06/28/10 12:00am
06/28/2010 12:00 AM

A 53-year-old Mattituck man was unresponsive Monday after a lifeguard pulled him out of the water at New Suffolk Beach, Southold Police said.
Lifeguard Michael Liegey, 17, said Jerry Stephens was underwater for about 30 seconds Monday afternoon, before he could be pulled from the water. Mr. Steohens had been swimming in shallow water before he went under water, police said.
Several beachgoers helped Michael pull Mr. Stephens from the water, police said.
Mr. Stephens, who police said lives on Pacific Street, was transported to Eastern Long island Hospital by Cutchogue Rescue.
[email protected]

06/28/10 12:00am

Southold Town Police were responding to reports of a fallen parachute, when they instead found a bundle of helium balloons floating in the Long Island Sound Sunday.
Police said “numerous” reports indicated that a person had parachuted into the water shortly after 7 p.m. The balloons were located about two miles off the Southold Town Beach.
The Southold Marine Unit and Southold Rescue responded to the call.
A similar incident was reported in Rocky Point earlier this month. The Coast Guard was dispatched in that incident.
[email protected]

06/26/10 12:00am
06/26/2010 12:00 AM

TROY GUSTAVSON PHOTO
Members of the community gathered at Sixth Street Beach for
hands Across the Sand Saturday.

Greenport community members and their North Fork neighbors drew a line in the sand at Sixth Street Beach Saturday.
The beach was one of thousands of locations worldwide used Saturday for Hands Across the Sand — a movement for the protection of coastal economies, oceans, marine wildlife, and the fishing industry.
Greenport was one of 11 Long Island locations to host a Hands Across the Sand event. The movement was born in Florida.
People gathered at the beach to form a line at 11 a.m. At noon they joined hands.
The movement is about “saying no to off-shore drilling, and saying yes to clean energy,” the event website says.

— GRANT PARPAN

06/26/10 12:00am

A Greenport man was arrested Saturday morning for driving without a license, Southold Town Police said.
Erick Herrera, 24, gave police a conflicting age and date of birth when he was stopped for a traffic violation on Route 48, near Cox Lane in Cutchogue at 8:05 a.m. He said he did not have identification on him.
He was arrested and transported to police headquarters, so he could be LiveScanned for identification.
He was released on cash bail and scheduled to return to court at a later date.

06/24/10 12:00am
06/24/2010 12:00 AM

PHOTO COURTESY OF FUR PEACE MANAGEMENT
Folk-rock icon Richie Havens is one of the notable musicians set to perform at Peconic Bay Winery for two days in midsummer. Winery manager Jim Silver said he is confident the festival will go smoothly.

Woodstock icon Richie Havens. Classic rock band Mountain. Power pop rockers The Smithereens.

To Jim Silver, general manager of Peconic Bay Winery, these aging but still celebrated performers are big names — but not that big, like The Rolling Stones — which is why he’s not worried a bit about the impact of NOFO Rock and Folk Festival, a two-day outdoor event featuring 12 acts to be held at the Cutchogue winery on July 31 and Aug. 1. The concert will not conflict with the annual Riverhead Blues Festival, which will take place July 17 and 18.

“Sure, if we booked Lady Gaga here you probably couldn’t even get into Suffolk County,” he said. “But these are older names to appeal to an adult demographic, which is what we have here locally. This won’t be a Woodstock, but we are hoping for at least 800 people.”

After the success of a sold-out performance by jazz singer-guitarist John Pizzarelli on grounds just outside the winery’s main building last September, Mr. Silver said he felt ready to host a bigger show. To organize this festival, he teamed with former Southold Town supervisor Josh Horton, who will be singing at the concert with his band, Big Suga.

“After I saw how well the Pizzarelli show went, I just realized how easy it was to do this,” Mr. Silver said.

The concert will be held on fields farther away from the winery building and Route 25 than the Pizzarelli show was held last year, he said, so parking and traffic control will be “easy.”

“Our big, open fields could hold 5,000 people, but we’re not expecting that many,” he said. “And all the cars will be taken off the street. People will have to walk about 400 yards from where they will park to where the concert will be, but we’ll have a shuttle.”

Mr. Silver said he had hired a security company to handle parking and security on site to take that burden off of Southold Town police.

But police Capt. Martin Flatley is worried. He said that Mr. Silver and Mr. Horton did not consult with the police before going ahead with their concert plans. He said he was notified only when he saw that the Southold Town Zoning Board of Appeals had granted a special events permit for the show.

“The permit only said ‘music concert,’ and to me that means a band or a single performer,” he said. “I think that’s misleading, given the nature of this show.”

Capt. Flatley said he hoped that the winery can indeed handle its own security. He said that his officers had their hands full last August during “Barge Bash,” another concert organized by Mr. Horton, at which local bands performed on a floating barge between Founders Landing and Goose Creek Bridge in Southold. Most of the concertgoers were also on boats or in the water.

Before “Barge Bash,” Mr. Horton had argued that he didn’t need to go through the typical permit process, because representatives of Sea Tow and the Coast Guard had agreed to provide safety patrols, eliminating the need for coverage by additional town bay constables. The town police had little time to develop a security plan for the event.

Of this year’s event, the police captain said, “I don’t know if they can handle the whole thing themselves, but I do know that it is a large concert and I’m anticipating that some of the winery’s neighbors won’t be happy. Unfortunately, it’s a wait-and-see-what-happens situation at this point.”

Before deciding whom to book for the rock and folk festival, Mr. Silver said that he and Mr. Horton had used a website that shows how many people each individual act usually draws. Mountain, for instance, usually attracts about 250 people to their shows. And $45 per ticket per day “should keep things honest,” he said.

“That’s not cheap,” Mr. Silver said. “Whoever buys a ticket probably really wants to see these acts. We wanted to keep things small and profitable, not big and out of control. And we want to have some of these bigger names come here. You’re always hearing of them playing places on the South Fork, but the North Fork is always ignored.”

[email protected]

06/24/10 12:00am

Erin Fagan, 4, of East Patchogue enjoys a strawberry smoothie right down to the last drop.

Record numbers from across Long Island flooded Strawberry Fields in Mattituck this past weekend for the Mattituck Lions’ 56th annual Strawberry Festival. According to organizers, this year’s event exceeded every expectation, serving up three days of family fun and raising over $100,000 for local charities. Upwards of a million juicy strawberries were sold.

