2017-11-22 / Legals

Public Notices

NOTICE OF SALE
Supreme Court County
Of Nassau
The Bank of New York
Mellon fka The Bank of
New York as Trustee for the
benefit of the Certificate
Holders of the CWALT,
Inc., Alternative Loan Trust
2004-26T1, Mortgage Pass
Through Certificates, Series
2004-26T1, Plaintiff
AGAINST
Steven F. Assael, Sandra
Mara Sands, et al,
Defendant
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
dated 8/30/2017 and entered
on 9/8/2017, 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
December 05, 2017 at 11:30
AM premises known as 42
Ripplewater 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 Borough and County of
Nassau, State of New York,
SECTION: 66, BLOCK: 85,
LOT: 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57.
Approximate amount of
judgment is $1,571,492.65
plus interests and costs.
Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed Judgment Index # 011962/2013.
Rita Solomon, Referee
FRENKEL LAMBERT
WEISS WEISMAN
& GORDON LLP
53 Gibson Street
Bay Shore, NY 11706
4x 11/22/17 # 835-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF NASSAU
WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A., Plaintiff
AGAINST
Jeffrey Mardy, et al.,
Defendant(s)
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
dated February 04, 2016 I,
the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction at
the Calendar Control Part
(CCP) Courtroom of the Supreme Court, 100 Supreme
Court Drive, Mineola, NY
11501, on December 05,
2017 at 11:30AM, premises known as 12 LOURAE
DRIVE, MASSAPEQUA
PARK, NY 11762. All that
certain plot piece or parcel
of land, with the buildings
and improvements erected,
situate, lying and being at

Massapequa, Town of Oyster
Bay and County of Nassau
and State of New York, SECTION 48, BLOCK 571, LOT
6. Approximate amount of
judgment $415,591.16 plus
interest and costs. Premises
will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment for
Index# 15-001790.
Rita Solomon, Esq., Referee
Gross Polowy, LLC
Attorney for Plaintiff
1775 Wehrle Drive,
Suite 100
Williamsville, NY 14221
4x 11/22/17 #836-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF Nassau, M&T Bank,
Plaintiff, vs. Brian Cassidy,
ET AL., Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
filed on September 08, 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 December 05, 2017 at
11:30 a.m., premises known
as 27 East Lincoln Avenue,
Massapequa, NY 11758.
All that certain plot, piece
or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate,
lying and being near Amityville, Town of Oyster Bay,
County of Nassau and State
of New York, Section 66,
Block 128 and Lot 233 and
237. Approximate amount
of judgment is $306,583.38
plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to
provisions of filed Judgment
Index # 11-018126.
Michael B. Mirotznik, Esq.,
Referee
Schiller, Knapp, Lefkowitz
& Hertzel, LLP, 1412 Sweet
Home Road, Suite 12,
Amherst, New York 14228,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
4x 11/22/17 #837-POST

STATE OF NEW YORK
SUPREME COURT:
COUNTY OF NASSAU
WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A.
Plaintiff,
vs.
BARBARA DOUGLAS,
et al.,
Defendants\
NOTICE OF SALE
IN FORECLOSURE
PLEASE TAKE
NOTICE THAT
In pursuance of a Judgment of Foreclosure and

Sale entered in the office of
the County Clerk of Nassau
County on June 5, 2014, I,
Michael C. Wolkow, Esq.,
the Referee named in said
Judgment, will sell in one
parcel at public auction on
December 5, 2017 at the
CCP (Calendar Control Part
Courtroom) in the Nassau
Supreme Court, 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, County of Nassau, State
of New York, at 11:30 A.M.,
the premises described as
follows:
30 Joyce Ave
Massapequa, NY 11758
SBL No.: 53-166-10
ALL THAT TRACT OR
PARCEL OF LAND situate
in the Town of Oyster Bay,
County of Nassau, and State
of New York
The premises are sold subject to the provisions of the
filed judgment, Index No.
07-021988 in the amount
of $517,604.11 plus interest
and costs.
Richard S. Mullen, Esq.
Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP
Plaintiff ’s Attorney
700 Crossroads Building,
2 State St.
Rochester, New York 14614
Tel.: 855-227-5072
4x 11/22/17 #839-POST

SUPREME COURT –
COUNTY OF NASSAU
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC D/B/A CHAMPION MORTGAGE COMPANY, Plaintiff against
GAETANA COTRONE,
JOHN COTRONE, SR.,
JOHN COTRONE, JR., et
al Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
on November 14, 2016.
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 5th day of December,
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 in the Town of
Oyster Bay, County of Nassau and State of New York.
Said premises known as 338
North Delaware Avenue,
Massapequa, N.Y. 11758.
(Section: 52, Block: 344,
Lot: 326).
Approximate amount of lien
$ 497,629.79 plus
interest and costs.
Premises will be sold subject

to provisions of filed
judgment and
terms of sale.
Index No. 011963-14.
Marc Daniels, 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 11/22/17 #840-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
Supreme Court County
Of Nassau
Bank of America, NA, Successor by Merger to Countrywide Bank, FSB, PlaintiffAGAINST
Rosemarie Delage, Desiree
Nelson and Donna Pasquale,
et al, Defendant
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
dated 1/23/2014 and entered
on 1/30/2014, 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
December 12, 2017 at 11:30
AM premises known as 89
Gem Lane, 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: 53, BLOCK:
221, LOT: 16. Approximate
amount of judgment is
$272,242.98 plus interests
and costs. Premises will be
sold subject to provisions
of filed Judgment Index #
8601/2010.
Judith Powell, Referee
FRENKEL LAMBERT
WEISS WEISMAN &
GORDON LLP
53 Gibson Street
Bay Shore, NY 11706
4X 11/29/17 842-POST

