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NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT COUNT Y OF Nassau, MTGLQ
Investors, LP, Plaintiff, vs.
Patrick J. Bennett, ET AL.,
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
filed on August 04, 2017,
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction at
the CCP (Calendar Control
Part Courtroom) in the Supreme Court, 100 Supreme
Court Drive, Mineola, NY
on October 17, 2017 at 11:30
a.m., premises known as 48
Francine Drive North, Massapequa, NY. All that certain
plot, piece or parcel of land,
with the buildings and improvements thereon erected,
situate, lying and being in
the Town of Oyster Bay,
County of Nassau and State
of New York, Section 53,
Block A06 and Lot 75. Approximate amount of judgment is $251,598.44 plus
interest and costs. Premises
will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment
Index # 14985/13.
Mark Ricciardi, Esq., RefereeKnuckles, Komosinski
& Manfro, LLP, 565 Taxter
Road, Ste. 590, Elmsford,
NY 10523, Attorneys for
Plaintiff
4s 10/4/17 776-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT -
COUNTY OF NASSAU
U.S. BANK TRUST, N.A.,
AS TRUSTEE FOR LSF9
MASTER PARTICIPATION
TRUST,
Index No.: 14948/13
Plaintiff,
Against
DORAN DAVIS, NATASHA
BARNES,
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment
of Foreclosure and Sale,
duly recorded in the Nassau County Clerk’s Office
on 2/6/2017, I, the undersigned Referee, will sell at
public auction, in the CCP
(Calendar Control Part)
Courtroom in the Nassau
Supreme Court, 100 Supreme Court Dr., Mineola,
NY 11501 on 10/17/2017 at
11:30 am, premises known
as 92 Dover Street, Massapequa, NY 11758 and
described as follows:
ALL that certain plot piece
or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town
of Oyster Bay, County of
Nassau and State of New

York and designated on
the tax maps of the Nassau
County Treasurer as Section
0053, Block 00017-00 and
Lot 00066.
The approximate amount of
the current Judgment lien
is $399,113.25 plus interest
and costs. The Premises will
be sold subject to provisions
of the aforesaid Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale; Index
# 14948/13.
Peter T. Bauer, Esq.,
Referee.
STIENE & ASSOCIATES,
P.C. (Attorneys for Plaintiff),
167 Main Street, Northport,
NY 11768
Dated: 8/17/17 File Number: 201202875-02 TKS
4X 10/4/17 #777-POST

SUPREME COURT –
COUNTY OF NASSAU
SUNWEST MORTGAGE
COMPANY, INC, Plaintiff
against
CONSTANCE DAVIS, et al
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
on May 23, 2017.
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction in
the Calendar Control Part
(CCP) Courtroom of the Supreme Court, 100 Supreme
Court Drive, Mineola, N.Y.
on the 17th day of October,
2017 at 11:30 a.m. premises described as follows:
All that certain plot, piece
or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying and being at Amityville,
in the Town of Oyster Bay,
County of Nassau and State
of New York.
Said premises known as 577
Clocks Boulevard, Massapequa, N.Y. 11758.
(Section: 66, Block: 116,
Lot: 22-24).
Approximate amount of lien
$ 514,060.25 plus interest
and costs.
Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed
judgment and terms of sale.
Index No. 002099-16.
Lawrence Weinreich, Esq.,
Referee.
McCabe, Weisberg &
Conway, P.C.
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
145 Huguenot Street –
Suite 210
New Rochelle,
New York 10801
(914) 636-8900
4x 10/4/17 #778-POST

