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LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of Formation of
Celeritas WL LLC. Art. Of
Org. filed under Section
203 with SSNY on 9/03/13.
Office Location: Putnam
County. SSNY designated
as agent of the LLC upon
whom process against
it may be served. SSNY
shall mail process to U.S.
Corporation Agents, Inc.,
7014 13th Avenue, Suite
202, Brooklyn, New York
11228. Purpose: any lawful
purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
CREATIVE KIDS KENT,
LLC, a domestic LLC, filed
with the SSNY on 10/1/13.
Office location: Putnam
County. SSNY is designated
as agent upon whom process
against the LLC may be
served. SSNY shall mail
process to: Barbara Stabe,
22 Overlook Lane, Brewster,
NY 10509. General Purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
CHESTNUT SPRINGS,
LLC, a domestic LLC,
filed with the SSNY on
9/18/13. Office location:
Putnam County. SSNY is
designated as agent upon
whom process against the
LLC may be served. SSNY
shall mail process to: The
LLC, 10 Marion Ave., Ste.
#1, Cold Spring, NY 10516.
General Purposes.

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of Formation of
Natasha's Delights, LLC.
Art. Of Org. filed with
SSNY on 06/26/2013. Office
Location: Putnam County.
SSNY designated as agent of
the LLC upon whom process
against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail process to:
17 Coffey Lane, Brewster,
New York 10509. Purpose:
any lawful purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
LA PETITE OCCASION
LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with
the SSNY on 08/12/2013.
Office loc: Putnam County.
SSNY has been designated
as agent upon whom process
against the LLC may be
served. SSNY shall mail
process to: 708 Union
Valley Road, Mahopac,
NY 10541. Reg Agent:
Michele Kim, 708 Union
Valley Road, Mahopac, NY
10541. Purpose: Any Lawful
Purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of Formation of
Wooded Acres Custom
Homes LLC. Arts. of Org.
filed with NY Dept. of State
on 9/26/13. Office location:
Putnam County. Sec. of State
designated agent of LLC
upon whom process against
it may be served and shall
mail process to: 15 Hickory
Ridge Rd., Brewster, NY
10509. Purpose: any lawful
purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT:
PUTNAM COUNTY. HSBC
BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFICATEHOLDRES
OF MERRILL LYNCH
MORTGAGE INVESTORS,
INC., MORTGAGE PASSTHROUGH CERTIFICATES,
MLMI SERIES 2006-A4,
Pltf. vs. SANDRA GULLA,
et al, Defts. Index #3489/11.
Pursuant to judgment of
foreclosure and sale dated
Aug. 30, 2013, I will sell at
public auction at the lobby of
the Putnam Supreme Court,
20 County Center, Carmel,
NY on Nov. 14, 2013 at
10:00 a.m. prem. k/a 70
Bloomer Rd., Brewster, NY
a/k/a Section 56.14, Block
1, Lot 36 a/k/a being in the
Town of Southeast, County
of Putnam and State of New
York, known and designated
as Lot No. 44 on a certain
map entitled, “Amended
Brewster Heights, West View
Section, Town of Southeast,
Putnam County, N.Y.”; and
filed in the Putnam County
Clerk’s Office, on March
4, 1957 as Map No. 759A.
Approx. amt. of judgment
is $318,034.19 plus costs
and interest. This is a First
Mortgage. Sold subject to
terms and conditions of
filed judgment and terms of
sale. STANLEY EDWARD
ESPOSITO, Referee.
DRUCKMAN LAW GROUP,
PLLC, Attys. For Pltf., 242
Drexel Ave., Westbury, NY.
File No. 26801 - #83220

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF FORMATION
OF LIMITED LIABILITY
COMPANY. NAME: CAMP
MASONA REALTY,LLC.
Articles of Organization
were filed with the Secretary
of State of New York
(SSNY) on 09/20/13. Office
location: Putnam County.
SSNY has been
designated as agent of the
LLC upon whom process
against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail a copy of
process to the LLC, 137 Cole
Shears Court, Kent Cliffs,
New York 10512. Purpose:
For any lawful purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of Formation of J&J
Management Services, LLC
filed with SSNY on 7/24/13.
Office Location: Putnam
County. SSNY designated
as agent of the LLC upon
whom process against it
may be served. SSNY shall
mail process to c/o United
States Corporation Agents,
Inc., 7014 13th Avenue,
Suite 202, Brooklyn, NY
11228 Purpose: any lawful
purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of Formation of
East American Sports LLC
Art. Of Org. filed with
SSNY on 8/16/13. Office
Location: Putnam County.
SSNY designated as agent
of the LLC upon whom
process against it may be
served. SSNY shall mail
process to: c/o United
States Corporation Agents,
Inc. 7014 13th Avenue,
Suite 202, Brooklyn, NY
11228 .Purpose: any lawful
purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of formation of
OC Brands LLC. Articles
of Organization were filed
with the Secretary of State
(SSNY) on 8/23/13. Office
location: Putnam County.
SSNY has been designated
as agent of LLC upon whom
process against it may be
served. SSNY shall mail
copy of process against
the LLC to: 282 Shear Hill
Road, Mahopac, NY 10541.
Purpose: any lawful activity.

LEGAL NOTICE
SUPREME COURT –
COUNTY OF PUTNAM
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
REALTY CORPORATION
OF NEW YORK,
Plaintiff against
SIXTO JESUS
HERNANDEZ; DAWN
H. HERNANDEZ, et al
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
on July 1, 2013.
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction
at the Lobby of the Putnam
Supreme Court, 20 County
Center, Carmel, N.Y. on the
7th day of November, 2013
at 10:30 a.m.
Said premises known as
60 Morrissey Drive, Lake
Peekskill, N.Y. 10537.
Tax account number: SBL
#: 83.82-2-4.
Approximate amount
of lien $ 348,977.45 plus
interest and costs.
Premises will be sold
subject to provisions of filed
judgment and terms of sale.
Index No. 1226-10.
Michele Bermel, Esq.,
Referee.
Fein Such & Crane, LLP
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
1400 Old Country Road,
Suite C103
Westbury, N.Y. 11590
“If the sale is set aside for
any reason, the Purchaser at
the sale shall be entitled only
to a return of the deposit
paid. The Purchaser shall
have no further recourse
against the Mortgagor,
the Mortgagee, or the
Mortgagee’s attorney.”

LEGAL NOTICE
SUPREME COURT –
COUNTY OF PUTNAM
ONEWEST BANK, FSB,
Plaintiff against
BRIAN F. RUTLEDGE, et
al Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
on July 1, 2013.
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction
at the Lobby of the Putnam
Supreme Court, 20 County
Center, Carmel, N.Y. on the
7th day of November, 2013
at 11:30 a.m.
Said premises known as
239 Farmers Mills Road,
Carmel, N.Y. 10512.
Tax account number: SBL
#: 10-2-22.
Approximate amount
of lien $ 339,668.20 plus
interest and costs.
Premises will be sold
subject to provisions of filed
judgment and terms of sale.
Index No. 0000457-11.
Joseph P. Abinanti, Sr., Esq.,
Referee.
Fein Such & Crane, LLP
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
1400 Old Country Road,
Suite C103
Westbury, N.Y. 11590
“If the sale is set aside for
any reason, the Purchaser at
the sale shall be entitled only
to a return of the deposit
paid. The Purchaser shall
have no further recourse
against the Mortgagor,
the Mortgagee, or the
Mortgagee’s attorney.”

LEGAL NOTICE
AMP ENERGY
EFFICIENCY LLC, a foreign
LLC, filed with the SSNY
on 9/23/13. Office location:
Putnam County. SSNY is
designated as agent upon
whom process against the
LLC may be served. SSNY
shall mail process to: The
LLC, 16192 Coastal Hwy.,
Lewes, DE 19958-9976.
General Purposes.

