The Village of Lindenhurst has recently completed the renovation of the Weckerle Park playground, and as part of the overall park improvements, a new recycling container has been installed. The recycling container was purchased using funds raised by Lindenhurst High School Student, Deanna Tabarus. Deanna held a fundraising event “Keep Lindenhurst Beautiful” – a clean-up day in the Village — with proceeds from registration and t-shirt sales going directly to the purchase of recycling containers as a way to encourage recycling in the Village of Lindenhurst.
Mayor Michael A. Lavorata said, “We are very thankful to Miss Tabarus for her initiative. This new recycling container has different compartments to keep litter and recyclable materials separate – a very important part of the recycling process. I cannot emphasize enough how important recycling is in that it helps us to reduce the use of natural resources.”
Pictured here, dedicating the new recycling container, are Village Trustee Patrick M. Pichichero, Deputy Mayor Maryann Weckerle, Trustee Joan M. Masterson and Mayor Michael A. Lavorata.
The Charles J. Cowan Marina, located at the end of the South Wellwood Avenue, will be closed until further notice due to bulkhead replacement. For more information, please contact Village Hall (631) 957-7500.
The Village of Lindenhurst is currently participating in a walkability study being performed by GPI. It is important that we receive feedback from the community. To do so, please visit: http://www.lindywalks.net/ . There you will find information about the study, some suggestions for walkability improvement, and instructions on how to leave your feedback.
The Village of Lindenhurst is currently participating in a walkability study being performed by GPI. It is important that we receive feedback from the community. To do so, please visit: http://www.lindywalks.net/ . There you will find information about the study, some suggestions for wlakability improvement, and instructions on how to leave your feedback.
The Lindenhurst Rotary Club, along with Deputy Mayor Maryann Weckerle, welcomed District Governor Shawn Weis to Lindenhurst. The District Governor spoke about worldwide and district Rotary International events and how important it is that Rotary clubs be in touch with the communities they are a part of. District Governor Weis stated, “Rotarians are people of action and want to fulfill community needs.” In recent years, Rotary clubs have been focused on taking on projects that are environmentally friendly.
The Lindenhurst Historical Society, with Village Historian Anna Jaeger and Town of Babylon Historian Mary Cascone, will be releasing a book, From Breslau to Lindenhurst 1870 to 1923. The book covers the history of Lindenhurst and will be available in September 2018.
Pre-orders for the book can be made by clicking the link below and filling out the pre-order form. Pre-orders received by June 15th will be sold at a discounted price of $22.00. All orders received after June 15th will be sold for $25.00. Please make checks payable to the Lindenhurst Historical Society.
Pre-Order forms, along with payment, can be mailed to:
Lindenhurst Historical Society
430 South Wellwood Avenue
Lindenhurst, NY 11757
TriTec Developers, the applicant for 75 East Hoffman Avenue LH, LLC to rezone the properties known as Lakeville Industries, 75 East Hoffman Avenue, 90 Mal Place, South Pennsylvania Avenue, 85 East Hoffman Avenue, 95 East Hoffman Avenue, 165 South Pennsylvania Avenue, 95 Mal Drive from Industrial and Residence to Downtown Redevelopment District – Proposed Multi-Residence, has submitted responses to comments and questions submitted by the public during and after the public hearing.
To view the applicant’s responses, please click here.