REFEREE’S NOTICE OF
SALE IN FORECLOSURE
SUPREME COURT –

COUNTY OF NASSAU
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff – against – DONALD SHERIDAN, et al
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
on November 29, 2016. I, the
undersigned Referee will sell
at public auction, in the Calendar Control Part (CCP)
Courtroom of the Nassau
County Supreme Court,
100 Supreme Court Drive,
Mineola, New York 11501
on the 17th Day of October,
2017 at 11:30 a.m. All that
certain plot, piece or parcel
of land, with the buildings
and improvements thereon
erected, situate, lying and
being in the Incorporated
Village of Massapequa Park,
Town of Oyster Bay, County
of Nassau and State
of New York.
Premises known as 112
Whitewood Drive, Massapequa Park, (Village of
Massapequa Park, Town of
Oyster Bay) NY 11762.
(Section: 65, Block: 218, Lot:
20 and 22)
Approximate amount of lien
$757,168.18 plus interest
and costs.
Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed judgment and terms of sale.
Index No. 017427/11. David
Weiss, Esq., Referee.
Davidson Fink LLP
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
28 East Main Street,
Suite 1700
Rochester, NY 14614-1990
Tel. 585/760-8218
Dated: August 10, 2017
4x 10/4/17 #779-POST

Notice of formation of
Makeup By Danielle-Dollface Cosmetics LLC. Articles
of Organization filed with
Secretary of State of New
York SSNY on 08/18/2017.
Office located in Nassau
County. SSNY has been
designated for service of
process. SSNY shall mail
copy of any process served
against the LLC: 51 Fulton
Street , Massapequa Park,
NY 11762. Purpose: Any
lawful purpose.
4x 10/4/17 #780-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF NASSAU
Nationstar Mortgage LLC,
Plaintiff
AGAINST
James Petry; Jeanette Petry;
et al., Defendant(s)
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly

dated April 4, 2017 I, the
undersigned Referee will
sell at public auction at the
Nassau County Supreme
Court, Calendar Control
Part (CCP) 100 Supreme
Court Drive, Mineola, New
York, 11501 on October 17,
2017 at 11:30AM, premises known as 8 Riverdale
Avenue, Massapequa, NY
11758. All that certain plot
piece or parcel of land, with
the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying
and being in the Town of
Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of NY, Section 66. Block 129 Lot 124.
Approximate amount of
judgment $362,361.72 plus
interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to
provisions of filed Judgment
Index# 16-006031.
Janine Lynam, Esq, Referee
Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak,
LLC
Attorney(s) for the Plaintiff
175 Mile Crossing Boulevard Rochester, New York
14624
(877) 759-1835
Dated: July 28, 2017
4x 10/4/17 #782-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
SUP R EME C OURTCOUNTY OF NASSAU
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE,
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST
TO WACHOVIA BANK,
N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR
PARK PLACE SECURITIES,
INC., ASSET- BACKED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-
WWF1, Plaintiff,
AGAINST
ARLINE DEMAIO A/K/A
AR L INE DE MAIO,
DAWN ALPDOGAN, et al.
Defendant(s)
Pursuant to a judgment of
foreclosure and sale duly
entered January 15, 2016
I the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction at
the CCP (Calendar Control
Part Courtroom) in the
Nassau Supreme Court,
100 Supreme Court Drive,
Mineola, NY 11501 on
October 24, 2017 at 11:30
AM premises known as 254
NORTH LINDEN ST, MASSAPEQUA, NY 11758
All that certain plot piece
or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town
of Oyster Bay, County of
Nassau and State of New
York. Section 52, Block 81
and Lot 38, 39, 40

Approximate amount of
judgment $722,026.04 plus
interest and costs. Premises
will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment.
Index #11413/08
MICHAEL A. MONTESANO ESQ., Referee,
Aldridge Pite, LLP - Attorneys for Plaintiff – 40
Marcus Drive, Suite 200,
Melville, NY 11747
4x 10/11/17 #786-POST

Notice of formation of Nassau Cognitive Behavioral
Psychology, PLLC. Arts. of
Org. filed with Sec. of State
of NY (SSNY) on 8/25/17.
Office location: Nassau
County. SSNY designated
as agent upon whom process
against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail process c/o
the PLLC, PO Box 1253,
North Massapequa, NY
11758. Purpose: Practice of
Psychology.
6x 10/25/17 #787-POST

