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Marquette L. Floyd, a former Amityville resident and attorney who rose to the ranks of Justice of the Supreme Court, Suf...
01/16/2022

Marquette L. Floyd, a former Amityville resident and attorney who rose to the ranks of Justice of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, was recognized on September 15 when the Supreme Court Building of the Peter Cohalan Court Complex was named in his honor. Photo by Joe Turner.

For the full story, stay tuned to the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.

Two senior students from Amityville Memorial High School, Kenia Hernendez and Randy Rodriquez, were recently nominated t...
01/15/2022

Two senior students from Amityville Memorial High School, Kenia Hernendez and Randy Rodriquez, were recently nominated to serve as Junior Achievement Student Ambassadors for the 2021-2022 school year. Kenia and Randy were selected to represent Junior Achievement from over 100 applicants from schools across the metropolitan region.

For the full story, stay tuned to the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.

01/14/2022

This morning Legislator Richberg joined a coalition of community organizations including LIFE Camp, Inc, Spin the yard and S.T.R.O.N.G. YOUTH, INC. to announce the inaugural Long Island Peace Week. Peace Week will take place from Saturday, January 15 to Saturday, January 22, coinciding with Dr. Martin Luther King Day, and aims to assist in advancing Dr. King’s mission of decreasing violence through community building and healing. Events planned include family bowling and skating parties, prayer and healing circles and much more.

THIS JUST IN: Amityville Village has announced that it has received a $10 million grant from the state for downtown revi...
01/13/2022

THIS JUST IN: Amityville Village has announced that it has received a $10 million grant from the state for downtown revitalization. “We are estatic,” said Mayor Dennis Siry who recognized everyone in the Village who worked hard in putting the grant proposal together. “We submitted proposals in the past, but this year was the charm and we got the award.”
Village Board members worked with members of the Downtown Revitalization Committee and an outside engineering firm in putting this year’s proposal together. Funds can be used on a variety of projects to enhance, upgrade and improve the look and safety of the village’s downtown.
The Village will work with a committee from the state in finalizing exactly which projects wil lbe funded by the money.
Watch for more on this story in the Amityville Record, in print every week and online at www.amityvillerecord.com.

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01/12/2022

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On Wednesday, January 19, 2022, the Long Island State Veterans Home at Stony Brook University will be hosting a Job Fair...
01/12/2022

On Wednesday, January 19, 2022, the Long Island State Veterans Home at Stony Brook University will be hosting a Job Fair. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Long Island State Veterans Home Multipurpose Room, 100 Patriots Road, Stony Brook, NY 11790. On-site interviews; walk-ins welcome. Resume required, and appointments are available by calling 631-444-8617. More information available at www.listateveteranshome.org.

For more local news, visit the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.

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01/11/2022

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The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation announced that wood is available to the public ...
01/11/2022

The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation announced that wood is available to the public at various state parks on Long Island. A wood permit must be obtained from the park office before any wood is removed from the facility. The permit allows the removal of wood from downed and/or fallen trees that park staff would have had to remove. Some of the wood available is already cut; some may need cutting according to specific needs. The wood is ideal for firewood usage.

Wood removal is allowed with a permit, and a deposit when required, at the following locations: Caleb Smith State Park (631) 265-1054; Connetquot River State Park (631) 581-1005; Sunken Meadow State Park (631) 269-4333; Heckscher State Park (631) 581-2100 and Planting Fields Arboretum (516) 922-8600. Please call in advance for specific times/dates permits are available.

For further information please call the park office first or the Long Island State Park Headquarters - Permit Department at (631) 321-3515.

For more local news, visit the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.

Read full story now; free accessBabylon Town redirects NAFCo emergency calls to neighboring fire departments. https://ww...
01/10/2022
Babylon Town pulls contract with NAFCo; redirects calls to neighboring fire departments | Amityville Record

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Babylon Town redirects NAFCo emergency calls to neighboring fire departments.
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By Carolyn James The North Amityville Fire Company Board of Directors is seeking legal counsel following receipt of a letter from the Town of Babylon that the Town would not renew NAFCo's $3.2 mi

The Village of Ami¬tyville is now accept¬ing nominations for its Distinguished “Distinguished Resident Resident Award” T...
01/09/2022

The Village of Ami¬tyville is now accept¬ing nominations for its Distinguished “Distinguished Resident Resident Award” The award rec¬ognizes Award a Village resident for their dedication and commitment resulting in significant contributions to enhancing the quality of life, improving the per¬formance of government, enriching the spiritual or cultural environment, or otherwise benefiting the citizens of Amityville Village.

