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BOND RESOLUTION,
DATED JUNE 10, 2013,
AUTHORIZING THE
ISSUANCE OF UP TO
$3,322,140 AGGREGATE
PRINCIPAL AMOUNT
SERIAL BONDS OF THE
VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA PARK, COUNTY OF NASSAU, STATE
OF NEW YORK, PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW, TO
FINANCE THE COSTS
OF (I) THE ACQUISITION OF MACHINERY
AND APPARATUS FOR
CONSTRUCTION AND
MAINTENANCE, (II)
THE ACQUISITION OF
IMPROVEMENTS TO
VILLAGE PARKS AND
(III) THE ACQUISITION,
CONSTRUCTION AND
RECONSTRUCTION OF
VILLAGE STREETS.
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the State of New
York, located in the County
of Nassau, hereby determines that it is in the public
interest of the Village to authorize the financing of the
costs of (i) the acquisition
of machinery and apparatus for construction and
maintenance ($180,540),
(ii) the acquisition of improvements to Village parks
($673,200) and (iii) the acquisition, construction and
reconstruction of improvements to Village streets
($2,468,400), including the
acquisition of any applicable equipment, machinery,
apparatus, land or rightsin land necessary therefore
and any preliminary and
incidental costs related
thereto, at a total estimated
cost not to exceed $640,000,
all in accordance with the
Local Finance Law;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the Board
of Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park, County
of Nassau, State of New
York, as follows:
Section 1.
There is hereby authorized
to be issued serial bonds
of the Village, and/or bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds, in the
aggregate principal amount
not to exceed $3,322,140,
pursuant to the Local Finance Law, in order to finance the costs of the specific objects or purposes, or
classes of objects or purposes,

hereinafter described.
Section 2. The specific objects or purposes, or class
of objects or purposes, to
be financed pursuant to
this bond resolution (collectively, the “Project”), the
respective estimated maximum cost of such specific
objects or purposes, the
principal amount of serial bonds, and/or of bond
anticipation notes issued
in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds,
authorized for such specific objects or purposes,
and the period of probable
usefulness of such specific
objects or purposes or class
of objects or purposes pursuant to the applicable subdivision of paragraph a of
Section 11.00 of the Local
Finance law, are as follows:
(a) The acquisition of machinery and apparatus for
construction and maintenance, including any preliminary and incidental
costs related thereto, at
an estimated maximum
cost of $180,540 for which
$180,540 principal amount
of serial bonds, and/or bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds, are authorized herein and appropriated therefore, having a
period of probable usefulness of fifteen (15) years
pursuant to subdivision 28
of paragraph a of Section
11.00 of the Local Finance
Law. Such serial bonds
shall have a maximum maturity of fifteen (15) years
computed from the earlier
of (a) the date of the first issue of such serial bonds or
(b) the date of the first issue
of bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds.
(b) The acquisition of improvements to Village
parks, including the acquisition of any applicable
equipment, machinery,
apparatus, land or rightsin land necessary therefore
and any preliminary and
incidental costs related
thereto, at an estimated
maximum cost of $673,200
for which $673,200 principal amount of serial bonds,
and/or bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds, are authorized
herein and appropriated
therefore, having a period
of probable usefulness of
fifteen (15) years pursuant

to subdivision 19 of paragraph a of Section 11.00
of the Local Finance Law.
Such serial bonds shall have
a maximum maturity of fifteen (15) years computed
from the earlier of (a) the
date of the first issue of such
serial bonds or (b) the date
of the first issue of bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds; and
(c) The acquisition, construction and reconstruction of improvements to
Village streets, including the
acquisition of any applicable equipment, machinery,
apparatus, land or rightsin land necessary therefore
and any preliminary and incidental costs related thereto, at an estimated maximum cost of $2,468,400 for
which $2,468,400 principal
amount of serial bonds,
and/or bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds, are authorized
herein and appropriated
therefore, having a period
of probable usefulness of
fifteen (15) years pursuant to subdivision 20(c)
of paragraph a of Section
11.00 of the Local Finance
Law. Such serial bonds
shall have a maximum maturity of fifteen (15) years
computed from the earlier
of (a) the date of the first issue of such serial bonds or
(b) the date of the first issue
of bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds; and
Section 3. The Board of
Trustees of the Village has
ascertained and hereby
states that (a) the estimated maximum costs of
the Project will not exceed
$3,322,140; (b) no money
has heretofore been authorized to be applied to the
payment of the costs of
the Project; (c) the Board
of Trustees of the Village
plans to finance the costs
of the Project from (i) the
proceeds of the serial bonds
authorized herein, and/or
of bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds; (d) the maximum
maturity of the serial bonds
authorized herein shall be
in excess of five (5) years;
and (e) on or before the expenditure of moneys to pay
for any costs in connection
with the Project for which
the proceeds of any obliga-

tions authorized herein are
to be applied to reimburse
the Village, the Board of
Trustees of the Village took
“official action” for federal
income tax purposes to authorize the capital financing
of such expenditure.
Section 4. Subject to the
terms and conditions of
this bond resolution and
the Local Finance Law,
including the provisions
of Sections 21.00, 30.00,
50.00 and 56.00 to 60.00,
inclusive, the power to authorize serial bonds as authorized herein, and bond
anticipation notes issued
in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds,
including renewals thereof,
the power to prescribe the
terms, form and contents of
such serial bonds and such
bond anticipation notes,
and the power to issue,
sell and deliver such serial
bonds and such bond anticipation notes, are hereby
delegated to the Village
Treasurer, as the chief fiscal
officer of the Village. The
Village Treasurer is hereby
authorized to execute on
behalf of the Village all serial bonds issued pursuant
to this bond resolution, and
all bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds, and the Village Administrator/ Clerk is hereby
authorized to impress the
seal of the Village (or to
have imprinted a facsimile
thereof) on all such serial
bonds and all such bond
anticipation notes and to attest such seal. Each interest
coupon, if any, representing
interest payable on such serial bonds shall be authenticated by the manual or
facsimile signature of the
Village Treasurer.
Section 5.
The faith and credit of the
Village are hereby and shall
be irrevocably pledged for
the punctual payment of the
principal of and interest on
all obligations authorized
and issued pursuant to this
bond resolution as the same
shall become due.
Section 6.
When this bond resolution takes effect, the Village
Administrator/Clerk shall
cause the same, or a summary thereof, to be published, together with a notice in substantially the form
prescribed by Section 81.00
of the Local Finance Law,
in the Massapequa Post, a

newspaper having a general
circulation in the Village.
The validity of the serial
bonds authorized herein,
and of bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds, may be contested
only if such obligations are
authorized for an object or
purpose, or class of object
or purpose, for which the
Village is not authorized to
expend money, or the provisions of law, which should
have been complied with as
of the date of publication
of this bond resolution,
or such summary thereof,
were not substantially complied with, and an action,
suit or proceeding contesting such validity is commenced within twenty (20)
days after the date of such
publication, or if such obligations were authorized in
violation of the provisions
of the Constitution of the
State of New York.
Section 7. Prior to the issuance of any obligations authorized herein, the Board
of Trustees of the Village
shall comply with all applicable provisions prescribed
in Article 8 of the Environmental Conservation Law,
all regulations promulgated
thereunder by the New York
State Department of Environmental Conservation,
and all applicable Federal
laws and regulations in connection with environmental quality review relating
to the Project (collectively,
the “environmental compliance proceedings”). In the
event that any of the environmental compliance proceedings are not completed,
or require amendment or
modification subsequent to
the date of adoption of this
bond resolution, the Board
of Trustees of the Village
will re-adopt, amend or
modify this bond resolution prior to the issuance of
any obligations authorized
herein upon the advice of
bond counsel. It is hereby
determined by the Board of
Trustees of the Village that
the Project will not have a
significant effect on the environment. Section 8. The Village hereby declares its intention to
issue the serial bonds authorized herein, and/or bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds (collectively, the “obligations”),
to finance the costs of the