SUPREME COURT -
COUNTY OF NASSAU
NATIONSTAR
MORTGAGE, LLC D/B/A
CHAMPION MORTGAGE
COMPANY,
V.
ALBERT AFFLITTO, et al.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
April 28, 2015, and entered
in the Office of the Clerk
of the County of Nassau,
wherein NATIONSTAR
MORTGAGE, LLC D/B/A
CHAMPION MORTGAGE
COMPANY, is the Plaintiff
and ALBERT AFFLITTO,
ET AL. are the Defendant(s).
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction at
the CONTROL PART (CCP)
COURTROOM OF THE
SUPREME COURT, 100
SUPREME COURT DRIVE,
MINEOLA, NY 11501, on
October 24, 2017 at 11:30
AM, premises known as 285
NORTH ATLANTA AVENUE, MASSAPEQUA, NY
11758; Section 52; Block 65;
Lot 469; Lotgroup 469-470,
1568, 1570:
ALL THAT CERTAIN
PLOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, WITHT
HE BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON
ERECTED, SITUATE, LYING AND BEING AT MASSAPEQUA, IN THE TOWN
OF OYSTER BAY, COUNTY
OF NASSAU AND STATE
OF NEW YORK
Premises will be sold subject

to provisions of filed Judgment Index # 17823/2011.
Michael A. Montesano, Esq.
- Referee. RAS Boriskin,
LLC 900 Merchants Concourse, Suite 106, Westbury,
New York 11590, Attorneys
for Plaintiff
1x 10/11/17 #788-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
Supreme Court County Of
Nassau
The Bank of New York Mellon fka The Bank of New
York, as Trustee for the Certificateholders, CWALT,
Inc., Alternative Loan Trust
2007-J2, Mortgage Pass-
Through Certificates, Series
2007-J2, Plaintiff
AGAINST
Christopher Jolly, Kara Jolly,
et al, Defendant
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
dated 4/12/2016and entered on 4/19/2016, I, the
undersigned Referee, will
sell at public auction at the
Courtroom of the Supreme
Court Mineola, 100 Supreme Court Drive, The Calendar Control Part (CCP),
Mineola, NY on October 31,
2017 at 11:30 AM premises
known as 384 East Lake Avenue, Massapequa Park, NY
11762. All that certain plot
piece or parcel of land, with
the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying
and being in the Borough
and County of Nassau, State
of New York, SECTION: 48,
BLOCK: 327, LOT: 83. Approximate amount of judgment is $754,251.96 plus
interests and costs. Premises
will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment
Index # 008723/2012.
Howard Fensterman, Referee/+ FRENKEL LAMBERT
WEISS WEISMAN & GORDON LLP
53 Gibson Street
Bay Shore, NY 11706
4x 10/18/17 #792-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 OCTOBER 5, 2017,
at 7:00 P. M., to consider the
following appeals:
BY ORDER OF THE
ZONING BOARD OF
APPEALS
APPEAL NO. 17-409
MASSAPEQUA
TIMOTHY KELLY: Variance
to install generator having
less side yard setback than
permitted by Ordinance.
S/s/o Hamilton Ave., 260.72
ft. E/o Franklin Ave., a/k/a
156 Hamilton Avenue,
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 1 7 - 4 1 0
MASSAPEQUA
CARRIE ANN BRODER:
Variance to construct
portico having less average
front yard setback than
permitted by N/s/o Tanwood
Dr., 553 ft. W/o Riviera Dr.
E., a/k/a 19 Tanwood Drive,
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 1 7 - 4 1 1
MASSAPEQUA
AUDREY DIRUSSO: (A)
Variance to construct new
dwelling having less roof
pitch, exceeding maximum
building coverage and gross
floor area than permitted
by Ordinance. (B) Variance
to construct steps leading
to front landing having
less average front yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance. (C) Variance
to construct rear roofed
over masonry patio with
steps to grade having less
rear yard setback than
permitted by Ordinance;
also encroachment of eaves
and gutters.
E/s/o S. Bay Ave., 381.33 ft.
S/o Jefferson Pl., a/k/a 69 S.
Bay Avenue, Massapequa,
NY
APPEAL NO. 1 7 - 4 1 2
MASSAPEQUA
WILLIAM GIRIMONTE:
(A) Variance to construct
one story garage addition
having less average front
yard setback than permitted
by Ordinance. (B) Variance
to construct one story rear

