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Statement Re Graffiti on Dunkin Donuts Building

The Village received numerous complaints about newly applied exterior wall paint at the business located on the corner of Middleneck Road and Northern Boulevard. We have been in contact with the owner and we were informed that the exterior will be restored to the same color as before. We have taken appropriate actions per our code and will take further action should that become necessary. The Village is happy to work with our businesses and residents if they would like to alter their buildings, as we have throughout this pandemic, using the processes provided for under our code.

Wildlife Spotting in Flower Hill

One of our residents spotted this beautiful red fox in their yard in the Roslyn part of the Village. There have also been reports of coyotes in the area. The Red Fox is the most common wild canid in the world, found throughout The Northern Hemisphere but introduced to Australia. With a varied omnivore diet (both animal and vegetation), they keep a balance by preying on abundant rodent populations. In fact, in North America, they may limit the spread of Lyme Disease and other rodent borne disease. They are essential to any ecosystem. Coyotes may have been habituated but displayed NO AGGRESSION or threats to the public. The adaptability of coyotes in securing new habitat is well documented , and Long Island (and the Borough of Queens , New York) is no exception, as diverse food , both natural and human refuse are being utilized by dispersing coyotes in order to survive .  Further evidence of coyote presence through their scat shows a natural diet, as small animal bones, possibly squirrels and mice, as well as Possum fur and seeds. As with other areas within the urban environment , abundant cat food placed outside as well as scavenging refuse on  … Read more


Walk facing traffic so you can react quickly. Always use sidewalks and off-road, multi-use paths when possible. … Don’t assume others see you. … Keep your head up, looking for hazards 10–15 feet in front of you. Avoid distractions that can cause you to lose focus.

Flower Hill Food Drive

Dear Residents of Flower Hill,   2020 has certainly been an unprecedented year.  While many of our village residents have been affected, thankfully the majority have been able to keep the lights on and keep food on their tables.  For others, that is not always the case – which is why we have established the Flower Hill Food Drive.   With a helping hand from local groups and other community volunteers, the Flower Hill Food drive will support families in our area who are in need.  All contributions will be donated to local food pantries (currently JCC of Roslyn and Our Lady of Fatima in Manorhaven).   How can you help? We have set up two drop-off locations and we are asking you, the generous residents of Flower Hill, for your help.  If you wish to donate, please email FHfooddrive@gmail.com and we will arrange a safe and socially distant pick-up.  In addition, you can drop items off at Village Hall between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm) or at the residences of either of the Co-Chairs (to be arranged via email):   Claire Dorfman: 129 Chestnut Road, Manhasset   Milan Doshi: 51 Reni Road, Manhasset   ITEMS NEEDED: NON-PERISHABLE SHELF STABLE  … Read more

Flower Hill Halloween Guidelines

This year we ask people to remind their kids to be on the lookout for signs indicating whether homes are participating in Halloween or not due to COVID-19. We are including signs available to the community but please be on the lookout for other signs that homeowners or other community organizations have created as well.   TO LET TRICK OR TREATERS KNOW IF YOU ARE PARTICIPATING: PRINT OUT THE RED (NO CANDY HERE) OR GREEN (WE HAVE CANDY!) TRICK OR TREATING SIGN.  ATTACH TO YOUR GARAGE DOOR OR SOME OTHER VISIBLE PLACE. Call Village Hall 627-5000 and we will send you the sign.   If you’re handing out treats , the CDC advises that you: Avoid direct contact with trick-or-treaters. Distribute the treats in outdoor spaces, if possible, and set up a station with presorted, individually bagged or wrapped treats (with space between each) to limit direct contact between nonfamily members or those not in your household. Wash your hands before handling all treats. Wear disposable gloves Wear a face mask — and remember that a decorative costume mask is not the same as a protective face mask.   If you’re handing out treats, the CDC advises that you: Avoid  … Read more

Election Results: Mayor Brian Herrington 596, Kate Hirsch 233

  Three (3) Trustee Seats Trustee –  Gary Lewandowski 577 Trustee – Randall Rosenbaum 562 Trustee –  Robert McNamara (dec.) 560 Trustee – Diane Turner 240 Trustee – Jeffrey Greilsheimer 232 Trustee – Jay Silverman 225   Village Justice Dennis Reisman 613

Mayor Herrington Addresses St. Francis Hospital Expansion Plans for Oaktree Lane

September 1, 2020 Dear Neighbors, I know concerns have circulated the community about St. Francis Hospital’s plans for future expansion and acquisition of properties on Oaktree Lane. I reached out to the President of the hospital recently asking for an update on their plans and wanted to share his response with you (below). If we are made aware of any further actions by the hospital, I will inform you all. Very truly yours, Mayor Brian Herrington     St. Francis Hospital, The Heart Center® Catholic Health Services At the heart of health    July 28, 2020 Dear Mayor Herrington, Thank you for your recent letter and for your kind words regarding St. Francis Hospital’s efforts in battling the COVID-19 pandemic. St. Francis Hospital is a nationally respected medical facility that is known for overall excellence and an unwavering commitment to delivering the highest level of medical care to the community. We are happy to serve Long Islanders. While we beat back the first wave of this often deadly virus, we remain vigilant should it reemerge. Our continued goal is to provide first-class quality care to all who need it.   I understand from your letter that Village residents have questions concerning  … Read more

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