Notice is hereby given
that a license, number 1306093 for liquor, beer
and wine has been applied
for by the undersigned to
sell liquor, beer and wine at
retail under the Alcoholic
Beverage Control Law at 82
Main Street. Port Washington, N.Y. 11050, County
of Nassau, for on premises
consumption at Latin Gyros Inc.
2x 11/15/17 843-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT: NASSAU COUNTY. THE BANK

OF NEW YORK MELLON
FKA THE BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE BENEFIT OF THE
CERTIFICATE HOLDERS
OF THE CWALT, INC., ALTERNATIVE LOAN TRUST
2004-22CB, MORTGAGE
PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-22CB,
Pltf. vs. THOMAS BUCKOWITZ, et al, Defts. Index
#008821/12. Pursuant to
judgment of foreclosure and
sale dated Sept. 20, 2016, I
will sell at public auction on
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
at 11:30 a.m. in the Calendar
Control Part (CCP) Courtroom of the Supreme Court,
100 Supreme Court Dr.,
Mineola, NY prem. k/a 212
Aster Street, Massapequa,
NY a/k/a Section 48, Block
353, Lot 188-190 a/k/a being
in the Incorporated Village
of Massapequa Park, in the
Town of Oyster Bay, County
of Nassau and State of New
York, known as and by Lots
188, 189 and 190, in Block
406 on a certain map entitled, “Map of Massapequa
Park Section L, situated
in the Township of Oyster
Bay, Nassau County, New
York, surveyed by Baldwin
& Cornelius Co., Inc., C.E.
& S., Freeport, Long Island,
October 1930” and filed
in the Office of the Clerk
of the County of Nassau
on December 17, 1930 under File Number 718, Case
Number 831. Approx. amt.
of judgment is $471,849.08
plus costs and interest. Sold
subject to terms and conditions of filed judgment and
terms of sale and the right of
the United States of America
to redeem within 120 days
from the date of sale as provided by law. ELIZABETH
GILL, Referee. DRUCKMAN LAW GROUP, PLLC,
Attys. For Pltf., 242 Drexel
Ave., Westbury, NY. File No.
26493 - #93242
4X 12/6/17 846-POST

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed Proposals invited
by the Massapequa Water
District (MWD) will be
received by the Board of
Commissioners, of the Massapequa Water District, in
the District Office, 84 Grand
Avenue, Massapequa, New
York on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 until 5:30
P.M., at which time the
proposals will be publicly
opened and read aloud at
said place, for:
MASSAPEQUA WATER
DISTRICT
Requirements contract for
Water Distribution System
Repairs

Contract No. 17366599W-E
– WATER MAIN
Emergency Work
Contract No. 17366599WR – WATER MAIN Routine
Work
This contract is a requirements contract for emergency, and serious routine
water main distribution
system repairs, etc. The
contract duration is for one
year with two (2) optional
one year extensions.
Instructions to Bidders,
Proposal, Supplemental Bid
Forms, Form of Agreement,
General Conditions, and
Specifications, herein called
the “Contract Documents”,
may be examined at the
District Office from 10:30
A.M., November 27, 2017
until 3:30 P.M. on December
13, 2017, Mondays to Fridays. Copies of the Contract
Documents will be available at that time and place
indicated.
A fee of $100.00 by check or
money order, payable to the
Massapequa Water District,
will be required for each set
of the Contract Documents
requested. Prospective bidders requesting contract
documents by mail must
remit an additional, nonrefundable, fee of $30.00 per
set, to cover handling and
first class mailing. For those
Bidders that submit a proper
proposal per these documents, and are not successful, and return the contract
documents to the MWD
in usable good condition
within 30 days following
the award of the contract;
the full amount of the fee
will be returned for the first
set of contract documents.
No refund will be made to
non-bidders or for contract
documents beyond the first
set.
Wages and supplements
payable to all laborers, workmen, and mechanics on this
project shall be paid at the
prevailing rates established
under the New York State
Labor Law.
NOTE: All questions must
be submitted in writing to
constance belegrinos, business manager, no later than
3:30 pm on, DECEMBER
4, 2017. questions must be
faxed to (516) 798-0279.
BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS MASSAPEQUA WATER
DISTRICT
Joseph T. Tricarico
Raymond J. Averna
1X 11/22/17 #854-POST

