Monthly Archives: August 2014

Supervisor Venditto Salutes Anniversary of US Constitution

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto urges people to take a few moments to reflect on the United States Constitution on September 17th, 227 years to the day since its adoption.
 “The United States Constitution has served as the cornerstone of American democracy for 227 years now,” Supervisor Venditto said.  “The Constitution stands as the oldest written national constitution in use in the history of the world.  This is because our forefathers crafted this document, [Read More]

Supervisor Venditto: School is Open – Drive Safely

With fall almost here and schools getting ready to open, it’s time for an annual reminder: residents should drive extra carefully, according to Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto.
“As children head back to school, drivers need to be constantly alert. It’s a good idea to decrease your speed below the posted limit and give extra wide clearance to children walking, riding or playing in the street,” Supervisor Venditto said.
Another important factor in driving safely [Read More]

Residents Reminded About Hours of Operation for Leaf Blowers

Oyster Bay Town Clerk James Altadonna Jr. reminds residents that leaf blowers should only be operated during the hours which Town regulations permit. Under the Town’s noise ordinance, the operation of leaf blowers is restricted to between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. on weekdays and between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekends and national holidays.
“Most of our residents do a fine job of properly maintaining their properties to keep the Town of Oyster [Read More]

Town of Oyster Bay Invites Residents to Learn to Skate

Registration for Fall Skating Lessons Ongoing
Town of Oyster Bay residents are invited to “Learn to Skate” this fall by registering for skating lessons at the Town of Oyster Bay’s Ice Skating Center, located at 1001 Stewart Avenue in Bethpage, according to Oyster Bay Town Councilman Joseph Muscarella.
“Skating lessons for people of all ages take place at our rink throughout the year,” Councilman Muscarella said. “Registration for Series 1 (September 6 through November 2) began [Read More]

Town Partners with Oyster Bay Historic Preservation Roundtable On Future of Mill Pond House

Representatives of the Town of Oyster Bay and the Oyster Bay Historic Preservation Roundtable have announced a preliminary agreement towards the preservation of the Mill Pond House, a Town landmark on West Shore Drive in Oyster Bay.
The Mill Pond House, damaged this spring in two separate fires, will be offered for sale to the public under covenants that ensure its restoration to the strict standards of the United States Secretary of the Interior. In [Read More]