Suffolk County Police Announce "Operation Shield"

At a meeting of the Board of Trustees on April 18, 2017, Inspector Gerard McCarthy and COPE Officer Michael Casper announced a new Police-Department initiative known as "Operation Shield".

This program enables residents and business owners to register their contact information concerning security cameras located on their premises.  In the event there is criminal activity in the general vicinity of the residents' and/or business owners' security cameras, the police will contact the camera owners and request to review the footage in question.  

By working together, police representatives are hopeful this initiative will yield additional information to help solve crimes.

Anyone wishing to register their contact information for their security cameras may do so by signing up using the link below:

  http://suffolkcountyny.gov/scpd-shield/home.aspx

CHANGE IN BOARD-MEETING DATE

At the April 18, 2017, Board of Trustees' meeting, a resolution was passed to change the date of the May 2017 work-session meeting.

Accordingly, the previously-noticed meeting on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at 6 p.m. has been changed to Tuesday, May 2, 2017, at 6 p.m. at Village Hall, 369 Neighborhood Road, Mastic Beach, New York  11951.  There will not be a Board of Trustees' meeting held on Wednesday, May 3, 2017.

Dated:  April 19, 2017

Susan F. Alevas, Esq.,

Village Clerk/Administrator

 

Mayor Miller: "Operation Rolling Thunder" Rolls into Day 3

Mayor Miller reports that "Operation Rolling Thunder" is in its third and likely final full day of operation with multiple crews working throughout the Village.

The weather has cooperated for the crews from K. Dymond Industries, Inc. of Medford, NY, and they are on target to finish up the Village Board's emergency-pothole repair initiative. Trustee Fred Krage continues oversight of this project.

Pictured is a crew addressing emergency-pothole repairs on Park Drive in Mastic Beach.

Mayor Miller: Day 2 of "Operation Rolling Thunder" Update

Mayor Robert A. Miller reports that midway through Day 2 of "Operation Rolling Thunder", emergency-pothole repairs are progressing at a strong pace.

By the end of today, repairs will have been completed on the Village's main thoroughfares (Neighborhood, Mastic Beach, Mastic, Wavecrest and Riverside) in addition to work on side streets in the Parkview/John's Neck area. Repair work is commencing in the Park/Riviera area as well.

Weather permitting, the balance of the repairs is expected to be completed by late afternoon TOMORROW. It is possible a small number of potholes may require an additional day to complete and this will be known once an assessment is completed tomorrow afternoon.

Mayor Miller: Day One of "Operation Rolling Thunder Update

The first day of pothole repairs concluded with work done on and near portions of Neighborhood Road and Wavecrest Drive.

Mayor Miller noted multiple repair crews, under the oversight of Trustee Fred Krage, will be back in the Village tomorrow (weather permitting).

Mayor Robert Miller announces "Operation Rolling Thunder" Begins During Week Two of New Administration!

Mayor Robert Miller announces "Operation Rolling Thunder" Begins During Week Two of New Administration!

This morning, multiple crews began a massive pothole-repair initiative that will take place over the next several days (weather permitting). K. Dymond Industries, Inc. of Medford, NY is undertaking pothole-repair for the Village on an emergency basis. Trustee Fred Krage was designated by Mayor Miller to oversee this project on behalf of the Board of Trustees.

VERIFIED ASSESSMENT ROLL

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF RECEIPT OF VERIFIED ASSESSMENT ROLL

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the Treasurer’s filing of the completed and verified assessment roll with the Village Clerk/Administrator on April 3, 2017 (with April 1, 2017, falling on a weekend), said assessment roll will remain on file, subject to public inspection for fifteen (15) days from the date of publication of this notice, at Village Hall, 369 Neighborhood Road, Mastic Beach, New York11951, during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excepting holidays.