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT -
COUNTY OF NASSAU
Ally Bank
Plaintiff
-against-
Robert Gurga, Renata Gurga, Taisha Waterman
Defendant(s)
Pursuant to a judgment of
foreclosure and sale entered
on March 17, 2017
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder at IN
THE
CALENDAR CONTROL
PART ( CCP) COURTROOM OF THE SUPREME
COURT,
100 SUPREME COURT
DRIVE, MINEOLA, NEW
YORK 11501 on December
19, 2017 at 11:30 AM premises known as 360 Connecticut Ave, Massapequa Park,
NY 11762.
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.
Section: 48 Block: 282 Lot:
98
Approximate amount of
lien $427,141.54 plus
interest and costs.
Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed judgment Index # 002463-2015
Sanford Strenger, Esq., REFEREE STEIN, WIENER AND
ROTH, L.L.P., ATTORNEYS
FOR THE PLAINTIFF
ONE OLD COUNTRY
ROAD, SUITE 113 CARLE
PLACE, NY 11514
DATED: November 9, 2017
FILE #: CENLAR 70049
4X 12/6/17 #849-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 NOVEMBER 30, 2017, at
7:00 P. M., to consider the
following appeals:

BY ORDER OF THE
ZONING BOARD OF
APPEALS
APPEAL NO. 81- 319-
AMENDMENT NORTH
MASSAPEQUA
THOMAS MESSINEO: (A)
Amend Decision of Zoning
Board of Appeals, dated
September 17, 1981 in order
to Amend the Declaration of
Restrictive Covenants to indicate a change in occupancy while still maintaining a
Parent/Child relationship.
(B) Extend the Special Use
Permit to maintain an existing second kitchen in a onefamily dwelling for use as a
Parent/Child residence.
N/s/o N. Suffolk Ave., 200 ft.
W/o N. Summit Dr., a/k/a
161 N. Suffolk Ave., N. Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-497
MASSAPEQUA
RICHARD CONWAY: (A)
Variance to construct front
roof-over porch, one story
side addition, second story
addition and rear roof over
having less side yard setback, aggregate side yards
and exceeding maximum
gross floor area than permitted by Ordinance; also
encroachment of eave and
gutter. (B) Variance to construct second story addition
having less roof pitch than
permitted by Ordinance.
(C) Variance to construct
front roof-over porch, one
story side addition and rear
roof over exceeding maximum building coverage than
permitted by Ordinance.
S/s/o Surrey Rd., 250 ft. W/o
Polo Rd., a/k/a 8 Surrey
Road, Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-498
MASSAPEQUA
JON FERRAN: (A) Variance
to construct new dwelling
with front landing and steps
to grade having less average front yard setback than
permitted by Ordinance.
(B) Variance to construct
new dwelling having less
rear yard setback, roof pitch,
exceeding maximum height,
elevation, floor allowance,
building coverage and gross
floor area than permitted by
Ordinance.
E/s/o Sea Breeze Rd., S/o Canal Rd., a/k/a 37 Sea Breeze
Road, Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-499
MASSAPEQUA
JOSEPH C. KING: (A)
Variance to allow existing
dwelling to be raised exceeding maximum height than
permitted by Ordinance.
(B) Variance to allow existing

dwelling to be raised,
proposed steps and landings, expanded raised front
porch and existing sheds
exceeding maximum building coverage than permitted
by Ordinance. (C) Variance
to allow existing dwelling
to be raised, proposed steps
and landings and expanded
raised front porch exceeding
maximum gross floor area
than permitted by Ordinance. (D) Variance to construct rear landing with steps
to grade having less rear
yard setback than permitted
by Ordinance. (E) Variance
to allow two (2) existing rear
small sheds having less side
yard setback than permitted
by Ordinance. (F) Amend
Specific Plan as presented
for Appeal No. 03-546 and
granted by Decision of the
Zoning Board of Appeals,
dated October 30, 2003.
E/s/o Alhambra Rd., 68.99
ft. S/o Granada Pl., a/k/a
97 Alhambra Road, Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-500
MASSAPEQUA
ROBERT PAGANO: (A)
Variance to allow existing
one story addition with garage having less average front
yard setback, aggregate side
yards and roof pitch than
permitted by Ordinance;
also encroachment of eaves
and gutters. (B) Variance to
allow existing one story rear
addition and second floor
addition having less side
yard setback than permitted
by Ordinance. (C) Variance
to allow existing rear wood
deck, one story addition
with garage, one story rear
addition and front portico
exceeding maximum building coverage than permitted
by Ordinance. (D) Variance
to allow existing air conditioning unit having less side
yard setback than permitted
by Ordinance.
W/s/o Beach Rd., S/o Canal
Rd., a/k/a 90 Beach Road,
Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-501
NORTH MASSAPEQUA
JOSEPH DALIMONTE:
(A) Variance to construct
second story addition and
two story addition having less average front yard
setback than permitted by
Ordinance. (B) Variance
to allow existing cellar entrance and proposed cantilevered second story addition
having less side yard setback
than permitted by Ordinance; also encroachment of
eaves and gutters. (C) Variance

to construct second
story addition having less
roof pitch than permitted
by Ordinance. (D) Variance to allow existing shed
and proposed cantilevered
second story addition, two
story addition and roofed
over front porch exceeding
maximum building coverage
than permitted by Ordinance. (E) Variance to allow
existing shed and proposed
cantilevered second story
addition and two story addition exceeding maximum
gross floor area than permitted by Ordinance.
N/s/o N. Walnut St., 630 ft.
E/o N. Pine Dr., a/k/a 81
N. Walnut St., North Massapequa, NY
APPEAL NO. 17-305
MASSAPEQUA
STEVEN SZEGLIN: (A)
Variance to allow existing
cellar entrance with portico
having less side yard setback
and exceeding maximum
building coverage than permitted by Ordinance. (B)
Amend Specific Plan as
presented for Appeal No.
15-377 and granted by Decision of the Zoning Board of
Appeals, dated December
3, 2015.
N/s/o Cornelius Pl., 100 ft.
W/o Ocean Ave., a/k/a 2
Cornelius Place,
Massapequa, NY
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
BY ORDER OF THE
ZONING BOARD OF
APPEALS
TOWN OF OYST E R
BAY, OYSTER BAY, NEW
YORK
1x 11/22/17 #852-POST

