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of Flower Hill


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1 Bonnie Heights Road
Manhasset, NY 11030

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TEL: (516) 627-5000
FAX: (516) 627-5470

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Mayor
Elaine Phillips

Deputy Mayor
Robert McNamara

Trustees
Randall Rosenbaum
Karen Reichenbach

Eileen Mills

Gary Lewandowski

Village Justice
Hon. J. Bruce Byrne
Hon. Dennis Reisman, Acting Justice

Village Attorney
Jeffrey Blinkoff

Village Administrator
Ronnie Shatzkamer

Village Treasurer
Kathy Wade

Highway Superintendent
Scott Hislop


Highway Dept.

Richard Falcones

Kevin Kothe

Alexander Marra


Court Clerk
Ann Lauria-Smith

Registrar of Vital Statistics

John Walter

Board of Zoning Appeals

Michael Sahn, Chair

Peter Cotelides

Diane Turner

William Clemency

Dr. Arnold Goldman

Alt: Dr. Glen Rubin

Planning Board

Rhoda Becker, Chair

Jennifer Rimmer

Larry Lioz

John Ghize

Charles Vachris

 


   
Public Notice
 

 

NEXT BOARD OF TRUSTEES

MEETING

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2014

8 pm

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Board of Zoning Appeals

Next meeting September 17, 2014

at 7:30

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Architectural Review Committee Meeting

Monday, AUGUST 25, 2014

7:00 PM

PUBLIC HEARING

VILLAGE OF FLOWER HILL

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing of the Architectural Review Committee of the Village of Flower Hill will be held on the 25th day of August,  2014 at 7:00 PM at the Village Hall, 1 Bonnie Heights Road, Manhasset, NY for the purpose of considering the following new applications

    • O’Sullivan, 336 Nassau Avenue: 1 story addition, relocate garage
    • Bhutta, 5 Waring Drive: New driveway, walkway, rear entry
    • Arhaus, 15-25 Port Washington Blvd.: Retail furniture store
    • Fani, 9 Center Drive: raised deck, second story addition
    • Khorana, 113 Dartmouth Road: 2 story addition, new driveway, portico
    • Pugliese, 54 Mason Drive: enclose rear patio
    • Jagwani, 165 Northwoods Road: 2 story rear addition, new portico & façadeReferral by Zoning Board
      1. Strianese, 64 Elderfields Road: New one family dwelling
      2. Palatnick, 88 Country Club Drive: 2 story addition

This meeting is open to the public. Persons who may suffer from a disability which would prevent them from participating in said hearing should notify Ronnie Shatzkamer, Village Clerk, at (516) 627-5000 in sufficient time to permit such arrangements to be made to enable such persons to participate in said hearing.

Ronnie Shatzkamer, Village Administrator

Flower Hill, New York

Dated: August 20, 2014

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Village Justice Court

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

6:30 pm

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VILLAGE OF FLOWER HILL OPENS NEW BASKETBALL COURT

 

On Wednesday, July 2 , the Village of Flower Hill will proudly cut the ribbon and dedicate the new basketball court located on the south side of Stonytown Road in Flower Hill Park. 

Senator Jack Martins did the ribbon cutting honors as the Village is grateful to him for securing a State Dormitory Authority Grant which contributed to a portion of the cost.  The full size court is open to all residents of Nassau County, as is the entire park. 

 

Mayor Elaine Phillips of Flower Hill noted that there were no basketball courts available for public play outside of the area public schools.  According to the Mayor, “This will be a great recreational opportunity for all residents of the Port Washington peninsula.”

 

The completion of the court could not have been done without the assistance of the following volunteers. Former Village Trustee and architect, Norman Glavas, created the original park recreational plan and created architectural drawings for the project.  Village resident and arborist Ann Frankel is responsible for the lovely landscaping plans. Most vital to the project is Village resident and engineer Charles Vachris.  Charlie created the engineering plans and worked closely with the contractor and the county to make this vision into a reality. An avid college and current basketball player, Charlie did this all on his own time at no cost to the Village. Because of his continuing civic responsibility and his love of the game, the Village is dedicating the Basketball Court to him.

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COMMERCIAL MOSQUITO SPRAY SERVICES REQUIRE YOU TO BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR

In recent weeks we have been seeing advertising for a new type of service offering mosquito spraying of private properties.  State law requires the company to notify neighboring properties of the date and alternate dates of the spray. You may have received a postcard or letter if your neghbors are using this service. The Village has no control over these companies as State law forbids us from any regulation.

As no time window is required to be give, nor notification if the spray will take place on an alternate date, we are asking that if you engage this service for your property, you notify your immediate neighbors of the actual date and time of the spray so they can close windows, keeps children and pets out of their yards and remove toys and furnishings.

