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Francesco, USA! Disbanded
5, shows off USA! VFW honored
pride with this Francesco D. Notaristefano, a Somers resident who by town
Martial Arts coaches New Rochelle Girls Premier soccer team,
Unlimited shirt brought his family along with the team to see the BY CAROL REIF
in front of the U.S. Women’s National Team take the win during the CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Eiffel Tower. Women’s World Cup in France.
Lest we forget—a commonly used
The World Cup in France PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANCESCO DOMENICO phrase in war remembrance services.
BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE
CLASSIFIEDS Well, in Somers, they never will.
ELEPHANT’S TRUNK In June, the Veterans of Foreign Wars
LEGAL NOTICES Post 8213 o cially disbanded due to de-
LEISURE clining membership.
OPINION Formed in 1994, the military service
SPORTS organization oversaw Memorial Day, Vet-
erans Day, and POW/MIA services and
parades. It also boosted patriotic pride by
placing American ags around town and
supported local youth with scholarship
In June, the town threw a block party to
honor WWII, Korean, and Vietnam War
vets, said Supervisor Rick Morrissey at the
Town Board’s July 11 meeting.
Morrissey said the town understood the
problems with declining membership and
appreciated the “time and e ort” it took to
put together events such as the parades.
It was grateful, he said, that other com-
munity organizations, such as the Lions
Club, have been able to “step up to ll” the
VFW’s “big shoes.”
“Hopefully, they’ll do it as admirably as
you did,” he told the group.
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The Staff King Kone Sports Camps for all abilities and levels. For 14 at the Mt. Kisco American
EDITORIAL TEAM fundraiser Want your children to try more information, call USSI at Legion, 1 Legion Way, Mt. Kisco.
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the proceeds from 5-10 p.m. on ship Multi Sports Camp, where Park Concerts. Sunday, Aug.
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Thursday, August 1, 2019 but not forgotten The Somers Record – Page 3
Gone e Somers community said goodbye to
Somers Police Lt. Robert Stanton on July 24.
Police from the tri-state area turned out to give
Stanton a proper send o . e motorcade of po-
lice vehicles and motorcycles escorted the Stanton
family from St. Joseph’s Church, by his home in
Lake Linconldale and to the Ivandell Cemetery.
Stanton died July 18, shortly after his 78th birth-
day and his 50th wedding anniversary.
A police helicopter ﬂew
over after the funeral.
PHOTO: EMRIN LECLAIR
PHOTO: COREY PHOTO: EMRIN LECLAIR
Police lined Route 202. The funeral was held at St.
Josph’s Church in Somers.
Helga Stanton, Corinne
Stanton, Janine Lamb
and Robert Stanton Jr. at
PHOTO: EMRIN LECLAIR
PHOTO: COREY PHOTO: COREY
The New York State Police and Mount Vernon Police were among the dozens of An American Flag hung over Route 202 while the police motorcade drove by.
departments that provided an escort for Somers Police Lt. Robert Stanton.
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FROM PAGE 1
After calling the vets to the front, Mor- VFW Post 8213 receives a proclamation from the town board on July 11 for its service. PHOTO COURTESY OF TIM MCARDLE
rissey said “if it weren’t for you gentlemen,
we wouldn’t be standing here now.” emotion. (faced) injury. ey served on the land, stamps so they could show their patriotic
feelings. ey were all united together by
According to the proclamation, Somers “As I stand here to receive these honors, they served on the sea, they served in the the love of their country.”
is “indeed fortunate to be the home of
many veterans that have served our coun- I do not take them for myself but for the air. ey also served in the great cities and McArdle then asked for a moment of
try with valor and distinction.” silence while he read the names of depart-
millions of men and women who served to the deep jungles. ey served in factories ed members.
According to the proclamation the
town bestowed on Post 8213, the group protect us,” he said. and on the farms. e school kids col-
“has been active in ful lling the needs of
both veterans and the community, includ- “ ey put their lives in danger and lected metal salvage and bought savings
ing the hosting of annual events, such as
the Memorial Day and Veterans Day cer-
emonies and parades and the POW/MIA
It has “shown support and dedication to
our country by lining the roads every year
with American ags, handling the Ameri-
can ag drop boxes, properly disposing
of worn ags, and participating in schol-
arship programs, award ceremonies and
community outreach programs.”
e town is, the proclamation read, “ex-
tremely grateful and appreciative” to the
Morrissey commended Past Com-
mander Timothy McArdle “for his service
to our country and all involved with the
“It’s with a heavy heart that we say fare-
well to this ne group of veterans,” the
e town declared Friday, July 12, as
Somers Veterans of Foreign Wars Day.
After the presentation, Past Judge Ad-
vocate Nick DeLucia spoke with great
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Local governments see beneﬁts under Property Taxpayers Protection Act
Westchester County Execu- nancial management that the • Directing the Departments burden on the County’s prop- increases for many residents and
tive George Latimer announced county taxpayers deserve,” Co- of Budget and Finance that erty taxpayers. is tax freeze taxpayers from the new Federal
recently a series of actions in re- vill said. county property taxes through- will help address the expected Tax Plan.”
sponse to Gov. Andrew Cuomo Latimer announced a number out the county will be frozen for NEW YORK NOW PROTECTS THE RIGHTS
OF VICTIMS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
signing the Westchester County of actions at the press confer- two years ( scal year 2020 and
Property Taxpayer Protection ence, including: scal year 2021); and
Act. • Signing of an Executive Or- • Announcing that of the If you were previously a victim of child sexual abuse,
e announcement came der to prohibit the county from nearly $70 million dollars col- The New York Child Victims Act temporarily allows you to revive your claim.
independently selling county lected, 20 percent will go to local
during a press conference with parkland that is over 2 acres; municipalities and 10 percent to There is a limited time to file a case; do not delay in contacting us.
nearly 60 elected o cials, gov- the school districts. GREENBERG, MARIA, GREENBERG & ASSOCIATES
ernment leaders and school dis- • Announcement that budget
trict leaders and advocates from amendments will be introduced “ is is the end of one-shot ONLY PROSECUTES SEXUAL ABUSE CASES
both sides of the aisle. to stop the sale of county park- revenues and borrowing for op- Our firm will file your claim anonymously
to protect your privacy.
e Act allows for freezing ing lots; erating costs,” Latimer said. “We
property taxes for the next two • Moving $5 million dollars to now have a creative source of CALL (833) VICTIM 9 • (833) 842-8469
years, scal year 2020 and Fis- the county’s reserve fund; revenue that is not an additional
cal 2021; allocates 30 percent of
new revenues to local govern-
ments and school districts to as-
sist their budgets and tax relief
e orts; ensure an annual increase
in the county’s reserve fund, as
well as end reliance on one-shot
revenues and borrowing for op- When it comes to cardiac expertise,
erating costs; and create sales tax
parity across all of Westchester’s there’s strength in numbers.
communities, bringing the rate
in line with other counties in-
cluding Rockland and Putnam,
and other cities including White
Plains, Mount Vernon and New
e new countywide standard
rate of 8 3/8 percent would still
be lower than that in e ect in
Yonkers, New York City, Nassau
and Su olk Counties.
e additional 1 percent in
sales tax is estimated to bring in
about $140 million/year in new
revenue, 20 percent of which
will be shared with the local mu-
nicipalities and 10 percent with
the school districts. In exchange
for this Act, Latimer has com-
mitted to maintain the county
property tax levy for scal year
2020 and 2021 at the same level
as this year, scal year 2019. is
tax freeze will help address the
expected increases for many
residents and taxpayers from the
new Federal Tax Plan, which
eliminates all but $10,000 in
state and local tax exemptions
In Somers, the projected 2019 Aarti Campo, Anthony Messina, Lawrence Solomon,
additional revenue is $503,955 MD, FACC MD, FACC MD, FACC
and $1,092,913 for 2020.
is new revenue stream will At Putnam Hospital Center in Carmel, three cardiologists from The Heart Center are now
potentially allow local munici-
palities and school districts to available to see patients. Combined with an ongoing commitment to high quality service
fund needed essential services and state-of-the-art technology, there’s no need to look any further for comprehensive
while not placing the burden
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County Legislator Kitley Co- calling 845.225.5301.
vill said the new revenue will
help schools and municipalities
while stabilizing the county’s -
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Harold H. Rath OBITUARIES
Pearl Harbor but was shipped out Alzheimer’s Disease.He is survived he served for 34 years rising to the laughter made a positive impact on
for dry dock repairs just days before by his children, Donald, Bruce, and rank of Captain, retiring in 1993. all who knew him.
the December 7th attack. Judy,his daughters-in-law Lorraine Aldo was an avid golfer and long- Roch exempli ed great faith,
In 1944 he joyfully married Mary and Leigh,in addition to numerous time New York Mets’fan. loyalty to family and his church
Passerini of the Bronx while on grandchildren and great-grand- On April 28, 1957, he mar- along with a strong work ethic.
shore leave in San Francisco . After children. His beloved wife Mary ried the love of his life, Lena Pini. On July 13, his dreams of nding
the war, he attended college under predeceased him in 2016, as did his ey were inseparable and trav- eternal life with Our Savior Jesus
the GI Bill and graduated from son Russell in 2014. eled the world together. Aldo was Christ were nally realized after
Morningside College in Iowa . His Aldo Pellegrinelli the loving father of John ( Judy) of battling Lewy Body Dementia for
working career was spent as a car- Hopewell Junction, NY and Ja- over ve years.
penter and Superintendent for pub- net Fusco (Alex) of Somers, NY; Roch was born to Mary (Ro-
lic housing projects in the Bronx and devoted grandfather of Michael mano) Cappelli and Carlo Cap-
Manhattan with the NYC Housing (Emily), Michelle (Chris), Kristin pelli on December 27, 1937, and
Authority. Harold was a parishioner (Matt), Alex (Annika), Greg and lived in the Bronx, which he highly
of St. Joseph’s RC Church, a patri- Matt; as well as four great grand- prized for most of his life, moving
otic member of the Somers VFW children, Keira, Elina, Juliet and to Northern Westchester County
Harold H. Rath of Lake Lin- and American Legion, and proudly Dominick. He was predeceased by when his health demanded it.
colndale,died on July 19.He passed marched in the Memorial and Vet- his brothers, John and Louis. After his graduation from Man-
away peacefully in his home with erans’Day parades well into his 80’s. Roch Robert Cappelli hattan College, over 40 years were
family present. He was 98. Harold He was a founding member of the spent working as an electrical en-
was born in South Alton, MN, Somers Sportsman Association,and gineer for Con Edison where he
in 1921 to German immigrant as a past President of the Lake Lin- Roch Robert Cappelli (Robbie) displayed loyalty to colleagues
parents Frank Rath and Sophie colndale Property Owners’ Associa- (Rocky) was a ray of light to all and the company. Roch dedicated
Boehm Rath. He was so patriotic tion he made many improvements who knew him: loving, compas- seven more years working for the
that he tried to enlist when he was to the Clubhouse and beach. Other sionate, funny, smart, joyful, with NYC Department of Education as
only 17. He was turned away as hobbies included horseshoe compe- Aldo Pellegrinelli, 84, an 18- an enthusiasm for life and for all a substitute teacher where his sense
too young, so the day after his 18th titions—winning many medals and year resident of Somers, formerly those he met doesn’t even begin of caring and creativity in dealing
birthday he proudly joined the US trophies throughout America in of the Bronx, died peacefully on to describe him. He was a devout with challenges was admired by
Navy. He served in WWII from the Senior Olympics—along with Tuesday, July 16, 2019, at home. Catholic and showed not only his both students and colleagues.
1939 to 1945, aboard the battle- shing and camping at Truro, Cape He was born on August 13, 1934, family and friends, but even com- Roch cherished his fam-
ships Colorado, President Hoover Cod in his various motor homes. in Manhattan to the late Esterina plete strangers, what it looks like ily and leaves behind his wife Jane
and Liberty Convoy in the north Harold was a devoted family and Quirino Pellegrinelli. Aldo to live as a man of God. Many of (Koehler),four children,Eric,Brett
and south Paci c, Atlantic, and man, both to his childhood family graduated from Stuyvesant High us have been blessed by his good ( Jo-Ann), Joy (Philip) Spiegel,
Mediterranean as Armed Guard. growing up in Iowa, and to his wife School and attended Stony Brook works for which he wanted no Jed (Ginger), 7 grandchildren and
His rank was Chief Petty O cer and children in New York. He lov- University. credit. His capacity for putting brother Henry.He was preceded in
as a signalman who worked the ingly cared for his wife Mary dur- After serving two years in the himself last, helping those in need death by his parents and grandson
ags. Harold spent six months in ing her many years su ering from Army, he joined the FDNY where and ability to generate smiles and Brett Anthony.
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Warm regards Lost in New Jersey!
Did you survive the heat wave? A it from my trunk until such time as I don’t Jersey and/or New Jersey must be only light coming from my headlights
heat wave o cially occurs when need it anymore. 2.) Stay in the coolest place embedded in my mind: last week I and absolutely no road signage. I called
temperatures top 90 degrees for you can. Meaning George Clooney’s house raved about seeing e Jersey Four Roe from the car phone and shakily
three days in a row, and in Lake Como if there’s perform the Frankie announced my situ-
last weekend was so hot a spare room. 3.) Avoid Valli and e Four ation: “It is so dark
WHATWAS here, I see a building
that you could fry an egg MAN eating high-protein foods Seasons’ sensational
on the street. I’ve never
OVERBOARD like meat, which can song book. is ITHINKING? with no lights, no
fried an egg on the street create body heat during week I am going other houses or stores
because I can’t gure out RICK digestion, whereas carbo- to pull you into the RUTHANN
how to make toast on MELÉN hydrates use less energy to feelings of fear and SCHEFFER and plenty of totally
black, spooky woods.
the street to go with it. process. I hear Take Five anxiety that took Where am I, Roe?”
But I remember when chocolate bars are harm- hold of me on a trip “Tee Tee, I have no
I was a kid one of my ful during a heat wave, so to New Jersey. idea where you are!
friends told me to take a magnifying glass dispose of them properly by sending them It was shortly after Art had passed How did you get there?”
and hold it up to the sun. I couldn’t believe to Rick Melén, care of the Somers Record. away and I was on my way to spend “I was so busy singing with the
how big the sun looked, but then my eye 4.) Drink plenty of uids, even if you’re not the weekend with my sister, Roe, and Eagles that I whizzed right by the exit!
started to get really hot. thirsty. is is a great reason to stop at the her two golden retrievers. I was look- I’m going to turn around and go up
e Heat Index is a statistic that measures liquor store on your way to the heat wave. 5.) ing forward to spending quality time this road to my left and see if there is
temperature plus humidity in the shade, and Avoid alcoholic beverages. Wow, didn’t see with her and taking a break from life any civilization.”
it’s found right next to the Heat Bibliogra- that coming, so thank goodness tip number and sadness here in New York. It was “Be careful, Tee Tee. I don’t like
phy. Americans love statistics, it’s true. It’s es- 5 falls after tip number 4. late afternoon and I had an almost this!” Neither did I, little sister.
timated that 54.7 percent of Americans over Why don’t you go jump in a lake? Well two-hour ride ahead of me. My As I carefully drove up the road,
the age of 2.3 love statistics. I just estimated I’ll tell you why: It’s because several lakes in Chrysler 300 was waxed and shining, my heart was pounding and I had
it myself based on my knowledge of Ameri- our area have sustained algae blooms that gassed up and packed: suitcase, a few di culty catching my breath; what
cans under the age of 2.3. have resulted in high counts of dangerous doggie toys for Sprocket and Sierra if someone came out of the darkness
When it gets this hot you should be bacteria. is is a phenomenon that hap- and a fresh cup of co ee. I could and began following me or even tried
aware of the warning symptoms of heat pens periodically when there is a lot of rain- stack three CDs at a time—can’t do to break into my car; what if my car
stroke, which include dizziness, rapid heart- fall and hot weather, and the bacteria get so that in new cars of today—so I loaded broke down...I was frightened out of
beat, disorientation and rapid breathing. hot that they decide to skinny-dip in the my favorites: Eagles, Bee Gees and my mind! Believe me, I was a strong
Unfortunately these are also the warning lake. 20,000 cells per milliliter is considered complete set of Phantom of the Opera. candidate for an anxiety attack.
signs of falling in love, according to most safe, but I like to take a microscope swim- ere was plenty of music for the Suddenly I saw light ahead and
songs written in the 1950s. So learn to tell ming with me and check it out for myself. round trip. I was all set! came to a fork in the road. Appearing
the di erence, and don’t date anyone who’s I counted 18,764 cells and then somebody Being a Friday afternoon, the tra c like a gift from the Travel God was a
really HOT during a heat wave unless you yelled “RICK! Your paramecium is show- on the Turnpike was heavy but moving sign: “Jamesberg.” Roe had lived there
have your a airs in order. ing!” and I lost count and had to start over. well. I was wheeling right along to- before moving to Spotswood. I relayed
It can be a serious situation, so I’m o er- e DEP said that there were 212,000 ward the New Brunswick exit, singing the information and the name of the
ing some important tips to stay safe during cyanobacteria cells per milliliter in Green- along with the Eagles’ “Lyin’ Eyes.” Of road.
this sweltering weather. 1.) Avoid strenuous wood Lake recently, and even the bacteria course you know what happened next: “Okay, I know where you are and I’ll
activity, which includes basically anything were complaining that it was unsafe. Yep, I sped right past the exit!! get you to my place—I’ll have a fresh
your wife tells you to do. Reschedule arduous My friends went to the beach on that I don’t remember the next exit— pot of co ee waiting!” I think I settled
tasks such as taking out the garbage until hot, hot Saturday, and I’m not sure I would I’d never gone further than the New for something stronger when I nally
conditions are more favorable, such as your even want to go when it’s that hot. You’ll Brunswick exit where I’d then travel to arrived!
wife doing it herself. I ordered a new air singe out there, so you literally HAVE Spotswood where Roe lived. It took me “Tee Tee, you never do stu like this!”
conditioner for the heat wave, but the thing SEE MELEN PAGE 15 a while to get o the Turnpike and after “Oh, you are so right! Just blame it
weighs a ton, so I’m postponing removing
a few turns, I was in total darkness, the on the Eagles!”
