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PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that pursuant to
the Code of the Town of
Oyster Bay, Chapter 241,
“Waterways”, Section 241-
33, “Processing of Applications”, the Town Board
is in receipt of an application for a permit to erect,
maintain, alter or improve
a dock, pier, float, bulkhead
or other mooring in the
waterways within the jurisdiction of the Town. Said
application is described as
follows: AVI POLISCHUK,
for a permit to erect, maintain, alter or improve a
dock, pier, bulkhead, float
or other mooring. Specification: In place in-kind
renewal and replacement
of the existing bulkhead
and boardwalk with an increase in elevation of up to
18’ and construction of 2
returns: Placement of up to
75 cubic yards of clean upland source fill behind the
bulkhead. Construction of
an angled fixed dock, 4 pile
boat lift and access step.
The subject property is located at Section 66, Block
98, Lot 217 on the Nassau
County Land and Tax Map,
also known as 110 Clocks

Boulevard, Massapequa,
New York 11758. The petition filed in connection
with the abovementioned
application, together with
all maps and documents
which accompany it, are
on file, and may be viewed
daily (except Saturday, Sunday and Holidays) between
the hours of 9:00 a.m. and
4:45 p.m., prevailing time,
at the Offices of the Town
Clerk, in Oyster Bay and
Massapequa. Any person
interested in the subject
matter of said application
must submit any written
comments to the Town
Board for its review prior to
the granting of such application. Kindly address any
such communication to the
Office of the Town Clerk,
Town Clerk, Town Hall,
54 Audrey Avenue, Oyster
Bay, New York 11771, on or
before
August 6, 2012. TOWN
BOARD OF THE TOWN
OF OYSTER BAY,
JOHN VENDITTO, Town
Supervisor, STEVEN L.
LABRIOLA, Town Clerk.
Dated: July 10, 2012, Oyster
Bay, New York.
1x 7/18/19 #630-POST

PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to the
Code of the Town of Oyster
Bay, Chapter 241, “Waterways”, Section 241-33, “Processing of Applications”, the
Town Board is in receipt of
an application for a permit
to erect, maintain, alter or
improve a dock, pier, float,
bulkhead or other mooring in the waterways within the jurisdiction of the
Town. Said application is
described as follows: BARBARA PALTROW, for a
permit to erect, maintain,
alter or improve a dock,
pier, bulkhead, float or other mooring. Specification:
Replace existing 86 foot
concrete retaining wall, 106
feet by 6 feet fixed pier and
two (2) mooring pilings.
The subject property is located at Section 65, Block
213, Lot 45 on the Nassau
County Land and Tax Map,
also known as 21 Ocean
Avenue, Massapequa, New
York 11758. The petition
filed in connection with the
abovementioned application, together with all maps
and documents which accompany it, are on file, and

may be viewed daily (except
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays) between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 4:45 p.m., prevailing time, at the Offices
of the Town Clerk, in Oyster Bay and Massapequa.
Any person interested in
the subject matter of said
application must submit
any written comments to
the Town Board for its review prior to the granting
of such application. Kindly
address any such communication to the Office of the
Town Clerk, Town Clerk,
Town Hall, 54 Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay, New York
11771, on or before
August 6, 2012. TOWN

BOARD OF THE TOWN
OF OYSTER BAY,
JOHN VENDITTO, Town
Supervisor, STEVEN L.

LABRIOLA, Town Clerk.
Dated: July 10, 2012, Oyster
Bay, New York.
1x 7/18/12 #631-POST

Notice is hereby given that
a license, number pending
for
Liquor, Wine, & Beer has
been applied for by the undersigned to sell Liquor, Wine, &
Beer at retail in a restaurant
under the
Alcoholic Beverage Control
Law at: Catania Pizza Inc.,
1095A Broadway, N. Massapequa, N.Y. 11758 for On-
Premise consumption.
2x 7/18/12 #622-POST