Susan F. Alevas, Esq., Village Clerk/Administrator 

Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach

369 Neighborhood Road

Mastic Beach, NY  11951

Dated:  April 3, 2017

 

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES - THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2017, 7 P.M., VILLAGE HALL

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH

NOTICE OF SPECIAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ MEETING

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a special meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach will be held on Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., at Village Hall, 369 Neighborhood Road, Mastic Beach, NY 11951, for the purpose of adopting a 2017-18 Village budget, a copy of which will be available at the Clerk’s office upon filing by the Village Treasurer.

Dated: March 29, 2017

Susan F. Alevas, Esq.,

Village Clerk/Administrator

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING - TUESDAY, APRIL 25,2017, 7 P.M., VILLAGE HALL

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held by the Village Board of the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., at Village Hall, 369 Neighborhood Road, Mastic Beach, NY11951, for the purpose of receiving public input on the proposed 2017-18 Village Budget, a copy of which will be available at the Clerk’s office upon filing by the Village Treasurer.  At said Public Hearing any person interested will be given the opportunity to be heard.   

Dated:  March 29, 2017

Susan F. Alevas, Esq.,

Village Clerk/Administrator

3/21/17 Annual Village Elections - Results

 

The following vote tallies were certified in today's Annual Elections in the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach.  Winners are listed with an asterisk.

Mayor:

Robert A. Miller* -- 751

Christopher Anderson -- 573

Trustees: (2 positions)

Fred Krage* -- 733

Victor Viola* -- 746

Christopher A. Ricciardi -- 583

Diana M. Soldano -- 581

 

WILLIAM FLOYD PARKWAY PROJECT POSTPONED

The 7th Precinct just confirmed that due to the lack of communication and coordination on the part of the LIRR, the project to rebuild the crossing at William Floyd Parkway this weekend has been postponed until the railroad can submit a proper traffic mitigation plan. 

NOTICE OF GENERAL VILLAGE ELECTIONS - TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2017, 12 NOON - 9:00 P.M., VILLAGE HALL, 369 NEIGHBORHOOD ROAD, MASTIC BEACH, NY 11951

NOTICE OF GENERAL VILLAGE ELECTION

OF THE

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach will conduct a General Village Election on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, from 12 Noon until 9:00 p.m. at Village Hall, 369 Neighborhood Road, Mastic Beach, New York11951.

The following are the positions and terms for which elections will be held:

 Mayor, Two-year Term, to begin on April 3, 2017, and end on April 1, 2019;

 Trustee, Two-year Term, to begin on April 3 2017, and end on April 1, 2019; and

 Trustee, Two-year Term, to begin on April 3, 2017, and end on April 1, 2019.

            The following are the names and addresses of the candidates for which nominations for election have been made:

            Mayor: (vote for one):

            Robert A. Miller, 2 Estate Drive, Mastic Beach, New York11951

            Christopher Anderson, 2 Manhasset Drive, Mastic Beach, New York11951

            Trustee (vote for two):

            Fred Krage, 95 Woodland Drive, Mastic Beach, New York11951

            Victor Viola, 95 Wavecrest Drive, Mastic Beach, New York11951

            Christopher A. Ricciardi, 17 Ducky Lane, Mastic Beach, New York  11951

            Diana M. Soldano, 111 Washington Drive, Mastic Beach, New York  11951

Dated:  March 1, 2017

                                                                                    Susan F. Alevas, Esq.,

                                                                                    Village Clerk/Administrator

                                                                                    Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach

 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING - TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 2017, 7 P.M. AT WILLIAM FLOYD HIGH SCHOOL

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT a Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the William Floyd High School, 240 Mastic Beach Road, Mastic Beach, New York 11951, by the Village Board of the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach for the purpose of receiving public input on a new, proposed local law to permit the Board of Trustees to pierce the New York State tax cap.  A copy of this proposed local law is on file at the Office of the Village Clerk. At said Public Hearing any person interested will be given the opportunity to be heard.

