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More public discussions planned
BY CAROL REIF
PHOTO COURTESY If Somers doesn’t move forward on the formation of sewer
OF TARA SUAREZ districts in two of its lake communities, it might wind up ush-
ing a great opportunity down the toilet, insist town o cials.
ings that are at stake were laid out at a recent public hear-
Tori, a 13-year-old at Somers Middle School, used her summer vacation to paint messages of positivity on ing on the proposed multi-million-dollar infrastructure project
the stalls of the bathroom doors. She took it upon herself to contact and arrange everything with the school hosted by the Town Board and held at Somers Middle School.
to help girls boost their self esteem and remember that they are awesome everyday!
e high density of aging septic elds and cesspools in both
e school district was especially proud to see Tori take the initiative. the Shenorock and Lincolndale communities is impacting the
“I am thankful for students at Somers Middle School like Tori who are standing up as leaders and taking watershed, which include supplies reservoirs owned by the
steps to improve our school,” said Jennifer Spirelli, assistant principal at SMS. “ oughts become words, New York City Department of Environmental Protection.
words become actions, and actions become who we are.Tori did an excellent job with this project. I can’t wait
for students to return to school and experience the same feeling I had upon entering the bathrooms.” And polluted Lake Shenorock—once the center of the com-
munity—has deteriorated to the point where it’s been closed to
swimming and has been designated an “at-risk waterbody” by
the state Department of Environmental Protection.
Lake Lincolndale is showing similar signs of eutrophica-
tion. Algae blooms recently forced the county Department of
Health to close it to swimming.
Mother Nature is partly to blame. e soil is poor and the
bedrock and groundwater have shallow depths.
Replacing a single failed septic system can cost $10-50,000,
according to Kenneth Kohlbrener, of Woodard & Curran, the
town’s engineering consultants.
e federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) de-
nes septic density as “high” when there are more than 40
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SEWERS rissey, chair of the NWWC: “ ese funds trict on Sept. 12 and submit its grant ap- they pump out their septic tanks, some-
FROM PAGE 1
have been caught in a bureaucratic mess plication to WIIA the next day. thing that costs about $400, and has to be
for the past 20 years, but signi cant prog- done every two years. So the buy-in fee is
systems in a square mile area. Shenorock ress has been made.” CLOCK’S TICKING “essentially a wash” for those folks.
has 2,150; Lincolndale, 1,780. It’s going to take a vote of at least nine e original $68 million pot of grant Shenorock’s Norine McArdle called the
Even if folks don’t care about the envi- county lawmakers to make Somers’ sewer money has been whittled down to about project “exciting,” but wondered when -
ronment, or if their wells become tainted dreams come true. Action is expected ei- $30 million over the years by requests from nancing would be wrapped up. After the
and New York City residents lose a source ther in November—or in January, after other municipalities in the region, including 30-year bond is paid o , unless “more debt is
of clean drinking water, there are econom- budget season. North Salem, which used its $10 million to taken on for upgrades,”Barbagallo explained.
ic factors to consider. Once it gets the county’s blessings, the sewer the Peach Lake community; and Bed- Lincolndale’s Lisa Healy worried about
Dumping reliance on septic systems lifts town can segue into design and construc- ford, which purchased the sewage treatment zoning law changes and whether this
limits on development, allows property tion mode. It aims to start the bidding plant at a local prison to service its school meant more properties could be developed,
owners to add to their homes, and results process in late 2020 and have toilets ush- system and Katonah’s business district. changing the character of the community.
in potentially higher property values and an ing by 2021. ere are other communities eyeing Barbagallo said the R-10 zoning would
enhanced tax base. And having somewhere the remaining money, and at some point remain in place. e county oversees sep-
nice to swim or sh in would return She- ‘LOW COST SOLUTION’ the folks with their ngers on the purse tic issues and determines the number of
norock and Lincolndale to the vibrant lake Sending its wastewater to Peekskill strings are going to give it to the ones bedrooms allowed based on each system’s
communities they once were, the town says. rather than to Heritage Hills’ treatment who’ve shown progress. capacity. Any lot can be developed as long
plant will save each homeowner an aver- “So if the town of Somers ever needed as it meets local zoning and environmen-
THREE PRONGED STRATEGY age $300 in annual operation and main- any initiative to put a program together it’s tal regulations. e $10 million earmarked
e town has developed a three-pronged tenance costs. now,” Morrissey said. for Phase 1 cannot be used to connect ex-
strategy for improving water quality, engi- “It is the low-cost solution. And we’ve Once Somers gets its foot in the door, isting buildings, not vacant land.
neering consultant Joe Barbagallo told the tried to keep it as low as possible by intro- Latimer has promised to push the city, Shenorock’s Trisha LaBella, whose
crowd ursday, Aug. 15. ducing grant monies. We’re not going to which has “placed in an obligation on property rolls down to the lake but is not
e rst involved using $875,500 in fund this entirely moving forward on your northern Westchester” to protect its water in the proposed district, questioned the
state grants to install stormwater retro- tax dollars,” Barbagallo said. supplies,” for more funding. way lines were drawn.
ts to keep phosphorus and other bad e town, which employs a full-time If things don’t move forward, there will “A lot of people are excluded, even
stu from getting into Lake Shenorock. grant writer, is chasing another $3 mil- be no more “buckets” of money coming, though they live on the lake. I know there’s
Improvements were completed last May. lion in funding through the state’s Water because New York City has told them a line, but there’s also topography that
Somers is seeking funding to do the same Infrastructure Improvement Act (WIIA). that “they are not going to grant any more comes into play.” Holding up the handout,
for Lake Lincolndale. According to a handout distributed at money to the county until this initial fund LaBella said: “ at kinda looks like my
Next up is the building of a sanitary the hearing, that would bring the initial is depleted,” Morrissey said. house and my backyard.”
sewer system. e last “prong” is the im- project up to $13 million and sewer up to “What this sewer district does is put a “We had to draw the line somewhere,
provement of recreational opportunities 88 properties in Shenorock and up to 45 stake in the ground. It says we’re serious and we drew it around the R-10 district,”
that could revitalize the lake communities. in Lincolndale. about doing something here,” said Coun- which has smaller lots where wastewater
“It took us a long time to get to this Project costs cover sewer mains, pump cilman Anthony Cirieco. “But if we don’t problems are more likely to occur and are
point,” Barbagallo said. stations, and connections to each property. act, rest assured that there are going to be harder to correct, Barbagallo responded.
In 1998, the NYCDEP socked away e line would come to within ve feet other communities that are going to want “Maybe there could be a commonsense
$68 million in a fund held by Westchester of a building, but the owner would be re- to secure those funds.” approach then to drawing the line for said
County. sponsible for closing the gap and interior Granted, the town would have gotten district,” LaBella countered.
In 2006, the Northern Westchester plumbing. Phase 1, costing $10-13 million more for its money if it was spent earlier, ose outside the lines can petition the
Watershed Committee, made up of town is 100 percent funded. Phase 2A’s cost is said Councilman Rich Clinchy, but “that’s town to get in. “We’re not closing the door
supervisors and county representatives, ear- $28.1-$30.1 million, with funding at $18- water under the bridge so to speak.” on allowing you into the sewer district,”
marked $10 million of that to sewer She- 20 million; Phase 2B, $21.1-22.1 million, If the project is done right “the city Morrissey told her.
norock and Lincolndale. It re-committed with funding at $16.5-$17.5 million. wins, the town wins, and individual home- One resident wondered if the town
the funds in 2019. So “all of the commu- Without outside funding, Kohlbrener owners win,” he said. hadn’t considered installing an aerator and
nities in northern Westchester County are said, the project could cost “three to four stocking the lake with sh that consume
behind moving this forward,” he said. times what we’re talking about.” PUBLIC SPEAKS aquatic weeds.
“A lot of folks might be thinking … It is currently looking at ways to add Lincolndale’s Paul Mastrantoni ques- Morrissey said he’d also like to see Lake
1998 … 2019. A lot of time has passed. about 50 parcels to the district which would tioned the “buy-in”fee. Barbagallo explained Shenorock dredged but the town can’t get
Why haven’t we spent this money and why double “the number of connections we can that Westchester has invested a lot in its funding for that until it proves its han-
haven’t we built our sewers? A lot of it has provide for about a third of the cost,”he said. sewage system. All property owners within dling all of its contaminants.
to do with a historic barrier that’s in place Average annual costs for homeowners the Somers district would pay an average “I still want to make Dennis’s (Den-
… a political barrier at the county level. In are not to exceed $1,200 when all proper- $170-$184 annually, depending on their nis DiSanto, stalwart steward of the lake)
order for these projects to move forward, ties “are up and ushing,” he said. ese home’s assessed value. at fee “sunsets”after dream come true and have people swim
the county has to expand its sewer district cover the county buy-in ($184), operation 10 years. Should the county have to upgrade there one day,” Morrissey said.
for its wastewater treatment plant in Peek- and maintenance of the system ($302), infrastructure, all the communities in the Public hearings have been scheduled for
skill,” Barbagallo said and nancing ($710). Actual per property larger district would shoulder the cost. 7 p.m., ursday, Sept. 5, and ursday,
Wastewater from e Preserve at costs are based on assessed values and could “You would be in the sewer district. at Sept 12 at the Somers Town House, 335
Somers, a development in Baldwin Place, range from $500 to $2,200 per year. e is a major bene t. is is our chance to get Route 202.
already goes to Peekskill, but its infrastruc- state comptroller has to approve the rate. in. e county is not likely to open that Shenorock’s Stacy Silverstein urged
ture was intended to take wastewater from e town plans to confab with grant door again for us,” Barbagallo said. people to make their concerns heard, say-
Lincolndale and Shenorock as well. consultants in September on a wider - Properties not included in Phase 1 ing: “ ey cannot design this without all
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Somers woman’s play to debut at upcoming festival
BY VIN GALLO for the event will go on sale August 15 at Halt! Halt! Back up! to tell—a message that attempts to shed light on
CONTRIBUTING WRITER philipstowndepottheatre.org. A girl singing softly. the importance of caring for the environment.
Food. Glo-ri-ous food.
Once Kathy Neggers has a writing idea e play’s plot, adapted from a short sto- “It used to be once a week I’d read some-
in her head, it stays there. ry, re ects a dystopian way of life very fa- e repetitive drone of a computer’s thing about climate change,” she says.
miliar to its cast members. Kate Eana, who voice. “Now it’s every day. It seems like things are
It’s there when she’s trying to sleep. plays a scared 4-year old girl in the produc- getting progressively worse.”
When she’s showering.When she’s driving. tion’s opening, says the setting reminds her Dinner. eater. Is. Illegal.
e cast is con dent that the play can By telling a story of a world that’s fallen
“ e characters are there trying to get of Pixar’s 2008 lm, WALL-E. deliver a sobering what-if, without the au- into despair, Neggers hopes to help people
out,” Neggers says. Such a bleak way of living has also been dience feeling as though their current mor- appreciate what they have now and moti-
Neggers loves storytelling. e process of recognizably portrayed in TV shows. als are being attacked. vate them to protect the earth.
putting her thoughts onto paper or a docu- “Before I read (the script) Kathy spoke to “It doesn’t feel like Kathy is necessarily “You want to get your message out, but
ment is what excites her the most—when she’s me about it and it seemed really interesting pointing ngers or blaming anyone,” Ro- you don’t want to preach to people. Because
able to read what’s come together after nding because it reminded me of (Black Mirror),” driguez said. “When it’s performed, I just people don’t like to be preached to,” Neg-
the exact wording she wants to express. Becca Rodriguez, of Somers, who plays an hope it gives people a moment to re ect.” gers says.“So, I wanted to do it in a way that
“If I could just sit all day and write, I 8-year old girl, said. everybody could understand. People have
would,” she said. “It could be a Black Mirror episode, or REHEARSAL been granddaughters, people have been
Neggers has never felt as though she’s ever a Twilight Zone episode. It really has that ere is still over a month before the per- grandmothers. And they want the best for
experienced writer’s block. She has always black and white essence of the future. It’s formance date and the cast of ve is gather- their grandchildren.”
gone wherever her thoughts take her. With really smart. I like it.” ing for an hour-long rehearsal. “Dinner eater” has been in the works
this approach,she has delved into the literature Neggers came up with the story idea In the story, Margie Marek, of Mahopac, for about six months now. For now, Neg-
of playwright, and created her rst ever play. while enrolled in a writing class. Her as- will be playing Neggers’ favorite character, gers is as ready as she is anxious about Sep-
A production called “Dinner eater,”that signed topic was on the dinner theater, a a computer named LEXi-9000 that helps tember 7. ough, as she sits in her home,
will be performed on September 7, at 4 p.m. theater where meals are included with the the grandmother teach her grandchild slowly scanning the script while the cast
at Philipstown Depot eatre in Garrison. price of admission into plays. about the time when food was more plenti- reads their lines, she is able to take in the
e story of “Dinner eater” is set dur- After a few days of brainstorming, Neg- ful. LEXi-9000 is also the only character in anticipation that the characters she once
ing the 2030s. It’s a world where food and gers came up with the idea of providing a the play who has a name—a decision made merely visualized, now have life.
water are scarce. People aren’t exactly living. futuristic portrayal of her topic. e idea by Neggers to highlight a certain loss of She can hear LEXi-9000’s monotone
ey’re simply surviving. A grandmother that, years from now, people will no longer humanity su ered by people in the future. voice through Marek.
go to the dinner theater, because there will
is trying to tell her granddaughter of a dif- be no food to go with the show. “I hope (the play is) eye opening for (the Dinner. eater. Is. Illegal.
ferent time—when food tasted good, when audience). is is not necessarily a por- “I’m the director, I’m the producer, (and)
there was an abundance of it, and when “We do so much with food that revolves trayal of the (de nite) future, but this is we have to get our own props and actors.
people went to the dinner theater. around socialization,”Neggers says.“ en what something that could potentially happen,” at in the process is a little terrifying,”
e play will be a part of the 13th Annu- if suddenly it didn’t? What would life be like?” Marek says.“If this is where we’re going, we Neggers says. “But as I see it while I’m
al Aery eatre Company 20/20 One-Act She could visualize everything. Gun re,
Festival, where there are 20 plays each per- have to do something about it now.” watching the actors speak my words and
formed in a 20-minute timeframe. Tickets screaming, shouting and the stomping of
boots during riots over water. Jane Kartsch, of Mahopac, who plays the my actions, there’s something very exhila-
grandmother, supports the moral the play is set rating and exciting about that.”
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Life as we know it at’s a 10-4, Satin Doll!