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT
COUNTY OF PUTNAM
JPMorgan Chase Bank,
National Association,
Plaintiff, against Sev
Stephen Carrea, et al.,
Defendant(s). Pursuant to a
Judgment of Foreclosure and
Sale duly dated 9/26/2013 I,
the undersigned Referee will
sell at public auction at the
Putnam County Courthouse,
20 County Center, Carmel,
New York on 11/07/2013 at
2:00PM, premises known as
86 Forest Lane, Brewster,
NY 10509 All that certain
plot piece or parcel of
land, with the buildings
and improvements erected,
situate, lying and being
in the Town of Southeast,
County of Putnam and State
of New York, Section 56.20
Block 1 Lot 5. Approximate
amount of judgment
$453,468.36 plus interest
and costs. Premises will be
sold subject to provisions
of filed Judgment Index#
2579/10. Peter R. Rosato,
Esq., Referee Shapiro,
DiCaro & Barak, LLC 250
Mile Crossing Boulevard,
Rochester, NY 14624 Dated:
October 3, 2013 1063698
10/10, 10/17, 10/24,
10/31/2013

LEGAL NOTICE
LITTLE FEET
CHILDCARE CENTER,
L.L.C., a domestic LLC,
filed with the SSNY on
9/17/13. Office location:
Putnam County. SSNY is
designated as agent upon
whom process against the
LLC may be served. SSNY
shall mail process to: The
LLC, 19 Old Farm Rd.,
Carmel, NY 10512. Purpose:
Any Lawful Activity

LEGAL NOTICE
ROUTE 22 BREWSTER
LLC, a domestic LLC,
filed with the SSNY on
9/4/13. Office location:
Putnam County. SSNY is
designated as agent upon
whom process against the
LLC may be served. SSNY
shall mail process to: Ekrem
R. Cebel, 2368 Evergreen
St., Yorktown Heights, NY
10598. General Purposes.

LEGAL NOTICE
EBATS, LLC, a domestic
LLC, filed with the SSNY
on 10/2/13. Office location:
Putnam County. SSNY is
designated as agent upon
whom process against the
LLC may be served. SSNY
shall mail process to:
Barbara Stabe, 22 Overlook
Ln., Brewster, NY 10509.
General Purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
CULINARY ANGEL LLC,
Arts. of Org. filed with the
SSNY on 7/26/13. Office
location: Putnam County.
United States Corporation
Agents, Inc.7014 13th
Ave - Ste 202, Brooklyn,
NY 11228 is designated as
agent upon whom process
against the LLC may be
served. shall mail process
to: Angela Mako, 44 Walton
Dr.,Mahopac, NY 10541.
Purpose: any lawful purpose

LEGAL NOTICE
NAHGARD LLC, a
domestic LLC, currently
known as MAHGARD LLC,
filed with the SSNY on
10/15/13. Office location:
Putnam County. SSNY is
designated as agent upon
whom process against
the LLC may be served.
SSNY shall mail process
to: The LLC, 12 Canopus
Rd., Mahopac, NY 10541.
General Purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given
that a license for an On
Premises Restaurant Brewer
has been applied for by the
undersigned* to sell liquor,
wine and beer at retail in a
restaurant under the Alcohol
Beverage Control Law at
988 Route 22, Town of
Southeast, Putnam County,
for on premises consumption.
*Stateline Enterprises Inc.
dba Bull and Barrel Brew
Pub

LEGAL NOTICE
Name of LLC: Johnifer
LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with
NY Dept. of State: 9/17/13.
Office loc.: Putnam Co. Sec.
of State designated agent
of LLC upon whom process
against it may be served
and shall mail process to:
c/o Business Filings Inc.,
187 Wolf Rd., Ste. 101,
Albany, NY 12205, regd.
agt. upon whom process
may be served. Purpose:
any lawful act.

LEGAL NOTICE
SUPREME COURT –
COUNTY OF PUTNAM
DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
OF THE INDYMAC INDX
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST
2005-AR12, MORTGAGE
PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2005-AR12 UNDER
THE POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREEMENT
DATED JUNE 1, 2005,
Plaintiff against
KERRY A. MASSI A/K/A
KERRY MASSI, et al
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
on August 19, 2013.
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction
at the Lobby of the Putnam
Supreme Court, 20 County
Center, Carmel, N.Y. on the
21st day of November, 2013
at 9:30 a.m.
Said premises known as
55 Curry Road, Mahopac,
N.Y. 10541.
Tax account number: SBL
#: 53-12-1-25.
Approximate amount
of lien $ 439,423.74 plus
interest and costs.
Premises will be sold
subject to provisions of filed
judgment and terms of sale.
Index No. 3691-09. Anne
Penachio, Esq., Referee.
Fein Such & Crane, LLP
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
1400 Old Country Road
Suite C103
Westbury, N.Y. 11590
“If the sale is set aside for
any reason, the Purchaser at
the sale shall be entitled only
to a return of the deposit
paid. The Purchaser shall
have no further recourse
against the Mortgagor,
the Mortgagee, or the
Mortgagee’s attorney.”

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
TOWN OF CARMEL
PRELIMINARY BUDGET
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that the Town Board
of the Town of Carmel will
conduct a Public Hearing on
the 6th day of November,
2013 at Town Hall, 60
McAlpin Avenue, Mahopac,
New York, at 7:00 p.m. or as
soon thereafter that evening
as possible in regard to the
Preliminary Budget for the
fiscal year 2014 including
the General Town Fund,
Highway Funds as well as
all Water Districts, Sewer
Districts, Park Districts, Fire
Districts, Fire Protection
Districts and Lighting
Districts, and
BE IT FURTHER
NOTICED that pursuant
to Section 108 of the
Town Law, the proposed
salaries of the following
officials for fiscal year
2014 are hereby specified
as follows: Supervisor:
$100,812.00, Town Council
Members (ea): $19,645.00,
Town Clerk: $81,886.00 and
Highway Superintendent:
$103,845.00;
AND BE IT FURTHER
NOTICED, that the
Preliminary Budget for the
Town of Carmel has been
completed and filed in the
Office of the Town Clerk,
Town Hall, 60 McAlpin
Avenue, Mahopac, New
York, where it is available
for public inspection from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
At said Public Hearing,
any resident may be heard
in favor of or against the
Preliminary Budget as
compiled or for or against
any item or items contained
therein. The Town Board
will make every effort
to assure that the Public
Hearing is accessible to
persons with disabilities.
Anyone requiring special
assistance and/or reasonable
accommodations should
contact the Town Clerk.
By Order of the Town
Board of the Town of Carmel
Ann Spofford, Town Clerk

LEGAL NOTICE
Formation of MYSTO
MEAD LLC filed with the
Secy. of State of NY (SSNY)
on 9/23/13. Office loc.:
Putnam County. SSNY
designated as agent of
LLC upon whom process
against it may be served.
The principal business loc.
and address SSNY shall
mail process to is Kurt
Swanson, 187 Church Hill
Rd., Carmel, NY 10512.
Mgmt. shall be by one or
more members. Purpose:
Any lawful activity.