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A day at the beach
BY DIANA RICHTER “Yes. Check the fridge for We piled into the Dodge I trusted my older son to have of the day ensconced alongside
GUEST COLUMNIST lunch stu .” Caravan along with a variety of found the stash of extra towels in gently lapping saltwater, listening
beach toys, some in atable, others the linen closet. e storage space to the cries of gulls, the laughter
“Hey, quick question, “Have you got ice? Beer? already in ated, making reliance was a luxury we had included in of grandchildren, and the remote
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the big towels?” as we bumped down the dirt road Cape Cod vacation home. someone’s down-beach digital
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“Seven. Where do you keep the “How about beach chairs?” beach towels for ourselves, while the stu crammed into the van cautiously, swam bravely, tossed
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RICHTER Re ective summer days on Cape Cod
FROM PAGE 12 BY HANS HALLUNDBAEK witness schools of sh being chased by seals or dol-
GUEST COLUMNIST phins; and in recent years White Sharks have been
of burgers on the grill, when our youngest grandson asked, observed in these waters hunting seals and maybe even
pointing out to sea,“Isn’t that lightning over there?” My wife and I live busy lives, and enjoy our annual a wayward tourist not observing the plentiful warning
two week vacation on Cape Cod; always late June and signs.
Yes, it was. e sky was black with storm clouds, and for thirty years in the same cottage in the small shing
those lightning ashes were not kidding. village and art colony of Well eet , twelve miles south After a morning watching such busy activities on
of Provincetown. the harbor pier, we retire to the local harbor restaurant
“I think we’ll have time to nish up here,” said Joe, for lunch where for appetizers we share twelve of the
ipping a burger. We have plenty of excitement in our daily lives, so world famous Well eet oysters, served raw and so fresh
But he didn’t have time to put that burger on a pa- our time o is for smelling the roses, of which there are they shimmer when you squeeze lemon on them.
per plate. Suddenly, we were deluged. A mad scramble a multitude on the Cape, and for enjoying each other’s
ensued. Coals were doused without a problem. But then company in simple activities, such a watching the tide As we enjoy these delicacies we once again marvel
came the task of gathering up everything that we had go in and out of Well eet bay. at the phenomenon of the tide which every six hours
brought with us, carrying it to the van, and getting it all moves water back and forth not only in Well eet Bay,
home before we all were soaked to the skin. e regular tide at Well eet harbor is about twelve but in all the bays and oceans around the globe, and all
No such luck. We dragged into the cottage, vying for feet, and even higher at full moon. In a shing harbor caused by the unseen gravitational draw of our friendly
hot showers. e boys helped put away whatever wasn’t like Well eet, time is measured not in regular clock- celestial side-kick, the Moon. Moving these enor-
waterlogged. terms, but in relation to when the tide is in, and when mous quantities of water twenty-four-seven and since
the tide is out. time immemorial represents a huge, accessible energy
ey pulled stu out of canvas bags and from under source, which when harnessed, together with solar and
the seats of the van, most of it sopping wet. But amaz- Before full tide, the shing boats will sit high in the wind power can ful ll the planet’s energy need for
ingly, a couple of items had never made it to the beach, water on the harbor dock getting readied to go out to centuries to come.
and were bone dry, with sunny warmth will clinging to sea. However, six hours later, when they have returned
their texture. with the catch of the day, you will have to lean over the After such lofty re ections we feel another draw;
edge to see them as they sit in the mud on the exposed that of a genuine French bakery and restaurant, the
Our younger son held up two of them. harbor bottom. at is also where crabs and other Boulangerie Bistro on Route 6 in South Well eet.
“Hey, quick question,” he said. “Where do you keep the crawling creature have a busy time on the sea oor, Soon we nd ourselves comfortably seated in their
big towels?” while seagulls have food orgies at their expense.
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HALLUNDBAEK climate; so as the local saying goes, “if you to seek a better future in the new-found However, the celestial display is not over.
don’t like the weather right now, just wait Promised Land of America. I always tease Much to our surprise and delight the night
FROM PAGE 14 twenty minutes.” my wife that if on a clear day we stand happens to be the time of the full moon.
on our toes, we can almost see my home As we turn around towards the east, the
outdoor café sipping dark co ee and eat- Now it is time to go to the majestic country Denmark way in the distance. Moon in its own majestic way rises slowly
ing almond croissants as only the French ocean side of the Cape. We always choose out of the salty sea. It is not only a beauti-
can make them, and of course bulked the Marconi site. It is the location of the Since it is already late in the day, we de- ful and romantic sight but a tting closure
up thirty percent to t American calorie transmission of the rst wireless transat- cide to stay for sunset at the Marconi site, to this year’s vacation.
needs. In a cosmopolitan feeling of being lantic message in 1903, the beginning of which o ers an unobstructed view of the
instantly transported to a Parisian boule- our modern communication and informa- western horizon; and the wait is rewarded It can also be seen as a silent promise
vard sidewalk café, we jokingly exchange tion systems. with a spectacular color display as the sun that the cosmic reality of sun, moon and
the eight or so French phrases we can slowly and majestically dips into the hori- gravitational tides will be available again
recall. Here, high on the blu more than one zon. Primordial stillness settles upon us as next year and a thousand years from now.
hundred feet above sea level, we stare in light turns to dusk and a late seagull rushes May this be true also for our grandchildren
And how about the weather? Well, awe and gratitude at the vast North Atlan- north along the beach. and their grandchildren.
Cape Cod has a changeable coastal tic Ocean from where our forbearers came
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FROM PAGE 10 Helen Keller of sharks to win this ght and then I’ll AT MAHOPAC CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
have to trash-talk to him in Braille.
to go in the water, and then what if there’s a shark we are seeking candidates
sighting or something? I read somewhere that the Even if I survive the shark attack, what about a for a maintenance mechanic
odds of you being attacked by a shark are one in 3.8 riptide? All of a sudden, me AND the shark are be-
million, so I wouldn’t stress about it. But the odds ing pulled downshore by a dangerous cross current. I This work involves a variety of building maintenance and repair tasks
go up dramatically if you actually ARE being at- know that you’re supposed to swim PARALLEL to of a skilled nature, including maintenance and repair work requiring
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on the beach, and the sharks are out there snicker- betting the shark does not know. So I trick him into knowledge of standard building trades, specifically carpentry.
ing because they know I’m gonna have to come in swimming perpendicular to the shore, and he gets Four years experience in either general building construction or maintenance work
sooner or later. So now I’m trying to remember how sucked down into the deep blue sea and drowns, and which included work in one or more of the standard trades, specifically carpentry.
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The chicken coop that became the Somers Library
e following is from the Somers Ralph Waldo Emerson became PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SOMERS HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Historical Society: one of the library’s rst patrons.
Consequently a portion of the Somers Library in the former Cobblers Shop 1896 to 1963
It all began in 1727, when original private collection of
21-year-old Benjamin Frank- Ralph Waldo Emerson was giv-
lin and others started a pri- en to the new Somers Library.
vate membership library. With
membership or subscription you When Ruth ompkins
could take out a book. Eventu- founded the library in 1875,
ally in 1834, the New York Sec- it consisted of a shelf of books
retary of State had proposed a li- on the second oor of District
brary model that would pave the Schoolhouse #2, which was lo-
way for the rst public library cated where Ivandell Cemetary
system. is now. But in the early 1880s
the library moved to a converted
In 1835 there were about 500 chicken coop across the street
libraries in the entire United from the schoolhouse where it
States but that number grew remained for 14 years.
rapidly to over 2,200 libraries in
1874 as book production and in- In 1896,the library outgrew its
terest increased. chicken coop and moved to the
former cobblers shop just across
In 1874, Ralph Waldo Em- the way on Purdys Road near
erson, a famous poet, philoso- the fork with the North Somers
pher, and essayist passed away Turnpike, Routes 202 and 116.
in Concord, Massachusetts. It remained in its new home
As fate would have it, Somers for 67 years until in 1963, when
native Ruth ompkins, who needing more room, it moved
would found the Somers Library to a house next door where it
in 1875, had a sister Susan who
married the nephew of Ralph SEE HISTORICAL
Waldo Emerson. rough them, PROFILE PAGE 17
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PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SOMERS HISTORICAL SOCIETY Just Listed!
Somers Library built in 1982 in Reis Park
FROM PAGE 16
remained until 1982. e former building was turned into a thrift shop called the
“Somers Trunk” to help support the library.
A prominent Somers Resident, Carolyn Wright-Reis, was a shareholder of the li-
brary and was devoted to it throughout her life. She willed her family farm on Prim-
rose Street to the Town of Somers in 1968.
So in 1982, the Town of Somers was able to build the wonderful, modern Somers
Library on the lower acres of the Reis property, now developed as Reis Park. With its
community rooms, internet access, children’s corner, and so much more the Somers
Library is a special place.
Today there are around 116,000 private, public, school, university, military, and cor-
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LIBRARY Participants will receive one free lead by Jo Ann Francella, a coum-
FROM PAGE 8
book for registering (while sup- nist for e Somers Record, and
plies last.) Kathy Neggers, a published au-
Folding easel, Fixative spray/hair- • Put an ‘X’ through each com- thor. Space is limited.
spray. A $30.00 fee, payable to the pleted square on the game card. Moon Landing Movie Mania:
instructor Judika Lieberman, is Try to get a ‘Bingo’ by completing Space Movies to Celebrate the
due the rst day of class. a full row in any direction. Keep 50th Anniversary of the Moon
Teen Dungeons & Dragons track of all the books you have Landing this Summer at the
Club (D&D). Saturdays, 8/3, read, etc. on the back of the game Somers Library - Fridays: August
noon to 2:30 p.m. Join us to play card. 2 from 12:00 pm—2:30 pm
Dungeons & Dragons this sum- • All game cards must be re- • August 2: For All Mankind
mer! Familiarity with Dungeons turned on or before Wednesday, (NR) - is masterful 1989 docu-
and Dragons is encouraged. August 28. mentary took all of the footage
Grades 6 and up. • Once you have completed and from the Apollo missions and
Book Bingo for Adults this turned in your game card, you will whittled it down to less than two
Summer at the Somers Library: be entered into a ra e to win one hours. It’s narrated only by re-
Have fun, try something di erent, of 10 drawing prizes.* cordings of the astronaut’s voices
and join with children and teens *Ra e Prizes - ere will be 10 (Buzz Aldrin can be heard say-
in summer reading. Who knows... ra e winners chosen for gift bags ing, “We came in peace for all of
you might be a lucky winner! Back that include gift cards, books and mankind”) and mission control,
by popular demand! Book Bingo other gifts! layered with music by Brian Eno.
for Adults, an adult summer read- Summer Writers’ Group. ese movies are intended for joined forces in 2006 to become ated by 21 ber artists who made
a separate piece for each letter of
ing challenge! Mondays, 8/5, 12, 19 & 26, 10:30 adults, however, teens and chil- Fiber Art North East, the group the alphabet. A coloring book
with a drawing of each piece has
• Fill out a registration form am to noon. Join us at the Somers dren over 10 are welcome with an known FANE. We meet on a been published and will be for sale
at the exhibit.
and give to the reference librarian. Library for a writing class for all adult. monthly basis to exchange infor-
Hot Summer Color Drop-In
Make sure to include your Somers levels where participants can be Art Exhibit: Fiber Arts North mation and ideas about ber art Art. Mondays, 8/5, 12, 19 & 26,
10:30 am - 12:30 pm. Join us for
Library card number. creative and share their e orts East (FANE). August 1 - 31, and to plan projects which we ex- creative time - the summer is hot,
so let’s create Hot ART! Bring
• Receive a game card to take in class. Each week writers will during library hours. Reception: hibit in various venues. We learn your watercolors, your acrylic
paints, liquid pouring paints and
home and keep until you have have their creativity challenged August 3rd, 12-2 pm. Fiber artists from and inspire one another. e let’s sizzle! is class o ers you a
multi-media opportunity to work
completed your Book Bingo card. in di erent ways. e class will be from New York and Connecticut exhibit, “Alphabetica”, was cre- in any medium you fancy. Our
local artist and instructor Judika
Add Value Lieberman is well versed in all
to Your Home disciplines and will demonstrate
them. Be you novice or expert, all
When we’re done, there is nothing left to do. are welcome! Bring your supplies
for the rst class: Canvases, paper,
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Somers Library Book Club.
We specialize in targeted home improvements — both big and small — Tuesdays, 8/13, 9/3, 10/22, 11/12
& 12/10, 6:30 - 8:00 pm. is
to maximize your home’s value,comfort and beauty. Somers Library sponsored book
club will be led by Diana Cun-
Licensed & Insured • Local References • Brewster, NY • 845-216-1955 • 845-279-6977 • [email protected] ningham, who will select the
books to be discussed at each
meeting. e titles will be mostly
ction, but could also be non-
ction or biographical. e titles
will be chosen in consultation
with the Somers adult reference
library, Tara Ferretti. e books
will be based on currency, not on
best-seller lists, not new and varied
in terms of type and format, and
substantive or suitable for discus-
sions. e coordinator will use
the following format at the meet-
ing: 1. Summary/overview of the
story 2. Something about the
author 3. Characters 4. emes
5. Discussion questions 6. Solicits
feedback, rating of the book and
author’s work. Any Somers library
user can register/attend. Copies
will be reserved for club members.
e August title is Circe, by Mad-
eline Miller. Space is limited to 20
people and registration is required;
please register online at www.
somerslibrary.org or call 914-232-
5717. Please include your email
address in your registration.
Thursday, August 1, 2019 The Somers Record – Page 21
New York makes cat declawing illegal
BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER (R-Lyons) said he could not sup- Assemblyman Michael
port the bill because it did not pro- DenDekker (D-Jackson Heights)
vide for enough exceptions, such said cat owners who are concerned
E ective immediately, cat de- as people with medical issues who about their furniture “should may-
clawing is now illegal in New York might be on blood thinners. be not have a cat.”
State. Veterinarians, he said, “totally “In fact, I prefer that you don’t
On Monday, July 22, Gov. An- discourage declawing as much as have a cat,” DenDekker said. “Be-
drew Cuomo signed the bill into they possibly can. But at the same cause obviously, you don’t under-
law, making New York the rst time,there are times when it is rec- stand how a cat operates. If you’re
state in the nation to ban the prac- ommended to do.” lucky enough, you get to live in
tice. Declawing should be allowed, their house after you bring them
“Declawing is a cruel and pain- he said, when the only alternatives in. ey will tell you what you are
ful procedure that can create are abandonment or euthanasia. allowed to do and when you are al-
physical and behavioral problems “While medical literature does lowed to do it.”
for helpless animals, and today it not recommend declawing in all e bill passed through both
stops,” Cuomo said in a statement. circumstances in practice,” Mank- the Assembly and Senate on June
“By banning this archaic practice, telow said, “some doctors will not 4. It was signed on July 22 by Gov.
we will ensure that animals are take the risk with their patients’ Cuomo.
no longer subjected to these in- health or order the patient to re- Both Sen. Pete Harckham PHOTO: JODI WEINBERGER
humane and unnecessary proce- move the cats with claws from (D-South Salem) and Assembly-
dures.” their home.” man David Buchwald (D-White Chief, owned by The Somers Record editor Jodi Weinberger, supports
Plains) voted to support it. New York's law banning cat declawing. Find Chief on Instagram,
e bill (S.5532B) makes cat Rosenthal said the only legiti- @the.chief_squeaks.
declawing illegal “except when mate reason to remove a cat’s claws Assemblyman Charles Levine
necessary for therapeutic purposes” is for the sake of its own health. (D-Glen Gove) said he is proud sides in the “big litter box in the this bill,” Levine said. “ is is a
for the cat, Linda Rosenthal (D- “Declawing is a barbaric, inhu- to stand in support of New York’s sky.” major step for us as human beings
Manhattan), the bill’s co-sponsor mane guillotining up to the rst four-legged friends, including his “But I’m sure that Mr. Kitty and a major step for the state of
in the Assembly, said before cast- knuckle,” Rosenthal said. “It leaves own cat, Mr. Kitty, who now re- would be very, very pleased with New York.”
ing her vote on June 4. bone shards, it leaves pain within
“It’s inhumane. It’s barbaric. It is what’s left. It leaves phantom pain. BUSINESS OWNERS:
unnecessary,” Rosenthal said. “It is It leaves cats with a painful road
done for the vanity and the protec- for the rest of their lives.”
tion of a human’s couch or furni-
Declawing cats leaves them vul-
ture. I don’t think any of that is a nerable to attacks and “ruins them
good idea to foist on a cat.” psychologically,” said Assembly-
O ering a dissenting opinion, man Joseph Lentol (D-North 401 LSLCHCOORRSPA?