You may have Remember ing at the clock and
heard that some the CB radio
knucklehead MAN can accurately predict craze back WHATWAS thinking they were
on the internet posted OVERBOARD the opening series of the in the 70s and early I THINKING? running a little late.
an invitation for other RICK Suddenly the phone
knuckleheads on the MELÉN rst Giants game this
year: First play, Saquon 80s? is was before RUTHANN rang. e woman
Barkley runs for a gain
of one-and-a-half yards. cell phones and the SCHEFFER calling had a “base
like took center station” (stationery
internet to “storm Area Second play, Manning stage. Bud and I location) and moni-
51” because “they can’t pass, incomplete. ird each had a CB radio tored the Taconic
stop all of us!” is post play, Manning pass, in our cars. His “handle” was Dia- Parkway--she had picked up Bud’s
is basically a classi ed ad, since Area 51 complete for three yards. Fourth play, Gi- mond Jim and mine was Satin Doll. emergency call. She advised that Bud’s
is classi ed as a highly classi ed area ants punt. Please laugh only when it turns We joined a CB club and made new car had broken down just over the
owned by the Air Force, presumably used out that I’m right. I could actually go on friends with Papa Bear, Lady Red, the Croton Dam Bridge and that I needed
to test experimental aircraft and weap- and predict the whole rst quarter if you’d Poet, Mud Turtle, Shoestring, Dodge to pick them up. When I arrived, the
ons. It’s nearby to a town called Rachel, like. I don’t believe in déjà vu, except that Boy, Mopar Kid, Golden Bear. Un- State Police were there along with a
population 54, less Rachel herself who every time I turn onto my street I feel like fortunately my memory fails me as I good Samaritan. Picture this: eerie,
died in 1980. No one knows if Area 51 is we’ve been down this road before. try to remember others, but we were a quiet darkness with the only lighting
involved with aliens from other planets, I guess maybe I believe in the para- good-sized group. from the other cars’ headlights, red and
because the Air Force plays things very normal more than I thought I did. One Aside from meetings, we got blue ashing lights trying to penetrate
close to the vest. What am I personally thing I certainly do believe in is life on together for Saturday night dances, a light fog, the groaning of the bridge
going to do about this? I’m going to open other planets. We went to a planetarium holiday parties and even a weekend in structure and the sounds of water softly
an ice cream truck in Area 50, which is last year, and they showed this huge the Poconos. Families were a big part lapping under the bridge. is was a
right next door, but nobody cares if you’re map of the universe, and each star on it of this experience. We had picnics perfect spooky setting for a haunted
there or not. It’s hot as hell in Nevada, could have 8 planets like ours, not count- where we had board games, old and Halloween night!
and nothing brings aliens closer together ing Uranus (unless you want me to), young played softball; however, the is experience involved the family:
than ice cream. Aliens, I don’t know if capable of supporting life. I started to favorite was a tug-o-war between We were taking a long weekend vaca-
you’re listening, but look at the side of the count all the stars, and I didn’t have time the “older guys” and the “youngsters.” tion with the boys and were traveling
truck and decide what you want BE- to count all of them but there were at Hearty laughter could be heard as on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. One
FORE it’s your turn to order, so you don’t least 26. What I de nitely don’t believe one-by-one the participants fell to the of my younger guys expressed fear
hold up the line. in is spaceship sightings. Why on Earth ground. e “oldsters” usually won but that we were “boxed” in by 18-wheel-
I’ll tell you right now I don’t believe in would aliens come to Earth? Music is not without erce competition from ers. Sure enough, one on each side,
paranormal activities. Most people who in a horrible state, there’s nothing but the kids. another in back of us and a truck in
know me will tell you that I also don’t reality shows on TV, and we seem to- Most CBers were respectful, helpful front. Bud signed on the CB, de-
believe in normal activities. I don’t believe tally unable to govern ourselves. If aliens and a calming in uence in an emer- scribed our car and told of our boy’s
in ghosts, for instance. Here’s a spoiler did invade us and take over the Earth, gency. If a motorist was lost, there was discomfort.
alert, because I don’t wish to ruin your re- odds are it could be an improvement. If always someone on the air who would “Not to worry, Dad. I’m in front
ligious beliefs, but why won’t people get it Illegal aliens do become a problem, we give directions, sending the driver of you and will be pulling over to the
through their thick heads that after you’re may have to do something about it. If I on the right route. Many times we’d right so you can go through.”
dead, it’s no di erent than before you am elected, I will build a HUGE force- receive a “10-42” which meant there As we passed, the truck driver gave
were born. e physical world survived eld around the United States, and I’m was an accident up ahead and we were us the horn—the boys had “signaled”
without you then, and it will keep sur- going to make the Martians pay for it. given an alternate route to follow. him to do so—and a big wave. anks
viving when you are gone, unless you’re Did you hear that Martians? BUILD One evening we had our own for easing a small boy’s fear!
reincarnated as an alien, of course. I don’t THE FORCE-FIELD! BUILD THE personal emergency. Bud and George, Another trip down memory lane.
believe in clairvoyance, even though I do FORCE-FIELD! SEE MELEN PAGE 10 Jr. were returning home from bowling is was a fun and outstanding experi-
boast some ability in that area myself. I in White Plains. I remember look- ence for our whole family.
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Our Happy Place
great children’s shop called Cap- further in from the ocean so I would boast, “You Hook ‘Em, Hamptons; and we have wit-
JUST tain Kid’s Toys, which had baby didn’t have to climb any steps. It We’ll Cook ‘Em.” It was amaz- nessed celebrity sightings galore:
JO ANN clothes with a nautical theme. I was a good feeling to walk on the ing to see the sherman bring in Billy Joel, Martha Stewart,
used to imagine that one day I beach and have the warm sand their catch and wait for it to be Lauren Bacall, Christy Brinkley,
JO ANN would take my own child there. between my toes. Again, I imag- served. Does it get any fresher Richard Gear and Mick Jagger.
FRANCELLA Rumrunner Home was another ined someday having my child than that? Sadly, after all those Not bad! Have they discovered
store we loved to visit; and after strengthen its leg muscles trying years, Wok and Roll closed its My Happy Place or have I dis-
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My husband, Ken, and many home furnishings there. out, she was like a little engine Celebrities abound in Mon- SEE FRANCELLA PAGE 13
I just returned from Unfortunately, since then, most that, when put down on the sand, tauk and the surrounding
“Our Happy Place.” of the shops have become cheap would zoom full speed ahead and
trinket shops with the same fearless into the ocean.
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MELEN choose to look it up. You may and all of a sudden they wake that hour but at least it isn’t the on their planet’s TV station.
not thank me for calling these up on the Moon. After they’ve
FROM PAGE 8 to your attention, but they are cracked each other up for half Moon. “You’re not at ALL what I was
somewhat fascinating because an hour going, “ at’s one giant
I read that a spaceship from they can survive extreme heat leap for tardigrade-kind, and I’m not going to whip my- expecting,” she says. “I thought
Israel crash-landed on the Moon and extreme cold while living one small step for tardigrades!”
and dumped these creatures in a state of suspended anima- “Yeah, because we’re micro- self into a lather just because you’d have this big round head,
called tardigrades all over the tion with no available water, and scopic! HAHAHAHA!,” reality
place. A tardigrade is a very possibly survive on the Moon. sets in and it’s pretty boring. we nd some damn protozoan dark goggly eyes, long, graceful
weird microscopic organism I’m sure they thought they were
that looks like an eight-legged just going to be hanging out on e same thing happened to me living on an ice cap on some limbs, etc.” “Well, let’s get to
pig with a shower drain stu ed the spaceship, enjoying the mild when I overslept on the train
into its mouth. It’s both adorable temperatures and available water, and ended up in Beacon. Beacon faraway planet, unless it comes the experiments,” I say. “How
and very disturbing should you is no breathtaking metropolis at
out that it’s highly advanced. do you reproduce, for instance?”
We humans think we’re pretty “We just use the Xerox ma-
smart stu , but I’m not even chine. It’s in the corner if you’d
sure people are highest on the like to have a go.” I put the
food chain here on Earth. I go alien into a shoe box with some
to work every morning, I take a lettuce. at’s what I always
car to a train to a bicycle to an used to do when I was a kid and
elevator, and I bust my buttons I caught a salamander or toad
for 8 solid hours, and during or something, and thought it
that time my cat sits around on might want to whip up a salad
its butt all day, gets all his meals, for itself. e alien makes a
his dry cleaning done and sleeps noise! It’s trying to converse
for 23 hours out of 24. Now you with me in its own language! I
tell me who’s smarter. By the open the box and it turns out
way I never heard one stupid the noise was made by the alien
thing come out of a protozoan’s tying my shoe laces together- I
mouth, possibly because I’m suppose I should have taken the
not exactly sure which end its shoes out of the shoe box.
mouth is on. But I’ve heard I’m not sure we need to travel
plenty of stupid things come light-years away to nd intel-
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Mind your manners
BY PAULETTE GAMBACORTA on bad behavior in romantic, in Business, in Politics, and at Yet what equally concerns even gratitude? We cut drivers o ,
GUEST COLUMNIST family and interpersonal rela- Home.” (I can think of quite this old non-conformist is the or weave in and out of tra c,
tionships. ( e “Dear Abby” a few people who should read increasing abandonment of more forcing others to slam on their
Most of us have heard column continues to this day.) the “in Politics” section.) Her face-to-face common courtesies. brakes. Slick road conditions
of “Ann Landers” and But before Ann & Abby, there rules were readily adopted across make no di erence. Appar-
“Dear Abby”. eir was Emily Post. Emily was the all classes of society, and it has We often won’t hold the door ently, using our turn signals has
columns, which appeared in self-appointed expert on literally been theorized that they were an open for the person following become optional. And we settle
newspapers across the country, every category of comportment. equalizer for immigrant groups right behind us. If someone our slow-moving four-wheeled
doled out advice to the lovelorn In fact, her 1922 best-seller was who were eager to understand does it for us, we often don’t say, asses in the passing lane, becom-
and brokenhearted and opined entitled, “Etiquette in Society, how to better assimilate into “ ank you.” ing left-lane dwellers. (A term
American society. Her stan- my husband coined on our many
WWhahtaist itshethmeomstocsotmcmomonmon dards for manners and behavior In the supermarket, we get trips down I95 to Florida.)
myoisummsaeinseam?gtahenadatcygooenuddistcieooenn?dthitaiot n were so popular that the phrase, into the “10 items or less” line,
“According to Emily Post…” knowing full well that we have ose ashing high-beams in
TThheeItIctchhy yDoDgo!g! entered the lexicon of her day. 20 items in our cart. Without so our rear-view mirror? “Screw
much as a sheepish, “Sorry,” we you!”
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ing that her “Etiquette” book fellow shoppers. We’ll stop dead In small groups and one-on-
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and stop the frequent trips to the vet. curriculum. Personally, my inner an aisle or doorway, oblivious to other mid-sentence or monopo-
hippie chafes at the thought of the fact that we’re blocking the lize the conversation so nobody
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I will always rest my elbows on past us. Conversation devolves into so-
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annoyingly loud volume. More ate way below the speed limit I would have hoped that an
and more these days, we’re talk- as soon as they’re in front of our increased awareness of our
ing about the need for exhibiting car? When, on occasion, we do similarities would have resulted
greater kindness, especially as it let another driver in, we can no in greater empathy, not less.
relates to political discourse, bul- longer expect to receive the once Have our electronic devices
lying and social media trolling. obligatory “thank you” wave. stripped away our humanity? I
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GAMBACORTA Where, Oh, Where, Is Dr. Kildare?
FROM PAGE 12 My grandson, Chris, his wife Silvia, THE malpractice suits are led every day. Gathering
and their baby daughter Vik, were SEASONED in a group probably gives the doctor a break in
think that answer is both overly visiting the other day when my CITIZEN malpractice insurance; it also alleviates him/her
dramatic and overly simplistic. If podiatrist, Dr. Harry Prywes, came to call. from billing and loads of other paperwork. is
I’m being honest, I’ve observed a
shift away from mannerly behav- Dr. Prywes has a practice in Westchester but ADRIENNE does, of course, put more layers between doctor
ior long before the prevalence of
computer and internet use. But makes house calls as well. is opened up a KAVELLE and patient.
there’s no denying that our smart-
phones are making us progressive- whole discussion between Chris and myself As a Seasoned Citizen I know how helpful it
ly more inwardly focused and less
aware of our surroundings and about why family doctors stopped making is to have Dr. Prywes see me at home. Perhaps if
the people in it. Has that made
us more sel sh, self-absorbed, house calls and how HMOs became preva- a group of geriatric specialists got together they
self-centered? We’re now accus-
tomed to instant grati cation: our lent. might also be able to make house calls, keeping a
Amazon purchases can arrive the
next day, and we can binge-watch ere used to be a personal relationship between patient and close personal relationship with the patient while still protecting
an entire season of shows on our
favorite streaming services. Has doctor; they didn’t need to look you up on their computers to themselves.
that contributed to our impa-
tience with waiting in lines or in remember who you were and what your ailment was. Years ago “Boutique medicine” is now available where an agreement be-
when people were hospitalized they would be cared for by their tween doctor and patient allows home visits and assures 24-hour
I’m no sociologist and can only
conjecture as to the root causes of own doctors. Now, in many places, we are put in the care of availability to that particular patient. It is, though, very expen-
our collective eroding manners.
But I’m fairly certain that Emily ‘hospitalists’, physicians who practice only in a hospital, have sive and most of us cannot a ord it.
Post must be rolling over in her
grave. no personal relationships with the patients and know them I don’t long for the past. If I did I’d be losing antibiotics, tran-
only through their symptoms. How sad! What most of us re- quilizers, CAT-scans, MRIs, open heart surgery, arthroscopic
ally need is the old fashioned doctor whose familiar touch and surgery…actually, everything predicted in Star Trek and other
recognizing smile gives us the security to deal with whatever the science ction which is no longer ction. I don’t want to give up
problem is. the future, I just want to temper it a little with good things from
Specialists are important in many cases but work better when the not-so-long-ago past. A combination of Jimmy Kildare (get
aided by the doctor of record. Alexa or Siri to tell you who he was) and Leonard McCoy (Star
e practice of medicine has expanded from one-on-one Trek) would be just the right prescription.
care-giving to big business. Groups of doctors gather together,
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SHS 4th quarter honor roll
e following is from the Somers Stephanie Gillis, Aine Hoekstra, Ryan Grant, Linda Jiang, Shea, Allison Zattola, Alisa Juliana Del Vecchio, Daniella
Central School District Charles Stone, Kevin Lewitt, omas Oli ers, Grace Wu, Tierney, Maria Klimentova, Ejlli, Aimee Maoriello, Danielle
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How will your home be transferred upon your passing?
BY ALAN D. FELLER, ESQ. ful. One very important document entirety.” is means that if one still classify their ownership as a
signed at the closing is the deed. spouse should die, then the survi- “tenancy by the entirety.” Non-
A deed lays out the ownership in- vor will inherit the other’s inter- spouse co-owners of real estate
Every rst-time home buyer structions and the description for a est in the property by “operation may title a deed as “Joint Tenants
experiences a paper shock when piece of real property. How a deed of law.” No probate proceeding with Rights of Survivorship,” or
they sit down at the closing. is titled may simplify or complicate will be necessary and the surviv- “JTWROS,” which will also grant
e pile of documents requiring estate planning. ing spouse directly obtains full direct full ownership to the sur-
signatures is ridiculously large and A married couple purchasing ownership of the property under viving co-owner without probate.
overwhelming. e loan, title and a home will have both of their the deed. Even if the married Where things get tricky is
transfer tax forms are all integral to names on the deed as “husband couple’s interest on the deed is when a deed is silent as to the
the property purchase and impact- and wife,” or as “tenants by the not speci ed, New York law will ownership interest of property
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Common challenges and tips for breastfeeding moms
BY KIM MCKECHNIE If the baby is having trouble latching because the else to feed your baby while you rest. ough you might
GUEST COLUMNIST breasts are too full, warm soaks and gentle hand expres- have heard the advice to “sleep when the baby sleeps,”
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natural and wondrous act — can be a challenge at rst. my also occur. Most common in the rst few weeks portunity arises.
