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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
TOWN OF BABYLON

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that
the Town Board of the Town
of Babylon will hold a Public
Hearing at Babylon Town
Hall, 200 East Sunrise Highway, Lindenhurst, New York,
on the 3rd day of December,
2013 at 4:00 p.m., prevailing
time, to consider adopting
the Superstorm Sandy Relief
Act as set forth in the annexed
Exhibit “A”.

EXHIBIT “A”
SUPERSTORM SANDY ASSESSMENT RELIEF ACT
Section 1. Legislative Intent
It is the intent of this local
law to allow the NORTH
AMITYVILLE FIRE DISTRICT on to opt in to and
commit to participate in the
Superstorm Sandy Assessment Relief Act and extend
the terms and benefits thereof to its citizenry within the
Town of Babylon who own
real property and who have
lost at least ten (10%) or
more of the improved value
of their property as a result
of damage from Superstorm
Sandy.

Section 2. Authority
This local law is adopted
pursuant to the Superstorm
Sandy assessment relief act.

Section 3.Assessment relief for Superstorm Sandy
victims.
a) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary,
where real property impacted by Superstorm Sandy
is located within the Town of
Babylon, assessment relief
shall be granted as follows:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable to
the improvements shall be
reduced by fifteen percent
on the impacted tax roll.
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable
to the improvements shall
be reduced by twenty-five
percent on the impacted tax
roll.
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by thirty-five percent on the

impacted tax roll.
iv.If the real propertylost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by forty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
v. If the real property lost at
least fifty but less than sixty
percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy,
the assessed value attributable to the improvements
shall be reduced by fifty-five
percent for purposes of the
participating municipality
on the impacted tax roll.
vi.If the real property lost at
least sixty but less than seventy percent of its improved
value due to Superstorm
Sandy, the assessed value
attributable to the improvements shall be reduced by
sixty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
vii.If the real property lost
at least seventy but less than
eighty percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by seventy-five percent on
the impacted tax roll.
viii. If the real property
lost at least eighty but less
than ninety percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by eighty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
ix.If the real property lost
at least ninety but less than
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by ninety-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
x. If the real property lost
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by one hundred percent on
the impacted tax roll.
xi.The percentage loss in
improved value for this purpose shall be adopted by
the assessor from a written
finding of the Federal Emergency Management Agency,
or where no such finding
exists shall be determined by
the assessor in the manner
provided by this law, subject
to review by the board of assessment review.
xii.No reduction in assessed
value shall be granted pursuant to this law except as
specified above.

b)To receive such relief
pursuant to this section,
the property owner shall
submit a written request
to the assessor on a form
approved by the director of
the office of real property
tax services within ninety
days following the date upon
which the Superstorm Sandy
Assessment Relief Act is approved by the Governor of
the State of New York. Such
request shall attach any and
all determinations by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency, and any and
all reports by an insurance
adjuster, and describe in reasonable detail the damage
caused to the property by
Superstorm Sandy and the
condition of the property
following the superstorm
and shall be accompanied by
supporting documentation,
if available.
c) Upon receiving such a
request, the assessor shall
adopt the finding by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency or, if such
finding does not exist the
assessor shall make a finding, as to percentage of improved value lost as a result
of Superstorm Sandy, and
thereafter the assessor, shall
adopt or classify the percentage loss of improved value
within one of the following
ranges:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improvement value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
ten percent but less than
twenty percent,
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
twenty percent but less than
thirty percent,
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
thirty percent but less than
forty percent,
iv.If the real property lost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
forty percent but less than
fifty percent,
v. At least fifty percent but
less than sixty percent,
vi.At least sixty percent but
less than seventy percent,
vii.At least seventy percent
but less than eighty percent, viii.At least eighty percent
but less than ninety percent,

ix.At least ninety percent
but less than one hundred
percent, or
x. one hundred percent.
d)The assessor shall mail
written notice of such finding to the property owner.
Where the assessor finds that
the loss in improved value is
less than what the property
owner believes is warranted,
the property owner may file
a complaint with the board
of assessment review. Such
board shall reconvene upon
ten days written notice to the
property owner and assessor
to hear the appeal and determine the matter, and shall
mail written notice of its
determination to the assessor and property owner. The
provisions of article 5 of the
real property tax law shall
govern the review process
to the extent practicable.
For the purposes of this
act only, the applicant may
commence within 30 days of
service of a written determination, a proceeding under
title 1 of article 7 of the real
property tax law, or, if applicable, under title 1-A of
article 7 of the real property
tax law. Sections 727 and 739
of the real property tax law
shall not apply.
Section 4. Severability
If a court determines that
any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part
of this local law or the application thereof to any person, firm or corporation, or
circumstance is invalid or
unconstitutional, the court's
order or judgment shall not
affect, impair, or invalidate
the remainder of this local
law, but shall be confined in
its operation to the clause,
sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part of this local
law or in its application to
the person, individual, firm
or corporation or circumstance, directlyinvolved in
the controversy in which
such judgment or order shall
be rendered.
Section 5. Effective date
This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing
with the Secretary of State.

