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NOTICE OF ANNUAL
SCHOOL DISTRICT
MEETING
AND
ANNUAL ELECTION
OF MEMBERS OF THE
BOARD OF EDUCATION
AND
PUBLIC HEARING
PLAINEDGE UNION
FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT TOWN OF OYSTER BAY
COUNTY OF NASSAU,
NEW YORK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual meeting of the qualified voters
of the Plainedge Union
Free School District, Nassau County, New York, will
be held on May 19, 2015, at
the Plainedge High School,
Wyngate and Peony Drives,
North Massapequa, New
York, for the following purposes: a) To vote upon the annual
school budget for the year
2015-2016 and to authorize
the levying of a tax upon
the taxable property of the
district for the foregoing
purposes.
b) To elect three (3) members to the Board of Education for a term of three
(3) years, commencing
July 1, 2015 and expiring
June 30, 2018, to fill the
positions presently occupied by Maryann Capone,
Mary Lowe and Dennis
Gustafson.
c) To vote upon the following resolution:
RESOLVED, that the library budget proposed by
the Board of Trustees of the
school district library and
the levy of a tax therefore in
accordance with Section
259ofthe Educa-
tion Law shall be approved.
d) To elect one (1) member
to the Board of Trustees of
the Plainedge School District Public Library; to fill
a five (5) year term commencing July 1, 2015 and
expiring June 30, 2020. To
vote upon such other propositions as may properly
come before the meeting.
e) To vote upon the following proposition:
RESOLVED, that the Board
of Education be authorized
to expend out of the capital
reserve fund established on
June 29, 2009, a sum not to
exceed $4,245,465 for the
purpose of: replacement
of Plainedge High School
Roof; classroom renovations at Eastplain Elementary School; classroom
renovations at John H.

West Elementary School;
classroom renovations at
Charles E. Schwarting Elementary School; classroom/
courtyard renovations at
Plainedge High School;
classroom/courtyard renovations at Plainedge Middle
School; electrical upgrades
at Eastplain Elementary
School, John H. West Elementary School, Charles
E. Schwarting Elementary
School, Plainedge High
School and Plainedge
Middle School; HVAC
upgrades at Eastplain Elementary School, John H.
West Elementary School,
Charles E. Schwarting Elementary School, Plainedge
High School and Plainedge
Middle School; plumbing
upgrades at Eastplain Elementary School, John H.
West Elementary School,
Charles E. Schwarting Elementary School, Plainedge
High School and Plainedge
Middle School; and hazardous material abatement
at Eastplain Elementary
School, John H. West Elementary School, Charles
E. Schwarting Elementary
School, Plainedge High
School and Plainedge Middle School, and purchase
and installation of interactive whiteboards, Districtwide window replacement,
District-wide door replacement, District-wide lighting
replacement, District-wide
floor replacement, Districtwide fencing, District-wide
drainage and plumbing upgrades, District-wide masonry, cement and blacktop,
District-wide security, fire
alarm, and public address
system upgrades, Districtwide heating, ventilating
and air conditioning upgrades, District-wide electrical upgrades, Districtwide renovation of interior
walls including all labor,
materials, equipment, apparatus, and incidental
costs thereof.
f) To vote upon the
following proposition:
RESOLVED, that the Board
of Education, pursuant
to Education Law section
3651, be authorized to establish a Capital Reserve
Fund known as the “Capital Reserve Fund II” for the
purpose of roof replacement, window replacement, toilet room renovations, masonry/concrete
replacement, door replacement, floor replacement,
wall replacement, mirror
replacement, classroom