Overcoming these challenges often simply takes a little of lactation, mastitis can be caused by an obstruction,
practice, a little patience, and sometimes a little help. infection and/or an allergy. Symptoms for a plugged RESOURCES
duct and mastitis are similar: Pain, heat and swelling, Support groups are also great for mothers of new-
THE LATCH but they are more intense with mastitis and are often
In breastfeeding parlance, a good “latch” is critical accompanied by u-like symptoms and a fever. If you borns. Support, friendship and advice can encourage
experience these symptoms, continue breastfeeding and breastfeeding success. What better way to learn tips and
for happy baby and mother — and for e ective milk contact your physician. I also recommend reaching out tricks than from other new moms. I lead the breastfeed-
transfer. If breastfeeding your baby is painful at rst, it to a lactation consultant who can provide guidance. ing support group at Northern Westchester Hospital,
might mean your baby is sucking only on the nipple. and any nursing mother is welcome, regardless of where
At the Lactation Center here at Northern Westchester AM I MAKING ENOUGH MILK? your baby was delivered.
Hospital, we encourage breastfeeding mothers to try the Another concern among mothers of newborns is,
“asymmetrical latch” position, where the baby is latch- Most hospitals have resources to help mothers with
ing onto the nipple and areola in a slightly o -centered “Is my baby getting enough milk?” Many new mothers breastfeeding challenges, and we are here to help you
manner. is way, the baby gets more breast tissue close wonder if their milk production is meeting their baby’s as well, even when you’re home. Northern Westchester
to his or her lower jaw and tongue, which enhances nutritional needs. Hydration, good nutrition and ad- Hospital has a Breastfeeding Resource Center available
feeding and discourages sore nipples. equate caloric intake will encourage good milk produc- to all our new mothers.
tion. Nursing moms need about 500 additional calories
ENGORGEMENT per day. Regular, “well-baby” visits to the pediatrician, We are also available for breastfeeding consultation
Another common problem among breastfeeding which always involve documenting baby’s weight and for women who are struggling with lactation issues af-
measurements, will reassure you that your child is gain- ter their hospital discharge. ere is a $100 fee for this
mothers is breast engorgement. A few days after giving ing the proper amount of weight at the right speed. appointment that is usually fully-reimbursable through
birth, it is normal for breasts to become larger or even your medical insurance.
swollen when they begin milk production. It generally FATIGUE
takes about two days for normal physiologic engorge- Let’s not overlook the issue of fatigue. No matter how Know that you can achieve breast feeding success, de-
ment to recede. spite any challenges you might encounter, and we are
you choose to feed your baby, you are sure to experi- here to help.
Although engorgement is sometimes uncomfortable ence exhaustion. Sure, new babies sleep about 15 hours
and slightly painful, if the baby is latching well, you should a day, but not consecutively, which means your baby will Visit nwhc.net/calendar to nd breastfeeding support
continue to exclusively breastfeed through that two-day be having meals throughout the night when the rest of groups, new mom support groups or childbirth preparation
period. Frequent feeding will help relieve the engorge- the world is sound asleep. Expressing your milk using a classes o ered by Northern Westchester Hospital. Kim
ment. Applying ice packs to the breast after feedings for breast pump is always an option. is allows someone McKechnie, RN, IBCLC, is the Lactation Coordinator at
15-20 minutes often helps decrease the in ammation. Northern Westchester Hospital in Mt. Kisco.
How does Obesity put
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Ask the Doctor Q: Why do people become obese? Obesity also increases the risk of irregular or painful
A: Obesity is now recognized as an energy storage periods, high-birth-weight babies, gestational diabetes,
Dr. Mitchell S. Roslin disease that’s hormonally based. It can develop when and miscarriages. There’s a greater risk of breast cancer,
Director, Bariatric Surgery Program we eat large quantities of simple carbohydrates that especially post-menopause. Sixty percent of cancers
Northern Westchester Hospital break down fast to sugar, such as bread, pasta and of the uterine lining are caused by obesity, as are a
white rice. In response, your body produces excess signi cant number of uterine broids. Obese women
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Dr. Roslin, visit a condition called insulin resistance. recurrence because treatments, typically tested on
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your brain you should eat less. In women, there’s an weight range your body is genetically programmed for
extensive, complex interaction between the hormonally and that it tries to maintain. However, you must also
based reproductive cycles and insulin system, so subtle eat more protein and vegetables – foods that break
hormonal changes have a greater eﬀect on women. down more slowly. FDA-approved medications help
some people lose weight. We now know that the best
Q: Are obese women at risk for certain treatment for obesity is multi-pronged. Beside surgery,
health problems? I use medications, behavioral therapy, and special
A: Absolutely. Most problems revolve around excessive exercise machines that make it possible for anyone to
production of insulin. Obese women have more diﬃculty run. Exercise greatly improves insulin resistance.
conceiving due to problems ovulating, and are more likely
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role after two decades of service.
e Yankee-themed retirement bash was held
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e entry ticket for the event was a bag of
of non-perishable food items for the Somers
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years of service to the county and the residents
With all the donations,the Somers Democrats
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Which school snacks will you be packing?
BY MARY OPFER cause digestive problems.I am not sure about you,but I thought Snack Ideas for the Upcoming
GUEST COLUMNIST yogurt was naturally thick. So why add a thickener? ese are
• Sliced apples with cheese
just a few of the additives that I thought were important to • Hummus with ﬂat pretzel or carrots or
Can you believe the lazy hazy days of summer are coming point out. Many products have more then one or two additives. • Homemade popcorn (not microwave)
• Orange slices
to an end? Bottom line is you should read the label and check the ingre- • Plain greek yogurt with fresh berries
• Snap peas, sliced red peppers and baby
Do your kids love salty and sugary snacks? As school begins, dients very carefully. Homemade snacks may not have a long bell cheese
it can be overwhelming getting back to the school routine come shelf life, but ingredients will be real. • Whole grain crackers topped with GOOD
(brand name) cottage cheese and sliced
September. And oh, the challenges of thinking about what tomatoes and cucumbers
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healthy snacks are getting packed. Store bought “healthy snacks” HOW DOES A HEALTHY SNACK AFFECT YOUR CHILD? favorite spices
• Cucumber boats ﬁlled with tuna ﬁsh or
are not always so healthy. ey tend to be low in ber, lack es- Regular healthy snacks can increase energy as well as boost hummus
• Make a batch of homemade cookies.
sential nutrients for energy and are packed with re ned carbo- essential nutrients for growth and development, according to • Nuts are a good choice to add to snacks
if the child’s classroom is not nut free.
hydrates.Today,snacks are eaten for recess,after school activities, the Mayo Clinic. Healthy snacks will also contain ber and nu-
and for any other reason that might come up during the day. trient dense ingredients for growth and development. Healthy
snacks may have a positive e ect on the student’s attention span
WHAT’S ON THE LABEL? in class as well as in any sports programs after school. Studies
A majority of today’s snacks come in the form of processed have shown that nutrient poor snacks may be associated with
foods made with white our, arti cial avors and loads of sug- higher BMI’s and eating in the absence of hunger, according to
ar and/or salt, according to researchers. ese ingredients are research conducted at the National Institute of Health.
contributing to obesity, increased blood sugar and many other
chronic diseases. HOW TO PACK A SNACK
Food additives are commonly found in many of these pro- Start with removing junk food from your home and set a
cessed foods and while the FDA generally recognizes them as good example by eating healthy snacks. Include a protein in
safe, if they are consumed on a daily basis or in large quanti- your child’s snack; protein helps your child feel full longer and
ties, they can be harmful to your health. Many contain natu- helps get them through the day.
ral avors, which are essentially chemicals that the FDA does Don’t be afraid to get creative.Use a rainbow of colors of fruits
not require the company to put on the label. ese chemicals and vegetables, use cookie cutters to make shapes out of cheese
include BHT (butylated hydrxytoluene), BHA (butylated hy- or certain fruits like watermelon. Getting your child involved in
droxyanisole) and propylene glycol, which are used for preser- helping prepare the snack will increase their knowledge of food
vatives or stabilizers. Some ingredients labeled natural avors preparation, build math skills with the help of measuring and if
include glutamate, which is considered an excitotoxin, meaning they are in preschool will help with ne motor skills.
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Simple ways to help kids lose weight
Childhood obesity is a global e WHO notes that, in 2016, weight or obese may nd it di cult slowly transition their youngsters ner table. Getting overweight and
health issue. an estimated 41 million children to get youngsters to change their away from sugary beverages by obese kids to eat healthy diets is
In fact, childhood obesity is so across the globe were overweight. lifestyles and adopt healthy behav- diluting the beverages with wa- just one aspect of helping them lose
prevalent that the World Health at’s a troubling statistic, as over- iors that can help them lose weight ter and only allowing kids to have weight. Routine physical activity is
Organization identi es it as one weight and obese children are and keep the weight o . Like them on special occasions. another essential part of a success-
of the most serious public health likely to remain so into adulthood, adults, many children are creatures Switch things up at snack time. ful weight loss plan. e WHO
challenges of the 21st century. As increasing their risk for various dis- of habit, particularly when it comes Many children eat daily snacks, recommends that children get at
daunting a task as tackling child- eases, including diabetes and car- to diet. And getting kids to change and that’s perfectly normal.Young- least 60 minutes of moderate- to
hood obesity may seem, it’s a prob- diovascular disease. those habits is not always so easy. sters are growing and, as a result, vigorous-intensity physical activity
lem that can be solved. Parents of children who are over- However, a few simple strategies tend to get hungry between meals. every day. Parents can promote a
might be all it takes to help kids What parents serve at snack time physically active lifestyle and limit
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HONOR ROLL Sarah Siemers, Holly Cambareri, Coneco , Anna Cli , Brianna Ashley Arcidiacono, Jazmyn Jasmine Harris, Michael
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Back to college HONOR ROLL
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for classes to begin at Nicholas Panaro, Jett Colella, Luke Angelini, Timothy Fonde,
Frank Gallagher, Derek Marques, Frederick Faustini, James
Connecticut College. Berthelon, John Kerins, David Ron, Lexington Quigley, Talia
Bramson, Ashton Malsbury, Anastasia Murphy, Ava Castelluccio,
PHOTO COURTESY OF Taylor Penzo, Mitos Galeano, Luke Palmer, Gabrielle Preni, Julian
ROBERT ONDROVIC Casciano, Joseph Healy, Nikola Mladenovic, Samantha Odell,
Jeremy Daly, Nathaniel Goucher, Gabriella Ploger, omas Deagan,
Elena Ferrante all moved in for Noah Sanz at Georgia Tech. Mark Khorram, Anthony Miller
junior year at Fordham University.
PHOTO COURTESY OF ANDRE SANZ 11th grade students
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE FERRANTE FAMILY on the Honor Roll:
APARPR Victoria Ferro, Mayra Cabrera, omas Garrity, Fiona Youngs,
Haley Dineen, Alexander Lulgjuraj, Laura Varunok, Peter Kim,
PUBLICITY WITH PERSONALITY David Eckert, Adam Ritzcovan, Caitlyn VanTassell, Benjamin Adler,
Ruby Feliciano, Gri n Grant, Jessica Lucadamo, Grace Hickey,
Marc Weisbrot, Ralph Carfagno, Victoria McEvoy, Lindsey Velzy,
Emily Arena, Hannah Mendelson, Charlie Hopper, Christopher
Klang, Emily Wray, Anthony Fiore, So a Doukakis, John Sammel,
Rocco Latella, Nancy Wiegelman, Christopher Smajlaj, Marissa
Evans, Giovanna Minuto, Ryan Bonner, Jessica Rodriguez, Claire
DeLasho, Christiana Walker, Vincenzo Costanzo, Brice Cohen,
Rachel Ross, Julia Vickers, Jessica Westho , Anthony Gionta,
Kaitlyn Comiskey, Nicholas Pappas, Julia Grillo, Brian Marcus,
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Savannah Kerins, Megan Dineen, Sebastian Riccobono, Christian
DeSanto, Javier Beltran, Nicholas Rossi, David Mercado, Liliana
Costanzo, Macario Mejia, Kaitlyn McCartin, George Lucciola,
Danielle DiCintio, Ella Lansky, Edmund Romani, Tanner Siciliano,
Michael Fatigate III, Michael Huber
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Arielle Frattura, Eve McTernan, Chelsea Brown, Aiden Bierman,
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Thursday, August 22, 2019 The Somers Record – Page 25
Kevin McKenna to play two
sports at Division 1 college
Stepinac senior will play football, lacrosse at Utah
BY DOMINICK DEPOLE
Playing a sport at the college ‘I want to make my last year count
level is di cult, but playing and make it the best year that I
at the Division 1 level is even have. I don’t want to waste it.’
Somers resident Kevin -Kevin McKenna
McKenna, a rising senior at
Stepinac High School, has
verbally committed to do just
that and play both lacrosse and
football for the University of
Utah surprise at rst. I started texting championships and looking for
McKenna had already back and forth with all of the a three-peat this season. He’s
committed to the university coaches, and I went out there optimistic they will get it done.
for lacrosse back in the spring, for two days to spend time with “I’m really con dent [about
and when he discovered that a some of the players. ere was this year],” McKenna said. “We
one-day prospect camp would nothing bad about the school have a lot of young guys that are
be held for football in July, he up there and I loved all of the going to step up. If we just keep
booked his plane ticket months people I met. It was a really it going a whole season, we’ll
in advance. great experience.” have a great year.”
After putting on a stronger McKenna also had o ers e third-year starter
performance against tougher from Sacred Heart, Lehigh, returns at linebacker and at
competition than usual, Marist, Stony Brook, and the running back on o ense for the
McKenna was approached by Air Force Academy. established program, and he’s
the coaching sta pretty quickly. “I’m super pumped to be out got some big plans.
He informed running backs there next year,” McKenna said. “I want to make my last year
coach Kyle McDonald that he “ e two-sport thing will be count and make it the best year
was attending Utah anyway next di cult but if I keep doing what that I have,” McKenna said. “I
fall on a lacrosse scholarship, I do now (keeping in shape), I’ll don’t want to waste it. I’m going
and the rest was history as his be good to play next season. e to leave it all here and give 100
roster spot as a slot back came way that the coaches thrive with percent in the classroom and on
about like magic. the kids up there is great.” the eld. I de nitely want to get
A very fast 40-yard dash A unique and versatile another ring for football and a
turned heads, but even more mid elder, McKenna credits his lacrosse ring. I want to take it
so were the one-on-one routes toughness as to why he was so one step at a time this year.”
that the senior ran. McKenna’s sought after. But most of all, McKenna is
footwork was sharp and he was “One of the things that the psyched about by his upcoming
losing his man nearly every coaches made evident to me is experience at Utah.
time. that I am a very tough player,” “Everything about the campus
It’s double pleasure for McKenna said. “He saw in the stuck out to me,” McKenna
McKenna, who had already lm how I hit and I can play said. “I thought about the pros
fallen in love with the university both o ense and defense to stay and cons, and there really were
during a visit last winter after on the eld. I just like to help in no cons. e atmosphere on
he was contacted about playing any aspect I can.” the campus is very modern and
lacrosse there. On the gridiron, McKenna the people there are super nice.