All interested persons will
be given an opportunity to
be heard at the above time
and place
DATED: NOVEMBER 7,
2013
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN
BOARD, TOWN OF BABYLON CAROL QUIRK, TOWN
CLERK
13-658 11/21

STATE OF NEW YORK
SUPREME COURT
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK

JOHN T. WALSH ENTERPRISES, LLC

Plaintiff,
-vs-
LOUIS CACACE A/K/A
LOUIS R. CACACE A/K/A
LOU CACACE;
BRUCE N. LEVINE TRAINING STABLES, INC.;
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION AND FINANCE;
JUBILEE/NATWEST ASSIGNEE OF NATWEST
BANK, N.A.;
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA AND
AMERICAN AIRLINES
CORP.,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
IN FORECLOSURE
Index No. 02-25451

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
THAT:
In pursuance and by virtue
of a Judgment of Foreclosure
and Sale duly granted by this
Court in the above entitled
foreclosure action, dated
August 2, 2004, and entered
in the Suffolk County Clerk’s
Office on August 23, 2004,
and the Order Amending
Plaintiff and Caption dated
July 6, 2011 and entered in
the Suffolk County Clerk’s
Office on July 18, 2011,
Vincent J. Messina, Jr., Esq.,
the Referee named in said
Judgment, will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder
on December 13, 2013, at
11:00 AM, on the front steps
of the Babylon Town Hall,
200 E. Sunrise Highway,
North Lindenhurst, New
York 11575, the premises
described in the Judgment
of Foreclosure and Sale as set
forth in Schedule A annexed
hereto,

Subject to and together with
all covenants, easements,
and restrictions of record affecting the above described
premises as recorded in the
Suffolk County Clerk's Office and subject to the provisions of the filed Judgment
and the Terms of Sale.

Said premises is commonly known as 129 Gleeland Street, Deer Park, NY
11729.

JUDGMENT AMOUNT:
The Judgment amount is

$147,363.55, plus plaintiff 's
costs and disbursements in
the amount of $1,285.00,
together with an additional
allowance of $300.00, all
with interest, plus advances
made by the plaintiff until
the date of the sale, pursuant
to said judgment.

DATED:
November 6, 2013
Vincent J. Messina, Jr., Esq.,
Referee

HISCOCK & BARCLAY,
LLP
Jennifer M.S. Byrne
Attorney for Plaintiff
Office and Post Office
Address
One Park Place
300 South State Street
Syracuse, New York
13202-2078

Direct all inquiries to:
Ruth A. Stegner, Paralegal
Phone no. (716) 566-1452

SCHEDULE A

ALL that certain plot, piece
or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town
of Babylon, County of Suffolk and State of New York,
known and designated on
certain map entitled “Map
of Babylon Farms Section
#3” developed by Cadman
H. Frederick, 258 Broadway, New York City, New
York, surveyed July 1935 by
George H. Walbridge Co.,
C.E. and surveyor, Babylon,
New York and filed in the
Office of the County Clerk
of Suffolk as Map No. 1191
on August 20, 1935 as and
by Plot No. 141.

Beginning at a point on the
northerly side of Gleeland
Street, distant 100.00 feet
westerly from the corner
formed by the intersection
of the northerly side of Gleeland Street and the westerly
side of Jefferson Avenue;
running thence westerly
along the northerly side of
Gleeland Street, 100.00 feet;
thence northerly and at right
angles to the northerly side
of Gleeland Street, 100.00
feet; thence easterly and parallel to the northerly side of
Gleeland Street, 100.00 feet;
thence southerly and at right
angles to the northerly side
of Gleeland Street, 100.00
feet to the point or place of
beginning.
13-667 11/21, 28, 12/5, 12

