Dear Residents,

We’ve been recently notified that the Town of North Hempstead has mandated that all lawn and garden waste be placed “loose” in containers (not to exceed 32 gallons) or, alternatively, in paper recycling bags.  The Town will no longer accept lawn and garden waste if contained in plastic bags.  An announcement received by the Village explaining this change is attached.   Our contract with Meadow Carting requires Meadow Carting to remove lawn and garden waste (other than that generated by commercial lawn care companies) from Munsey Park homes.  Such waste is ultimately delivered by Meadow Carting to the Town for disposal.  Therefore, these new rules will be applicable to residents of Munsey Park and, consequently, lawn and garden waste contained in plastic bags will not be removed by Meadow Carting.  A limited supply of brown biodegradable paper lawn bags are available at Village Hall for your convenience.  Please make every effort to comply with these new rules.  If you have any questions, please let us know. 

The Village of Munsey Park

AuthorMaureen McLean

Spring is finally here.  The Village would like to take this opportunity to update our residents.  If any resident has additional questions, please contact Tara or Maureen at Village Hall.

VILLAGE FINANCES:  The board approved the final budget for the fiscal year ended May 31, 2019.  The final budget is available on the Village website. The budget includes no tax increase and has budgeted for village plantings and maintenance.

VILLAGE APPOINTMENTS: The following appointments were made at the meeting of the Board of Trustees on April 10, 2018: Jennifer Noone was sworn in as Deputy Mayor; Antonio D’Angelo was sworn in as Trustee; Anthony M. Sabino was sworn in as Trustee; John Turano was sworn in as Village Justice; Patricia Miller was appointed Associate Justice; Tara Gibbons was appointed Clerk / Treasurer; Maureen Mclean was appointed Deputy Clerk / Court Clerk; Robert Morici was appointed Village Attorney; Laura Dilimetin was appointed Village Prosecutor;  Anthony DiProperzio was appointed Building Inspector; and Joseph Russo was appointed to the Board of Zoning Appeals. The website has been updated to reflect updates to the Village committees.

COMMERCIAL TRAFFIC:  As a result of the increase of construction and improvements in the northern part of Manhasset and Port Washington area, there has been an increase of commercial traffic throughout the Village, particularly on Manhasset Woods Road to and from Northern Blvd.  Commercial traffic vehicles navigate through our Village, while they should be using Northern Blvd and Port Washington Blvd to reach destinations in Flower Hill, Plandome and Port Washington.  Commercial through traffic is not permitted in our Village.  To control the flow of commercial vehicles in the Village, residents should notify Village Hall of any companies that repeatedly use our streets as a cut through.  Your help in this matter is appreciated.  

SCA FAIR:  The SCA fair will be held on May 5, 2018 from 10am-5pm.  Please be aware of the parking restrictions on Village streets.  The Village will be assisting the SCA in parking and traffic enforcement.  This is a great day in our Village, so please come out and support the SCA on this special day.  The success of the fair relies on the many volunteers from our community.  If any resident would like to volunteer or make a donation to sponsor this event, you may reach out to Claudine Fini or Annie Yeung at

ELECTION: Village Elections are complete, Justice Turano was re-elected as Village Justice for a four-year term, Jennifer Noone was re-elected as Trustee and Anthony Michael Sabino as Trustee, each will serve a two-year term.  The new term started on April 1 and each Trustee was sworn in at Tuesday night’s meeting.  A total of 567 residents came out to vote.  Thank you to all of the residents that turned out for the election.

DOG CONTROL: Dogs must be restrained. Village ordinances require that dogs not be permitted to "commit a nuisance" on private property or in any public place. Please curb your dog.

SAFETY: Please continue to be diligent as we move into the spring and call 911 with any suspicious activity around the Village.  As the weather warms up, please travel slowly on Village roads and be aware of children and pedestrians enjoying our streets and parks.  Traffic safety and awareness starts with us and sets an example for others traveling through our Village.

VOLUNTEERS: If any residents have a desire to get involved with the Village, please reach out to Mayor DeMento or any of the other Trustees.

NEXT MEETING: Our next meeting will be Wednesday, May 9 at 7:30pm.