Notice is hereby given that
a license, number pending
for
Restaurant Wine & Beer
has been applied for by the
undersigned to sell Restaurant Wine & Beer at retail
in a restaurant under the
Alcoholic Beverage Control
Law at: Ginos Pizza of Williston Park Inc., 628, 630,
630A Willis Ave,
Williston Park, N.Y. 11596
for On-Premise consumption. 2X 7/18/12 #623-POST

Notice is hereby given that
a license, number pending
for Liquor, Wine, & Beer
has been applied for by the
undersigned to sell Liquor,
Wine, & Beer at retail
in a restaurant under the
Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at: Melody One
And Associates Inc.,
1325 Hempstead Turnpike,
Elmont, N.Y. 11003 for On-
Premise consumption.
2X 7/18/12 #624-POST

PUBLIC HEARING CALENDAR NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETING BY THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Pursuant to the provisions
of Chapter 246, Article
III, Section 246-18-E of the
Code of the Town of Oyster
Bay, notice is hereby given
that the Zoning Board of
Appeals has scheduled a
public meeting, which will
take place in the Town Hall
Meeting Room, Audrey
Avenue, Oyster Bay, New
York, on JULY 26, 2012, at
7:00 P. M., to consider the
following appeals:
BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS APPEAL NO. 11-297 -
AMENDMENT FARMINGDALE DOUGLAS & ROSEMARY
YENZER: Amend Specific
Plan as presented for Appeal No. 11-297 and granted

by Decision of the Zoning Board of Appeals, dated
July 14, 2011, to permit and
existing roofed over cellar
entrance and handicap lift
to remain.
S/s/o Willard Ave., 220 ft.
E/o Graham St., a/k/a 221
Willard Ave., Farmingdale,
NY
APPEAL NO. 76-166 -
AMENDMENT MASSAPEQUA ALFONSO P. & CATHERINE CORDARO: (A)
Amend Decision of Zoning Board of Appeals, dated
May 6, 1976, in order to
Amend the Declaration of
Restrictive Covenants to indicate a change in occupancy and/or ownership while
still maintaining a Parent/
Child relationship. (B) Extend the Special Use Permit
to maintain an existing second kitchen in a one-family
dwelling for use as a Parent/
Child residence.
N/s/o Toronto Ave., 80 ft.
E/o Reed Pl., a/k/a 259 Toronto Ave., Massapequa,
NY
APPEAL NO. 74-302 -
AMENDMENT MASSAPEQUA ESTATE OF ANTHONY
NUCCIO: Amend Decision
of the Zoning Board of Appeals as presented for Appeal No. 74-302 and granted by the Zoning Board
of Appeals in its Decision
dated August 14, 1974, to
permit existing wood burning fireplace and chimney
to remain with no further
encroachment into the west
side yard of the dwelling as
originally granted.
S/s/o Ontario Ave., 167.99
ft. E/o Franklin Ave., a/k/a
146 Ontario Ave., Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 11-58 -
AMENDMENT MASSAPEQUA CHRISTINE SCARCELLA:
Amend Specific Plan as presented for Appeal No. 11-58
and granted by Decision of
the Zoning Board of Appeals, dated March 3, 2011,
to permit as built portico to
remain with no change to
side/front yard setback as
originally granted.
NW cor. of N. Central Dr.
and N. Rutherford Ave.,
a/k/a 1025 N. Central Dr.,
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-109 -
AMENDMENT MASSAPEQUA GERRY SPECIALE: Amend
Specific Plan as presented
for Appeal No. 12-209 and
granted by Decision of the