Notice of formation of H & Z
MANAGEMENT, LLC. Articles of Organization filed
with Secretary of State of NY
(SSNY) on 10/10/2013. Office location: Suffolk County.
SSNY has been designated
for service of process. SSNY
shall mail copy of any process served against the LLC.
SSNY shall mail process to
10 Connor LN, Deer Park,
NY 11729. Purpose: any
lawful activities.
13-643 11/7, 14, 21, 28,
12/5, 12

REFEREE’S NOTICE OF
SALE IN FORECLOSURE
SUPREME COURT –
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff against
LAURA HARMAN A/K/A
LAURA B. HARMAN; MICHAEL HARMAN, et al
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
on June 27, 2013.
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction
at the front steps of the
Babylon Town Hall, 200 E.
Sunrise Highway, No. Lindenhurst, N.Y. on the 2nd
day of December, 2013 at
9:00 a.m. All that certain
plot, piece or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being at
Deer Park, in the Town of
Babylon, County of Suffolk
and State of New York.
Premises known as 8 Carlls
Path, North Babylon, (Town
of Babylon) N.Y. 11703.
(Section: 112.00, Block:
02.00, Lot: 075.000, District:
0100).
Approximate amount of lien
$ 417,625.36 plus interest
and costs.
Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed judgment and terms of sale. Index No. 45058-08. Richard J.
Kaufman, Esq., Referee.
Davidson Fink LLP
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
28 East Main Street –
Suite 1700
Rochester, N.Y.
14614-1990
(585) 760-8218
13-621 10/31, 11/7, 14, 21

Notice of formation of
Schiappa Construction
Group, LLC. Articles of
Organization filed with the
SSNY on 7/9/13. Office location in Suffolk County.
SSNY has been designated
for service of process. SSNY
shall mail copy of any process served against the LLC
75 Perry St. Lindenhurst,NY.
11757 Purpose: any lawful
purpose.
13-622 10/31,11/7,14,21,28,12/5

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT -
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK

U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE REGISTERED
HOLDERS OF BEAR
STERNS ASSET BACKED
SECURITIES I TRUST
2007-HE4 ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2007-HE4

Plaintiff(s), Against
DAWN BAILEY; et al,
Defendant(s)

Pursuant to a judgment of
foreclosure and sale duly
entered 6/27/2013, I, the
undersigned Referee will sell
at public auction at Babylon
Town Hall, 200 East Sunrise
Highway, North Lindenhurst, NY on 12/5/2013 at
11:00 am premises known
as 155 North 23rd, Street,
Wyandanch, NY 11798.
ALL that certain plot piece
or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying and being at Wyandanch
in the town of Babylon,
County of Suffolk and State
of New York.
Section 39 Block 1 Lot 122
Approximate amount of lien
$455,035.15 plus interest
and costs. Premises will be
sold subject to provisions
of filed judgment Index #
28221/2008
If the sale is set aside for any
reason, the Purchaser at the
sale shall be entitled only to
a return of the deposit paid.
The Purchaser shall have no
further recourse against the
Mortgagor, the Mortgagee
or the Mortgagees attorney.
Thomas Stock, Esq., Referee. Leopold & Associates, PLLC,
80 Business Park Drive, Suite
110, Armonk, NY 10504
Dated: 10/21/2013 File
Number: 41052762
MNH
13-637 11/7, 14, 21, 28

NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY
OF SUFFOLK DEUTSCHE
BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
FOR FREMONT HOME
LOAN TRUST 2006- 1,
Plaintiff, against JESUS
A. CIFUENTES; ALBA
NIDIA MORALES, et al.,
Defendant(s). Pursuant to a
Judgment of Foreclosure and
Sale duly dated 8/17/2009 I,
the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction
at the Babylon Town Hall
200 E. Sunrise Highway No.
Lindenhurst, NY 11757 in

the County of Suffolk on
12/09/2013 at 10:00AM,
premises known as 1176
Little Neck Road, West Babylon, NY 11704 All that certain plot piece or parcel of
land, with the buildings and
improvements erected, situate, lying and being in the
Town of Babylon, County
of Suffolk and State of New
York, SBL No. 102-02-027.
Approximate amount of
judgment $333,842.98 plus
interest and costs. Premises will be sold subject to
provisions of filed Judgment
Index# 4984/08. George

Patsis, Esq., Referee Gross,
Polowy & Orlans, Attorney
for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 540,
Getzville, NY 14068 Dated:
October 17, 2013 1066302
13-638 11/7, 14, 21, 28