Assemblyman Brian Manktelow Brooklyn).
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Adult services are through the vices are for ages 60 and up. interest. Additional information ups can be taken at weekly meet- ternate Tuesday run to the Li-
Van Tassell House in Somers. For Trips and events can be obtained by calling Don ing site: Wednesdays at Amawalk brary. Door to door.
more information, contact pro- for Somers seniors
gram director Barbara Taberer Belmont at 914-485-1960 F.D. at noon, or thereafter by con- Activities and Trips
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Mail checks to Somers Parks tacting Don at 914-485-1960, be-
and Recreation, P.O. Box 46, tween 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Mon-
somersny.com. You can also visit Seniors can participate in regu- Somers N.Y. 10589 day through Friday. Water Color Class: Join Diana
Somersny.com or on Facebook at larly scheduled day trips and over- Sign-up for the upcoming trips Upcoming trips and Janet every Wednesday from
Somers Senior Services. All ser- night trips to cultural points of begins July 10. Checks and sign- August 6 at Foxwood Casino, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free.
our one time per year trip. Depart Exercise Classes: 10:45 a.m.
at upper Reis at 8 a.m. return at Monday is exercise and music with
6 p.m. e cost is $30 per person Lori. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesdays
with lunch compensation package is music and dance with Richard;
of $35 (free bu et and $10 slot 12:30-1:30 p.m. Tuesdays is work-
play). Checks payable to Somers out with Lori; 10:45 a.m.Wednes-
Seniors. days is body movement with Lori;
Highlight September 14 NYC eatre 12:30-1:30 p.m. Fridays is strength
Trip,“Tootsie”at the Marquis e- and balance with Lori.
atre. is is an award winning mu- Line Dancing with Richard.
sical. e ticket includes orchestra Tuesdays 10:30-11:30 a.m. Rich-
seating and lunch (NYC restau- ard Barnett has been leading
Your Natural rant TBA, awaiting contract). Bus group music and dance classes
transportation, tax/tips included. in Westchester for over 20 years.
$175 per person, make checks Line dancing! Beginners welcome
payable to Somers Seniors by July as well as more seasoned dancers,
19. We will depart/return to, from singles and couples welcome, or
Beauty Somers Town House 335 Rte.202. maybe you’d like to join us…have
Chair Yoga a seat, listen to the music and en-
joy the dancing. Lunch is available
following the class.
Bene ts include improving Mah Jong Wednesdays 12:30
exibility and balance, builds p.m. We have beginner tables and
strength, and increases muscle tables for more advanced players.
tone. Mondays through August Tile sets are available.
6 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. at the Card Games, speakers, holi-
Somers Adult Program Center, day parties and Wii: Monday
98 Primrose Street. through Friday
Nutrition Book Club: 12:30 p.m. last
Monday of the month. With the
assistance of the Somers Library a
Meals on Wheels: if you are monthly selection will be assigned
having trouble preparing meals or and distributed to members. Do
getting out to shop, we can help not hesitate to be critical or forth-
out by delivering a hot meal to your coming about your thoughts. We
home. $2.00 donation suggested. are here to share, listen and enjoy.
Lunch at Van Tassell House: Bridge 10 a.m. Tuesdays and
a hot meal is served Monday ursdays. e club welcomes
Actual through Friday at noon. $2.00 new players.
donation. Activities and outings Shopping trips for
available to all. Transportation is
available to those in need. July/August/
The Hair Wharf Transportation September
Wheelchair accessible vans are Call 914-232-0807 for trans-
available for transport to all des- portation.
Medical Appointments: 5 Target
914-232-7271 Transportation to medical, den- 2 Decicco’s
tal and physical therapy appoint- 9 Tops
ments is available on Tuesdays, 12 Walmart
Salon Hours: Tues-Fri: 10-5, Thurs: 10-8, Wednesdays and ursdays be- 16 Stop & Shop
tween the hours of 10 a.m. and 19 Danbury Mall
Kerry, Lesli, Madi Sat: 9:30-4, Sun: 10-12 (By Appt. Only), 3 p.m. for Somers adults who are 23 Turcos
Closed Mon. unable to drive. Door to door. $5 26 JV mall
round trip fee 30 Shoprite
Shopping: Mondays trans- September
20 Valley Road | Katonah | NY 10536 portation is available to clothing/ 2 Holiday-closed
gift shopping plazas including 6 Trader Joes
JV Mall and the Danbury Mall, 9 Target
Looking for a Hairdresser to Join our Team Christmas Tree; Fridays transpor- 13 DeCicco’s
tation to area grocery stores. Des- 16 Danbury Mall
We are looking for a motivated & talented licensed stylist with a following tinations include Turco’s, Stew 20 Stew Leonards
to join our team. If you are interested, contact us at 914-232-7271. Leonard’s and Stop and Shop, 23 Dollar Store
Shoprite, Door to door. 27 Shoprite
Library: Hop aboard our al- 30 Christmas Tree Shop
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Rising senior has played soccer all his life
Drew Lasher is a forward and soccer player that I can be. And like an eagle or zipping
striker on the varsity soccer team. no matter what, after every game through tra c like e
He has been on the varsity team he always tells me “he loves me.” Flash. I would be able to
since his sophomore year. see and travel the world
Tell us one thing about and there would be no
How old were you when you yourself that not a lot of people waiting and I could get
started playing soccer and what know. to places quickly.
got you started?
I lived in Japan for 3 1/2 years If you could pick
To be honest, I never knew where I started my formal soccer one place to visit on
a time when I wasn’t playing training with the British Futbol vacation that you’ve
soccer. When I look back at Academy. never been to, where
pictures growing up, there was would you go and why?
never a photo where I didn’t have Do you plan on continuing
a ball in my hand or at my feet. playing soccer in college? I have been fortunate
enough to hit many
What is your favorite thing Yes, I really enjoy the sport and beaches around the world
about being on the soccer team? I would love to continue to play from Bali, to Australia
at the collegiate level. and good old New Jersey,
e camaraderie with my but the place I would
teammates and our passion to Do you know what you want like to go is Bora Bora
come together and ght for a win to study in college? If yes, what because it’s someplace
each game. are you planning on studying new and I would want to
and why? check out the turquoise
What is your favorite team waters and explore the
activity or pre-game or post- I am not sure exactly what I coral reef.
game ritual that you share with want to study in college, but I am
your teammates? What about a looking to do something with What is your favorite FILE PHOTO/ ROB DIANTONIO
personal pre-meet or post-meet business and computer science. food to eat before or
ritual? after a soccer game? athletes and better people.
Who is your favorite
What I like about the pre- professional athlete and pro (or Post game, I like When you’re on a team, you
game ritual is that the night college sports) team? coming home to dive automatically have a group of
before every game the team gets into my mom’s meatloaf friends that you can hang with
together for team dinner. We eat, Brett Gardner, because he’s or chicken cutlets and if as well as if you are in need of
we chill and we get our mind set a leader in every sense of the I’m lucky there’s a batch anything. You can always go to
ready for the game the next day. word and his work ethic and of Rice Krispie Treats one another for help whether
determination are things I try to waiting for me too. it involves soccer, school, or any
en post-game, win or lose, we emulate. As for my favorite team, other issues. I am grateful for
come together and discuss what it has to be the N. Y. Rangers. Go Best place to eat in Somers What would you tell other having this experience with all of
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improve upon. the district about the experience importantly my family that has
What is your favorite music to My pre-game ritual is eating of being part of the soccer team? always been there to support me.
Who has been your biggest listen to warming up for a game? a chicken cutlet with hot sauce Why should they go out for the
role model over the years and on a wedge and there is no better team?
what have you learned from I like all types of music. Every place to get it than the Somers
them? year the locker room dynamics Super Deli. I have them on I would tell young athletes
change. is year it looks like its speed dial. that being a part of the soccer
My biggest role model over going to be rap and I’m down team is an awesome experience.
the years would be my dad. He with that. What is your favorite social Playing a sport is a privilege and
coached me when I was little media? Why? the friendships you make are
and taught me that there is no If you could have one life lasting and your soccer team
substitute for hard work, hustle superpower, what would it be Instagram, because I can see becomes your family. We push
and following your heart. He and why? all di erent pictures/videos that each other to become better
hasn’t stopped pushing me to my friends and family post.
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Somers 12U team tops Ossining,
NY Silverbacks in playoffs
Somers 12-and-under baseball team, the to beat the fourth-seeded NY Silverbacks
Red Storm, defeated the visiting Ossining East 8-2 in the quarter nals at Navajo Field
River Monsters 7-0 in the opening round of (Yorktown) on July 28.
the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League
playo s on July 25 at Van Tassell Field. SEE BASEBALL PAGE 26
e fth-seeded Red Storm then went on
Brady Leitner locks in on a pitch. PHOTOS: ROB DIANTONIIO
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CLUES ACROSS baseball 42. Parrots 19. Assaults For puzzle solutions, please see
1. Cash dispenser 23. Swiss river 43. Midway between 20. Paddle theparamountrehab.com
4. Air pollution 24. 2K pounds south and southeast 23.Types of photos
8. Illegal seizure 25. Domesticated animal 24. Dorothy’s friend
10. Shop 26. Surrounds the Earth CLUES DOWN was made of this
11. Besides 27. Legendary actress 1. Vinegary 25. Soirees
12. Spanish dish 34. Seattle ballplayer 2. Ohio town 26. Scottish port
13. Protective covering of 35. Bluish greens 3. Bivalve mollusk 27. Percussion
seeds 36. Carrying of a boat 4.Type of hat instrument
15. Greedy eater 37. Having a particular 5. Liqueﬁed by heat 28. Auto industry
16. Existing only in the shape 6. Synthetic acrylic ﬁber icon Iacocca
mind 38.Takes advantage of 7. Wild or sweet cherry 29.Type of drug
17. Make rough 39.The Destroyer (Hindu) 9. Flower segment 30. Historic city in
18. Cooperation 40. Basmati and saffron 10. Lizard-like Germany
21. A way to consume are two 12. What politicians stand 31. Animal disease
22. Strike out a batter in 41. Leak slowly through on 32. Some like them
14. Pie _ __ 33. Get away
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15. Indian city 36. Where ballgames
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PLLC FORMATION NOTICE 4/4/2019. County: Westchester. the Town Hall, 335 Route 202, the boundaries of the proposed NOW, on motion of
SSNY designated agent upon Somers, New York in the Town extension and a general plan of Supervisor Morrissey, seconded
ZVI S. Weisstuch MD, PLLC, whom process against may be of Somers, Westchester County, the sewer system connection, and by Councilman Faulkner, it is
Arts of Org. led with Sec. of served & shall mail to 575A New York, on the 11th day of hereby
State of NY (SSNY) 3/25/2019. Heritage Hills, Somers, NY July, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. WHEREAS, said map, plan
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. as 10589. General Purpose. and report have been duly led ORDERED, that the Town
agent upon whom process against P R E S E N T: in the o ce of the Town Clerk Board of the Town of Somers
may be served & shall mail LLC FORMATION NOTICE Hon. Rick Morrissey of said Town and are available for shall meet and hold a public
process to ZVI S. Weisstuch, 426 Anthony Cirieco public inspection during normal hearing at the Somers Middle
Center St., Westbury, NY 11590: Stara Green Properties LLC, William Faulkner business hours, and School, Auditorium, 250 Route
Medicine. Articles of Org. led with the Richard Clinchy 202 in said Town on the 15th
Sec. of State of NY (SSNY) on omas Garrity WHEREAS, said map day of August, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.
LLC FORMATION NOTICE 4/4/2019. County: Westchester. ------------------------------ shows the transmission mains in that day to consider said map,
SSNY designated agent upon and appurtenant facilities to plan and report and to hear all
627 ROUTE 22 LLC, Arts whom process against may be -------------------------------- be connected to existing sewer persons interested in the subject
of Org. led with Sec. of State served & shall mail to 575A -----X mains, and thereof concerning the same and
of NY (SSNY) 6/11/2019. Cty: Heritage Hills, Somers, NY to take such action thereon as is
Westchester.SSNY desig.as agent 10589. General Purpose. In the Matter of the WHEREAS, the boundaries required or authorized by law.
upon whom process against may Establishment of the Somers of the proposed extension to said
be served & shall mail process to LLC FORMATION NOTICE Special Sewer District No. 2 in district to be known as “Somers e adoption of the foregoing
PO Box 134, Croton Falls, NY the Town of Somers, Westchester SD2” are as follows: order was duly put to vote, and on
10519. General Purpose. Notice of Formation of County, New York, pursuant to a roll call the vote was as follows:
Ambassadoor Technologies, Article 12A of the Town Law. SEE SCHEDULE A
LLC FORMATION NOTICE LLC. Art. Of Org. led with Hon. Rick Morrissey voting
SSNY on 5/31/2019. O ce ------------------------------ WHEREAS, the Aye
Stara Realty Properties LLC, Location: Westchester County. --------------------------------
Articles of Org. led with the SSNY designated as agent of ------X improvements proposed are as Anthony Cirieco voting Aye
Sec. of State of NY (SSNY) on the LLC upon whom process William Faulkner voting Aye
4/4/2019. County: Westchester. against it may be served. SSNY WHEREAS, a map, plan and set forth in the report, and Richard Clinchy voting Aye
SSNY designated agent upon shall mail process to: 4 Harris report have been prepared at the
whom process against may be Court, Baldwin Place NY. direction of the Town Board in WHEREAS, the cost of omas Garrity voting Aye
served & shall mail to 575A Purpose: any lawful purpose. such manner and in such detail as and the order was thereupon
Heritage Hills, Somers, NY has heretofore been determined the improvements, including declared duly adopted.
10589. General Purpose. ORDER CALLING by the Town Board relating to
PUBLIC HEARING the establishment of the Somers professional fees, will be paid for BY ORDER OF THE
LLC FORMATION NOTICE Special Sewer District No. 2, and TOWN BOARD
At a meeting of the Town as set forth in the Report, and
Stara East Properties LLC, Board of the Town of Somers at WHEREAS, said map, plan TOWN OF SOMERS
Articles of Org. led with the and report have been prepared WHEREAS, the maximum
Sec. of State of NY (SSNY) on by an engineer, duly licensed by Patricia Kalba, Town Clerk
the State of New York, showing amount proposed to be expended
Dated: Somers, NY
for said improvements is as
July 11, 2019
SEE LEGALS PAGE 28
Phase 1 $10,000,000.
Phase 2A (Lake Shenorock)
Phase 2B (Lake Lincolndale)
Page 28 – The Somers Record LEGAL NOTICES Thursday, August 1, 2019
LEGALS 5.19-2-13 10 LARCH DR EGNOR, RICHARD W &
FROM PAGE 27 5.19-2-76 11 JUNIPER DR WAHLERS, JOHN & FRANCES
5.19-3-20 11 LAKE SHORE DR S HOLMES, CRAIG & JANET
SCHEDULE A 5.19-2-81 12 LAKE SHORE DR N SPAZIANTE, HILLARY
5.19-3-21.5 15 LAKE SHORE DR S MOORE, JOEL WESLEY &
Lake Shenorock Phase 1 5.19-3-22 17 LAKE SHORE DR S PRIORE, ANTHONY R.