For additional information please visit our website at

Mayor                       Frank DeMento              
Deputy Mayor           Jennifer Noone                  
Trustee                     Larry Ceriello                    
Trustee                     Antonio D’Angelo           
Trustee                     Anthony Michael Sabino



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AuthorMaureen McLean

April 11, 2018

As the weather slowly warms, we each find ourselves searching the branches of trees for signs of Spring.  Needless to say, however, trees do more than mark the change of seasons.  Trees in Munsey Park provide visual beauty, enhance the value of our homes, muffle street noise, purify the air, calm the nerves and convey a sense of place that is timeless. In recognition of these benefits, the Village has a policy designed to protect and maintain trees on public and private property.    

The Village is undertaking a review of its policy regarding tree maintenance with a view toward determining whether the current provisions of the Village Code relating to trees on private property and along the Village “right of way” (ROW) adequately reflect the interests, concerns and values of the Village and its residents.

In reviewing our policy and formulating any changes to this policy, we expect to consider the following areas:

• Standards for tree removal applications including requirements for replacement trees including  size and variety of the replacement tree(s) to be planted with separate and specific reference to the Village ROW, private front yards and rear yards;
• Standards for tree pruning applications;
• Development and adoption of “best practices” standards for arborists licensed by the Village;
• Consideration of responsibility for maintenance of trees on the Village ROW;
• Consideration of incentives/disincentives for acceptance of replacement of trees on the Village ROW;
• Composition, duties and authority of the Village “Tree Committee”;
• Consideration of policies to promote tree replacement;
• Consideration of policies governing planting of trees and other landscape items on the Village ROW;
• Fiscal implications of the policies under consideration;
• Consideration of alternative sources of funding for tree replacement and maintenance; and
• Consideration of updates to the list of “specimen trees” to be promoted by the Village.

In order to accomplish the foregoing, we plan on convening a select group of interested residents to discuss the related issues.   We are looking for a diversity of opinions from a cross-section of Village residents.  We plan on keeping the working group manageable in size and expect participants to be available to meet two or three times to discuss the issues.  It is expected that the consensus plan will be presented to Village residents for further consideration.

If you are interested in assisting the Village in this endeavor, please send an email to or a letter addressed to The Village of Munsey Park, 1777 Northern Boulevard, Manhasset, NY 11030 describing your interest.

AuthorMaureen McLean

Dear Residents,

Meadow Carting has cancelled pick up for today, Thursday March 22nd due to the severity of yesterday's storm.  If your garbage pickup is on Thursday, it will be picked up on your next regular scheduled collection day.  If your recycling is on a Thursday, it will be picked up on your next scheduled recycling day.

Thank you.

The Village of Munsey Park

AuthorMaureen McLean

Name                                                       Total Number of Votes:

John Turano - Village Justice                                461

Jennifer Noone, Trustee                                        321

Anthony Sabino, Trustee Elect                             316

Brian Dunning, Trustee Candidate                        275

Nathy Yakaitis, Trustee Candidate                        269

Total Number of Ballots:                                     596



AuthorMaureen McLean

Please take the time to read the Village of Munsey Park March 2018 update.  The Board is preparing the budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year.  Presented below is a financial snapshot of the Village, along with other important business.  Our next meeting is April 11, 2018 at 7.30 pm.  Warmest wishes to our residents celebrating the Easter and Passover holidays.

VILLAGE FINANCES: The proposed budget for the fiscal year ended May 31, 2019 was presented at the March meeting. The objective of the budget is to keep us fiscally sound while addressing needed improvements in infrastructure, maintenance and beautification. This proposed budget is meant to ensure we have a strong balance sheet if and when, we as a Village, decides to take on a major infrastructure capital improvement project, as well as be prepared for potential uncertainties.  The proposed budget will be available on the Village website.  Some key highlights:
• Our reserve fund is projected to be at about $1,500,000 at May 31, 2018.
• We are projected to run at a surplus of about $220,000 for the year ended May 31, 2018.
• Keeping property tax revenue flat and forecasting building improvement revenues to be consistent with the prior year when considering the amount of projects that have been put in front of BAC and scale.
• Our expenses for salaries and benefits, garbage and debt total about $1,200,000, representing 2/3 of our budget.
• Our garbage contract was renegotiated last year through the bidding process however represents a rise in costs of about 20% over the past 3 years.
• Our salaries and benefits have declined in the past couple of years due to retirements and less tenured employees.
• Included in the proposed budget is $50,000 of a contingency for possible overruns and or shortfalls.
• The budget includes $262,000 for road maintenance. With respect to roads, we will be working with our engineer to use the scaling map of roads and formulate a 5 year road improvement plan by road by year.
• The budget includes $233,000 for debt and interest which is set to be paid for 2021.
• The budget includes $30,000 for tree maintenance programs.
• The budget includes $20,000 for Village entryway beautification projects.
• The remainder of our budget is allocated to utilities and day-to-day expenses to running the Village.