“This would probably be the most successful festival we’ve ever had,” said Lions president Joe Pufahl.

“It’s great that Mother Nature didn’t rain on our parade … because the people would suffer, the people in need,” said festival chairman Don Stirnweis. “Every dollar we make we give back to the community.”

In order to handle the crowds, Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead opened its parking lot for overflow. A shuttle bus transported people to the festival.

“As president, I couldn’t be more pleased with the graciousness of the community,” Mr. Pufahl said. “We get help from so many people and from so many companies. The outpouring of help has just been tremendous.”

Bridget Degnan

06/24/10 12:00am

Times/Review Newspapers celebrated a silver anniversary of sorts on Friday when the company presented its annual athlete of the year awards for the 25th straight year. Among those honored were several multiple winners of the award, which is presented to the top female and male athletes in the 10 high schools in Times/Review’s coverage area for the 2009-10 school year.

Riverhead High School senior Katie Skinner (cross-country, winter track, track and field), Greenport High School senior Sarah Golden (soccer) and Mattituck High School senior Emily Ianno (soccer, basketball, track and field) received the award for the second straight year. Bishop McGann-Mercy High School senior Kristin Bieber (basketball, softball) won the honor for the second time in three years.

The other award winners are: Greenport’s Sean Heaney (wrestling), Longwood’s Jordyn Holt (soccer, winter track, track and field) and Thomas Scala (football, winter track, baseball), Mattituck’s Nick Cosgrove (football, lacrosse), McGann-Mercy’s Bradly Frabizio (football, soccer, track and field), Miller Place’s Kaitlin O’Connor (field hockey, basketball, softball) and Nick Parella (soccer, basketball, lacrosse), Mount Sinai’s Janet Mellor (cross-country, winter track, track and field) and Tyler Badamo (baseball), Riverhead’s Mike Smith (football, winter track, track and field), Rocky Point’s Kara Mupo (soccer, winter track, lacrosse) and Stephen Dutton (wrestling), Shoreham-Wading River’s Kaitlyn Brosco (field hockey, lacrosse) and Ryan McAlary (football, basketball, baseball) and Southold’s Nicole Van Bourgondien (soccer) and Kevin Parma (soccer, basketball, tennis).

The athletes were recognized during a reception at Times/Review Newspapers’ headquarters in Mattituck on Friday. With these latest inductions, The Suffolk Times has made 136 selections, The Riverhead News-Review 102, and the North Shore Sun has added another 68 names to the honor roll.

The following are profiles of local athletes of the year:

SARAH GOLDEN

Greenport High School

The statistics that Sarah Golden put up during the last soccer season were like video-game numbers. They are unreal. Almost too good to be true.

In 2009 the senior forward produced 33 goals, ranking her second on Long Island. She led Long Island with 20 assists.

“The amount of goals and the amount of assists that she scored is not something that I expected,” said Kevin McGoey, who was in his first year as Southold/Greenport’s coach. “She played absolutely wonderfully. She came into preseason with the idea that she was going to score a lot of goals, and she kept that goal in mind throughout the season.”

No wonder awards came pouring in to her after the season. Golden made the all-state second team and was selected the League VII most valuable player.

Over the course of her three-year varsity career with the Clippers, she accumulated 57 goals and 39 assists. She would have undoubtedly had more, but she chose to play field hockey instead of soccer her freshman year.

Off the field, Golden is quiet, but on the field she is a study in intensity.

“Her intensity, the minute she steps on the field is just incredible,” McGoey said. “When she’s on the field, she makes her presence known, whether it’s in a game or in practice. From the second she steps on the field, she’s giving it 110 percent, and she never lets up.”

Referring to the club teams Golden has played for, Greenport Athletic Director Robbie Costantini said she is “incredibly dedicated and wanting to excel.” He said, “When it came to soccer, she had goals in mind.”

Golden, whose older sister Jessica was an athlete of the year for 2007-8, will play for Farmingdale State.

SEAN HEANEY

Greenport High School

When it comes to toughness, Sean Heaney has it — mentally and physically.

That toughness undoubtedly contributed to Heaney’s remarkable senior season with the Mattituck/Greenport wrestling team. He was a Division II county champion at 189 pounds, and received the team’s award for its most outstanding wrestler.

Dominating opponents with his calm, business-like approach, Heaney entered the state tournament with a 32-0 record, and finished the season with a 34-2 record. He won all the tournaments he entered last season, except for the state tournament.

“He was pretty dominating all season,” Tuckers Coach Cory Dolson said. “He’s just a really tough kid. He’s not going to let anyone push him around out there.”

Heaney won his second Section XI championship in four years with a 6-0 defeat of Port Jefferson’s John Proios in the final. In his first three matches in the county tournament, Heaney won on pins that consumed all of 1 minute 53 seconds.

After losing in the quarterfinals of the state tournament, Heaney lost his second bout in the wrestlebacks on a rare defensive pin by Warsaw senior Zak Griffith at 1:58 of the match.

“Probably the most controversial match I’ve ever been a part of,” Dolson said. “Obviously, that last loss is going to sting. It’s not going to go away.”

Heaney, who sometimes went up against opponents 30 pounds heavier than him, fell one win shy of all-state recognition. Over the course of four varsity seasons in which he was a fixture in the lineup, he compiled a staggering 114-32 record. Dolson ranks him up with Louis Troisi and Ryan Connell as among the best wrestlers he has coached.

“You wish you had 30 guys who had that mentality,” said Dolson.

Heaney will attend Buffalo State, which does not have a wrestling team.

EMILY IANNO

Mattituck High School

Defined almost as much by her competitiveness and hustle as for her athleticism, Emily Ianno has made her mark on the soccer, basketball and track and field teams she competed on.

For the track team, Ianno set a school record in the pentathlon with 2,656 points. Among the senior’s personal-best performances are 17.12 seconds in the 100-meter hurdles, 4 feet 10 1/2 inches in the high jump, 15-9 1/2 in the long jump and 2:45.75 in the 800 meters.

Ianno competed in the pentathlon in the state championships. Despite being stricken with a stomach virus, she still earned 2,420 points, leaving her in 20th place. Earlier in the season, Ianno had finished first in the pentathlon in both the Suffolk Division III meet and the county individual championships.