5.19-3-15 2 LAKESHORE DR S AHEARN, JOHN & GAIL
PIN Address Owner’s Name 5.19-3-13 2 LAKESHORE DR S AHEARN, JOHN & GAIL
5.19-2-85 20 LAKE SHORE DR N HICKS, ROBERT J & BETH
16.10-2-13 1 RYAN LN GRADY, FRANCIS & 5.19-2-70 22 LAKE SHORE DR N MUIR, VIRGINA
5.19-2-86 24 LAKE SHORE DR N AZAR, MARY (TRUST)
16.10-2-53 1 SHENOROCK DR MONK, MICHAEL & 5.15-3-84 3 IVY RD LAWRENCE, SUSAN
5.19-3-7 3 LAKE SHORE DR N POUSADA, JAMES E &
16.10-2-33 1 SPRING CT WEST CASSELS, WILLIAM J. 5.19-2-4 39 JUNIPER DR MILLER, HARLAN F. &
5.16-1-12 4 DAISY DR DOORISH, BRYAN & BRITTANY
16.10-3-70 10 CYPRESS LN ACEVEDO, JOSE L. & 5.15-3-83 5 IVY RD ROSENBLUTH, R. & JACOB, S
5.15-3-82 5 IVY RD ROSENBLUTH, R. & JACOB, S
16.10-2-30 10 SHENOROCK DR COELLO, CLAUDIA 5.19-2-21 5 LARCH DR DONDL, WILLIAM M &
5.16-1-16 6 LAKE SHORE DR N MILANI, KENNETH H/ANNA M.
16.10-3-55 11 FOREST LN DETZ, RICHARD A & 5.19-3-16 6 LAKE SHORE DR S FAULKNER, CHARLES R &
5.19-2-11 6 LARCH DR FRANKOLINO, TONI LEE
16.10-2-48 11 SHENOROCK DR CABRERA, WILSON & 5.19-3-11 63 LOVELL ST VAN TASSELL, JACQUELINE E
5.19-3-10 65 LOVELL ST SELLATI, JOSEPH &
16.10-3-71 12 CYPRESS LN MASTROPIETRO, NEIL & PAUL 5.19-3-9 69 LOVELL ST MC ARDLE, NORINE &
5.19-3-4 7 LAKE SHORE DR N BUTLER, JAMES M. &
16.10-3-30 12 FOREST LN WHALEN, JOHN & MAUREEN 5.19-3-84 7 LAKE SHORE DR S CLARK, SCOTT & ROBIN
5.19-3-8 71 LOVELL ST SEGARRA, EVAN L.
16.10-5-5 12 SUNSET DR OLSON, CHRISTOPHER & 5.19-3-17 8 LAKE SHORE DR S LAUER, PATRICIA
5.19-2-27 8 MYRTLE DR CAMERON, SCOTT A &
16.10-2-10 13 CYPRESS LN PETTIT, DAVID J & JEAN M 5.19-3-2 9 LAKE SHORE DR N TSIAKAROS, WILLIAM
5.19-3-19 9 LAKE SHORE DR S GEARY, EDWARD &
16.10-2-47 13 SHENOROCK DR ANGELINI, AMERICO &
16.10-5-24.2 13 SUNSET DR SEE, RALPH L &
16.10-3-72 14 CYPRESS LN GONZALEZ, WALTER &
16.10-3-31.5 14 FOREST LN BANKS, FLORENCE
16.10-2-34 14 SHENOROCK DR VACCARO, CATHERINE
16.10-5-4 14 SUNSET DR KENNY, BRIAN & MICHELLE
16.10-2-9 15 CYPRESS LN SPIRIDIGLIOZZI, LAURA B.
16.10-2-46 15 SHENOROCK DR RUGGIERO, JANINE
16.10-3-73 16 CYPRESS LN MC ARDLE, TIMOTHY &
16.10-2-35 16 SHENOROCK DR DEVINE, AMY
16.10-5-3.1 16 SUNSET DR COLAROSSI, MICHAEL
16.10-2-8 17 CYPRESS LN 17 CYPRESS LANE LLC
16.10-2-45 17 SHENOROCK DR RICCHEZZA, LUCCIANO &
16.10-3-74 18 CYPRESS LN IACONETTI, JOSEPH
16.10-3-33 18 FOREST LN MILLER, BRYAN R. &
16.10-2-36.5 18 SHENOROCK DR BACKMAN, GARY & SHARON
16.10-5-2.1 18 SUNSET DR GRAHAM, RONALD R. & Lake Shenorock Phase 2A
16.10-2-44 19 SHENOROCK DR WADE, WILLIAM A PIN Address Owner’s Name
REID, ALEXANDER JR. &
16.10-3-67 2 CYPRESS LN WIEGELMAN, WILLIAM & 16.05-2-27 1 CREST DR NORTH HOEKSTRA, JAN &
MONETTI, ADA E FAMILY
16.10-2-24 2 SHENOROCK DR MEADE, JENNIFER H & 16.14-2-30 1 DELLWORTH DR O’CONNELL, KEVIN &
ROMEO, MARIA P.
16.10-5-25 20 CARPENTER PLACE BALDWIN, EDWARD W. & 16.14-3-63 1 LAKESIDE LN JAMBOTKAR, ANIRUDDHA G &
MOROCHO, PEDRO R.
16.10-3-75 20 CYPRESS LN FULLAN, CATHLEEN B 16.05-2-17 1 NORTH PARKWAY DR CARDONA, DEIRDRE B &
FAN, GRACE RIGANO (LE)
16.10-2-43 21 SHENOROCK DR RUCK, LAWRENCE S. & 16.06-1-17 1 NORTH SHENOROCK DR LAMARUGGINE, SILVERSTRO &
THOMALEN, CHRISTOPHER &
16.10-3-48 22 CYPRESS LN BRYANT, JEFFREY 16.05-2-5 1 ORCHARD CT MANCINI, RICHARD & JOAN
MAGEE, HAROLD & ANNE
16.10-2-42 23 SHENOROCK DR GUERRERIO, JOSEPH M & 16.05-3-51 1 ORCHARD DR BLAIR, COLIN D. &
FERRARA, ERIC & NIDIA
16.10-3-1 24 CYPRESS LN JUSINO, RAYMOND & 16.05-3-1 1 OVERHILL RD CORNECK, ANNE
16.10-2-41 25 SHENOROCK DR HOCHMAN, PAUL & NORINE 16.10-5-19 1 SUNSET DR KEATING, BERNARD & ANNE
HORAFIOS, MICHAEL G
16.10-2-40 27 SHENOROCK DR CHAPMAN, LESLIE & DEBRA 16.14-3-7 1 TOMPKINS RD BAISLEY, AMY L. &
ORTH, WARREN A & LOUISE
16.10-2-39 29 SHENOROCK DR SMITH, JAMES JR & 16.09-3-2 1 WALKER DR MORVILLO, EDWARD J &
ASTROLOGO, CAMILLO & SARA
16.10-2-18 3 CYPRESS LN #N/A 16.09-3-17.1 1 WALKER DR SOUTH MOREL, RODERICK & ARLENE
LAWRENCE, STEVEN P. &
16.10-3-59 3 FOREST LN APREA, EILEEN 16.14-3-28 1 WRIGHT RD PETTIT, MICHAEL
ZAWISKI, JUDITH E.
16.10-2-12 3 RYAN LN SMITH, JEFFREY A 16.14-1-7 10 BROOKSIDE DR MC DONALD, PETER & LAURA
16.10-2-52 3 SHENOROCK DR SCORZIELLO, CAROL 16.10-5-28 10 CARPENTER PL ALBANESE, ALISON
16.10-2-32 3 SPRING CT WEST BAIA, SHERI A. 16.06-1-1 10 CREST DR NORTH JONABRI LLC
LIMA, GREGORY V & KAREN M
16.10-2-4 31 SHENOROCK DR CASHIN, JOHN M & MARY V 16.14-2-13 10 DELLWORTH POWERS, BARBARA TAYLOR
ROSAFORT, BETTY IRR TRUST
16.10-2-5 34 HILLANDALE RD BRLIANTH REALTY, LLC 16.14-2-59 10 GRIFFIN PL TILLMANN, CHRISTOPH &
SHAW, AMANDA &
16.10-2-23 37 LAKEVIEW DR COOK, GEORGE E. & 16.14-2-72 10 HORTON RD JONES, MICHAEL D. &
GAMBINO, FRED J &
16.10-3-60.5 4 FOREST LN DEVILLERS, DONNA 16.14-3-54 10 LAKESIDE LN VIGLIOTTI, ALEXANDER JR &
DOWICYAN, JOHN E &
16.10-2-11 4 RYAN LN FISHER, PAUL J 16.14-3-32 10 MILLER AVE GILLETTE, JOHN & KATHLEEN
BROWN-WARREN, MAUREEN P
16.10-2-25 4 SHENOROCK DR TADAY, LUIS A. & DORIS 16.05-2-22 10 NORTH PARKWAY DR FERRETTI, STEVEN &
16.10-3-58 5 FOREST LN DEVINE, AMY 16.06-1-12 10 NORTH ROSS DR
16.10-2-51 5 SHENOROCK DR POTENZO, THOMAS & 16.06-1-24 10 NORTH SHENOROCK DR
16.10-3-66 51 LAKEVIEW DR FIOCCO, PAUL R 16.10-4-11 10 OLD MILL RD
16.10-3-65 51 LAKEVIEW DR FIOCCO, PAUL R 16.05-3-27 10 ORCHARD DR
16.10-3-64 53 LAKEVIEW DR DUENAS, ALFREDO A & 16.05-3-17 10 OVERHILL RD
16.10-3-63 55 LAKEVIEW DR SPARKS, GLENN & JOANN 16.10-3-4 10 ROGERS LN
16.10-3-62 57 LAKEVIEW DR MARTINEZ, PEDRO 16.10-2-58 10 ROSS DR
16.10-5-1 59 LAKEVIEW DR KRAMER, ROBERT & 16.06-2-22 10 SPRINGDALE RD
16.10-2-26 6 SHENOROCK DR SOTO, WILLIAM & MARIA 16.10-5-6 10 SUNSET DR
16.10-2-16 7 CYPRESS LN GONZALEZ, MARIA L 16.14-2-18 10 TIGHE RD
16.10-3-57 7 FOREST LN NYGREN, JANE I 16.05-3-55 10 VALLEY DR EAST
16.10-2-50 7 SHENOROCK DR CHANIN, BETH 16.05-3-44 10 VALLEY DR WEST
16.10-3-52 8 CYPRESS LN HEBREW CONGR OF SOMERS 16.14-3-12 10 WRIGHT RD
16.10-2-29 8 SHENOROCK DR DIAZ, AARON & RACHEL 16.14-1-42 11 BROOKSIDE DR
16.10-2-14 9 CYPRESS LN ANDERSON-MALICO, ROBYN 16.14-2-2 11 CARPENTER PL
16.10-3-56 9 FOREST LN MADSEN, ROBERT J & 16.10-1-48 11 CREST DR
16.10-2-49 9 SHENOROCK DR COHEN, BARRY & DIANE 16.14-2-25 11 DELLWORTH DR
16.14-2-47 11 GREENE RD
Lake Lincolndale Phase 1 16.14-2-65 11 GRIFFIN PL
PIN Address Owner’s Name 16.14-2-77 11 HORTON RD
LASSETER, ANDREW K &
5.19-2-8 1 FLOWER DR JENNINGS, JILL 16.14-3-58 11 LAKESIDE LN
LAWRENCE, SUSAN &
5.15-3-86 10 JUNIPER DR PORCELLO, JOSEPHINE (LE) 16.09-3-15 11 LAKEVIEW DR
5.19-2-80 10 LAKE SHORE DR N SEE LEGALS PAGE 29
5.19-3-18 10 LAKE SHORE DR S
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LEGALS 16.14-2-22 17 DELLWORTH DR MIRAKAJ, SANDRA
16.14-2-45 17 GREENE RD MC KENNA, JOHN & SUSAN
FROM PAGE 28 16.14-2-75.1 17 HORTON RD MARCHIGIANI, EDWARD &
16.09-3-42 17 LAKEVIEW DR GONZALEZ, RAMON E. &
16.14-3-25 11 MILLER AVE HELLER FAMILY IRREVOCABLE 16.14-2-84 17 MILLER AVE SCOCOZZA, THOMAS J.
16.06-1-22 11 NORTH SHENOROCK DR TRAYNOR, EUGENE 16.10-3-13 17 OLD MILL RD MAC CRONE, ROBERT
16.05-3-43 11 ORCHARD DR MOREY, ALMA D. (LE) 16.05-3-37 17 ORCHARD DR JUAN, JOSE J & ANABEL
16.09-3-35 11 PARKWAY DR 11 PARKWAY DRIVE FAMILY 16.09-3-31 17 PARKWAY DR BELMONT, DONALD A &
16.10-3-3 11 ROGERS LN SODEN, GEORGE & JULIE 16.06-3-33 17 ROGERS LN MONICA, FRANK &
16.10-1-16 11 ROSS DR SUN, TINGBO & 16.10-1-13 17 ROSS DR WIEGAND, CHARLES F. &
16.09-3-7 11 WALKER DR RODRIGUEZ, FREDDIE M. & 16.14-3-37 18 BRIDGE LN MANIFOLD, JOHN E &
16.14-3-23 11 WRIGHT RD MANCINI, DANIEL 16.10-5-26 18 CARPENTER PL MATTEIS, ANDREA
16.14-3-34 12 BRIDGE LN DI MAURO, ANTHONY & NANCY 16.10-1-31 18 CREST DR GUICH, JONATHAN &
16.14-1-6 12 BROOKSIDE DR LOYED, LESTER J. & 16.14-2-39 18 GREENE RD CIBARELLI, LUCY (LE) &
16.10-1-28 12 CREST DR MORAN, GLENDA L 16.09-3-19 18 LAKEVIEW DR FRICK, CHARLES J
16.14-2-14 12 DELLWORTH DR HERNANDEZ, LINDA 16.10-4-7 18 OLD MILL RD MORRONE, GERARD N. &
16.14-2-60 12 GRIFFIN PL HORAFIOS, NICHOLAS & 16.05-3-31 18 ORCHARD DR MAC NEIL, BRANDY
16.14-3-26 12 MILLER AVE LIBERATORE, ALBERT& WENDY 16.10-1-62 18 PARKWAY DR ARYEE, H. & EBANKS, C.
16.06-1-11 12 NORTH ROSS DR HEUSTON, HELEN T & 16.06-3-51 18 ROGERS LN CHAMBERLAIN, DIANE
16.06-1-23 12 NORTH SHENOROCK DR WIZEL, JERRY & AUDREY 16.14-2-52.1 18 SHADOW LN FARRELL, CLINTON
16.10-4-10 12 OLD MILL RD BURZESI, KEVIN M/CYNTHIA A 16.10-5-11 18 TIGHE RD NA
16.05-3-28 12 ORCHARD N 16.05-3-36 18 VALLEY DR WEST GERAGHTY, ANDRE & ANDREA
16.05-3-19 12 OVERHILL RD KORZ, FREDERICK M. 16.14-3-16 18 WRIGHT RD HINZ, TRAVIS J & LEQUIA
16.10-1-59 12 PARKWAY DR DI MARTINO REV. TRUST 16.14-1-45 19 BROOKSIDE DR DALTON, FRANCIS
16.06-3-54 12 ROGERS LN KARANASTASIS, ANARGYROS & 16.10-5-33 19 CARPENTER PL THOMPSON, JUDITH M
16.10-2-59 12 ROSS DR WOLKE, PATRICIA I & 16.06-2-44 19 CYPRESS LN VAZQUEZ MELENDEZ,
16.05-3-57 12 VALLEY DR EAST KEANE, MICHAEL & 16.10-3-51 19 FOREST LN MARSIGLIA, BARBARA
16.05-3-42 12 VALLEY DR WEST ACKERMAN, MARIE T. & 16.10-3-10 19 OLD MILL RD MUNSON, SCOTT & SARAH
16.14-3-43 13 BRIDGE LN KALLESTEN-OAKLEY, JUDITH 16.05-3-35 19 ORCHARD DR RALPH JAMES & DEVINO JEAN
16.14-2-1 13 CARPENTER PL RAPHAEL, BERNADITTA V. 16.06-3-34 19 ROGERS LN MULHOLLAND, PATRICK J
16.10-1-47 13 CREST DR JONES, JOHN E & 16.10-1-12 19 ROSS DR STEAD, JIM & CHRISTINE
16.14-2-24 13 DELLWORTH DR VENITUCCI, PATRICK A. 16.10-5-7 19 TIGHE RD SALINAS, ANGEL & YARY
16.14-2-46 13 GREENE RD FARUCCI, JOSEPH & MARIAN 16.14-1-12 19 TOMPKINS RD CROCKETT, EDNA O’BRIEN
16.09-3-16 13 LAKEVIEW DR EGLOFF, WILLIAM & 16.10-3-20 2 AERY RD BERNARD, GERALD &
16.05-3-41 13 ORCHARD DR LIBBY, ALBERT G. & 16.10-3-14 2 BOLLING RD DE LAURA, DAVID J.
16.05-2-3 13 OVERHILL RD CARVALHO, CHRISTOPHER & 16.14-1-11 2 BROOKSIDE DR GILLIGAN FAMILY IRREV
16.06-3-31 13 ROGERS LN IANNUZZI, CHARLES J. 16.10-5-31 2 CARPENTER PL BARLOW, THELMA
16.10-1-15 13 ROSS DR DA SILVA, JOSE & ISABEL 16.10-1-23 2 CREST DR CUCHINELLI, ROBERT &
16.14-2-55 13 SHADOW LN WALSH, FRANK 16.06-1-5 2 CREST DR NORTH MESCAIN-ARCHER, ANGEL &
16.10-5-24.1 13 TIGHE RD HICKEY, DAVID J & 16.14-2-9 2 DELLWORTH DR VELLA, MICHAEL R.
