RECREATION NEWS con't.
Numerous athletic activities are scheduled for the summer.
Leagues will be organized fo r boys and gi rls in Softball, volleyball,
kickball and basketball. Archery instruction will be given eachMonday
at 2 PM at Northeast Parkandeach W ednesday at 2 PM at Randall Park.
The Adult Men's Softball League will play each evening under lights at
the Northwest Park, and the Men's Slowball League will operate Mon-days
thru Wednesdays at Northeast. Women's Softball will be played
atR andall on Thursdays-evenings. Spectators are cordially invited to
attend these activities.
A top-flight men's Open B asketballT ournament will be held un-der
lights at Northeast and Northwest Parks in the latter part of July.
FREEPORT TEEN-AGE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
Freeport's own Teen-age Employment Service, which is being
co-sponsored by the Freeport C hamber of C ommerce and the Village
Recreation Department, has already taken applications from some one
hundred teen-age boys and girls who are looking for full-time and part-time
This terrific demand indicates c learly the large number of teen-agers
interested, able and ready to go to work.
Office hours will be conducted through out the summer months.
Any family, business or industry looking for that extra person to do
the chores, may contact the employment service, Fr. 8-2003 at this
time: Monday afternoons, 1-3 PM; Wednesday and Friday mornings,
PARENTS & GUARDIANS TAKE HEED
1. Teach the children the meaning of Traffic Lights and Signs.
2. Teach the children to cross at the crossings.
3. Warn the children of the dangers of crossing between parked cars.
4. Warn the children of the danger of running into the roadway.
5. Warn the children of the dangers of "HITCHING RIDES".
6. Warn the children of the dangers of playing games in the roadway.
7. Warn the children of the dangers of careless bicycle riding.
8. Show the children a good example by obeying the traffic lights
9. Show the children the safest route to play areas.
10. Take the very young children to safe play areas.
11. If you drive a car, be doubly alert near schools and play areas.
12. Obey the rules of Safe Driving - Protect our youngsters.
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P ublished monthlv by the Village of Freeport
Vol. No. 5-7 & 8 July & August, 1956
PROTECTION FOR THE CHILDREN
One of Freeport's efficient School Crossing Guards, Ethel
Perucci on duty at Ocean Avenue and Pine Street.
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Wednesday, June 20th, 1956 Meeting
1. Appeal and application filed by Lawrence I. Hirsch, 18 Willow
brook Lane, Freeport, for variance from Ordinance 10.1, Sec. 5 (G),
to permit one-story extension to present structure on side rear of plot
without required side yard width. Granted
2. Appeal and application filed by Eugene I. Settle, 38 Ray Street,
for variance from O rdinance 10. 1, Sec. 6 (G) 1, to permit erection of
frame carport without required side yard width. Denied
3. Appeal and application filed by M onarch Tire Corp. , 251 N.Main
St., Freeport, for variance from Ordinance 10.1, Sec. 14 - 7(.c),to
permit erection of ground sign in front of premises to height of 13".
4. Appeal and application filed by Aaron I. A. Cohen & Alma F.
Cohen, 625 S. Long Beach Ave. , Freeport, for variance from Ordin-ance
10. 1 Sec. 6 (D), to permit conversion of premises 625 S. Long
Beach Ave. , to two-family dwelling w ithout required plot area. (res.
"A" District) Granted with restrictions.
5. Appeal and application filed byF rank C . Zero, 31 New,York Ave.,
Freeport, for variance from Ordinance 10. 1, Sec. 6 (D) to permit con-version
of premises 120 Glenada Court, F reeport, to two-family dwell-ing
without required pi ot area. (Res. "A" District) A d j our ned next hearing
6. Appeal and application filed by Dr. Irving Davis, 483 N.Brook-side
Ave., Freeport, for variance from O rdinance 10.1, Sec. 12-4
(a) A, to permit erection of 32 feet of 6-foot and 14feet of 4-foot stock-ade
fence along property line o n Prince Ave. (Res. "AA" District)Grant-ed.
7. Appeal and application filed by Sterling MerrickCorp. , 95 West
Sunrise Highway, Merrick, N. Y. , for variance from Ordinance 10.1,
Sec. 6 (a) and 6 (b) 1, to permit extension of commercial building lo-cated
at 530 Ray St. , Freeport (Thompson Aircraft Tire Corp. ,Lessee)
eastward for a distance of 50 feet plus 10 feet, to be used for a yard
with parking space in rear. (Berman & Tomaselli, Attys.) Adjourned
next hearing July 18th.
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The following is the Building Report for the month of May, 1956.
58 Permits issued for new construction Cost $708, 825X0
28 Permits issued for additions & Alterations " 26,215.00
Total 735,040. 00
There seems to be many offenders of Village Ordinance 7. 3-
SWEEPING REFUSE INTO STREETS. "No person shall throw, deposit,
sweep or cause the accumulation of ashes, refuse, debris, dirt, grass
clippings,le aves, waste or garbage upon any street, sidewalk or public
Failure to conn ply with this ordinance, helps to retard the flow of
stormwater along the guttersto the catch basins and should the practice
continue the Police will be compelled to issue summons.
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UNDER ZONING OR DINANCE #10.1 by substitution with sub-division
7 (A), (the following p revision is made) "home occupations pro-viding
such use shall be conducted in the principal building, do not use
hired personnel, use no visible advertising thereof, except such signs as
are permitted under Ord. #1 0. 1, Section 14, subdiv. 2(A) create no traf-fic
congestion and further provided that a permit for such use shall be
obtained from the Village Clerk in c onformity with the provisions
of Ord. #6. 1, prior to engaging upon such occupation.
Should you be conducting a home occupation, be sure to obtain a
permit as required by the above ORDINANCE.
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RECREATION DEPT. NEWS
The Village Recreation Department has had a large registration
of youngsters, teen-agers and adults for its daily program functioning
in Northeast, N orthwest andRandallP arks f r om 9 AM-12 Noon, 1-5PM,
and 7-10 PM, and at Holy Redeemer from 9 AM-12 Noon. All residents
are invited to enjoy the va ried p rogram in which daily activities are sched-uled
for each age level. A special Tiny Tot program is functioning from
10 AM-12 Noon for children ages 5-7. Golden Agers over 60, are in-vited
to meetings each Tuesday afternocn at Randall Park.
Friday evening family square dances will be held beginning July
6 at Northeast Park, July 13 atNorthwest Park, July 20 at Randall Park,
July 27 at Northeast, August 3r d atNorthwest and August 10th at Randall.
Special entertainment and community-wide talent show will also be a
feature of Square Dance night.
Outdoor movies are scheduled to be shown at 8:45 PM atRandall,
Mondays, July 2nd, July 16th and July 3 Oth, and August 13th atNorthwest
on Tuesdays, July 3rd, July 17th, July 31st and August 14th; and at North-east
on Wednesday, July 18th, August 1st and August 15th.
The Recreation D epartment has scheduled a trip a week including
Jones Beach, Bronx Zoo, Fire Island, Yankee Stadium, fishing trips
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