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that the Town Board
of the Town of Carmel will
conduct a Public Hearing at
the Town Hall, 60 McAlpin
Avenue, Mahopac, New
York 10541 on Wednesday,
November 6, 2013 at 7:00
p.m. or as soon thereafter
that evening as possible
to consider the adoption
of a local law to override
the limit on the amount
of real property taxes
that may be levied by the
Town of Carmel, County of
Putnam pursuant to General
Municipal Law § 3-c; as
follows:
PROPOSED LOCAL LAW
# ____ OF THE YEAR 2013
A LOCAL LAW TO
OVERRIDE THE TAX
LEVY LIMIT
ESTABLISHED IN
GENERAL MUNICIPAL
LAW 3-C
Section 1. Legislative
Intent
It is the intent of this local
law to override the limit on
the amount of real property
taxes that may be levied
by the Town of Carmel,
County of Putnam pursuant
to General Municipal Law
§ 3-c, and to allow the
Town of Carmel, County
of Putnam to adopt a town
budget for (a) town purposes
(b) fire protection districts
and (c) any other special
or improvement district
governed by the Town Board
for the fiscal year 2014 that
requires a real property tax
levy in excess of the “tax
levy limit” as defined by
General Municipal Law §
3-c.
Section 2. Authority.
This local law is adopted
pursuant to subdivision 5
of General Municipal Law
§ 3-c, which expressly
authorizes the town board
to override the tax levy limit
by the adoption of a local
law approved by a vote of
sixty percent (60%) of the
town board.
Section 3. Tax Levy Limit
Override.
The Town Board of the
Town of Carmel, County of
Putnam is hereby authorized
to adopt a budget for the
fiscal year 2014 that requires
a real property tax levy in
excess of the limit specified
in General Municipal Law
§ 3-c.
Section 4. Severability.
If any clause, sentence,
paragraph, subdivision, or
part of this Local Law or the
application thereof to any
person, firm or corporation,
or circumstance, shall be
adjusted by any court of
competent jurisdiction to be
invalid or unconstitutional,
such order or judgment
shall not affect, impair, or
invalidate the remainder
thereof, but shall be
confined in its operation
to the clause, sentence,
paragraph, subdivision,
or part of this Local Law
or in its application to the
person, individual, firm or
corporation or circumstance,
directly involved in the
controversy in which such
judgment or order shall be
rendered.
Section 5. Effective date.
This local law shall take
effect immediately upon
filing with the Secretary
of State.
At said Public Hearing, all
interested persons shall be
heard on the subject thereof.
The Town Board will make
every effort to assure that the
Public Hearing is accessible
to persons with disabilities.
Anyone requiring special
assistance and/or reasonable
accommodations should
contact the Town Clerk.
By Order of the Town
Board of the Town of Carmel
Ann Spofford, Town Clerk

LEGAL NOTICE
C OUNTYOF
P UTNAM
NOTICE FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that sealed bids will
be received by the Director
of Purchasing of Putnam
County for the following
commodities and/or service:
RFB-41-13
CONSTRUCTION
MATERIALS
Detailed specifications
may be secured at the
office of the Director of
Purchasing, County of
Putnam Office Facilities,
40 Gleneida Ave-Room
105, Carmel, New York
l05l2 between the hours of
8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.,
Monday through Friday.
You may also visit www.
empirestatebidsystem.com.
Sealed bids must be filed in
the above office on or before
l:00 P.M., WEDNESDAY,
DECEMBER 4, 2013.
dated: Carmel, New York
October 25, 2013
Sgd/Alessandro Mazzotta,
Director
Putnam County Purchasing
Department

LEGAL NOTICE
Pursuant to provisions of
section 4-120 & 4-122 of the
State of New York Election
Law, official notice of the
General Election publication
by Putnam County Board of
Elections is hereby given:
General Election, Tuesday,
November 5, 2013
Polls are open from 6:00
A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
All polling places in
Putnam County are open
for voting.
PROPOSAL NUMBER
ONE, AN AMENDMENT
Authorizing Casino
Gaming
The proposed amendment
to section 9 of article 1 of
the Constitution would allow
the Legislature to authorize
up to seven casinos in New
York State for the legislated
purposes of promoting job
growth, increasing aid to
schools, and permitting
local governments to lower
property taxes through
revenues generated. Shall the
amendments be approved?
[ ] Yes [ ] No

PROPOSAL NUMBER
TWO, AN AMENDMENT
Additional Civil Service
Credit for Veterans with
Disabilities Certified Post-
Appointment
The proposed amendment
to section 6 of article 5 of
the Constitution would
entitle a veteran who has
received civil service
credit for a civil service
appointment of promotion
and subsequently is certified
as disabled to additional
civil service credit at a
subsequent appointment
or promotion. Shall the
proposed amendment be
approved?
[ ] Yes [ ] No

PROPOSAL NUMBER
THREE, AN AMENDMENT
Exclusion of Indebtedness
Contracted for Sewage
Facilities
The proposed amendment
to Article 8, section 5 of the
Constitution would extend
for ten years, until January
1, 2024, the authority of
counties, cities, town, and
villages to exclude from their
constitutional debt limits
indebtedness contracted
for the construction or
reconstruction of sewage
facilities. Shall the proposed
amendment be approved?
[ ] Yes [ ] No

PROPOSAL NUMBER
FOUR, AN AMENDMENT
Settling Disputed Title in
the Forest Preserve
The proposed amendment
to section 1 of article 14
of the Constitution would
authorize the Legislature
to settle longstanding
disputes between the State
and private entities over
ownership of certain parcels
of land in the town of Long
Lake, Hamilton County. In
exchange for giving up its
claim to disputed parcels,
the State would get land
to be incorporated into the
forest preserve that would
benefit the forest preserve
more than the disputed
parcels currently do. Shall
the proposed amendment be
approved?
[ ] Yes [ ] No

PROPOSAL NUMBER
FIVE, AN AMENDMENT
In Relation to a Land
Exchange in the State
Forest Preserve with NYCO
Minerals, Inc.
The proposed amendment
to section 1 of article 14
of the Constitution would
authorize the Legislature to
convey forest preserve land
located in the town of Lewis,
Essex County, to NYCO
Minerals, a private company
that plans on expanding an
existing mine that adjoins
the forest preserve land. In
exchange, NYCO Minerals
would give the State at least
the same amount of land of
at the least the same value,
with a minimum assessed
value of $1 million, to be
added to the forest preserve.
When NYCO Minerals
finishes mining, it would
restore the condition of
the land and return it to
the forest preserve. Shall
the proposed amendment be
approved?
[ ] Yes [ ] No

PROPOSAL NUMBER
SIX, AN AMENDMENT
Increasing Age until
which Certain State Judges
Can Serve
The proposed amendment
to the Constitution,
amending sections 2 and
25 of article 6, would
increase the maximum age
until certain state judges
may serve as follows: (a) a
Justice of the Supreme Court
would be eligible for five
additional two-year terms
after the present retirement
age of 70, instead of the
three such terms currently
authorized; and (b) a Judge
of the Court of Appeals
who reaches the age of
70 while in office would
be permitted to remain in
service on the Court for
up to 10 years beyond the
present retirement age of
70 in order to complete the
term to which that Judge
was appointed. Shall the
proposed amendment be
approved?
[ ] Yes [ ] No

STATE SUPREME
COURT JUSTICE, 9th
Judicial District - Vote for
any FIVE

DEMOCRATIC - JANET
C. MALONE
DEMOCRATIC - JOHN
P. COLANGELO
DEMOCRATIC - MARIA
S. VAZQUEZ-DOLES
DEMOCRATIC - VICTOR
G. GROSSMAN
DEMOCRATIC -
ALEXANDER EISEMANN
REPUBLICAN - MARK
C. DILLON
REPUBLICAN -
CHRISTIE DERRICO
REPUBLICAN - DANIEL
CASTRICONE
REPUBLICAN - JOHN
W. SWEENY, JR.
REPUBLICAN - DANIEL
D. ANGIOLILLO
CONSERVATIVE -
MARK C. DILLON
CONSERVATIVE - JOHN
P. COLANGELO
CONSERVATIVE -
VICTOR G. GROSSMAN
CONSERVATIVE - JOHN
W. SWEENY, JR.
CONSERVATIVE -
DANIEL D. ANGIOLILLO
WORKING FAMILIES -
MARK C. DILLON
WORKING FAMILIES
- JOHN P. COLANGELO
WORKING FAMILIES
- MARIA S. VAZQUEZDOLESWORKING FAMILIES -
VICTOR G. GROSSMAN
WORKING FAMILIES
- JOHN W. SWEENY, JR.
INDEPENDENCE -
MARK C. DILLON
INDEPENDENCE -
JOHN P. COLANGELO
INDEPENDENCE -
MARIA S. VAZQUEZDOLESINDEPENDENCE -
JOHN W. SWEENY, JR.
INDEPENDENCE -
DANIEL D. ANGIOLILLO

