Garden City Central Property Owners Association

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OCTOBER 13, 2020 CPOA MEETING AGENDA

1. Approval of the minutes from September 8, 2020 meeting 2. Report of the Treasurer-– Mary Beth Tully 3. Guest Speakersa. Traffic: Frank Filiciotto, PE Creighton Manning 4. Report of the Interim President – Ed Finneran 5. Reports of Trustees (Village, School Board, and Library) – Mayor Theresea Trouve’, Louis Minuto, Lola Nouryan and Matt Wakeham 6. Reports of the Standing Committees: ARB, Cultural/Recreation; Library, Membership, High School Ambassadors, Traffic, School Board, Police/Fire, et.al. 7. Reports of-special committees 8. Unfinished business 9. New Business 10. Next Meeting: November10, 2020/Place: TBD & Adjournment

New Student Ambassador

The CPOA is pleased to welcome our new student ambassador, Erin Lynch. We also send our outgoing student ambassador, Dean Trapani, our heart felt thanks for his terrific service to our Village, including a summer meeting on Seventh St !

GARDEN CITY CENTRAL PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION MEETING DATES

Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month: January 21, 2020February 11, 2020March 10, 2020 April 14, 2020May 12, 2020June 09, 2020 September 8, 2020 October 13, 2020 November 10, 2020 December 8, 2020 All meetings are held at the Golf Club Lane Senior Center andcommence at 7:30 PM.Dues:Dues are $20. Per annum and may be paid at the meetings or mailed to:Central Property Owners AssociationP.O. Box 155Garden City, NY 11530-0155

Amended Child Restraint Law In Effect

The Garden City Village Board and Police Department would like residents to be aware of the amended Child Restraint law,which became enforceable effective November 1, 2019. The new law requires all back-seat passengers under the age of two be restrained in a rear-facing specially designed seat that conforms to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety standards. The rear-facing seat must be permanently affixed to the vehicle or affixed by a safety belt. The new law also applies to school buses. The previous law required all children under the age of eight be placed in an appropriate child restraint system. The new law was enacted because children under two years…
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