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Trustee Donahue Participates in Town of Smithtown 350th Anniversary Relay

Despite the snow, Village of Nissequogue Trustee, James F. Donahue and his wife, Kristen represented the Village of Nissequogue in the 40-mile relay run to help kick off the Town of Smithtown’s 350th anniversary celebration. James and Kristen passed the baton to Assemblyman Michael Fitzpatrick. Thank you to the Donahue’s for representing the Village of Nissequogue in this wonderful event.

Suffolk County CodeRED Emergency Alert System

Thanks to the Town of Smithtown, the Village of Nissequogue is now participating in the Code RED Suffolk County Emergency Notification System. The CodeRED emergency notification system is a high-speed mass notification system that allows the Suffolk County Department of Fire Rescue and Emergency Services to deliver customized messages directly to Suffolk County homes and businesses.

Please review the attached information in order to enroll in this valuable service. You can access this information through the following web site. Just copy and paste the following information in your internet browser.

http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/Departments/
FireRescueandEmergencyServices/
OfficeofEmergencyManagement/
EmergencyNotificationSystems/
CODEREDNOTIFICATION.aspx#.VQsYO7d0zIV

FEMA Winter Safety Tips

The Village of Nissequogue would like to remind all Village residents to prepare for winter storms and extreme cold temperatures:

FEMA offers the following Winter Safety Tips for Winter Storms & Extreme Cold

To prepare for a winter storm you should do the following:

Before winter approaches, add the following supplies to your emergency kit:

Rock salt or more environmentally safe products to melt ice on walkways. Visit the Environmental Protection Agency for a complete list of recommended products.

Sand to improve traction.

Snow shovels and other snow removal equipment.

Sufficient heating fuel. You may become isolated in your home and regular fuel sources may be cut off. Store a good supply of dry, seasoned wood for your fireplace or wood-burning stove.

Adequate clothing and blankets to keep you warm.

Make a Family Communications Plan. Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so it is important to know how you will contact one another, how you will get back together and what you will do in case of an emergency.

Listen to a NOAA Weather Radio or other local news channels for critical information from the National Weather Service (NWS). Be alert to changing weather conditions.

Minimize travel. If travel is necessary, keep a disaster supplies kit in your vehicle.

Bring pets/companion animals inside during winter weather. Move other animals or livestock to sheltered

Local Law No. 1 of 2015

Local Law No. 1 of the year 2015
Village of Nissequogue, County of Suffolk
A local law authorizing a property tax levy in excess of the limit established in General Municipal Law §3-c.
Be it enacted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Nissequogue as follows:
Section 1. Legislative Intent
It is the intent of this local law to allow the Village of Nissequogue to adopt a budget for the fiscal year commencing June 1, 2015, 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 a local government’s governing body to override the property tax cap for the coming fiscal year by the adoption of a local law approved by a vote of sixty percent (60%) of said governing body.
Section 3. Tax Levy Limit Override
The Board of Trustees of the Village of Nissequogue, County of Suffolk, is hereby authorized to adopt a budget for the fiscal year commencing June 1, 2015, that requires a real property tax levy in excess of the amount otherwise prescribed in General Municipal Law §3-c.
Section 4. Severability
If a court determines that any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part of this local law or the application thereof to any person, firm or corporation, or circumstance is invalid or unconstitutional, the court’s order or judgment shall not affect, impair, or invalidate the remainder of this local law, 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.

Village Elections - June 16, 2015

PUBLIC NOTICE
INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF NISSEQUOGUE SUFFOLK COUNTY
NEW YORK



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the General Village Election of the Incorporated Village ofNissequogue will be held on Tuesday, June 16, 2015.

NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that the offices and terms to be filled
are as follows:

ONE MAYOR- term, two years (July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2017)

TWO TRUSTEES -Term, two years (July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2017)




Dated: January 24, 2015 '• Nissequogue, New York

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF NISSEQUOGUE MARYJANE B. KENNEY
VILLAGE CLERK

National Fire Prevention Safety Tips

National Fire Prevention Safety Tips

Install a new smoke alarm battery immediately if an alarm chirps warning that the battery is low.

Teach children what a smoke alarm sounds like and what they should do when they hear it.

Keep your fire alarm clean by vacuuming over and around it regularly. Dust and debris can interfere with the alarm’s operation. Do not paint over the smoke alarm.

Move alarms farther away from the kitchen if the device is sounding nuisance alarms. Never disable it.

Keep all sources of fuel (paper, clothing, bedding and carpet and rugs) at least three (3) feet away from all heat sources when cooking or using alternative heating such as a space heater.

Don’t leave the kitchen when frying, grilling or broiling food and don’t leave home when cooking.

Keep matches and lighters out of the reach of children.

If a fire occurs, get out and stay out. Call the fire department from a cell phone or neighbor’s phone.

If smoke or fire blocks the first escape route, use a second way. If someone must exit through smoke, they should crawl low below the smoke to exit. If escaping through a closed door, feel the door before opening it. If it is warm, use a different way out.