GAS LINES UPGRADE:  National Grid in collaboration with Asplundh Construction Co. will be upgrading the gas main along the north side of Park Avenue (east of Manhasset Woods Road) to Abbey Road, Burnham Place and Strickland Place. Work is expected to commence this week with the project concluding by the beginning of June. National Grid will schedule directly with each affected homeowner for hookup to the new gas lines resulting in interruption of service for one day.  This may include the possibility of relocating gas meters to the outside of the home.

ROADS:  In regards to the Hawthorne/North Eakins road improvement project, the survey work is still in progress.  The three nor'easters prevented the surveyor from completing the work, but he will be there this week to finish, assuming the snow is gone.  Accurate surveying of the road section cannot be done with any snow on the road shoulder.  Meanwhile, the Engineer is in the process of preparing the bid books for the project, bids should be completed by the end of the month and bidding will commence shortly thereafter.  Bids will presented to the Board in April or May and voted upon.

RADAR SPEED SIGNS: The Town of North Hempstead will be distributing radar speed signs paid for with state grants to Villages on the North Shore, including Munsey Park. The Village has been in contact with the Town to ensure our Village’s participation, when the signs become available.

VILLAGE COMMITTEES:  Please welcome Joseph Williams to the BAC. He has lived in Manhasset since 2005, and in Munsey Park since 2012, with wife Colleen and their three daughters (11, 9 and 7) who are all students at Munsey Park Elementary School.  Joe has been a Litigation Attorney for 25 years and was a former Assistant District Attorney.  He currently maintains his own law practice in midtown Manhattan.

VILLAGE ARCHITECT:  Please welcome Amy Urban as the new Village Architect.  Amy is a New York State Registered Architect. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University and a Master of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Amy will attend the Building Advisory Committee meetings along with the five committee members and the Village Building Inspector, Anthony DiProperzio. She will also work with the Village’s Zoning Board, Building Advisory committee, and the Building Inspector to review the building and zoning codes to propose revisions to help keep the character of the Village and ensure new construction does not overwhelm neighboring homes.

BOARD MEETINGS: Many residents have reached out to the Village regarding the timing of our monthly board meeting.  Currently, the meetings are held in the evening at 7:30pm.  There are many residents that cannot attend nightly board meetings because of the obligations they have in the evening and would like a more convenient time in the day, specifically in the early afternoon.  The Board is looking into the possibility of having one board meeting (or several) during the day so that more residents may attend.  We welcome your feedback on this issue. 

ELECTION: On Tuesday, March 20th, the Village will hold elections for two Trustee positions and for Village Justice. The polling location will be at Munsey Park Village Hall from 12Noon until 9pm.

VOLUNTEERS: If any residents have a desire to get involved with the Village, please reach out to Mayor DeMento or any of the other Trustees.

NEXT MEETING: Our next meeting will be Wednesday, April 11 at 7:30pm.

For additional information please visit our website at

Mayor                          Frank DeMento           
Deputy Mayor          John Lippmann           
Trustee                       Larry Ceriello                  
Trustee                      Antonio D’Angelo         
Trustee                      Jennifer Noone                 


AuthorMaureen McLean

Dear Residents,

We hope everyone fared safely through last night's storm.

Eakins Road between Park Avenue and Ryder Road is closed due to down power lines and a tree blocking the road. 

Allston Place is also closed due to down wires.  It should be assumed that these wires are LIVE and should be avoided at all costs.  PSEG is aware of the situation as are the police.

The Village will waive permit fees for pruning and / or removal of trees that were damaged in Friday's or yesterday's storms.  A picture of the damaged tree will be required.  Replacement of trees that have been removed due to damage will also be required.  An application is attached along w/ tree contractors who are licensed within the Village.

Please phone the Village Hall should you have any questions, comments or concerns.

The Village of Munsey Park

AuthorMaureen McLean

Dear Residents,

A winter storm is expected to begin the evening of Tuesday, March 6 and continue through Wednesday, March 7. An estimated five to eight inches of snow is predicted for North Hempstead.