“Utah was one of the rst was even more noted at Stepinac e campus is very nice and so
schools that contacted me,” for playing an instrumental are the athletic facilities. I see
McKenna said. “It took me by part in two straight state myself tting in perfectly.” PHOTO: ROB DIANTONIO
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Page 26 – The Somers Record SPORTS Thursday, August 22, 2019
Two Somers girls named to
lacrosse All-America team
at Brine All-America Games
Two Somers girls, Madelyn Lyle, a rising ninth grader, and Sydney Ingraham,
a rising seventh grader, were named to the All-America Team at the 2019 Brine
e top 12 players from each age group were chosen by the coaches in attendance.
e Brine All-America Games brought together the country’s best girls, all
representing their region, at the University of Massachusetts from Monday to
Wednesday, July 22-24. e players represented their region, with Florida, Long
Island, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, South,
Texas, Tri-State and the West vying for championships.
Madelyn Lyle and
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How scholastic sports are going digital
e impact technology has had
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about anywhere, and scholastic
playing elds are no exception.
Many school districts now
rely on apps, the internet or
a combination of both to help
athletes and their parents in a
variety of ways. e following are
just a few ways parents, coaches
and school districts can bene t
from employing apps or the
internet during upcoming seasons.
Apps and the internet can help CREATIVE CONNECTION
parents monitor kids’ athletic
schedules. In addition, certain
programs and websites can even
alert parents and athletes if there
are any schedule changes, such
as delays, postponements or
cancellations due to factors like
PHOTOS COMMUNITY their schools,further strengthening registering young athletes. School parents, coaches and school
DigitalSports®,a national forum By employing a user-friendly the community surrounding a o cials may be able to upload o cials stay connected and foster
scholastic athletic program. permission slips, medical forms a sense of community around
for communities, schools and app or website,parents,coaches and and other documents that parents scholastic athletic programs.
teams, makes it easy for members school o cials can foster a sense ORGANIZATION will need to ll out in order for
to share photos, videos and stories. of community around their team. Some apps and websites may their children to be eligible to play. Article provided by Metro Creative
Such setups also can allow former Connection.
is can be a great way for parents players to stay connected with even facilitate the process of Apps and websites can help
to access photos and videos of their
children if they were unable to
attend a game or take any photos
or videos while there.
The sports deadline for The Somers Record is the Sunday before the next publication date. Varsity coaches should submit results and information by e-mail to [email protected]
halstonmedia.com. All youth sports and recreational sports items should also be submitted to the same e-mail address by the Thursday before the next publication
Thursday, August 22, 2019 LEISURE The Somers Record – Page 27
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21. Airline 49. One who accepts 1. Raccoonlike animal 37. Helps little ﬁrms
22. Goes well with a carrot 51. Albanian capital 2. Small 39. Member of small
23. Length of pant leg 55. Takes kids to school 3. Separates discussion group
25. Mark with a cut 56. About Moon 4. Parties 40. Copyread
5. Automated 43. V-shaped open
teller machine trough
6. One who 45. Pokes holes in
earned his degree 47. Beloved
7. Dislike “Captain”
8. Flowering plant 48. Resume
9. Nova __, 49. On a line at right
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11. Breathing 52. Part of the
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Page 28 – The Somers Record LEGAL NOTICES Thursday, August 22, 2019
LLC FORMATION NOTICE NY 10523. General Purpose. County, New York, pursuant to consists of providing 992 parcels 2019, pursuant to an Order
Article 12A of the Town Law. with municipal sewer service to Calling Public Hearing on and
627 ROUTE 22 LLC, Arts LLC FORMATION NOTICE reduce nutrient loads into the for said date, at the conclusion
of Org. filed with Sec. of State ------------------------------ Amawalk Reservoir from existing of which said public hearing was
of NY (SSNY) 6/11/2019. Cty: Notice of Formation of Saltire -------------------------------- wastewater treatment/septic adjourned and to be continued
Westchester.SSNY desig.as agent LLC. Art. Of Org. filed with ------X systems. The proposed sewer on September 5, 2019.
upon whom process against may SSNY on 07/29/2019. Office collection system will convey
be served & shall mail process to Location: County of Westchester. WHEREAS, a map, plan and wastewater via Westchester NOW, on motion of
PO Box 134, Croton Falls, NY SSNY designated as agent of the report have been prepared at the County’s Peekskill Sanitary Supervisor Morrissey, seconded
10519. General Purpose. LLC upon whom process against direction of the Town Board in Sewer District to the existing by Councilman Clinchy, it is
it may be served. SSNY shall mail such manner and in such detail as Peekskill Wastewater Treatment hereby
LLC FORMATION NOTICE process to: 352 Myrtle Avenue, has heretofore been determined Plant. The proposed collection
Brooklyn, NY 11205. Purpose: by the Town Board relating to system will consist of gravity and ORDERED, that the Town
Platinum Strategy Group, any lawful purpose. the establishment of the Somers low pressure components and Board of the Town of Somers
LLC, Arts of Org. filed with Special Sewer District No. 2, and three lift stations. Existing sewer shall meet and hold a second
Sec. of State of NY (SSNY) SECOND ORDER CALLING laterals from individual residential public hearing at the Somers
5/30/2019. Cty: Westchester. PUBLIC HEARING WHEREAS, said map, plan parcels will be connected to the Town Hall, 335 Route 202 in
SSNY desig. as agent upon and report have been prepared new sewer collection system and said Town on the 5th day of
whom process against may be At a meeting of the Town by an engineer, duly licensed by onsite wastewater/septic systems September, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.
served & shall mail process to Board of the Town of Somers at the State of New York, showing will be abandoned, and in that day to consider said map,
26 Kiscona Road, Mt. Kisco, NY the Town Hall, 335 Route 202, the boundaries of the proposed plan and report and to hear all
10549. General Purpose. Somers, New York in the Town extension and a general plan of WHEREAS, the cost of persons interested in the subject
of Somers, Westchester County, the sewer system connection, and the improvements, including thereof concerning the same and
LLC FORMATION NOTICE New York, on the 15th day of professional fees, will be paid for to take such action thereon as is
August, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. WHEREAS, said map, plan as set forth in the Report, and required or authorized by law.
Ased Production, LLC, Arts and report have been duly filed
of Org. filed with Sec. of State PRESENT: in the office of the Town Clerk WHEREAS, the maximum The adoption of the foregoing
of NY (SSNY) 5/30/2019. Cty: Hon. Rick Morrissey of said Town and are available for amount proposed to be expended order was duly put to vote, and on
New York. SSNY desig. as agent Anthony Cirieco public inspection during normal for said improvements is as a roll call the vote was as follows:
upon whom process against may William Faulkner business hours, and follows:
be served & shall mail process Richard Clinchy Hon. Rick Morrissey voting
to Anderson Registered Agents, WHEREAS, said map Phase 1 $10,000,000. Aye
7014 13th Ave., Brooklyn, NY A B S E N T: shows the transmission mains Phase 2A (Lake Shenorock)
11228. General Purpose. Thomas Garrity and appurtenant facilities to $30,135,000. Anthony Cirieco voting Aye
------------------------------ be connected to existing sewer Phase 2B (Lake Lincolndale) William Faulkner voting Aye
LLC FORMATION NOTICE mains, and $22,062,000., and Richard Clinchy voting Aye
-------------------------------- WHEREAS, the cost to the Thomas Garrity Absent
TC STUDIOS LLC, Arts -----X WHEREAS, the boundaries typical one family home is as set and the order was thereupon
of Org. filed with Sec. of State of the proposed extension to said forth in Exhibit A hereto, and declared duly adopted.
of NY (SSNY) 8/13/2019. Cty: In the Matter of the district to be known as “Somers WHEREAS, the Town Board
Westchester.SSNY desig.as agent Establishment of the Somers SD2” are as follows: opened and conducted a public BY ORDER OF THE
upon whom process against may Special Sewer District No. 2 in hearing on the establishment TOWN BOARD
be served & shall mail process to the Town of Somers, Westchester SEE SCHEDULE A of said district on August 15,
75 SEARS AVE ELMSFORD, TOWN OF SOMERS
Patricia Kalba, Town Clerk
improvements proposed are
Dated: Somers, NY
as set forth in the report and
August 15, 2019
Lake Shenorock Phase 1
EXHIBIT A PIN Address Owner's Name
16.10-2-13 1 RYAN LN GRADY, FRANCIS &
16.10-2-53 1 SHENOROCK DR MONK, MICHAEL &
16.10-2-33 1 SPRING CT WEST CASSELS, WILLIAM J.
Table 8: Peekskill SSD Buy-in Surcharge and O&M Tax Rate per Parcel 16.10-3-70 10 CYPRESS LN ACEVEDO, JOSE L. &
Phase Average Buy-in Surcharge1 Average O&M Tax2 16.10-2-30 10 SHENOROCK DR COELLO, CLAUDIA
1 (Lake Shenorock) $168 / year $218 / year
1 (Lake Lincolndale) $188 / year $244 / year 16.10-3-55 11 FOREST LN DETZ, RICHARD A &
2A (Lake Shenorock) $180 / year $233 / year
2B (Lake Lincolndale) $184 / year $238 / year 16.10-2-48 11 SHENOROCK DR CABRERA, WILSON &
16.10-3-71 12 CYPRESS LN MASTROPIETRO, NEIL & PAUL
16.10-3-30 12 FOREST LN WHALEN, JOHN & MAUREEN
16.10-5-5 12 SUNSET DR OLSON, CHRISTOPHER &
16.10-2-10 13 CYPRESS LN PETTIT, DAVID J & JEAN M
Notes: 1. Buy-in surcharge assessed to all parcels when District is formed for 10-year period 16.10-2-47 13 SHENOROCK DR ANGELINI, AMERICO &
2. O&M Tax assessed upon connection of parcels for lifetime of project
16.10-5-24.2 13 SUNSET DR SEE, RALPH L &
Table 9: Capital Cost Summary 16.10-3-72 14 CYPRESS LN GONZALEZ, WALTER &
16.10-3-31.5 14 FOREST LN BANKS, FLORENCE
Phase Capital Cost Outside Funding Capital Financed Annualized 16.10-2-34 14 SHENOROCK DR VACCARO, CATHERINE
1 $10,000,000 $0 16.10-5-4 14 SUNSET DR KENNY, BRIAN & MICHELLE
2A (Lake Shenorock) $10,000,000 $20,000,000 $10,135,000 $0
2B (Lake Lincolndale) $17,500,000 $4,562,000 16.10-2-9 15 CYPRESS LN SPIRIDIGLIOZZI, LAURA B.
$30,135,000 $47,500,000 $14,697,000 $440,000
Total 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
Notes: 16.10-2-8 17 CYPRESS LN 17 CYPRESS LANE LLC
1. Annualized cost based on 1.8% interest rate over 30-year period.
16.10-2-45 17 SHENOROCK DR RICCHEZZA, LUCCIANO &
Table 10: Annualized Cost Summary 16.10-3-74 18 CYPRESS LN IACONETTI, JOSEPH
Somers Peekskill SSD Peekskill 16.10-3-33 18 FOREST LN MILLER, BRYAN R. &
District No. 2 Buy-in SSD O&M
Phase Annualized Parcel Average Total 16.10-2-36.5 18 SHENOROCK DR BACKMAN, GARY & SHARON
Capital1 O&M2 Surcharge1 Tax1 Count Cost per Parcel
1 16.10-5-2.1 18 SUNSET DR GRAHAM, RONALD R. &
2A $23,308 103 $585 / year
2B $0 $19,000 $17,953 604 $1,193 / year 16.10-2-44 19 SHENOROCK DR WADE, WILLIAM A
$140,696 285 $1,191 / year
$440,000 $20,000 $108,370 16.10-3-67 2 CYPRESS LN WIEGELMAN, WILLIAM &
16.10-2-24 2 SHENOROCK DR MEADE, JENNIFER H &
$198,000 $18,000 $52,206 16.10-5-25 20 CARPENTER PLACE BALDWIN, EDWARD W. &
Notes: 16.10-3-75 20 CYPRESS LN FULLAN, CATHLEEN B
1. Annualized Capital, Peekskill Buy-in Surcharge, and Peekskill O&M are assessed on an ad valorem basis.
2. Somers Sewer District No. 2 O&M assessed on a benefit basis. 16.10-2-43 21 SHENOROCK DR RUCK, LAWRENCE S. &
16.10-3-48 22 CYPRESS LN BRYANT, JEFFREY
SEE LEGALS PAGE 29
Thursday, August 22, 2019 LEGAL NOTICES The Somers Record – Page 29
LEGALS 16.05-2-17 1 N PARKWAY DR O'CONNELL, KEVIN &
FROM PAGE 28 16.06-1-17 1 N SHENOROCK DR ROMEO, MARIA P.
16.05-2-5 1 ORCHARD CT JAMBOTKAR, ANIRUDDHA G &
16.10-2-42 23 SHENOROCK DR GUERRERIO, JOSEPH M & 16.05-3-51 1 ORCHARD DR MOROCHO, PEDRO R.
16.10-3-1 24 CYPRESS LN JUSINO, RAYMOND & 16.05-3-1 1 OVERHILL RD CARDONA, DEIRDRE B &
16.10-2-41 25 SHENOROCK DR HOCHMAN, PAUL & NORINE 16.10-5-19 1 SUNSET DR FAN, GRACE RIGANO (LE)
16.10-2-40 27 SHENOROCK DR CHAPMAN, LESLIE & DEBRA 16.14-3-7 1 TOMPKINS RD LAMARUGGINE, SILVERSTRO &
16.10-2-39 29 SHENOROCK DR SMITH, JAMES JR & 16.09-3-2 1 WALKER DR THOMALEN, CHRISTOPHER &
16.10-2-18 3 CYPRESS LN 16.09-3-17.1 1 WALKER DR S MANCINI, RICHARD & JOAN
16.10-3-59 3 FOREST LN APREA, EILEEN 16.14-3-28 1 WRIGHT RD MAGEE, HAROLD & ANNE
16.10-2-12 3 RYAN LN SMITH, JEFFREY A 16.14-1-7 10 BROOKSIDE DR BLAIR, COLIN D. &
16.10-2-52 3 SHENOROCK DR SCORZIELLO, CAROL 16.10-5-28 10 CARPENTER PL FERRARA, ERIC & NIDIA
16.10-2-32 3 SPRING CT WEST BAIA, SHERI A. 16.06-1-1 10 CREST DR N CORNECK, ANNE
16.10-2-4 31 SHENOROCK DR CASHIN, JOHN M & MARY V 16.14-2-13 10 DELLWORTH NA
16.10-2-5 34 HILLANDALE RD BRLIANTH REALTY, LLC 16.14-2-59 10 GRIFFIN PL KEATING, BERNARD & ANNE
16.10-2-23 37 LAKEVIEW DR COOK, GEORGE E. & 16.14-2-72 10 HORTON RD HORAFIOS, MICHAEL G
16.10-3-60.5 4 FOREST LN DEVILLERS, DONNA 16.14-3-54 10 LAKESIDE LN BAISLEY, AMY L. &
16.10-2-11 4 RYAN LN FISHER, PAUL J 16.14-3-32 10 MILLER AVE ORTH, WARREN A & LOUISE
16.10-2-25 4 SHENOROCK DR TADAY, LUIS A. & DORIS 16.05-2-22 10 N PARKWAY DR MORVILLO, EDWARD J &
16.10-3-58 5 FOREST LN DEVINE, AMY 16.06-1-12 10 N ROSS DR ASTROLOGO, CAMILLO & SARA
16.10-2-51 5 SHENOROCK DR POTENZO, THOMAS & 16.06-1-24 10 N SHENOROCK DR MOREL, RODERICK & ARLENE
16.10-3-66 51 LAKEVIEW DR FIOCCO, PAUL R 16.10-4-11 10 OLD MILL RD LAWRENCE, STEVEN P. &
16.10-3-65 51 LAKEVIEW DR FIOCCO, PAUL R 16.05-3-27 10 ORCHARD DR PETTIT, MICHAEL
16.10-3-64 53 LAKEVIEW DR DUENAS, ALFREDO A & 16.05-3-17 10 OVERHILL RD ZAWISKI, JUDITH E.
