Incorporated Village of Bellport, NY
Announcements & Notices
HI CAPACITY MOWER BID
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Village of Bellport will receive sealed bids on the following, until 11:00am, June 16, 2017 at 29 Bellport Lane, Bellport, New York11713 at which time and place the bids will be opened:
BID#03-2017 – One (1) High Capacity Rotary Mower with on demand four wheel drive and five independent mower decks.
Bid specifications are available at Bellport Village Hall located at 29 Bellport Lane, Bellport, New York 11713. Please call Village Hall with any questions at 631-286-0327. The Village of Bellport reserves the right to reject any or all bids offered.
By: Katie Mehrkens, Deputy Village Clerk
Please click on the attached link for the bid for the Mower Bid – BID#03-2017 – One (1) High Capacity Rotary Mower with on demand four wheel drive and five independent mower decks.
Village Hall is now opened on Saturday from 9am to noon.
Resident ID Cards are now being issued at Village Hall.
Parking Sticker Passes can be obtained at the dock guard booth, please bring your VALID Village Resident ID card and VALID car registration.
Click the link for Bellport Villages’ Proposed Budget for 201-2018: Proposed 2017-2018 Budget
PSEG Long Island Reminds Customers to Be Aware of Payment Scams
(Uniondale, NY – August 31, 2016) —PSEG Long Island is urging its customers to be alert to payment scams demanding immediate payment via a pre-paid card. “While we may have seen a decrease in the number of scams reported to us by our customers on Long Island and in the Rockaways, the fact that just one of our customers could be impacted by a scam is one too many,” said Dan Eichhorn, vice president, customer services, PSEG Long Island.
Here is how this latest payment scam works:
• An individual pretending to be a PSEG Long Island employee calls a customer and tells them that without immediate payment via a pre-paid card, their service will be shut off. • Customers are given a telephone number to call back after they have purchased the card. When they call that number, they hear interactive voice response prompts that imitate those they would hear when calling the authentic PSEG Long Island customer service line. • When a fake representative answers the line, they ask for the number on the back of the pre-paid card. After the scammers have that number, they can take the money from the card – usually within a matter of minutes. The only way to protect against these scams is for customers to be cautious when contacted by someone threatening service termination if they do not receive immediate payment via a pre-paid credit card. Before terminating service, PSEG Long Island alerts customers in a number of ways: messages on their bill, letters and phone calls. The utility offers a number of payment options, and would never require a customer to use one specific type of payment. “If you receive a call from anyone demanding immediate payment, do not give them any personal or account information,” said Eichhorn. “Hang up the phone, and call the number listed on PSEG Long Island’s website and bills: 1-800-490-0025 and report scamming activity to your local police department.” PSEG Long Island is working with local and national law enforcement to investigate the matter and is also reaching out to its contacts at local community service agencies asking them to spread the word to their clients. PSEG Long Island operates the Long Island Power Authority’s transmission and distribution system under a 12-year contract. PSEG Long Island is a subsidiary of Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated (NYSE:PEG), a publicly traded diversified energy company with annual revenues of approximately $10.4 billion. Maggie Ramos | Major Account Consultant PSEG Long Island| Large Customer Support | 175 E. Old Country Rd. | Hicksville, NY 11801
2017 June Meetings