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Amityville Village Board looks to acquire property for parking on Merrick Road

Board appoints John Smith as Sergeant; Bruce Hopper as Superintendent and APD honors civilians

This story contains a video The Amityville Village Board approved a $5,000 allocation for hiring an appraiser to determine the value of property at 90 Merrick Road—the site the Village Board is considering acquiring to construct a municipal parking lot.

Amityville Village Celebrates Fourth of July

This story contains a video Watch musical photo video here as Amityvillians came out in red, white and blue to celebrate Independence Day, 2011.

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Village hears concerns for parking on Merrick Road; board now looks for solutions

This story contains a video A group of approximately 100 Amityville residents and business owners attended an information and fact-gathering hearing on Mon., June 13 on a plan for additional parking on Merrick Road between Broadway and South Ketcham Avenue.

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Ellen Ricciuti given Masons award

This story contains a video At a dinner and ceremony attended by more than 180 people, lifelong Amityville resident and community leader Ellen Ricciuti was named this year’s De Witt Clinton Masonic Award winner for community service. She was honored at the Masonic Lodge on May 14.

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Babylon Town considering rezoning proposal for Muncie Road

Watch 360-degree video of site

This story contains a video Muncie Road in West Babylon is a busy street that is rich in history. Many of the homes built there were the first in West Babylon on land purchased from the Indians. Now, however, many of them are gone, and a proposal by a local developer to construct another multi-family complex on Muncie Road will level another one.

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Babylon Town announces establishment of veterans home ownership assistance program

This story contains a video On June 22, 1944, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Servicemen's Readjustment Act, commonly known as the G.I. Bill of Rights. By the time the benefits of the bill expired in July 1956, 2.4 million veterans had home loans backed by the Veterans' Administration. That program led to the development of suburban communities across the country, including many on Long Island.

Amityville Village Board working to bring in reasonable budget increase

REVENUE DOWN, EXPENSES UP AND THE PUBLIC SPEAKS

This story contains a video Posted Tues., April 12- By Carolyn James The first public hearing on the 2011-12 Amityville Village budget drew a crowd of approximately 40 residents who sent the board a message: cut spending.

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Carpenter to make run for Suffolk County Executive

FORMER REPUBLICAN LAWMAKER MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY

This story contains a video Posted Wed. March 30-

Amityville Village candidates discuss issues

BAY VILLAGE CIVIC ASSOCIATION HOSTS MEET THE CANDIDATES NIGHT

This story contains a video Posted Feb. 18-

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Local family celebrates the Gift of Life for the New Year

This story contains a video Anthony Mancuso says that he has asked himself time and time again since July 3 when his mother was pulled from a burning car by a Good Samaritan moments before it exploded, what he would have done.

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