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed Proposals invited
by the Massapequa Water
District (MWD) will be
received by the Board of
Commissioners, of the Massapequa Water District, in
the District Office, 84 Grand
Avenue, Massapequa, New
York on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 until 5:30
P.M., at which time the
proposals will be publicly
opened and read aloud at
said place, for:
MASSAPEQUA WATER
DISTRICT
Requirements Contract for:
Permanent Restoration of
Road Pavements
At various Water Trench
Locations
CONTRACTNO.1766599RROAD RESTORATION
This contract is a requirements contract for the permanent

restoration of temporary pavement created
after water main repairs and
other miscellaneous paving.
The scope of this work may
entail concrete sidewalk
replacement, as well as in
kind roadway restoration
with asphalt and/or asphalt
concrete and/or portland
cement concrete with/or
without an asphalt overlay.
The scope of this work is
applicable to rights-of-way
owned by the State, County,
towns and/or villages. The
contractors will furnish all
labor, and furnish and install
all materials and equipment
required to complete the
work. The contract duration is for one year with
two (2) optional one year
extensions.
Instructions to Bidders,
Proposal, Supplemental Bid
Forms, Form of Agreement,
General Conditions, Specifications and the Plans, herein
called the “Contract Documents”, may be examined
at the District Office from
10:30 A.M., November 27,
2017 until 3:30 P.M. on December 13, 2017, Mondays
to Fridays. Copies of the
Contract Documents will
be available at that time and
place indicated.
A fee of $100.00 by check or
money order, payable to the
Massapequa Water District,
will be required for each set
of the Contract Documents
requested. Prospective bidders requesting contract
documents by mail must
remit an additional, nonrefundable, fee of $30.00 per
set, to cover handling and
first class mailing. For those
Bidders that submit a proper
proposal per these documents, and are not successful, and return the contract
documents to the MWD
in usable good condition
within 30 days following
the award of the contract;
the full amount of the fee
will be returned for the first
set of contract documents.
No refund will be made to
non-bidders or for contract
documents beyond the first
set.
Wages and supplements
payable to all laborers, workmen, and mechanics on this
project shall be paid at the
prevailing rates established
under the New York State
Labor Law.
NOTE: All questions must
be submitted in writing to
constance belegrinos, business manager, no later than

3:30 pm on, DECEMBER
4, 2017. questions must be
faxed to (516) 798-0279.
BOARD OF WATER
COMMISSIONERS
MASSAPEQUA WATER
DISTRICT
Joseph T. Tricarico
Raymond J. Averna
1X 11/22/17 #853-POST

Notice is hereby given that a
license, number 1306269 for
liquor, beer and wine has
been applied for by the
undersigned to sell liquor,
beer and wine at retail under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 1099
Front Street, Uniondale, NY.
11553, County of Nassau, for
on premises consumption
at 503 2 Tesoros Inc, 1099
Front Street, Uniondale, NY.
11553.
2x 11/22/17 #847-POST

Notice of formation of Freedom CST, LLC. Articles of
Organization filed with the
Secretary of State of New
York on 09/06/2017. Office
location: Nassau County.
SSNY is designated for service of process. SSNY shall
mail copy of any process
served against the Freedom
CST, LLC to 389 Midwood
RD, Babylon, NY 11704.
Purpose: any lawful purpose. Please feel free to amend as
you feel needed to eliminate
as much unnecessary information as possible to not
take up as many lines.
6x 12/20/17 #848-POST

SUPREME COURT OF THE
STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF NASSAU
INDEX NO.
16-005267
DATE FILED
7/21/16
SUMMONS
ASSOCIATES HOLDING
CORP.,
Plaintiff,
PETER N. EULER and MICHAEL C. EULER, if they
be
living, if they be dead, their
respective heirs-at-law, next
of kin, distributees, executors, administrators, trustees, .
devisees, legatees, assignees, lienors, creditors, and
successors in interest, and
generally all persons having
or :
claiming under, by, or
through PETER N. EULER
and MICHAEL C. EULER,
if they be dead, whether
by purchase, inheritance,
lien or otherwise, including
any right, title or interest
in and to the real property
described in the complaint
herein, all of who and whose
names and places of residence are unknown to the
plaintiff,
-against-
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA; NEW YORK
STATE DEPARTMENT
OF TAXATION AND FINANCE; NASSAU COUNTY TREASURER; LB-LIBERTY LLC, SB MUNI CUST
FOR; INVESTA (C 1) SPENY, LLC,
“JOHN DOE through
“JOHN DOE #12”, the last
twelve names being fictitious and unknown to plaintiff, the persons or parties
intended being the tenants,
occupants, persons or corporations, if any, having
or claiming an interest in
or lien upon the premises,
described in the complaint,
Defendants.
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED
DEFENDANTS:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the
complaint in this action, to
serve copy of your answer,
or, if the complaint is not
served with the summons,
to serve notice of appearance, on the plaintiff ’s attorney within twenty (20)
days after the service of this
summons, exclusive of the
date of service (or within
thirty (30) days after the
service is complete if this
summons is not personally
delivered to you within the
State of New York), and in