Zoning Board of Appeals,
dated March 29, 2012, to
permit changes to window
type, addition and removal
of windows, replace existing wood burning fireplace
to gas, crawl space changed
to unfinished cellar, and
other interior and structural changes.
NW/cor. Division Ave. &
McKinley Pl., a/k/a 262 Division Ave., Massapequa,
NY
APPEAL NO. 12-252
MASSAPEQUA
TRACY VALOROSO &
CAROLE MAROTTA:
(A) Variance to maintain
existing second kitchen in
a one-family dwelling for
use as a PARENT/CHILD
residence. (B) Variance to
construct front portico and
maintain existing second
story balcony having less
average front yard setback
than permitted by Ordinance. (C) Variance to
maintain existing awning
and shed attached to dwelling having less side yard setback and less aggregate side
yards than permitted by
Ordinance. (D) Variance to
construct rear two story addition having less rear yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance; also encroachment of eaves and gutters.
(E) Variance to maintain existing awning, shed, second
story balcony and construct
rear two story addition exceeding maximum building
coverage than permitted by
Ordinance. (F) Variance to
maintain existing awning,
shed, second story balcony,
proposed front portico and
rear two story addition exceeding maximum gross
floor area than permitted
by Ordinance.
S/s/o Orchard St., 70 ft. E/o
Seaford Ave., a/k/a 10 Orchard Street, Massapequa,
NY
APPEAL NO. 12-253
MASSAPEQUA
BRUCE KORROW: (A)
Variance to construct 12.5
ft. x 24.3 ft. garage addition having less side yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance. (B) Variance to
construct driveway expansion having less side yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance; also encroachment of eaves and gutters.
(C) Variance to maintain
existing generator in front
yard and side/front yard
(corner) than permitted by
Ordinance. (D) Variance to
maintain existing 5 ft. high
fence exceeding maximum

height in side/front yard
than permitted by Ordinance. NW/cor. Harrison Pl. &
Forest Ave., a/k/a 57 Harrison Place, Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-254
MASSAPEQUA

MICHAEL PIENKOS,
JR., NICOLE & ROBERT
TRASCOY, JR.: (A) Variance to maintain existing
raised wood deck with steps
to grade having less average
front yard setback (Anchor
Drive) than permitted by
Ordinance. (B) Variance to
maintain existing 6 ft. high
PVC fence exceeding maximum height across front
yard (Anchor Drive) than
permitted by Ordinance.
NW/cor. South Bay Ave. &
Anchor Dr., a/k/a 70 South
Bay Avenue, Massapequa,
NY
APPEAL NO. 12-255
MASSAPEQUA
JOHN PUMO: (A) Variance to maintain existing deck enclosing semiinground swimming pool
having less side yard setback, less aggregate side
yards and exceeding maximum gross floor area than
permitted by Ordinance.
(B) Variance to maintain
existing deck enclosing
semi-inground swimming
pool filter having less rear
yard setback than permitted
by Ordinance. (C) Variance
to maintain existing pool
filter having less rear yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance. (D) Variance
to maintain existing unenclosed above ground oil
tank having less side yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance. (E) Variance
to maintain existing driveway having less side yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance. (F) Amend
Specific Plans as presented
for Appeal Nos. 92-133 and
94-361 and granted by Decision of the Zoning Board
of Appeals, dated April 30,
1992 and October 6, 1994,
respectively.
E/s/o Highwater Ave., 1,080
ft. S/o S. Bay Dr., a/k/a 82
Highwater Avenue, Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-256 N.
MASSAPEQUA
SAVERIO & EDWINA
LUPO: Variance to maintain an existing 6 ft. high
PVC fence having greater
height in a front yard than
permitted by Ordinance.
SE cor. of Oak St. and Summit Dr., a/k/a 168A N. Oak