Project. The Village covenants for the benefit of the
holders of such obligations
that it will not make any
use of the proceeds of such
obligations, any funds reasonably expected to be used
to pay the principal of or
interest on such obligations
or any other funds of the
Village, and will not make
any use of the Project which
would cause the interest on
such obligations to become
subject to federal income
taxation under the Internal
Revenue Code of 1986, as
amended (the “Code”) (except for the federal alternative minimum tax imposed
on corporations by section
55 of the Code), or subject
the Village to any penalties
under section 148 of the
Code, and that it will not
take any action or omit to
take any action with respect
to such obligations, the proceeds thereof or the Project
financed thereby, if such
action or omission would
cause the interest on such
obligations to become subject to federal income taxation under the Code (except
for the federal alternative
minimum tax imposed on
corporations by section
55 of the Code), or subject
the Village to any penalties
under section 148 of the
Code. The foregoing covenants shall remain in full
force and effect notwithstanding the defeasance of
any serial bonds authorized
and issued under this bond
resolution or any other
provisions hereof, until the
date which is sixty (60) days
after the final maturity date
or earlier prior redemption
date thereof. The proceeds
of any obligations authorized herein may be applied
to reimburse expenditures
or commitments of the Village made in connection
with the Project on or after
a date which is not more
than sixty (60) days prior
to the date of adoption of
this bond resolution by the
Board of Trustees of the
Village.
Section 9. For the benefit
of the holders and beneficial owners from time to
time of the serial bonds
authorized herein, and of
bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds, the Village agrees,

in accordance with and as
an obligated person with
respect to such obligations
under, Rule 15c2-12 (the
“Rule”) promulgated by the
Securities Exchange Commission pursuant to the
Securities Exchange Act of
1934, to provide or cause to
be provided such financial
information and operating
data, financial statements
and notices, in such manner as may be required for
purposes of the Rule. In
order to describe and specify certain terms of the Village’s continuing disclosure
agreement for that purpose,
and thereby to implement
that agreement, including
provisions for enforcement,
amendment and termination, the Village Treasurer
is authorized and directed
to sign and deliver, in the
name and on behalf of the
Village, the commitment
authorized by subsection
6(c) of the Rule (the “Commitment”) to be placed on
file with the Village Administrator/ Clerk, which shall
constitute the continuing
disclosure agreement made
by the Village for the benefit of holders and beneficial
owners of such obligations
authorized herein in accordance with the Rule, with
any changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this bond resolution and not substantially
adverse to the Village and
that are approved by the
Village Treasurer on behalf
of the Village, all of which
shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the
Commitment or amendments thereto. The agreement formed collectively
by this paragraph and the
Commitment shall be the
Village’s continuing disclosure agreement for purposes of the Rule, and its performance shall be subject to
the availability of funds and
their annual appropriation
to meet costs the Village
would be required to incur
to perform thereunder. The
Village Treasurer is further
authorized and directed to
establish procedures in order to ensure compliance by
the Village with its continuing disclosure agreement,
including the timely provision of information and notices. Prior to making any
filing in accordance with
the agreement or providing

notice of the occurrence of
any material event, the Village Treasurer shall consult
with, as appropriate, the
Village Attorney and bond
counsel or other qualified
independent special counsel to the Village and shall
be entitled to rely upon any
legal advice provided by
the Village Attorney and
such bond counsel or other
qualified independent special counsel in determining
whether a filing should be
made.

Section 10.
This bond resolution is subject to a permissive referendum and will take effect
upon its adoption by the
Board of Trustees of the
Village and the expiration
of the period prescribed
in the Village Law during
which petitions for a permissive referendum may
be submitted and filed with
the Village Clerk.
IVILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA PARK
COUNTY OF NASSAU,
NEW YORK
ESTOPPEL NOTICE
The bond resolution published herewith was adopted
by the Board of Trustees of
the Village of Massapequa
Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the
State of New York, located
in the County of Nassau,
on June 10, 2013. The effectiveness of such bond
resolution was subject to a
permissive referendum and
notice thereof was given as
prescribed by law. The period of time prescribed by
law has elapsed for the submission and filing of a petition for a permissive referendum and a valid petition
has not been submitted and
filed. The validity of the
obligations authorized by
such bond resolution may
be hereafter contested only
if such obligations were
authorized for an object or
purpose, or class of object
or purpose, for which the
Village is not authorized
to expend money, or 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 (20) days after the date of publication
of this notice, or if such obligations were authorized in

violation of the provisions
of the Constitution of the
State of New York.
Date: July 10, 2013
/s/ Peggy Caltabiano
Peggy Caltabiano
Village Administrator/
Clerk
Village of Massapequa Park,
New York
1x 7/10/13 #629-POST

Notice of formation of
BREAKING DAD, LLC.
Articles of organization
filed with the Secretary of
State of N.Y. (SSNY) on
3/28/13. Office location:
Nassau County. SSNY has
been designated as agent
of the LLC upon whom
process against it may be
served. SSNY shall mail
process to the LLC, 45
Broadway, Massapequa
Park, NY 11762. Purpose:
Any lawful activity.
6x 7/10/13 #607-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: WVC Hospitality, Inc.,
103 Woodcleft Ave, Freeport, N.Y. 11520
for On-Premise consumption. 2x 7/10/13 #620-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: Prince Umberto
Restaurant & Pizzeria Inc.,
721 D&E Franklin Avenue,
Franklin Square, N.Y. 11010
for On-Premise consumption. 2X 7/10/13 #621-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: SS Charmer Corp.,
41 Glen Head Road,
Glen Head, N.Y. 11545 for
On-Premise consumption.
2X 7/10/13 #622-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: Sambikou Corp, 24A
Jericho Turnpike, Jericho,
N.Y. 11753 for On-Premise
consumption.
2X 7/10/13 #623-POST

Notice is hereby given that
a license, number pending
for Beer has been applied
for by the undersigned to
sell Beer at retail in a restaurant under the Alcoholic
Beverage Control Law at:
Kaira Food Inc., 1146 Front
Street, Uniondale, N.Y.
11553 for On-Premise consumption. 2X 7/10/13 #624-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: Minar Caterers Hicksville LLC,. 238 244A Old
Country Road, Hicksville,
N.Y. 11801 for On-Premise
consumption.
2x 7/10/13 #625-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: J.A.S.T. Restaurant
Corp.,
24 Central Avenue, Massapequa, N.Y. 11758, for On-
Premise consumption.
2X 7/10/13 #626-POST

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA
PARK
NASSAU COUNTY, NEW
YORK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the provision of the State of New
York, that a Public Hearing
will be held by the Zoning
Board of Appeals in the Incorporated Village of Massapequa Park on Wednesday July 24,
2013 at 8:00 PM in the Village Hall, 151Front Street,
Massapequa
Park, New York 11762 for
the following purposes:
Case No. 3842 To consider
the variance application of
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ferrara, 83 O’Connell Street,

Massapequa Park, New
York 11762 to maintain an
existing diving board in an
approved inground pool
which is located too close
to the west property line.
Such proposal is in violation
of Village Code Chapter
345-41(J) Pools-Distances
which states: Any pool accessories must be located
five (5) feet or more from
property lines. Diving
board is located nine
(9”) inches to the west
property line.
Case No. 3843 To consider
the variance application of
Mr. and Mrs. James Keeley, 186 Smith Street, Massapequa Park, New York
11762 to erect on this
Corner property a five (5)
foot fence within the front
yard in violation of Village
Code.
Such proposal is in violation of Village Code Chapter 345-40(B) Corner plot
which states: A four (4) foot
open picket fence is only
allowed in the front yard.
Proposed fence is a four (4)
foot solid with one (1) foot
lattice totaling five (5) feet
tall. Fence to start at northwest corner of garage, run
north 18.5 feet and proceed
west to property line then
run south and stop at front
foundation line of garage.
The proposed fence would
be located 9’- 4” from front
property line.
Case 3844 To consider the
variance application of Ms.
Regina Fasulo, 82 Wenwood Drive, Massapequa
Park, New York 11762 to
maintain a rear yard deck
with pipe frame canopy and
an air conditioning unit in
the second front yard in
violation of Village Codes.
Such proposal is in Violation Code Chapter 345-30
Permitted Structures in
Front Yards which states:
Allowable encroachments
are covered and uncovered
open porches, a portico and
a temporary storage container. Chapter 345-31 (A)
Rear and Side Yards which
states: Minimum rear yard
setback required is fifteen
(15) feet. Proposed deck
would be located 13.1 feet
to rear west property line.
The air conditioning unit is
located approximately 26.4
feet to second front yard
property line.
Case 3845 To consider the
variance application of Ms.
Josette Pagillo, 240 Carol
Drive, Massapequa Park,

