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Upcoming Meetings: April 9th, May 14th, June 11th, September 10th, October 8th, November 12th, and December 10th. All of these meetings will be at 7:30 at the Garden City Senior Center
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Legal Notice # 21489647 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing pursuant to Section 859-a of the General Municipal Law, as amended, will be held by the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency (the “Agency”) on the 13th day of May, 2019, at 2:00 p.m., local time, at Village Hall, 351 Stewart Avenue, Village of Garden City, Town of Hempstead, Nassau County, New York, with respect to the following project: SLC DEVELOPMENT, LLC, a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York on behalf of itself and entities formed or to be formed on its behalf, including without limitation, its affiliate, 555 Stewart Garden City, LLC, a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware (collectively, the “Applicant”), has presented an application for financial assistance (the “Application”) to the Agency, which Application requests that the Agency consider undertaking a project (the “Project”) consisting of the following: (A)(1) the acquisition of an interest in an approximately 4.45 acre parcel of land located at 555 Stewart Avenue, Village of Garden City, Town of Hempstead, Nassau County, New York (Section: 44; Block: 076; Lot: 15) (the “Land”), (2) the construction of an approximately 207,800 square foot four-story residential facility (collectively, the “Building”) on the Land, together with related improvements to the Land and (3) the acquisition of certain furniture, fixtures, machinery and equipment (the “Equipment”) necessary for the completion thereof (collectively, the “Project Facility”), all of the foregoing for use by the Applicant as a multi-family residential rental facility with approximately 150-units, at least ten percent (10%) of which units shall be affordable units (B) the granting of certain “financial assistance” (within the meaning of Section 854(14) of the General Municipal Law) with respect to the foregoing in the form of potential exemptions or partial exemptions from real property taxes, mortgage recording taxes and/or sales and use taxes (collectively, the “Financial Assistance”); and (C) the lease (with an obligation to purchase), license or sale of the Project Facility to the Applicant or such other entity as may be designated by the Applicant and agreed upon by the Agency. The Project Facility would be initially owned, operated and/or managed by the Applicant or such other entity as may be designated by the Applicant and agreed upon by the Agency (the Applicant or such other entity, collectively, the “Company”). The Company would receive financial assistance from the Agency in the form of potential exemptions or partial exemptions from real property taxes, sales and use taxes and mortgage recording taxes (collectively, the “Financial Assistance”). A representative of the Agency will at the above-stated time and place hear and accept comments from all persons with views with respect to the Project. Interested parties may present their views both orally and in writing with respect to the Project. Subject to applicable law, copies of the Application, which includes a description of the anticipated costs and benefits of the Project, are available for review by the public during business hours at the offices of the Agency at One West Street, Mineola, New York (from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday). The Application is also posted on the Agency’s website. Dated: April 29, 2019 NASSAU COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY By: Harry Coghlan Chief Executive Officer Appeared in: Newsday on Monday, 04/29/2019
The demolition of the Old Country Rd water tower will be commencing the week of April 8th. Mobilization of equipment, including a crane, onto the job site will start next week. During this time the sidewalk in front of the tower on Old Country Road will be closed and will remain closed for the duration of the project. We expect this project to take approximately 12-14 months to complete. During the duration of the project you might periodically experience traffic on Old Country Road due to the entrance and exit of construction vehicles, we ask that you exercise caution driving in the area and we appreciate your patience with this project.
If you have any questions or concerns about this project, please contact Joseph DiFrancisco, Superintendent of Public Works/DVA.
351 Stewart Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530
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“ARE YOU PLANNING A RENOVATION TO YOUR HOME?
The short “guide” below will provide you and/or your contractor
with up-to-date information regarding “when” and “what for” you
will need to apply for a Permit from the Garden City Building
Helpful Hints from Your Neighbors
Have you or your neighbors experienced recent power outages with PSE&G and are looking for resolution? After experiencing repeated power outages on her block, Garden City resident Eithne Thorne has a helpful hint for those who have unresolved issues with PSE&G. Please contact Erin Mullen at PSE&G at firstname.lastname@example.org to seek help and assistance with your power problems.
Please contact us if you have solutions to problems that your neighbors may be able to use.
If anyone else has any information, comments or concerns, please email the CPOA at email@example.com.
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Membership categories include:
Associate Member- $20, Senior Member(over 65)- $15, and Lifetime Member- $250.
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High School Ambassador Program
The Mission Statement
The High School Ambassadors serve the community for two years during which time they become vital members of the Garden City Central Property Owners’ Association.
Each Student Ambassador is required to attend Village Committee meetings on a regular basis. By doing so, they absorb the essence of the community’s governmental process and present the governing boards / committees with the faces of the next generation. Upon return to the CPOA Board’s monthly meetings they present the agendas and issues of the discussions that have taken place at the meetings which they attended.
During their terms as Ambassadors, students are expected to complete a Community Service project which is in keeping with their particular skills and preferences.
View the application here!