case of failure to appear or
answer, judgment will be
taken against you by default
for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
Plaintiff designates Nassau County as the place of
trial. The basis of venue is
•the location of the subject
property.
NOTICE
YOU ARE IN DANGER OF
LOSING YOUR HOME
If you do not respond to this
summons and complaint
by serving a copy of the
answer on the attorney for
the tax lien holder who filed
this foreclosure proceeding against you and filing
the answer with the court,
a default judgment may be
entered and you can lose
your home.
Speak to an attorney or go
to the court where your case
is pending for further information on how to answer
the summons and protect
your property.
Sending a payment to the tax
lien holder will not stop this
foreclosure action.
YOU MUST RESPOND
BY SERVING A COPY OF
THE ANSWER ON THE
ATTORNEY FOR THE
PLAINTIFF (TAX LIEN
HOLDER) AND FILING
THE ANSWER WITH THE
COURT.
Dated: July 19, 2016
LEVY & LEVY
Attorneys for Plaintiff 12
Tulip Drive
Great Neck, NY 11021
BY:
JOSUA A LEVY, ESQ
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED
DEFENDANTS: The foregoing Summons is served upon
you by publication pursuant
to an Order of the Hon Julianne T. Capetola a Justice of
the Supreme Court, Nassau
County dated Oct. 10, 2017
and filed with the complaint
and other papers in the Nassau County Clerk’s Office,
Mineola, NY. The object of
the action is to foreclose a
tax lien and to recover the
amount of the tax lien and
all of the interest, penalties,
additions and expenses to
real property k/a Section
65, Block 136 Lot(s) 149-
154. Dated: Oct. 11, 2017.
LEVY & LEVY, Attys. for
Pltf. #93191
HELP FOR HOMEOWNERS IN FORECLOSURE
New York State Law requires
that we send you this notice about the foreclosure
process. Please read it carefully. Summons and Complaint

You are in danger of losing
your home. If you fail to
respond to the summons
and complaint in this foreclosure action, you may lose
your home. Please read the
summons and complaint
carefully. You should immediately contact an attorney
or your local legal aid office
to obtain advice on how to
protect yourself.
Sources of Information and
Assistance
The State encourages you
to become informed about
your options in foreclosure.
In addition to seeking assistance from an attorney
or legal aid office, there are
government agencies, and
non-profit organizations
that you may contact for
information about possible
options, including trying to
work with your lender during this process. To locate an
entity near you, you may call
the toll-free helpline maintained by the New York State
Department of Financial
Services at 1-800-342-3736
or visit the Department’s
website at www.dfs.ny.gov.
Foreclosure rescue scams
Be careful of people who
approach you with offers
to “save” your home. There
are individuals who watch
for notices of foreclosure
actions in order to unfairly
profit from a homeowner’s
distress. You should be extremely careful about any
such promises and any suggestions that you pay them
a fee or sign over your deed.
State law requires anyone
offering such services for
profit to enter into a contract
which fully describes the
services they will perform
and fees they will charge,
and which prohibits them
from taking any money
from you until they have
completed all such promised
services.
4X 12/20/17
#855-POST-REVISED

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,
December 6, 2017 at 8:00
PM in the Village Hall, 151
Front Street, Massapequa
Park, New York 11762 for

the following purposes:
Case No. 4043 To consider
the variance application of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rosenhagen, 355 Connecticut
Avenue, Massapequa Park,
NY 11762 to maintain two
(2) mini split ductless systems in the second front
yard, a rear aluminum awning over door and a front
yard fence all in violation of
Village Codes.
Such proposals are in violation with the following
Codes: Chapter 345- 30
(D2) Permitted Structures
in Front Yards which permits only a front covered
portico, porch, emergency
egress window well and a
temporary storage container. Existing two (2) ductless
units located at the (NE) and
(SE) corner of foundation
approximately 23 feet from
east property line. Chapter
345-31(C) Rear and Side
Yards which states: The minimum required rear yard
setback is 15 feet. Rear awning projects approximately
three (3) feet from exterior
wall leaving approximately
three (3) feet from rear property line. Chapter 345-40
(B1) Fences and Similar
Obstructions which states:
On corner plots the front
side shall be limited to nonopaque, not solid fences no
higher than 48 inches. The
street side (side yard) shall
be entitled to a six (6) foot
opaque (solid) fence, provided a minimum 13 foot
setback from the property
line is maintained. Previously approved variance
for a five (5) foot stockade
fence located 10 feet from
front south property line.
Homeowner replaced same
fence with a PVC (no permit) which varies in height
from 5’ 5” by foundation to
5’ 7” near sidewalk and is
located 30’ 4” from foundation which is 3’ 0” further
forward than previously
granted variance.
Case No.4044 To consider
the variance application of
Mr. Jaime Roldan, 395 Eastlake Avenue, Massapequa
Park, NY 11762 to maintain
two (2) side yard sheds, A/C
condenser, rear stairwell and
roof over, cellar stairwell,
rear roof over rear patio,
front walk in bow window,
and front and second front
yard fence ALL in violation
of Village Code.
Such proposals violate the
following Village Codes:
Chapter 345-43 Sheds which