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NOTICE FOR ROSLYN RESIDENTS OF FLOWER HILL

WATER RESTRICTIONS FOR 2014

Roslyn residents of Flower Hill will be limited to watering lawns from

8 am to 10 am, odd/even days only

Because of the necessity of shutting down two wells because of contamination, these restrictions are required to ensure a safe and adequate supply of drinking water.  Hand watering may be done for two hours only, odd/even days between the hours of 4pm to 10am

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SAFETY ALERT

In light of the recent burglaries that have occurred in the area.  The police have asked that we share a few home security tips to help keep your homes and families safe.

BURGLARY PREVENTION SAFETY TIPS

If you see or even suspect something, please call 911.

The police have assured us that additional patrol cars have been assigned to our area, but they have also asked for our help.  You are the eyes and ears of your neighborhood and any tip can lead to solving this recent rash of burglaries.  No call is unwarranted if you suspect something.

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LONG ISLAND SPORTS CARS OPENS IN FLOWER HILL

Mayor Phillips cuts the ribbon at Flower Hill's newest business. From left to right: Building Architect Anthony DiProperzio, Mayor Phillips, Long Island Sportscar owner Simon Rodd, Village Administrator Ronnie Shatzkamer, Building Superintendent James Gilhooly.

(photo by Tab Hauser)

Public Announcements

To Pay Taxes Online Click Here

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WARNING - DO NOT TOUCH NEW PSEG POLES

the poles have been treated with pentachlorophenol, a wood preservative known as penta that can be harmful if ingested.  Please warn children not to play around poles.  If poles are touched, wash hands immediately.

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The Draft of the Village 2014 Storm Water Management Program Annual Report (SWMPAR) is now available for public review at Village Hall. The Draft SWMPAR can also be accessed from the link below. Comments on the Draft SWMPAR can be submitted to Village Hall and (516) 627-5000. The Village Storm Water Management Program Plan Documents are also available for public review at Village Hall.

2014 Storm Water Management Program Annual Report (SWMPAR)

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2014-15 VILLAGE BUDGET ADOPTED

GO TO TAX/FINANCIAL INFO

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PSEG Long Island Port Washington-Great Neck Overhead Transmission Project


Please call 311 or 516-869-6311 if you have any questions.

Click here for more info

Project Fact Sheet

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CALL BEFORE YOU DIG

811

Before you plant a tree, install sprinklers or do any digging on your property, make sure you are not interfering with utility lines. This free service will locate all uitilities on your property so you can proceed safely.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

VILLAGE OF FLOWER HILL

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the following are the dates of the regular

meetings of the Board of Trustees of the Inc. Village of Flower Hill

(all meetings begin at 8:00 pm):

Jan. 6 July 7
Feb. 3  Aug. 4  
Mar. 3 Tu, Sept. 2
 Apr. 7 Oct. 6  
May 5   Nov. 3
June 2 Dec. 1

By Order of the Board of Trustees

Ronnie Shatzkamer, Village Administrator

Flower Hill, New York

Dated: January 1, 2014

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GARBAGE , RUBBISH, TRASH, AND RECYCLING REGULATIONS

For Garbage Pickup Problems Please Call
Meadow Carting at (516) 338-0121
Trash will be picked up at side or rear of your home, do not leave at the end of your driveway.
PICK-UP IS SCHEDULED 3 TIMES A WEEK

Monday, Wednesday and Friday:

ALL OF PORT WASHINGTON AREA, ROSLYN AREA: MIDDLE NECK ROAD AND ALL AREAS EAST,

MANHASSET AREA: STONYTOWN ROAD AND ALL AREAS NORTH
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday:

ALL OF MANHASSET AREA SOUTH OF STONYTOWN ROAD,

ROSLYN AREA BETWEEN PORT WASHINGTON BLVD & MIDDLE NECK ROAD
Click Here for More on The Village Recycling Rules

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FLOWER HILL WOMEN'S CLUB EVENTS

For more information

please contact Deanna Durso 516-365-6858

Djdurso@aol.com

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The Vincent Smith School

322 Port Washington Blvd.

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is happy to announce their 2014-2015 Admissions Open Houses: 

                Saturday, October 25, 2014                          Noon – 3pm

                Saturday, March 7, 2015                                Noon – 3 pm

                Wednesday, May 6, 2015                             7:00 pm – 9: 00 pm 

Now accepting applications for Fall, 2014, including 3rd grade. Addressing the needs of students with learning disabilities such as ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome and expressive and receptive language issues. With differentiated instruction, small, supportive classes, a structured environment, college and career counseling and unique social cognition skills training, the Vincent Smith School helps boys and girls through the 12th grade. 85% of students go onto college. Meet with administrators, faculty, parents and students to learn why they are the premier Long Island school for children with learning disabilities. Visit on one of the Open House Dates or call to schedule a private tour or to obtain additional information:  (516) 365-4900.

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RED FOX SIGHTINGS IN VILLAGE

Many people have reported seeing foxes on their property and around the Village particularly at dawn and dusk. This is a very good thing environmentally speaking.  The foxes are beneficial to us as they feed on mice, rats and insects. In our area, rodents spread Lyme Disease so foxes are a good defense for us. 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON LOCAL RED FOXES

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