Welcome to our improved Village Website! It has been a long time coming but is a work in progress and we plan to continue to improve it as a source for information. Our intent is to create a Virtual Village Hall for which you may contact me, my office staff and/or members of the Administration with issues, problems and continued suggestions. [Read more…]
Welcome to our new and improved Village of Lindenhurst website! It was designed and donated by Efferent Media, a digital marketing agency located right here in the Village. We know that it has been a long time coming, but we wanted to be sure that it was a vast upgrade over our previous website, as well as much more user-friendly.
Our intent is to create a virtual Village Hall through which you may contact me, my office staff and/or members of the administration with issues, problems and suggestions. We hope that you are impressed with the improvements.
Well so far, we have had a very strange winter! One week it was 60 degrees and then the temperature dropped all the way down to 10 degrees!
That is why Deputy Mayor Mike Lavorata and I want to remind residents that driving during the winter months can be extremely dangerous, especially when it snows. However, driving with extra caution and adhering to the rules of the road can help to ensure safe passage for all motorists!
Motorists can enhance safety, visibility and mobility throughout the season by making sure that our vehicles are winter-ready. Before driving be sure to clear all windows, lights and external mirrors of snow and ice, be observant of roadway conditions, and proceed at appropriate speeds. [Read more…]
As you are all well aware, on October 29 and 30, 2012, our residents were hit by a superstorm which delivered the most devastation we have ever witnessed. Hurricane Sandy ravaged our Village and our surrounding communities. But in the aftermath of the sorrow, disruption, loss of property and the robbing of almost everything that residents affected have ever had, I don’t think that I can put into words how proud I am of the residents of this Village, the many benefactors that we have been touched by, and the help and love that has been poured onto all of us.
Volunteers from all over have assisted in the clean-up and recovery effort, as well as provided much-needed supplies to those hit the hardest. It is true that when the chips are down, people prove that they are willing to sacrifice to help others in need. Even some of the people who themselves were suffering were comforting others in worse shape than they were in. It was truly magnificent, and again, as mayor of this great Village, I cannot express my gratitude in words for what you all have provided. [Read more…]