SUPREME COURT –
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
ONEWEST BANK FSB,
Plaintiff against
BEATOBATISTA;NICKBATISTA, et al Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
on February 4, 2013.
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction

at the front steps of the
Babylon Town Hall, 200 East
Sunrise Highway, North
Lindenhurst, N.Y. on the
5th day of December, 2013
at 10:00 a.m.
Said premises known as 383
Lafayette Street, Copiague,
N.Y. 11726.
Tax account number: SBL
#: 178.00-02.00-179.00; District: 0100.
Approximate amount of lien
$440,196.34 plus interest
and costs.
Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed judgment

and terms of sale.
Index No. 38254-09. David
T. Reilly, Esq., Referee.
Fein Such & Crane, LLP
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
1400 Old Country Road
Suite C103
Westbury, N.Y. 11590
“If the sale is set aside for any
reason, the Purchaser at the
sale shall be entitled only to
a return of the deposit paid.
The Purchaser shall have
no further recourse against
the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, or the Mortgagee’s
attorney.”
13-632 11/7, 14, 21, 28

SUPPLEMENTAL
SUMMONS
Index No.: 09924-13
Date of Filing:
October 18, 2013
SUPREME COURT OF THE
STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
JPMC SPECIALTY MORTGAGE, LLC, Plaintiff,
-against-
BARBARA ST LOUIS, if
living, or if either or all
be dead, their wives, husbands, heirs-at-law, next of
kin, distributees, executors,
administrators, assignees,
lienors and generally all
persons having or claiming
under, by or through said
BARBARA ST LOUIS, by
purchase, inheritance, lien
or otherwise, of any right,
title or interest in and to
the premises described in
the complaint herein, and
the respective husbands,
wives, widow or widowers of them, if any, all of
whose names are unknown
to plaintiff; HUNTINGTON HOSPITAL; STATE
OF NEW YORK; UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA;
"JOHN DOES" and "JANE
DOES", said names being
fictitious, parties intended
being possible tenants or
occupants of premises, and
corporations, other entities
or persons who claim, or
may claim, a lien against the
premises, Defendants.
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED
DEFENDANTS:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complaint in this action and to
serve a copy of your answer,
or, if the complaint is not
served with this summons,
to serve a Notice of Appearance on the Plaintiff's
attorney(s) within twenty
(20) days after the service
of this summons, exclusive
of the day of service, where
service is made by delivery
upon you personally within
the State, or within thirty
(30) days after completion
of service where service is
made in any other manner,
and in case of your failure to
appear or answer, judgment
will be taken against you
by default for the relief demanded in the complaint.
NOTICE
YOU ARE IN DANGER OF
LOSING YOUR HOME
If you do not respond to
this summons and complaint by serving a copy of
the answer on the attorney
for the mortgage company
who filed this foreclosure
proceeding against you and
filing the answer with the
court, a default judgment

may be entered and you can
lose your home.
Speak to an attorney or go
to the court where your case
is pending for further information on how to answer
the summons and protect
your property.
Sending a payment to your
mortgage company will not
stop this foreclosure action.
YOU MUST RESPOND
BY SERVING A COPY OF
THE ANSWER ON THE
ATTORNEY FOR THE
PLAINTIFF (MORTGAGE
COMPANY) AND FILING
THE ANSWER WITH THE
COURT.
YOU ARE HEREBY PUT
ON NOTICE THAT WE
ARE ATTEMPTING TO
COLLECT A DEBT, AND
ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED
FOR THAT PURPOSE.
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED
DEFENDANTS:
The foregoing summons is
served upon you by publication pursuant to an Order
of the Honorable Joseph C.
Pastoressa of the Supreme
Court of the State of New
York, signed on October 7,
2013, and filed with supporting papers in the Office
of the Clerk of the County of
Suffolk, State of New York.
The object of this action is to
foreclose a mortgage upon
the premises described below, executed by BARBARA
ST LOUIS to ARGENT
MORTGAGE COMPANY,
LLC in the principal amount
of $227,500.00, which mortgage was recorded in Suffolk County, State of New
York, on October 25, 2004,
in Liber M00020891 at
page 523. Thereafter said
mortgage was assigned to
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE
FOR JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, by assignment of
mortgage dated December
12, 2008 and recorded in
Liber M00021781 at Page
369 in the County of Suffolk
on January 12, 2009. Thereafter said mortgage was
further assigned to CHASE
HOME FINANCE LLC,
by assignment of mortgage
dated August 5, 2010 and recorded in Liber M00021986
at Page 699 in the County
of Suffolk on September 10,
2010. Thereafter said mortgage was assigned to JPMC
SPECIALTY MORTGAGE,
LLC by assignment of mortgage dated December 5,
2011.
Said premises being known
as and by 104 MARLBOROUGH