Susan F. Alevas, Esq. Village Clerk/Administrator

Dated: March 1, 2017

To view the proposed local law, please click here.

WILLIAM FLOYD PARKWAY CLOSED AT RAILROAD TRACKS

Attention Residents:

As per the 7th Precinct, William Floyd Parkway will be closed at the railroad tracks on Friday March 3, 2017 until Sunday March 5, 2017 from 2200 hours (10 p.m.) until 1700 hours (5:00 p.m.).  Mastic Road and Smith Street are the cross over points for traffic.  Drive carefully!!

Victor Viola is sworn in as new Trustee

Upon the appointment by Mayor Maura Spery, Mr. Victor Viola was sworn in today by Village Clerk/Administrator Susan Alevas, as a Trustee of the Village of Mastic Beach., effective immediately.

Anne Snyder resigns as Trustee

On February 27, 2017 at 12:00 p.m., Trustee Anne Snyder resigned as Trustee of the Village of Mastic Beach.  We thank her for all she's done for our Village and wish her all the best!

RESCIND EMERGENCY ORDER - FEBRUARY 11, 2017, 9 A.M.

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH

LOCAL EMERGENCY ORDER (SNOW) 1-2017

Dated:                         February 11, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.

Mastic Beach, NY

I, MAURA P. SPERY, as the Mayor of the Village of Mastic Beach, in accordance with the Declaration of Emergency issued February 9, 2017, and pursuant to Section 24 of the New York State Executive Law,

THAT, because the imminent danger of the snow storm has passed and the effects to a certain extent have abated, in order to preserve the public safety and property of the Village residents,

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:

That Local Emergency Order (SNOW) 1-2017

is RESCINDED;

This Order shall be effective IMMEDIATELY and shall remain in effect until removed by further order of the Mayor.

Failure to obey this order is a criminal offense, punishable by law under New York State Executive Law § 24(5).

DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY ORDER - 11:45 A.M., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2017, ISSUED BY MAYOR SPERY

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH

LOCAL EMERGENCY ORDER (SNOW) 1-2017

Dated:                         February 8, 2017, at 11:45 a.m.

Mastic Beach, NY

I, MAURA P. SPERY, as the Mayor of the Village of Mastic Beach, pursuant to the powers vested in me by the Code of the Inc. Village of Mastic Beach and Section 24 of the New York State Executive Law,

THAT, in order to preserve the public safety and property of the Village residents,

DO HEREBY ORDER:

                        The Village is declared under a STATE of EMERGENCY; and

In accordance with Section § 500-1, no person, being the owner or operator of a motor vehicle, shall permit said motor vehicle to remain on any street affected by an emergency due to snowfall, flood, fire or other extraordinary condition affecting the normal flow of traffic.; and

The accumulation of more than two inches of snow or ice as a result of a snowstorm, hail, sleet, flood, etc., shall be deemed notice to all persons that a state of emergency, as referred to in Subsection A hereof, exists. Parking on all streets in any districts during such emergency shall be prohibited. The hours during which such parking shall be prohibited may be posted by the Village Clerk at her office. In the event that no such hours have been posted or announced, said prohibition of parking shall continue for a period of 24 hours from the cessation of the occurrence causing the accumulation of snow and ice.

This Order shall be effective IMMEDIATELY and shall remain in effect until removed by further order of the Mayor.

Failure to obey this order is a criminal offense, punishable by law under New York State Executive Law § 24(5).