16.10-3-63 55 LAKEVIEW DR SPARKS, GLENN & JOANN 16.10-3-4 10 ROGERS LN MC DONALD, PETER & LAURA
16.10-3-62 57 LAKEVIEW DR MARTINEZ, PEDRO 16.10-2-58 10 ROSS DR GILMARTIN, ROBERT
16.10-5-1 59 LAKEVIEW DR KRAMER, ROBERT & 16.06-2-22 10 SPRINGDALE RD ALBANESE, ALISON
16.10-2-26 6 SHENOROCK DR SOTO, WILLIAM & MARIA 16.10-5-6 10 SUNSET DR BIOLSI, JOHN
16.10-2-16 7 CYPRESS LN GONZALEZ, MARIA L 16.14-2-18 10 TIGHE RD JONABRI LLC
16.10-3-57 7 FOREST LN NYGREN, JANE I 16.05-3-55 10 VALLEY DR EAST LIMA, GREGORY V & KAREN M
16.10-2-50 7 SHENOROCK DR CHANIN, BETH 16.05-3-44 10 VALLEY DR WEST POWERS, BARBARA TAYLOR
16.10-3-52 8 CYPRESS LN HEBREW CONGR OF SOMERS 16.14-3-12 10 WRIGHT RD ROSAFORT, BETTY IRR TRUST
16.10-2-29 8 SHENOROCK DR DIAZ, AARON & RACHEL 16.14-1-42 11 BROOKSIDE DR TILLMANN, CHRISTOPH &
16.10-2-14 9 CYPRESS LN ANDERSON-MALICO, ROBYN 16.14-2-2 11 CARPENTER PL SHAW, AMANDA &
16.10-3-56 9 FOREST LN MADSEN, ROBERT J & 16.10-1-48 11 CREST DR JONES, MICHAEL D. &
16.10-2-49 9 SHENOROCK DR COHEN, BARRY & DIANE 16.14-2-25 11 DELLWORTH DR GAMBINO, FRED J &
16.14-2-47 11 GREENE RD VIGLIOTTI, ALEXANDER JR &
Lake Lincolndale Phase 1 16.14-2-65 11 GRIFFIN PL DOWICYAN, JOHN E &
PIN Address Owner's Name 16.14-2-77 11 HORTON RD GILLETTE, JOHN & KATHLEEN
5.19-2-8 1 FLOWER DR LASSETER, ANDREW K & 16.14-3-58 11 LAKESIDE LN BROWN-WARREN, MAUREEN P
5.15-3-86 10 JUNIPER DR JENNINGS, JILL 16.09-3-15 11 LAKEVIEW DR FERRETTI, STEVEN &
5.19-2-80 10 LAKE SHORE DR N LAWRENCE, SUSAN & 16.14-3-25 11 MILLER AVE HELLER FAMILY IRREVOCABLE
5.19-3-18 10 LAKE SHORE DR S PORCELLO, JOSEPHINE (LE) 16.06-1-22 11 N SHENOROCK DR TRAYNOR, EUGENE
5.19-2-13 10 LARCH DR EGNOR, RICHARD W & 16.05-3-43 11 ORCHARD DR MOREY, ALMA D. (LE)
5.19-2-76 11 JUNIPER DR WAHLERS, JOHN & FRANCES 16.09-3-35 11 PARKWAY DR 11 PARKWAY DRIVE FAMILY
5.19-3-20 11 LAKE SHORE DR S HOLMES, CRAIG & JANET 16.10-3-3 11 ROGERS LN SODEN, GEORGE & JULIE
5.19-2-81 12 LAKE SHORE DR N SPAZIANTE, HILLARY 16.10-1-16 11 ROSS DR SUN, TINGBO &
5.19-3-21.5 15 LAKE SHORE DR S MOORE, JOEL WESLEY & 16.09-3-7 11 WALKER DR RODRIGUEZ, FREDDIE M. &
5.19-3-22 17 LAKE SHORE DR S PRIORE, ANTHONY R. 16.14-3-23 11 WRIGHT RD MANCINI, DANIEL
5.19-3-15 2 LAKESHORE DR S AHEARN, JOHN & GAIL 16.14-3-34 12 BRIDGE LN DI MAURO, ANTHONY & NANCY
5.19-3-13 2 LAKESHORE DR S AHEARN, JOHN & GAIL 16.14-1-6 12 BROOKSIDE DR LOYED, LESTER J. &
5.19-2-85 20 LAKE SHORE DR N HICKS, ROBERT J & BETH 16.10-1-28 12 CREST DR MORAN, GLENDA L
5.19-2-70 22 LAKE SHORE DR N MUIR, VIRGINA 16.14-2-14 12 DELLWORTH DR HERNANDEZ, LINDA
5.19-2-86 24 LAKE SHORE DR N AZAR, MARY (TRUST) 16.14-2-60 12 GRIFFIN PL HORAFIOS, NICHOLAS &
5.15-3-84 3 IVY RD LAWRENCE, SUSAN 16.14-3-26 12 MILLER AVE LIBERATORE, ALBERT& WENDY
5.19-3-7 3 LAKE SHORE DR N POUSADA, JAMES E & 16.06-1-11 12 NORTH ROSS DR HEUSTON, HELEN T &
5.19-2-4 39 JUNIPER DR MILLER, HARLAN F. & 16.06-1-23 12 N SHENOROCK DR WIZEL, JERRY & AUDREY
5.16-1-12 4 DAISY DR DOORISH, BRYAN & BRITTANY 16.10-4-10 12 OLD MILL RD BURZESI,KEVIN M/CYNTHIA A
5.15-3-83 5 IVY RD ROSENBLUTH, R. & JACOB, S 16.05-3-28 12 ORCHARD N
5.15-3-82 5 IVY RD ROSENBLUTH, R. & JACOB, S 16.05-3-19 12 OVERHILL RD KORZ, FREDERICK M.
5.19-2-21 5 LARCH DR DONDL, WILLIAM M & 16.10-1-59 12 PARKWAY DR DI MARTINO REV. TRUST
5.16-1-16 6 LAKE SHORE DR N MILANI, KENNETH H/ANNA M. 16.06-3-54 12 ROGERS LN KARANASTASIS, ANARGYROS &
5.19-3-16 6 LAKE SHORE DR S FAULKNER, CHARLES R & 16.10-2-59 12 ROSS DR WOLKE, PATRICIA I &
5.19-2-11 6 LARCH DR FRANKOLINO, TONI LEE 16.05-3-57 12 VALLEY DR EAST KEANE, MICHAEL &
5.19-3-11 63 LOVELL ST VAN TASSELL, JACQUELINE E 16.05-3-42 12 VALLEY DR WEST ACKERMAN, MARIE T. &
5.19-3-10 65 LOVELL ST SELLATI, JOSEPH & 16.14-3-43 13 BRIDGE LN KALLESTEN-OAKLEY, JUDITH
5.19-3-9 69 LOVELL ST MC ARDLE, NORINE & 16.14-2-1 13 CARPENTER PL RAPHAEL, BERNADITTA V.
5.19-3-4 7 LAKE SHORE DR N BUTLER, JAMES M. & 16.10-1-47 13 CREST DR JONES, JOHN E &
5.19-3-84 7 LAKE SHORE DR S CLARK, SCOTT & ROBIN 16.14-2-24 13 DELLWORTH DR VENITUCCI, PATRICK A.
5.19-3-8 71 LOVELL ST SEGARRA, EVAN L. 16.14-2-46 13 GREENE RD FARUCCI, JOSEPH & MARIAN
5.19-3-17 8 LAKE SHORE DR S LAUER, PATRICIA 16.09-3-16 13 LAKEVIEW DR EGLOFF, WILLIAM &
5.19-2-27 8 MYRTLE DR CAMERON, SCOTT A & 16.05-3-41 13 ORCHARD DR LIBBY, ALBERT G. &
5.19-3-2 9 LAKE SHORE DR N TSIAKAROS, WILLIAM 16.05-2-3 13 OVERHILL RD CARVALHO, CHRISTOPHER &
5.19-3-19 9 LAKE SHORE DR S GEARY, EDWARD & 16.06-3-31 13 ROGERS LN IANNUZZI, CHARLES J.
16.10-1-15 13 ROSS DR DA SILVA, JOSE & ISABEL
Lake Shenorock Phase 2A 16.14-2-55 13 SHADOW LN WALSH, FRANK
PIN Address Owner's Name 16.10-5-24.1 13 TIGHE RD HICKEY, DAVID J &
16.05-2-27 1 CREST DR NORTH REID, ALEXANDER JR. & 16.14-3-2 13 TOMPKINS RD MANNERING, CHRISTOPHER &
16.14-2-30 1 DELLWORTH DR HOEKSTRA, JAN & SEE LEGALS PAGE 30
16.14-3-63 1 LAKESIDE LN MONETTI, ADA E FAMILY
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LEGALS 16.10-1-23 2 CREST DR CUCHINELLI, ROBERT &
FROM PAGE 29 16.06-1-5 2 CREST DR NORTH MESCAIN-ARCHER, ANGEL &
16.14-2-9 2 DELLWORTH DR VELLA, MICHAEL R.
16.14-3-22 13 WRIGHT RD SHAY, BRIAN R. & 16.10-4-24 2 EASTVIEW PL JOAO, RICHARD & MARLENE
16.14-3-35 14 BRIDGE LN CALDWELL, JOSEPH C 16.14-2-31 2 GREENE RD LUPOSELLO, JENNIFER
16.14-1-5 14 BROOKSIDE DR MILLER, JAMES C. 16.14-3-50 2 LAKESIDE LN RUBINO, DANIEL ( JR) &
16.10-1-29 14 CREST DR SPINOSA, CATHERINE M 16.05-2-9 2 ORCHARD CT GINQUITTI, MICHAEL &
16.14-2-37 14 GREENE RD GUARDINO, SONIA 16.05-3-23 2 ORCHARD DR FERRERI, KAREN
16.14-2-61.1 14 GRIFFIN PL VIGLIOTTI, MICHAEL 16.10-2-55 2 ROSS DR BROSNAN, JOHN & DONNA
16.14-3-56 14 LAKESIDE LN EDMISTON, BRIAN & DALIA 16.06-1-16 2 ROSS DR NORTH RIZZOTTI, LINDA & PHILIP
16.10-4-9 14 OLD MILL RD SALTER, WILLIAM & ROBERT 16.06-2-25 2 SPRINGDALE RD ORITZ, EDWIN & CARMEN
16.05-3-29 14 ORCHARD DR DELLA VECCHIA, DAVID & 16.10-5-18 2 SUNSET DR ASKEW, LEON ( JR) &
16.05-3-20 14 OVERHILL RD DOHERTY, PATRICK & 16.05-3-52 2 VALLEY DR WEST PIRROTTA, NICHOLAS &
16.10-1-60 14 PARKWAY DR DI SANTO, DENNIS A & 16.09-3-1.2 2 WALKER DR SOUTH DELUCA, MICHAEL &
16.06-3-53 14 ROGERS LN DUZYNSKA, KAMIL & AGATA 16.14-3-8 2 WRIGHT RD SANCHEZ, EDGAR
16.10-2-61 14 ROSS DR PHILLIPS, THEODORE & 16.14-3-21 20 BRIDGE LN ABEGG, MICHAEL J.
16.14-2-85 14 TOMPKINS RD DATINO, CHRISTOPHER & 16.10-1-32 20 CREST DR RANNEKLEIV, GISELA &
16.05-3-40 14 VALLEY DR WEST VERBOYS, JAMES L. & 16.14-2-17 20 DELLWORTH DR HOGAN, PATRICK T. &
16.14-3-14 14 WRIGHT RD GRAHAM, GEORGE J & 16.14-2-40 20 GREENE RD IMBRUGLIA, FRANK &
16.14-3-42 15 BRIDGE LN NARDI, VINCENT & 16.09-3-46 20 LAKEVIEW DR LONG, JASON
16.10-5-32 15 CARPENTER PL SMITH, THOMAS F. 16.14-2-80 20 MILLER AVE DI MAURO, ANTHONY J &
16.10-1-46 15 CREST DR SCHIAVONE, CHARLES & 16.10-4-6 20 OLD MILL RD GERONIMO, PETER & SARAH
16.14-2-23 15 DELLWORTH DR MURNANE, EDWARD & 16.05-3-32 20 ORCHARD DR FLEURY, DONALD J.
16.05-3-39 15 ORCHARD DR MARTUCCI, JOHN & LORI 16.10-1-64 20 PARKWAY DR DELAHANTY, ANNA
16.05-2-4 15 OVERHILL RD DOHERTY, DAVID JR & 16.06-3-50 20 ROGERS LN TRECAKOV, BRANKA & ANA
16.09-3-32.5 15 PARKWAY DR CRONIN, C & VELZY, R 16.14-2-50 20 SHADOW LN MENDOZA, ROBERT S &
16.06-3-32 15 ROGERS LN GERSHMAN, STEVEN 16.10-5-10 20 TIGHE RD COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER
16.10-1-14 15 ROSS DR MARCELLE, NICHOLAS 16.05-3-63 20 VALLEY DR EAST FATICH, JOHN & JEANETTE
16.14-3-36 16 BRIDGE LN HILSENROTH, BARBARA 16.14-3-39 21 BRIDGE LN PALEN, VALERIE
16.10-1-30 16 CREST DR SOLANO, VIRGINIA 16.14-1-47 21 BROOKSIDE DR PIETROPAOLO, WAYNE V.