“Emily’s an athlete that can do pretty much anything,” her track coach, Jean Mahoney, said. “She has a gift.”

Playing forward and sometimes midfielder for the soccer team, Ianno scored a team-leading 16 goals. She was an all-county selection and received the Bob Muir Award as the team MVP. She also had the hardest shot on the team, according to Coach Ed Barbante.

“She hated to lose,” Barbante said. “She was fearless. She was not afraid to go up against anybody. And she had very deceptive speed. Once she got in the open field, forget it, no girl was going to catch her.”

Ianno, who will attend LeMoyne College (N.Y.), was also a four-year starter for the basketball team. Her basketball coach, Steve Van Dood, called her one of the best rebounders he has ever coached. This past season, the all-league power forward averaged 10.2 rebounds as well as 9.1 points and 3.6 steals per game.

“She had a desire,” Van Dood said. “You could see that in her face when she played. She hated to lose. That type of desire doesn’t show up in the box score.”

“Emily, she sets the bar, the measure of what an athlete is,” Mattituck Athletic Director Greg Wormuth said. “She does not like to lose, that’s for sure.”

Van Dood said he will most remember Ianno for her reaction when his team posted a big win over Wyandanch last season and Ianno threw the ball up in the air as time expired. “I just remembered the elation in her face,” he said. “Then she went into dance mode. That look on her face was priceless.”

NICK COSGROVE

Mattituck High School

Jim Anderson, the former Greenport/Southold/Mattituck/Shelter Island football coach, has coached Nick Cosgrove for six years at various levels, and believes Cosgrove was a captain for each of those teams. “That [says] something right there,” said Anderson.

Cosgrove was a two-way starter for the Porters last season, playing tight end, linebacker and some fullback. He was also the team’s long snapper for kicks and punts. “He was a great long snapper,” Anderson said. “I don’t think he missed a snap.”

In recognition for his efforts, Cosgrove was named to the all-division second team, and he received the Porters’ Coach’s Award.

“He’s very quiet, but very tough,” Anderson said. “He’s got great hands. He’s one of the guys I’m going to miss.”

Cosgrove was an all-division attackman/middie and captain for the Mattituck/Greenport/Southold boys lacrosse team. As one of only four seniors on the young team, which was in its second varsity season, he rarely left the field. Cosgrove was valued as an all-around player who could shoot, pass and scoop up ground balls. He was so dedicated to his team that he often practiced after practices. He shared the team’s most valuable player award with Matt Miller.

“He was on the field 99 percent of the time,” Tuckers Coach Tim Corcoran said of Cosgrove. “He was a smart player. He really was just a pleasure. He was just a nice kid, always willing to work hard.”

Cosgrove has played for several club lacrosse teams. He will continue playing that sport next season for Mesa State College in Colorado.

NICOLE VAN BOURGONDIEN

Southold High School

The name Van Bourgondien is listed several times among the past athlete of the year winners. Betsy Van Bourgondien won this honor three times, and Kim Van Bourgondien won it the last two years. Now it’s time to make room for another Van Bourgondien: Nicole Van Bourgondien.

Nicole Van Bourgondien, the cousin of the other two Van Bourgondiens, brought skill and versatility to the soccer field that the Southold/Greenport Clippers put to good use. She could play as a midfielder or forward. If she was asked at times to drop back to play defense, no problem.

“She had a very strong season,” Southold/Greenport Coach Kevin McGoey said. “She was asked to play different roles with the team. She really had an all-around game that benefitted the team.”

A technical player with excellent skill, Van Bourgondien helped the Clippers’ ball-possession game. The senior was also a critical part of the offense, forming a wonderful partnership with Sarah Golden. Van Bourgondien recorded 21 goals and 18 assists last season. The all-county player’s assist total was the second-highest on Long Island.

“I knew she was a talented player, but I wasn’t sure of what to expect from her on the field, but she came in and worked hard every day, and her hard work paid off for her,” McGoey said. “She’s very technical. Her skills are excellent. She helped us keep possession of the ball; and she linked up well with Sarah Golden. She has a natural feel for the game.”

Southold Athletic Director Rich Triandafils said Van Bourgondien is an incredibly gifted player.

“She had a tremendous year with the girls soccer team,” he said. “I never saw a girl who could kick a ball as far as Nicole does … She’s someone who worked very hard at her sport, and it paid dividends.”

McGoey appreciated that Van Bourgondien accepted her responsibility as a leader on the field and as a role model off of it by volunteering to help run an after-school soccer club for elementary school students.

Van Bourgondien will play soccer next season for Philadelphia University.

KEVIN PARMA

Southold High School

Over the course of his 16 years with the Southold High School boys soccer team, Andrew Sadowski has coached some exceptional players. If Sadowski were to select an all-Sadowski team of the top 11 players he has coached, it would undoubtedly be an impressive side. While some positions might be open for debate, Sadowski knows one thing: Kevin Parma would be on the team. “He’s certainly right up at the top,” said Sadowski.

An all-state midfielder, Parma is a great soccer talent. After joining the varsity team for the playoffs his freshman year, Parma earned a starting position as a sophomore, and has remained in Southold’s lineup ever since.

The senior can smack in some spectacular goals, but he also loves to pass, and made teammates better with his unselfish play. He helped the First Settlers to three straight county finals, two of which they won.

“Through this all, his head never got filled with, ‘I’m so good’,” Sadowski said. The coach said teammates respected Parma. “They knew how good good he was,” Sadowski said, “but there was never a sense of arrogance.”

Hidden behind a humble exterior is a fierce competitor. “He’s extremely competitive in anything, whether it be ping-pong or badminton, but if he wins, you never hear about it,” said Sadowski.

That competitive nature served Parma well in other sports, too. He was an all-conference basketball player, averaging 14.6 points per game and knocking down 29 three-pointers. In tennis, he was an all-conference player as well. He and his first doubles partner, K. J. Metz, reached the third round of the Conference IV tournament. They finished with a 14-1 record.

“He’s just naturally talented,” Sadowski said. “It doesn’t matter what sport he plays, he’s just good.”

[email protected]

06/24/10 12:00am

GARRET MEADE FILE PHOTO
With the aid of players like shortstop Ryan Brockett, the Ospreys have been making plays in the field.

So far, so good.