We ask the following so we as a Village may be as effective and safe as possible during the storm.
•During the storm please keep all cars off the street so our crew can safely and effectively keep them clear.
•If possible avoid driving or being out in during the storm.
•Please check in with any neighbors who may be in need of assistance, especially our elderly residents and offer any help needed.
•Those residents with sidewalks we ask you to do your best to clear them of snow as quickly as possible to help neighbors avoid walking in the road.
•In case of power outage, please call PSEG directly at:800-490-0075 or go to their website

•In case of Emergency please call 911

To report power outages or downed power lines:
•PSEG 24 hour hotline: (800) 490-0075
•National Grid 24 hour hotline: (800) 490-0045

 Information on mass transit service:
• MTA/LIRR/NYC Transit:
• LIRR 24 hour travel information center: 718-217-5477

Up to the minute information about traffic conditions on Long Island’s major roads:
• •NYS Department of Transportation’s 511 service: or call 511.

If needed, we will communicate any additional helpful information throughout the storm. Please feel free to contact any Trustees with and question or concerns.

The Board of Trustees

The Incorporated Village of Munsey Park

Mayor                       Frank DeMento           
Deputy Mayor          John Lippmann           
Trustee                     Larry Ceriello                 
Trustee                     Antonio D’Angelo        
Trustee                     Jennifer Noone                 



AuthorMaureen McLean

The timeline for the gas main upgrade has been pushed up to begin the week of March 5th.  National Grid expects the project to be completed ahead of June 1st.

Any questions or concerns, please call Village Hall at 516-365-7790.



AuthorMaureen McLean


At a recent Board of Trustees meeting a resident asked the Board to review the condition of sidewalks in the Village, implying that the sidewalks needed repair or replacement.  As Village residents know, only two streets in Munsey Park have sidewalks: Park Avenue (from Munsey Place to Manhasset Woods Road on the north side and to Abbey Road on the south side) and Manhasset Wood Road (to Park Avenue).   We asked the Village road crew to do a visual examination of the sidewalks and prepare a report to the Board.  The report is below. In essence, the sidewalks in the Village are in relatively good shape. There is the some cracking (especially near driveway aprons) and minor lifting or settling but nothing out of the ordinary, especially for sidewalks that are, in some areas, close to 85 years old.  None of these conditions require any repair work or replacement at this time.  We also note that, to date, no complaints or claims have been received by or asserted against the Village based on the condition of the sidewalks.


If you have any comments, questions or concerns, please contact Village Hall. 


Village Sidewalk Status

All the sidewalks in The Village were checked on 2/23/18. Overall they are in very good condition and in the opinion of the maintenance staff none need repair or replacement at this time. Below is a list of all the sections that have some minor defects.

Key:     Minor Undulation- A slightly raised or depressed area of approximately 1-2”

            Minor Crack- A small crack of varying length without concrete loss or degradation


Manhasset Woods Rd. (MWR) East Side:

·       Hunt La. to Revere Rd.           Minor Undulations

·       188 MWR                                Minor Undulations and Minor Cracks in one slab

Manhasset Woods Rd. (MWR) West Side:

·       203 MWR                              Minor Undulation and Minor Cracks in one slab

·       131 MWR                                Very Minor Cracks

·       107 MWR                               Very Minor Cracks

·       Hunt La. to Revere Rd.          Minor Undulations

Park Ave. North Side:

·       361, 355, 339,331 Park Ave.   Very Minor Cracks

·       299 Park Ave.                        Very Minor Undulation

·       279 Park Ave.                        Minor Cracks

Park Ave. South Side:

·       Corner Park & Eakins Rd.       Minor Undulations

·       414, 420 Park Ave.                  Minor Cracks and Minor Undulations

·       480, 496, 504, 534 Park Ave.  Minor Undulations

·       568 Park Ave.                          Minor Cracks and Minor Undulations

·       610 Park Ave.                          Minor Cracks

·       Corner Park & Abbey Rd.       Minor Cracks and Minor Undulations

AuthorMaureen McLean

As mentioned in our Winter 2018 Update, National Grid is in the preparatory stages of a gas main upgrade for sections of existing lines along Park Avenue from Manhasset Woods Road eastward to to Abbey Road North.  This will also include Burnham Place and Strickland Place.  Currently, they are marking out underground utilities along the Village Right-of-Way in the aforementioned locations.  The project is scheduled to begin on or around April 1st.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Village Hall at 365-7790.