addition having less side
yard setback and aggregate
side yards than permitted
by Ordinance; also
encroachment of eaves and
gutters. (C) Variance to allow
existing air conditioning
unit having less side yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance. (D) Variance to
construct one story garage
addition, one story front
roof over porch, one story
rear addition, rear roof
over porch and detached
garage exceeding maximum
building coverage than
permitted by Ordinance.
(E) Variance to construct
two-car detached garage
exceeding maximum
height than permitted by
Ordinance.
S/s/o Surrey Rd., 464.13
ft. E/o Perth Rd., a/k/a 14
Surrey Road, Massapequa,
NY
APPEAL NO. 1 7 - 4 1 3
MASSAPEQUA
PAUL SIMMONS: ( A)
Variance to construct
attached garage having less
side yard setback, aggregate
side yards, rear yard setback
and exceeding maximum
building coverage than
permitted by Ordinance;
also encroachment of eave
and gutter. (B) Variance to
construct attached garage
and second story addition
exceeding maximum gross
floor area than permitted by
Ordinance.
S/s/o Beechwood Pl., 72.85
ft. W/o E. Shore Dr., a/k/a
21 Beechwood Place,
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 1 7 - 4 1 4
NORTH MASSAPEQUA
JESSICA DIAZ: Variance
to construct cantilevered
second story addition having
less side yard setback and
aggregate side yards than
permitted by Ordinance;
also encroachment of eaves
and gutters.
S/s/o William Rd., 211.42
ft. E/o Daniel Rd. S., a/k/a
33 William Road, North
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 1 7 - 4 1 5
NORTH MASSAPEQUA
MICHAEL SCAROLA:
Variance to erect 6 ft. high
fence exceeding maximum
height across side/front
yard than permitted by
Ordinance
SE/ cor. of N. Cedar St.
& N. Central Ave., a/k/a
238 N. Cedar Street, North
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-416
FARMINGDALE
CAITLIN SHELLHORN:

(A) Variance to allow an
existing second kitchen in
a one-family dwelling for
use as a PARENT/CHILD
residence. (B) Variance to
allow an existing garage
converted to habitable space
to remain.
NE/ cor. of Woodward
Pkwy. & 4th Ave., a/k/a
110 Woodward Parkway,
Farmingdale, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-326
MASSAPEQUA
INCORPORATED
VILLAGE OF
MASSAPEQUA PARK:
Variance to propose a
lot having less area than
permitted by Ordinance.
NW/ cor. of E. Chestnut
St. & Clocks Blvd., a/k/a
50 E. Chestnut Street,
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-327
MASSAPEQUA
INCORPORATED
VILLAGE OF
MASSAPEQUA PARK:
Variance to propose a
lot having less area than
permitted by Ordinance.
NW/ cor. of E. Chestnut
St. & Clocks Blvd., a/k/a
50 E. Chestnut Street,
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-328
MASSAPEQUA
INCORPORATED
VILLAGE OF
MASSAPEQUA PARK:
Variance to propose a
lot having less area than
permitted by Ordinance.
NW/ cor. of E. Chestnut
St. & Clocks Blvd., a/k/a
50 E. Chestnut Street,
Massapequa, NY
SEC. 53 BLK. 27
LOT 232
ZONE LI
SEPTEMBER 25, 2017
BY ORDER OF
THE ZONING BOARD
OF APPEALS
TOWN OF OYSTER BAY,
OYSTER BAY,
NEW YORK
1x 9/27/17 #791-POST