Shawn Epidendio, the manager of the first-place North Fork Ospreys, said his team is doing all the little things it takes to be successful in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League. Despite Tuesday night’s 7-3 loss to the Westhampton Aviators at Jean W. Cochran Park in Peconic, the Ospreys won four out of five games this past week and their record stood at 9-4.

“We’re playing well,” Epidendio said. “Our pitching has been shutting the other teams down and our defense has been solid. We’re making all the routine plays and a couple of spectacular plays, too.”

In the loss to the Aviators (6-6), ironically, some uncharacteristic sloppy fielding in the eighth inning by the Ospreys led to five Westhampton runs. Epidendio said “a couple of misplays opened the door for them and they took advantage.”

Mike Czenszek took the loss for the Ospreys. Billy Ferriter and Sebastian Grazziani both had two hits for the Ospreys.

The Ospreys got a pair of superb pitching performances in their 3-1 and 6-0 doubleheader sweep over the Sag Harbor Whalers at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor on Saturday.

Derek Lamacchia earned the win in the first game for the Ospreys, as he went six innings and allowed only one run on two hits. Eric Williams hurled a scoreless inning to get the save.

The Ospreys broke a 1-1 tie in the fifth and added an insurance run in the seventh. Williams, Kurt Schlangen and Grazziani all had run-scoring singles. Grazziani has been the Ospreys’ most consistent hitter this season.

James Stone pitched a three-hit shutout in the second game, as the Ospreys scored four in the fifth and two more in the seventh. Stone struck out three. He is 2-0 and has not allowed an earned run in 15 innings. “He throws four pitches for strikes,” Epidendio said. “He has very good control.”

Nick Lingvay was the hitting star for the Ospreys, as he went 3 for 4, with three runs batted in. Dan Muscatello had a pair of hits and Andrew Harris lined an RBI single.

Anthony Mannuccia was the losing pitcher for Sag Harbor (4-7).

The Ospreys beat the Southampton Breakers, 5-1, last Thursday in Peconic. It was a close game until the fifth when the Ospreys took full advantage of some sloppy fielding by the Breakers (5-6) to take the lead. Brendan O’Brien and Schlangen both had two hits and an RBI. Kevin Gottlieb got the win.

On Friday in Riverhead, the Ospreys snapped a 1-1 tie after seven innings, with four runs in the eighth on the way to a 7-3 victory over the Tomcats. Ryan Lee paced the Ospreys with three hits and three RBI. Schlangen, Lingvay, Robert Kelly and Muscatello all had two hits. Muscatello drove in two runs.

Brian Tardif pitched the final three innings to get the win for the Ospreys. Aaron Snyder gave up one run over six innings, but got a no decision.

Tyler Brandt, Eric Romano and Isaac Rodriguez all had two hits for the Tomcats (5-6) while Cody Slaughter smacked a solo home run. Stephen Oswald took the loss for the Tomcats.

It was another good week for the Ospreys. “We’re really coming together,” Epidendio said. “We’re playing hard. Everything is clicking and falling into place.”

06/24/10 12:00am

Eat. Drink. Local.

That is the theme of the first-annual The Long Island Wine and Food Festival to take place at locations all across the North Fork this weekend.

The event, sponsored by the Long Island Wine Council, kicks off with a reception tomorrow, Friday, at Roanoke Vineyards in Riverhead from 7 to 10 p.m. Tom Schaudel, chef at A Mano Osteria in Mattituck, will prepare dishes featuring locally grown food. Danny Gagnon, a native of New Hyde Park and a top contestant on Bravo’s reality show Top Chef, will make an appearance.

Steve Bate, president of the Long Island Wine Council, said that the festival is a way to draw tourists to the North Fork’s Wine Country during one of the slower weekends of the season, just before the 4th of July holiday weekend.

“The concept was built around the success we’ve had with some of the other promotions we’ve done,” he said, referring to highly successful events such as the Winterfest and Jazz on the Vine, which took place in February. “It’s sort of a kickoff to the summer before things really pick up.”

On Saturday, wineries from Bedell in Cutchogue to Palmer Vineyards in Riverhead will be displaying art from local artists and some will feature live music. The weekend ends with a “grand tasting” at Mitchell Park in Greenport on Sunday, with wine and food from more than 50 local wineries and restaurants.

“This is really just a celebration of our unique region and an opportunity for visitors to learn about local flavors, sights and sounds,” Mr. Bate said.

ERIN SCHULTZ

06/24/10 12:00am

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice of Filing of Application for Authority of Foreign Limited Liability Company

Name: BARNACLE LLC

Fictitious Name: FEAGLES BARNACLE LLC

Date of filing of Application for Authority with Secretary of State (SSNY) : 02/22/2010

Jurisdiction and Date of Organization: Florida on 01/15/2010

Office Location: Suffolk County

Street and Principal Office Address: 815 Royal Palm Place, Vero Beach, FL 32960

SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served

SSNY shall mail copy of process to: 815 Royal Palm Place, Vero Beach, FL 32960

Articles of Organization filed with the Florida Secretary of State, P.O. Box 6327, Tallahassee, Florida 32314

Purpose: any and all lawful business

9777-6T 5/20, 27; 6/3, 10, 17, 24

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice of Filing of Application for Authority of Foreign Limited Liability Company

Name: FEAGLES FISHERS ISLAND, LLC

Date of filing of Application for Authority with Secretary of State (SSNY) : 02/22/2010

Jurisdiction and Date of Organization: Florida on 10/04/2007

Office Location: Suffolk County

Street and Principal Office Address: 815 Royal Palm Place, Vero Beach, FL 32960

SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served

SSNY shall mail copy of process to: 815 Royal Palm Place, Vero Beach, FL 32960

Articles of Organization filed with the Florida Secretary of State, P.O. Box 6327, Tallahassee, Florida 32314

Purpose: any and all lawful business

9778-6T 5/20, 27; 6/3, 10, 17, 24

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice of Formation of Horizon Charters of Cutchogue LLC a Limited Liability Company. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on April 5 2010. Office location Suffolk County. SSNY has been designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process served against the LLC to C/O LLC 4300 Stillwater Avenue, Cutchogue New York 11935 Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.

9789-6T 5/27; 6/3, 10, 17, 24; 7/1

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice of formation of Black Rock Fishing Fleet LLC, a limited liability company.

