Incorporated Village of Bellport, NY
Announcements & Notices
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the public hearing originally scheduled to be held by the Historic District Preservation Commission of the Village of Bellport on January 23, 2016 at 9 am regarding an application from 13-15 Bell Street, Bellport, NY has been rescheduled for February 20, 2016 at 9 am in the Bellport Community Center located at 4 Bell St., Bellport, New York. The Commission will consider the following application:
Garrett Van Erk & Wayne Vespoor, 13-15 Bell Street, Bellport, NY are seeking to renovate a two-story, single family dwelling. Renovations include removal of an existing front portico; replacement of existing vinyl siding with cedar, Dutch lap siding; replacement of existing asphalt roof with cedar shingles; replacement of existing windows with double hung, divided light windows; replacement of existing shutters with wood shutters painted green and a new, 6 foot high wood fence along the west side property line.
BY ORDER OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICT PRESERVATION COMMISSION, VILLAGE OF BELLPORT: TOM BINNINGTON, VICE-CHAIRPERSON
VILLAGE OF BELLPORT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
NOTICE OF BUDGET WORK SESSION
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Bellport Village Board of Trustees will be holding a Budget Work Session on Wednesday February 3, 2016 at 6:00pm at Bellport Village Hall located at 29 Bellport Lane, Bellport NY 11713.
All interested parties are welcome
N.Y.S. Department of Public Service
The N.Y.S. Department of Public Service is scheduling two meetings to provide information and receive statements from the public about energy modernization. To read the Department’s entire “White Paper” go to their website at www.dps.ny.gov under the “Reforming the Energy Vision” link on their homepage.
The location for the information sessions and the hearings are listed in the attached links from the Department of Public Services : About Reforming the Energy Vision & Information Statement and Public Statement Hearings
NY State Senator Tom Croci visited the Bellport Village Department of Public Works on November 24, 2015. He is pictured above with Mayor Ray Fell as they inspect the progress of the construction of a Salt and Sand Shed. The Senator awarded the Village $93,800 to build the shed and for road repairs.
The Village is very appreciative for Senator Croci’s support.