ROAD, BABYLON,
NY 11702.
Date: September 23, 2013
Batavia, New York
Tanisha Bramwell, Esq.
ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSOCIATES, P.C.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Batavia Office 26 Harvester
Avenue
Batavia, NY 14020
585.815.0288
Help For Homeowners In
Foreclosure
New York State Law requires
that we send you this notice
about the foreclosure process. Please read it carefully.
Mortgage foreclosure is a
complex process. Some people may approach you about
“saving” your home. You
should be extremely careful
about any such promises.
The State encourages you
to become informed about
your options in foreclosure.
There are government agencies, legal aid entities and
other non-profit organizations that you may contact
for information about foreclosure while you are working with your lender during
this process. To locate an
entity near you, you may
call the toll-free helpline
maintained by the New York
State Banking Department
at 1-877-BANKNYS (1-877-
226-5697) or visit the Department’s website at www.
banking.state.ny.us. The
State does not guarantee the
advice of these agencies.
13-620 10/31, 11/7, 14, 21

Notice of Sale Supreme
Court Suffolk
PHH Mortgage Corporation, Vs. Chauncey D. Henry
a/k/a Chauncey Henry a/k/a
Henry Chauncey; etal
Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s):
The Law Office of Shapiro,
Dicaro & Barak. 250 Mile
Crossing Boulevard Suite
one Rochester, NY 14624.
Pursuant to Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale granted
herein on September 13,
2013. I will sell at Public
Auction to the highest bidder at the Babylon Town
Hall 200 Sunrise Highway
Lindenhurst, NY 11757.
On Friday December 13th,
2013 at 10:00am. Premises known as 53 South
23rd Street Wyandanch, NY
11798. SEC: 056.00 BI: 02.00
Lot: 054.000. All that certain
plot, piece or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being in
Hamel of Wyandanch, Town
of Babylon, Suffolk County,
State of New York. Approximate amount of Judgment
$382,177.73 Plus interest
and cost. Premises will be

sold subject to provisions
of filed Judgment Index No.
08-43007.
Scott Zamek Esq., REFEREE The Law Office of Shapiro,
Dicaro & Barak. 250 Mile
Crossing Boulevard Suite
one Rochester, NY 14624.
Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s)
13-650 11/14, 21, 28, 12/5

Notice of Sale Supreme
Court Suffolk
Wells Fargo Bank N.A., as
Trustee for Structured Asset Securities Corporation,
Mortgage Pass-Through
Certificates, Series 2006-
OPT1, Vs. Jose G. Hernandez a/k/a Jose Hernandez et
al Defendants
Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s):
The Law Office of Shapiro,
Dicaro & Barak. 250 Mile
Crossing Boulevard Suite
one Rochester, NY 14624.
Pursuant to Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale granted
herein on or about April
22nd, 2013. I will sell at Public Auction to the highest
bidder at the Babylon Town
Hall 200 Sunrise Highway
Lindenhurst, NY 11757
on January 10th, 2014 at
1:30pm. Premises known as
100 Offaly Street Amityville,
NY 11701. SEC: 172 BI: 3
Lot: 18 All that certain plot,
piece or parcel of land, with
the buildings and improvement thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the
Town of Babylon, County
of Suffolk, and State of New
York. Approximate amount
of Judgment $436,574.34
Plus interest and cost. Premises will be sold subject to
provisions of filed Judgment
Index No. 10-44758.
Renee Pardo Rosenfeld Esq.,
REFEREE
The Law Office of Shapiro,
Dicaro & Barak. 250 Mile
Crossing Boulevard Suite
one Rochester, NY 14624.
Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s)
13-651 11/14, 21, 28, 12/5

NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY
OF SUFFOLK HSBC BANK
USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR NOMURA ASSET
ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION MORTGAGE
PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-
AR4, Plaintiff, against JAGIR SINGH, CHARANJEEV
LNU, et al., Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
dated 9/6/2011 I, the undersigned Referee will sell
at public auction at the
Babylon Town Hall, 200

