Historic Designation for LV House
Bernadette Castro, commissioner of New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation presented Roland Cotter-Kroboth with a certificate placing his house, the Cock-Cornelius House, circa 1668, on the National Register of Historic Places on Thursday, July 6. Commissioner Castro spoke to guests at the Cock-Cornelius House, located at 34 Birch Hill Road in Locust Valley, in recognition of its historic significance and official entry onto the State and National Registers.
Marking Off Their Territory
The Citizens for the Preservation of TR Memorial Park invited residents to a gathering on Tuesday, July 11 so that they could demonstrate the size of the proposed Main Street Association carousel. Unfortunately, when people arrived, they found the gates to the park uncharacteristically - locked. It surprised the committee members who frequent the park. Fran Leone said it is always open until after dark.
Bayville Lifeguard Records Two Saves
The water is fun, the beach is great, but they are always potentially dangerous. This past week, lifeguard Captain Evan Soviero assisted a 9-year-old child out of the water at West Harbor Beach. Although the water was only two-feet deep, the child had become disoriented and was unable to stand up and had begun to panic. The alert lifeguard ran to the water and assisted the young boy out.
The hot days of summer have arrived. For a while all the rain we received made many of us wonder if summer weather was ever going to occur. In this warmer weather active families enjoy spending time outdoors on a boat or at the beach. Oftentimes, these activities last most of the day and involve preparing at least one meal.
Just Something to Think About
Mystery Picture Still a Mystery