states: Side and rear yard
setbacks must be greater or
equal to two (2) feet. Existing sheds located five (5)
inches from south property
line. Chapter 345-31 Rear
and Side Yards which states:
Must maintain a 15 foot rear
yard setback. Existing A/C
condenser is located four
(4) feet to rear property line,
rear stairwell and roof over
cellar stairwell is 5.4 feet and
roof over rear patio is 6.2 feet
to rear property line. Chapter 345-30 (A) Front Yards
which states: The required
front yard setback is 25 feet.
Front walk out bow window
is located 22.9 feet from
front property line. Chapter
345-40 (B1) Fences and
Similar Obstructions which
states: On corner plots the
front side shall be limited
to non-opaque, not solid
fences no higher than 48
inches. The street side (side
yard) shall be entitled to a six
(6) foot opaque (solid) fence
provided a minimum 13 foot
setback from the property
line is maintained. Existing
six (6) foot fence in front
yard starts at front foundation, runs south and then
runs west and about mid
point along driveway stops
and angles towards (SW)
at a 45 degree angle and
then runs along property
line with a zero setback and
then returns to go east to
rear property line. Existing
six (6) foot fence in second
front yard runs in line with
front foundation north stopping 40 feet from foundation
(5’ 10” from property line)
then continues 20 feet parallel to property line and
angles at a (SW) direction
terminating at rear property
line. Note: Pool is setback 5’
9” from fence line.
Case No. 4045 To consider
the variance application
of Mrs. Louise Perla, 71
Overlea East, Massapequa
Park, NY 11762 to maintain the following: detached
rear second story accessory
structure, front portico enlargement, rear balcony
off master bedroom, rear
deck height and lot coverage
ALL in violation of Village
Code.
Such proposals are in violation of the following Village
Codes: Chapter 345-27 C, D,
which states: Any detached
accessory structure shall not
be higher than a maximum
of 15 feet.
The walking surface of all
external stairways decks,

patios or similar structures
erected or constructed or
renovated in any business
or residential area shall not
exceed five (5) feet in height
above level of real property.
The rear accessory structure
is 18’ 6” above grade.
The rear balcony is 11’ 6”
above grade. The rear deck
varies from 6’ 4” to 7’ 8”
above grade.
Chapter 345-31 A,B,C, Rear
and Side Yards which states:
Rear yards except as provided in Subsection E, every
building hereafter erected
shall have a rear yard which
shall be of the following minimum depth; In a residential AA District is 15 feet. Side
yards except as provided in
Subsection E, every building
erected hereafter shall have a
side yard along each lot line,
other than a street or rear
line, the minimum depth of
which shall be as follows: In
a Residential AA District: A
minimum of five (5) feet to
a garage and five (5) feet to
a building with a minimum
of 30 feet between structures
of the adjacent properties.
The rear accessory structure
is located 4.8 feet to rear
property line and 3.8 feet to
side property line.
Chapter 345-30 Permitted
Structures in Front Yards
which states: You are allowed a front covered portico
with conditions; can project
from house line a maximum
of six (6) feet and have a
width a maximum of eight
(8) feet across and a roof line
may extend one (1) foot on
each end. Enlarged portico
projects 6’ 4” from foundation and its base is 12’ 10”
across with a roof line above
16’ 10” across.
Chapter 345-28 (C) Lot and
Building Area which states:
In a residential district the
maximum lot coverage permitted shall be 30%. Existing
lot coverage is 36.85%.
Case No. 4046 To consider
the variance application of
Mr. James Regan, 222 Mc-
Kinley Street, Massapequa
Park, NY 11762 to erect an
accessory structure larger
in an area than allowed and
lot coverage greater than allowed by code in violation of
Village Code.
Such proposal is in violation
of Village Code Chapter
345-27 (C) Height and Area
Regulations which states: A
detached garage erected as
an accessory structure or

any other detached accessory structure shall not be
higher than a maximum of
15 feet, and the vertical walls
of said garage or accessory
structure shall not exceed
10 feet in height. The garage
or the accessory structure
shall not exceed 250 square
feet for one car garage and
500 square feet for a two car
garage. Proposed rear yard
accessory structure is 308
square feet. Chapter 345-28
(C) Lot and Building Area
which states: In a residential
district the maximum lot
coverage permitted shall be
30%. Proposed lot coverage
is 30.42%.
Case No. 4048 To consider
the variance application of
Mr. Alexander Scannella,
201 Oak Street, Massapequa
Park, NY 11762 to maintain
an open picket fence taller
than allowed before the
front foundation in violation
of Village Code.
Such proposal violates Village Code Chapter 345-40
(B1) Fences and Similar
Obstructions which states:
On corner plots the front
side shall be limited to non
– opaque, not solid fences
no higher than 48”. The
street side (side yard) shall
be entitled to a six (6) foot
opaque solid fence provided a minimum 13 foot
setback from the property
line is maintained. Existing
open picket fence starts at
the (NW) and (SE) front
foundations approximately
six (6) feet tall and scallops
down to a variant of a four
(4) foot open picket ranging
in its highest point 54 inches
to top of posts and at its lowest height being 45 inches.
This fence runs along both
front property lines and
maintains the proper line
of site at the intersecting
corner, but overall exceeds
the 48 inch maximum height
permitted.
By order of the Zoning
Board of Appeals
November 17, 2107
1X 11/22/17 #857-POST