E. Sunrise Highway, No.
Lindenhurst, NY 11757 in
the County of Suffolk on
12/18/2013 at 10:00AM,
premises known as 25 Morris Drive, Deer Park, NY
11729 All that certain plot
piece or parcel of land, with
the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying
and being at Wyandanch,
Town of Babylon, County
of Suffolk and State of New
York, SBL No. 17-2-7.002.
Approximate amount of
judgment $511,219.64 plus
interest and costs. Premises
will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index# 2892/10. Albert Adam
Breud, Esq., Referee Gross,
Polowy & Orlans, Attorney
for Plaintiff, P.O. Box 540,
Getzville, NY 14068 Dated:
October 25, 2013 1067645
13-652 11/14, 21, 28, 12/5

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT: SUFFOLK COUNTY. MIDFIRST BANK, Pltf. vs. CONCETTA MONK, et al, Defts.
Index #29543/08. Pursuant
to judgment of foreclosure
and sale and order ratifying
order appointing referee
to compute dated Aug. 21,
2013, I will sell at public
auction on the front steps of
the Babylon Town Hall, 200
E. Sunrise Hwy., No. Lindenhurst, NY on Monday,
Dec. 9, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.,
prem. k/a 14 Johnson Ave.,
Wheatley Heights, NY a/k/a
Section 040.00, Block 03.00,
Lot 061.000, District 0100.
Approx. amt. of judgment
is $229,280.72 plus costs
and interest. Sold subject
to terms and conditions of
filed judgment and terms
of sale. CHRISTOPHER S.
COMO, Referee. FRENKEL
LAMBERT WEISS WEISMAN & GORDON LLP,
Attys. for Pltf., 53 Gibson
St., Bay Shore, NY. (File No.
49957) - #83270
13-631 11/7, 14, 21, 28

SUPREME COURT –
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A., TRUSTEE FOR CARRINGTON MORTGAGE
LOAN TRUST, SERIES
2006-NC3 ASSET BACKED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, Plaintiff against
TASHA ARRASCUE, et al
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
July 31, 2013.
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction
at the front steps of the
Babylon Town Hall, 200 E.
Sunrise Highway, No. Lindenhurst,

N.Y. on the 6th
day of December, 2013 at
11:00 a.m.
Said premises known as 424
Oakland Avenue, Deer Park,
N.Y. 11729-000.
Tax account number: SBL
#: 085.00-02.00-001.000,
District: 0100.
Approximate amount of lien
$ 439,748.92 plus interest
and costs.
Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed judgment and terms of sale.
Index No. 7164-08. Robert
Cava, Esq., Referee.
Fein Such & Crane, LLP
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
1400 Old Country Road
Suite C103
Westbury, N.Y. 11590
“If the sale is set aside for any
reason, the Purchaser at the
sale shall be entitled only to
a return of the deposit paid.
The Purchaser shall have
no further recourse against
the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, or the Mortgagee’s
attorney.”
13-633 11/7, 14, 21, 28

SUPREME COURT –
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
ONEWEST BANK, FSB,
Plaintiff against
DENEIDA ALMONTE;
YAHAYRA ALMONTE, et
al Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered
on September 18, 2013.
I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction
at the front steps of the
Babylon Town Hall, 200 E.
Sunrise Highway, No. Lindenhurst, N.Y. on the 5th
day of December, 2013 at
9:00 a.m.
Said premises known as 415
Cabota Avenue, Copiague,
N.Y. 11726.
Tax account number: SBL
#: 176.00-03.00-016.000,
District 0100.
Approximate amount of lien
$ 491,290.18 plus interest
and costs.
Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed judgment and terms of sale.
Index No. 06577-10. Donald Kitson, Esq., Referee.
Fein Such & Crane, LLP
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
1400 Old Country Road,
Suite C103
Westbury, N.Y. 11590
“If the sale is set aside for any
reason, the Purchaser at the
sale shall be entitled only to
a return of the deposit paid.
The Purchaser shall have
no further recourse against
the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, or the Mortgagee’s
attorney.”
13-635 11/7, 14, 21, 28

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
TOWN OF BABYLON

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that
the Town Board of the Town
of Babylon will hold a Public
Hearing at Babylon Town
Hall, 200 East Sunrise Highway, Lindenhurst, New York,
on the 3rd day of December,
2013 at 4:00 p.m., prevailing
time, to consider adopting
the Superstorm Sandy Relief
Act as set forth in the annexed
Exhibit “A”.

EXHIBIT “A”
SUPERSTORM SANDY ASSESSMENT RELIEF ACT
Section 1. Legislative Intent
It is the intent of this local law to allow the EAST
FARMINGDALEFIRE DISTRICTon to opt in to and
commit to participate in the
Superstorm Sandy Assessment Relief Act and extend
the terms and benefits thereof to its citizenry within the
Town of Babylon who own
real property and who have
lost at least ten (10%) or
more of the improved value
of their property as a result
of damage from Superstorm
Sandy.