16.14-3-2 13 TOMPKINS RD MANNERING, CHRISTOPHER & 16.10-4-24 2 EASTVIEW PL JOAO, RICHARD & MARLENE
16.14-3-22 13 WRIGHT RD SHAY, BRIAN R. & 16.14-2-31 2 GREENE RD LUPOSELLO, JENNIFER
16.14-3-35 14 BRIDGE LN CALDWELL, JOSEPH C 16.14-3-50 2 LAKESIDE LN RUBINO, DANIEL ( JR) &
16.14-1-5 14 BROOKSIDE DR MILLER, JAMES C. 16.05-2-9 2 ORCHARD CT GINQUITTI, MICHAEL &
16.10-1-29 14 CREST DR SPINOSA, CATHERINE M 16.05-3-23 2 ORCHARD DR FERRERI, KAREN
16.14-2-37 14 GREENE RD GUARDINO, SONIA 16.10-2-55 2 ROSS DR BROSNAN, JOHN & DONNA
16.14-2-61.1 14 GRIFFIN PL VIGLIOTTI, MICHAEL 16.06-1-16 2 ROSS DR NORTH RIZZOTTI, LINDA & PHILIP
16.14-3-56 14 LAKESIDE LN EDMISTON, BRIAN & DALIA 16.06-2-25 2 SPRINGDALE RD ORITZ, EDWIN & CARMEN
16.10-4-9 14 OLD MILL RD SALTER, WILLIAM & ROBERT 16.10-5-18 2 SUNSET DR ASKEW, LEON ( JR) &
16.05-3-29 14 ORCHARD DR DELLA VECCHIA, DAVID & 16.05-3-52 2 VALLEY DR WEST PIRROTTA, NICHOLAS &
16.05-3-20 14 OVERHILL RD DOHERTY, PATRICK & 16.09-3-1.2 2 WALKER DR SOUTH DELUCA, MICHAEL &
16.10-1-60 14 PARKWAY DR DI SANTO, DENNIS A & 16.14-3-8 2 WRIGHT RD SANCHEZ, EDGAR
16.06-3-53 14 ROGERS LN DUZYNSKA, KAMIL & AGATA 16.14-3-21 20 BRIDGE LN ABEGG, MICHAEL J.
16.10-2-61 14 ROSS DR PHILLIPS, THEODORE & 16.10-1-32 20 CREST DR RANNEKLEIV, GISELA &
16.14-2-85 14 TOMPKINS RD DATINO, CHRISTOPHER & 16.14-2-17 20 DELLWORTH DR HOGAN, PATRICK T. &
16.05-3-40 14 VALLEY DR WEST VERBOYS, JAMES L. & 16.14-2-40 20 GREENE RD IMBRUGLIA, FRANK &
16.14-3-14 14 WRIGHT RD GRAHAM, GEORGE J & 16.09-3-46 20 LAKEVIEW DR LONG, JASON
16.14-3-42 15 BRIDGE LN NARDI, VINCENT & 16.14-2-80 20 MILLER AVE DI MAURO, ANTHONY J &
16.10-5-32 15 CARPENTER PL SMITH, THOMAS F. 16.10-4-6 20 OLD MILL RD GERONIMO, PETER & SARAH
16.10-1-46 15 CREST DR SCHIAVONE, CHARLES & 16.05-3-32 20 ORCHARD DR FLEURY, DONALD J.
16.14-2-23 15 DELLWORTH DR MURNANE, EDWARD & 16.10-1-64 20 PARKWAY DR DELAHANTY, ANNA
16.05-3-39 15 ORCHARD DR MARTUCCI, JOHN & LORI 16.06-3-50 20 ROGERS LN TRECAKOV, BRANKA & ANA
16.05-2-4 15 OVERHILL RD DOHERTY, DAVID JR & 16.14-2-50 20 SHADOW LN MENDOZA, ROBERT S &
16.09-3-32.5 15 PARKWAY DR CRONIN, C & VELZY, R 16.10-5-10 20 TIGHE RD COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER
16.06-3-32 15 ROGERS LN GERSHMAN, STEVEN 16.05-3-63 20 VALLEY DR EAST FATICH, JOHN & JEANETTE
16.10-1-14 15 ROSS DR MARCELLE, NICHOLAS 16.14-3-39 21 BRIDGE LN PALEN, VALERIE
16.14-3-36 16 BRIDGE LN HILSENROTH, BARBARA 16.14-1-47 21 BROOKSIDE DR PIETROPAOLO, WAYNE V.
16.10-1-30 16 CREST DR SOLANO, VIRGINIA 16.10-5-34 21 CARPENTER PL KRUPOWICZ, DALE
16.14-2-16 16 DELLWORTH DR MAENZA, LAURENCE & SARI 16.10-1-43 21 CREST DR SPINOZA, JOHN & LINDA
16.14-3-57 16 LAKESIDE LN EGE, KARL & ANDERSON, 16.06-2-45 21 CYPRESS LN CORTRIGHT, GERALD A &
16.10-4-8 16 OLD MILL RD DEAGAN, THOMAS E.( JR) & 16.14-2-20 21 DELLWORTH DR ANDRE, DANIEL
16.05-3-30 16 ORCHARD DR MILLER, CAROL T 16.09-3-45 21 LAKEVIEW DR DE CARLO, FRANK (LE) &
16.10-1-61 16 PARKWAY DR PISCOPO, ANTHONY J. ( JR) 16.05-3-34 21 ORCHARD DR SCHOENFELD, STEVEN &
16.06-3-52 16 ROGERS LN LOMBARDO, JOHN A & 16.09-3-29 21 PARKWAY DR TEETSEL, DAVID & AMY
16.10-2-62 16 ROSS DR SUS, FLOYD & MARIAN 16.06-3-35 21 ROGERS LN PUGLIESE, CARL &
16.10-5-23 16 TIGHE RD SMITH, THOMAS & 16.05-3-65.1 21 VALLEY DR WEST BURZESI, ANTHONY G &
16.05-3-60 16 VALLEY DR EAST PALLMAN, JOHN & DENISE 16.14-3-17 22 BRIDGE LN WEINSTEIN, GLEN
16.05-3-38 16 VALLEY DR WEST WENKE, ROBERT A. & 16.14-2-41 22 GREENE RD PATAMIA, ANTONIO &
16.14-3-15 16 WRIGHT RD CURLEY, ZACHARY
16.14-3-41 17 BRIDGE LN MIRRA, ELIZABETH A. SEE LEGALS PAGE 30
16.14-1-43.5 17 BROOKSIDE DR REILLY, KAREN M.
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LEGALS 16.14-3-60 3 MILLER AVE FOURNIER, JON B &
16.06-1-7 3 NORTH ROSS DR BERTELS, RUSSELL G &
FROM PAGE 29 16.06-1-18 3 NORTH SHENOROCK DR DI MELLA, VINCENT J &
16.10-3-26 3 OLD MILL RD MONACO, JOHN J.
16.09-3-47 22 LAKEVIEW DR RONDIAK WALTER & 16.05-2-6 3 ORCHARD CT GIANAZZA, JAMES J &
16.05-3-33 22 ORCHARD DR ADESSA, GERARD & 16.05-3-49 3 ORCHARD DR SUMAIDA, SAIF
16.10-1-65 22 PARKWAY DR SAGBAY, ROSA 16.09-3-43 3 PARKWAY DR MILLAR, HEATH & JUDITH
16.06-3-49 22 ROGERS LN SANDERS-GONZALEZ, ANGELA 16.10-1-20 3 ROSS DR KIRICHENKO, DIMITRI &
16.10-2-65 22 ROSS DR CASSIN, RICHARD B & 16.06-2-27 3 SPRINGDALE RD STREMPEL, JOSEPH &
16.10-5-9 22 TIGHE RD HOLMES, JAMES & MARGO 16.05-3-73 3 VALLEY DR EAST ADLER, DAVID & CHRISTINE
16.14-3-38 23 BRIDGE LN GOULD, ANDREW L & LAURA J 16.09-3-3 3 WALKER DR LUCIANO, LOUIS A & JEAN
16.10-5-35 23 CARPENTER PL SPANO, JAMES & SUSAN 16.09-3-17.2 3 WALKER DR SOUTH MANCINI, RICHARD & JOAN
16.10-1-42 23 CREST DR WEST, LEAH 16.14-3-27 3 WRIGHT RD SILVERBERG, JAMES &
16.06-2-46 23 CYPRESS LN BOCKHAUS, GEORGE & 16.14-2-63 30 BRIDGE LN DENARO, VINCENZO &
16.10-3-50 23 FOREST LN GERARDI, JESSICA 16.10-1-35 30 CREST DR PARSONS, JOHN G. &
16.10-1-55 23 LAKEVIEW DR MIELE, MARY B. & JOSEPH 16.10-3-44 30 FOREST LN BAKER, MATTHEW S
16.14-2-68 23 MILLER AVE ORITI, JOSEPH & GINA M. 16.14-2-35 30 MILLER AVE WATSON, KARL W.
16.09-3-28 23 PARKWAY DR REES, STEVEN & 16.10-4-1 30 OLD MILL RD HIRSCH, TONI ANNE
16.06-3-36 23 ROGERS LN HOBBS, CECILIA & MARK J 16.10-1-1 30 PARKWAY DR SULLIVAN, MICHAEL & KAREN
16.10-1-10 23 ROSS DR PARSONS, JOHN G. & 16.06-3-45 30 ROGERS LN GERBINO, ANTHONY &
16.10-4-15 23 TIGHE RD ANTON, RICHARD & KERRI 16.10-2-1 30 ROSS DR RYAN, JR GERALD S &
16.05-3-3 238 ROUTE 118 BAKER, GERALD J & SHARON 16.10-4-37 30 TIGHE RD ROSADO, PHILLIP & APRIL
16.14-3-1 24 BRIDGE LN O’HARE, JAMES & ANNE 16.10-1-39 31 CREST DR MISYUK, PETER &
16.10-1-11 24 CREST DR CARLSON, CHARLES P. & 16.06-3-11 31 FOREST LN IMMEDIATO, JAMES
16.14-2-42 24 GREENE RD PIARULLI, CHRISTOPHER P & 16.05-2-18 31 OVERHILL RD ACAMPORA, DENNIS M. &
16.14-2-69 24 MILLER AVE CASELLA, JOSEPH ROBERT & 16.09-3-24 31 PARKWAY DR RUSH, ROBERT T (ET AL)
16.10-1-66 24 PARKWAY DR MC GUIRE, THOMAS & MARIA 16.06-3-40 31 ROGERS LN CIAVOLINO, ERASMO &
16.06-3-48 24 ROGERS LN MAURO, THOMAS A. & 16.10-1-6 31 ROSS DR GRABEKLIS, WALTER C &
16.10-2-66 24 ROSS DR COSTANZA, DIANA F 16.10-1-36 32 CREST DR ARNOLD, KIMBERLY
16.10-5-8 24 TIGHE RD JAZWINSKI, ROBERT A & 16.06-3-8 32 CYPRESS LN PENA, FELIX & MARY C.
16.14-1-10 24 TOMPKINS RD TRUOCCOLO, ALENA 16.10-3-45 32 FOREST LN FREY, JASON M
16.14-3-20 25 BRIDGE LN FINNEY, WILLIAM R & 16.06-3-78 32 OLD MILL RD CORRIERE, ELIZABETH &
16.10-1-41 25 CREST DR RYDER, ANDREW J. ( JR) 16.05-3-74 32 OVERHILL RD RIVKIN, JESSICA &
16.06-2-47 25 CYPRESS LN BOCKHAUS, GEORGE STEPHAN 16.05-3-81 32 PARKWAY DR CHEN, MEI ZHU &
16.14-2-19 25 DELLWORTH DR SCHNEIDER, ARTHUR W & 16.06-3-44 32 ROGERS LN SCANLON, JOHN J. &
16.10-3-49 25 FOREST LN MAURER, FRANCIS J. & 16.06-2-20 32 ROSS DR KRUSKO, ANITA
16.14-2-57 25 MILLER AVE TETRO, ERIK C. & JENNIFER 16.10-4-36 32 TIGHE RD NAGY, ZSOFIA
16.10-3-7 25 OLD MILL RD MOLLAGHAN, JOHN T & 16.09-3-22 32 VALLEY DR EAST KULZER, RICHARD F &
16.09-3-27 25 PARKWAY DR KINGSBURY, JAMES A & 16.10-1-38 33 CREST DR FORTIER, ROBERT & DONNA M
16.06-3-37 25 ROGERS LN TURNER, DANIEL & 16.06-3-56 33 OLD MILL RD NA
16.10-1-9.1 25 ROSS DR SEAGRIST, SHAWN E & 16.06-3-41 33 ROGERS LN DAVEY, EDWARD P &
16.10-4-16 25 TIGHE RD JACKSON, STEPHEN D. 16.06-2-31 33 SHENOROCK DR FRENCH, PATRICIA & JAMES
16.14-2-87 26 BRIDGE LN ZIEGLER, ALBERT 16.10-4-20 33 TIGHE RD VARGAS, MARITZA
16.06-3-10 26 CYPRESS LN WIEHN FAMILY IRREVOCABLE 16.10-1-37 34 CREST DR WATSON, MICHAEL P. &
16.10-3-42 26 FOREST LN QUIGLEY, BERNARD & 16.10-3-46 34 FOREST LN O’BRIEN, JAMES & LORRAINE
16.14-2-56 26 MILLER AVE PALAZZETTI, DARYL R 16.06-3-77 34 OLD MILL RD PACIARELLO, DAWN
16.10-4-3 26 OLD MILL RD MADRUNERO, AMPARO B. 16.05-3-80 34 PARKWAY DR 299 CENTRAL PARK AVE CORP
16.10-1-67 26 PARKWAY DR SMITH, CAMERON 16.06-3-43 34 ROGERS LN KOLOSKI, JAMES A &
16.06-3-47 26 ROGERS LN THOMAS P. ARCURI TRUST 16.10-4-35 34 TIGHE RD JUBOK, NICHOLAS JR
16.10-2-67 26 ROSS DR TUCCILLO, VINCENT A 16.10-1-2 35 CREST DR CARSON, BRYAN E & SUSAN
16.14-3-19 27 BRIDGE LN MC LAREN, KAMELE 16.06-3-13 35 FOREST LN LANDOR, STEFAN & GABRIELA
16.10-3-6 27 OLD MILL RD JURGENS, JOHN A & 16.14-2-6 35 MILLER AVE GIAMBURRO, JOHN &
16.05-2-10 27 OVERHILL RD NA 16.06-3-57 35 OLD MILL RD GROVES, KATHLEEN
16.09-3-25.1 27 PARKWAY DR MONACO, JOHN 16.05-3-68 35 PARKWAY DR MENDOZA, JOSE & ROSEANN
16.10-1-8.1 27 ROSS DR LEMBO, RINO & SUSAN 16.10-1-4 35 ROSS DR ALMEIDA, ANTONIO &
16.10-4-17 27 TIGHE RD COX, JONATHAN & JULIE 16.06-2-32 35 SHENOROCK DR MINNERLY, RUSSELL III &
16.14-2-74 28 BRIDGE LN ALECKSANDROVICH, OLEG 16.10-4-21 35 TIGHE RD BALL, CHRISTOPHER J. &
16.06-3-9 28 CYPRESS LN GRECZYLO, GEORGE & 16.10-1-3.1 36 CREST DR FIUMARA, MICHAEL &
16.10-5-39 28 DELLWORTH DR DE MILTO, DOMINIC & 16.06-3-6 36 CYPRESS LN PANOS, DONALD J &
16.10-3-43 28 FOREST LN COOGAN, PETER & MARIELLEN 16.10-3-47 36 FOREST LN SHAW, GEOFFREY S.
16.10-4-2 28 OLD MILL RD PFAFFENBACH, CHARLES & 16.10-2-6 36 HILLANDALE RD KENDALL, DOREEN
16.10-1-68 28 PARKWAY DR DONNELLY, DANIEL & DENISE 16.14-2-8 36 MILLER AVE CASSARA, ROBERT & JANE
16.10-2-68 28 ROSS DR MARENGHI, ANTHONY V & 16.06-3-76 36 OLD MILL RD MESSINA, DEAN & LORRAINE
16.10-4-38.5 28 TIGHE RD MC GEE, LISA M. & 16.05-3-79 36 PARKWAY DR GARLAND, JOHN & LISA M
16.14-3-18 29 BRIDGE LN WAGNER, MICHAEL & GAIL 16.06-1-56 36 ROGERS LN KATZ, AMANDA D J
16.10-1-40 29 CREST DR VEGLIANTE, ANTHONY & 16.06-2-18 36 ROSS DR SEDITO, DOMINICK S.
