Dear Laurel Hollow Residents:
Mayor - Daniel F DeVita
Trustee - Nicholas J Bartilucci
Trustee - Daniel F DeVita
Trustee - Jeffrey C Miritello
Trustee - Jeffrey Nemshin
Trustee - Nicholas Tsafos
Trustee - Richard M Nicklas
Trustee - Martin Novick
Justice - Joseph D'Elia
Clerk / Treasurer - Karen A Navin
Deputy Clerk - Nancy Popper
Board of Trustees Issues Notice to Bidders for Improvements to Cedarwood Court & Patching on Woodvale & Laurel Hollow Road
July 02, 2015
At their meeting on June 17, 2015, the Board of Trustees authorized the Clerk / Treasurer to issue a Notice to Bidders for Improvements to Cedarwood Court and Patching on Woodvale Drive and Laurel Hollow Road.
A copy of the notice can be found here.
State Route 108 Improvements Update
July 02, 2015
As reported in the Spring 2015 issue of The Lantern, we have beeninformed by the New York State Department of Transportation that repaving of Route 108, a state road, will begin shortly.
We've recently been advised that crews are currently working to fill potholes, which should be completed by Monday, July 6th, after which construction and detour signs will be set up. Paving will not begin until guardrails are replaced, improvements to storm water runoff systems are made, and areas where soil erosion has occured are repaired.
Work may not begin for several weeks, and we will continue to keep you advised via News updates.
Board of Trustees Reschedules July Meeting
June 03, 2015
At their meeting on May 13, 2015, the Board of Trustees rescheduled their July meeting from Wednesday, July 8th to July 15th. This meeting will also serve as the Annual Meeting of the Board, when meeting dates are scheduled for the 2015-2016 Official Year.
Laurel Hollow Receives Local Government Achievement Award
May 15, 2015
At their Annual Meeting held in early May, NYCOM, the New York State Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials, awarded the Village of Laurel Hollow Second Place in their 2015 Local Government Achievement Award for their agreement with the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory which allows them to use the gasoline pump at the Police Booth. The agreement requires the Lab to pay a monthly administrative fee to the Village and to reimburse the Village for required insurance, testing and other maintenance costs. In addition, during emergencies, the Village will be able to obtain gasoline for its vehicles.
A copy of the NYCOM press release is attached.
Budget for the Fiscal Year Beginning June 1, 2015 and Ending May 31, 2016 Adopted
April 24, 2015
After a public hearing held on April 15th, the Board of Trustees adopted the budget for the fiscal year beginning June 1, 2015 and ending May 31, 2016.
A copy of the budget, the notice of adoption and the Mayor's April 16th letter to all residents can be found here.
View from the Laurel Hollow Beach