Section 2. Authority
This local law is adopted
pursuant to the Superstorm
Sandy assessment relief act.

Section 3.Assessment relief for Superstorm Sandy
victims.
a) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary,
where real property impacted by Superstorm Sandy
is located within the Town of
Babylon, assessment relief
shall be granted as follows:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable to
the improvements shall be
reduced by fifteen percent
on the impacted tax roll.
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable
to the improvements shall
be reduced by twenty-five
percent on the impacted tax
roll.
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by thirty-five percent on the

impacted tax roll.
iv.If the real propertylost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by forty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
v. If the real property lost at
least fifty but less than sixty
percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy,
the assessed value attributable to the improvements
shall be reduced by fifty-five
percent for purposes of the
participating municipality
on the impacted tax roll.
vi.If the real property lost at
least sixty but less than seventy percent of its improved
value due to Superstorm
Sandy, the assessed value
attributable to the improvements shall be reduced by
sixty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
vii. If the real property
lost at least seventy but less
than eighty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by seventy-five percent on
the impacted tax roll.
viii. If the real property
lost at least eighty but less
than ninety percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by eighty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
ix. If the real property
lost at least ninety but less
than one hundred percent
of its improved value due
to Superstorm Sandy, the
assessed value attributable
to the improvements shall
be reduced by ninety-five
percent on the impacted tax
roll.
x. If the real property lost
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by one hundred percent on
the impacted tax roll.
xi.The percentage loss in
improved value for this purpose shall be adopted by
the assessor from a written
finding of the Federal Emergency Management Agency,
or where no such finding
exists shall be determined by
the assessor in the manner
provided by this law, subject
to review by the board of assessment review.
xii.No reduction in assessed
value shall be granted pursuant to this law except as

specified above.
b)To receive such relief
pursuant to this section,
the property owner shall
submit a written request
to the assessor on a form
approved by the director of
the office of real property
tax services within ninety
days following the date upon
which the Superstorm Sandy
Assessment Relief Act is approved by the Governor of
the State of New York. Such
request shall attach any and
all determinations by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency, and any and
all reports by an insurance
adjuster, and describe in reasonable detail the damage
caused to the property by
Superstorm Sandy and the
condition of the property
following the superstorm
and shall be accompanied by
supporting documentation,
if available.
c) Upon receiving such a
request, the assessor shall
adopt the finding by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency or, if such
finding does not exist the
assessor shall make a finding, as to percentage of improved value lost as a result
of Superstorm Sandy, and
thereafter the assessor, shall
adopt or classify the percentage loss of improved value
within one of the following
ranges:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improvement value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
ten percent but less than
twenty percent,
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
twenty percent but less than
thirty percent,
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
thirty percent but less than
forty percent,
iv.If the real property lost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
forty percent but less than
fifty percent,
v. At least fifty percent but
less than sixty percent,
vi.At least sixty percent but
less than seventy percent,
vii.At least seventy percent
but less than eighty percent, viii.At least eighty percent
but less than ninety percent,

ix.At least ninety percent
but less than one hundred
percent, or
x. one hundred percent.
d)The assessor shall mail
written notice of such finding to the property owner.
Where the assessor finds that
the loss in improved value is
less than what the property
owner believes is warranted,
the property owner may file
a complaint with the board
of assessment review. Such
board shall reconvene upon
ten days written notice to the
property owner and assessor
to hear the appeal and determine the matter, and shall
mail written notice of its
determination to the assessor and property owner. The
provisions of article 5 of the
real property tax law shall
govern the review process
to the extent practicable.
For the purposes of this
act only, the applicant may
commence within 30 days of
service of a written determination, a proceeding under
title 1 of article 7 of the real
property tax law, or, if applicable, under title 1-A of
article 7 of the real property
tax law. Sections 727 and 739
of the real property tax law
shall not apply.
Section 4. Severability
If a court determines that
any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part
of this local law or the application thereof to any person, firm or corporation, or
circumstance is invalid or
unconstitutional, the court's
order or judgment shall not
affect, impair, or invalidate
the remainder of this local
law, but shall be confined in
its operation to the clause,
sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part of this local
law or in its application to
the person, individual, firm
or corporation or circumstance, directly involved in
the controversy in which
such judgment or order shall
be rendered.
Section 5. Effective date
This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing
with the Secretary of State.