renovation, library/multi
media center renovation,
electrical, plumbing, heating/ ventilation renovations,
boiler replacements, elevators, carpentry renovations,
security system upgrades,
additions/renovations for
expansion of instructional and non-instructional
space, site renovations/
reconstruction, site and
athletic field renovations/
reconstruction including
drainage, lockers/locker
room renovations, gymnasium reconstruction, computer/ technology upgrades,
public address/clock system
replacement, telephone system upgrades, hazardous
material remediation, auditorium renovations, storage
renovations, furnishings
and equipment incidental
to said projects.
The maximum amount
of the aforesaid Capital
Reserve Fund II shall be
$25,000,000, plus investment income and the probable term is to be 10 years;
the funds are to be transferred from the Insurance
Reserve fund in a sum not
to exceed $1,522,734, the
Retirement Reserve Fund
in a sum not to exceed
$2,500,000, and from the
Workman’s Compensation
Reserve Fund in a sum not
to exceed $2,600,000 for the
2014-2015 budget year and
thereafter from (a) surplus
monies remaining in unreserved undesignated fund
balance in the general fund
in an annual amount of not
more than $2,500,000 for
each remaining year of
the probable term and/or
(b) lawful transfers from
other reserves maintained
by the School District in
an amount not to exceed
$2,500,000 in the aggregate each year. Upon the
establishment and funding
of said reserve, the Superintendent of Schools or his/
her designee shall be directed to deposit monies of this
reserve fund in a separate
bank account to be known
as the “Capital Reserve
Fund II”.
NOTICE IS GIVEN that
the Board of Education will
hold a public hearing on
May 5, 2015, at 8:00 PM in
the Plainedge High School
located at Wyngate Drive,
Massapequa, New York, for
the purpose of explaining
expenditure of funds and
the budgeting therefore relative to the appropriation
of necessary funds to meet

the necessary expenditures
of said school district for
school year 2015-2016.
NOTICE IS GIVEN that
the Library Board will hold
a public hearing on May
11, 2015, at 7:00 P.M. at the
Plainedge Library located
on Hicksville Road, Massapequa, New York, for the
purpose of discussing expenditure of funds and the
budgeting therefore relative to the appropriation of
necessary funds to meet the
necessary expenditures of
said library for the school
year 2015-2016 at which
time and which place all
persons interested in the
subject matter thereof concerning the same will have
an opportunity to be heard.
NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN
that the annual meeting
and election shall be conducted by voting on propositions and candidates on
voting machines on said
May 19, 2015, commencing
at 6:00 AM and ending at
9:00 PM.
AND NOTICE IS ALSO
GIVEN that a copy of the
statement of the amount
of money which will be required for the ensuing year
for school purposes (school
budget) exclusive of public
monies, and copies of propositions to be voted upon,
may be obtained by any taxpayer in the district during
the fourteen (14) days immediately preceding the annual meeting, except Saturday, Sunday or holidays, at
each schoolhouse in which
school is maintained during the hours of 8:00 A.M.
to 4:00 P.M. The aforesaid
budget statement shall contain the amount of money
to be paid to the Plainedge
School District Library for
library services for the year
beginning July 1, 2015. A
Real Property Tax Exemption Report prepared in
accordance with Section
495 of the Real Property
Tax Law will be annexed to
any tentative/preliminary
budget as well as the final
adopted budget of which it
will form a part; and shall
be posted on District bulletin board(s) maintained for
public notices, as well as on
the District’s website.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER
NOTICE that nominations
for the office of member of
the Board of Education and
office of member of the Library Board, shall be made
by petition subscribed by at
least thirty-seven (37) qualified voters of the District,
stating the residence of each
signer and the name and

residence of the candidate.
The nominating petition
for the office of member
of the Board of Education
shall also describe the specific vacancy on the Board
of Education for which the
candidate is nominated,
which description shall include at least the length of
the term of the office and
the name of the last incumbent, if any. No person shall
be nominated for more
than one separate office.
The nominating petition
must be filed in the office of
the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 AM
and 5:00 PM not later than
April 20, 2015.
AND NOTICE IS ALSO
GIVEN that the Board of
Registration of this School
District shall meet at the office of the District Clerk at
the Plainedge District Office as set forth in this notice
of meeting, between 3:00
PM and 7:00 PM on May
14, 2015 for the purpose of
preparing a register of the
qualified voters entitled to
vote at the school meeting
and election for which such
register is prepared in the
manner provided by Section 2014 of the Education
Law. At this time, any person shall be entitled to have
his/her name placed upon
such registry provided
that at such meeting of the
Board of Registration, he/
she is known, proven to the
satisfaction of the Board of
Registration, to be then or
thereafter entitled to vote
at the annual district election for which such register
is prepared. The register
so prepared will be filed in
the office of the Clerk of the
District, and such register
will be open for inspection on each of the five (5)
days prior to the day set
for voting on the budget
and election, between the
hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00
PM except Saturday when
it will be available between
the hours of 10:00 AM and
12:00 PM.
Registration of voters for
the 2015-16 annual school
meeting and election shall
also be held in the office
of the District Clerk at
Plainedge’s Administrative
building from 9:00 AM
to 3:30 PM on days when
school is in session. Such
registration shall not take
place less than five days
preceding the school meeting and election.
AND NOTICE IS ALSO
GIVEN that a person shall
be entitled to vote at the
annual meeting and election

