July 11, 2012


  • Mayor Harry Nicolaides 
  • Deputy Mayor 
  • Trustee Susan Auriemma
  • Trustee Peter Puttre
  • James A. Bradley, Village Attorney
  • Barbara C. Miller, Clerk/Treasurer


  • Trustee Sheila Brennan
  • Albert T. Jaronczyk

The Mayor called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m

MINUTES for the meeting of June 13, 2012 were approved as corrected.

CLAIMS for June/July were presented, as detailed in the Abstract of Vouchers in the amount of $94,730.08.  After review, the Board approved all for payment.

JUSTICE REPORT for June 2012 was submitted and stated revenues in the total amount of $8555.00.

POLICE REPORT no report received for June, 2012


Application was made for a fence on the east and west sides with gates along the side of the Karcic’s property.  Mr. Karcic explained to the Board that he wants to put a gate a portion of fence on either side of his house.  Mayor Harry Nicolaides explained that the gate and fence has to have bushes in front so as not to be seen from the road.  He suggested that staggering the bushes would also allow for easy access to the gates.  On a motion made by Mayor Harry Nicolaides, to approve the fence with the condition that the gates and fence must be screened from the road with bushes, seconded by Deputy Mayor Albert T. Jaronczyk and approved by all.  The Building Inspector will review the permit on Friday.


Commissioner Donald T. Obrien, Commissioner Brian J. Morris, Superintendent Paul Schrader from the Manhasset Lakeville Water District and their engineer, Paul Granger were in attendance for the meeting.  On the phone in Las Vegas was Commissioner Andrew DeMartin from the Manhasset Lakeville Water District.  The District is looking to replace the entire water main on Park Avenue from Ridge Crescent east to Port Washington Boulevard.  Paul Granger, engineer for the Water District, believes that Park Avenue is a tertiary road.  Ken Pritchard, the Village Engineer, spoke on behalf of the Village explaining the difference between asphalt paving and concrete.  He also spoke about the size of the panels.  The Board requested that since there were difference of opinions on the scope of the work and the materials to be used, that everyone get together in the near future to work on an agreement.  The Mayor also requested that Manhasset Lakeville Water District find out the cost of a performance bond and the engineers on both sides will meet again to establish the most adequate material and area to be utilized during construction.,

There being no further business, the meeting was declared adjourned at 9:35 pm.


Harry Nicolaides

Barbara C. Miller

AuthorJeff Franchetti