For full details, please visit the Record online at https://www.amityvillerecord.com/articles/amityville-villages-2022-distinguished-resident-award-nominations-now-open/

On October 21st the Kiwanis Club of Amityville installed their officers and board members for the 2021-2022 year. Suffol...
01/08/2022

On October 21st the Kiwanis Club of Amityville installed their officers and board members for the 2021-2022 year. Suffolk West Lt. Gov. Greg Bravo conducted the ceremony and welcomed Andy Powell as the club’s newest President. Many thanks were given to outgoing President Karen Kelly, Treasurer Rick Licari and Secretary Kathy Licari for a job well done.

For more local news, visit the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.

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01/07/2022

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01/05/2022

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It’s always difficult to bid farewell to the magic and excitement of the holiday season, so we’re holding on to the warm...
01/05/2022

It’s always difficult to bid farewell to the magic and excitement of the holiday season, so we’re holding on to the warm Christmas feelings just a bit longer by looking back today to Christmas 1982 in the heart of beautiful, snow-covered Amityville Village.

For more local news and glimpses back in time, visit the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.

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01/04/2022

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The TMB Model Train Club, located at 120 Schmitt Blvd. in Farmingdale, has announced that it will be hosting a series of...
01/04/2022

The TMB Model Train Club, located at 120 Schmitt Blvd. in Farmingdale, has announced that it will be hosting a series of Model Train Shows through February 2022. Dates are as follows: January 8, 9, 22 and 23; February 5 and 6 (Super Bowl weekend). All shows run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and have free admission. For directions, photos, and additional information, please visit www.tmbmodeltrainclub.com, like their page @TrainmastersofBabylonModelTrainClub or call 516-660-8099.

For more local news, visit the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.

We’re flashing back today to December 16, 1982 in the Record, where Suffolk County Executive Peter F. Cohalan was pictur...
01/03/2022

We’re flashing back today to December 16, 1982 in the Record, where Suffolk County Executive Peter F. Cohalan was pictured with Town Supervisor Tony Noto and Councilman Harry Withers at a press conference announcing Withers’ candidacy.

Visit the Record online for local news at: www.amityvillerecord.com.

The Long Island State Park Region will host its 27th annual Winter Run Series beginning January 2022.The series will beg...
01/02/2022

The Long Island State Park Region will host its 27th annual Winter Run Series beginning January 2022.
The series will begin Sunday, January 9th at Heckscher State Park. Additional runs will be held January 9th at Heckscher State Park, January 16th at Robert Moses State Park, January 23rd at Sunken Meadow and January 30th at Jones Beach State Park. All races are themed, 5K in length, and will start at 11 a.m.

Registration is open for full both series signups and individual runs. Registration is only available online, for a small fee at https://events.elitefeats.com/nyswinter22. Full Series Registration will close when the maximum amount of 1,100 registrants is reached.

For more local news, please visit the Post online at www.massapequapost.com

Wishing all our readers a safe, happy, healthy new year, from all of us at the Amityville Record! May 2022 bring us all ...
01/01/2022

Wishing all our readers a safe, happy, healthy new year, from all of us at the Amityville Record! May 2022 bring us all peace, joy, prosperity, and above all, good health.

For the latest local news, visit the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.

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12/31/2021

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Jean-Baptiste Borsali, the Mayor LeBourget in France, Amityville Village’s twin city, met came to Amityville Village tod...
12/31/2021

Jean-Baptiste Borsali, the Mayor LeBourget in France, Amityville Village’s twin city, met came to Amityville Village today. He met with Amityville Village Mayor Dennis Siry and members of the Village Board and Carolyn Dodd and Lou Howard, members of the Amityville LeBourget committee.
They all met at Village Hall and spent some time together going over the history of the alliance between the two communities, which were “twinned” under Mayor Lou Howard in 1979. The tour also included a visit to Bennett Place and Montauk Highway where Amityville maintains a sign commemorating the alliance.
The group also visited St. Mary’s Church, the Lauder Museum and then to the home of the late Lou Howard.
The hope is to revitalize the relationship between the two communities.
Watch the Amityville Record for more on this story.

