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Community Corner

25th July 2016

Disposing E-Waste/Electronics

As of March 2016 the e-waste and electronics are no longer collected curb-side. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • computers & accessories
  • cathode ray tubes
  • personal music players
  • televisions
  • VCR/DVD players
  • Tablets

To properly dispose of e-waste, residents may either return the item to the place of purchase, drop them off at the Residential Recycling Center or call 249-9346 to schedule a pickup. Residents may also utilize reimbursement programs offered by companies such as Amazon and Gazelle.

14th July 2016

Village Residents may now launch Kayaks at the Amityville Beach

All Amityville Residents are permitted to launch kayaks from the east side of the Amityville Beach with a launch permit available for free at Village Hall.

Kayaks can be launched between the hours of 10am – 5pm every day the beach is open. Beach entrance for resident with kayak is the main beach gate. kayak

When sailing lessons are taking place (typically during the weekday) kayakers must yield to sailing students.

The beach closes at 6pm; if the kayaker does not return before 6pm, the kayaker must exit the water at the launch dock located on the canal located on the west side of the beach (beach gates will be locked).

There is no permanent storage at the beach; kayaks must be taken home.

Kayak launching is done at residents own risk.

Enjoy the beach!

11th April 2016

Amityville Police Officers Honored by MADD

Congratulations to Amityville Police Officers Dave Driscoll, Frank Caramanica, and Gerald Blee for receiving the Mothers Against Drunk Driving 2016 Law Enforcement Recognition Award on April 7th, 2016 at the Crest Hollow County Club. This award honors law enforcement officers for their dedicated work in drunk and drugged driving enforcement. PDMaddaward

23rd March 2016

Amityville gets serious about Vacant Homes

Deputy Mayor Bernius and Trustee LaLota were featured in Newsday today regarding discussions for a proposed local law to focus on maintenance and care of vacant homes. Read more below:

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