16.06-2-49 29 CYPRESS LN ROUBLICK, JOHN & EILEEN 16.06-2-41 36 SHENOROCK DR BINGHI, VICTOR & FILOMENA
16.10-3-2 29 FOREST LN DI SANTO, RONALD & CATHIE 16.05-3-82 37 CREST DR CREEGAN, BRIAN & REGINA F
16.06-2-21 29 HILLANDALE RD FALEY, DENIS & 16.06-1-30.5 37 CYPRESS LN DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
16.10-3-5 29 OLD MILL RD O’CONNELL, BARBARA A 16.06-3-14 37 FOREST LN MC PARTLIN, GORDON E &
16.06-3-39 29 ROGERS LN CANZIO, JOSEPH JAY 16.06-3-58 37 OLD MILL RD VINBERG, ALLAN
16.10-1-7 29 ROSS DR CIAMPI, GIOVANNI 16.05-3-69 37 PARKWAY DR AUBEL, JOHN GUY & SUSAN
16.10-3-23 3 AERY RD SCHMELMER, ROBERT 16.06-1-49 37 ROGERS LN MINNAUGH, WILLIAM P. &
16.10-5-13 3 BEDELL PL RUPERTO, FRANK & 16.06-2-9 37 ROSS DR ZEIF, JASON
16.10-3-18 3 BOLLING RD MERUSI, MARY ELLEN 16.10-4-22 37 TIGHE RD AZABACHE, RICARDO
16.14-3-48 3 BRIDGE LN PICA, DANIEL & PAULA 16.06-2-8.1 38 CREST DR SHARFSTEIN, LAURA M
16.10-1-53 3 CREST DR PIETRANGOLARE, J & D 16.06-3-5 38 CYPRESS LN GUADALUPE, EDWIN &
16.05-2-26 3 CREST DR NORTH RUTTER, GERALD 16.14-2-7 38 MILLER AVE GRIFFITH, MICHAEL &
16.14-2-29 3 DELLWORTH DR ROMERO, WALTER
16.10-3-12 3 HEATHER LN AGUIRRE, VINCENT & LIZA SEE LEGALS PAGE 31
16.14-3-62 3 LAKESIDE LN GHAZAL, GEORGE & THERESE
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LEGALS 16.10-4-28 48 TIGHE RD CATANIA, FRANK &
16.06-3-19 49 FOREST LN HESS, ROBERT & PATRICIA
FROM PAGE 30 16.06-3-64 49 OLD MILL RD CARUSO, DENNIS J
16.06-3-79 49 TIGHE RD PROPPER, ANGELINA &
16.06-3-75 38 OLD MILL RD POUSADA, KEITH 16.10-3-22 5 AERY RD COTRONA, VINCENT
16.05-3-78 38 PARKWAY DR WIEHN FAMILY IRREVOCABLE 16.10-5-14 5 BEDELL PL CERNIK, GRACE A. (LE)
16.06-2-17 38 ROSS DR BABIARZ-LESNIAK, KINGA & 16.14-3-47 5 BRIDGE LN FACTOR, JAN ROBERT
16.05-3-83 39 CREST DR CALTABELLOTTA, SALVATORE 16.14-2-5 5 CARPENTER PL ANGIELLO, JOSEPH &
16.06-3-59 39 OLD MILL RD BIRNBACH, MARC 16.10-1-56 5 CREST DR CARAGINE, JOSEPH P
16.05-3-70 39 PARKWAY DR BARAN, EDWARD 16.05-2-25 5 CREST DR NORTH ESPOSITO, MICHAEL A. &
16.06-1-50 39 ROGERS LN MASI, GLENN P. 16.14-2-28 5 DELLWORTH DR QUINE, WENDY J
16.06-2-10 39 ROSS DR MC QUADE, ELDA ARMAYOR & 16.10-3-9 5 EASTVIEW PL CHAVEZ, JAN-PIERRE
16.06-2-34 39 SHENOROCK DR MALLEY, JAMES C & SUSAN E 16.05-2-15 5 NORTH PARKWAY DR CAMERA, JEFFREY
16.10-4-23 39 TIGHE RD DENTICO, JAMES 16.06-1-8 5 NORTH ROSS DR SHAW, BARBARA F
16.10-3-21 4 AERY RD LOHWASSER FAMILY TRUST, 16.06-1-19 5 NORTH SHENOROCK DR DE SANTIS, NICOLA & LIDA
16.10-3-15 4 BOLLING RD GRIFFITH, MARCUS 16.10-3-27 5 OLD MILL RD HARKINS, JOHN M ( JR)
16.14-3-30 4 BRIDGE LN TELESCO, DAVID J. 16.05-2-7 5 ORCHARD CT DAVILA, JR ARTHUR &
16.10-5-30 4 CARPENTER PL ROSA, JOSEPH A. & 16.05-3-48 5 ORCHARD DR LENTZ, STEVEN W.
16.10-1-24 4 CREST DR CALDERON, ROGER F. 16.09-3-40.5 5 PARKWAY DR NALDINI, MARIA C.
16.06-1-4 4 CREST DR NORTH CAMPBELL, KEVIN J & 16.10-3-41 5 ROGERS LN SCANLON, THOMAS
16.14-2-10 4 DELLWORTH DR REILLY, KEVIN & MARIE 16.10-1-19 5 ROSS DR TOBIN, WILLIAM E
16.10-4-4 4 EASTVIEW PL VAN BENSCHOTEN, KAREN 16.10-5-21 5 SUNSET DR MOLEANO FAMILY IRREV.
16.10-3-11 4 HEATHER LN ZEFAJ, ZEF & GJOK 16.14-3-6 5 TOMPKINS RD GANNON, DENNIS P. &
16.14-3-51 4 LAKESIDE LN DI CINTIO, CHRISTOPHER & 16.05-3-72 5 VALLEY DR EAST MONTEIRO, BRIGIDA &
16.14-3-61 4 MILLER AVE ANDERSON, WILLIAM & 16.09-3-4 5 WALKER DR PERCOPO, RALPH M JR &
16.05-2-19 4 NORTH PARKWAY DR BROWN, BRIAN 16.06-1-37 50 CYPRESS LN CASSATA, MARK A. &
16.06-1-15 4 NORTH ROSS DR BARNA, PETER J. & JULIE H 16.06-3-25 50 FOREST LN SHEA, THOMAS
16.10-4-14 4 OLD MILL RD ESQUIVEL, OSCAR U. & 16.06-3-69 50 OLD MILL RD DALEY, JAMES
16.05-3-24 4 ORCHARD DR BARROWS, JAY & JOYCE 16.10-4-27 50 TIGHE RD RECINOS, JOSE DANIEL
16.06-2-24 4 SPRINGDALE RD KALANTAROV, DANIL & 16.06-3-20 51 FOREST LN COLETTI, WAYNE & JEANIE
16.14-2-81 4 TOMPKINS RD POLVERE, MARIO JOSEPH & 16.06-3-55 51 HILLANDALE RD ANDERSON, SUSAN M
16.05-3-50 4 VALLEY DR WEST PALANSKY, PAUL S & 16.06-1-48 51 OVERHILL RD YETMAN, DONNA & FRANK X.
16.09-3-1.1 4 WALKER DR SOUTH BRADY, DENNIS & DANA 16.06-3-80 51 TIGHE RD DAKERS, JONATHAN, D. &
16.14-3-9 4 WRIGHT RD MAURIELLO, III STEPHEN & 16.06-1-35.5 52 CYPRESS LN NAZZARO, ANTHONY
16.06-2-7 40 CREST DR GERENA, WILSON & 16.06-3-24 52 FOREST LN BORBA, MONICA
16.06-3-4 40 CYPRESS LN CANTON, MARIA 16.06-3-68 52 OLD MILL RD MC GEE, SHANNON
16.06-3-74 40 OLD MILL RD JOCKIMO, PAUL 16.06-3-1 53 FOREST LN SCHNELLE, LYNNE
16.05-3-77 40 PARKWAY DR FELICISSIMO, JOSEPH & 16.06-3-81 53 TIGHE RD HALERZ, BARBARA
16.06-1-54 40 ROGERS LN HAROLD, MARIANN 16.06-3-23 54 FOREST LN LABATE, MARIA CONSUELO
16.10-4-32 40 TIGHE RD BARBER, ROBERT T. & 16.06-3-67 54 OLD MILL RD WILLIAMS, KENNETH C &
16.05-3-84 41 CREST DR WHIPPLE, FREDERICK L JR & 16.06-1-40 55 FOREST LN DELACY, KEVIN
16.06-1-32 41 CYPRESS LN SUCHANEK, ROBERT V 16.06-3-82 55 TIGHE RD GUERCI, STEVEN & BARBARA
16.06-3-16 41 FOREST LN BALDWIN, TODD & 16.06-1-34 56 CYPRESS LN WELBY, PETER
16.06-3-60 41 OLD MILL RD GARDNER, ALPHONSE 16.06-3-22 56 FOREST LN DURHAM, AMY (TIC)
16.06-1-51 41 ROGERS LN BOBADILLA, ERICK & 16.06-3-66.1 56 OLD MILL RD SOTO, WILLIAM &
16.06-2-11 41 ROSS DR FALCO, MICHAEL & LAURA 16.06-3-42 56 OVERHILL RD LEVINE, TROY E. &
16.06-2-35 41 SHENOROCK DR GAMBOA, JOHANNA & 16.06-4-22 56 TIGHE RD UNMANN, GREGORY &
16.06-2-6 42 CREST DR DUNSTAN, DENNIS R JR & 16.06-1-41 57 FOREST LN BARBAGALLO, JOHN &
16.06-3-3 42 CYPRESS LN WHITE, GLENN & STACEY 16.06-1-57 57 OVERHILL RD NA
16.06-3-73 42 OLD MILL RD GARCIA, RAFAEL M. & 16.06-3-21 58 FOREST LN MACK, EDWARD J. & ANN
16.05-3-76 42 PARKWAY DR SOLANO, BERNADETTE E. 16.06-3-65 58 OLD MILL RD CICCIARELLA, CORRADO F. &
16.06-2-16 42 ROSS DR STAVOLA, DAVID & 16.06-4-21 58 TIGHE RD CATANIA, FRANK H &
16.10-4-31 42 TIGHE RD VERRINO, ANTHONY 16.06-1-42 59 FOREST LN LOUGHLIN, JOSEPH J &
16.05-3-85 43 CREST DR SCARFONE, JOSEPH & 16.06-1-61.1 59 OVERHILL RD CICCIARELLA, GIORGIO,
16.06-1-33 43 CYPRESS LN QUIRINDONGO, RONALD 16.06-3-83 59 TIGHE RD TAGAYUN, MICHELLE &
16.06-3-61 43 OLD MILL RD NEYLAN, CHRISTOPHER 16.10-5-16 6 BEDELL PL ASKEW, LEON ( JR.) &
16.06-1-52 43 ROGERS LN KLEINBURG, DEBORAH 16.10-3-16 6 BOLLING RD AIELLO, JAMES
16.06-2-12 43 ROSS DR BELL, ROBYN 16.14-3-31 6 BRIDGE LN MELIKSTETIAN, DIKRAN
16.06-2-26 43 SHENOROCK DR IRWIN, JOANNE J 16.14-1-9 6 BROOKSIDE DR YANAKIS, DIMITRI &
16.06-2-5 44 CREST DR CONWAY, WILLIAM F & 16.10-1-25 6 CREST DR RUIZ, JOSE E. &
16.06-3-2 44 CYPRESS LN DELLABARCA, BRIAN & 16.06-1-3 6 CREST DR NORTH MELLY, KEVIN L &
16.06-3-28 44 FOREST LN BELMONT, DOUGLAS A. & 16.10-3-8 6 EASTVIEW PL PONCE DE LEON, SALVATORE
16.06-3-72 44 OLD MILL RD ARRIAZA, PEGGIE 16.14-2-33 6 GREENE RD KEARNEY, SUSAN
16.05-3-75 44 PARKWAY DR ZAWADZKI, RENATA 16.14-2-70 6 HORTON RD ALLEN, DEBORAH L.
16.06-2-15 44 ROSS DR GIRON, RIGOBERTO 16.14-3-52 6 LAKESIDE LN BURKART, CHRISTOPHER &
16.10-4-30 44 TIGHE RD PIEKARSKI, THOMAS S 16.05-2-20 6 NORTH PARKWAY DR DWYER, DENNIS M. &
16.05-3-86 45 CREST DR GIANNIOS, CHRISTOPHER 16.06-1-14 6 NORTH ROSS DR NIKAC, PAUL & VILMA
16.06-3-17 45 FOREST LN GERTH, JAMES & KAREN 16.06-1-26 6 NORTH SHENOROCK DR SANTANASTASIO, DONALD
16.06-1-29 45 OVERHILL RD RIENZI, GERARD 16.10-4-13 6 OLD MILL RD FREEMAN, RONALD L &
16.10-4-25 45 TIGHE RD MASTERSON, ALAN & BELIN 16.05-2-8 6 ORCHARD CT DUNN, ALICE
16.06-2-4 46 CREST DR WALSH, THOMAS M. 16.05-3-25 6 ORCHARD DR BUTCHER, KATHRINE WINTER
16.06-3-27 46 FOREST LN FIELDS, HOWARD A & AMY 16.05-3-2 6 OVERHILL RD BACKMAN, DANIEL & HEATHER
16.06-3-71 46 OLD MILL RD KLEKMAN, ANDREA & 16.10-3-38 6 ROGERS LN MC DONALD, WALTER
16.10-4-29 46 TIGHE RD SATURN, LINDA M. 16.10-2-56 6 ROSS DR ZACH, ROBERT P. & MARY
16.06-3-18 47 FOREST LN RUPERTO, FRANK & KATHLEEN 16.10-5-12 6 SUNSET DR ESTABAYA, EVA C. & YVORRE
16.06-3-63 47 OLD MILL RD BOLOTIN, CRAIG & LEA 16.14-2-82 6 TOMPKINS RD PENDER, EDWARD &
16.06-2-13 47 ROSS DR SAIDEL, MARC L. & 16.05-3-47 6 VALLEY DR WEST GERMAINE, ANDREW & LESLEY
16.10-4-26 47 TIGHE RD TILLEY, ALYSSA J. 16.09-3-11 6 WALKER DR MAHOOD, CATHERINE
16.06-2-1 48 CREST DR HOLDEN, MARGARET 16.14-3-10 6 WRIGHT RD CAPORALE, FRANK &
16.06-1-39 48 CYPRESS LN MARTINS, SILVIA
16.06-3-26 48 FOREST LN CARROLL, ROBERT J. & SEE LEGALS PAGE 32
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LEGALS 16.05-2-2 9 OVERHILL RD SEMENZA, DANIEL &
16.09-3-37.5 9 PARKWAY DR GOULART, GEORGE (III) &
FROM PAGE 31 16.10-1-17 9 ROSS DR FREITAG, CARLA S
16.06-2-30 9 SPRINGDALE RD TUNOCOGLU, CEM & ILDIKO
16.06-4-20 60 TIGHE RD MAURER, JR GEORGE I & 16.10-5-41 9 TIGHE RD CARPUS, ROBIN A. &
16.06-1-43 61 FOREST LN CAMBRA, GUSTAVO E. & LIZ 16.14-3-4 9 TOMPKINS RD JARAMILLO, SUSJEY
16.10-5-36 61 LAKEVIEW DR BABBONI, DARRELL 16.09-3-6 9 WALKER DR WILLIAMS, KERRY A.
16.06-1-62 61 OVERHILL RD LAPPE, THERESE C 16.14-3-24 9 WRIGHT RD KENNEY, RICHARD
16.06-1-46 62 FOREST LN WELLING, DONALD C & 16.06-3-70.1 48 OLD MILL RD DYMEK, DENNIS & DOROTHY
16.06-4-19 62 TIGHE RD TILLMAN, DANIEL & CYNTHIA 16.10-5-22.1 7 SUNSET DR YANARELLA, DANIEL JOSEPH
16.10-5-37 63 LAKEVIEW DR AITCHISON, COLIN J & 16.10-5-27.1 14 CARPENTER PL VINCI, M & JUERS-VINCI, C
16.06-1-45 64 FOREST LN JAWAHIR, BALRAJ & SHABANA 16.09-3-8.1 12 WALKER DR LUCIANO, JOSEPH A.
16.10-5-38 65 LAKEVIEW DR BARETTE, LEONORE M 16.09-3-8.2 10 WALKER DR LUCIANO, JOSEPH A
16.06-3-86 65 TIGHE RD RACE-DYMEK, DOROTHY
16.06-1-44 66 FOREST LN BLEASDALE, DAGMAR S. & Lake Lincolndale Phase 2B Owner’s Name
16.06-4-17 66 TIGHE RD PETERS, JOHN DOUGLAS & THOMAS, TERRE D.