New York 11762 to erect a
deck adjacent to an above
ground pool without the
required rear yard setback.
Such proposal is in violation of Village Code Chapter 345-31(A) Rear and
Side Yards which states: All
structures require a minimum fifteen (15) foot rear
yard setback. Proposed
deck would have an eight
(8)
foot rear yard setback.
By order of the Zoning
Board of Appeals
July 5, 2013
1x 7/10/13 #628-POST

AMENDATORY BOND
RESOLUTION AMENDING A BOND RESOLUTION DATED JANUARY
14, 2013 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE
OF UP TO $325,530 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL
AMOUNT OF SERIAL
BONDS OF THE VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA
PARK, COUNTY OF NASSAU, STATE OF NEW
YORK, TO FINANCE THE
COSTS OF THE ACQUISITION OF MACHINERY
AND APPARATUS FOR
CONSTRUCTION AND
MAINTENANCE, IN AND
FOR THE VILLAGE.
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park (the “Village”) authorized the issuance of $325,530 serial
bonds to pay the cost of the
acquisition of machinery
and apparatus for construction and maintenance pursuant to a bond resolution
dated January 14, 2013 (the
“Prior Resolution”); and
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village in
Section 3 of the Prior Resolution authorized a period
of probable usefulness of
the aforesaid class of objects
or purpose as five years,
pursuant to subdivision 28
of paragraph a of Section
11.00 of the Local Finance
Law; and
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village has
determined the Project to
have a maximum period
of probable usefulness of
fifteen years as provided in
subdivision 28 of Section
11.00 of the Local Finance
Law; and
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village has
determined that it is in the
public interest of the Village to finance the Project
over fifteen years; and
WHEREAS, no obligations
of the Village have been issued pursuant to the Prior
Resolution, except for the
Village’s $325,530 Bond
Anticipation Note, Series
2013A, dated March 20,
2013 and which matures on
March 20, 2014.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the Board
of Trustees of the Village
of Massapequa Park, in the
County of Nassau, State of
New York, as follows:
Section A. Section 3 of the
Prior Resolution which determined that the period of
probable usefulness of the
aforesaid class of objects or

purpose is five years, pursuant to subdivision twenty eight of paragraph a of
Section 11.00 of the Local
Finance, is hereby amended
to provide that such period
of probable usefulness is fifteen years.
Section B. Section 10 of the
Prior Resolution is amended as follows:
This bond resolution is subject to a permissive referendum and will take effect
upon its adoption by the
Board of Trustees of the
Village and the expiration
of the period prescribed
in the Village Law during
which petitions for a permissive referendum may
be submitted and filed with
the Village Clerk.
Section C. Sections1, 2
and 4 through 9, inclusive,
of the Prior Resolution are
hereby ratified, approved
and confirmed as being not
affected by this amendatory
bond resolution and as being in full force and effect
from and after January 14,
2013, the terms of which
are incorporated herein
by reference and made applicable hereto except as
aforesaid. The Board of
Trustees deems this amendatory bond resolution to
be a sufficient summary of
said bond resolution which
may be inspected in the
office of the Village Clerk
during regular business
hours; and
VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA PARK
COUNTY OF NASSAU,
NEW YORK
ESTOPPEL NOTICE
The bond resolution published herewith was adopted
by the Board of Trustees of
the Village of Massapequa
Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the
State of New York, located
in the County of Nassau,
on June 10, 2013. The effectiveness of such bond
resolution was subject to a
permissive referendum and
notice thereof was given as
prescribed by law. The period of time prescribed by
law has elapsed for the submission and filing of a petition for a permissive referendum and a valid petition
has not been submitted and
filed. The validity of the
obligations authorized by
such bond resolution may
be hereafter contested only
if such obligations were
authorized for an object or
purpose, or class of object
or purpose, for which the

Village is not authorized
to expend money, or 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 (20) days after the date of publication
of this notice, or if such obligations were authorized in
violation of the provisions
of the Constitution of the
State of New York.
Date: July 20, 2013
/s/ Peggy Caltabiano
Peggy Caltabiano
Village Administrator/
Clerk
Village of Massapequa Park,
New York
1X 7/10/13 #630-POST

BOND RESOLUTION,
DATED JUNE 10, 2013,
AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $46,920 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL
AMOUNTSERIALBONDS
OF THE VILLAGE OF
PORT CHESTER, COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER,
STATE OF NEW YORK,
PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW, TO
FINANCE THE COSTS
OF THE ACQUISITION,
CONSTRUCTION AND
RECONSTRUCTION OF
IMPROVEMENTS TO
VILLAGE BUILDINGS.
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the State of New
York, located in the County
of Nassau, hereby determines that it is in the public interest of the Village
to authorize the financing
of the costs of the acquisition, construction and reconstruction of improvements to Village buildings,
including the acquisition of
any applicable equipment,
machinery, apparatus, land
or rights-in-land necessary
therefore and any preliminary and incidental costs
related thereto, at a total estimated cost not to exceed
$46,920, all in accordance
with the Local Finance Law;
(including the acquisition
of any applicable equipment, machinery, apparatus, land or rights-in-land
necessary therefore and any
preliminary and incidental
costs related thereto, at a
total estimated cost not to
exceed $46,920, all in accordance

with the Local Finance Law;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the Board
of Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park, County
of Nassau, State of New
York, as follows:
Section 1. There is hereby
authorized to be issued serial bonds of the Village,
and/or bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds, in the aggregate
principal amount not to exceed $46,920, pursuant to
the Local Finance Law, in
order to finance the costs of
the acquisition, construction and reconstruction of
improvements to Village
buildings, including the acquisition of any applicable
equipment, machinery, apparatus, land or rights-inland necessary therefore
and any preliminary and
incidental costs related
thereto (collectively, the
“Project”).
Section 2. The Board of
Trustees of the Village has
ascertained and hereby
states that (a) the estimated
maximum costs of the Project will not exceed $46,920;
(b) no money has heretofore been authorized to be
applied to the payment of
the costs of the Project; (c)
the Board of Trustees of the
Village plans to finance the
costs of the Project from
the proceeds of the serial
bonds authorized herein,
and/or of bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds; (d) the maximum
maturity of the serial bonds
authorized herein shall be
in excess of five (5) years;
and (e) on or before the expenditure of moneys to pay
for any costs in connection
with the Project for which
the proceeds of any obligations authorized herein are
to be applied to reimburse
the Village, the Board of
Trustees of the Village took
“official action” for federal
income tax purposes to authorize the capital financing
of such expenditure.
Section 3. It is hereby determined that the Project
is an object or purpose, or
of a class of object or purpose, as described in subdivision 12(a)(1) of paragraph a of Section 11.00 of
the Local Finance Law and
that the period of probable
usefulness of the Project is
twenty-five (25) years (such
buildings being of “Class A”