If smoke, heat or flames block the way out, stay in the room with the door closed. If there is a phone in the room, alert the fire department to your location.

Deer Vehicle Safety Tips

Deer Vehicle Collisions in the Village


In the Fall and early winter months Deer sightings in the Village are common. There is an increased mobility of the local herd
during the Mating or rutting season. The rutting season lasts from early October through most of January. Unfortunately Deer Vehicle Collisions (DVCs), are also more common during this season. We have already had several accidents resulting in vehicular damage and Deer mortality. Here are some Driver Tips for DVC avoidance during the rutting season and beyond;

1. Dusk and Dawn are the most likely times of the day for a Deer to make its move across the road. Be alert at all times for movement at roadside.

2. Headlights and brights should be on for visibility.

3. Reduce your speed at night and scan the roadsides as you drive. .

4. If you see a white tailed deer there will be more than one and they will likely run into your path.

5. Deer crossing signs are there for a reason. Be especially cautious when approaching them at night or at dawn.

6. The eyes of a dear are reflective at night. If you see reflective dots of light up ahead be cautious.

7. If you do hit a deer slowly pull to the roadside to assess the situation. turn on your hazard flashers. If the deer is dead or injured call 911 to contact the village police. Call your insurance company if necessary. DVCs are usually covered under the comprehensive portion of the policy.

A Message from the Village of Nissequogue Police Department

The Village of Nissequogue Police Department would like to remind all residents that the speed limit on Village roads is 30 miles per hour. Due to an increase in the speeds driven throughout the Village, the Village Police Department has implemented additional speed enforcement patrols. Anyone found exceeding the Village speed limit will be subject to enforcement action. The Village Police would appreciate all residents reminding any visitors and contractors coming to their homes to comply with the posted speed limit.

Also just as a reminder, in order for the Village of Nissequogue Police Department to deal with issues immediately, the 911 Operator must be notified. By activating the 911 System, the Village of Nissequogue Police Department can immediately address activities currently in progress.

The Village of Nissequogue Police Department is available to assist all residents of Nissequogue. Any questions or concerns that are not of an urgent nature and do not require an immediate response for corrective police action, can still be handled by contacting the Village of Nissequogue Police Department at 631-584-5300.

2014-2015 Village Budget

  • 2014-2015 Village of Nissequogue Budget
  • Village of Nissequogue

    Incorporated in 1926, the Village of Nissequogue is located in Suffolk County on the North Shore of Long Island about 50 miles east of New York City. The geographic area of the Village is 3.6 square miles. It is bounded on the west by the Nissequogue River, on the north by the Long Island Sound, on the east by Stony Brook Harbor and on the south by the Village of Head-of-the-Harbor and the Town of Smithtown.

    The Village of Nissequogue is the site of the original settlement of the Town of Smithtown. Richard Smith, the Patentee, founded the town in 1665 on land deeded to him by Lion Gardiner and Wyandanch, who was the Sachem of the Montauks.

    Within the Village borders, there is Delafield Woods, Butler Huntington Woods and the David Weld Nature Conservancy which contain many nature trails where residents and visitors can view many different native trees as well as other indigenous flora. Along the Nissequogue River Basin, Short Beach and Stony Brook Harbor are found many unique marshlands that are home to a host of native marsh grasses as well as a number of large and small seabirds.

    Many species of birds nest within the Village. These include herons, egrets, ducks, ospreys, Canada geese, owls and red-tail hawks. Woodland animals such as the red fox, raccoon, opossum, cottontail and deer are common sightings.

    The Village is entirely residential. Within the Village, there are no industrial or commercial installations or uses permitted except agricultural and horticultural uses or special uses which may be permitted and regulated by the Village.

    Public Service Enterprise Group (PSE&G)

    Effective January 1, 2014, Public Service Enterprise Group (PSE&G)is now responsible for all electric service outages which were previously handled by LIPA. In the event of an outage, customers should call PSEGLI at 800-490-0075. Customers can also quickly report outages by texting "OUT" to 773454. Registration is required to use this service. Remember to charge your mobile electronic devices so you can stay connected in the unlikely event of an outage.

    PSEG has implemented an enhanced tree trimming program for 2014. According to PSEG, trees growing near power lines significantly increase the chance of power outages posing a threat to system reliability and public safety. Crews will be in the Village of Nissequogue shortly to begin this tree trimming program. If you experience any issues during this tree trimming program, please contact PSEG directly at 1-800-490-0075.

    Joint Coastal Management Commission

    joint-costal.jpg The Joint Coastal Management Commission (JCMC) is a joint commission with the Village of Head of the Harbor. The Local Waterfront Revitalization Programs (LWRP) articulates objectives for the preservation, protection and proactive development of the coastal environment. This commission is charged with making recommendations regarding the LWRP to the Village Boards. It is also concerned with water flow and drainage as impacted by development or construction.

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