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Marquette L. Floyd, a former Amityville resident and attorney who rose to the ranks of Justice of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, was recognized on September 15 when the Supreme Court Building of the Peter Cohalan Court Complex was named in his honor. Photo by Joe Turner. For the full story, stay tuned to the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.
Two senior students from Amityville Memorial High School, Kenia Hernendez and Randy Rodriquez, were recently nominated to serve as Junior Achievement Student Ambassadors for the 2021-2022 school year. Kenia and Randy were selected to represent Junior Achievement from over 100 applicants from schools across the metropolitan region. For the full story, stay tuned to the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.
THIS JUST IN: Amityville Village has announced that it has received a $10 million grant from the state for downtown revitalization. “We are estatic,” said Mayor Dennis Siry who recognized everyone in the Village who worked hard in putting the grant proposal together. “We submitted proposals in the past, but this year was the charm and we got the award.” Village Board members worked with members of the Downtown Revitalization Committee and an outside engineering firm in putting this year’s proposal together. Funds can be used on a variety of projects to enhance, upgrade and improve the look and safety of the village’s downtown. The Village will work with a committee from the state in finalizing exactly which projects wil lbe funded by the money. Watch for more on this story in the Amityville Record, in print every week and online at www.amityvillerecord.com.
And now, a word from one of our sponsors….
On Wednesday, January 19, 2022, the Long Island State Veterans Home at Stony Brook University will be hosting a Job Fair. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Long Island State Veterans Home Multipurpose Room, 100 Patriots Road, Stony Brook, NY 11790. On-site interviews; walk-ins welcome. Resume required, and appointments are available by calling 631-444-8617. More information available at www.listateveteranshome.org. For more local news, visit the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.
And now, a word from one of our sponsors….
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation announced that wood is available to the public at various state parks on Long Island. A wood permit must be obtained from the park office before any wood is removed from the facility. The permit allows the removal of wood from downed and/or fallen trees that park staff would have had to remove. Some of the wood available is already cut; some may need cutting according to specific needs. The wood is ideal for firewood usage. Wood removal is allowed with a permit, and a deposit when required, at the following locations: Caleb Smith State Park (631) 265-1054; Connetquot River State Park (631) 581-1005; Sunken Meadow State Park (631) 269-4333; Heckscher State Park (631) 581-2100 and Planting Fields Arboretum (516) 922-8600. Please call in advance for specific times/dates permits are available. For further information please call the park office first or the Long Island State Park Headquarters - Permit Department at (631) 321-3515. For more local news, visit the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.
Read full story now; free access Babylon Town redirects NAFCo emergency calls to neighboring fire departments. https://www.amityvillerecord.com/articles/babylon-town-pulls-contract-with-nafco-redirects-calls-to-neighboring-fire-departments/
The Amityville Woman’s Club Crafts and Hobbies Committee recently hosted a luncheon at the Unqua Corinthian Yacht Club. Food and money were collected by the Community Service Committee and donated to the Amityville School Food Pantry. Visit the Record online for the full story at: https://www.amityvillerecord.com/articles/amityville-womans-club-crafts-and-hobbies-committee-hosts-luncheon/
The Village of Ami¬tyville is now accept¬ing nominations for its Distinguished “Distinguished Resident Resident Award” The award rec¬ognizes Award a Village resident for their dedication and commitment resulting in significant contributions to enhancing the quality of life, improving the per¬formance of government, enriching the spiritual or cultural environment, or otherwise benefiting the citizens of Amityville Village. For full details, please visit the Record online at https://www.amityvillerecord.com/articles/amityville-villages-2022-distinguished-resident-award-nominations-now-open/
On October 21st the Kiwanis Club of Amityville installed their officers and board members for the 2021-2022 year. Suffolk West Lt. Gov. Greg Bravo conducted the ceremony and welcomed Andy Powell as the club’s newest President. Many thanks were given to outgoing President Karen Kelly, Treasurer Rick Licari and Secretary Kathy Licari for a job well done. For more local news, visit the Record online at www.amityvillerecord.com.