construction as that term
is defined in Section 11.00
of the Local Finance Law).
The serial bonds authorized
herein shall have a maximum maturity of twentyfive (25) years computed
from the earlier of (a) the
date of the first issue of such
serial bonds, or (b) the date
of the first issue of bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds.
Section 4. Subject to the
terms and conditions of
this bond resolution and
the Local Finance Law,
including the provisions
of Sections 21.00, 30.00,
50.00 and 56.00 to 60.00,
inclusive, the power to authorize serial bonds as authorized herein, and bond
anticipation notes issued
in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds,
including renewals thereof,
the power to prescribe the
terms, form and contents of
such serial bonds and such
bond anticipation notes,
and the power to issue,
sell and deliver such serial
bonds and such bond anticipation notes, are hereby
delegated to the Village
Treasurer, as the chief fiscal
officer of the Village. The
Village Treasurer is hereby
authorized to execute on
behalf of the Village all serial bonds issued pursuant
to this bond resolution, and
all bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds, and the Village Administrator/ Clerk is hereby
authorized to impress the
seal of the Village (or to
have imprinted a facsimile
thereof) on all such serial
bonds and all such bond
anticipation notes and to attest such seal. Each interest
coupon, if any, representing
interest payable on such serial bonds shall be authenticated by the manual or
facsimile signature of the
Village Treasurer.
Section 5. The faith and
credit of the Village are
hereby and shall be irrevocably pledged for the
punctual payment of the
principal of and interest on
all obligations authorized
and issued pursuant to this
bond resolution as the same
shall become due.
Section 6. When this bond
resolution takes effect, the
Village Administrator/
Clerk shall cause the same,
or a summary thereof, to be
published, together with a

notice in substantially the
form prescribed by Section
81.00 of the Local Finance
Law, in the Massapequa
Post, a newspaper having
a general circulation in the
Village. The validity of the
serial bonds authorized
herein, and of bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds, may
be contested only if such
obligations are authorized
for an object or purpose, or
class of object or purpose,
for which the Village is not
authorized to expend money, or the provisions of law,
which should have been
complied with as of the
date of publication of this
bond resolution, or such
summary thereof, were
not substantially complied
with, and an action, suit
or proceeding contesting
such validity is commenced
within twenty (20) days after the date of such publication, or if such obligations
were authorized in violation of the provisions of the
Constitution of the State of
New York.
Section 7. Prior to the issuance of any obligations authorized herein, the Board
of Trustees of the Village
shall comply with all applicable provisions prescribed
in Article 8 of the Environmental Conservation Law,
all regulations promulgated
thereunder by the New York
State Department of Environmental Conservation,
and all applicable Federal
laws and regulations in connection with environmental quality review relating
to the Project (collectively,
the “environmental compliance proceedings”). In the
event that any of the environmental compliance proceedings are not completed,
or require amendment or
modification subsequent to
the date of adoption of this
bond resolution, the Board
of Trustees of the Village
will re-adopt, amend or
modify this bond resolution prior to the issuance of
any obligations authorized
herein upon the advice of
bond counsel. It is hereby
determined by the Board of
Trustees of the Village that
the Project will not have a
significant effect on the environment. Section 8. The Village hereby declares its intention to
issue the serial bonds autho-
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rized herein, and/or bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds (collectively, the “obligations”),
to finance the costs of the
Project. The Village covenants for the benefit of the
holders of such obligations
that it will not make any
use of the proceeds of such
obligations, any funds reasonably expected to be used
to pay the principal of or
interest on such obligations
or any other funds of the
Village, and will not make
any use of the Project which
would cause the interest on
such obligations to become
subject to federal income
taxation under the Internal
Revenue Code of 1986, as
amended (the “Code”) (except for the federal alternative minimum tax imposed
on corporations by section
55 of the Code), or subject
the Village to any penalties
under section 148 of the
Code, and that it will not
take any action or omit to
take any action with respect
to such obligations, the proceeds thereof or the Project
financed thereby, if such
action or omission would
cause the interest on such
obligations to become subject to federal income taxation under the Code (except
for the federal alternative
minimum tax imposed on
corporations by section
55 of the Code), or subject
the Village to any penalties
under section 148 of the
Code. The foregoing covenants shall remain in full
force and effect notwithstanding the defeasance of
any serial bonds authorized
and issued under this bond
resolution or any other
provisions hereof, until the
date which is sixty (60) days
after the final maturity date
or earlier prior redemption
date thereof. The proceeds
of any obligations authorized herein may be applied
to reimburse expenditures
or commitments of the Village made in connection
with the Project on or after
a date which is not more
than sixty (60) days prior
to the date of adoption of
this bond resolution by the
Board of Trustees of the
Village.
Section 9. For the benefit
of the holders and beneficial owners from time to

time of the serial bonds
authorized herein, and of
bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds, the Village agrees,
in accordance with and as
an obligated person with
respect to such obligations
under, Rule 15c2-12 (the
“Rule”) promulgated by the
Securities Exchange Commission pursuant to the
Securities Exchange Act of
1934, to provide or cause to
be provided such financial
information and operating
data, financial statements
and notices, in such manner as may be required for
purposes of the Rule. In
order to describe and specify certain terms of the Village’s continuing disclosure
agreement for that purpose,
and thereby to implement
that agreement, including
provisions for enforcement,
amendment and termination, the Village Treasurer
is authorized and directed
to sign and deliver, in the
name and on behalf of the
Village, the commitment
authorized by subsection
6(c) of the Rule (the “Commitment”) to be placed on
file with the Village Administrator/ Clerk, which shall
constitute the continuing
disclosure agreement made
by the Village for the benefit of holders and beneficial
owners of such obligations
authorized herein in accordance with the Rule, with
any changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this bond resolution and not substantially
adverse to the Village and
that are approved by the
Village Treasurer on behalf
of the Village, all of which
shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the
Commitment or amendments thereto. The agreement formed collectively
by this paragraph and the
Commitment shall be the
Village’s continuing disclosure agreement for purposes of the Rule, and its performance shall be subject to
the availability of funds and
their annual appropriation
to meet costs the Village
would be required to incur
to perform thereunder. The
Village Treasurer is further
authorized and directed to
establish procedures in order to ensure compliance by
the Village with its continuing disclosure agreement,
including the timely provision

of information and notices. Prior to making any
filing in accordance with
the agreement or providing
notice of the occurrence of
any material event, the Village Treasurer shall consult
with, as appropriate, the
Village Attorney and bond
counsel or other qualified
independent special counsel to the Village and shall
be entitled to rely upon any
legal advice provided by
the Village Attorney and
such bond counsel or other
qualified independent special counsel in determining
whether a filing should be
made.

Section 10.
This bond resolution is subject to a permissive referendum and will take effect
upon its adoption by the
Board of Trustees of the
Village and the expiration
of the period prescribed
in the Village Law during
which petitions for a permissive referendum may
be submitted and filed with
the Village Clerk.
VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA PARK
COUNTY OF NASSAU,
NEW YORK
ESTOPPEL NOTICE
The bond resolution published herewith was adopted
by the Board of Trustees of
the Village of Massapequa
Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the
State of New York, located
in the County of Nassau,
on June 10, 2013. The effectiveness of such bond
resolution was subject to a
permissive referendum and
notice thereof was given as
prescribed by law. The period of time prescribed by
law has elapsed for the submission and filing of a petition for a permissive referendum and a valid petition
has not been submitted and
filed. The validity of the
obligations authorized by
such bond resolution may
be hereafter contested only
if such obligations were
authorized for an object or
purpose, or class of object
or purpose, for which the
Village is not authorized
to expend money, or 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 (20) days after the date of publication
of this notice, or if such obligations were authorized in
violation of the provisions
of the Constitution of the
State of New York.
Date: July 10, 2013
/s/ Peggy Caltabiano
Peggy Caltabiano
Village Administrator/
Clerk
Village of Massapequa Park,
New York
1X 7/10/13 #631-POST

