2012-08-15 / Legals

Public Notices

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
Notice of formation of G. J.
Construction Services NY
LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary
of State of New York SSNY
on June 6, 2012. The office
is located in Nassau County.
SSNY has been designated
for service of process. SSNY
shall mail copy of any process served against the LLC
to 99 East 2nd Street Mineola NY 11501. Purpose: any
lawful purpose.
6x 9/12/12 #643-POST
Notice of Formation of Hatz
Consulting Services LLC,
Articles of Org. filed with
NY Secy. of State (SSNY)
on 07/23/2012. Office Location: Nassau County.
SSNY has been designated for service of process.
SSNY shall mail a copy of
process served against LLC
to 7 Strully Dr., Massapequa
Pk., NY 11762. Purpose:
Any lawful purpose.
6X 9/19/12 #645-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 AUGUST 23, 2012, at
7:00 P. M., to consider the
following appeals:
BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS APPEAL NO. 12-298 MASSAPEQUA

JOHN READY: (A) Variance to maintain existing rear framed awning/
roof-over over brick patio
exceeding maximum lot
coverage than permitted by
Ordinance. (B) Variance to
maintain existing rear fireplace having less side yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance.
N/s/o Orchard St., 233
ft. W/o Forest Ave., a/k/a
31 Orchard Street, Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-299 MASSAPEQUA ROBERT GARCIA: Variance to erect 6 ft. high
fence having less setback
of an intersection and exceeding maximum height
across front yard (Central
Avenue) than permitted by
Ordinance.
NW/cor. Rhode Island Ave.
& Central Ave., a/k/a 113
Rhode Island Avenue, Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-300
MASSAPEQUA
MARTIN PERRY: (A)
Variance to maintain existing second kitchen in
a one-family dwelling for
use as a PARENT/CHILD
residence. (B) Variance
to maintain existing bedrooms in an accessory
apartment for use as a PARENT/ CHILD residence.
(C) Variance to construct
10.6 ft. x 20.6 ft. first story
deck exceeding maximum
lot coverage and maximum
gross floor area than permitted by Ordinance. (D)
Variance to maintain existing extended driveway having less side yard setback
than permitted by Ordinance. N/s/o Adam Rd. W., 310
ft. E/o Beverly Rd., a/k/a
37 Adam Road West, Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-301
MASSAPEQUA
JOHN TOSCHES, II: Variance to reconstruct dwelling having less side yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance.
W/s/o Beach Rd., 1378.57
ft. S/o Canal Rd., a/k/a 66
Beach Road, Massapequa,
NY
APPEAL NO. 12-302
NORTH MASSAPEQUA
CHRISTIANA & MAX
MARTINEZ: Variance to
maintain existing widened
driveway having less side
yard setback than permitted by Ordinance.
S/s/o William Rd., 95.41

ft. E/o Ailee Rd., a/k/a 139
William Road, North Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-303
NORTH MASSAPEQUA
ANGELO & SANDRA
FALCONE & SABRINA
RUGOLSKY: (A) Variance
to maintain existing
6.5 ft. x 12 ft. one story rear
addition having less side
yard setback than permitted by Ordinance; also encroachment of eaves and
gutters. (B) Variance to
maintain existing one story
rear addition and detached
garage exceeding maximum
building coverage than permitted by Ordinance.
S/s/o N. Richmond Ave.,
540 ft. W/o N. Central Ave.,
a/k/a 260 N. Richmond
Ave., N. Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-304
SEAFORD
FRANK D. PAINO: (A)
Variance to construct 14.41
ft. x 25 ft. one story rear addition having less rear yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance; also encroachment of eaves and gutters.
(B) Amend Specific Plan as
presented for Appeal No.
73-43 and granted by Decision of the Zoning Board of
Appeals, dated February 15,
1973.
W/s/o Hicksville Ct., 143.35
ft. S/o Sherrey Ct., a/k/a
4030 Hicksville Court, Seaford, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-305
FARMINGDALE
MILLER ALFRED TRUST
C/O VIRGINIA ANDERSON: Variance to maintain
existing 15 ft. x 25.2 ft. detached garage exceeding
maximum lot coverage.
of
the principal building than
permitted by Ordinance.
S/s/o Fallwood Pkwy., 60 ft.
W/o Vandewater St., a/k/a
102 Fallwood Parkway,
Farmingdale, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-306
FARMINGDALE
KATHY KURASMCGRATH: Variance to
construct rear detached garage exceeding maximum
rear yard building coverage,
maximum building coverage of the principal dwelling and maximum building
area than permitted by Ordinance. E/s/o Val Page St., 262.7
ft. N/o Hempstead Tpke.,
a/k/a 7 Val Page Street,
Farmingdale, NY
APPEAL NO. 12-307
FARMINGDALE
ROB DARIENZO: (A)
Variance to construct second