16.06-3-87 67 TIGHE RD CASEY, JAMES J & CAROL PIN Address GIORGIO, DOMINICK JR
16.06-3-87 67 TIGHE RD CASEY, JAMES J & CAROL MORRISSEY, JAMES & MARIA
16.06-4-16 68 TIGHE RD TEJEDA, ERIC 5.19-3-30 1 ASPEN RD O’KEEFE, MICHAEL J &
16.10-5-15 7 BEDELL PL SMITH, HAROLD T. ( JR) & FUNK, PAUL
16.14-3-46 7 BRIDGE LN ANDERSEN, PAUL & CLARA 5.15-2-74 1 FOREST RD MALAVENDA, PETER M
16.14-1-13 7 BROOKSIDE DR BUCCHIGNANO, BRIAN J. & MOCCIO, ROBERT J &
16.14-2-4 7 CARPENTER PL LYNCH, PAUL M & 5.15-3-65 1 GREENWOOD DR HATTERSLEY GOUGH, EUNICE
16.10-1-50.1 7 CREST DR PINELLO, HELEN M. MC CORMACK, JULIA A
16.05-2-24 7 CREST DR NORTH ABONETE LUSAN, JANICE E. 5.15-3-85 1 IVY RD SHEPARD, PERRY R. &
16.14-2-27 7 DELLWORTH DR PALAZZETTI, NELLO R & MASTRANTONI, PAUL &
16.10-3-37 7 EASTVIEW PL HABER, PETER J. & KAREN S 5.15-3-14 1 LOCUST DR BOLOGNA, LEONARD
16.14-2-49 7 GREENE RD GLOVER, CANDACE C PILLA, STEVEN & DEBORAH
16.14-2-79 7 HORTON RD GONZALEZ, SERGIO & MARIA 5.19-2-45 1 NYMPH DR BERRY, NANCY C A
16.14-3-44 7 MILLER AVE CAMPO, BARBARA MC CUTCHEN, DANIEL &
16.05-2-14 7 NORTH PARKWAY DR FARRELL, MATTHEW & 5.19-2-59 1 ORANGE DR GONZALEZ, A & RIVERA, E
16.06-1-9 7 NORTH ROSS DR GREEN, LESLIE A. & PAUL J BRODE, R. &
16.06-1-20 7 NORTH SHENOROCK DR DALY, PATRICIA 5.19-2-1 1 WILLOW RD LIAKOUNAKOS, AVRA
16.10-3-25 7 OLD MILL RD CORCORAN, PETER R JR & SUTTON, ANTHONY W
16.05-3-46 7 ORCHARD DR GUARAGNA, RICHARD & PAULA 5.14-1-31 10 ACACIA DR MC GAUGHEY, TODD
16.05-2-1 7 OVERHILL RD WELSH, HUBERT & ANGELA DE CRENZA, ROBERT &
16.10-1-18 7 ROSS DR IANNICI, J.P. & 5.19-3-79 10 ALDER RD DE CRENZA, ROBERT &
16.14-2-54 7 SHADOW LN WARREN, JOHN & HARAN, MICHAEL P
16.06-2-29 7 SPRINGDALE RD KENNY, VICKIE A. & 5.15-1-15 10 BOXWOOD DR PERINI, PHILLIP M. &
16.14-2-21 7 TIGHE RD HERBERT, CLINT & DAWN GEIGER, STEPHANIE & SCOTT
16.14-3-5 7 TOMPKINS RD DECAPUA-LAZARI, DANIELLE 5.19-3-34 10 CEDAR RD BORDIGA, NICOLAS &
16.09-3-5 7 WALKER DR CAVINO, ROBERT W & JANE M ALLEN, MICHAEL &
16.06-4-14 70 TIGHE RD SMALLEY, DONNA A/K/A 5.15-1-25 10 COTTONWOOD DR PERDICHIZZI, MICHAEL &
16.06-3-89 71 TIGHE RD HUFF, ROBERT W & FOLEY, PATRICIA A.
16.06-4-9 72 TIGHE RD GEIGER, FRANK G & 5.19-3-50.5 10 DOGWOOD RD BREHM, PAUL & KATHLEEN
16.14-2-43 73 LAKEVIEW DR GORMLEY GRANTOR RETAINED FUNK, ANGELA T.
16.06-4-7 74 TIGHE RD TOWNSEND, BRIAN & CHERYL 5.15-2-60 10 GREENWOOD DR ROSAFORT, MICHAEL & KATHI
16.14-2-62 75 LAKEVIEW DR DOMINGO, PONCIANO S & SELLER, DANIEL ALLEN &
16.10-3-17 8 BOLLING RD WILLIAMS, GERARD & 5.15-3-35 10 HEMLOCK DR JONES, ANDREW &
16.14-1-8 8 BROOKSIDE DR OLIVER, LAVERNE KOSTELAS, CHRISTINA
16.10-5-29 8 CARPENTER PL FAN, CARMELO S. & 5.19-2-28 10 MYRTLE DR SMITH, DAVID & DORIS
16.10-1-26 8 CREST DR ORZECH, KATARZYNA CARMEL, THOMAS & MARY
16.06-1-2 8 CREST DR NORTH BARRY, KEVIN P. & 5.19-2-38 10 NYMPH DR SAIAS, ROBERTA &
16.14-2-12 8 DELLWORTH DR LUCIANO, JOSEPH HANNAN, JOHN J &
16.14-2-34 8 GREENE RD CEGIELSKI, GINA 5.15-1-60 10 OLIVE DR KELLEHER, MICHAEL
16.14-2-58 8 GRIFFIN PL KERINS, MICHAEL & TONYA DE VITO, RICHARD C. &
16.14-2-71 8 HORTON RD SCHRIRO, IRWIN W. & 5.19-3-36 11 BIRCH RD MICHELL, MARIA
16.14-3-53 8 LAKESIDE LN MC KEOWN, DOROTHY A. MURTHA, WILLIAM &
16.14-3-45 8 MILLER AVE AMANI, YAQUB 5.15-1-18 11 BOXWOOD DR SEMINARA, MICHAEL G. &
16.05-2-21 8 NORTH PARKWAY DR ESPOSITO, ROBERT A & CAICO, JOSEPH & CARA
16.06-1-13 8 NORTH ROSS DR DI BLASIO, ALEX R. & 5.15-1-17 11 BOXWOOD DR 15 DOGWOOD RD LLC
16.06-1-25 8 NORTH SHENOROCK DR DALY, DENNIS & ALICIA C. LAUBIS, CHRISTOHER A
16.10-4-12 8 OLD MILL RD BROWN, MATTHEW & 5.19-3-65 11 DOGWOOD RD FREY, RICHARD & MARIE
16.05-3-26 8 ORCHARD DR PAEZ, GREGORIO JOSE Y & COLLACURO, LORETTA
16.10-1-58 8 PARKWAY DR KUTZY, ANDREW & 5.15-3-46 11 GREENWOOD DR SALERNO, PAUL &
16.10-3-39 8 ROGERS LN GECAJ, ZYRAFETE DAMMEYER, CHARLES S &
16.10-2-57 8 ROSS DR BATCHELOR, JAY C. 5.15-1-59 11 IRIS RD SERRARO, PAUL & KATHLEEN
16.06-2-23 8 SPRINGDALE RD PERAGINE, JANET ASLLANI, ADNAN & SELVET
16.14-2-83 8 TOMPKINS RD NAVATTA, CHRISTOPHER M. & 5.15-2-20 11 MAGNOLIA DR KAPLAN, LINDA B. &
16.14-3-11 8 WRIGHT RD MILTON, LAWRENCE & MARIA PUFF, JAMES B & EDITH
16.14-1-41 9 BROOKSIDE DR BUNNEY, STEVEN P 5.15-1-22 11 OLIVE DR SPEARS, BROCK M
16.10-1-49 9 CREST DR QUINN, PAUL W REDA, SAID & IRENE C
16.14-2-26 9 DELLWORTH DR RIVERA, CLEMENTE & 5.19-3-80.5 12 ALDER RD ESKRIDGE, PAUL & AMY
16.14-2-48 9 GREENE RD GARCIA, CARLOS M. AKA PEREZ-BARLOW, PATRICIA A
16.14-2-66 9 GRIFFIN PL MITCHELL, CHARLES, CORA & 5.15-1-16 12 BOXWOOD DR CURRAN, JOSEPH & SUSAN
16.14-2-78 9 HORTON RD DUSTIN, CURTIS W. & KING, JANNEL V. &
16.14-3-59 9 LAKESIDE LN LEE, SHINJIN & 5.15-2-94 12 DAISY DR CRAFT, WILLIAM F &
16.14-3-33 9 MILLER AVE ORTH, WARREN A
16.05-2-13 9 NORTH PARKWAY DR CARDOZO, FARID & 5.15-3-71 12 FLOWER DR SEE LEGALS PAGE 33
16.06-1-21 9 NORTH SHENOROCK DR MANZELLA, FRANCIS J. &
16.10-3-24 9 OLD MILL RD FARINELLA, KEVIN 5.15-3-47 12 GERANIUM DR
16.05-3-45 9 ORCHARD DR SCAVELLI, GREGORY S &
5.15-3-34 12 HEMLOCK DR
5.19-2-55 12 HICKORY RD
5.19-2-15 12 LARCH DR
5.15-1-89 12 PEACH RD
5.19-1-34 12 WILLOW RD
5.19-3-35 13 BIRCH RD
5.15-3-59 13 FLOWER DR
5.15-2-47 13 HEMLOCK DR
5.15-2-93 14 DAISY DR
5.19-3-47 14 DOGWOOD RD
5.19-2-54 14 HICKORY RD
5.19-1-46 14 ORANGE DR
5.18-2-3 14 TULIP RD
5.19-3-64 15 DOGWOOD RD
5.15-3-60 15 FLOWER DR
5.15-1-39 15 TULIP RD
5.19-2-40 15 WILLOW RD
5.14-1-24.5 16 ACACIA DR
5.15-2-92 16 DAISY DR
5.15-3-62 16 FLOWER DR
5.15-2-15 16 GREENWOOD DR
5.15-3-89 16 JUNIPER DR
5.15-2-43 16 LOCUST DR
5.15-3-16 16 NARCISSUS DR
5.19-1-35.1 16 NYMPH DR
5.15-1-65.5 16 OLIVE DR
5.19-1-47 16 ORANGE DR
5.18-2-4 16 TULIP RD
5.19-1-45 16 WILLOW RD
5.15-3-61 17 FLOWER DR
Thursday, August 1, 2019 LEGAL NOTICES The Somers Record – Page 33
LEGALS 5.19-1-27 23 MYRTLE DR VON ELM, FRANK JR &
FROM PAGE 32 5.15-1-72 23 NARCISSUS DR WEINSTEIN, SEYMOUR
5.15-3-21 17 GREENWOOD DR SPARACINO, IRENE 5.15-2-88 24 DAISY DR REALBUTO, STEVE H. &
5.19-1-30 17 MYRTLE DR MINNICH, WILLIAM J & 5.15-2-54.1 24 HEMLOCK DR OSTROFSKY, FREDERICK &
5.19-1-52 17 ORANGE DR WIGGINS, CHRISTOPHER 5.19-1-9 24 LARCH DR KRANTZ, ERIK WILLIAM &
5.19-3-82.5 18 ALDER RD VUCETOVIC, AMET & 5.19-1-39 24 NYMPH DR POLITO, TRACY A.
5.14-1-18 18 BOXWOOD DR SCHLEISSMANN, DAVID & 5.15-1-76 24 OLIVE DR ROBERTS, BRAD & LISA
5.15-2-14 18 GREENWOOD DR KELLY, ELIZABETH 5.19-1-14 25 LARCH DR CONNOLLY, PATRICK &
5.19-1-6 18 LARCH DR CRISTIANO, KATHLEEN E. & 5.19-1-49 25 NYMPH DR MARTINEZ, AMALIA
5.15-2-42 18 LOCUST DR MERWIN, CHRISTOPHER L & 5.15-2-87 26 DAISY DR JACOB, GLENN & MARILYN
5.19-1-36 18 NYMPH DR DIPASQUALE, CHRISTOPHER & 5.15-2-53 26 HEMLOCK DR FINGER, SHEILA A &
5.19-1-48 18 ORANGE DR CARRILLO, JOSEPH & 5.19-1-10 26 LARCH DR FERRUCCI, RAYMOND &
5.18-2-7 18 TULIP RD KELLY, MARY EILEEN 5.15-2-9 26 NARCISSUS DR ROBLES, JAVIER
5.14-1-22 19 ACACIA DR GIBSON, JONATHAN & YAMILY 5.19-1-13 27 LARCH DR BENTO, MONICA &
5.15-2-49 19 HEMLOCK DR MEGLAUGHLIN, DAVID B 5.15-1-83 27 NARCISSUS DR RAY, JOHN D. & PAMELA R.
5.19-3-27 19 LAKE SHORE DR S STANTON, ROBERT & HELGA 5.19-1-51 27 TULIP RD GENUALDO, ANTHONY E.
5.19-1-29 19 MYRTLE DR REIMANN, HERBERT & TRACY 5.15-1-50 28 JUNIPER DR CURTIS, ROBERT L &
5.15-1-74 19 NARCISSUS DR PFAFFENBACH, EVELYN (LE) 5.15-2-8 28 NARCISSUS DR PFAFFENBACH, MICHAEL
5.15-1-90 19 OLIVE DR PUTNAM/WESTCHESTER 5.19-1-12 29 LARCH DR PETERS, JOHN C & VIVIAN L
5.15-1-91 2 ACACIA DR FERRELL, MARLENE 5.15-1-82 29 NARCISSUS DR STERLING, WILLIAM L III &
5.19-3-23 2 ASPEN RD WRIGHT, JOSEPH & 5.19-3-51 3 ALDER RD CAREY, ROGER D
5.15-1-10 2 BOXWOOD DR REPP, MICHAEL J. ( JR) & 5.19-3-29 3 ASPEN RD RATH, JUDY
5.19-3-42 2 CEDAR RD LOPEZ, MARIA A. & 5.19-3-69 3 DOGWOOD RD GRIFFIN, THOMAS P.
