the beautiful weather has arrived!
the weather wasnít very cooperative until very recently,
it has taken a bit longer to complete some of our on-going
example, the Village Marina was recently completed and is
now ready for public enjoyment.
We are nearly complete with the Shore Road Park
project which has included major electrical updates
including a new transformer and updated wiring for the
baseball field lights.
Both projects were necessary due to damage from
Hurricane Sandy. The
funding for these projects are the results of insurance
claims and through reimbursements from FEMA.
can now enjoy our waterfront once again.
the summer, there will be many more drivers on the roads.
We also have many younger drivers who have recently
received their licenses as well.
Therefore, Deputy Mayor Mike Lavorata wants to
remind you not to text and drive.
The message can wait.
Shut the cell phone down when you enter your
will prevent the temptation of answering that call or text
of safety, Trustee Joan Masterson wants to remind you
about boating safety.
Do not drink and drive while boating.
Like any other motor vehicle, drinking and driving
donít mix. So
practice safe boating as well as safe driving.
Let us all enjoy a safe and relaxing summer season.
Maryann Weckerle wants to remind you that the BID is
continuing to work with the merchants and landlords to
fill the vacant stores.
Also, please donít forget to patronize our great
restaurants including: La Villa Gaia Restaurant at 101 N.
Wellwood Avenue; Goccia DíOro at 118 S. Wellwood Avenue;
the Village Lanterne at 143 N. Wellwood Avenue as well as
Kabuki at 183 S. Wellwood Avenue. These restaurants
illustrate just how seriously both the Administration and
the BID are with continuing the improvement and
development of the Business District.
Trustee Darrel Kost, who was elected in March of this
year, wants to remind everyone that if you see something
in your neighborhood that is unusual, for example, an
excessive amount of vehicles at one particular residence,
please immediately notify the police.
As you are no doubt aware, there is a nationwide
drug epidemic which has touched nearly every community.
Please do not ignore any unusual behavior as we
cannot fight the fight alone!
We have partnered with many community groups as
part of the Mayorís Task Force on Youth Drug and Alcohol
Abuse but we need your help as well.
administration continues to encourage residents to share
their ideas, suggestions and concerns with us.
Our partnership with the various civic, service and
community organizations have strengthened because we all
have the same goal of keeping Lindenhurst as a great place
to live, work and enjoy!
with the Board of Trustees, our Administrative staff and
all the employees of the Village, we look forward to
continue to serve the Village to the best of our abilities
for the betterment of Lindenhurst!