Articles of Org. filed w/ Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) 4/30/2010. Office loc.: Suffolk .

SSNY has been designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, c/o Sloan Gurney, 69 Stephen Dr., Pleasantville, NY 10570 Purpose: any lawful purpose

9790-6T 5/27; 6/3, 10, 17, 24; 7/1

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice of Formation of

Limited Liability Company (LLC)

Name: TABOR LAND, LLC

Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York on May 12, 2010. Office Location: Suffolk County.

The Secretary of State of New York is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The Secretary of State of New York shall mail copy of process to: The LLC c/o the Company, 645 Village Lane, Orient, New York 11957.

Purposes: To engage in any and all lawful act or activity for which a limited liability company may be organized under the LLCL.

9802-6T 6/3, 10, 17, 24; 7/1, 8

LEGAL NOTICE

Articles Of Organization Of OMH MONTAUK, LLC

Under Section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law First: The name of the limited liability company is: OMH MONTAUK, LLC. Second: The county within this state in which the office of the limited liability company is to be located is: Suffolk. Third: The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served. The address within or without this state to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the limited liability company served upon him or her is: Bradley P. Forst, Esq., Tiffany and Bosco, P.A., Camelback Esplanade II, 2525 E. Camelback Road, 3rd Fl, Phoenix, AZ 85016 /s/ Bradley P. Forst.

9803-6T 6/3, 10, 17, 24;7/1, 8

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company (LLC)

Name: BRUNO FAMILY REALTY, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 05/24/10. Office Location: Suffolk County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to: 9 Ridge Drive, Melville, NY 11747. Purpose: to engage in any and all business for which LLCs may be formed under the New York LLC Law.

9804-6T 6/3, 10, 17, 24; 7/1, 8

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice of formation of Portagioie LLC, a limited liability company. Arts. of Org. filed with the Sec. of State of New York (SSNY) on 05/14/2010. Office location: Suffolk County. SSNY has been designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process served against the LLC to PO Box 1758, Mattituck, NY 11952. Purpose: any lawful purpose.

9808-6T 6/10, 17, 24; 7/1, 8, 15

LEGAL NOTICE

AMENDED SUMMONS

MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE

Index No. 40763/2009

Date Purchased: 10/29/09

PLAINTIFF DESIGNATES SUFFOLK COUNTY AS PLACE OF TRIAL

Plaintiff’s Address: 2200 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932

DIST 1000

SEC 031.00

BLOCK 03.00

LOT 011.032

SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

COUNTY OF SUFFOLK

THE BRIDGEHAMPTON NATIONAL BANK, Plaintiff

-against-

EASTERN BREEZES REAL ESTATE LLC, NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION AND FINANCE, JOSEPH P. MCCARTHY, ROBERT W. JOHNSON, IF HE BE LIVING, AND IF HE BE DEAD, HIS EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, HEIRS AT LAW, NEXT OF KIN, DISTRIBUTEES, LEGATEES, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, JUDGMENT CREDITORS, RECEIVERS, TRUSTEES IN BANKRUPTCY, TRUSTEES, COMMITTEES, LIENORS AND SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST AND THEIR HUSBANDS, WIVES OR WIDOWS, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS,HEIRS AT LAW, NEXT OF KIN, DISTRIBUTEES, LEGATEES, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, JUDGMENT CREDITORS, RECEIVERS, TRUSTEES IN BANKRUPTCY, TRUSTEES, COMMITTEES, LIENORS AND SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST, IF ANY, AND ALL PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH AND UNDER ANY OF THEM, ALL OF WHOM AND WHOSE NAMES ARE UNKNOWN TO PLAINTIFF, THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Defendants.

Property Address: 9395 Route 25, East Marion, NY 11939

TO EACH OF THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS:

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the verified complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer, or, if the verified complaint is not served with this summons, to serve a notice of appearance, on the plaintiff’s attorneys within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service (or within thirty days after service is complete if this summons is not personally delivered to you within the State of New York); and in case of your failure to appear, or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded in the verified complaint.

Yours, etc.

JASPAN SCHLESINGER, LLP

By: Frank C. Dell’Amore, Esq.

Attorneys for Plaintiff

300 Garden City Plaza, 5th Floor

Garden City, New York 11530

(516) 393-8289

DATED: June 1, 2010

Garden City, NY

TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: The foregoing Summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an order of the Hon. Thomas F. Whelan, a Justice of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, dated May 4, 2010, and filed with the complaint and other papers in the Suffolk County Clerk’s Office, Riverhead, NY. The object of the action is to foreclose a mortgage recorded in said Clerk’s Office on the 3rd day of April 2007 in Liber 21507, Page 893, covering prem. k/a 9395 Route 25, East Marion, NY a/k/a Lot 2 on a certain map entitled “Map of East Marion Fire District” filed on July 14, 2004, in the Suffolk County Clerk’s Office as Map No. 11132.

Dated: June 1, 2010.

JASPAN SCHLESINGER LLP

#78020

9810-4T 6/10, 17, 24; 7/1

LEGAL NOTICE

Pesticide Application for Mosquito Control by Orient Mosquito District from May 1, 2010, to October 31, 2010

The Orient Mosquito District will conduct a mosquito control program in the Village of Orient from May 1, 2010, to October 31, 2010.

I. PESTICIDES USED FOR MOSQUITO CONTROL:

The following pesticides are used by the Orient Mosquito District in its mosquito control program. These pesticides are registered by the United Stated Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC).

Larvicides (Ground Application)

ALTOSID BRIQUETS (EPA REG. NO. 2724-375 8.62% METHOPRENE). The EPA Toxicity Category Signal Word for this pesticide is CAUTION. Keep out of reach of children. Causes moderate eye irritation. Harmful if absorbed through skin. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, or using tobacco. Remove and wash contaminated clothing before reuse. Do not apply to known fish habitats. Do not contaminate water when disposing of unused product.

VECTOBAC-G (EPA Reg. No. 73049-10) 0.92% BTI. The EPA Toxicity Category Signal Word for this pesticide is CAUTION. Keep out of reach of children. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Do not contaminate water when cleaning equipment or disposing of equipment washwaters. Do not apply directly to treated, finished drinking water reservoirs or drinking water receptacles when the water is intended for human consumption.