COUNTY SHERIFF –
Vote for ONE

REPUBLICAN -
DONALD B. SMITH
CONSERVATIVE -
DONALD B. SMITH
INDEPENDENCE -
DONALD B. SMITH

COUNTY LEGISLATOR,
5th District -Vote for ONE

DEMOCRATIC - SCOTT
FRIEDMAN
REPUBLICAN - CARL
L. ALBANO
CONSERVATIVE - CARL
L. ALBANO
INDEPENDENCE -
CARL L. ALBANO

COUNTY LEGISLATOR,
6th District -Vote for ONE

DEMOCRATIC - JOHN
R. MCCARRON, JR.
REPUBLICAN - ROGER
S. GROSS
CONSERVATIVE -
ROGER S. GROSS

COUNTY LEGISLATOR,
9th District -Vote for ONE

DEMOCRATIC - BERNIE
KOSBERG
REPUBLICAN - KEVIN
L. WRIGHT
CONSERVATIVE -
KEVIN L. WRIGHT
WORKING FAMILIES -
BERNIE KOSBERG
INDEPENDENCE -
KEVIN L. WRIGHT

TOWN OF CARMEL

SUPERVISOR -Vote for
ONE

REPUBLICAN -
KENNETH R. SCHMITT
CONSERVATIVE -
KENNETH R. SCHMITT
INDEPENDENCE -
KENNETH R. SCHMITT

COUNCILMAN-Vote for
TWO

REPUBLICAN - FRANK
D. LOMBARDI
REPUBLICAN -
SUZANNE F. MCDONOUGH
CONSERVATIVE -
FRANK D. LOMBARDI
CONSERVATIVE
- SUZANNE F.
MCDONOUGH
INDEPENDENCE -
FRANK D. LOMBARDI
INDEPENDENCE
- SUZANNE F.
MCDONOUGH

TOWN OF KENT

SUPERVISOR- Vote for
ONE

DEMOCRATIC -
MAUREEN A. FLEMING
REPUBLICAN -
KATHERINE M. DOHERTY
CONSERVATIVE -
MAUREEN A. FLEMING
WORKING FAMILIES -
MAUREEN A. FLEMING
INDEPENDENCE -
KATHERINE M. DOHERTY

TOWN CLERK- Vote for
ONE

REPUBLICAN -
YOLANDA D. CAPPELLI
CONSERVATIVE -
YOLANDA D. CAPPELLI
INDEPENDENCE -
YOLANDA D. CAPPELLI

TOWN JUSTICE- Vote
for TWO

DEMOCRATIC - J.
PETER COLLINS
DEMOCRATIC - KEVIN
L. DOUCHKOFF
REPUBLICAN - J.

PETER COLLINS
REPUBLICAN - KEVIN
L. DOUCHKOFF
CONSERVATIVE - J.
PETER COLLINS
CONSERVATIVE -
KEVIN L. DOUCHKOFF
INDEPENDENCE - J.
PETER COLLINS
INDEPENDENCE -
KEVIN L. DOUCHKOFF

COUNCILMAN-Vote FOR
TWO

REPUBLICAN - LOUIS
D. TARTARO
REPUBLICAN - PAUL
E. DENBAUM
CONSERVATIVE -
WILLIAM H. HUESTIS
CONSERVATIVE - PAUL
E. DENBAUM
INDEPENDENCE -
LOUIS D. TARTARO
INDEPENDENCE -
JANIS A. BOLBROCK

RECEIVER OF TAXESVote for ONE

REPUBLICAN - JEAN
R. JOHNSON
CONSERVATIVE - JEAN
R. JOHNSON
INDEPENDENCE -
JEAN R. JOHNSON

HIGHWAY
SUPERINTENDENT- Vote
for ONE

REPUBLICAN -
RICHARD T. OTHMER, JR.
CONSERVATIVE -
RICHARD T. OTHMER, JR.
INDEPENDENCE -
RICHARD T. OTHMER, JR.

TOWN OF PATTERSON

PROPOSAL NUMBER
SEVEN, TOWN
PROPOSITION NUMBER
ONE
SHALL THE ANNUAL
CONTRIBUTION OF THE
TOWN OF PATTERSON
FOR THE PATTERSON
LIBRARY BE INCREASED
BY $133,741.00 (ONE
HUNDRED THIRTY THREE
THOUSAND SEVEN
HUNDRED FORTY ONE
DOLLARS) TO THE SUM
OF $737,652.00 (SEVEN
HUNDRED THIRTY
SEVEN THOUSAND SIX
HUNDRED FIFTY TWO
DOLLARS) ANNUALLY?
[ ] Yes [ ] No

TOWN JUSTICE- Vote
for ONE

DEMOCRATIC - JOHN
E. KING
CONSERVATIVE - JOHN
E. KING
INDEPENDENCE -
JOHN E. KING

COUNCILMAN- Vote for
TWO

DEMOCRATIC - KEVIN
BURNS
DEMOCRATIC - LUZ
G. SHULGIN
REPUBLICAN -
CHRISTOPHER K. VAN
NAME
REPUBLICAN - PETER
J. DANDREANO
CONSERVATIVE -
KEVIN BURNS
CONSERVATIVE -
PETER J. DANDREANO
WORKING FAMILIES -
KEVIN BURNS
WORKING FAMILIES -
LUZ G. SHULGIN
INDEPENDENCE - LUZ
G. SHULGIN
INDEPENDENCE -
PETER J. DANDREANO

RECEIVER OF TAXESVote for ONE

DEMOCRATIC - MARY
L. DELANOY
REPUBLICAN -
CHRISTINA RIZZO
CONSERVATIVE -
MARY L. DELANOY
INDEPENDENCE -
MARY L. DELANOY

TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN

SUPERVISOR -Vote for
ONE

DEMOCRATIC -
RICHARD R. SHEA
TEAM PHILIPSTOWN -
RICHARD R. SHEA

COUNCILMAN- Vote for
TWO

DEMOCRATIC - JOHN
J. VAN TASSEL
DEMOCRATIC -
MICHAEL P. LEONARD
REPUBLICAN - LEE G.
ERICKSON
CONSERVATIVE - LEE
G. ERICKSON
CONSERVATIVE -
CATHY SAPETA
INDEPENDENCE - LEE
G. ERICKSON
TEAM PHILIPSTOWN
- JOHN J. VAN TASSEL
TEAM PHILIPSTOWN
- MICHAEL P. LEONARD

TOWN OF PUTNAM
VALLEY

SUPERVISOR- Vote for
ONE

REPUBLICAN - ROBERT
V. TENDY
CONSERVATIVE -
ROBERT V. TENDY
INDEPENDENCE -
ROBERT V. TENDY

TOWN JUSTICE- Vote
for ONE

DEMOCRATIC - GINA
CAPONE

REPUBLICAN - GINA
CAPONE
CONSERVATIVE - GINA
CAPONE
INDEPENDENCE -
GINA CAPONE

COUNCILMAN -Vote for
TWO

DEMOCRATIC - WENDY
M. WHETSEL
DEMOCRATIC - DAWN
V. POWELL
REPUBLICAN -
JACQUELINE ANNABI
CONSERVATIVE -
WENDY M. WHETSEL
CONSERVATIVE -
JACQUELINE ANNABI
INDEPENDENCE -
DAWN V. POWELL
INDEPENDENCE -
JACQUELINE ANNABI