St., N. Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-257 N.
MASSAPEQUA
TONY COTOV: (A) Variance to construct second
story addition and maintain
existing front porch having
less side yard setback than
permitted by Ordinance;
also encroachment of eaves
and gutters. (B) Variance
to construct second story
addition having less roof
pitch than permitted by
Ordinance. (C) Variance
to maintain existing front
porch exceeding maximum
building coverage than permitted by Ordinance. (D)
Variance to construct second story addition, maintain existing front porch,
rear steps and landing exceeding maximum gross
floor area than permitted
by Ordinance.
E/s/o Winding Rd., 444.50
ft. N/o N. Suffok Ave., a/k/a
3 Winding Road, North
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-258
FARMINGDALE
VINCENT GATTO: Variance to maintain existing
rear second story deck with
steps to grade and rear enclosed second story deck
having less rear yard setback than permitted by Ordinance; also encroachment
of eaves and gutters.
S/s/o Block Terrace, 583.97
ft. W/o Carmens Rd., a/k/a
14 Block Terrace, Farmingdale, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-259
FARMINGDALE
ARLENE GONZALES:
(A) Variance to maintain
existing second kitchen in
a one-family dwelling for
use as a PARENT/CHILD
residence. (B) Variance to
construct widened driveway having less side yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance.
E/s/o Scholl Dr., 124 ft. N/o
Alexander Dr., a/k/a 49
Scholl Drive, Farmingdale,
NY
APPEAL NO. 12-260
FARMINGDALE
LAURIE E. ZAMPARELLE:
(A) Variance to maintain
second kitchen in a onefamily dwelling for use as
a PARENT/CHILD residence. (B) Variance for
parking one (1) car in tandem for PARENT/CHILD
Use. (C) Variance to maintain existing second story
staircase with landing to
second story deck having
less rear yard setback than
permitted by Ordinance.
N/s/o Marion St., 134.64

ft. W/o Staples St., a/k/a
47 Marion Street, Farmingdale, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-261
FARMINGDALE
KEN WORKER: (A) Variance to maintain existing 5.9 ft. x 31.9 ft. front
open porch, 15.5 ft. x 15.8
ft. screened in rear porch
and detached shed exceeding maximum lot coverage than permitted by Ordinance. (B) Variance to
maintain existing 5.9 ft. x
31.9 ft. front open porch
having less aggregate side
yards than permitted by
Ordinance. (C) Variance to
maintain existing shed having less side yard setback
and less rear yard setback
than permitted by Ordinance. E/s/o Midwood Ave., 220
ft. N/o Cypress St., a/k/a 56
Midwood Avenue, Farmingdale, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-262
FARMINGDALE
DOROTHY MOFFAT: (A)
Variance to maintain existing 1.9 ft. x 11 ft. side addition having less aggregate
side yards than permitted
by Ordinance. (B) Variance to maintain existing
bay window having less
side yard setback than permitted by Ordinance; also
encroachment of eaves and
gutters.
N/s/o Midwood Ave., 100
ft. E/o Juniper St., a/k/a 19
Midwood Avenue, Farmingdale, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-203
MASSAPEQUA
EVAN POLANSKY: (A)
Variance to construct
raised wood deck with
steps to grade having less
side yard setback, less average side/front yard setback,
and maximum gross floor
area than permitted by Ordinance. (B) Variance to
maintain existing 6 ft. high
PVC fence exceeding maximum height across side/
front yard (Ensign Drive)
than permitted by Ordinance. NE/cor. Anchor Dr. & S.
Bay Ave., a/k/a 6 Anchor
Drive, Massapequa, NY
JULY 16, 2012
BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS TOWN OF OYSTER
BAY, OYSTER BAY, NEW
YORK
1x 7/18/12 #626-POST

Notice is hereby given that
a license, number pending
for
Liquor, Wine, & Beer
has been applied for by the
undersigned
to sell Liquor, Wine, &
Beer at retail in a restaurant
under the
Alcoholic Beverage Control
Law at: TAA Food Corp.,
2825 Long Beach Rd,
Oceanside, N.Y. 11572 for
On-Premise consumption.
2x 7/18/12 #625-POST

LEGAL NOTICE OF ESTOPPEL NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the resolution,
a summary of which is published herewith, has been
adopted by the Board of
Education of the Plainedge
Union Free School District, Nassau County, New
York, on July 3, 2012, and
the validity of the obligations authorized by such
resolution may be hereafter
contested only if such obligations were authorized
for an object or purpose
for which said School District is not authorized to
expend money, or if the
provisions of law which
should have been complied
with as of the date of publication of this notice were
not substantially complied
with, and an action, suit
or proceeding contesting
such validity is commenced
within twenty days after the
date of publication of this
notice, or such obligations
were authorized in violation of the provisions of the
Constitution.
Dated: North Massapequa,
New York
July 3, 2012
Teresa R. McCarthy
School District Clerk
SUMMARY OF REFUNDING BOND RESOLUTION DATED JULY 3,
2012. SUMMARY OF A
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE
PURSUANT TO SECTION 90.10 OF THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW OF
REFUNDING BONDS
OF THE PLAINEDGE
UNION FREE SCHOOL
DISTRICT, NASSAU
COUNTY, NEW YORK,
TO BE DESIGNATED SUBSTANTIALLY
“SCHOOL DISTRICT
REFUNDING (SERIAL)
BONDS”, AND PROVIDING FOR OTHER MATTERS IN RELATION
THERETO.

