The 2012-2013 DRAFT Annual Report for the Incorporated Village of Lloyd Harbor Storm Water Management Program is presented below in order to solicit comments from the general public with regard to our program. The report will be presented at the May 20, 2013 Board of Trustees meeting. If you would like to comment on this report, please submit all comments to the following email address by May 24, 2013:
Tree Removal Permits Required
Spring is in the air and many residents are turning their attention to sprucing up their lawns and landscapes. The Village requires permits for tree removals and major pruning. Tree-trimming and cutting businesses need to be registered with the Village. A list of registered contractors is available at the Village Hall. Please make sure that you have secured a permit for tree removal and that your contractor is currently registered with the Village. Permit and arborist registration forms are available under Forms on this website as well as at the Village Hall.
2013 Harbor Use permit fees
1. Residents $35,
2. Non-residents $260,
3. Yacht clubs $900.
4. Dinghy/kayak rack permits at Village Park $35
A .Boater Safety Registration Courses Online: http://www.uscgboating.org/safety/boating_safety_courses_.aspx
B. Boater Safety Registration Course in person:
C. Boater Education and Suffolk Safer Waterways Act Effective Nov.13, 2013 – http://nysparks.com/recreation/boating/education.aspx
If you sustained losses or damage from Hurricane Sandy, you may be eligible for disaster aid.
For more information or to apply: www.DisasterAssistance.gov
You can call to apply: 1-800-621-FEMA (3362)
The TTY number is 1-800-462-7585
For 711 or Video Relay Service, call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362)
Or Apply on your Smartphone at: m.fema.gov
The Lloyd Harbor Village Park is now open for bathing, tennis, boating, and summer camp! You can purchase your park stickers at the booth in the park between the hours of 9AM and 7PM beginning Saturday, May 25 (weekends only) and daily from June 24 to Labor Day. The permit fee is $35 per vehicle.
If you are interested in hosting a private party with more than 12 guests at the Village Park, please contact Mr. Charles Worledge (631) 673-1475. School functions are coordinated by Mrs. Beth Packert (631)425-7376. For Lloyd Harbor Village Park and camp information, please contact Mr. Jim Barton at (631) 549-8878 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2011-2012 annual Report for the Village of Lloyd Harbor Storm Water Management Program is presented below in order to solicit comments from the general public with regard to our program. If you would like to comment on this report, please submitallc omments to the following email address: email@example.com
Village of Lloyd Harbor 2011/2012 Storm Water Annual Report
I took this picture of Marshall Field’s beach house about 1970, while walking on the Caumsett Beach with my (then) young family. It was taken at low tide, showing a ripple pattern in the unusual rock-free, sandy beach. The house sat on a low bluff, surrounded by shade trees, and had a magnificent 180 degree view of Long Island Sound. Directly behind the house was a salt water swimming, and a little further back were the remnants of two clay tennis courts, which even then were being reclaimed by the woods. A small gazebo adjoined the courts.
Fred J. Dolan