Pearl Harbor Day Patriotic Tree Lighting

Never Forget! Remembering Pearl Harbor: the 8th Annual Pearl Harbor Day Patriotic Tree Lighting Ceremony was held on Sunday, December 6, 2020 at Bartlett Pond Park in Middle Island. MIFD volunteers placed wreaths at our monuments, and Korean War Vet Harold Bachmann lit the tree. We remembered our recently departed friend Harold Lilie, who protected …

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Longwood Veterans Day Ceremony Salutes WWII Heros and More!

Our 12th Annual Veterans Day Commemoration Ceremony at Bartlett Pond Park was a moving and well attended event on Wednesday, November 11, 2020.  We unveiled the names of two WWII Veterans, 100 year old Coram resident Frank LaMagra and the late Dr Louis Nannini, who was Longwood’s first school superintendent.  We also paid tribute to …

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Civics Are Tired of Waiting for RT 25 Repaving

https://www.newsday.com/…/middle-country-road-brookhaven-re… Residents upset over timetable to repair Middle Country Road Brookhaven residents say Middle Country Road is in poor shape and dangerous to motorists. Credit: James Carbone By Carl MacGowan carl.macgowan@newsday.com @CarlMacGowan Updated July 8, 2020 3:44 PM Residents of communities along Middle Country Road in Brookhaven Town thought this was the year the pothole-riddled …

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Library To Start Phased Re-Opening

The Library Board of Trustees has approved a gradual, four-phase reopening plan beginning in June. We appreciate your patience as we slowly work toward re-introducing services, and we look forward to the day we can see you in our beautiful building again! In the meantime, you can still find lots of library services online at www.longwoodlibrary.org. …

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Mail Only Voting for School Budget/BOE & LPL Elections Due by June 9th

http://longwood.k12.ny.us/UserFiles/Servers/Server_2549290/File/Documents/Budget%202020-21/English.pdf https://www.longwoodlibrary.org/sites/default/files/2020-05/2020%20trustee%20candidate%20statements.pdf By now many of us have received our ballots to use in the Mail Only voting for the Longwood School Budget Vote, Board of Education Election and Longwood Public Library Trustee Election. Please use the links above to read more about the proposed budget, the three candidates for the 2 seats on the …

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COVID-19 Pandemic Closes All But Essential Places – Takeout Available!

Although many places of business are temporarily closed, others have different operating hours, and some have bargain prices! Starting on Monday, Sterling Bank in Ridge will no longer be having any lobby hours; the drive thru WILL be open. The posted drive thru hours are currently M-Thurs, 9am-4pm and Fri 9am-6pm. Call 631-924-4200 to confirm …

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LPL adopts new safety protocols during COVID-19 dilemma

LPL will be open for individual patron use, but programs and meeting room reservations will be cancelled starting Sat, 3/14 thru at least Sun, 3/22,  out of an abundance of caution during the COVID-19 dilemma. From the Longwood Public Library website: Out of an abundance of caution, beginning Saturday, March 14, and continuing until (at …

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