16.14-2-16 16 DELLWORTH DR MAENZA, LAURENCE & SARI 16.10-5-34 21 CARPENTER PL KRUPOWICZ, DALE
16.14-3-57 16 LAKESIDE LN EGE, KARL & ANDERSON, 16.10-1-43 21 CREST DR SPINOZA, JOHN & LINDA
16.10-4-8 16 OLD MILL RD DEAGAN, THOMAS E.( JR) & 16.06-2-45 21 CYPRESS LN CORTRIGHT, GERALD A &
16.05-3-30 16 ORCHARD DR MILLER, CAROL T 16.14-2-20 21 DELLWORTH DR ANDRE, DANIEL
16.10-1-61 16 PARKWAY DR PISCOPO, ANTHONY J. ( JR) 16.09-3-45 21 LAKEVIEW DR DE CARLO, FRANK (LE) &
16.06-3-52 16 ROGERS LN LOMBARDO, JOHN A & 16.05-3-34 21 ORCHARD DR SCHOENFELD, STEVEN &
16.10-2-62 16 ROSS DR SUS, FLOYD & MARIAN 16.09-3-29 21 PARKWAY DR TEETSEL, DAVID & AMY
16.10-5-23 16 TIGHE RD SMITH, THOMAS & 16.06-3-35 21 ROGERS LN PUGLIESE, CARL &
16.05-3-60 16 VALLEY DR EAST PALLMAN, JOHN & DENISE 16.05-3-65.1 21 VALLEY DR WEST BURZESI, ANTHONY G &
16.05-3-38 16 VALLEY DR WEST WENKE, ROBERT A. & 16.14-3-17 22 BRIDGE LN WEINSTEIN, GLEN
16.14-3-15 16 WRIGHT RD CURLEY, ZACHARY 16.14-2-41 22 GREENE RD PATAMIA, ANTONIO &
16.14-3-41 17 BRIDGE LN MIRRA, ELIZABETH A. 16.09-3-47 22 LAKEVIEW DR RONDIAK WALTER &
16.14-1-43.5 17 BROOKSIDE DR REILLY, KAREN M. 16.05-3-33 22 ORCHARD DR ADESSA, GERARD &
16.14-2-22 17 DELLWORTH DR MIRAKAJ, SANDRA 16.10-1-65 22 PARKWAY DR SAGBAY, ROSA
16.14-2-45 17 GREENE RD MC KENNA, JOHN & SUSAN 16.06-3-49 22 ROGERS LN SANDERS-GONZALEZ, ANGELA
16.14-2-75.1 17 HORTON RD MARCHIGIANI, EDWARD & 16.10-2-65 22 ROSS DR CASSIN, RICHARD B &
16.09-3-42 17 LAKEVIEW DR GONZALEZ, RAMON E. & 16.10-5-9 22 TIGHE RD HOLMES, JAMES & MARGO
16.14-2-84 17 MILLER AVE SCOCOZZA, THOMAS J. 16.14-3-38 23 BRIDGE LN GOULD, ANDREW L & LAURA J
16.10-3-13 17 OLD MILL RD MAC CRONE, ROBERT 16.10-5-35 23 CARPENTER PL SPANO, JAMES & SUSAN
16.05-3-37 17 ORCHARD DR JUAN, JOSE J & ANABEL 16.10-1-42 23 CREST DR WEST, LEAH
16.09-3-31 17 PARKWAY DR BELMONT, DONALD A & 16.06-2-46 23 CYPRESS LN BOCKHAUS, GEORGE &
16.06-3-33 17 ROGERS LN MONICA, FRANK & 16.10-3-50 23 FOREST LN GERARDI, JESSICA
16.10-1-13 17 ROSS DR WIEGAND, CHARLES F. & 16.10-1-55 23 LAKEVIEW DR MIELE, MARY B. & JOSEPH
16.14-3-37 18 BRIDGE LN MANIFOLD, JOHN E & 16.14-2-68 23 MILLER AVE ORITI, JOSEPH & GINA M.
16.10-5-26 18 CARPENTER PL MATTEIS, ANDREA 16.09-3-28 23 PARKWAY DR REES, STEVEN &
16.10-1-31 18 CREST DR GUICH, JONATHAN & 16.06-3-36 23 ROGERS LN HOBBS, CECILIA & MARK J
16.14-2-39 18 GREENE RD CIBARELLI, LUCY (LE) & 16.10-1-10 23 ROSS DR PARSONS, JOHN G. &
16.09-3-19 18 LAKEVIEW DR FRICK, CHARLES J 16.10-4-15 23 TIGHE RD ANTON, RICHARD & KERRI
16.10-4-7 18 OLD MILL RD MORRONE, GERARD N. & 16.05-3-3 238 ROUTE 118 BAKER, GERALD J & SHARON
16.05-3-31 18 ORCHARD DR MAC NEIL, BRANDY 16.14-3-1 24 BRIDGE LN O'HARE, JAMES & ANNE
16.10-1-62 18 PARKWAY DR ARYEE, H. & EBANKS, C. 16.10-1-11 24 CREST DR CARLSON, CHARLES P. &
16.06-3-51 18 ROGERS LN CHAMBERLAIN, DIANE 16.14-2-42 24 GREENE RD PIARULLI, CHRISTOPHER P &
16.14-2-52.1 18 SHADOW LN FARRELL, CLINTON 16.14-2-69 24 MILLER AVE CASELLA, JOSEPH ROBERT &
16.10-5-11 18 TIGHE RD NA 16.10-1-66 24 PARKWAY DR MC GUIRE, THOMAS & MARIA
16.05-3-36 18 VALLEY DR WEST GERAGHTY, ANDRE & ANDREA 16.06-3-48 24 ROGERS LN MAURO,THOMAS A. &
16.14-3-16 18 WRIGHT RD HINZ, TRAVIS J & LEQUIA 16.10-2-66 24 ROSS DR COSTANZA, DIANA F
16.14-1-45 19 BROOKSIDE DR DALTON, FRANCIS 16.10-5-8 24 TIGHE RD JAZWINSKI, ROBERT A &
16.10-5-33 19 CARPENTER PL THOMPSON, JUDITH M 16.14-1-10 24 TOMPKINS RD TRUOCCOLO, ALENA
16.06-2-44 19 CYPRESS LN VAZQUEZ MELENDEZ, 16.14-3-20 25 BRIDGE LN FINNEY, WILLIAM R &
16.10-3-51 19 FOREST LN MARSIGLIA, BARBARA 16.10-1-41 25 CREST DR RYDER, ANDREW J. ( JR)
16.10-3-10 19 OLD MILL RD MUNSON, SCOTT & SARAH 16.06-2-47 25 CYPRESS LN BOCKHAUS, GEORGE STEPHAN
16.05-3-35 19 ORCHARD DR RALPH JAMES & DEVINO JEAN 16.14-2-19 25 DELLWORTH DR SCHNEIDER, ARTHUR W &
16.06-3-34 19 ROGERS LN MULHOLLAND, PATRICK J 16.10-3-49 25 FOREST LN MAURER, FRANCIS J. &
16.10-1-12 19 ROSS DR STEAD, JIM & CHRISTINE 16.14-2-57 25 MILLER AVE TETRO, ERIK C. & JENNIFER
16.10-5-7 19 TIGHE RD SALINAS, ANGEL & YARY 16.10-3-7 25 OLD MILL RD MOLLAGHAN, JOHN T &
16.14-1-12 19 TOMPKINS RD CROCKETT, EDNA O'BRIEN 16.09-3-27 25 PARKWAY DR KINGSBURY, JAMES A &
16.10-3-20 2 AERY RD BERNARD, GERALD & 16.06-3-37 25 ROGERS LN TURNER, DANIEL &
16.10-3-14 2 BOLLING RD DE LAURA, DAVID J. 16.10-1-9.1 25 ROSS DR SEAGRIST, SHAWN E &
16.14-1-11 2 BROOKSIDE DR GILLIGAN FAMILY IRREV SEE LEGALS PAGE 31
16.10-5-31 2 CARPENTER PL BARLOW, THELMA
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LEGALS 16.09-3-22 32 VALLEY DR EAST KULZER, RICHARD F &
FROM PAGE 30 16.10-1-38 33 CREST DR FORTIER, ROBERT & DONNA M
16.06-3-56 33 OLD MILL RD NA
16.10-4-16 25 TIGHE RD JACKSON, STEPHEN D. 16.06-3-41 33 ROGERS LN DAVEY, EDWARD P &
16.14-2-87 26 BRIDGE LN ZIEGLER, ALBERT 16.06-2-31 33 SHENOROCK DR FRENCH, PATRICIA & JAMES
16.06-3-10 26 CYPRESS LN WIEHN FAMILY IRREVOCABLE 16.10-4-20 33 TIGHE RD VARGAS, MARITZA
16.10-3-42 26 FOREST LN QUIGLEY, BERNARD & 16.10-1-37 34 CREST DR WATSON, MICHAEL P. &
16.14-2-56 26 MILLER AVE PALAZZETTI, DARYL R 16.10-3-46 34 FOREST LN O'BRIEN, JAMES & LORRAINE
16.10-4-3 26 OLD MILL RD MADRUNERO, AMPARO B. 16.06-3-77 34 OLD MILL RD PACIARELLO, DAWN
16.10-1-67 26 PARKWAY DR SMITH, CAMERON 16.05-3-80 34 PARKWAY DR 299 CENTRAL PARK AVE CORP
16.06-3-47 26 ROGERS LN THOMAS P. ARCURI TRUST 16.06-3-43 34 ROGERS LN KOLOSKI, JAMES A &
16.10-2-67 26 ROSS DR TUCCILLO, VINCENT A 16.10-4-35 34 TIGHE RD JUBOK, NICHOLAS JR
16.14-3-19 27 BRIDGE LN MC LAREN, KAMELE 16.10-1-2 35 CREST DR CARSON, BRYAN E & SUSAN
16.10-3-6 27 OLD MILL RD JURGENS, JOHN A & 16.06-3-13 35 FOREST LN LANDOR, STEFAN & GABRIELA
16.05-2-10 27 OVERHILL RD NA 16.14-2-6 35 MILLER AVE GIAMBURRO, JOHN &
16.09-3-25.1 27 PARKWAY DR MONACO, JOHN 16.06-3-57 35 OLD MILL RD GROVES, KATHLEEN
16.10-1-8.1 27 ROSS DR LEMBO, RINO & SUSAN 16.05-3-68 35 PARKWAY DR MENDOZA, JOSE & ROSEANN
16.10-4-17 27 TIGHE RD COX, JONATHAN & JULIE 16.10-1-4 35 ROSS DR ALMEIDA, ANTONIO &
16.14-2-74 28 BRIDGE LN ALECKSANDROVICH, OLEG 16.06-2-32 35 SHENOROCK DR MINNERLY, RUSSELL III &
16.06-3-9 28 CYPRESS LN GRECZYLO, GEORGE & 16.10-4-21 35 TIGHE RD BALL, CHRISTOPHER J. &
16.10-5-39 28 DELLWORTH DR DE MILTO, DOMINIC & 16.10-1-3.1 36 CREST DR FIUMARA, MICHAEL &
16.10-3-43 28 FOREST LN COOGAN, PETER & MARIELLEN 16.06-3-6 36 CYPRESS LN PANOS, DONALD J &
16.10-4-2 28 OLD MILL RD PFAFFENBACH, CHARLES & 16.10-3-47 36 FOREST LN SHAW, GEOFFREY S.
16.10-1-68 28 PARKWAY DR DONNELLY, DANIEL & DENISE 16.10-2-6 36 HILLANDALE RD KENDALL, DOREEN
16.10-2-68 28 ROSS DR MARENGHI, ANTHONY V & 16.14-2-8 36 MILLER AVE CASSARA, ROBERT & JANE
16.10-4-38.5 28 TIGHE RD MC GEE, LISA M. & 16.06-3-76 36 OLD MILL RD MESSINA, DEAN & LORRAINE
16.14-3-18 29 BRIDGE LN WAGNER, MICHAEL & GAIL 16.05-3-79 36 PARKWAY DR GARLAND, JOHN & LISA M
16.10-1-40 29 CREST DR VEGLIANTE, ANTHONY & 16.06-1-56 36 ROGERS LN KATZ, AMANDA D J
16.06-2-49 29 CYPRESS LN ROUBLICK, JOHN & EILEEN 16.06-2-18 36 ROSS DR SEDITO, DOMINICK S.
16.10-3-2 29 FOREST LN DI SANTO, RONALD & CATHIE 16.06-2-41 36 SHENOROCK DR BINGHI, VICTOR & FILOMENA
16.06-2-21 29 HILLANDALE RD FALEY, DENIS & 16.05-3-82 37 CREST DR CREEGAN, BRIAN & REGINA F
16.10-3-5 29 OLD MILL RD O'CONNELL, BARBARA A 16.06-1-30.5 37 CYPRESS LN DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
16.06-3-39 29 ROGERS LN CANZIO, JOSEPH JAY 16.06-3-14 37 FOREST LN MC PARTLIN, GORDON E &
16.10-1-7 29 ROSS DR CIAMPI, GIOVANNI 16.06-3-58 37 OLD MILL RD VINBERG, ALLAN
16.10-3-23 3 AERY RD SCHMELMER, ROBERT 16.05-3-69 37 PARKWAY DR AUBEL, JOHN GUY & SUSAN
16.10-5-13 3 BEDELL PL RUPERTO, FRANK & 16.06-1-49 37 ROGERS LN MINNAUGH, WILLIAM P. &
16.10-3-18 3 BOLLING RD MERUSI, MARY ELLEN 16.06-2-9 37 ROSS DR ZEIF, JASON
16.14-3-48 3 BRIDGE LN PICA, DANIEL & PAULA 16.10-4-22 37 TIGHE RD AZABACHE, RICARDO
16.10-1-53 3 CREST DR PIETRANGOLARE, J & D 16.06-2-8.1 38 CREST DR SHARFSTEIN, LAURA M
16.05-2-26 3 CREST DR NORTH RUTTER, GERALD 16.06-3-5 38 CYPRESS LN GUADALUPE, EDWIN &
16.14-2-29 3 DELLWORTH DR ROMERO, WALTER 16.14-2-7 38 MILLER AVE GRIFFITH, MICHAEL &
16.10-3-12 3 HEATHER LN AGUIRRE, VINCENT & LIZA 16.06-3-75 38 OLD MILL RD POUSADA, KEITH
16.14-3-62 3 LAKESIDE LN GHAZAL, GEORGE & THERESE 16.05-3-78 38 PARKWAY DR WIEHN FAMILY IRREVOCABLE
16.14-3-60 3 MILLER AVE FOURNIER, JON B & 16.06-2-17 38 ROSS DR BABIARZ-LESNIAK, KINGA &
16.06-1-7 3 NORTH ROSS DR BERTELS, RUSSELL G & 16.05-3-83 39 CREST DR CALTABELLOTTA, SALVATORE
16.06-1-18 3 N SHENOROCK DR DI MELLA, VINCENT J & 16.06-3-59 39 OLD MILL RD BIRNBACH, MARC
16.10-3-26 3 OLD MILL RD MONACO, JOHN J. 16.05-3-70 39 PARKWAY DR BARAN, EDWARD
16.05-2-6 3 ORCHARD CT GIANAZZA, JAMES J & 16.06-1-50 39 ROGERS LN MASI, GLENN P.