BOND RESOLUTION,
DATED JUNE 10, 2013,
AUTHORIZING THE
ISSUANCE OF UP TO
$3,322,140 AGGREGATE
PRINCIPAL AMOUNT
SERIAL BONDS OF THE
VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA PARK, COUNTY OF NASSAU, STATE
OF NEW YORK, PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW, TO
FINANCE THE COSTS
OF (I) THE ACQUISITION OF MACHINERY
AND APPARATUS FOR
CONSTRUCTION AND
MAINTENANCE, (II)
THE ACQUISITION OF
IMPROVEMENTS TO
VILLAGE PARKS AND
(III) THE ACQUISITION,
CONSTRUCTION AND
RECONSTRUCTION OF
VILLAGE STREETS.
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the State of New
York, located in the County
of Nassau, hereby determines that it is in the public
interest of the Village to authorize the financing of the
costs of (i) the acquisition
of machinery and apparatus for construction and
maintenance ($180,540),
(ii) the acquisition of improvements to Village parks
($673,200) and (iii) the acquisition, construction and
reconstruction of improvements to Village streets
($2,468,400), including the
acquisition of any applicable equipment, machinery,
apparatus, land or rightsin land necessary therefore
and any preliminary and
incidental costs related
thereto, at a total estimated
cost not to exceed $640,000,
all in accordance with the
Local Finance Law;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the Board
of Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park, County
of Nassau, State of New
York, as follows:
Section 1.
There is hereby authorized
to be issued serial bonds
of the Village, and/or bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds, in the
aggregate principal amount
not to exceed $3,322,140,
pursuant to the Local Finance Law, in order to finance the costs of the specific objects or purposes, or
classes of objects or purposes,

hereinafter described.
Section 2. The specific objects or purposes, or class
of objects or purposes, to
be financed pursuant to
this bond resolution (collectively, the “Project”), the
respective estimated maximum cost of such specific
objects or purposes, the
principal amount of serial bonds, and/or of bond
anticipation notes issued
in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds,
authorized for such specific objects or purposes,
and the period of probable
usefulness of such specific
objects or purposes or class
of objects or purposes pursuant to the applicable subdivision of paragraph a of
Section 11.00 of the Local
Finance law, are as follows:
(a) The acquisition of machinery and apparatus for
construction and maintenance, including any preliminary and incidental
costs related thereto, at
an estimated maximum
cost of $180,540 for which
$180,540 principal amount
of serial bonds, and/or bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds, are authorized herein and appropriated therefore, having a
period of probable usefulness of fifteen (15) years
pursuant to subdivision 28
of paragraph a of Section
11.00 of the Local Finance
Law. Such serial bonds
shall have a maximum maturity of fifteen (15) years
computed from the earlier
of (a) the date of the first issue of such serial bonds or
(b) the date of the first issue
of bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds.
(b) The acquisition of improvements to Village
parks, including the acquisition of any applicable
equipment, machinery,
apparatus, land or rightsin land necessary therefore
and any preliminary and
incidental costs related
thereto, at an estimated
maximum cost of $673,200
for which $673,200 principal amount of serial bonds,
and/or bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds, are authorized
herein and appropriated
therefore, having a period
of probable usefulness of
fifteen (15) years pursuant

to subdivision 19 of paragraph a of Section 11.00
of the Local Finance Law.
Such serial bonds shall have
a maximum maturity of fifteen (15) years computed
from the earlier of (a) the
date of the first issue of such
serial bonds or (b) the date
of the first issue of bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds; and
(c) The acquisition, construction and reconstruction of improvements to
Village streets, including the
acquisition of any applicable equipment, machinery,
apparatus, land or rightsin land necessary therefore
and any preliminary and incidental costs related thereto, at an estimated maximum cost of $2,468,400 for
which $2,468,400 principal
amount of serial bonds,
and/or bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds, are authorized
herein and appropriated
therefore, having a period
of probable usefulness of
fifteen (15) years pursuant to subdivision 20(c)
of paragraph a of Section
11.00 of the Local Finance
Law. Such serial bonds
shall have a maximum maturity of fifteen (15) years
computed from the earlier
of (a) the date of the first issue of such serial bonds or
(b) the date of the first issue
of bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds; and
Section 3. The Board of
Trustees of the Village has
ascertained and hereby
states that (a) the estimated maximum costs of
the Project will not exceed
$3,322,140; (b) no money
has heretofore been authorized to be applied to the
payment of the costs of
the Project; (c) the Board
of Trustees of the Village
plans to finance the costs
of the Project from (i) the
proceeds of the serial bonds
authorized herein, and/or
of bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds; (d) the maximum
maturity of the serial bonds
authorized herein shall be
in excess of five (5) years;
and (e) on or before the expenditure of moneys to pay
for any costs in connection
with the Project for which
the proceeds of any obliga-

tions authorized herein are
to be applied to reimburse
the Village, the Board of
Trustees of the Village took
“official action” for federal
income tax purposes to authorize the capital financing
of such expenditure.
Section 4. Subject to the
terms and conditions of
this bond resolution and
the Local Finance Law,
including the provisions
of Sections 21.00, 30.00,
50.00 and 56.00 to 60.00,
inclusive, the power to authorize serial bonds as authorized herein, and bond
anticipation notes issued
in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds,
including renewals thereof,
the power to prescribe the
terms, form and contents of
such serial bonds and such
bond anticipation notes,
and the power to issue,
sell and deliver such serial
bonds and such bond anticipation notes, are hereby
delegated to the Village
Treasurer, as the chief fiscal
officer of the Village. The
Village Treasurer is hereby
authorized to execute on
behalf of the Village all serial bonds issued pursuant
to this bond resolution, and
all bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds, and the Village Administrator/ Clerk is hereby
authorized to impress the
seal of the Village (or to
have imprinted a facsimile
thereof) on all such serial
bonds and all such bond
anticipation notes and to attest such seal. Each interest
coupon, if any, representing
interest payable on such serial bonds shall be authenticated by the manual or
facsimile signature of the
Village Treasurer.
Section 5.
The faith and credit of the
Village are hereby and shall
be irrevocably pledged for
the punctual payment of the
principal of and interest on
all obligations authorized
and issued pursuant to this
bond resolution as the same
shall become due.
Section 6.
When this bond resolution takes effect, the Village
Administrator/Clerk shall
cause the same, or a summary thereof, to be published, together with a notice in substantially the form
prescribed by Section 81.00
of the Local Finance Law,
in the Massapequa Post, a

newspaper having a general
circulation in the Village.
The validity of the serial
bonds authorized herein,
and of bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds, may be contested
only if such obligations are
authorized for an object or
purpose, or class of object
or purpose, for which the
Village is not authorized to
expend money, or the provisions of law, which should
have been complied with as
of the date of publication
of this bond resolution,
or such summary thereof,
were not substantially complied with, and an action,
suit or proceeding contesting such validity is commenced within twenty (20)
days after the date of such
publication, or if such obligations were authorized in
violation of the provisions
of the Constitution of the
State of New York.
Section 7. Prior to the issuance of any obligations authorized herein, the Board
of Trustees of the Village
shall comply with all applicable provisions prescribed
in Article 8 of the Environmental Conservation Law,
all regulations promulgated
thereunder by the New York
State Department of Environmental Conservation,
and all applicable Federal
laws and regulations in connection with environmental quality review relating
to the Project (collectively,
the “environmental compliance proceedings”). In the
event that any of the environmental compliance proceedings are not completed,
or require amendment or
modification subsequent to
the date of adoption of this
bond resolution, the Board
of Trustees of the Village
will re-adopt, amend or
modify this bond resolution prior to the issuance of
any obligations authorized
herein upon the advice of
bond counsel. It is hereby
determined by the Board of
Trustees of the Village that
the Project will not have a
significant effect on the environment. Section 8. The Village hereby declares its intention to
issue the serial bonds authorized herein, and/or bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds (collectively, the “obligations”),
to finance the costs of the