who is a citizen of the
United States, eighteen
years of age, a resident of
the school district for a
period of thirty days next
preceding the election he
offers to vote and registered
to vote for said election. A
person shall be registered to
vote if he or she shall have
permanently registered
with the Nassau County
Board of Elections or with
the School District’s Board
of Registration. Only persons who shall be registered
shall be entitled to vote.
AND NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the
Board of Registration will
meet during the hours of
voting at the Annual District Meeting and Election
on May 19, 2015, at the polling place in the election district for the purpose of preparing a register for district
meetings or elections to be
held subsequent to May 19,
2015. Said register shall include (1) all qualified voters of the district who shall
present themselves personally for registration, and
(2) all previously qualified
voters of the district who
shall have been previously
registered for any annual or
special district meeting or
election held or conducted
at any time within the four
calendar years 2011-2014
prior to preparation of said
register.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER
NOTICE that the election
shall be held in accordance
with the Education Law
and the Rules for the Conduct of Meetings and Elections adopted by the Board
of Education.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER
NOTICE that any proposition or question to be placed
upon the voting machines
shall be submitted in writing by petition subscribed
by at least 93 qualified voters of the District and filed
in the Office of the Clerk
of the District between the
hours of 9:00 A.M. and 5:00
P.M. not later than April 20,
2015. This rule shall not
apply to those questions or
propositions, which are required to be stated in the
published or posted notice
of the meeting or to those
propositions or questions,
which the Board of Education has authority to present at any annual or special
meeting of the district.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER
NOTICE that applications
for absentee ballots for the
school budget vote and

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election of board members
may be applied for at the
office of the District Clerk.
Such application must be
received by the District
Clerk at least seven days
before the election if the
ballot is to be mailed to the
voter, or the day before the
election if the ballot is to be
delivered personally to the
voter. A list of all persons
to whom absentee ballots
shall have been issued will
be available in the office of
the District Clerk prior to
the day of the election except Sundays. No absentee
voter’s ballot shall be canvassed unless it shall have
been received in the office
of the District Clerk not
later than 5:00 PM on the
day of the election.
Dated: March 19, 2015
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF EDUCATION
OF PLAINEDGE
Plainedge, New York
UNION FREE SCHOOL
DISTRICT
TOWN OF OYSTER BAY
COUNTYOF NAS-
SAU, NEW YORK
CAROLINE FRATRIK
DISTRICT CLERK
4x 4/1/15, 4/22/15, 5/6/15,
5/13/15 #564-POST

Notice of formation Swat
Mosquito Control LLC filed
with the Secretary of State of
New York (2/27/15) Office
location: Nassau. SSNY has
designated as agent of the
LLC upon whom process
against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail a copy of
process to the LLC, 2294
Washington Ave., Seaford
NY 11783.
6x 4/29/15 #557-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT: NASSAU COUNTY
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.;
Plaintiff(s)
vs. ANDREW R. TASSO;
KAREN TASSO; LORI
ZIRKELBACH; et al;
Defendant(s)
Attorney (s) for Plaintiff
(s): ROSICKI, ROSICKI
& ASSOCIATES, P.C., 2
Summit Court, Suite 301,
Fishkill, New York, 12524,
845.897.1600
Pursuant to judgment of
foreclosure and sale granted
herein on or about July 24,
2014, I will sell at Public
Auction to the highest bidder at Calendar Control Part
(CCP) Courtroom of the Supreme Court, 100 Supreme