HIGHWAY
SUPERINTENDENT- Vote
for ONE

REPUBLICAN LAWRENCE W. COBB
CONSERVATIVE -
LAWRENCE W. COBB
WORKING FAMILIES -
LAWRENCE W. COBB
INDEPENDENCE -
LAWRENCE W. COBB

TOWN OF SOUTHEAST

TOWN JUSTICE- Vote
for TWO

REPUBLICAN
- RICHARD W.
VERCOLLONE
REPUBLICAN -
GREGORY L. FOLCHETTI
CONSERVATIVE
- RICHARD W.
VERCOLLONE
CONSERVATIVE -
GREGORY L. FOLCHETTI

COUNCILMAN -Vote for
TWO

REPUBLICAN -
ELIZABETH D. HUDAK
REPUBLICAN - ROBERT
S. CULLEN
CONSERVATIVE -
ELIZABETH D. HUDAK
CONSERVATIVE -
DENNIS J. SANT
INDEPENDENCE -
ELIZABETH D. HUDAK
INDEPENDENCE -
ROBERT S. CULLEN

VILAGE OF BREWSTER

MAYOR- Vote for ONE

CONSERVATIVE -
JAMES J. SCHOENIG
BEST FOR BREWSTER
- JAMES J. SCHOENIG
BULLDOG - RICHARD
G. ALLEN, JR.

VILLAGE JUSTICE- Vote
for ONE

CONSERVATIVE -
RICHARD L. O’ROURKE
BEST FOR BREWSTER
- RICHARD L. O’ROURKE

VILLAGE TRUSTEE
-Vote for TWO

CONSERVATIVE -
TERESA P. STOCKBURGER
CONSERVATIVE - ERIN
E. MEAGHER
BEST FOR BREWSTER -
TERESA P. STOCKBURGER

AVISO LEGAL

De acuerdo con las
provisiones del articulo
4-118 de la Ley Electoral
del Estado de Nueva York,
la siguiente notificacion
oficial de las Elecciones
Generales, es publicada
por La Junta Electoral del
Condado de Putnam.

Elecciones Generales,
Martes, Noviembre 5, 2013

Los centros de votacion
estaran abiertos desde
las 6AM a las 9PM en
los siguientes locales:
Carmel, Kent, Patterson,
Philipstown, Putnam Valley
y Southeast.

PROPUESTA
NÚMERO UNO, UNA
MODIFICACIÓN
Autorización de juegos de
casino
La modificación propuesta
a la sección 9 del articulo
1 de la Constitución es
permitirle a la Legislatura
autoizar hasta siete
casinos en el Estado de
Nueva York para los fines
legislados de la promoción
del crecimiento laboral,
el aumento de la ayuda a
las escuelas y el permiso
a los gobiernos locales a
disminuir los impuestos a
la propiedad a través de
ingresos generados. ¿Debe
aprobarse la modificación?
[ ] Sí [ ] No

PROPUESTA NÚMERO
DOS, UNA MODIFICACIÓN
Crédito adicional
de servicio civil con
designación posterior
certificado de incapacidades
La modificación propuesta
a la sección 6 del artículo
5 de la Constitución le
permitiría a un veterano que
recibió un crédito de servicio
civil para una designación o
promoción de servicio civil y
posteriormente es certificado
como incapacitado a un
crédito adicional de servicio
civil en una designación o
promoción posterior. ¿Debe
aprobarse la modificación
propuesta?
[ ] Sí [ ] No

PROPUESTA
NÚMERO TRES, UNA
MODIFICACIÓN
Exclusión de
endeudamiento contraído
por las instalaciones de
aguas residuales
La modificación propuesta
al artículo 8, sección 5 de la
Constitución se extendería
durante diez años hasta
el 1 de enero de 2024, la
autoridad de condados,
ciudades, pueblos y
poblaciones para excluir del
endeudamiento de límites
de deuda constitucional
contraído para la contrucción
o reconstrucción de
instalaciones de aguas
residuales. ¿Debe aprobarse
la modificación propuesta?
[ ] Sí [ ] No

PROPUESTA NÚMERO
CUATRO, UNA
MODIFICACIÓN
Arregio del título en
disputa en la reserva forestal
La modificación propuesta
a la sección 1 del artículo
14 de la Constitución
autorizaría a la Legislatura
a arreglar disputas de larga
duración entre el Estado
y las entidades privadas
sobre la propiedad de
determinadas parcelas de
tierra en el pueblo de Long
Lake, condado de Hamilton.
A cambio de ceder su
reclamación a las parcelas
en disputa, el Estado
obtendría tierra que sería
incorporada a la reserva
natural que beneficiaría a
la reserva natural más que
lo que hace las parcelas en
disputa. ¿Debe aprobarse
la modificación propuesta?
[ ] Sí [ ] No

PROPUESTA
NÚMERO CINCO, UNA
MODIFICACIÓN
En relación con el
intercambio de tierras en
la reserva forestal estatal
con NYCO Minerals, Inc.
La modificación propuesta
a la sección 1 del artículo
14 de la Constitución
autorizaría a la Legislatura
a entregar tierra forestal
protegida ubicada en el
pueblo de Lewis, condado
de Essex, a NYCO Minerals,
una compañía privada que
planea expandir una mina
existente adyacente a la
tierra forestal protegida. A
cambio, NYCO Minerals le
daría al Estado al menos la
misma cantidad de tierra de
al menos al mismo valor, con
un valor imponible mínimo
de $1 millón que se agregará
a la reserve forestal. Cuando
NYCO Minerals finalice
las actividades de minería,
restauraría la condición de
la tierra y la devolvería a
la reserva forestal. ¿Debe
aprobarse la modificación
propuesta?
[ ] Sí [ ] No

PROPUESTA
NÚMERO SEIS, UNA
MODIFICACIÓN
Aumento de la edad hasta
que puedan prestar servicios
determinados jueces del
Estado
La modificación
propuesta a la Constitución,
modificación de las
secciones 2y25delartículo
6, aumentaría la edad máxima
hasta que determinados
jueces estatales puedan
prestar servicios de la
siguiente manera: (a) un
magistrado del Tribunal
Supremo sería elegible
durante cinco términos de
dos años adicionales después
de la edad de jubilación
presente de 70, en lugar de
tres términos actualmente
autorizados; y (b) un juez
del Tribunal de Apelaciones
que cumpla 70 mientras
esté en el cargo tendría
permiso para permanecer
en servicio en el Tribunal
durante un máximo de 10
años más allá de la edad de
jubilación presente de 70
para completar el término
al que fue designado dicho
juez.
¿Debe aprobarse la
modificación propuesta?
[ ] Sí [ ] No

Juez de la Corte Suprema,
Distrito Judicial #9 -Vote
por CINCO cualesquiera

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO - JANET
C. MALONE
PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO - JOHN
P. COLANGELO
PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO - MARIA
S. VAZQUEZ-DOLES
PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO - VICTOR
G. GROSSMAN
PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO -
ALEXANDER EISEMANN
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – MARK
C. DILLON
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
CHRISTIE DERRICO
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – DANIEL
CASTRICONE
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – JOHN
W. SWEENY, JR.
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – DANIEL
D. ANGIOLILLO
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR - MARK
C. DILLON
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR - JOHN
P. COLANGELO
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR - VICTOR

G. GROSSMAN
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR - JOHN
W. SWEENY, JR.
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR - DANIEL
D. ANGIOLILLO
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO – MARK C.
DILLON
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO – JOHN P.
COLANGELO
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO – MARIA
S. VAZQUEZ-DOLES
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO – VICTOR
G. GROSSMAN
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO – JOHN W.
SWEENY, JR.
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – MARK
C. DILLON
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – JOHN
P. COLANGELO
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
MARIA S. VAZQUEZDOLESPARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – JOHN
W. SWEENY, JR.
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
DANIEL D. ANGIOLILLO

Alguacil del Condado de
Putnam – Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – DONALD
B. SMITH
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
DONALD B. SMITH
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
DONALD B. SMITH