Project. The Village covenants for the benefit of the
holders of such obligations
that it will not make any
use of the proceeds of such
obligations, any funds reasonably expected to be used
to pay the principal of or
interest on such obligations
or any other funds of the
Village, and will not make
any use of the Project which
would cause the interest on
such obligations to become
subject to federal income
taxation under the Internal
Revenue Code of 1986, as
amended (the “Code”) (except for the federal alternative minimum tax imposed
on corporations by section
55 of the Code), or subject
the Village to any penalties
under section 148 of the
Code, and that it will not
take any action or omit to
take any action with respect
to such obligations, the proceeds thereof or the Project
financed thereby, if such
action or omission would
cause the interest on such
obligations to become subject to federal income taxation under the Code (except
for the federal alternative
minimum tax imposed on
corporations by section
55 of the Code), or subject
the Village to any penalties
under section 148 of the
Code. The foregoing covenants shall remain in full
force and effect notwithstanding the defeasance of
any serial bonds authorized
and issued under this bond
resolution or any other
provisions hereof, until the
date which is sixty (60) days
after the final maturity date
or earlier prior redemption
date thereof. The proceeds
of any obligations authorized herein may be applied
to reimburse expenditures
or commitments of the Village made in connection
with the Project on or after
a date which is not more
than sixty (60) days prior
to the date of adoption of
this bond resolution by the
Board of Trustees of the
Village.
Section 9. For the benefit
of the holders and beneficial owners from time to
time of the serial bonds
authorized herein, and of
bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds, the Village agrees,

in accordance with and as
an obligated person with
respect to such obligations
under, Rule 15c2-12 (the
“Rule”) promulgated by the
Securities Exchange Commission pursuant to the
Securities Exchange Act of
1934, to provide or cause to
be provided such financial
information and operating
data, financial statements
and notices, in such manner as may be required for
purposes of the Rule. In
order to describe and specify certain terms of the Village’s continuing disclosure
agreement for that purpose,
and thereby to implement
that agreement, including
provisions for enforcement,
amendment and termination, the Village Treasurer
is authorized and directed
to sign and deliver, in the
name and on behalf of the
Village, the commitment
authorized by subsection
6(c) of the Rule (the “Commitment”) to be placed on
file with the Village Administrator/ Clerk, which shall
constitute the continuing
disclosure agreement made
by the Village for the benefit of holders and beneficial
owners of such obligations
authorized herein in accordance with the Rule, with
any changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this bond resolution and not substantially
adverse to the Village and
that are approved by the
Village Treasurer on behalf
of the Village, all of which
shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the
Commitment or amendments thereto. The agreement formed collectively
by this paragraph and the
Commitment shall be the
Village’s continuing disclosure agreement for purposes of the Rule, and its performance shall be subject to
the availability of funds and
their annual appropriation
to meet costs the Village
would be required to incur
to perform thereunder. The
Village Treasurer is further
authorized and directed to
establish procedures in order to ensure compliance by
the Village with its continuing disclosure agreement,
including the timely provision of information and notices. Prior to making any
filing in accordance with
the agreement or providing

notice of the occurrence of
any material event, the Village Treasurer shall consult
with, as appropriate, the
Village Attorney and bond
counsel or other qualified
independent special counsel to the Village and shall
be entitled to rely upon any
legal advice provided by
the Village Attorney and
such bond counsel or other
qualified independent special counsel in determining
whether a filing should be
made.

Section 10.
This bond resolution is subject to a permissive referendum and will take effect
upon its adoption by the
Board of Trustees of the
Village and the expiration
of the period prescribed
in the Village Law during
which petitions for a permissive referendum may
be submitted and filed with
the Village Clerk.
IVILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA PARK
COUNTY OF NASSAU,
NEW YORK
ESTOPPEL NOTICE
The bond resolution published herewith was adopted
by the Board of Trustees of
the Village of Massapequa
Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the
State of New York, located
in the County of Nassau,
on June 10, 2013. The effectiveness of such bond
resolution was subject to a
permissive referendum and
notice thereof was given as
prescribed by law. The period of time prescribed by
law has elapsed for the submission and filing of a petition for a permissive referendum and a valid petition
has not been submitted and
filed. The validity of the
obligations authorized by
such bond resolution may
be hereafter contested only
if such obligations were
authorized for an object or
purpose, or class of object
or purpose, for which the
Village is not authorized
to expend money, or 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 (20) days after the date of publication
of this notice, or if such obligations were authorized in

violation of the provisions
of the Constitution of the
State of New York.
Date: July 10, 2013
/s/ Peggy Caltabiano
Peggy Caltabiano
Village Administrator/
Clerk
Village of Massapequa Park,
New York
1x 7/10/13 #629-POST

Notice of formation of
BREAKING DAD, LLC.
Articles of organization
filed with the Secretary of
State of N.Y. (SSNY) on
3/28/13. Office location:
Nassau County. SSNY has
been designated as agent
of the LLC upon whom
process against it may be
served. SSNY shall mail
process to the LLC, 45
Broadway, Massapequa
Park, NY 11762. Purpose:
Any lawful activity.
6x 7/10/13 #607-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: WVC Hospitality, Inc.,
103 Woodcleft Ave, Freeport, N.Y. 11520
for On-Premise consumption. 2x 7/10/13 #620-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: Prince Umberto
Restaurant & Pizzeria Inc.,
721 D&E Franklin Avenue,
Franklin Square, N.Y. 11010
for On-Premise consumption. 2X 7/10/13 #621-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: SS Charmer Corp.,
41 Glen Head Road,
Glen Head, N.Y. 11545 for
On-Premise consumption.
2X 7/10/13 #622-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: Sambikou Corp, 24A
Jericho Turnpike, Jericho,
N.Y. 11753 for On-Premise
consumption.
2X 7/10/13 #623-POST

Notice is hereby given that
a license, number pending
for Beer has been applied
for by the undersigned to
sell Beer at retail in a restaurant under the Alcoholic
Beverage Control Law at:
Kaira Food Inc., 1146 Front
Street, Uniondale, N.Y.
11553 for On-Premise consumption. 2X 7/10/13 #624-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: Minar Caterers Hicksville LLC,. 238 244A Old
Country Road, Hicksville,
N.Y. 11801 for On-Premise
consumption.
2x 7/10/13 #625-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: J.A.S.T. Restaurant
Corp.,
24 Central Avenue, Massapequa, N.Y. 11758, for On-
Premise consumption.
2X 7/10/13 #626-POST

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA
PARK
NASSAU COUNTY, NEW
YORK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the provision of the State of New
York, that a Public Hearing
will be held by the Zoning
Board of Appeals in the Incorporated Village of Massapequa Park on Wednesday July 24,
2013 at 8:00 PM in the Village Hall, 151Front Street,
Massapequa
Park, New York 11762 for
the following purposes:
Case No. 3842 To consider
the variance application of
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ferrara, 83 O’Connell Street,

Massapequa Park, New
York 11762 to maintain an
existing diving board in an
approved inground pool
which is located too close
to the west property line.
Such proposal is in violation
of Village Code Chapter
345-41(J) Pools-Distances
which states: Any pool accessories must be located
five (5) feet or more from
property lines. Diving
board is located nine
(9”) inches to the west
property line.
Case No. 3843 To consider
the variance application of
Mr. and Mrs. James Keeley, 186 Smith Street, Massapequa Park, New York
11762 to erect on this
Corner property a five (5)
foot fence within the front
yard in violation of Village
Code.
Such proposal is in violation of Village Code Chapter 345-40(B) Corner plot
which states: A four (4) foot
open picket fence is only
allowed in the front yard.
Proposed fence is a four (4)
foot solid with one (1) foot
lattice totaling five (5) feet
tall. Fence to start at northwest corner of garage, run
north 18.5 feet and proceed
west to property line then
run south and stop at front
foundation line of garage.
The proposed fence would
be located 9’- 4” from front
property line.
Case 3844 To consider the
variance application of Ms.
Regina Fasulo, 82 Wenwood Drive, Massapequa
Park, New York 11762 to
maintain a rear yard deck
with pipe frame canopy and
an air conditioning unit in
the second front yard in
violation of Village Codes.
Such proposal is in Violation Code Chapter 345-30
Permitted Structures in
Front Yards which states:
Allowable encroachments
are covered and uncovered
open porches, a portico and
a temporary storage container. Chapter 345-31 (A)
Rear and Side Yards which
states: Minimum rear yard
setback required is fifteen
(15) feet. Proposed deck
would be located 13.1 feet
to rear west property line.
The air conditioning unit is
located approximately 26.4
feet to second front yard
property line.
Case 3845 To consider the
variance application of Ms.
Josette Pagillo, 240 Carol
Drive, Massapequa Park,