WHEREAS, the Plainedge
Union Free School District, Nassau County, New
York (hereinafter, the “District” or the “School District”) heretofore issued an
aggregate principal amount
of $8,100,000 School District (Serial) Bonds- 2003,
Series A (the “2003A Refunded Bonds”), $36,000,000
School District (Serial)
Bonds - 2003, Series B (the
“2003B Refunded
Bonds”), and $8,353,571
School District (Serial)
Bonds, 2004 (the “2004 Refunded Bonds”); and
WHEREAS, the 2003A,
2003B and 2004 Refunded Bonds are hereinafter
sometimes referred to collectively as the “Refunded
Bonds”; and
WHEREAS, it would be in
the public interest to refund
all, or one or more, or a
portion of one or more, of
the outstanding $5,090,000
principal balance of the
2003A Refunded Bonds
maturing in 2012 and
thereafter, the outstanding
$21,775,000 principal balance of the 2003B Refunded
Bonds maturing in 2013
and thereafter, and the
outstanding $5,640,000
principal balance of the
2004 Refunded Bonds maturing in 2012 and thereafter, each by the issuance of
refunding bonds pursuant
to Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE
IT RESOLVED, by the
Board of Education of the
Plainedge
Union Free School District,
Nassau County, New York,
as follows:
Section I. For the object
or purpose of refunding the
outstanding aggregate principal balance of the Refunded Bonds, including
providing moneys which,
together with the interest earned from the investment of certain of the
proceeds of the refunding
bonds herein authorized,
shall be sufficient to pay
(i) the principal amount of
the Refunded Bonds, (ii)
the aggregate amount of
unmatured interest payable
on the Refunded Bonds to
and including the date on
which the Refunded Bonds
which are callable are to be
called prior to their respective maturities in accordance with the refunding
financial plan, as hereinafter defined, (iii) the costs

and expenses incidental to
the issuance of the refunding bonds herein authorized, (iv) the redemption
premium to be paid on the
Refunded Bonds which are
to be called prior to their
respective maturities, and
(v) the premium or premiums for a policy or policies of municipal bond insurance or cost or costs of
other credit enhancement
facility or facilities, for the
refunding bonds herein
authorized, or any portion
thereof, there are hereby
authorized to be issued
not exceeding $36,450,000
refunding bonds of the
School District pursuant
to the provisions of Section
90.1 0 of the Local Finance
Law
(the “School District Refunding Bonds” or the “Refunding Bonds”), it being
anticipated that the amount
of Refunding Bonds actually to be issued will be approximately $31,450,000,
as provided in Section 4
hereof
Section 2. The Refunding
Bonds may be subject to
redemption prior to maturity upon such terms as the
President of the Board of
Education shall prescribe,
which tenns shall be in
compliance with the requirements of Section 53.00
(b) of the Local Finance
Law.
Section 3. It is hereby determined that:
(a) the maximum amount
of the Refunding Bonds
authorized to be issued
pursuant to this resolution
does not exceed the limitation imposed by subdivision 1 of paragraph b of
Section 90.10 of the Local
Finance Law;
(b) the maximum period of
probable usefulness pennitted by law at the time of the
issuance of the respective
Refunded Bonds, for the
class of objects or purposes
for which such respective
Refunded Bonds were issued was twenty years, and
presently is thirty years
pursuant to subdivision 97
of paragraph a of Section
11.00 of the Local Finance
Law for the construction
of additions to and reconstruction of school building
facilities;
(c) the last installment
of the Refunding Bonds will
mature not later than the
expiration of the period of
probable usefulness of the
class of objects or purposes

