The Pride of Lindenhurst Award is presented annually in recognition of an outstanding contribution that inspires pride in the Lindenhurst School District. [Read more…]
Please be prepared for extensive delays in traffic patterns at the Wellwood Avenue bridge/Sunrise Highway beginning the week of June 12th. Workers will be conducting paving work and milling work, weather permitting, which should be completed by the end of the week.
Residents should take these delays into consideration when traveling during the week of June 12th.
INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF LINDENHURST
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a second public hearing will be held at the Lindenhurst Village Hall, 430 South Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, New York on the 6th day of June 2017 at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as can be heard, on the question of the enactment of Local Law #3-2017, formally known as Local Law #4-2016, amending the Code of the Village of Lindenhurst as follows:
Local Law #3-2017
Proposed enactment of creating a Downtown Redevelopment District (“DRD”) Floating Zone in the Village of Lindenhurst. The full text of this local law is on file at the Village Hall.
Dated: May 16, 2017
Lindenhurst, NY 11757
Inc. Village of Lindenhurst
Members of the Lindenhurst community have set up at Chinese Auction to help raise money for the Aluska family in memory of Diane Aluska. The event will take place on July 2 at the Fireman’s Pavilion, 98 Hartford Street, Lindenhurst, NY. Doors open at 1:00 pm.
There will be hundreds of raffles and a 50/50. $5.00 per person admission. All proceeds will benefit the Aluska family.
The organizers of the event are seeking the community’s help through the donation of baskets and items for the auction. If anyone is interested in donating, or needs more information, please contact Nicole Francis at Nicole91278@gmail.com.
The Incorporated Village of Lindenhurst proudly announces that it will once again be sponsoring the Summer of Fun Recreation Program at Lindenhurst Village Park. Please be reminded, THE PROGRAM IS OPEN TO LINDENHURST RESIDENTS ONLY!
Director: Mike Canobbio
General Information – The Village of Lindenhurst Summer Recreation Program takes place at Lindenhurst Village Park at Feller’s Pond. The camp is open to children who are Lindenhurst residents or attend school within the Lindenhurst School District. The camp is open for Lindenhurst children who have completed kindergarten up to eighth grade.
Registration Details –
VILLAGE RESIDENTS whose last name begins with:
A – J , will register MONDAY JUNE 12, FROM 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
K – Z will register TUESDAY, JUNE 13, FROM 7:00 AM TO 2:00 PM.
All NON-VILLAGE LINDENHURST RESIDENT campers will register June 14 from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm. Registration will close early if the camp fills to capacity. This will also be the late registration day for Village residents, if there are openings available.
Registration Fees –
Village Residents – $75.00 for the season per camper. This fee does not include trips, shirts, etc.
Non-Village Lindenhurst Residents – $150.00 for the season per camper. This fee does not include trips, shirts, etc.
Registration Requirements –
- A copy of the camper’s immunization records. The records will be kept on file (Board of Health) and the doctor’s stamp or signature must be clearly visible. No application will be accepted unless you have the records!
- Proof of residency – campers must be eligible to attend Lindenhurst Schools
- Proof of kindergarten attendance for all 5/6 year olds – campers have to complete kindergarten by June 23, 2017.
- Please bring a pen. A reminder, trips and t-shirts will be sold at registration. Expect long lines.
Schedule – The camp runs for six weeks, from July 5 to August 16. The days and hours of the camp are Monday to Friday, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Members of the Lindenhurst community have set up at Chinese Auction to help raise money for the Aluska family. The event will take place on June 25th at the Moose Lodge, 883 South Broadway, Lindenhurst, NY.
The organizers of the event are seeking the community’s help through the donation of baskets and items for the auction. If anyone is interested in donating, please contact Karen Shanley at (631) 226-5929.
Mayor Michael Lavorata is pleased to provide residents with the revised Downtown Redevelopment Ordinance. This Ordinance has been created to encourage pleasant and attractive multifamily residential development in proximity to the Lindenhurst Long Island Railroad Station and Downtown Business District. It is hoped that if this law is approved, it will help spur positive growth and development in our downtown, replace less desirable development and blight, and provide an inviting alternative to housing in a single family residential type settling.
The revisions to the Ordinance have been the product of a public hearing, numerous Village Board meetings and several months of review with that as a backdrop. The Village Board hopes to vote on the Local Law at its Board meeting on June 6, 2017.
The revisions can be found on the Village’s website by clicking here. It can also be found in the notices section (located under ‘resources’). Hard copies of the text are also available at Lindenhurst Village Hall.
We welcome your comments regarding the proposed ordinance at any time in writing, or at the public portions of any of the next two Board meetings on May 16, 2017 or June 6, 2017.
For more information, contact Douglas Madlon at Lindenhurst Village Hall (631) 957-7500.
Mayor Michael A. Lavorata and the Lindenhurst Village Board of Trustees will be holding a Dedication Ceremony Honoring Mayor Thomas A. Brennan.
Please join us on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. at Lindenhurst Village Park (at Feller’s Pond) located on Byrd Street between Irmisch and North Alleghany Avenues for the dedication of the softball field as “Thomas A. Brennan Field”.
Mayor Tom Brennan dedicated many years to the Village, working tirelessly both as a Trustee, and then as Mayor. The Village of Lindenhurst is grateful for his service to our community.
Please come out and show your gratitude and support for Tom Brennan as we dedicate the Softball Field in his honor.
Lindenhurst Village Department of Public Works employee Richard Spoor has retired after serving the Village for the past 28 years. Village Administrator Douglas Madlon thanked Mr. Spoor for his service to the Lindenhurst community and wished him a happy, healthy retirement.
Pictured: Deputy Administrator Joe Barone, DPW Employee Richard Spoor, Village Administrator Clerk Douglas Madlon
Mayor Michael Lavorata recently welcomed members of the Walldorf Germany Fire Department and the Walldorf Mayor to the Village of Lindenhurst to celebrate the friendship between two villages. Members of the Lindenhurst Fire Department visited Walldorf in the fall of 2016. [Read more…]