigmohd Esposito,
Ray Henderson, Helen Jenkins,
Thomas Connors, Helen Rozati,
Harry Gritmon, Nat Mizrahi,
Louise Simpson, Lionel Socolov,
Emmett O'Hare and David Vieser
will constitute the Citizens Cornr
mittee on Community Develop-ment
in the coming year. Clinton
Metz, Wilfred Morin and Robert
Raynor were reappointed to the
historic Landmarks Committee
with Raynor to serve as Chair-man.
William Jakubowski will
again serve as Chairman of the
Architectural Review Board with
Ira Bryck, Peter Epp, Vincent
Gambino and Marion Gottschalk
Dfs. Bernard Ross, Benedetto
continue as Chairman of the
Zoning Board of Appeals for
one year and Fred Hager as a
member for five. John DiGrazia
will serve as Chairman of the
Planning Board for one year and
Edel Marone for five. Frank
McKenna was reappointed Chair-man
of the Electrical Board for
one year and a member for the
same period. Also appointed to
the Board were William Cominos,
William Hill, Dominic Molese,
George Hubschmitt, Ludovic
Prabhakar and Peter Chak were
appointed police surgeons for
one year. Josephine Donnelly,
Mary Volpe and Shron Levy, were
reappointed police matrons. The
firm of Canale and Gerardi were
reappointed the public auditors.
The National Bank of North
America, Chase Manhattan
Bank, Citibank, Long Island Trust
Co. and Chemical Bank were
designated despositories of
Village funds. The Leader was
designated the offical newspaper.
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A Public InfornTattwr^oTfetin
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 8:00 P.M. ...«- . .-.- • .-S.L- v . . i . --WT \j---> f^t+-z- ; . -• - /,
The Board of Trustees meets in
legislative session Mondays,
Village Hall, beginning at 8 pm,
except on a holiday or the eve of
a holiday. While the public is
invited to listen, there is no public
participation at legislative
The Board holds public meet-ings,
at which residents and
taxpayers may bring up any sub-ject,
the first and third Mondays
of each month, beginning at
8 pm at Village Hall. These
meetings are cancelled on a holi-day
or the eve of a holiday. Pub-lic
hearings on specific matters
are held as advertised in advance.
Mayor William White, Trus-tees
Dorothy Storm and Alfred
Sirlin and Village Justice Ralph
Franco received the oath of office
at Monday* night's Annual
Organization Meeting. Each will
serve for four terms.
As the first order of business,
Mayor White once again appoint-ed
Trustee Storm to serve as
,.„.. Department.heads reappointed
for terms of one year where
Budget Director and Village
Assessor James Lyons, Deputy
Village Clerk Henry Gramlich,
Deputy Village Assessor Barry
Dunn, Village Counsel Michael
Solomon, Deputy Village Counsel
Harrison Edwards and V. Roy
Cacciatore, Acting Village Justice
Taking The Oath Of Office
At the Village's Annual Organization Night held on April 6, (top photo)
Village Justice Ralph Franco, left, is sworn into office by Family Court
Judge Patricia Collins. (Middle photo) Mayor William White takes the
oath of office from Judge Franco as Freeport's first full-time Mayor.
(Bottom photo) Trustees Dorothy Storm and Alfred Sirlin are sworn in-to
office. All four gathered the greatest number of votes in the March
. 17 election and were returned to off ice to serve an additional four years
Trustees: Dorothy Storm, Alfred-Sirlin, James Clark, Timothy Peternana
Village Clerk: Thomas DeVincenzo; Treasurer: James J. Lyons; Counsel: Michael Solomon
It is important that property owners and tenants SAVE THE
FOLLOWING INFORMATION FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
SANITATION COLLECTION AREAS
NORTH - North of Randall and Grand Aves.,
including Randall and Grand Aves.
CENTRAL - Between Randall and Grand Aves.
south to Atlantic Ave.
SOUTH - Atlantic Ave. south, including all
(from rear or side only)
Monday and Thursday - North
Tuesday and Friday - Central
Wednesday and Saturday - South
(from curb only)
Wednesday - South
Thursday - North
Friday - Central
*NOTE: WHEN A HOLIDAY FALLS ON A
COLLECTION DAY, GARBAGE WILL BE
PICKED UP ON THE NEXT SCHEDULED
COLLECTION DAY AND TRASH WILL BE
PICKED UP THE FOLLOWING WEEK. Holi-days
observed by the Village are New Year's
Day, Lincoln's Birthday, Washington's Birth-day,
Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day,
Columbus Day, Election Day, Veterans Day,
Thanksgiving and Christmas.
VILLAGE OF FREB^RT SAWT/^N REGULATIONS
1. One and two family residences are limited to seven containers
or bundles per week. Three to 12 family houses are limited
to 12 per week.
2. Garbage will be picked up from rear or side door. There will
be no indoor pickup.
3. Containers may be no larger than 20 gallons.
4. Garbage must be placed in sanitary regulation metal or
plastic containers with handles and covers. Freezing weath-
- er may crack plastic containers for which the. carter can not
be held responsible.
5. Garbage may not be mixed with rubbish.
6. Anything weighing over 75 pounds will not be taken.
7. Sanitation workers are not expected to put themselves in
hazardous situations. Dogs must be taken from yard before
collection and it is the occupant's responsibility to clear
walks of snow and ice or to place cans at curb on day of col-lection.
8. Trash should not be set at the curb until after 6 pm the day
before collection is scheduled.
9. Large items such as refrigerators, stoves, couches, mat-tresses
and other articles or similar bulk or weight requires
a special pickup which must be arranged for in advance by
calling Five Counties at 546-8080.
There is no charge for special pickups. However, excessive
amounts will not be taken in one trip. It is recommended that
homeowners tell the private carters exactly what items are
involved when arranging for a special pickup. The home-owner
may arrange for as many special pickups as necessary
over a period of time to dispose of everything or contract
individually with Five Counties'or-any other private carting
service to remove all at one time at a charge.
10. Garbage or trash placed in oil drums, sugar barrels, card-board
barrels or refrigerator and washing machine cartons
will not be collected.
11. Building demolition debris, concrete, rocks, blacktop,
alteration and contractor waste, roofing, plaster and sod,
will not be collected nor will discarded autos, trucks, any
parts thereof, or battery cases and tires. Residents only may
bring such materials in a .private car or station wagon
to the Village's Transfer Station, Albany Avenue, Monday
through Saturday, 8 am to 4 pm for disposal. No vehicles
with commercial plates allowed.
12.Inflammables or oils, combustible materials such as clean-ing
fluids, chemicals, varnish, explosives, tar paper and
roofing tar, will not be collected and cannot be disposed
of at the Transfer Station.
13. Branches and wood over six inches in diameter or over 4'
long will not be accepted. This includes stumps, tree trunks,
railroad ties, telephone poles, etc. Wood and branches
under these measurements must be tied in bundles, with a
limit of four bundles per collection.
14. No trash collection from apartment dwellings or commercial
establishments. Please call Department of Public Works for
PROCEDURE FOR REQUEST OR COMPLAINT
1. Call Five Counties Carting Co. FIRST. The phone, 546-8080,
is manned from 8 am to 4 pm, weekdays, and 8 am to 1 pm
2. If the matter is not resolved, notify the Department of Public
Works; if urgent by phone (FR 8-4000) but preferably in
3. For suggestions or general comments, WRITE TO: Village
Clerk, Municipal Building, 46 North Ocean Avenue, Free-port,
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