Mayor Maura P. Spery

SPECIAL MEETING/PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE - THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2017, 6 P.M. - MASTICS-MORICHES-SHIRLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY - PROPOSED DISSOLUTION PLAN

LEGAL NOTICE

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ PUBLIC HEARING:
INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH DRAFT DISSOLUTION PLAN

 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing on the proposed Dissolution Plan at a special meeting. The hearing will be held on Thursday, March 16, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. at the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Public Library, 407 William Floyd Parkway, Shirley, New York  11967, at a special meeting of the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach Board of Trustees, at which time all interested parties will be heard. This document is available on the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach Website, www.masticbeachvillageny.gov, and also is available for public view at Village Hall, 369 Neighborhood Road, Mastic Beach, NY 11951. The following is a summary of the proposed Dissolution Plan for the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach:

·       Upon dissolution, the projected tax rates for former Village property owners are anticipated to be $23.07, an increase of $3.37 per $100 of assessed value, excluding any awarded Citizens Empowerment Tax Credit (CETC).

·       All Village positions, elected and civil, will be eliminated upon dissolution. All Village Departments will be eliminated.

·       The entity's assets, including but not limited to real and personal property, will be sold with the exception of the marina and the stick docks which will be transferred to the Town.

·       The Village residents will be responsible for all existing debt at the time of dissolution which includes but is not limited to the Village Hall, payment of employee benefits, and any litigation settlements.

·       The Village and Town will pursue the Inter-Municipal Agreements (IMAs) to carry out the dissolution. The IMAs will be effective June 1st through December 31st 2017.

·       All services currently provided directly by the Village will be provided by the Town of Brookhaven, at its discretion.

·       The effective date of the proposed dissolution shall be December 31, 2017.

Dated:  February 1, 2017

By Order of the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach Board of Trustees

Susan F. Alevas, Esq., Village Clerk/Administrator

 

 

LEGAL NOTICE - PUBLIC HEARING: PROPOSED DISSOLUTION PLAN - THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2017, 6 P.M., MASTICS-MORICHES-SHIRLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY

LEGAL NOTICE

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ PUBLIC HEARING:
INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MASTIC BEACH DRAFT DISSOLUTION PLAN

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach Board of Trustees has scheduled a public hearing for Thursday, March 16, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. at the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Public Library, 407 William Floyd Parkway, Shirley, New York  11967, at a special meeting of the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach Board of Trustees.

The purpose of this hearing is to present the proposed Draft Dissolution Plan for the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach, as approved by the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach Board of Trustees on February 1, 2017. The proposed plan outlines how the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach will dissolve and what government services, local laws and positions will be continued or not continued as a result of the Village’s dissolution. This document is available for review on the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach website, www.masticbeachvillageny.gov, and also is available for public view at the Village Hall at 369 Neighborhood Road, Mastic Beach, NY 11951. The following is a summary of the proposed Dissolution Plan for the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach: 

 ·        Upon dissolution, the projected tax rates for former Village property owners are anticipated to be $23.07, an increase of $3.37 per $100 of assessed value, excluding any awarded Citizens Empowerment Tax Credit (CETC).

·        All Village positions, elected and civil, will be eliminated upon dissolution. All Village Departments will be eliminated.

·        The entity's assets, including but not limited to real and personal property, will be sold with the exception of the marina and the stick docks which will be transferred to the Town of Brookhaven.

·        The Village residents will be responsible for all existing debt at the time of dissolution which includes but is not limited to the bond covering the purchase of Village Hall, payment of employee benefits, and any litigation settlements.

·        The Village and Town of Brookhaven will pursue the Inter-Municipal Agreements (IMAs) to carry out the dissolution. The IMAs are designed so as to be effective June 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017.

·        All services currently provided directly by the Village will be provided by the Town of Brookhaven, at its discretion.

·        The effective date of the proposed dissolution shall be December 31, 2017.

All interested parties and citizens will be given an opportunity to be heard in reference to the above Draft Dissolution Plan, which is found on the Village of Mastic Beach website www.masticbeachvillageny.gov, at the designated time and place stated above. Citizens may state their opinions at that time.

After the public hearing, the Village Board will adopt a Final Dissolution Plan.

Dated:  February 1, 2017

By Order of the Incorporated Village of Mastic Beach Board of Trustees

Susan F. Alevas, Esq., Village Clerk/Administrator