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The Fog Rolls In to Laurel Hollow Beach - January 23, 2018
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Introduction

Dear Laurel Hollow Residents:

This web site is designed to provide you with information concerning various aspects of your village government. It also serves as a means of communication between the Village and its residents.

Your village board and the village hall staff are committed to making Laurel Hollow an excellent place to live and raise a family. Our goal is to run an efficient government thus keeping our taxes low, effectively provide essential services, and most importantly to be responsive to your needs and concerns. We will treat everyone with respect and dignity, and we welcome your suggestions to further improve this very special Village, of which we all are proud residents.

The Village Board of Trustees meets once a month. The meeting dates are posted on the web site. We encourage you to attend these meetings to better understand what is going on in the Village, what are some of the challenges we are facing, and to contribute to the discussion, and solution of these issues. Our door is always open and we look forward to seeing you at our future meetings.

We wish you many years of healthy, safe and prosperous living in this beautiful
Village of Laurel Hollow.

Dan DeVita
Mayor

 

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News:
Board of Zoning Appeals to Conduct Public Hearings
April 17, 2019

Public hearings will be held on the following:

 

  • Application of Elaine Kawas on behalf of Gregg & Melissa Newman to install multiple accessory structures, which will require variances of side and rear yard set backs at 80 Wildwood Drive;
  • Application of James Murphy on behalf of David & Kristina Jacobson to maintain existing shed, generator, and garage, which will require variances of side & rear yard set backs at 1314 Ridge Road; and
  • Applications of Michael Rant on behalf of Eugene & Mary Buccellato to install patios, retaining wall, & outdoor kitchen, which will involve slope disturbance and require variance of side yard setback at 143 Stillwell Lane.

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