16.05-3-49 3 ORCHARD DR SUMAIDA, SAIF 16.06-2-10 39 ROSS DR MC QUADE, ELDA ARMAYOR &
16.09-3-43 3 PARKWAY DR MILLAR, HEATH & JUDITH 16.06-2-34 39 SHENOROCK DR MALLEY, JAMES C & SUSAN E
16.10-1-20 3 ROSS DR KIRICHENKO, DIMITRI & 16.10-4-23 39 TIGHE RD DENTICO, JAMES
16.06-2-27 3 SPRINGDALE RD STREMPEL, JOSEPH & 16.10-3-21 4 AERY RD LOHWASSER FAMILY TRUST,
16.05-3-73 3 VALLEY DR EAST ADLER, DAVID & CHRISTINE 16.10-3-15 4 BOLLING RD GRIFFITH, MARCUS
16.09-3-3 3 WALKER DR LUCIANO, LOUIS A & JEAN 16.14-3-30 4 BRIDGE LN TELESCO, DAVID J.
16.09-3-17.2 3 WALKER DR S MANCINI, RICHARD & JOAN 16.10-5-30 4 CARPENTER PL ROSA, JOSEPH A. &
16.14-3-27 3 WRIGHT RD SILVERBERG, JAMES & 16.10-1-24 4 CREST DR CALDERON, ROGER F.
16.14-2-63 30 BRIDGE LN DENARO, VINCENZO & 16.06-1-4 4 CREST DR NORTH CAMPBELL, KEVIN J &
16.10-1-35 30 CREST DR PARSONS, JOHN G. & 16.14-2-10 4 DELLWORTH DR REILLY, KEVIN & MARIE
16.10-3-44 30 FOREST LN BAKER, MATTHEW S 16.10-4-4 4 EASTVIEW PL VAN BENSCHOTEN, KAREN
16.14-2-35 30 MILLER AVE WATSON, KARL W. 16.10-3-11 4 HEATHER LN ZEFAJ, ZEF & GJOK
16.10-4-1 30 OLD MILL RD HIRSCH, TONI ANNE 16.14-3-51 4 LAKESIDE LN DI CINTIO, CHRISTOPHER &
16.10-1-1 30 PARKWAY DR SULLIVAN, MICHAEL & KAREN 16.14-3-61 4 MILLER AVE ANDERSON, WILLIAM &
16.06-3-45 30 ROGERS LN GERBINO, ANTHONY & 16.05-2-19 4 NORTH PARKWAY DR BROWN, BRIAN
16.10-2-1 30 ROSS DR RYAN, JR GERALD S & 16.06-1-15 4 NORTH ROSS DR BARNA, PETER J. & JULIE H
16.10-4-37 30 TIGHE RD ROSADO, PHILLIP & APRIL 16.10-4-14 4 OLD MILL RD ESQUIVEL, OSCAR U. &
16.10-1-39 31 CREST DR MISYUK, PETER & 16.05-3-24 4 ORCHARD DR BARROWS, JAY & JOYCE
16.06-3-11 31 FOREST LN IMMEDIATO, JAMES 16.06-2-24 4 SPRINGDALE RD KALANTAROV, DANIL &
16.05-2-18 31 OVERHILL RD ACAMPORA, DENNIS M. & 16.14-2-81 4 TOMPKINS RD POLVERE, MARIO JOSEPH &
16.09-3-24 31 PARKWAY DR RUSH, ROBERT T (ET AL) 16.05-3-50 4 VALLEY DR WEST PALANSKY, PAUL S &
16.06-3-40 31 ROGERS LN CIAVOLINO, ERASMO & 16.09-3-1.1 4 WALKER DR SOUTH BRADY, DENNIS & DANA
16.10-1-6 31 ROSS DR GRABEKLIS, WALTER C & 16.14-3-9 4 WRIGHT RD MAURIELLO, III STEPHEN &
16.10-1-36 32 CREST DR ARNOLD, KIMBERLY 16.06-2-7 40 CREST DR GERENA, WILSON &
16.06-3-8 32 CYPRESS LN PENA, FELIX & MARY C. 16.06-3-4 40 CYPRESS LN CANTON, MARIA
16.10-3-45 32 FOREST LN FREY, JASON M 16.06-3-74 40 OLD MILL RD JOCKIMO, PAUL
16.06-3-78 32 OLD MILL RD CORRIERE, ELIZABETH & 16.05-3-77 40 PARKWAY DR FELICISSIMO, JOSEPH &
16.05-3-74 32 OVERHILL RD RIVKIN, JESSICA & 16.06-1-54 40 ROGERS LN HAROLD, MARIANN
16.05-3-81 32 PARKWAY DR CHEN, MEI ZHU & 16.10-4-32 40 TIGHE RD BARBER, ROBERT T. &
16.06-3-44 32 ROGERS LN SCANLON, JOHN J. & 16.05-3-84 41 CREST DR WHIPPLE, FREDERICK L JR &
16.06-2-20 32 ROSS DR KRUSKO, ANITA SEE LEGALS PAGE 32
16.10-4-36 32 TIGHE RD NAGY, ZSOFIA
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LEGALS 16.06-3-81 53 TIGHE RD HALERZ, BARBARA
FROM PAGE 31 16.06-3-23 54 FOREST LN LABATE, MARIA CONSUELO
16.06-3-67 54 OLD MILL RD WILLIAMS, KENNETH C &
16.06-1-32 41 CYPRESS LN SUCHANEK, ROBERT V 16.06-1-40 55 FOREST LN DELACY, KEVIN
16.06-3-16 41 FOREST LN BALDWIN, TODD & 16.06-3-82 55 TIGHE RD GUERCI, STEVEN & BARBARA
16.06-3-60 41 OLD MILL RD GARDNER, ALPHONSE 16.06-1-34 56 CYPRESS LN WELBY, PETER
16.06-1-51 41 ROGERS LN BOBADILLA, ERICK & 16.06-3-22 56 FOREST LN DURHAM, AMY (TIC)
16.06-2-11 41 ROSS DR FALCO, MICHAEL & LAURA 16.06-3-66.1 56 OLD MILL RD SOTO, WILLIAM &
16.06-2-35 41 SHENOROCK DR GAMBOA, JOHANNA & 16.06-3-42 56 OVERHILL RD LEVINE, TROY E. &
16.06-2-6 42 CREST DR DUNSTAN, DENNIS R JR & 16.06-4-22 56 TIGHE RD UNMANN, GREGORY &
16.06-3-3 42 CYPRESS LN WHITE, GLENN & STACEY 16.06-1-41 57 FOREST LN BARBAGALLO, JOHN &
16.06-3-73 42 OLD MILL RD GARCIA, RAFAEL M. & 16.06-1-57 57 OVERHILL RD NA
16.05-3-76 42 PARKWAY DR SOLANO, BERNADETTE E. 16.06-3-21 58 FOREST LN MACK, EDWARD J. & ANN
16.06-2-16 42 ROSS DR STAVOLA, DAVID & 16.06-3-65 58 OLD MILL RD CICCIARELLA, CORRADO F. &
16.10-4-31 42 TIGHE RD VERRINO, ANTHONY 16.06-4-21 58 TIGHE RD CATANIA, FRANK H &
16.05-3-85 43 CREST DR SCARFONE, JOSEPH & 16.06-1-42 59 FOREST LN LOUGHLIN, JOSEPH J &
16.06-1-33 43 CYPRESS LN QUIRINDONGO, RONALD 16.06-1-61.1 59 OVERHILL RD CICCIARELLA, GIORGIO,
16.06-3-61 43 OLD MILL RD NEYLAN, CHRISTOPHER 16.06-3-83 59 TIGHE RD TAGAYUN, MICHELLE &
16.06-1-52 43 ROGERS LN KLEINBURG, DEBORAH 16.10-5-16 6 BEDELL PL ASKEW, LEON ( JR.) &
16.06-2-12 43 ROSS DR BELL, ROBYN 16.10-3-16 6 BOLLING RD AIELLO, JAMES
16.06-2-26 43 SHENOROCK DR IRWIN, JOANNE J 16.14-3-31 6 BRIDGE LN MELIKSTETIAN, DIKRAN
16.06-2-5 44 CREST DR CONWAY, WILLIAM F & 16.14-1-9 6 BROOKSIDE DR YANAKIS, DIMITRI &
16.06-3-2 44 CYPRESS LN DELLABARCA, BRIAN & 16.10-1-25 6 CREST DR RUIZ, JOSE E. &
16.06-3-28 44 FOREST LN BELMONT, DOUGLAS A. & 16.06-1-3 6 CREST DR NORTH MELLY, KEVIN L &
16.06-3-72 44 OLD MILL RD ARRIAZA, PEGGIE 16.10-3-8 6 EASTVIEW PL PONCE DE LEON, SALVATORE
16.05-3-75 44 PARKWAY DR ZAWADZKI, RENATA 16.14-2-33 6 GREENE RD KEARNEY, SUSAN
16.06-2-15 44 ROSS DR GIRON, RIGOBERTO 16.14-2-70 6 HORTON RD ALLEN, DEBORAH L.
16.10-4-30 44 TIGHE RD PIEKARSKI, THOMAS S 16.14-3-52 6 LAKESIDE LN BURKART, CHRISTOPHER &
16.05-3-86 45 CREST DR GIANNIOS, CHRISTOPHER 16.05-2-20 6 NORTH PARKWAY DR DWYER, DENNIS M. &
16.06-3-17 45 FOREST LN GERTH, JAMES & KAREN 16.06-1-14 6 NORTH ROSS DR NIKAC, PAUL & VILMA
16.06-1-29 45 OVERHILL RD RIENZI, GERARD 16.06-1-26 6 N SHENOROCK DR SANTANASTASIO, DONALD
16.10-4-25 45 TIGHE RD MASTERSON, ALAN & BELIN 16.10-4-13 6 OLD MILL RD FREEMAN, RONALD L &
16.06-2-4 46 CREST DR WALSH, THOMAS M. 16.05-2-8 6 ORCHARD CT DUNN, ALICE
16.06-3-27 46 FOREST LN FIELDS, HOWARD A & AMY 16.05-3-25 6 ORCHARD DR BUTCHER, KATHRINE WINTER
16.06-3-71 46 OLD MILL RD KLEKMAN, ANDREA & 16.05-3-2 6 OVERHILL RD BACKMAN, DANIEL & HEATHER
16.10-4-29 46 TIGHE RD SATURN, LINDA M. 16.10-3-38 6 ROGERS LN MC DONALD, WALTER
16.06-3-18 47 FOREST LN RUPERTO, FRANK & KATHLEEN 16.10-2-56 6 ROSS DR ZACH, ROBERT P. & MARY
16.06-3-63 47 OLD MILL RD BOLOTIN, CRAIG & LEA 16.10-5-12 6 SUNSET DR ESTABAYA, EVA C. & YVORRE
16.06-2-13 47 ROSS DR SAIDEL, MARC L. & 16.14-2-82 6 TOMPKINS RD PENDER, EDWARD &
16.10-4-26 47 TIGHE RD TILLEY, ALYSSA J. 16.05-3-47 6 VALLEY DR WEST GERMAINE, ANDREW & LESLEY
16.06-2-1 48 CREST DR HOLDEN, MARGARET 16.09-3-11 6 WALKER DR MAHOOD, CATHERINE
16.06-1-39 48 CYPRESS LN MARTINS, SILVIA 16.14-3-10 6 WRIGHT RD CAPORALE, FRANK &
16.06-3-26 48 FOREST LN CARROLL, ROBERT J. & 16.06-4-20 60 TIGHE RD MAURER, JR GEORGE I &
16.10-4-28 48 TIGHE RD CATANIA, FRANK & 16.06-1-43 61 FOREST LN CAMBRA, GUSTAVO E. & LIZ
16.06-3-19 49 FOREST LN HESS, ROBERT & PATRICIA 16.10-5-36 61 LAKEVIEW DR BABBONI, DARRELL
16.06-3-64 49 OLD MILL RD CARUSO, DENNIS J 16.06-1-62 61 OVERHILL RD LAPPE, THERESE C
16.06-3-79 49 TIGHE RD PROPPER, ANGELINA & 16.06-1-46 62 FOREST LN WELLING, DONALD C &
16.10-3-22 5 AERY RD COTRONA, VINCENT 16.06-4-19 62 TIGHE RD TILLMAN, DANIEL & CYNTHIA
16.10-5-14 5 BEDELL PL CERNIK, GRACE A. (LE) 16.10-5-37 63 LAKEVIEW DR AITCHISON, COLIN J &
16.14-3-47 5 BRIDGE LN FACTOR, JAN ROBERT 16.06-1-45 64 FOREST LN JAWAHIR, BALRAJ & SHABANA
16.14-2-5 5 CARPENTER PL ANGIELLO, JOSEPH & 16.10-5-38 65 LAKEVIEW DR BARETTE, LEONORE M
16.10-1-56 5 CREST DR CARAGINE, JOSEPH P 16.06-3-86 65 TIGHE RD RACE-DYMEK, DOROTHY
16.05-2-25 5 CREST DR NORTH ESPOSITO, MICHAEL A. & 16.06-1-44 66 FOREST LN BLEASDALE, DAGMAR S. &
16.14-2-28 5 DELLWORTH DR QUINE, WENDY J 16.06-4-17 66 TIGHE RD PETERS, JOHN DOUGLAS &
16.10-3-9 5 EASTVIEW PL CHAVEZ, JAN-PIERRE 16.06-3-87 67 TIGHE RD CASEY, JAMES J & CAROL
16.05-2-15 5 N PARKWAY DR CAMERA, JEFFREY 16.06-3-87 67 TIGHE RD CASEY, JAMES J & CAROL
16.06-1-8 5 NORTH ROSS DR SHAW, BARBARA F 16.06-4-16 68 TIGHE RD TEJEDA, ERIC
16.06-1-19 5 N SHENOROCK DR DE SANTIS, NICOLA & LIDA 16.10-5-15 7 BEDELL PL SMITH, HAROLD T. ( JR) &
16.10-3-27 5 OLD MILL RD HARKINS, JOHN M ( JR) 16.14-3-46 7 BRIDGE LN ANDERSEN, PAUL & CLARA
16.05-2-7 5 ORCHARD CT DAVILA, JR ARTHUR & 16.14-1-13 7 BROOKSIDE DR BUCCHIGNANO, BRIAN J. &
16.05-3-48 5 ORCHARD DR LENTZ, STEVEN W. 16.14-2-4 7 CARPENTER PL LYNCH, PAUL M &
16.09-3-40.5 5 PARKWAY DR NALDINI, MARIA C. 16.10-1-50.1 7 CREST DR PINELLO, HELEN M.
16.10-3-41 5 ROGERS LN SCANLON, THOMAS 16.05-2-24 7 CREST DR NORTH ABONETE LUSAN, JANICE E.