Legislador del Condado
Distrito #5 – Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – SCOTT
FRIEDMAN
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – CARL
L. ALBANO
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – CARL
L. ALBANO
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – CARL
L. ALBANO

Legislador del Condado
Distrito #6 – Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – JOHN
R. MCCARRON, JR.
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – ROGER
S. GROSS
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – ROGER
S. GROSS

Legislador del Condado
Distrito #9 – Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – BERNIE
KOSBERG
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – KEVIN
L. WRIGHT
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – KEVIN
L. WRIGHT
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO – BERNIE
KOSBERG
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – KEVIN
L. WRIGHT

Ciudad de Carmel
Supervisor – Vote por
UNO

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
KENNETH R. SCHMITT
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
KENNETH R. SCHMITT
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
KENNETH R. SCHMITT

Concejal - Vote por DOS
cualesquiera

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – FRANK
D. LOMBARDI
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
SUZANNE F. MCDONOUGH
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – FRANK
D. LOMBARDI
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
SUZANNE F. MCDONOUGH
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
FRANK D. LOMBARDI
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
SUZANNE F. MCDONOUGH

Ciudad de Kent
Supervisor – Vote por
UNO

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO –
MAUREEN A. FLEMING
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
KATHERINE M. DOHERTY
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
MAUREEN A. FLEMING
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO –
MAUREEN A. FLEMING
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
KATHERINE M. DOHERTY

Secretario Municipal –
Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
YOLANDA D. CAPPELLI
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
YOLANDA D. CAPPELLI
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –

YOLANDA D. CAPPELLI

Juez Municipal – Vote por
DOS cualesquiera

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – J.
PETER COLLINS
PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – KEVIN
L. DOUCHKOFF
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – J. PETER
COLLINS
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – KEVIN
L. DOUCHKOFF
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – J.
PETER COLLINS
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – KEVIN
L. DOUCHKOFF
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – J.
PETER COLLINS
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – KEVIN
L. DOUCHKOFF

Concejal – Vote por DOS
cualesquiera

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – LOUIS
D. TARTARO
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – PAUL
E. DENBAUM
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
WILLIAM H. HUESTIS
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – PAUL
E. DENBAUM
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – LOUIS
D. TARTARO
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – JANIS
A. BOLBROCK

Recaudador de Impuestos
– Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – JEAN
R. JOHNSON
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – JEAN
R. JOHNSON
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – JEAN
R. JOHNSON

Superintendente de
Carreteras – Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
RICHARD T. OTHMER, JR.
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
RICHARD T. OTHMER, JR.
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
RICHARD T. OTHMER, JR.

Ciudad de Patterson

PROPUESTA NÚMERO
SIETE, PROPOSICIÓN
MUNICIPAL NÚMERO
UNO
¿Debía de aumentarse la
contribución del pueblo de
Patterson a la biblioteca de
Patterson por $133,741.00
(Ciento treinta y tres mil
setecientos cuarenta y un
dólares) a la suma de $737,
652.00 (Setecientos treinta
y siete mil seiscientos
cincuenta y dos dólares)
anualmente?
[ ] Sí [ ] No

Juez Municipal – Vote por
UNO

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – JOHN
E. KING
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – JOHN
E. KING
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – JOHN
E. KING

Concejal – Vote por DOS
cualesquiera

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – KEVIN
BURNS
PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – LUZ
G. SHULGIN
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
CHRISTOPHER K. VAN
NAME
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – PETER
J. DANDREANO
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – KEVIN
BURNS
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – PETER
J. DANDREANO
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO – KEVIN
BURNS
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO – LUZ G.
SHULGIN
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – LUZ
G. SHULGIN
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – PETER
J. DANDREANO

Recaudador de Impuestos
– Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – MARY
L. DELANOY
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
CHRISTINA RIZZO
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – MARY
L. DELANOY
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – MARY
L. DELANOY

Ciudad de Philipstown
Supervisor – Vote por
UNO

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO –

RICHARD R. SHEA
EQUIPO PHILIPSTOWN
– RICHARD R. SHEA

Concejal – Vote por DOS
cualesquiera

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – JOHN
J. VAN TASSEL
PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO –
MICHAEL P. LEONARD
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – LEE G.
ERICKSON
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – LEE G.
ERICKSON
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – CATHY
SAPETA
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – LEE
G. ERICKSON
EQUIPO PHILIPSTOWN
– JOHN J. VAN TASSEL
EQUIPO PHILIPSTOWN
– MICHAEL P. LEONARD

Ciudad de Putnam Valley
Supervisor – Vote por
UNO

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – ROBERT
V. TENDY
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – ROBERT
V. TENDY
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
ROBERT V. TENDY

Juez Municipal – Vote por
UNO

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – GINA
CAPONE
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – GINA
CAPONE
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – GINA
CAPONE
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – GINA
CAPONE

Concejal – Vote por DOS
cualesquiera

PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO –WENDY
M. WHETSEL
PARTIDO
DEMOCRÁTICO – DAWN
V. POWELL
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
JACQUELINE ANNABI
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – WENDY
M. WHETSEL
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
JACQUELINE ANNABI
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE – DAWN
V. POWELL
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
JACQUELINE ANNABI

Superintendente de
Carreteras – Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO -
LAWRENCE W. COBB
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
LAWRENCE W. COBB
PARTIDO DE FAMILIAS
TRABAJANDO –
LAWRENCE W. COBB
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
LAWRENCE W. COBB

Ciudad de Southeast
Juez Municipal – Vote por
DOS cualesquiera

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – RICHARD
W. VERCOLLONE
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
GREGORY L. FOLCHETTI
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR
– RICHARD W.
VERCOLLONE
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
GREGORY L. FOLCHETTI

Concejal – Vote por DOS
cualesquiera

PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO –
ELIZABETH D. HUDAK
PARTIDO
REPUBLICANO – ROBERT
S. CULLEN
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
ELIZABETH D. HUDAK
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – DENNIS
J. SANT
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
ELIZABETH D. HUDAK
PARTIDO
INDEPENDIENTE –
ROBERT S. CULLEN

Oficinas Aldea de
Brewster
Alcalde – Vote por UNO

PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – JAMES
J. SCHOENIG
MEJOR PARA
BREWSTER – JAMES J.
SCHOENIG
PARTIDO DE BULLDOG
– RICHARD G. ALLEN, JR.

Justicia del Pueblo – Vote
por UNO

PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR –
RICHARD L. O’ROURKE
MEJOR PARA
BREWSTER – RICHARD
L. O’ROURKE

Aldea Administrador –
Vote por DOS cualesquiera

PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – TERESA
P. STOCKBURGER
PARTIDO
CONSERVADOR – ERIN
E. MEAGHER
MEJOR PARA
BREWSTER – TERESA P.
STOCKBURGER

