Municipal Service Request
Do you have a specific problem that needs the
attention of a Village department?
If so, please use this Service Request form to
bring it to the attention of your Village ad-ministration.
It will be acknowledged and giv-en
to the appropriate department head for ac-tion.
We recommend that you include your name and ad-dress.-
It will not be disclosed to any third
party, but it will enable us to let you know
what was done or why it couldn't be done.
You may conveniently send your Service Request
to Village Hall by including it in the same re-ply
envelope with your Electric Bill payment.
TO: Mayor William H. White, Municipal Building, Freeport, N.Y. 11520
Action Requested or Nature of Problem
Address or Location
For Referral to: Sanitation Highway Building Department Code Enforcement
Electric Water Sewer Narcotics Guidance Parking Meters
- Parking Fields- Vacant Lot Clearance • Police Fire Recreation' and Parks -
Stadium Sign Shop Other_
A PUBLIC INFORMATION BULLETIN OF THE VILLAGE OF FREEPORT
46 NORTH OCEAN AVENUE TELEPHONE FReeport 8-4000 WILLIAM H. WHITE, MAYOR
State Money For Clean Air
Roisy Mufflers Are Illegal
There have been complaints about some young Free-porters
who deliberately use a type of auto muf-fler
that is designed to magnify rather than muf-fle
nofor noise. This is a violation of Local
Laws, .Section 18-25:
No person shall operate or cause to be operated
any motor car, motorboat or other mechanism pro-
.pelled by gasoline, fuel oil or other combust-ible
substance, unless the same be properly
equipped with a muffler, so designed and in such
condition as to prevent unnecessary noise in its
State Senator Norman J. Levy and Freeport Village Mayor
William H. White, left, study plans for the proposed re-habilitation
of the present village incinerator on Albany
Senator Levy reported that Freeport will receive $750,000
from the state to provide clean
air treatment for the village's
proposed incinerator rehabilita-tion.
"The proposed rehabilitation of
the present village incinerator
on Albany Avenue, south of Mer-rick
Road, is estimated at $2.5
million," explained Levy. "These
additional and unexpected state
funds will help alleviate the
project's cost to the village."
Specifically, Levy said the monies
will be used to provide clean air,
pollution-free apparatus at the
incinerator in order to meet the
state's tough environmental air
"State Environmental Conservation
Commissioner Henry L. Diamond and
Village Mayor William White have
shown clear example of what close
cooperation between state and lo-cal
governments can do to success-fully
serve the needs of the peo-ple
they represent. I am proud
of my part in helping Freeport to
receive additional state aid."
Pollute Your Body
Trustees: George H. Fairberg, Ralph P. Franco, Thomas J. Lovelidge, H. Berkeley Swezey
Village Clerk: Thomas DeVincenzo - Treasurer: Leonard D.B. Smith - Counsel: Oakley Gentry Jr.
Rotating Schedule For Newspaper Pick-Up
The Freeport Commission for the Conservation of
the Environment has announced a change in the
schedule for picking up newspapers in the re-cycling
program, for a more efficient operation.
Instead of picking up the newspapers throughout
Village Boundary Lines
the entire Village each Thursday, the Public
.Works employees will pick up in one-quarter of
the Village each Thursday on a rotating sched-ule.
Below is an outline of each area and when
during the month the pick-ups will be made.
Village Boundary Lines
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Include West Side Main
SECTION NUMBER 1
Include 'West Side Grove
SECTION NUMBER 3
Include East Side Main
SECTION NUMBER 2
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Include East Side Grove
SECTION NUMBER 4
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Village Boundary Lines Village Boundary Lines
NORTHWEST SECTION # 1 PICKED UI! 1st THURSDAY
SCRTHEAST SECTION # 2 PICKED UP 2nd THUKoDAY
SOUTHWEST SECTION # 3 PICKED UP 3rd THURSDAY
SOUTHEAST SECTION # 4- PICKED UP 4th THURSDAY
FIFTH WEEK OF A MONTH - NO PICKUP
PLEASE CLIP AND SAVE THIS NOTICE
Notice From Human Relations Commission
Es contrario a la ley discriminar contra cual-quier
persona por razon de su raza, religion,
color, origen nacional, sexo of edad (personas
entre los *tO y 65 anos de edad).
La Comision sobre Derechos Humanos se encarga
de hacer cumplir la ley de Derechos Humanos que
prohibe la discriminacion en: Viviendas, Ero-pleos,
Educacion, Lugares De Alojamiento Pub-lico,
Parques, Lugares De Recreo, Espacio Com-ercial,
Agendas Municipales - "Oportunidad
Igual Para Cada Persona".
Si desea mas informacion sobre la ley de Dere-chos
Humanos, venga, *»6 No. Ocean Avenue, esr-criba
o telefonee a la Comision - Telefono:
5^6-8092, or FR 8-4000, Ext. 293.
It is against the law to discriminate against
any person because of his race, creed, color,
national origin, sex or age (persons between
40 and 65).
The Human Relations Commission enforces the
Human Rights Law which outlaws discrimination
in: Housing, Employment, Education, Places
of Public Accommodation, Resort or Amusement,
Commercial Space, Municipal Agencies - "Equal
Opportunity for All".
For further information about the Human Rights
Law come in, 46 No. Ocean Avenue, write or tele-phone:
546-8092, or FR 8-4000, Ext. 293.
Planning to retire? The Fall 1973 Pre-fletire-ment
Clinic starts on Tuesday, September 25th
at Freeport Memorial Library. It will consist
of a free six-session course designed to help
you plan your retirement program. Experts in
various fields will cover the problems that
will confront you at that time, and help give
you a headstart to a rewarding future. A ques-tion
period at each session will permit you to
present your personal problems to be answered
by the lecturer.
Mr. Roy R. Gockley is the clinic coordinator
again this year. All sessions will be held on
Tuesdays, 8 to 10 P.M. at the Freeport Memorial
Library, South Ocean Avenue and West Merrick
Property Owner's Responsibility
One of the unsiahtly conditions that detract from the appearance of Freeport neighborhoods is the
growths of high weeds between the curb and sidewalk areas. It is the property owner's responsi-bility
to keep that area free of such weeds. Please do your part towards a cleaner and neater
Freeport. Check your own property, whether residential or commercial, remove ugly weeds, litter
and other eye-sores. :
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