Court Drive, Mineola, NY
11501.
On May 19, 2015 at 11:30
am.
Premises known as 448
ROOSEVELT AVENUE,
MASSAPEQUA PARK, NY
11762
Section: 48 Block: 343
Lot: 295
ALL that certain plot, piece
or parcel of land, situate, and
being at Massapequa, in the
Town of Oyster Bay, County
of Nassau and State of New
York, known and designated
as said by lots 42, 43, 44
and part of Lot 41 in Block
No. 2 on a certain map entitled, “Map of Massapequa
Park, Section “A”, situated
at Massapequa, New York,
surveyed in October 1972 by
Baldwin and Cornellius Co.
Inc., Freeport, New York,
and filed in the Office of the
Clerk of Nassau County on
November 15, 1922 as Map
No. 758.
As more particularly described in the judgment of
foreclosure and sale.
Sold subject to all of the
terms and conditions contained in said judgment and
terms of sale.
Approximate amount of
judgment $319,789.97 plus
interest and costs.
INDEX NO. 10717-13
Jane P. Shrenkel, Esq., REFEREE 4x 5/6/15 #578-POST

Notice is hereby given
that a license, number 1285323, for beer,
wine and liquor has been
applied for by the undersigned to sell beer,
wine and liquor at
retail in a restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 3103
& 3105 N. Jerusalem Rd,
Levittown, NY 11756,
County of Nassau, for on
premises consumption at
GGNGJG Enterprises Inc.,
3103 & 3105 N. Jerusalem
Rd, Levittown, NY 11756.
2x 4/29/15 #581-POST

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE BUSINESS
MANAGER TO
APPROPRIATE FUNDS
FROM FUTURE BOND
RESERVE ACCOUNT
Resolution from Board
Meeting Dated: March 11,
2015
The following resolution
was offered by Joseph T.
Tricarico and seconded by
Thomas P. Hand
WHEREAS, under Section
215 of Town Law and Secof

tion 225.3 of the Nassau
County Civil Divisions Act,
the Board of Commissioners
constitute the appropriating governing body of the
Massapequa Water District
and shall have and exercise
all power and duties as are
conferred or imposed upon
it; and
WHEREAS, the Board of
Commissioners previously
approved and appropriated funds to be set aside
for the purposes of Future
Bond Reserves Account in
accordance with Section
6-c of General Municipal
Law; and
WHEREAS, effective March
11, 2015, the Future Bond
Reserve had a balance of
$151,765.25; and
WHEREAS, in lieu of bonding, the Board of Commissioners wish to appropriate funds from the Future
Bond Reserve Account for
the Brooklyn Ave Cleaning
Painting and Repair Contract which was approved at
the March 11, 2015 Board
meeting; and
WHEREAS, funds from the
Future Bond Reserve Account can be appropriated
to fund current capital improvements thus, obviating
the need for the increased
payments of principal and
interest necessarily incurred
on Capital Improvement
Bonds and, therefore, will
be cost beneficial to the
Massapequa Water District
taxpayers; and
WHEREAS, this resolution
is adopted subject to permissive

referendum as set forth
in Town Law Section 90 and
shall take effect thirty (30)
days after its adoption or, if a
referendum is held, upon the
affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified electors
of the issuer voting on the
referendum; and
WHEREAS, the funding of
various capital projects in
lieu of bonding is a Type II
action pursuant to SEQRA
as defined by 6 N.Y.C.R.R.
§617(c)(10) and therefore
no further SEQRA review
is required; and
NOW THEREFORE,
THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HEREBY AUTHORIZES
the Business Manager to
appropriate $50,000.00 from
the Future Bond Reserve
Account the total amount
of $50,000.00 which sum
represents the price plus
contingencies for the purpose of funding the Capital
Project identified below:
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT Emergency water main repair at Biltmore Blvd. and
Lagoon Blvd.
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Business Manager is hereby authorized and directed to,
within ten (10) days after the
adoption of this resolution,
cause this resolution to be
(a) published in the official
newspapers of the District,
and (b) posted on the sign
board of the District maintained pursuant to the Town
Law, together with a notice

adoption thereof.
VOTE:
Commissioner, Thomas P.
Hand AYE
Commissioner, Joseph T.
Tricarico AYE

Commissioner, Raymond J.
Averna Excused Absence
THE RESOLUTION WAS
THEREUPON DECLARED
DULY ADOPTED.
1x 4/22/15 #582-POST

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