SOUTHEAST NASSAU
TRANSPORTATION
CO-OPERATIVE
Bethpage UFSD
Farmingdale UFSD
Island Trees UFSD
Levittown UFSD
Massapequa UFSD
Plainview-Old Bethpage
CSD
Plainedge UFSD
Seaford USD
Wantagh UFSD
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
In accordance with the provision of Section 103 of the
General Municipal Law, the

Boards of Education
of the Southeast
Nassau Transportation
Co- Operative, consisting of Bethpage UFSD,
Farmingdale UFSD, Island
Trees UFSD, Levittown
UFSD, Massapequa UFSD,
Plainedge UFSD, Seaford
UFSD, Wantagh UFSD and
Plainview-Old-Bethpage
CSD, hereby invites the submission of sealed bids for:
2017/ 2018 School Year
Transportation
On behalf of the Southeast Nassau Transportation
Co-Operative, the Farmingdale UFSD, Massapequa
UFSD and Plainedge UFSD
hereby gives public notice
that SEALED BIDS will be
received until 11:00 AM
prevailing time on Tuesday,
October 10, 2017 at the
Bethpage Union Free School
District, Administration Office located at 10 Cherry Avenue, Bethpage, NY 11714
at which time they will be
publicly opened and read
aloud. Sealed bids are to be
addressed to the attention of
Alison Friedson, Purchasing
Agent.
Bid Specifications and all
applicable terms and conditions forms are available
for pick-up at the Bethpage
Union Free School District,
Administration Office located at 10 Cherry Avenue,
Bethpage, NY 11714, between the hours of 8:00 AM
and 2:00 PM daily, except
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays on or after Wednesday,
September 27, 2017.
The Boards of Education reserve the right to waive any
informality in or to reject in
whole or in part all bids or to
accept any bid, which in its
judgment is in the best interest of the school district.
All proposals received after
the time stated in the Notice
to Bidders will not be considered and will be returned
unopened to the bidder.
The bidder assumes the risk
of any delay in the mail or
in the handling of the mail
by employees of the School
District. Whether sent by
mail or by means of personal
delivery, the bidder assumes
responsibility for having his
bid deposited on time at the
place specified.
Bids must be in a SEALED
ENVELOPE bearing on the
outside, the name & address
of the bidder and SENTCO
located on the lower lefthand corner.
Each Bidder shall agree to

hold his/her bid price for
forty five (45) days after the
formal bid opening.
Date: September 27, 2017
By order: Boards
of Education:
Farmingdale UFSD
Massapequa UFSD
Plainedge UFSD
1x 9/29/17 #793-A, B, C

NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT NASSAU
COUNTY
PENNYMAC CORP., Plaintiff against
LOUISE M. WACHSMUTH,
et al Defendants
Attorney for Plaintiff(s) Fein
Such & Crane, LLP 1400 Old
Country Road, Suite C103,
Westbury, NY 11590 Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale Entered June 24, 2016 I will
sell at
Public Auction to the highest bidder at the Calendar
Control Part (CCP) 100
Supreme

Court Drive, Mineola, New
York, 11501 on October 31,
2017 at 11:30 AM. Premises known as 150 East Shore
Drive, Massapequa, NY
11758. Sec 66. Block 43 Lot
55. All
that certain plot, piece or
parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
thereon
erected, situate, lying and
being at Massapequa in
the Town of Oyster Bay,
Nassau
County, State of New York.
Approximate Amount of
Judgment is $560,825.16
plus
interest and costs. Premises
will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment
Index
No 016488/11.
Karen Grant, Esq., Referee
PNMN109
4x 10/18/17
#796-POST