AuthorMaureen McLean

Dear Residents,

Recently, an editorial in a local publication, described your Village Mayor, Trustees and employees as waging an “assault on civic duty”.   We mean to set the record straight:

• The basis for the charge is that an unnamed “woman in the Village clerk’s office” told a reporter to submit a FOIL request in order to obtain the names of persons running for office in the upcoming Village elections.  We agree: a FOIL request isn’t appropriate for such information.  We’ll do a better job responding to such routine requests.

• The editorial questions why people “who filed petitions can be required to confirm that they want to run”; the answer is: state law.  The petitions are nominating petitions; the person nominated by the petition must, by state law, accept the nomination. 

• The editorial lumps Munsey Park with other “North Shore villages” that exhibit “brazen disregard for norms”.  This accusation is particularly unfair. The other Villages named in the editorial failed a 2016 test based on adherence to FOIL requirements, while Munsey Park passed that same test.  While we can always do better at responding to FOIL requests, we think it was misleading of the editorial not to make it clear that Munsey Park passed the test.  

• Not surprisingly, the editorial appears to equate good government with the speed with which government responds to information requests from the press.  We prefer to judge our performance by a different set of benchmarks:

  • As announced at the February Board meeting, the Village expects the 2018/2019 Village budget to have a 0% tax increase;
  • The current credit rating of the Village by Moody’s Investors Services is Aa2; in assigning this favorable, investment-grade rating, Moody’s cited our “stable finances supported by conservative budgeting, low pension and debt burden”;
  • The Village has completed the renovation of its two parks – Copley Pond and Waldmann Memorial – at minimal or no cost to the Village residents;
  • The Village has completed the re-planting and pruning of trees on Park Avenue and Manhasset Woods Road and the Village is undertaking the replanting of the Park Avenue hill and a vigorous re-planting program on other streets throughout the Village;
  • The Village has completed the re-paving of Inness Place and portions of other streets; this Spring we will be re-paving  Eakins Road (north of Park Ave.) and Hawthorne Place; additional streets will follow later in 2018;
  • The cost of street re-paving is being funded by current cash flow and state grants.  We believe that this approach is more conservative than the approach taken by a prior administration which, in 2007, took out a $2.75MM bond to repave a small portion of Village roads.  We are still paying debt service on this bond in the amount of ~$300,000 per year (representing approximately 15% of the average homeowner’s Village tax bill), and the roads then repaired, now need to be repaired again;  once the existing bond is repaid, the $300,000 will be used to accelerate the road renovation schedule; and
  • Lastly, but perhaps most importantly, in the last report prepared by the Nassau County Police Department, there was no crime in Munsey Park.

As your Mayor and Trustees, our goal is to provide Village residents with a safe, welcoming, and beautiful Village that reflects the people who live here and deserve nothing less. We intend to continue to budget conservatively, with a view toward keeping taxes as low as possible.  This approach necessarily means prioritizing projects; similar to how every household in the Village manages its finances.  Much has been accomplished by the Village and we think the Village is in better shape – financially and physically – than ever before.  We proudly stand on this record. However, we leave it to you, fellow residents, to determine whether we have been deserving of your trust.

The Mayor and Board of Trustees

AuthorMaureen McLean

As Winter Break approaches, the Village would like to update you on the various improvements and issues that are going on in our community.  We hope you have a safe and fun-filled President’s week.

ROADS:  The Village is in the preliminary phases of the Hawthorne Place and North Eakins road improvement project.  Survey work will take place this month to prepare the roadway and driveway specs for the project and we will keep residents updated as each phase arises.  The Village has received an additional $165,000 from the state and will use the funds for various road improvements as indicated by the comprehensive road plan conducted last year, which is posted on the Village website.  Last year, the Village completed the repaving of Inness Place and the intersection of Manhasset Woods Roads and Bellows Lane.  Additionally, various cutouts, asphalt repairs, and curb replacements were conducted throughout the Village.  We will continue to conduct minor road repairs this year as we prepare for the next road improvement project.  We plan to undertake at least two major road projects each year.  Once the Village pays off the current 2007, $2,750,000 public improvement serial bonds that mature in 2020, the Village will have approximately $300,000 in additional funds to put towards road repaving.