for which said respective
Refunded Bonds were issued in accordance with the
provisions of subdivision 1
of paragraph c of Section
90.10 of the Local Finance
Law;
(d) the estimated present value of the total debt
service savings anticipated
as a result of the issuance of
the Refunding Bonds, if any,
computed in accordance
with the provisions of subdivision 2 of paragraph b of
Section 90.10 of the Local
Finance Law, with regard
to the aggregate Refunded
Bonds, is $1 ,324,826.58
as shown m the
Refunding Financial Plan
described in Section 4
hereof
Section 4. The financial
plan for the aggregate of
the refundings authorized
by this resolution (collectively, the “Refunding
Financia1 Plan”), showing
the sources and amounts
of all moneys required to
accomplish such refundings are set forth in Exhibit A to the Complete
Resolution which Exhibit
A is not published as part
of this summary. The Refunding Financial Plan has
been prepared based upon
the assumption that the
Refunding Bonds will be issued in one series to refund
all of the Refunded Bonds
in the principal amount of
$31,450,000, and that the
Refunding Bonds will mature, be of such terms, and
bear interest as set forth on
said Exhibit A.
Section 5. The President of
the Board of Education is
hereby authorized and directed to enter into an escrow
contract or contracts (collectively the “Escrow Contract”) with a bank or trust
company, or with banks or
trust companies, located
and authorized to do business in this State as said
President shall designate
(collectively the “Escrow
Holder”) for the purpose of having the Escrow
Holder act, in connection
with the Refunding Bonds,
as the escrow holder to perform the services described
in Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law.
Section 6. The faith
and credit of said Plainedge
Union Free School District,
Nassau County, New York,
are hereby irrevocably
pledged to the payment of
the principal of and interest

on the Refunding Bonds
as the same respectively
become due and payable.
An annual appropriation
shall be made in each year
sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such
bonds becoming due and
payable in such year. There
shall be annually levied on
all the taxable real property
in said School District a tax
sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such
Refunding Bonds as the
same become due and payable. Section 7. All of the proceeds from the sale of the
Refunding Bonds, including the premium, if any, but
excluding accrued interest
thereon, shall immediately
upon receipt thereof be
placed in escrow with the
Escrow Holder for the Refunded Bonds.
Section 8. The President of
the Board of Education is
delegated authority to sell
said

Refunding Bonds at public
competitive sale or at private sale to Jefferies & Company, Inc. and all details in
connection therewith
A COPY OF THE COMPLETE TEXT OF THIS
RESOLUTION TOGETHER WITH ALL EXHIBITS
IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE SCHOOL
DISTRICT CLERK
WHERE IT IS AVAILABLE
FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION DURING NORMAL
BUSINESS HOURS.
1x 7/18/12 #627-POST

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that
the fiscal affairs of the Massapequa Fire District for the
period beginning on January 1, 2011 and ending on
December 31, 2011, have
been examined by an independent public accountant,
Johnson & Meyer, CPAs,
LLP and that the report of
external audit by the independent public accountant
has been filed in my office
where it is available as a public record for inspection by
all interested persons. Pursuant to Section 35 of the
General Municipal Law and
Section 181-b of the Town
Law, a written response and
corrective action plan shall
be prepared by the Board of
Fire Commissioners of the
Massapequa Fire District
within 90 days and filed in
my office where is will be
available as a public record

for inspection by all interested persons.
Dated: Massapequa, New
York
July 9, 2012
ATTEST: Joanne Riggio,
Secretary
Massapequa Fire District
1x 7/.18/12 #628-POST

Notice of Formation of a
domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC) under
section 203 of the Limited
Liability Company Law for
The Whole Move located in
Massapequa, NY. Articles
of Organization were filed
with the Secretary of State
of NY on 5/22/2012. The
name and street address in
this state of the registered
agent upon whom and at
which process against the
limited liability company
may be served is: Michael
Moriarty, 156 West 56th
Street, New York, NY
10019.
6X 8/22/12 #629-POST

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