story addition and fireplace/ chimney (in garage
conversion) having less
side yard setback and less
aggregate side yards than
permitted by Ordinance;
also encroachment of eaves
and gutters. (B) Variance to
maintain existing 11.3 ft. x
11.9 ft. shed having less rear
yard setback than permitted
by Ordinance. (C) Variance
to construct second story
addition and maintain existing raised wood decks,
roof over patio and shed
exceeding maximum gross
floor area than permitted by
Ordinance. (D) Variance
to maintain existing shed
and to construct portico
exceeding maximum lot
coverage than permitted by
Ordinance. (E) Variance to
maintain existing extended
driveway having less side
yard setback than permitted by Ordinance. (F) Variance to maintain existing
6 ft. high fence exceeding
maximum height than permitted by Ordinance.
N/s/o Walnut Ave., 170
ft. E/o Spruce St., a/k/a
29 Walnut Avenue, Farmingdale, NY
AUGUST 13, 2012
BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS TOWN OF OYSTER
BAY, OYSTER BAY, NEW
YORK
1x 8/15/12 #646-POST
NOTICE
The resolution, a summary
of which is published herewith, has been adopted on
August 9, 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 the Massapequa Union Free School
District, in the County of
Nassau, New York, is not
authorized to expend money or if the provisions of
law which should have been
complied with as 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
publication of this Notice,
or such obligations were
authorized in violation of
the provisions of the constitution. Anne Marie Bellizzi
District Clerk

REFUNDING BOND
RESOLUTION OF THE
MASSAPEQUA UNION
FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT, NEW YORK, ADOPTED AUGUST 9, 2012,
AUTHORIZING THE
REFUNDING OF CERTAIN OUTSTANDING
SERIAL BONDS OF SAID
DISTRICT, STATING
THE PLAN OF REFUNDING, APPROPRIATING
AN AMOUTN NOT TO
EXCEED $12,700,000
THEREFOR, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE
OF NOT TO EXCEED
$12,700,000 REFUNDING
SERIAL BONDS OF THE
DISTRICT TO FINANCE
SAID APPROPRIATION,
AND MAKING CER TAIN
OTHER DETERMINATIONS ALL RELATIVE
THERETO.

Object or purpose: refunding of all or a portion of the
$11,716,000 outstanding
bonds of the District issued
in 2002.
Period of probable usefulness: 17 years, ending June
1, 2016.
Amount of obligations to
be issued: not to exceed
$12,700,000
A complete copy of the refunding bond resolution
summarized above shall be
available for public inspection during normal business
hours at the office of the
District Clerk, Massapequa
Union Free School District,
4925 Merrick Road, Massapequa, New York 11758
Dated: August 9, 2012
Massapequa, New York
1x 8/15/12 #647-POST

Free and reduced school meal policy
The following school districts are offering free and
reduced price meals for students meeting eligibility
guidelines, as set down by the Federal government.
Households which currently include children who
receive food stamps or Aid to Dependent Children
or Food Distribution Program, Indian Reservations,
must complete an application listing the child’s name, a
food stamp or other number and signature of an adult
household member to participate. Households with
annual incomes of no more than $14,521, one person,
to $50,557 for 8 people, (for each additional member,
add $5,148) are eligible for free lunch-breakfast-milk.
In addition, households with annual incomes of
no more than $20665, one person, to $71,947 for 8
people, (for each additional member, add $7,326) are
eligible for reduced price lunch-breakfast.
No child may be discriminated against because
of race, gender or sexual orientation, color, national
origin, age or handicap. If any member of a household
believes that they have been discriminated against,
they should write to the USDA, Director, Office of
Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400
Independence Ave., SW, Washington DC 20250-9410
or call 202-720-5964.
To receive an application, call your local school
district:
Amityville: 631-565-6000
Copiague: 631-842-4015 X530
Massapequa: 516-308-5000
Plainedge: 516-992-7494
Farmingdale: 516-752-6595
Western Suffolk Boces 631-549-4900
A complete copy of the policy is on file in the office
of the School Food Authority District Administrator,
where it may be reviewed by interested persons.
1x 8/15/12 #644-POST

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