VECTOLEX-CG (EPA Reg. No. 73049-20) 7.5% Bacillus sphaericus. The EPA Toxicity Category Signal Word for this pesticide is CAUTION. Keep out of reach of children. Harmful if absorbed through skin. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Do not contaminate water when disposing of equipment washwaters or rinsate. Do not apply directly to treated, finished drinking water reservoirs or drinking water receptacles when the water is intended for human consumption.

ALTOSID LIQUID LARVICIDE (EPA Reg. No. 2724-392) Methoprene (Isopropyl) (2E, 4E,TS) “METHOXY-3.7” “TRIMETHYL-2.4, DODECADIENCATE) 5%. The EPA Toxicity Category Signal Word for this pesticide is CAUTION. Keep out of reach of children. Harmful if absorbed through skin. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Do not contaminate water when disposing of equipment washwaters or rinsate.

Adulticides (Ground Application)

SCOURGE (EPA Reg. No. 432-716) 4.14% Resmethrin-The EPA Toxicity Category Signal Word for this pesticide is CAUTION. Keep out of reach of children. Harmful if swallowed or absorbed through skin. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. This pesticide is highly toxic to fish. For terrestrial uses, do not apply directly to water, to areas where surface water is present or to intertidal areas below the mean high water mark. Drift and runoff from treated sites may be hazardous to fish in adjacent waters.

II. SYMPTOMS OF PESTICIDE POISONING INCLUDE: Blurred vision; Dizziness; Vomiting; Headaches; Itching or Rash; Irritation of Eyes, Skin or throat; Chest Pains; or Excessive Sweating.

III. PESTICIDE APPLICATION WILL BE MADE TO THE FOLLOWING AREAS ON THE SCHEDULE PROVIDED BELOW.

WEEKLY GROUND PESTICIDE APPLICATIONS FOR LARVAL CONTROL:

Will be applied by ground application once a week, if needed, to mosquito sites in approximately 600 salt marsh acres bordering Gardiners Bay in the Village of Orient from Peters Neck to Orient State Park and north to the Main Road as well as fresh water ponds and catch basins in the Orient Mosquito District.

WEEKLY GROUND APPLICATION FOR ADULT MOSQUITO CONTROL:

SCOURGE will be applied by ground application equipment (portable or truck mounted ultra low equipment) throughout ORIENT from May 1 to October 31 as requested or as required.

IV. BEEKEEPERS SHOULD NOTIFY THE ORIENT MOSQUITO DISTRICT AT THE ADDRESS BELOW OF THE LOCATION OF ALL OF THEIR HIVES.

V. FURTHER PESTICIDE AND APPLICATION INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE FROM ORIENT MOSQUITO DISTRICT.

The notification cover sheet and copies of labels for the pesticides used in the Orient Mosquito District program are available from the Orient Mosquito District, 145 Platt Road, Orient, NY 11957 or by calling 631-323-2364 between 5: p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

FOR GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING PESTICIDE POISONING CONTACT:

Long Island Regional Poison Control Center

Nassau County Medical Center

2201 Hempstead Turnpike

East Meadow, NY 11554

Or Call 1-516-542-22323

FOR GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING PESTICIDE REGULATION CONTACT:

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

Bureau of Pesticide Management

SUNY @Stony Brook, 50 Circle Road,

Stony Brook, NY 11790-3409

(631) 444-0340

FOR GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING PESTICIDES CONTACT:

NATIONAL PESTICIDE INFORMATION CENTER (NPIC) TOLL FREE HOTLINE 1-800-858-7378 (WWW.NPIC.ORST.EDU). THESE ARE RELIABLE SOURCES OF INFORMATION WITH RESPECT TO HEALTH AND SAFETY CONCERNS ABOUT PESTICIDES.

FOR INFORMATION REGARDING THE PESTICIDE APPLICATION SCHEDULE AND SPECIFIC AREAS TO BE TREATED, CONTACT:

Ed Wysocki at The Orient Mosquito District at (631) 323-2364 between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

9737-14T 4/29; 5/13, 27; 6/10, 24; 7/8, 22; 8/5, 19; 9/2, 16, 30; 10/14, 28

LEGAL NOTICE

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

INCORPORATED

VILLAGE OF GREENPORT

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED LOCAL LAW

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Board of Trustees of the Village of Greenport will conduct a public hearing on June 28, 2010, at 6:00 p.m. at the Greenport Third Street Firehouse, Third Street, Greenport, Suffolk County, New York, on a proposed local law of 2010 entitled Local Law No. of the year 2010 a Local Law Creating an Article II of Chapter 13 (Section 13-20) of the Greenport Village Code, Permitting Keeping of Hens” and that the subject of this local law will be to permit residents of the Village of Greenport to keep up to twenty hens.

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that all interested persons will be heard for public comment at the designated time and place.

Dated: Greenport, New York

June 1, 2010

Sylvia Pirillo

Village Clerk Treasurer

Village of Greenport

236 Third Street

Greenport, New York

9809-2T 6/10, 24

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF SALE

SUPREME COURT: COUNTY OF SUFFOLK – ROLF V. MAHLER, Plaintiff, AGAINST JAMES HIRES, ET AL., Defendant(s). Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly dated 4/30/2010, I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at the Southold Town Hall, Main Road, Southold, New York, New York, on 7/2/2010 at 8:30 AM, premises known as 100 HAMPTON COURT, Bridgehampton, NY 11932. All that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of SOUTHAMPTON, County of Suffolk and State of New York, Section, Block and Lot: District 9 Sec 51 Block 2 Lot 59. Approximate amount of judgment $366,355.48 plus interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index #3348/09. Thomas S. Zawyrucha, Referee,

PETER T. ROACH AND

ASSOCIATES, P.C.,

Attorney for Plaintiff

125 Michael Drive,

Syosset, NY 11791

Dated: 5/26/2010

9798-4T 6/3, 10, 17, 24

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF RESOLUTION

ADOPTED SUBJECT TO

PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Fire Commissioners of the EAST MARION FIRE DISTRICT, at a Regular Meeting thereof, held on June 16, 2010, duly adopted the following:

BE IT RESOLVED, pursuant to the provisions of the Town Law of the State of New York that the EAST MARION FIRE DISTRICT, by adoption of a resolution, declared the Kaiser Jeep 2-1/2 Ton Cargo Truck Series M35A2, Vehicle Identification Number 0525-15007, with a value of $10,000.00 to $50,000.00, as surplus to the needs of the district; and be it further

RESOLVED, said vehicle may be disposed of by auction or public or private sale for the best price obtainable; and be it further

RESOLVED, that this resolution is adopted subject to permissive referendum as provided in the General Municipal Law of the State of New York; and be it further

RESOLVED, that the Secretary of the Fire District shall, within ten (10) working days of adoption of this resolution, publish a notice within the Suffolk Times setting forth the date of the adoption of the resolution and an abstract of the resolution concisely stating the purpose and effect thereof and that the resolution was adopted subject to a permissive referendum.