LEGAL NOTICE
The resolution published
herewith has been adopted
on the 23rd day of October,
2013, 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 Patterson 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
(20) days after the date of
publication of this notice,
or such obligations were
authorized in violation
of the provisions of the
constitution.
Town Clerk
Town of Patterson
TOWN OF PATTERSON
County of Putnam
Resolution For Acceptance
of Bond Resolution Dated
October 23, 2013 of the
Town Board of the Town
of Patterson Authorizing
Not To Exceed $100,000.00
Aggregate Principal
Amount of Serial General
Obligation Bonds to Finance
the Reconstruction and
Resurfacing of Various
Roads Comprising the
Quail Ridge Subdivision,
at an Estimated Maximum
Cost of $100,000, Levy of
Tax in Annual Installments
in Payment Thereof, and
Determining Other Matters
in Connection Therewith.
R-1013-04
DATE OF
CONSIDERATION/
ADOPTION: October 23,
2013
WHEREAS, the Town
Board of the Town of
Patterson (the "Town")
hereby determines that the
Project (as herein defined )
has been determined to be
a Type II Action pursuant
to the State Environmental
Quality Review Act,
the implementation of
which as proposed has
been determined not to
have a significant effect
on the environment; and
WHEREAS, the Town has
previously complied with
the provisions of Section
200 of the
Town Law with respect to
the Project;
NOW THEREFORE
BE IT RESOLVED BY
THIS TOWN BOARD AS
FOLLOWS:
Section 1: The Town is
hereby authorized to make
improvements to the roads
comprising the Quail Ridge
Subdivision, including
repair and replacement
of asphalt pavement,
installation of signs,
maintenance of drainage
structures and improvements
in connection therewith,
including preliminary costs
thereof and costs incidental
thereto.
Section 2: The Town is
hereby authorized to issue
its serial general obligation
bonds (the "Bonds") in
the aggregate principal
amount of not to exceed
$100,000.00 pursuant to the
Local Finance Law of New
York, in order to finance the
class of objects or purposes
described herein.
Section 3: The class of
objects or purposes to be
financed pursuant to this
Resolution (the "Purpose")
is the improvements to the
roads comprising the Quail
Ridge Subdivision, including
the including repair and
replacement of asphalt
pavement, installation
of signs, maintenance of
drainage structures and
improvements in
connection therewith,
including preliminary costs
thereof and costs incidental
thereto, including the site
work, and the acquisition
of original furnishings,
equipment, machinery or
apparatus required for the
purpose for which such
roads are to be used.
Section 4: It is hereby
determined and declared
that (a) the maximum cost
of the Purpose, as estimated
by the Town Board, is
$100,000, (b) no money has
heretofore been authorized
to be applied to the payment
of the cost of the Purpose,
and (c) the Town plans
to finance the cost of the
Purpose from funds raised
by the issuance of the Bonds
and bond anticipation notes
hereinafter referred and
the expenditure of funds
appropriated in the current
and following four fiscal
years.
Section 5: It is hereby
determined that the Purpose
is one of the class of objects
or purposes described
in subparagraph (c) of
Subdivision 20 of Section
11.00(a) of the Local Finance
Law, and that the period of

probable usefulness of the
Purpose is fifteen (15) years.
The proposed maturity of
the Bonds shall exceed
five years. The Bonds are
being issued to finance an
improvement authorized by
article 12 of the Town Law.
Section 6: Subject to the
provisions of the Local
Finance Law, the power
to further authorize the
issuance of the Bonds and
to authorize the issuance
of bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of the
sale of the Bonds (including
renewals thereof) and to
prescribe the terms, form
and contents of the Bonds
and bond anticipation notes,
including the consolidation
with other issues and the
use of substantially level
or declining annual debt
service, and to sell and
deliver the Bonds and
bond anticipation notes,
is hereby delegated to the
Supervisor of the Town,
the chief fiscal officer. The
Supervisor of the Town is
hereby authorized to sign
and the Town Clerk is hereby
authorized to attest any
Bonds and bond anticipation
notes issued pursuant to this
Resolution, and the Town
Clerk is hereby authorized
to affix to such Bonds and
bond anticipation notes the
corporate seal of the Town.
Section 7: The faith
and credit of the Town of
Patterson, New York, are
hereby irrevocably pledged
for the payment of the
principal of and interest
on such Bonds and bond
anticipation notes as the
same respectively become
due and payable. An annual
appropriation shall be made
in each year sufficient to
pay the principal of and
interest on such obligations
becoming due and payable
in such year. There shall
be levied annually on all
taxable real property of
said Town, a tax sufficient
to pay the principal of and
interest on such obligations
as the same become due and
payable.
Section 8: This Resolution
shall constitute the Town's
"official intent", within the
meaning of Section 1.150-2
of the Treasury Regulations,
to finance the cost of the
Purpose with the Bonds and
notes herein authorized. The
Town shall not reimburse
itself from the proceeds of
the Bonds or notes for any
expenditures paid more than
sixty days prior to the date
hereof, unless specifically
authorized by Section
1.150-2 of the Treasury
Regulations.
Section 9: This Resolution
shall be published in full
by the Town Clerk together
with a notice in substantially
the form prescribed by
Section 81.00 of the Local
Finance Law, in the official
newspaper of the Town. The
validity of the Bonds or of
any bond anticipation notes
issued in anticipation of
the sale of the Bonds may
be contested only if such
obligations are authorized
for an object or purpose
for which the Town is not
authorized to expend money,
or the provisions of law
which should be complied
with at the date of publication
of this Resolution are not
substantially complied
with, and an action, suit
or proceeding contesting
such validity is commenced
within twenty (20) days after
the date of such publication;
or if said obligations are
authorized in violation
of the provisions of the
Constitution.
Section 10: This
Resolution shall take effect
immediately.

LEGAL NOTI CE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that the Town Board
of the Town of Carmel will
conduct a
Public Hearing at the Town
Hall, 60 McAlpin Avenue,
Mahopac, New York 10541
on Wednesday, November
6, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. or as
soon thereafter that evening
as possible on a Local Law
amending the Town Code
to add Chapter 112 entitled
“PORTABLE BATHROOMS
AND FACILITIES”; as
follows:
PROPOSED LOCAL LAW
# ____ OF THE YEAR 2013
Be it enacted by the Town
Board of the Town of Carmel,
Putnam County, State of
New York as follows:
SECTION 1: PURPOSE
The purpose of this
local law is to establish
and impose restrictions
upon the installation and
operation of portable
bathrooms for the purpose
of securing and promoting
the public health, comfort,
convenience, safety, welfare
and prosperity of the Town
and its inhabitants.
SECTION 2:
AMENDMENT OF THE
TOWN CODE
The Town Code of the
Town of Carmel is hereby
amended by the addition
of a new chapter entitled,
“CHAPTER 112 PORTABLE
BATHROOMS AND
FACILITIES” which shall
read as follows:
§ 1. Purpose.
The Town Board of the
Town of Carmel has received
numerous complaints
in regard to portable
bathrooms concerning their
visual pollution. Although
portable bathrooms may
be an environmental asset,
it is generally recognized
that portable bathrooms
create visual pollution and
can deprive neighboring
residents of the enjoyment of
their property or premises.
Therefore, it is the intention
of the Town Board of the
Town of Carmel to establish
and impose restrictions
upon the installation and
operation of portable
bathrooms for the purpose
of securing and promoting
the public health, comfort,
convenience, safety, welfare
and prosperity of the Town
and its inhabitants. This
chapter is intended to
ensure that existing and
future portable bathrooms
are utilized in a manner that
does not create a nuisance
and is not detrimental to the
health, safety and general
welfare of the residents of
the Town.
§ 2. Authority.
This chapter is adopted
pursuant to the authority, of
Article 2, § 10 of the New
York State Municipal Home
Rule Law.
§ 3. Enforcement.

