Monthly Archives: May 2016

Councilwoman Alesia Announces Spring Schedule At Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center

The Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center recently began operating its spring schedule, which runs through June 26, according to Town Councilwoman Rebecca M. Alesia.
“Parents looking for a fun activity for your children may be interested in the spring public sessions the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center will be offering,” Councilwoman Alesia said. “Located in Bethpage Community Park, at Stewart and Cherry Avenues, the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center [Read More]

Town of Oyster Bay Reopening Bethpage Community Park [Read more]

The Town of Oyster Bay will reopen the cordoned off areas of Bethpage Community Park, including the tennis courts, playground, and pool area (the pool will reopen as originally scheduled). According to Town Supervisor John Venditto, the Town received confirmation from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) that they have completed a thorough evaluation of data from previous site investigations and removal actions in and adjacent to the park, and see no reason [Read More]

Councilman Pinto Announces Town Beaches to Open Weekends Beginning May 28

Residents eager to enjoy the Town of Oyster Bay’s beautiful beaches at Tobay, Centre Island, Philip B. Healey at Florence Avenue and Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park will be pleased to learn that these Town beaches will be opening for weekends and holidays beginning Saturday, May 28 according to Town Councilman Joseph G. Pinto.
“I am happy to announce that four Town beaches will be open on weekends and holidays for residents to enjoy beginning May [Read More]

Ceremony to Honor NYPD Detective 1st Grade Brian Moore Slated for Plainedge Park

Saturday, May 21st Event to include a Statue Unveiling and Building Dedication
New York City Police Department Detective 1st Grade Brian Moore, who died in the line of duty on May 4, 2015 while serving the residents of New York City, will have a special dedication ceremony held in his memory at the Town of Oyster Bay’s Plainedge Park on Saturday, May 21 at 1:00 p.m. The event will include a statue unveiling and building [Read More]

Receiver Stefanich Advises Late School Tax Payers of Last Chance

Receiver Stefanich advises Town of Oyster Bay property owners who missed paying their 2015-2016 School taxes by the May 10th deadline, that they can still avoid additional interest and fees beyond the standard 2% late payment penalty.
Late payers should immediately contact the Receiver’s office at 624-6400 if they did not receive a second notification with a delinquent tax bill. Payments postmarked after May 31st cannot be accepted since the collection warrant will have expired. [Read More]

Remember Our Service Men and Women on Armed Forces Day

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto reminds residents to remember our men and women in the Armed Forces on Armed Forces Day, May 19.
“On August 31, 1949, then Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day to replace separate Army, Navy and Air Force Days,” Supervisor Venditto stated. “The single-day celebration, to be held on the third Saturday in May, stemmed from the unification of the Armed Forces under [Read More]

Councilman Coschignano Reminds Residents They Can Take Down Signs

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Chris J. Coschignano reminds residents that they don’t have to put up with the unattractiveness of signs and advertisements taped on trees and utility poles.
“Unfortunately, many people see trees, utility poles and even traffic sign posts, as a handy place to stick up their own signs and fliers,” Councilman Coschignano said. “Now as we enter the season of yard sales, block parties and other such events, many neighborhoods will begin [Read More]

Councilwoman Johnson Offers Brochure on Hazardous Material Alternatives

Hazardous materials can be found in almost all households, according to Oyster Bay Town Councilwoman Michele M. Johnson, who announced that the Town has available to residents an informative brochure entitled Hazardous Material Alternatives.
“Some chores around the house require using products containing hazardous substances,” Councilwoman Johnson said. “There are many instances, though, when we can choose a non-hazardous or less hazardous alternative product to get the same result. This brochure provides a list of [Read More]

Councilman Macagnone Offers Brochure on S.O.R.T. Program

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Anthony D. Macagnone advises residents that the Town has an informative, free brochure entitled “How To Be A Good S.O.R.T.”, which gives a comprehensive overview of the Town’s curbside recycling program.
“Oyster Bay’s S.O.R.T. (Separate Oyster Bay’s Recyclables Today) program is one of the most successful curbside recycling programs in the nation thanks to the cooperation of Town residents,” Councilman Macagnone stated. “However, a successful recycling program depends on the proper [Read More]

Councilwoman Alesia Invites Residents to Paws 2 Love Pet Adoption Festival

The Manetto Hill Animal Hospital and Paw Seasons Day Spa in Plainview is a haven for many happy and healthy animals in need of a loving home, according to Town Councilwoman Rebecca Alesia. On Sunday, May 22, residents are invited to bring their furry friend to the Paws 2 Love Adoption Festival and Benefit sponsored by the Manetto Hill Animal Hospital and the Town of Oyster Bay. The event will run from 11 a.m. [Read More]