Date: June 16, 2010

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS OF THE EAST MARION FIRE DISTRICT, Town of Southold,

Suffolk County, New York.

Walter Gaipa

District Secretary/Treasurer

9816-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF SALE

Please take notice that the EAST MARION FIRE DISTRICT will offer for sale a Kaiser Jeep 2-1/2 Ton Cargo Truck, Series M35A2, Vehicle Identification Number 052515007, Mileage 21,867.

Said vehicle may be inspected by contacting the Secretary/Treasurer, Walter Gaipa at 631-872-1064.

Purchasers are advised that a minimum bid of $30,000.00 will be required.

Said vehicle shall be sold to the highest bidder. Bids are to be submitted to the Fire District by 7:30 PM on July 21, 2010 or may be mailed to the Fire District to reach it by said date care of Route 25, P.O. Box 131, East Marion, New York 11939. District shall not be responsible for any bid received after 7:30 PM on July 21st, 2010.

Date: June 16, 2010

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS OF THE EAST MARION FIRE DISTRICT, Town of Southold,

Suffolk County, New York.

Walter Gaipa

District Secretary/Treasurer

9817-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company (LLC)

Name: H20 Hospitality LLC. Articles of Organization Filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 3/12/10. Office location: Suffolk County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to: 1250 Mt. Beulah Ave, Southold, NY 11971. Purpose: to engage in any and all business for which LLCs may be formed under the New York LLC Law.

9818-6T 6/24; 7/1, 8, 15, 22, 29

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Mattituck – Cutchogue UFSD is intending to request an exemption for the 2010-2011 school year from the School Breakfast Program.

Anyone with concerns or comments can contact Michael Engelhardt at 298-4242 ext. 247.

9819-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE IS hereby given that the fiscal affairs of the Southold Fire District, for the period beginning on January 1, 2009, and ending on December 31, 2009, have been examined by Coughlin, Foundotos, Cullen and Danowski, LLP, independent certified public accountants and that the report of examination performed and management letter prepared in conjunction with the external audit by Coughlin, Foundotos, Cullen and Danowski, LLP, independent certified public accountants has been filed in my office where it is available as a public record for inspection by all interested persons.

By Order of the

Board of Fire Commissioners

Southold Fire District

Carol A. Miller, Fire District Secretary

9820-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

EXHIBIT A

NOTICE OF APPLICATION

IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF THE CONNECTICUT MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC ENERGY COOPERATIVE FOR A CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY PURSUANT TO PUBLIC SERVICE LAW, SECTION 68, PETITION FOR LIGHTENED REGULATION, REQUEST FOR A NEGATIVE DECLARATION UNDER THE STATE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY REVIEW ACT AND MOTION FOR EXPEDITED REVIEW

The Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative (CMEEC) has filed a petition with the New York Public Service Commission seeking: (i) a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity pursuant to Section 68 of the New York Public Service Law to install a single 2.5MW diesel-generator set and ancillary equipment (Project) on the property of Fishers Island Electric Utility, 1866 Central Avenue, Fishers Island, Town of Southold, NY; (ii) acknowledgement by the Public Service Commission of the exemption of CMEEC from section 69 of the New York Public Service Law with respect to CMEEC’s financing of the Project; (iii) lightened regulation; and (iv) a negative declaration under the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA).

The installation is part of CMEEC’s plan to provide distributed generating capacity to its members and participant utilities. The Project will operate approximately 300 hours per year while being used to minimize costs by reducing demand from the ISO New England grid during peak demand periods.

Fishers Island Electric Corporation (“FIEC”) currently distributes to its customers electric power received from Groton, CT via under water cables. FIEC has no generating capacity on the Island to back up the Groton supply should it be interrupted. The Project is of added benefit to the citizens of Fishers Island because it will have ample capacity to supply the entire Island, even during summer peak periods, in case of damage to the underwater cables, windstorm, ice storm or other events that interrupt the normal power supply.

CMEEC has requested expedited action by the Commission on its petition and that the hearing required by the Public Service Law be conducted on the basis of CMEEC’s petition and accompanying material and such exhibits and other information as may be filed by any party or Department of Public Service, and that oral testimony not be required.

Any person opposed to the granting of the Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity should, within 10 days of the date of publication of this notice, notify in writing the Secretary of the Public Service Commission at Agency Building 3, Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York 12223, of the reasons for the opposition.

9821-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

NORTH FORK PROMOTION COUNCIL’S (NFPC’s)

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)

The North Fork Promotion Council (NFPC) is accepting proposals to re-design and host the Council’s web site www.northfork.org to attract overnight guests and day trippers to the North Fork. The revised website should promote increased awareness and interest in the North Fork as a travel destination. This is an open and competitive process.

To request a copy of the Request for Proposal (RFP), please email [email protected] or [email protected] or visit www.northfork.org to download a copy. Selection will be made on the basis of written proposals received as specified in the RFP and through interviews, if necessary. The deadline for submitting proposals is 5:00 p.m., Thursday, July 15, 2010.

9822-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

WETLANDS APPLICATION

Applicants: Michael and Isabel Osinski, 307 Flint Street, Greenport, NY, 11944

(SCTM # 1001-6.-8.-1.2)

Installation of one 8′ x 16′ floating dock secured by one new 8″ pile and one moved 8″ pile. Dock will house an upweller to grow oyster seed.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Public Hearing will be held by the Village of Greenport Board of Trustees on Monday, the 28th of June 2010 at 6:00 p.m. at the Third Street Fire Station, Third and South Streets, Greenport, New York 11944, with regard to the above application.