The Town of Carmel
Director of Codes
Enforcement, Building
Inspector and Code
Enforcement Officer, or
any other person who may
hereafter be designated
by resolution of the Town
Board is hereby authorized
in the name and on behalf
of the Town of Carmel to
undertake and prosecute
any proceedings necessary
or appropriate to enforce
compliance with this chapter
including the issuance of
appearance tickets.
§ 4. Definitions.
As used in this chapter, the
following terms shall have
the meanings indicated:
PORTABLE BATHROOM
Any sanitary facility,
toilet, and/or bathroom
facility that is movable,
portable and/or without any
structural foundation.
VIOLATOR or ANY
PERSON WHO VIOLATES
ANY PROVISION OF THIS
CHAPTER
Any person who owns or
occupies the property at the
time the portable bathrooms
has been installed and/or
operated without meeting
all conditions of this code.
§ 5. Existing and New
Portable Bathrooms.
Except as hereinafter
provided, the lawful use of
any portable bathroom may
be continued, subject to the
provisions of this section.
A. No portable
bathrooms, shall be installed
or maintained on residential
properties, improved or
otherwise, within the Town
of Carmel unless fully
screened from view from
any street within the Town
of Carmel. Said screening
shall be with a minimum
six foot tall living fence,
of such density that the
portable bathroom facility
or facilities cannot be seen
through the living fence.
Said living fence must
be of evergreen trees and
maintained year round.
B. No portable
bathrooms, shall thereafter
be installed or maintained
on residential properties,
improved or otherwise,
within the Town of Carmel
between the dates of
November 1st and April 30th
each year.
§ 6. Penalties for offenses.
A. Failure to comply
with any of the provisions
of this chapter shall be
a violation and, upon
conviction thereof, shall
be punishable by a fine
of not less than $500 or
imprisonment for a period
of not more than 10 days, or
both, for the first offense.
Any subsequent offense
shall be punishable by a fine
of not less than $1,000 or
imprisonment for a period
of not more than 30 days,
or both. Each day that
a violation occurs shall
constitute a separate offense.
The owners of premises upon

which prohibited acts occur
shall be jointly and severally
liable for violations of this
chapter.
B. Compliance with the
provisions of this chapter
may also be compelled
and violations restrained
by order or by injunction
of a court of competent
jurisdiction.

C. In the event the
Town is required to take
legal action to enforce
the provisions of this
chapter, the violator will
be responsible for any and
all necessary costs incurred
by the Town relative thereto,
including attorneys' fees,
and such amount shall be
determined and assessed by
the court.
D. Any fine imposed
and any costs incurred
hereunder shall constitute
a lien upon the real property
where the portable bathroom
facility is located. If such
fine and/or costs assessed by
the court are as possible on
a Local Law amending the
Town Code to add Chapter
112 entitled “PORTABLE
BATHROOMS AND
FACILITIES” not paid in
full within 30 days from
the date determined and
assessed by the Court, such
fine and/or costs shall be
charged to the property so
affected by including such
expense in the next annual
Town tax levy against the
property.
§ 7. When effective.
This chapter shall take
effect immediately in
accordance with the law of
the State of New York.
At said Public Hearing, all
interested persons shall be
heard on the subject thereof.
The Town Board will make
every effort to assure that the
Public Hearing is accessible
to persons with disabilities.
Anyone requiring special
assistance and/or reasonable
accommodations should
contact the Town Clerk.
By Order of the Town
Board of the Town of Carmel
Ann Spofford, Town Clerk

LEGAL NOTI CE
TOWN OF CARMEL
ZONING BOARD OF
APPEALS
60 McAlpin Avenue
Mahopac, New York
10541
Tel. (845) 628-1500
www.carmelny.org
By the Zoning Board of
Appeals of the Town of
Carmel pursuant to Section
267 Town Law, notice is
hereby given that a hearing
will be held on:
November 7, 2013 – 7:30
P.M.
To hear the following
applications:
HELDOVER
APPLICATIONS
1. Application of
Antonio Correa for a
Variation of Section 156.15

seeking permission to
construct a boiler room.
The property is located at
33 Mt. Hope Rd, Mahopac
and is known by Tax Map
#76.9-2-5.
Code Requires / Will Exist
/ Variance Required
30’ Rear (Boiler Room)
/ 9.22’ / 20.78’
2. Application of
16 Lake Road Inc. for a
Variation of Section 156.15
seeking permission for a
2-lot Realty Subdivision.
The property is located at
103 Tea Kettle Spout Lake
Rd, Mahopac and is known
by Tax Map #76.17-1-19.
Code Requires / Will Exist
/ Variance Required
Lot line w/in Property
Lines / Exits & Re-enters
Property
Frontage 100’ / 55.17 +
55.16 / 44.83 + 44.84
3. Application of
South Lake Realty Inc. for a
Variation of Section 156.15
seeking permission to
convert 6 office suites into
6 apartments. The property
is located at Route 6N and
Clark Place, Mahopac and is
known by Tax Map #75.44-
1-65, 66 & 67.
Code Requires / Will Exist
/ Variance Required
Commercial Use /
Commercial & Residential
Use / Residential – 6
apartments on 2nd floor of
West Building
NEW APPLICATIONS
4. Application of
Andrew Pinto for a Variation
of Section 156.15 seeking
permission to extend a deck
and retain a 6’ fence in the
front yard. The property
is located at 4 Baxter Ct,
Mahopac and is known by
Tax Map #65.18-1-35.
Code Requires / Will Exist
/ Variance Required
30’ / 22’ / 8’
4’ fence allowed / 6’ / 2’
5. Application of James
LaPorte for a Variation of
Section 156.47(b) seeking
permission to amend the
lot line to decrease non
conforming setbacks.
The property is located at
940 Peekskill Hollow Rd,
Putnam Valley and is known
by Tax Map #53.-1-15.
6. Application of The
American Legion Post 1080
for a Variation of Section
156.15 seeking a “use”
variance on the property
to sell Christmas trees for
fundaraisers. The property is
located at 333 Buckshollow
Rd and in known by Tax Map
#76.9-1-7.
7. Application of Jolie
Holding Corp. for a Variation
of Section 156-15 seeking
permission to construct
a commercial building to
be used as a Veterinary
Emergency Facility. The
property is located at 559
Route 6N and is known by
Tax Map #75.-6-1-67.
Code Requires / Will Exist
/ Variance Required
Lot Area - 40,000 SF /
27,467 SF / 12,533 SF

Lot Width 200' / 191' / 9'
Front Yard East 6N 40' /
1.4' / 38.6'
Front Yard South Yorke
Rd 40' / 12.5' / 27.5'
Rear Yard-North 30' / 6.5'
/ 23.5
Parking:
2 PS/APT x APTS = 4PS
/ (37) PS all or partially on
site / PS (1)-10 partially
located on the NYS DOT
1 PS /200 of existing retail
& office -/ (6) PS totally on
state right of way /row and
require area variances
3800 SF/200 =19 PS / (43)
PS Total provided / PS (1)
10'x18' off site on NYS DOT
1 PS/200 New Office Area
- 993 SF/200 = 5 PS / PS (2)
10'x18' off site on NYS DOT
4 PS/Doctor - 2 Doctors
x 4 = 8 / PS (3) 10'x17' off
site on NYS DOT
1 PS/Employee - 6
Employees x1=6/PS(4)
10'x15' off site on NYS DOT
Total PS required - 42 PS
/ PS (5) 10'x12' off site on
NYS DOT
PS (6) 10'x10' off site on
NYS DOT
PS (7) 10'x8' off site on
NYS DOT
PS (8) 10'x5' off site on
NYS DOT
PS (9) 10'x4' off site on
NYS DOT
PS (10) 10'x3' off site on
NYS DOT
6 ps - These PS (11-16) are
fully located on the adjacent
NYS DOT Row and require
a 10'x20 area variance
This DOT Row has been
used for parking 8 / since
Rt 6N was realigned over
50 years ago.
8. Application of
Charles Weng for an
Interpretation of Section
156.15 seeking permission
to open a reflexology body
work spa. The property is
located at Putnam Plaza,
1866 Route 6, Carmel and is
known by Tax Map #55.11-
1-4.
9. Application of
Joseph and Louise Valenti
for a Variation of Section
156.15 seeking a variance
for the construction of an
addition. The property
is located at 35 Hill St,
Mahopac and is known by
Tax Map #75.6-1-79.
Code Requires / Will Exist
/ Variance Required
Side Yard 15’ / 7.5’ / 7.5’
10. Application of
Herminio & Lin-Marie Colon
for a Variation of Section
156-20 seeking permission
to retain a 6’fence in the
front yard. The property is
located at 7 Maiden Lane,
Mahopac and is known by
Tax Map # 75.6-2-11.
Code Requires / Will Exist
/ Variance Required
4’ Front / 6’ / 2’
MISCELLANEOUS
Minutes: September
By Order of the Chairman,
Mark Fraser

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