BOND RESOLUTION,
DATED AUGUST 14,
2017, AUTHORIZING
THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO
$3,415,000 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 ($700,000),
(ii) the acquisition of improvements to Village parks
($115,000) and (iii) the acquisition, construction and
reconstruction of improvements to Village streets
($2,600,000), including the
acquisition of any applicable
equipment, machinery, apparatus, land or rights-inland 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 $3,415,000, 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 $700,000 for which
$700,000 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 rights-inland necessary therefore and
any preliminary and incidental costs related thereto,
at an estimated maximum
cost of $115,000 for which
$115,000 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 rights-inland necessary therefore and
any preliminary and incidental costs related thereto,
at an estimated maximum
cost of $2,600,000 for which
$2,600,000 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. TheBoard
of Trustees of the Village has
ascertained and hereby states
that (a) the estimated maximum costs of the Project
will not exceed $3,415,000;
(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 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.
Section4. 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. Whenthis
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

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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 August 14, 2017. 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: September 27, 2017
/s/ Peggy Caltabiano
Peggy Caltabiano
Village
Administrator/Clerk
Village of Massapequa
Park, New York
1x 9/27/17
#794-POST

BOND RESOLUTION,
DATED AUGUST 14, 2017,
AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $70,000
AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL
AMOUNT SERIAL BONDS
OF THE VILLAGE OF MASSAPEQUA PARK, 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
$70,000, 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 $70,000, 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 $70,000, 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-in-land necessary
therefore and any preliminary and incidental costs
related thereto (collectively,
the “Project”).
Section 2. TheBoard
of Trustees of the Village
has ascertained and hereby
states that (a) the estimated
maximum costs of the Project will not exceed $70,000;
(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.
Section4. 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. Whenthis
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

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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 August 14, 2017. 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: September 27, 2017
/s/ Peggy Caltabiano
Peggy Caltabiano
Village
Administrator/Clerk
Village of Massapequa
Park, New York
1X 9/27 - #795-POST

BIDDING AND CONTRACT REQUIREMENT:
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby
given that separate sealed
bids for the proposed Main
Entrance Front Steps Replacement at the Farmingdale Public Library will
be received by the Board
of Trustees, Farmingdale
Public Library located at 116
Merrit Road, Farmingdale,
New York 11717, County of
Suffolk, New York on October

5, 2017 at 10:00 o’clock,
a.m., at which time they will
be publicly opened and read
aloud.
MAIN ENTRANCE FRONT
STEPS REPLACEMENT
The bidding requirements,
contract forms, General
Conditions, Instructions
to Bidders, Drawings and
Technical Specifications
may be examined at the
Farmingdale Public Library,
located at 116 Merritt Road,
Farmingdale, New York
11735 on or after September 28, 2017 between 9:00
o’clock A.M. and 4:00 o’clock
P.M, Monday through Fridays, and a copy thereof
may be obtained upon deposit of $50.00 for each
complete combined set of
Specifications. Any person
or corporation proposing
to submit a bid must take
out a minimum of one (1)
combined set of plans and
specifications.
A person or corporation not
being a prime contractor or
submitting a proposal for a
prime contract may obtain
plans; $50.00 for each set
of the Specifications. Additional plans and specifications which prime contractors may desire to obtain
over and above the minimum of one complete set
required may be purchased
at the same cost as stated for
a person or corporation not
being a prime contractor.
Checks for deposit for drawings and specifications shall
be made payable to Board
of Trustees, Farmingdale
Public Library. Any such
person or corporation duly
submitting a Bid Proposal
accompanied by a certified
check or other security in
accordance with the requirements of the information for
bidders, will, upon return of
the drawings and specifications in good condition and
within thirty (30) days after
the award of the contracts
for the project or rejection of
the bids, receive the deposit
in full. When a person or
corporation obtains a set of
drawings and specifications
and makes the required deposit, but does not submit
a proposal, one half of the
deposit will be returned to
such non-bidders upon the
return of all sets of drawings
and specifications in good
condition and within thirty
(30) days after the award of
the contract for the project.
No refunds will be made for
additional sets purchased by
the prime contractors above
the minimum of one complete combined set required
for bidding. Such additional