This hearing is with regard to the Code of the Village of Greenport, Chapter 142-Wetlands, Floodplains and Drainage. The Board of Trustees will hear all persons who wish to be heard, and all persons wishing to offer testimony either for or against said application should appear at the above stated time and place and they shall be heard. The application is on file with the Village Clerk, where it is available for review and inspection.

BY ORDER OF

THE VILLAGE OF GREENPORT BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Sylvia Lazzari Pirillo

Village Clerk

9823-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

MATTITUCK PARK DISTRICT

TOWN OF SOUTHOLD

TAKE NOTICE THAT sealed bids will be received by the District Clerk, Mattituck Park District Office at Veterans Memorial Park, 11280 Peconic Bay Boulevard, P. O. Box 1413, Mattituck, New York between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday up to and including Thursday, July 1, 2010, on which date bids will be opened at 7:00 p.m. prevailing time, and read aloud for the following: Mobile/Vending Machine, Food and Snack Items/Beach Sundries/ Beverages. Concession locations: Breakwater Beach, Veterans Park Beach, Aldrich Lane Fields, Bay Avenue Field and (MYC) Peconic Bay Ball Field/Beach.

Specifications are on file at the MPD Office and may be picked up between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday beginning Thursday, June 24, 2010. Phone number of the MPD is 298-9103.

Each proposal must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Mobile/Vending Machine, Food and Snack Items/Beach Sundries/Beverages for (chosen location).” Bidders who are submitting bids for more than one location may specify and incorporate locations into one bid.

All bidders must include with their bid a bid deposit in the form of a bank check made payable to the Mattituck Park District for $100. All bid deposits shall be returned except to the successful bidder, whose deposit will be returned at the end of the term of the Agreement upon full compliance with all terms. All bidders must comply with all Federal, State and local laws. The Mattituck Park District reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

BY ORDER OF THE

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

DORIS MCGREEVY, Chairperson

NICHOLAS DEEGAN, CHARLES ZALOOM, Commissioners

Beverly Vlcek, Secretary

9824-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice of formation of JOE ANDREJACK, LLC, a limited liability company. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 4/13/10. Office location: Suffolk County. SSNY has been designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process served against the LLC to: PO Box 1682, Southold, NY 11971. Purpose: any lawful purpose.

9825-6T 6/24; 7/1, 8, 15, 22, 29

LEGAL NOTICE

Notice to Bidders

Old Schoolhouse Restoration Project

The Village of Greenport is requesting bids from qualified builders, contractors, plumbers, electricians, HVAC firms for the restoration of the Historic Greenport one-room Schoolhouse. This project is subject to NYS prevailing wage and other public bid requirements.

Proposals must be returned to Sylvia Pirillo, Village Clerk at Village Hall, not later than 12 noon, July 19, 2010.

For a complete notice to bidders, plans and specifications or any other information, please contact David Abatelli, Village Administrator at 477-0248 ext. 209 or e-mail [email protected]

9826-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

The resolution, a summary of which is published herewith, has been adopted on the 15th day of June, 2010, and the validity of the obligations authorized by such resolution may be hereafter contested only if such obligations were authorized for an object or purpose for which the Town of Southold, in the County of Suffolk, New York is not authorized to expend money or if the provisions of law which should have been complied with as of the date of publication of this notice were not substantially complied with, and an action, suit or proceeding contesting such validity is commenced within twenty days after the publication of this notice, or such obligations were authorized in violation of the provisions of the constitution.

Dated: June 15, 2010

Southold, New York

BY ORDER OF

THE TOWN BOARD

OF THE TOWN OF SOUTHOLD

Elizabeth A. Neville

Town Clerk

BOND RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN OF SOUTHOLD, NEW YORK, ADOPTED JUNE 15, 2010, APPROPRIATING $700,000 FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF FACILITIES OF THE SOUTHOLD TOWN WASTEWATER DISPOSAL DISTRICT, AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $700,000 SERIAL BONDS OF SAID TOWN TO FINANCE SAID APPROPRIATION

The object or purpose for which the bonds are authorized is the improvement of facilities of the Southold Town Wastewater Disposal District, consisting of the removal of all existing buildings, equipment, fencing, pavement, walkways, piping and other site features relating to the existing Scavenger Waste Facility located on land leased from the Village of Greenport, in connection with the decommissioning of said Scavenger Waste Facility, at the estimated maximum cost of $700,000.

The amount of obligations to be issued is $700,000.

The period of probable usefulness is forty (40) years.

A complete copy of the Bond Resolution summarized above shall be available for public inspection during normal business hours at the office of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, 53095 Main Road, Southold, New York.

This Bond Resolution was adopted on June 15, 2010.

9827-1T 6/24

LEGAL NOTICE

FISHERS ISLAND

FERRY DISTRICT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, as prescribed by Chapter 699 of the Laws of New York, 1947, as amended, that the Annual Meeting for the election of Commissioners of the Fishers Island Ferry District, will be held on Tuesday, the 10th Day of August 2010 at the Fishers Island Fire House, Fishers Island, New York at 2:00 p.m. for the purpose of election of one Commissioner as follows:

ONE COMMISSIONER TO FILL AN OPEN SEAT LEFT FOR A TERM OF FIVE (05) YEARS.

The polls will remain open between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Electors of the District qualified to vote for Town Officers of the Town of Southold at the preceding Town Election AND owners of real property situate within the Fishers Island Ferry District assessed upon the last preceding town assessment roll shall be eligible to vote.

Date of Notice:

June 21, 2010

Board of Commissioners

Fishers Island Ferry District

By: Reynolds duPont, Jr.

Robert R. Brooks II

David C. Burnham II

Christopher I. Edwards

NOMINATING PETITIONS FOR PLACING THE NAME OF A QUALIFIED CANDIDATE ON THE BALLOT FOR COMMISSIONER OF THE FISHERS ISLAND FERRY DISTRICT MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE BUSINESS OFFICE OF THE FISHERS ISLAND FERRY DISTRICT, FISHERS ISLAND, NY, AS OF 8:00 AM, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 2010. SAID PETITIONS MUST BE RETURNED TO THE BUSINESS OFFICE OF THE FISHERS ISLAND FERRY DISTRICT, FISHERS ISLAND, NY ON OR BEFORE 12 NOON, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010.

9828-1T 6/24