NOTICE OF SPECIAL
DISTRICT MEETING
MASSAPEQUA UNION
FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT,
IN THE COUNTY OF NASSAU, NEW YORK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a resolution of the Board of Education of the Massapequa
Union Free School District,
in the County of Nassau,

New York, adopted on
November 16, 2017, a Special District Meeting of
the qualified voters of said
School District will be
held on
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
from 6:00 0’clock A.M. to
9:00 0’clock P.M. (Prevailing
Time), at each of the following voting places:
SCHOOL ELECTION
DISTRICT NO. l :
Massapequa High School
Gymnasium
4925 Merrick Road
Massapequa, New York
SCHOOL ELECTION DISTRICT NO. 2: John P.
McKenna School Senior
Center
Spruce Street and Second
Avenue
Massapequa Park,
New York
SCHOOL ELECTION DISTRICT NO. 3: Raymond
J. Lockhart School General
Purpose Room
Pittsburgh Avenue
Massapequa, New York
SCHOOL ELECTION DISTRICT NO. 4: Fairfield
School General Purpose
Room
Massapequa Avenue and
Prospect Place
Massapequa, New York
for the purpose of voting
upon the following Bond
Propositions:
BOND PROPOSITION #1
RESOLVED:
(a) That the Board
of Education of the Massapequa Union Free School
District, in the County of
Nassau, New York (the “District”), is hereby authorized
to construct improvements
and alterations to various
District buildings and/or
sites (the “Project”) substantially as described in
a plan prepared by H2M
Architects (the “Plan”), on
file and available for public
inspection in the office of
the District Clerk, including
interior classroom, lavatory, and multi-purpose field
renovations; the foregoing to
include the original furnishings, equipment, machinery,
apparatus, and all necessary sitework, alterations,
ancillary, demolition and
other work required in connection therewith; and to
expend therefore, including
preliminary costs and costs
incidental thereto and to
the financing thereof, an
amount not to exceed the
estimated maximum cost of
$28,575,000; provided that
the estimated costs of the
components of the Project
as set forth in detail in the
Plan may be reallocated
among such components if

the Board of Education shall
determine that such reallocation is in the best interests
of the District;
(b) that the amount
of $9,000,000 from the
District’s “Capital Reserve
Fund 2014,” approved by
the voters of the District on
October 21, 2014, is hereby
authorized to be expended
to pay a portion of the cost of
the Project, and such expenditure is hereby approved;
(c) that a tax in the
amount of not to exceed
$19,575,000 is hereby voted
to pay the balance of the
cost of the Project, such tax
to be levied and collected in
installments in such years
and in such amounts as shall
be determined by said Board
of Education; and
(d) that in anticipation
of said tax, the Board of
Education is authorized to
issue bonds of the District in
the principal amount of not
to exceed $19,575,000 and a
tax is hereby voted to pay the
interest on said bonds as the
same shall become due and
payable.
BOND PROPOSITION #2
RESOLVED:
(a) That the Board
of Education of the Massapequa Union Free School
District, in the County of
Nassau, New York (the “District”), is hereby authorized
to install District-wide classroom air-conditioning (the
“A/C Project”) substantially
as described in a plan prepared by 1-12M Architects
(the “Plan”), available for
public inspection in the
office of the District Clerk,
the foregoing to include
the original furnishings,
equipment, machinery, apparatus, and all necessary
sitework, alterations, ancillary, demolition and other
work required in connection
therewith; and to expend
therefore, including preliminary costs and costs
incidental thereto and to
the financing thereof, an
amount not to exceed the
estimated maximum cost
of $13,225,000; provided
that the estimated costs of
the components of the A/C
Project as set forth in detail
in the Plan may be reallocated among such components
if the Board of Education
shall determine that such
reallocation is in the best
interests of the District;
(b) that a tax is hereby voted therefore in the
amount of not to exceed
$13,225,000, such tax to
be levied and collected in
installments in such years
and in such amounts as shall