sets must be returned with
first complete combined
set of drawings and specifications to obtain deposit
refund in whole or part as
described herein.
Each contract will be awarded to the lowest responsible
bidder or the proposals will
be rejected within forty-five
(45) days of the date of opening proposals subject, however, to the right reserved
by the Board of Trustees,
Farmingdale Public Library,
to waive any informalities in,
reject any or all proposals,
accept any bid in whole or in
part, or to advertise for new
proposals, if, in the opinion
of this Board of Trustees, the
best interests of the Library
will thereby be promoted.
This invitation is an offer
to receive proposals for a
contract and not an offer of
a contract.
No bidder shall withdraw
his bid within forty-five (45)
days after the formal opening thereof.
All bids shall include the
certificate as to non-collusion pursuant to Section
103-D of the General Municipal Law of the State of
New York, and shall also
contain a non-segregated facilities certificate which shall
provide that the bidder does
not maintain or provide
for his employees facilities
which are segregated on a
basis of race, creed, color
or national origin, whether
such facilities are segregated
by directive or on a de facto
basis.
The contract will contain a
provision that every laborer
and workman employed on
or about the work contemplated by the contract shall
be paid not less than the prevailing rate of wages which
are set forth in the contract
documents.
Dated: September 21, 2017
BOARD OF TRUSTEES,
FARMINGDALE PUBLIC
LIBRARY
DEBBIE PODOLSKI,
LIBRARY DIRECTOR
1x 9/27/17 #797- POST

NOTICE OF SALE
Supreme Court County of
Nassau John Stevenson, LLC
AGAINST 5705 Merrick Rd
Corp. A/K/A 5705 Merrick
Road Corp., Jackies South,
Inc., Sean Harrington, Sean
Reilly, Sean & Sean Inc., U.S.
Small Business Administration, New York State Department Of Taxation And Finance, Salinaro Wholesale,
Inc., PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT In Pursuance
to an Amended Judgment
of Foreclosure and Sale duly

dated 4/20/2016 and entered
in the office of the County
Clerk of Nassau County on
May 3, 2017, I the undersigned Referee named in
said Judgment, will sell one
parcel at public auction on
October 31, 2017 at the Calendar Control Part (CCP)
Courtroom of the Supreme
Court, 100 Supreme Court
Drive, Mineola, County of
Nassau, State of New York
on October 31, 2017, 2017
at 11:30A.M., the premises
described as follows 5705
Merrick Road, Massapequa,
New York 11758 ALL THAT
TRACT OR PARCEL OF
LAND situate in the Town
of Oyster Bay, County of
Nassau, State of New York
The premises are sold subject to the provisions of
the file judgment, Index
No. 7313/2015, any state of
facts an accurate survey and
inspection of the premises
may disclose, to covenants,
restrictions and easement,
if any, to assessments or
water charges not lien upon
the property, to violations,
zoning regulations, prior
liens of records, if any, and
ordinances of the city, town
or village in which said
premises lie, to leases, tenancies and occupancies, and to
other charges and liens with
priority over Plaintiff ’s mortgage. James J Keefe, Esq.,
Referee approximate Judgment Amount: $330,593.18
plus interest, costs and fees.
Approximately $250,000.00
in tax liens to be included in
upset price. Scott A. Brody,
Esq. Brody, O’Connor &
O’Connor, Esqs. Attorneys
for Plaintiff, John Stevenson,
LLC. 535 8th Avenue, Ste.
1401, New York, New York
10018. Tel: (212) 233-2505
4x 10/25/17 #798-POST

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