TREES:  In 2017, the Village completed the maintenance and pruning (where necessary) of the trees on Park Avenue and Manhasset Woods Roads.  In addition, we replaced the London Plane Trees and White Oaks along both roads where trees were missing.  In 2018, we expect to continue with our tree replacement program where needed throughout the Village.  Any residents interested in having a tree planted along the street in front of their home, should contact Village Hall.

IMPROVEMENTS:  The Village is at the mid-point in renovating the landscaping on the north and south sides of the Park Avenue hill, one of the main entrances to the Village.  We expect to plant flowering perennials on both sides of Park Avenue and eventually add flowering trees to the landscape. The Village is also considering adding landscape lighting to illuminate the walkways on both sides of the hill.  We expect all residents will be delighted with these modest and cost-effective yet beautiful improvements.

VILLAGE FINANCES:  We are in the process of preparing the budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, which begins on June 1 of this year.  We will present the budget at our April board meeting.  As we put together our budget we are currently projecting no tax increase for the upcoming year. We are able to keep taxes flat as the Village received state money to assist in the road paving projects, park project and other upgrades around the Village.  Some of these funds were not needed and added to our general fund. In the coming year, we will continue to focus on ensuring that our costs are contained and that we focus on our roads and the proper care and safety of the trees that line our village.

GAS LINES UPGRADE: National Grid in collaboration with Asplundh Construction Co.will be upgrading the gas lines along the north side of Park Avenue (east of Manhasset Woods Road), Burnham Place and Strickland Place.  Work is expected to commence the beginning of April with the project concluding by the end of June.  National Grid will schedule directly with each affected homeowner for hookup to the new lines.

POLICE: In response to complaints about west-bound cut-through traffic on Eakins Road and Ryder Road during the morning rush, NCPD has increased enforcement on those cut-through streets during that time. Please be aware of this increased police presence. If you do not see increased police presence, please let us know.

MUNSEY PARK CRIME STATISTICS: Below is the Police Report for the month of January 2018.
Burglary Residence: None
Burglary Business: None
Larceny Auto: None
Larceny (other than auto): None
Criminal Mischief: None
Summonses for Moving Violations: 28

PLANNING BOARD DECISION 170 MUNSEY PLACE: The Application for the subdivision of the property located at 170 Munsey Place was denied.  The vote was as follows:
Frank DeMento, Mayor  Nay
Jennifer Noone, Trustee  Nay
Patrick Hance, Trustee  Aye
Lawrence Ceriello, Trustee    Nay
John Lippmann, Trustee  Absent

TRUSTEE APPOINTMENT: Last month, Patrick Hance resigned from the Board of Trustees citing time constraints due to new business endeavors.  To fill his seat, the Mayor appointed Antonio D’Angelo, who served on the Village Architectural Review Board. Antonio is a Partner in the New York office of Deloitte Tax LLP and is the U.S. National Tax Managing Partner of the Consumer & Industrial Products Industry. Antonio has more than 20 years of experience in public accounting with extensive experience serving large multinational public and privately held companies. Antonio is a Certified Public Accountant (NY) and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.  Antonio has an undergraduate degree from Hofstra University and a master of taxation from St. John’s University. Antonio resides on Abbey Road with his wife and three children.

NEW AMERICAN ARTISTS:  As everyone may know, the roads in Munsey Park (excepting Park Avenue and MWR) are named after American artists and prints of some of these artist most famous works are displayed on the walls of Village Hall. The Village would like to invite Village residents of all ages to participate in a new endeavor which we are calling "New American Artists" - we would welcome suitable works of art prepared by residents for a limited display in Village Hall.  More to follow on this program.

ELECTION:  On March 20th, the Village will hold elections for two Trustee positions and for Village Justice.  The polling location will be at Munsey Park Village Hall from 12Noon until 9pm.

Mayor                       Frank DeMento           
Deputy Mayor          John Lippmann           
Trustee                     Larry Ceriello                 
Trustee                     Antonio D’Angelo        
Trustee                     Jennifer Noone                 

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AuthorMaureen McLean

Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda for February 14, 2018 at 7:30 PM


1.  Trustee Appointment

2.  Approval of Election Inspectors

3.  Introduction of Local Law 1 - 2018 - Tax Levy Override

4.  Survey Proposal for Hathorne/Eakins

AuthorMaureen McLean