New York 11762 to erect a
deck adjacent to an above
ground pool without the
required rear yard setback.
Such proposal is in violation of Village Code Chapter 345-31(A) Rear and
Side Yards which states: All
structures require a minimum fifteen (15) foot rear
yard setback. Proposed
deck would have an eight
(8)
foot rear yard setback.
By order of the Zoning
Board of Appeals
July 5, 2013
1x 7/10/13 #628-POST

AMENDATORY BOND
RESOLUTION AMENDING A BOND RESOLUTION DATED JANUARY
14, 2013 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE
OF UP TO $325,530 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL
AMOUNT OF SERIAL
BONDS OF THE VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA
PARK, COUNTY OF NASSAU, STATE OF NEW
YORK, TO FINANCE THE
COSTS OF THE ACQUISITION OF MACHINERY
AND APPARATUS FOR
CONSTRUCTION AND
MAINTENANCE, IN AND
FOR THE VILLAGE.
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park (the “Village”) authorized the issuance of $325,530 serial
bonds to pay the cost of the
acquisition of machinery
and apparatus for construction and maintenance pursuant to a bond resolution
dated January 14, 2013 (the
“Prior Resolution”); and
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village in
Section 3 of the Prior Resolution authorized a period
of probable usefulness of
the aforesaid class of objects
or purpose as five years,
pursuant to subdivision 28
of paragraph a of Section
11.00 of the Local Finance
Law; and
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village has
determined the Project to
have a maximum period
of probable usefulness of
fifteen years as provided in
subdivision 28 of Section
11.00 of the Local Finance
Law; and
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village has
determined that it is in the
public interest of the Village to finance the Project
over fifteen years; and
WHEREAS, no obligations
of the Village have been issued pursuant to the Prior
Resolution, except for the
Village’s $325,530 Bond
Anticipation Note, Series
2013A, dated March 20,
2013 and which matures on
March 20, 2014.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the Board
of Trustees of the Village
of Massapequa Park, in the
County of Nassau, State of
New York, as follows:
Section A. Section 3 of the
Prior Resolution which determined that the period of
probable usefulness of the
aforesaid class of objects or

purpose is five years, pursuant to subdivision twenty eight of paragraph a of
Section 11.00 of the Local
Finance, is hereby amended
to provide that such period
of probable usefulness is fifteen years.
Section B. Section 10 of the
Prior Resolution is amended as follows:
This bond resolution is subject to a permissive referendum and will take effect
upon its adoption by the
Board of Trustees of the
Village and the expiration
of the period prescribed
in the Village Law during
which petitions for a permissive referendum may
be submitted and filed with
the Village Clerk.
Section C. Sections1, 2
and 4 through 9, inclusive,
of the Prior Resolution are
hereby ratified, approved
and confirmed as being not
affected by this amendatory
bond resolution and as being in full force and effect
from and after January 14,
2013, the terms of which
are incorporated herein
by reference and made applicable hereto except as
aforesaid. The Board of
Trustees deems this amendatory bond resolution to
be a sufficient summary of
said bond resolution which
may be inspected in the
office of the Village Clerk
during regular business
hours; and
VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA PARK
COUNTY OF NASSAU,
NEW YORK
ESTOPPEL NOTICE
The bond resolution published herewith was adopted
by the Board of Trustees of
the Village of Massapequa
Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the
State of New York, located
in the County of Nassau,
on June 10, 2013. The effectiveness of such bond
resolution was subject to a
permissive referendum and
notice thereof was given as
prescribed by law. The period of time prescribed by
law has elapsed for the submission and filing of a petition for a permissive referendum and a valid petition
has not been submitted and
filed. The validity of the
obligations authorized by
such bond resolution may
be hereafter contested only
if such obligations were
authorized for an object or
purpose, or class of object
or purpose, for which the

Village is not authorized
to expend money, or 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 (20) days after the date of publication
of this notice, or if such obligations were authorized in
violation of the provisions
of the Constitution of the
State of New York.
Date: July 20, 2013
/s/ Peggy Caltabiano
Peggy Caltabiano
Village Administrator/
Clerk
Village of Massapequa Park,
New York
1X 7/10/13 #630-POST

BOND RESOLUTION,
DATED JUNE 10, 2013,
AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $46,920 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL
AMOUNTSERIALBONDS
OF THE VILLAGE OF
PORT CHESTER, COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER,
STATE OF NEW YORK,
PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW, TO
FINANCE THE COSTS
OF THE ACQUISITION,
CONSTRUCTION AND
RECONSTRUCTION OF
IMPROVEMENTS TO
VILLAGE BUILDINGS.
WHEREAS, the Board of
Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the State of New
York, located in the County
of Nassau, hereby determines that it is in the public interest of the Village
to authorize the financing
of the costs of the acquisition, construction and reconstruction of improvements to Village buildings,
including the acquisition of
any applicable equipment,
machinery, apparatus, land
or rights-in-land necessary
therefore and any preliminary and incidental costs
related thereto, at a total estimated cost not to exceed
$46,920, all in accordance
with the Local Finance Law;
(including the acquisition
of any applicable equipment, machinery, apparatus, land or rights-in-land
necessary therefore and any
preliminary and incidental
costs related thereto, at a
total estimated cost not to
exceed $46,920, all in accordance

with the Local Finance Law;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the Board
of Trustees of the Village of
Massapequa Park, County
of Nassau, State of New
York, as follows:
Section 1. There is hereby
authorized to be issued serial bonds of the Village,
and/or bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds, in the aggregate
principal amount not to exceed $46,920, pursuant to
the Local Finance Law, in
order to finance the costs of
the acquisition, construction and reconstruction of
improvements to Village
buildings, including the acquisition of any applicable
equipment, machinery, apparatus, land or rights-inland necessary therefore
and any preliminary and
incidental costs related
thereto (collectively, the
“Project”).
Section 2. The Board of
Trustees of the Village has
ascertained and hereby
states that (a) the estimated
maximum costs of the Project will not exceed $46,920;
(b) no money has heretofore been authorized to be
applied to the payment of
the costs of the Project; (c)
the Board of Trustees of the
Village plans to finance the
costs of the Project from
the proceeds of the serial
bonds authorized herein,
and/or of bond anticipation
notes issued in anticipation
of the issuance of such serial bonds; (d) the maximum
maturity of the serial bonds
authorized herein shall be
in excess of five (5) years;
and (e) on or before the expenditure of moneys to pay
for any costs in connection
with the Project for which
the proceeds of any obligations authorized herein are
to be applied to reimburse
the Village, the Board of
Trustees of the Village took
“official action” for federal
income tax purposes to authorize the capital financing
of such expenditure.
Section 3. It is hereby determined that the Project
is an object or purpose, or
of a class of object or purpose, as described in subdivision 12(a)(1) of paragraph a of Section 11.00 of
the Local Finance Law and
that the period of probable
usefulness of the Project is
twenty-five (25) years (such
buildings being of “Class A”