be determined by said Board
of Education; and
that in anticipation of said
tax, the Board of Education is authorized to issue
bonds of the District in the
principal amount of not to
exceed $13,225,000 and a
tax is hereby voted to pay
the interest on said bonds
as the same shall become
due and payable. Such Bond
Propositions shall appear on
the ballots used for voting at
said Special District Meeting
in substantially the following condensed forms.
BOND PROPOSITION
RESOLVED:
YES NO
(a) That the Board of Education of the Massapequa
Union Free School District,
in the County of Nassau,
New York (the “District”),
is hereby authorized to
construct improvements
and alterations to various
District buildings and/or
sites substantially as described in a plan prepared
by H2M Architects, and to
expend therefor, including
preliminary costs and costs
incidental thereto and to
the financing thereof, not
to exceed $28,575,000; (b)
that $9,000,000 from the
District’s “Capital Reserve
Fund 2014,” approved by
the voters of the District
on October 21, 2014, is
hereby authorized to be
expended to pay a portion
of the cost of thereof, and
such expenditure is hereby
approved; (c) that a tax in
the amount of not to exceed
$19,575,000 is hereby voted
to pay the balance of the
cost of the Project, such tax
to be levied and collected in
installments in such years
and in such amounts as shall
be determined by said Board
of Education, and (d) that
in anticipation of such tax,
bonds of the District may
be issued, and a tax is hereby
voted to pay the interest on
said bonds as the same shall
become due and payable.
BOND PROPOSITION
RESOLVED:
YES NO
(a) That the Board of Education of the Massapequa
Union Free School District,
in the County of Nassau,
New York (the “District”), is
hereby authorized to install
District-wide classroom airconditioning substantially as
described in a plan prepared
by 1-12M Architects and to
expend therefor, including
preliminary costs and costs
incidental thereto and to
the financing thereof, not
to exceed $13,225,000; (b)
that a tax in the amount of

not to exceed $13,225,000 is
hereby voted therefor, such
tax to be levied and collected
in installments in such years
and in such amounts as
shall be determined by said
Board of Education; and (c)
that in anticipation of said
tax, the Board of Education is authorized to issue
bonds of the District in the
principal amount of not to
exceed $13,225,000, and a
tax is hereby voted to pay the
interest on said bonds as the
same shall become due and
payable.
The voting will be conducted
by ballot on voting machines
or paper ballot as provided
in the Education Law and
the polls will remain open
from 6:00 0’clock A.M. to
9:00 0’clock P.M. (Prevailing
Time) and as much longer as
may be necessary to enable
the voters then present to
cast their ballots.
AND FURTHER NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
personal registration of
voters is required either
pursuant to §2014 of the
Education Law or pursuant
to Article 5 of the Election
Law. If a voter has heretofore registered pursuant to
§2014 of the Education Law
and has voted at an annual
or special district meeting
since January 1, 2014, he or
she is eligible to vote at this
election. If a voter is registered and eligible to vote under Article 5 of the Election
Law, he or she is also eligible
to vote at this election. All
other persons who wish to
vote must register.
FURTHER NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN, that the
Board of Registration will
meet for the purpose of registering all qualified voters
of the District pursuant to
§2014 of the Education Law
in the following locations:
Massapequa High School
Gym, 4925 Merrick Road,
Massapequa, New York;
John P. McKenna School —
Senior Center, Spruce Street
and Second Avenue, Massapequa Park, New York;
Raymond J. Lockhart School
Gym, Pittsburgh Avenue,
Massapequa, New York;
and Fairfield School, general
purpose room, Massapequa
Avenue and Prospect Place,
Massapequa, New York on
January 16, 2018, between
the hours of 4:00 0’clock
P.M.. and 8:00 0’clock P.M.
(Prevailing Time), to add
any additional names to the
Register to be used at the
aforesaid election, at which
time any person will be entitled to have his or her name
placed on such Register, provided

that at such meeting of
the Board of Registration he
or she is known or proven to
the satisfaction of said Board
of Registration to be then or
thereafter entitled to vote at
such election for which the
register is prepared.
The last day to register shall
be Thursday, January 18,
2018. The register so prepared pursuant to §2014
of the Education Law will
be filed in the Office of the
District Clerk, 4925 Merrick
Road, Massapequa, New
York, and will be open for
inspection by any qualified
voter of the District beginning on Thursday, January
18, 2018, between the hours
of 8:00 0’clock A.M. and 4:00
0’clock
P.M. (Prevailing Time) on
weekdays and each day prior
to the day set for the vote,
except Sunday, and on Saturday, January 20, 2018, by
appointment only, and at the
polling place(s) on the day
of the vote.
AND FURTHER NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
applications for absentee
ballots will be obtainable
during school business hours
from the District Clerk beginning Monday, December
18, 2017; completed applications must be received by the
District Clerk at least seven
(7) days before said Special
District Meeting vote if the
ballot is to be mailed to the
voter, or the day before said
Special District Meeting, if
the ballot is to be delivered
personally to the voter. Absentee ballots must be received by the District Clerk
not later than 5:00 0’clock
P.M. (Prevailing Time), on
Tuesday, January 23, 2018.
A list of persons to whom
absentee ballots are issued
will be available for inspection to qualified voters of the
District in the office of the
District Clerk on and after
Thursday, January 18, 2018,
between the hours of 8:00
0’clock A.M. and 4:00 0’clock
P.M. on weekdays prior
to the day set for the vote
and on the day of the vote.
Any qualified voter then
present in the polling place
may object to the voting of
the ballot upon appropriate
grounds by making his/her
challenge and the reasons
therefore known to the Inspector of Election before
the close of the polls.
BY THE ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Dated: November 16, 2017
Anne Marie Bellizzi
District Clerk
4x 11/22, 12/6, 12/20, 1/3/18
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