5.15-1-23 2 COTTONWOOD DR MOSS, KEVIN & CAROLYN 5.15-2-80 3 ELM RD DI MARZO, JOSEPH & LINDA
5.19-3-72 2 DOGWOOD RD SEGRETO, MICHAEL & LINDA 5.15-1-41 3 EVERGREEN DR ZALESKI, JEFFREY & TRACY
5.15-2-82 2 ELDER RD DAWSON, JOSEPH G. 5.15-2-34 3 FERN RD YURSA, JOHN & JOHANNE
5.15-2-67 2 ELM RD FULLTERON, BRIAN & 5.15-2-73 3 FOREST RD HUNTER, TIMOTHY M. &
5.15-2-3 2 FERN RD SANTANIELLO, ERNEST & 5.15-3-64 3 GREENWOOD DR GAJDA, ROBERT & JENNIFER
5.15-2-76 2 GREENWOOD DR MULHOLLAND, PATRICIA A. 5.15-3-28 3 HEMLOCK DR CANNON, COLLETTE
5.15-3-39 2 HEMLOCK DR BARRON, VINCENT & 5.15-3-73 3 HOLLY RD DE VITO, RICHARD C. &
5.19-2-58 2 HICKORY RD SPEZIALE, VICTOR & 5.15-3-6.5 3 IRIS RD RITACCO, JASON E. &
5.15-3-66.5 2 HOLLY RD AMATO, GEORGE & ALLISON 5.15-3-20.1 3 LOCUST DR SPEARS, BROCK M. &
5.15-3-74 2 IVY RD GLAESER, BARBARA 5.15-2-16 3 MAGNOLIA DR KAMINSKI, JOHN PAUL J. &
5.15-3-3 2 NARCISSUS DR TANNENBAUM, GERALD S & 5.19-2-33 3 MYRTLE DR LEGERET, TERENCE W &
5.19-2-46 2 ORANGE DR DEL POZZO, CHARLES & JANE 5.15-1-64 3 NARCISSUS DR STECK, JAMES
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5.19-1-4 2 WILLOW RD DESPOT, ODELLE 5.14-1-34 3 PEACH RD TOOMA, THOMAS J. ( JR) &
5.14-1-16.5 20 BOXWOOD DR LANGAN, KENNETH & DONNA M 5.19-3-57 3 PINE COURT KOLBA, DOROTHY
5.15-2-90 20 DAISY DR DWYER, MICHAEL J & 5.14-1-26 3 RAMBLER RD MC GUIRE, THOMAS J &
5.15-2-13 20 GREENWOOD DR DRISCOLL, MICHAEL & 5.19-1-68 3 VINE RD MC DERMOTT, MICHAEL E &
5.19-1-7 20 LARCH DR GRIFFIN, FRANCIS & 5.15-1-53 32 JUNIPER DR LOPEZ, GILBERT & ROSANA
5.15-2-41 20 LOCUST DR CASIMIR, ANDY P. & 5.15-2-5 32 NARCISSUS DR SCHERIFF, LINDA IRENE
5.19-1-37 20 NYMPH DR SCHMIDT, W. KEITH 5.18-2-14 32 TULIP RD REISDORF, BRUCE E & ANITA
5.15-1-70 20 OLIVE DR BOUZA, ROBERT & CHERYL 5.19-1-53 33 TULIP RD FREY, RICHARD & ALEXIS M
5.15-2-83 21 DAISY DR PARILLO, ANTHONY 5.15-1-43 34 JUNIPER DR DE VITO, MICHAEL PAUL
5.15-2-64 21 GERANIUM DR MARI, WILLIAM & ELIZABETH 5.15-2-4 34 NARCISSUS DR COOGAN, MICHAEL J &
5.15-2-32 21 LOCUST DR BEADLE, ANTHONY & PAMELA 5.18-2-15 34 TULIP RD SEMINARA-POLITO, JOANNE P
5.19-1-28 21 MYRTLE DR ESPOSITO, VICTOR & 5.15-1-84 4 ACACIA DR ESTRADA ERNEST & ANNA C
5.15-2-89 22 DAISY DR MEZA, ADAM A. & 5.19-3-31.5 4 BIRCH RD KLYSZ, BEATRICE M
5.19-1-8 22 LARCH DR U.S. BANK TRUST, N.A. 5.15-1-11 4 BOXWOOD DR DOMAN, MONTY & KAREN
5.15-2-12 22 NARCISSUS DR CABRERA, JOSE & MARIA 5.19-3-43 4 CEDAR RD FOXHALL, SUSAN B
5.18-2-9 22 TULIP RD KOTTMANN, WILLIAM & 5.19-3-73 4 DOGWOOD RD MALEK, JOSEPH & KAREN
5.14-1-23 23 ACACIA DR MARTIN, MANUEL & 5.15-2-81 4 ELDER RD STUPPLEBEEN, ALLEN &
5.15-2-86 23 DAISY DR ZYWOTCHENO, ALEX & 5.15-2-66 4 ELM RD HERZEGOVITCH, LAURA
5.19-1-15.1 23 LARCH DR MILLER, BRYAN & 5.15-1-34 4 EVERGREEN DR COMPTON, PATRICIA M
5.15-2-2 4 FERN RD BOYD, VICTOR K III &
5.15-2-77 4 GREENWOOD DR ENJO, JOSE A & MARIA C
5.15-3-38 4 HEMLOCK DR LEE, DOUGLAS W & INA C
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5.15-3-68.5 4 HOLLY RD GIROLAMO, RUSSELL P. &
5.15-3-27 4 IRIS RD SHEIK, JONATHAN
5.15-3-2 4 NARCISSUS DR DAVIS, ROSETTA
5.15-1-54 4 OLIVE DR DABROWSKI, STANISLAW &
5.19-2-47 4 ORANGE DR SWEET, JOANNA A.
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5.19-2-3 43 JUNIPER DR STRANG, NICHOLAS &
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LEGALS 5.15-1-4 7 ACACIA DR GHELARDUCCI, STEVEN &
5.19-3-38 7 BIRCH RD SAFRIS, KAREN A.
FROM PAGE 33 5.15-1-19 7 BOXWOOD DR LOPEZ, GILBERT & ROSANA
5.15-1-30 7 COTTONWOOD DR KEYBANK NA SMB
5.19-3-54 47 LAKE SHORE DR S FERRETTI, DOUGLAS & 5.19-3-67 7 DOGWOOD RD YOUNGMAN TRUSTS -
5.19-3-28 5 ASPEN RD RADI, KAREN L. 5.15-2-23 7 FERN RD EVERS, MICHAEL J. &
5.19-3-48.5 5 CEDAR RD DAVIDOVA, VALENTINA & 5.15-3-55 7 FLOWER DR CAMPAGNA, AUDREY A
5.19-3-68 5 DOGWOOD RD REIT, PETER & ALYSSA 5.15-2-70 7 FOREST RD STUCKERT, DAVID & JOANN
5.15-2-68 5 ELDER RD FRIDOVICH, LAWRENCE & 5.15-3-42 7 GERANIUM DR CURRY, JOSEPH A.
5.15-1-40.1 5 EVERGREEN DR FABLE, WALTER & 5.15-3-30 7 HEMLOCK DR KEARNS, PATRICK E &
5.15-3-41 5 GERANIUM DR EMPIRE STATE RE LLC 5.19-2-61 7 HICKORY RD CAROL, VALERIE J
5.15-3-63 5 GREENWOOD DR DOWNES, ROBERT G. & 5.15-2-18 7 MAGNOLIA DR HEALY, LISA A.
5.15-3-29 5 HEMLOCK DR KELLEHER, PATRICIA 5.19-2-31 7 MYRTLE DR RUTH, LORI ANN
5.19-2-60 5 HICKORY RD JAKLITSCH, WM H & 5.19-1-73.1 7 ORANGE DR O’LOUGHLIN, WILLIAM T &
5.15-3-72 5 HOLLY RD MORSELLI, THOMAS 5.14-1-36 7 PEACH RD MASON, JAMES W JR &
5.15-3-18.5 5 LOCUST DR MOTTOLA, ROY 5.14-1-28 7 RAMBLER RD SHIRES, ANDREW & STACY K.
5.15-2-17 5 MAGNOLIA DR CUCCIA, PAUL 5.14-1-9 7 SYCAMORE RD ALEXANDER, RICHARD &
5.19-2-32 5 MYRTLE DR PURPURA, BRETT J. & 5.19-1-62 7 TAMARACK RD MANCINI, STEPHEN & ROSA
5.15-1-63 5 NARCISSUS DR FARRAR, BLAKE & 5.19-1-70 7 VINE RD DAMMERS, REBECCA A
5.19-2-43 5 NYMPH DR FOX, CHARLES & EILEEN (LE 5.14-1-32 8 ACACIA DR FAWCETT, RICHARD J. ( JR.)
5.15-1-32.1 5 OLIVE DR LLOYD, WILLIAM T 5.19-3-78 8 ALDER RD O’GRADY, KENNETH & SHARON
5.19-2-50 5 ORANGE DR BRODERICK, DIANE R M 5.19-3-46 8 CEDAR RD 8 CEDAR ROAD, LLC.
5.14-1-35 5 PEACH RD DURAN, DONTAE J. & 5.15-2-97 8 DAISY DR BARTNETT, JANINE
5.14-1-27 5 RAMBLER RD SALVATI, RICHARD & 5.19-3-52 8 DOGWOOD RD FALLON, MALACHY V JR &
5.14-1-10 5 SYCAMORE RD CULLEN, MARTIN R & 5.15-1-36 8 EVERGREEN DR ROSS, MICHAEL H. &
5.19-1-61 5 TAMARACK RD COVIELLO,GERALD & 5.15-3-80 8 FLOWER DR CANTARINO, FRANCISCO &
5.19-1-69 5 VINE RD ISAYEV, YURIY A 5.15-2-69 8 FOREST RD ANTELO, STACY
5.19-1-3 57 JUNIPER DR MEANEY, FRANCIS 5.15-3-48 8 GERANIUM DR SPOSATO, FIORE JR &
5.19-1-2 59 JUNIPER DR HAMMEL, KEITH R & 5.15-2-79 8 GREENWOOD DR ABRAMS, SCOTT M. &
5.19-3-76.5 6 ALDER RD GRIECO, JAMES D JR 5.15-3-77 8 IVY RD KURUTZ, ROBERT J & JANE F
5.19-3-33 6 BIRCH RD SCHINDLER, JONATHAN & 5.15-3-23 8 LOCUST DR POREMBA, ANTONI & ANNA
5.15-1-12 6 BOXWOOD DR RATH, HAROLD (LT) 5.15-3-1 8 NARCISSUS DR FRANK, CHRISTIAN C.
5.19-3-44 6 CEDAR RD PHILLIPS, KATHRYN A. 5.19-2-37 8 NYMPH DR TEMMEL, ROSE
5.15-1-24 6 COTTONWOOD DR ALESSANDRO, KERRY J 5.15-1-61.5 8 OLIVE DR HOUGH, JEANNE C. &
5.19-3-74 6 DOGWOOD RD BRAZEIL, ALFRED T & 5.15-1-86 8 PEACH RD SIGNORILE, CHARLES F &
5.15-1-35 6 EVERGREEN DR SCHRECKE, KEITH R 5.14-1-38 8 RAMBLER RD KOEHNKEN, STEVEN &
5.15-2-1 6 FERN RD WINES, STEVEN & LAUREL 5.19-1-63 8 VINE RD LANZA, R.M. & SOMMER, H.S
5.15-2-78 6 GREENWOOD DR CARPINO, RONALD 5.19-1-20 8 WILLOW RD FATIGATE, MICHAEL J JR &
5.19-2-56 6 HICKORY RD KOSARIN, STEVEN & MEGAN 5.19-3-37 9 BIRCH RD BEST, JANET
5.15-3-70 6 HOLLY RD SLEZAK, GEORGE & TINA 5.15-1-28 9 COTTONWOOD DR LUX, SOCORRO
5.15-3-76 6 IVY RD JOHNSON, TY & LAUREN 5.15-3-31 9 HEMLOCK DR CAPONE, MADDALENA C
5.15-3-24 6 LOCUST DR TAUSEK, JR RONALD & 5.15-3-12 9 IRIS NA
5.15-2-24 6 MAGNOLIA DR WILSON, JAMES B & 5.15-3-17 9 LOCUST DR DE VITO FAMILY TRUST
5.19-2-26 6 MYRTLE DR CRUZ, WANDA 5.15-2-19 9 MAGNOLIA DR WHITE, JAMES & PATRICIA
5.19-2-36 6 NYMPH DR CARPENTIERI, FRANK N. & 5.19-2-41 9 NYMPH DR PAONE, ANTONIO & DUSOLINA
5.15-1-55 6 OLIVE DR WINTLE, ROBERT & REBECCA 5.14-1-8 9 SYCAMORE RD MULTARI, NICOLA & SOPHIA
5.19-2-48 6 ORANGE DR MASTRANTONI BROTHERS INC. 5.19-1-71 9 VINE RD CAPPELLINO JAMES J &
5.14-1-29 6 RAMBLER RD DONOVAN, MICHAEL & SHERRI 5.19-2-29 9 WILLOW RD HANNON, JAMES & NANCY
5.19-1-57 6 TAMARACK RD MULLANEY, THOMAS &
5.19-1-1 61 JUNIPER DR LUX, GEORGE R JR
NEW YORK STATE PROJECT IS LOCATED: the contact person. To ensure DEC COMMISSIONER has scheduled a Public Hearing
DEPARTMENT OF in SOMERS in timely service at the time of POLICY 29, ENVIRONMENTAL on August 14, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.
ENVIRONMENTAL inspection, it is recommended JUSTICE AND PERMITTING at the Town House, 335 Route
CONSERVATION NOTICE OF WESTCHESTER COUNTY that an appointment be made (CP-29): 202, Somers, New York, to
COMPLETE APPLICATION with the contact person. consider the application of Steve
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: It has been determined that Wilkinson & Brenda Jones for
Date: 07/23/2019 The project sponsor proposes STATE ENVIRONMENTAL the proposed action is not subject a Wetland Permit to construct
QUALITY REVIEW (SEQR) to CP-29. a sixteen foot by seventeen foot
APPLICANT: to disturb 5,671 square feet of the DETERMINATION: (16’ x 17’) addition, a three foot
TOWN OF SOMERS state regulated 100 foot adjacent AVAILABILITY FOR PUBLIC (3’) screen porch expansion and
SOMERS TOWN HOUSE area of NYS Freshwater Wetland Project is an Unlisted Action COMMENT: curtain drain, as shown on a plan
335 ROUTE 202 F-1 (Class I) in order to construct and will not have a significant entitled Site Plan prepared by
SOMERS, NY 10589 a pedestrian sidewalk and a bridge impact on the environment. Comments on this project John Karell, Jr. PE dated April
over a stream along NYS Route A Negative Declaration is on must be submitted in writing to 23, 2019.
FACILITY: 202 between Towne Centre at file. A coordinated review was the Contact Person no later than
SOMERS DOWNTOWN Somers and the Somers Middle performed. 08/15/2019 or 15 days after the The site is located on the west
School. Bridge abutments are publication date of this notice, side of Annarock Drive and
HAMLET SIDEWALK & located at 10 and 13 feet from SEQR LEAD AGENCY: whichever is later. is located in an R-80 Zoning
PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE the bed of a Tributary to New Somers Town Board District and is designated on the
Croton Reservoir (Waters Index CONTACT PERSON: Town Tax Map as Sheet: 28.05,
RTE 202 FROM 254-266 No. H-31-P 44-18, Class C[T]). STATE HISTORIC MICHAEL V GROSSO Block 1, Lot 7.
RTE 202 Project will disturb less than 20 PRESERVATION ACT (SHPA) NYSDEC
linear feet of the banks of this DETERMINATION: 21 S Putt Corners Rd Anyone is invited to attend
SOMERS, NY 10589 watercourse. New Paltz, NY 12561 and will be heard on the aforesaid
Evaluation using a Structural- matter.
APPLICATION ID: AVAILABILITY OF Archaeological Assessment TOWN OF SOMERS
3-5552-00213/00001 APPLICATION DOCUMENTS: Form or other information has WESTCHESTER COUNTY BY ORDER OF THE
concluded that the proposed PLANNING BOARD
PERMITS(S) APPLIED FOR: Filed application documents, activity will not impact NEW YORK
l -Article 15 Title 5 Stream and Department draft permits registered, eligible or inventoried PUBLIC NOTICE: John Currie, Chairman
where applicable, are available archaeological sites or historic
Disturbance for inspection during normal structures. NOTICE IS HEREBY Barbara J. Sherry, Secretary
1 - Article 24 Freshwater business hours at the address of GIVEN that the Planning Board
July 31, 2019
Thursday, August 1, 2019 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE The Somers Record – Page 35
How does Social Security ﬁt into your retirement strategy?
It might not be on your calendar, but spouse’s, whichever is sponsored retirement socialsecurity.gov.
Aug. 14 is Social Security Day. larger. Consequently, GUEST plan. You may want to One nal word: You may have
CORNER consult with a nancial concerns about the stability of Social
Since it was enacted on Aug. 14, the higher-earning professional, who can Security. While no one can predict the
1935, Social Security has provided spouse might want
some nancial support for millions to postpone taking MICHAEL look at your entire future, many potential solutions exist to
of Americans during their retirement bene ts for as long as O’DONOVAN retirement income put the program on more solid footing.
years. While Social Security bene ts, by possible to maximize picture and recommend Consequently, try to focus on the actions
themselves, probably aren’t enough to the survivor bene t. moves to help you you can control.
enable you to retire comfortably, they can • How much can I achieve the lifestyle
be a key part of your overall retirement earn without reducing my Social Security you’ve envisioned for your later years. is article was written by Edward Jones
income strategy – if you use them wisely. bene ts? If you are younger than your Keep in mind that your decisions for use by your local nancial advisor,
To help you make decisions about full retirement age and you are receiving about Social Security ling strategies Michael O’Donovan, at 247 Route 100,
Social Security, you will need to answer Social Security, the Social Security should always be based on your speci c Suite 200, Somers, NY 10589 (next to
these questions: Administration will withhold $1 from needs and health considerations. For Somers Sports Arena). Reach him at
• When should I start taking my your bene ts for each $2 you earn over more information, visit the Social 914-401-9218 or [email protected]
bene ts? You can take Social Security a certain threshold (which, in 2019, is Security Administration website at edwardjones.com.
once you reach 62, but if you wait until $17,640). For the year you reach your
your full retirement age, which will full retirement age, your bene ts could
probably be between 66 and 67, you’ll be withheld by $1 for every $3 you earn PUZZLE SOLUTIONS
get much bigger monthly checks, and if over $46,920. But once you reach your
you wait until 70, you’ll get the biggest full retirement age, you can earn as much Corresponding to Last Week’s July 25 Issue
possible payments. Before deciding when as you want without your bene ts being
to begin receiving your bene ts, you’ll withheld, although your bene ts could
need to weigh a few factors, including still be taxed, depending on your income.
your estimated longevity and your other • How much of my pre-retirement
sources of income. income will Social Security replace?
• How should I consider potential Generally speaking, you should expect
spousal bene ts? If you are married, or Social Security to replace slightly more
if you’re divorced but were married for at than a third of your pre-retirement
least 10 years, you could receive up to half income. However, the higher your income
of your spouse’s full retirement bene t during your working years, the lower the
(o set by your own bene t, and reduced replacement value of Social Security will be.
if you claim early). If you outlive your • What other sources of retirement
spouse, you could claim survivor bene ts, income should I develop? Contribute
which can provide either your own as much as you can a ord to your IRA
bene ts or 100 percent of your deceased and your 401(k) or similar employer-
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