construction as that term
is defined in Section 11.00
of the Local Finance Law).
The serial bonds authorized
herein shall have a maximum maturity of twentyfive (25) years computed
from the earlier of (a) the
date of the first issue of such
serial bonds, or (b) the date
of the first issue of bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds.
Section 4. Subject to the
terms and conditions of
this bond resolution and
the Local Finance Law,
including the provisions
of Sections 21.00, 30.00,
50.00 and 56.00 to 60.00,
inclusive, the power to authorize serial bonds as authorized herein, and bond
anticipation notes issued
in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds,
including renewals thereof,
the power to prescribe the
terms, form and contents of
such serial bonds and such
bond anticipation notes,
and the power to issue,
sell and deliver such serial
bonds and such bond anticipation notes, are hereby
delegated to the Village
Treasurer, as the chief fiscal
officer of the Village. The
Village Treasurer is hereby
authorized to execute on
behalf of the Village all serial bonds issued pursuant
to this bond resolution, and
all bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds, and the Village Administrator/ Clerk is hereby
authorized to impress the
seal of the Village (or to
have imprinted a facsimile
thereof) on all such serial
bonds and all such bond
anticipation notes and to attest such seal. Each interest
coupon, if any, representing
interest payable on such serial bonds shall be authenticated by the manual or
facsimile signature of the
Village Treasurer.
Section 5. The faith and
credit of the Village are
hereby and shall be irrevocably pledged for the
punctual payment of the
principal of and interest on
all obligations authorized
and issued pursuant to this
bond resolution as the same
shall become due.
Section 6. When this bond
resolution takes effect, the
Village Administrator/
Clerk shall cause the same,
or a summary thereof, to be
published, together with a

notice in substantially the
form prescribed by Section
81.00 of the Local Finance
Law, in the Massapequa
Post, a newspaper having
a general circulation in the
Village. The validity of the
serial bonds authorized
herein, and of bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds, may
be contested only if such
obligations are authorized
for an object or purpose, or
class of object or purpose,
for which the Village is not
authorized to expend money, or the provisions of law,
which should have been
complied with as of the
date of publication of this
bond resolution, or such
summary thereof, were
not substantially complied
with, and an action, suit
or proceeding contesting
such validity is commenced
within twenty (20) days after the date of such publication, or if such obligations
were authorized in violation of the provisions of the
Constitution of the State of
New York.
Section 7. Prior to the issuance of any obligations authorized herein, the Board
of Trustees of the Village
shall comply with all applicable provisions prescribed
in Article 8 of the Environmental Conservation Law,
all regulations promulgated
thereunder by the New York
State Department of Environmental Conservation,
and all applicable Federal
laws and regulations in connection with environmental quality review relating
to the Project (collectively,
the “environmental compliance proceedings”). In the
event that any of the environmental compliance proceedings are not completed,
or require amendment or
modification subsequent to
the date of adoption of this
bond resolution, the Board
of Trustees of the Village
will re-adopt, amend or
modify this bond resolution prior to the issuance of
any obligations authorized
herein upon the advice of
bond counsel. It is hereby
determined by the Board of
Trustees of the Village that
the Project will not have a
significant effect on the environment. Section 8. The Village hereby declares its intention to
issue the serial bonds autho-

rized herein, and/or bond
anticipation notes issued in
anticipation of the issuance
of such serial bonds (collectively, the “obligations”),
to finance the costs of the
Project. The Village covenants for the benefit of the
holders of such obligations
that it will not make any
use of the proceeds of such
obligations, any funds reasonably expected to be used
to pay the principal of or
interest on such obligations
or any other funds of the
Village, and will not make
any use of the Project which
would cause the interest on
such obligations to become
subject to federal income
taxation under the Internal
Revenue Code of 1986, as
amended (the “Code”) (except for the federal alternative minimum tax imposed
on corporations by section
55 of the Code), or subject
the Village to any penalties
under section 148 of the
Code, and that it will not
take any action or omit to
take any action with respect
to such obligations, the proceeds thereof or the Project
financed thereby, if such
action or omission would
cause the interest on such
obligations to become subject to federal income taxation under the Code (except
for the federal alternative
minimum tax imposed on
corporations by section
55 of the Code), or subject
the Village to any penalties
under section 148 of the
Code. The foregoing covenants shall remain in full
force and effect notwithstanding the defeasance of
any serial bonds authorized
and issued under this bond
resolution or any other
provisions hereof, until the
date which is sixty (60) days
after the final maturity date
or earlier prior redemption
date thereof. The proceeds
of any obligations authorized herein may be applied
to reimburse expenditures
or commitments of the Village made in connection
with the Project on or after
a date which is not more
than sixty (60) days prior
to the date of adoption of
this bond resolution by the
Board of Trustees of the
Village.
Section 9. For the benefit
of the holders and beneficial owners from time to
time of the serial bonds
authorized herein, and of
bond anticipation notes

issued in anticipation of
the issuance of such serial
bonds, the Village agrees,
in accordance with and as
an obligated person with
respect to such obligations
under, Rule 15c2-12 (the
“Rule”) promulgated by the
Securities Exchange Commission pursuant to the
Securities Exchange Act of
1934, to provide or cause to
be provided such financial
information and operating
data, financial statements
and notices, in such manner as may be required for
purposes of the Rule. In
order to describe and specify certain terms of the Village’s continuing disclosure
agreement for that purpose,
and thereby to implement
that agreement, including
provisions for enforcement,
amendment and termination, the Village Treasurer
is authorized and directed
to sign and deliver, in the
name and on behalf of the
Village, the commitment
authorized by subsection
6(c) of the Rule (the “Commitment”) to be placed on
file with the Village Administrator/ Clerk, which shall
constitute the continuing
disclosure agreement made
by the Village for the benefit of holders and beneficial
owners of such obligations
authorized herein in accordance with the Rule, with
any changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this bond resolution and not substantially
adverse to the Village and
that are approved by the
Village Treasurer on behalf
of the Village, all of which
shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the
Commitment or amendments thereto. The agreement formed collectively
by this paragraph and the
Commitment shall be the
Village’s continuing disclosure agreement for purposes of the Rule, and its performance shall be subject to
the availability of funds and
their annual appropriation
to meet costs the Village
would be required to incur
to perform thereunder. The
Village Treasurer is further
authorized and directed to
establish procedures in order to ensure compliance by
the Village with its continuing disclosure agreement,
including the timely provision of information and notices. Prior to making any
filing in accordance with
the agreement or providing
notice of the occurrence of
any material event, the Village Treasurer shall consult
with, as appropriate, the

Village Attorney and bond
counsel or other qualified
independent special counsel to the Village and shall
be entitled to rely upon any
legal advice provided by
the Village Attorney and
such bond counsel or other
qualified independent special counsel in determining
whether a filing should be
made.
Section 10. This bond
resolution is subject to a
permissive referendum
and will take effect upon its
adoption by the Board of
Trustees of the Village and
the expiration of the period
prescribed in the Village
Law during which petitions
for a permissive referendum
may be submitted and filed
with the Village Clerk.
VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA PARK
COUNTY OF NASSAU,
NEW YORK
ESTOPPEL NOTICE
The bond resolution published herewith was adopted
by the Board of Trustees of
the Village of Massapequa
Park (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the
State of New York, located
in the County of Nassau,
on June 10, 2013. The effectiveness of such bond
resolution was subject to a
permissive referendum and
notice thereof was given as
prescribed by law. The period of time prescribed by
law has elapsed for the submission and filing of a petition for a permissive referendum and a valid petition
has not been submitted and
filed. The validity of the
obligations authorized by
such bond resolution may
be hereafter contested only
if such obligations were
authorized for an object or
purpose, or class of object
or purpose, for which the
Village is not authorized
to expend money, or 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 (20) days after the date of publication
of this notice, or if such obligations were authorized in
violation of the provisions
of the Constitution of the
State of New York.
Date: July 10, 2013
/s/ Peggy Caltabiano
Peggy Caltabiano
Village Administrator/
Clerk
Village of Massapequa Park,
New York
1X 7/10/13 #631-POST

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