16.10-1-19 5 ROSS DR TOBIN, WILLIAM E 16.14-2-27 7 DELLWORTH DR PALAZZETTI, NELLO R &
16.10-5-21 5 SUNSET DR MOLEANO FAMILY IRREV. 16.10-3-37 7 EASTVIEW PL HABER, PETER J. & KAREN S
16.14-3-6 5 TOMPKINS RD GANNON, DENNIS P. & 16.14-2-49 7 GREENE RD GLOVER, CANDACE C
16.05-3-72 5 VALLEY DR EAST MONTEIRO, BRIGIDA & 16.14-2-79 7 HORTON RD GONZALEZ, SERGIO & MARIA
16.09-3-4 5 WALKER DR PERCOPO, RALPH M JR & 16.14-3-44 7 MILLER AVE CAMPO, BARBARA
16.06-1-37 50 CYPRESS LN CASSATA, MARK A. & 16.05-2-14 7 NORTH PARKWAY DR FARRELL, MATTHEW &
16.06-3-25 50 FOREST LN SHEA, THOMAS 16.06-1-9 7 NORTH ROSS DR GREEN, LESLIE A. & PAUL J
16.06-3-69 50 OLD MILL RD DALEY, JAMES 16.06-1-20 7 NSHENOROCK DR DALY, PATRICIA
16.10-4-27 50 TIGHE RD RECINOS, JOSE DANIEL 16.10-3-25 7 OLD MILL RD CORCORAN, PETER R JR &
16.06-3-20 51 FOREST LN COLETTI, WAYNE & JEANIE 16.05-3-46 7 ORCHARD DR GUARAGNA, RICHARD & PAULA
16.06-3-55 51 HILLANDALE RD ANDERSON, SUSAN M 16.05-2-1 7 OVERHILL RD WELSH, HUBERT & ANGELA
16.06-1-48 51 OVERHILL RD YETMAN, DONNA & FRANK X. 16.10-1-18 7 ROSS DR IANNICI, J.P. &
16.06-3-80 51 TIGHE RD DAKERS, JONATHAN, D. & 16.14-2-54 7 SHADOW LN WARREN, JOHN &
16.06-1-35.5 52 CYPRESS LN NAZZARO, ANTHONY 16.06-2-29 7 SPRINGDALE RD KENNY, VICKIE A. &
16.06-3-24 52 FOREST LN BORBA, MONICA 16.14-2-21 7 TIGHE RD HERBERT, CLINT & DAWN
16.06-3-68 52 OLD MILL RD MC GEE, SHANNON SEE LEGALS PAGE 33
16.06-3-1 53 FOREST LN SCHNELLE, LYNNE
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LEGALS 5.19-3-36 11 BIRCH RD MC GAUGHEY, TODD
FROM PAGE 32 5.15-1-17 11 BOXWOOD DR DE CRENZA, ROBERT &
5.15-3-46 11 BOXWOOD DR DE CRENZA, ROBERT &
16.14-3-5 7 TOMPKINS RD DECAPUA-LAZARI, DANIELLE 5.15-2-20 11 DOGWOOD RD HARAN, MICHAEL P
16.09-3-5 7 WALKER DR CAVINO, ROBERT W & JANE M 5.19-3-80.5 11 GREENWOOD DR PERINI, PHILLIP M. &
16.06-4-14 70 TIGHE RD SMALLEY, DONNA A/K/A 5.15-2-94 11 IRIS RD GEIGER, STEPHANIE & SCOTT
16.06-3-89 71 TIGHE RD HUFF, ROBERT W & 5.15-3-47 11 MAGNOLIA DR BORDIGA, NICOLAS &
16.06-4-9 72 TIGHE RD GEIGER, FRANK G & 5.19-2-55 11 OLIVE DR ALLEN, MICHAEL &
16.14-2-43 73 LAKEVIEW DR GORMLEY GRANTOR RETAINED 5.15-1-89 12 ALDER RD PERDICHIZZI, MICHAEL &
16.06-4-7 74 TIGHE RD TOWNSEND, BRIAN & CHERYL 5.19-3-35 12 BOXWOOD DR FOLEY, PATRICIA A.
16.14-2-62 75 LAKEVIEW DR DOMINGO, PONCIANO S & 5.15-2-47 12 DAISY DR BREHM, PAUL & KATHLEEN
16.10-3-17 8 BOLLING RD WILLIAMS, GERARD & 5.19-3-47 12 FLOWER DR FUNK, ANGELA T.
16.14-1-8 8 BROOKSIDE DR OLIVER, LAVERNE 5.19-1-46 12 GERANIUM DR ROSAFORT, MICHAEL & KATHI
16.10-5-29 8 CARPENTER PL FAN, CARMELO S. & 5.19-3-64 12 HEMLOCK DR SELLER, DANIEL ALLEN &
16.10-1-26 8 CREST DR ORZECH, KATARZYNA 5.15-1-39 12 HICKORY RD JONES, ANDREW &
16.06-1-2 8 CREST DR NORTH BARRY, KEVIN P. & 5.14-1-24.5 12 LARCH DR KOSTELAS, CHRISTINA
16.14-2-12 8 DELLWORTH DR LUCIANO, JOSEPH 5.15-3-62 12 PEACH RD SMITH, DAVID & DORIS
16.14-2-34 8 GREENE RD CEGIELSKI, GINA 5.15-3-89 12 WILLOW RD CARMEL, THOMAS & MARY
16.14-2-58 8 GRIFFIN PL KERINS, MICHAEL & TONYA 5.15-3-16 13 BIRCH RD SAIAS, ROBERTA &
16.14-2-71 8 HORTON RD SCHRIRO, IRWIN W. & 5.15-1-65.5 13 FLOWER DR HANNAN, JOHN J &
16.14-3-53 8 LAKESIDE LN MC KEOWN, DOROTHY A. 5.18-2-4 13 HEMLOCK DR KELLEHER, MICHAEL
16.14-3-45 8 MILLER AVE AMANI, YAQUB 5.15-3-61 14 DAISY DR DE VITO, RICHARD C. &
16.05-2-21 8 N PARKWAY DR ESPOSITO, ROBERT A & 5.19-1-30 14 DOGWOOD RD MICHELL, MARIA
16.06-1-13 8 NORTH ROSS DR DI BLASIO, ALEX R. & 5.19-3-82.5 14 HICKORY RD MURTHA, WILLIAM &
16.06-1-25 8 N SHENOROCK DR DALY, DENNIS & ALICIA C. 5.15-2-14 14 ORANGE DR SEMINARA, MICHAEL G. &
16.10-4-12 8 OLD MILL RD BROWN, MATTHEW & 5.15-2-42 14 TULIP RD CAICO, JOSEPH & CARA
16.05-3-26 8 ORCHARD DR PAEZ, GREGORIO JOSE Y & 5.19-1-48 15 DOGWOOD RD 15 DOGWOOD RD LLC
16.10-1-58 8 PARKWAY DR KUTZY, ANDREW & 5.14-1-22 15 FLOWER DR LAUBIS, CHRISTOHER A
16.10-3-39 8 ROGERS LN GECAJ, ZYRAFETE 5.19-3-27 15 TULIP RD FREY, RICHARD & MARIE
16.10-2-57 8 ROSS DR BATCHELOR, JAY C. 5.15-1-74 15 WILLOW RD COLLACURO, LORETTA
16.06-2-23 8 SPRINGDALE RD PERAGINE, JANET 5.15-1-91 16 ACACIA DR SALERNO, PAUL &
16.14-2-83 8 TOMPKINS RD NAVATTA, CHRISTOPHER M. & 5.15-1-10 16 DAISY DR DAMMEYER, CHARLES S &
16.14-3-11 8 WRIGHT RD MILTON, LAWRENCE & MARIA 5.15-1-23 16 FLOWER DR SERRARO, PAUL & KATHLEEN
16.14-1-41 9 BROOKSIDE DR BUNNEY, STEVEN P 5.15-2-82 16 GREENWOOD DR ASLLANI, ADNAN & SELVET
16.10-1-49 9 CREST DR QUINN, PAUL W 5.15-2-3 16 JUNIPER DR KAPLAN, LINDA B. &
16.14-2-26 9 DELLWORTH DR RIVERA, CLEMENTE & 5.15-3-39 16 LOCUST DR PUFF, JAMES B & EDITH
16.14-2-48 9 GREENE RD GARCIA, CARLOS M. AKA 5.15-3-66.5 16 NARCISSUS DR SPEARS, BROCK M
16.14-2-66 9 GRIFFIN PL MITCHELL, CHARLES, CORA & 5.15-3-3 16 NYMPH DR REDA, SAID & IRENE C
16.14-2-78 9 HORTON RD DUSTIN, CURTIS W. & 5.19-1-60 16 OLIVE DR ESKRIDGE, PAUL & AMY
16.14-3-59 9 LAKESIDE LN LEE, SHINJIN & 16 ORANGE DR PEREZ-BARLOW, PATRICIA A
16.14-3-33 9 MILLER AVE ORTH, WARREN A 16 TULIP RD CURRAN, JOSEPH & SUSAN
16.05-2-13 9 N PARKWAY DR CARDOZO, FARID & 16 WILLOW RD KING, JANNEL V. &
16.06-1-21 9 N SHENOROCK DR MANZELLA, FRANCIS J. & 17 FLOWER DR CRAFT, WILLIAM F &
16.10-3-24 9 OLD MILL RD FARINELLA, KEVIN 17 GREENWOOD DR SPARACINO, IRENE
16.05-3-45 9 ORCHARD DR SCAVELLI, GREGORY S & 17 MYRTLE DR MINNICH, WILLIAM J &
16.05-2-2 9 OVERHILL RD SEMENZA, DANIEL & 17 ORANGE DR WIGGINS, CHRISTOPHER
16.09-3-37.5 9 PARKWAY DR GOULART, GEORGE (III) & 18 ALDER RD VUCETOVIC, AMET &
16.10-1-17 9 ROSS DR FREITAG, CARLA S 18 BOXWOOD DR SCHLEISSMANN, DAVID &
16.06-2-30 9 SPRINGDALE RD TUNOCOGLU, CEM & ILDIKO 18 GREENWOOD DR KELLY, ELIZABETH
16.10-5-41 9 TIGHE RD CARPUS, ROBIN A. & 18 LARCH DR CRISTIANO, KATHLEEN E. &
16.14-3-4 9 TOMPKINS RD JARAMILLO, SUSJEY 18 LOCUST DR MERWIN, CHRISTOPHER L &
16.09-3-6 9 WALKER DR WILLIAMS, KERRY A. 18 NYMPH DR DIPASQUALE, CHRISTOPHER &
16.14-3-24 9 WRIGHT RD KENNEY, RICHARD 18 ORANGE DR CARRILLO, JOSEPH &
16.06-3-70.1 48 OLD MILL RD DYMEK, DENNIS & DOROTHY 18 TULIP RD KELLY, MARY EILEEN
16.10-5-22.1 7 SUNSET DR YANARELLA, DANIEL JOSEPH 19 ACACIA DR GIBSON, JONATHAN & YAMILY
16.10-5-27.1 14 CARPENTER PL VINCI, M & JUERS-VINCI, C 19 HEMLOCK DR MEGLAUGHLIN, DAVID B
16.09-3-8.1 12 WALKER DR LUCIANO, JOSEPH A. 19 LAKE SHORE DR S STANTON, ROBERT & HELGA
16.09-3-8.2 10 WALKER DR LUCIANO, JOSEPH A 19 MYRTLE DR REIMANN, HERBERT & TRACY
19 NARCISSUS DR PFAFFENBACH, EVELYN (LE)
Lake Lincolndale Phase 2B 19 OLIVE DR PUTNAM/WESTCHESTER
PIN Address Owner's Name 2 ACACIA DR FERRELL, MARLENE
5.19-3-30 1 ASPEN RD THOMAS, TERRE D. 2 ASPEN RD WRIGHT, JOSEPH &
5.15-2-74 1 FOREST RD GIORGIO, DOMINICK JR 2 BOXWOOD DR REPP, MICHAEL J. ( JR) &
5.15-3-65 1 GREENWOOD DR MORRISSEY, JAMES & MARIA 2 CEDAR RD LOPEZ, MARIA A. &
5.15-3-85 1 IVY RD O'KEEFE, MICHAEL J & 2 COTTONWOOD DR MOSS, KEVIN & CAROLYN
5.15-3-14 1 LOCUST DR FUNK, PAUL 2 DOGWOOD RD SEGRETO, MICHAEL & LINDA
5.19-2-45 1 NYMPH DR MALAVENDA, PETER M 2 ELDER RD DAWSON, JOSEPH G.
5.19-2-59 1 ORANGE DR MOCCIO, ROBERT J & 2 ELM RD FULLTERON, BRIAN &
5.19-2-1 1 WILLOW RD HATTERSLEY GOUGH, EUNICE 2 FERN RD SANTANIELLO, ERNEST &
5.14-1-31 10 ACACIA DR MC CORMACK, JULIA A 2 GREENWOOD DR MULHOLLAND, PATRICIA A.
5.19-3-79 10 ALDER RD SHEPARD, PERRY R. & 2 HEMLOCK DR BARRON, VINCENT &
5.15-1-15 10 BOXWOOD DR MASTRANTONI, PAUL & 2 HICKORY RD SPEZIALE, VICTOR &
5.19-3-34 10 CEDAR RD BOLOGNA, LEONARD 2 HOLLY RD AMATO, GEORGE & ALLISON
5.15-1-25 10 COTTONWOOD DR PILLA, STEVEN & DEBORAH 2 IVY RD GLAESER, BARBARA
5.19-3-50.5 10 DOGWOOD RD BERRY, NANCY C A 2 NARCISSUS DR TANNENBAUM, GERALD S &
5.15-2-60 10 GREENWOOD DR MC CUTCHEN, DANIEL & 2 ORANGE DR DEL POZZO, CHARLES & JANE
5.15-3-35 10 HEMLOCK DR GONZALEZ, A & RIVERA, E 2 VINE RD GELBARD, RUTH
5.19-2-28 10 MYRTLE DR BRODE, R. & 2 WILLOW RD DESPOT, ODELLE
5.19-2-38 10 NYMPH DR LIAKOUNAKOS, AVRA SEE LEGALS PAGE 34
5.15-1-60 10 OLIVE DR SUTTON, ANTHONY W
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LEGALS 5.15-3-68.5 4 HOLLY RD GIROLAMO, RUSSELL P. &
FROM PAGE 33 5.15-3-2 4 IRIS RD SHEIK, JONATHAN
5.19-2-47 4 NARCISSUS DR DAVIS, ROSETTA
5.14-1-16.5 20 BOXWOOD DR LANGAN, KENNETH & DONNA M 5.19-2-65 4 OLIVE DR DABROWSKI, STANISLAW &
5.15-2-13 20 DAISY DR DWYER, MICHAEL J & 5.19-1-5 4 ORANGE DR SWEET, JOANNA A.
5.15-2-41 20 GREENWOOD DR DRISCOLL, MICHAEL & 5.19-2-3 4 PEACH RD CIVITA, LYNNE
5.15-1-70 20 LARCH DR GRIFFIN, FRANCIS & 5.19-2-68 4 PINE COURT PETRUCELLI, MARY C.
5.15-2-64 20 LOCUST DR CASIMIR, ANDY P. & 5.19-3-28 4 TAMARACK RD KLEMPNER, JOSHUA
5.19-1-28 20 NYMPH DR SCHMIDT, W. KEITH 5.19-3-68 4 WILLOW RD BEST, SUSAN
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