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THE VILLAGE OF FLOWER HILL MOURNS THE LOSS OF FORMER MAYOR JOHN WALTER

Sadly, John Walters died on January 5, 2018 at home with family present.  Visitation is next Friday, January 12, 6-8 pm in the Congregational Church, North Lounge.  The celebration of John’s life will be on Saturday, Jan 13 at 11am in the Church Sanctuary. Memorials to:  “Church Memorial Fund” or to “Adventures in Learning”, mailed to Congregational Church, 1845 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, NY 11030.   John’s many community service roles include being a former Mayor of Flower Hill (1988 – 1996) and has for many years been the “Flower Hill Association”, also serving on Council of Greater Manhasset Civic Associations, Inc.as Secretary for several years.


WATER FOR PUERTO RICO

SENATOR ELAINE PHILLIPS: As Long Islanders we know first-hand the importance of safe drinking water and have made it our priority to protect our sole source water aquifers for future generations. Right now, millions of residents of Puerto Rico are in dire need of clean drinking water following the devastation from Hurricane Maria. My office is partnering with Long Island Cares for an “H2O for Puerto Rico campaign to collect bottled water for our fellow Americans. We are seeking donations of drinking water in any form: jugs, bottles, canned, etc. VILLAGE HALL IS A COLLECTION POINT FOR WATER


RIBBON CUTTING FOR NEW SPORTS WALL – OCTOBER 23, 8 AM

  Mayor Robert McNamara and the Board of Trustees hereby invite the entire community to the grand opening of the Flower Hill Park sports wall and swings.   Cutting the ribbon will be Senator Elaine Phillips along with former Senator and County Executive candidate Jack Martins. Senator Martins initiated the grant that gave us the funding for the sports wall at the urging of then Mayor Phillips, who has followed through as Senator to make this a reality. The swings have four bays that accommodate children from toddler and up. The sports wall is designed for use for lacrosse, tennis, handball and paddleball. With the existing play and climbing equipment and basketball court, Flower Hill Park is indeed a family recreation destination.   For more information contact Village Administrator Ronnie Shatzkamer (516) 627-5000 x104.


Village Receives an “A” Rating for Transparency

North Shore villages scored below average in a Press Club of Long Island audit that graded Long Island municipalities and government agencies on New York State Freedom of Information Law requirements. The audit, which was conducted over 16 months and graded the responsiveness of 195 municipalities on a 0 to 100 scale, found that villages on the North Shore averaged a 66.2 or D rating, lower than the C average for all governments and agencies. Three North Shore villages, Flower Hill, Thomaston and Roslyn Estates, all received A grades, while seven received Fs. Twenty-four percent of the governments and agencies “failed to maintain their own FOIL policies required by law,” the audit found, while 64 percent failed to respond to the Press Club’s request within the legal deadline. The audit was conducted by Timothy Bolger, managing editor of the Long Island Press and  freedom of information chair for the Press Club, the Long Island chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. “If the Long Island governments and agencies we tested were high school students with a cumulative grade of a C, they would not be getting into the college of their choice,” Bolger said in the report. The Press Club  … Read more


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