All interested persons will
be given an opportunity to
be heard at the above time
and place
DATED: NOVEMBER 7,
2013
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN
BOARD, TOWN OF BABYLON CAROL QUIRK, TOWN
CLERK
13-657 11/21

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT -
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK

HSBC BANK USA, N.A., AS
TRUSTEE ON BEHALF OF
ACE SECURITIES CORP.
HOME EQUITY LOAN
TRUST AND FOR THE
REGISTERED HOLDERS
OF ACE SECURITIES
CORP. HOME EQUITY
LOAN TRUST, SERIES
2007- HE5, ASSET BACKED
PASS- THROUGH CERTIFICATES, Plaintiff(s), Against
FERMIN AYALA; et al,
Defendant(s)
Pursuant to a judgment of
foreclosure and sale duly
entered 9/25/2013, I, the
undersigned Referee will sell
at public auction at Babylon
Town Hall, 200 East Sunrise
Highway, North Lindenhurst, NY on 12/5/2013 at
10:30 am premises known
as 240 43rd Street Copiague,
NY 11726.
ALL that certain plot piece
or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate,
lying and being in North
Amityville, Town of Babylon, County of Suffolk and
State of New York. Section 202.00 Block 03.00 Lot
074.000
Approximate amount of lien
$291,035.79 plus interest
and costs; premises will be
sold subject to provisions
of filed judgment Index #
23601/11
If the sale is set aside for any
reason, the Purchaser at the
sale shall be entitled only to
a return of the deposit paid.
The Purchaser shall have no
further recourse against the
Mortgagor, the Mortgagee
or the Mortgagees attorney.
Deirdre Creighton, Esq.,
Referee
Leopold & Associates, PLLC,
80 Business Park Drive, Suite
110, Armonk, NY 10504
Dated: 10/21/2013 File
Number: 80641392
MNH
13-636 11/7, 14, 21, 28

NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT: SUFFOLK COUNTY
CitiMortgage, Inc.;
Plaintiff(s)
vs. JALEN PERKINS; et al;
Defendant(s)
Attorney (s) for Plaintiff
(s): ROSICKI, ROSICKI
& ASSOCIATES, P.C., 2
Summit Court, Suite 301,
Fishkill, New York, 12524,
845.897.1600
Pursuant to judgment of
foreclosure and sale granted
herein on or about Sep-

tember 18, 2013, I will sell
at Public Auction to the
highest bidder at Babylon
Town Hall 200 East Sunrise
Highway, Lindenhurst, NY
11757.
On December 12, 2013 at
9:30 AM
Premises known as 97
WASHINGTON AVENUE,
WHEATLEY HEIGHTS,
NY 11798
Section: 039.00 Block: 01.00
Lot: 111.000
ALL that certain plot, piece
or parcel of land, with
building and improvements
thereon, situate and being
in the Town of Babylon,
County of Suffolk and State
of New York, known and
designated upon a certain
map entitled, "Map No. 1 of
Harlem Park", filed in the
Office of the Clerk of the
County of Suffolk on October 7, 1907 as Map No. 288,
as and by Lot No. 7 and Lot
no. 8 in Block 35.
As more particularly described in the judgment of
foreclosure and sale.
Sold subject to all of the
terms and conditions contained in said judgment and
terms of sale.
Approximate amount of
judgment $376,669.30 plus
interest and costs.
INDEX NO. 8158/09
DARA MARTIN ORLANDO, Esq., REFEREE
13-654 11/14, ,21, 28, 12/5

NOTICE OF FORMATION
OF INVIVO BRANDS,
LLC.
Articles of Organization
filed with the Secretary
of State of NY (SSNY) on
9/16/2013. Office location:
Suffolk County, New York.
SSNY has been designated
as agent upon whom process
against it may be served.
The Post Office address to
which the SSNY shall mail a
copy of any process against
the LLC is: 40 Northwood
Court, North Babylon, NY,
11703. The business address
of the LLC is: 40 Northwood
Court, North Babylon, NY,
11703 . Purpose: marketing
consulting.
13-666 11/21,28, 12/5,12,19, 26

Notice is hereby given that
a license, number pending
for Liquor Wine & Beer
has been applied for by the
undersigned to sell Liquor
Wine & Beer at retail in a
restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law
at: Southold Bay Restaurant
Inc., 400 Old Main Road
Southold, N.Y. 11971
for On-Premise consumption. mailed if requested.
13-665 11/21, 28

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
TOWN OF BABYLON

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that
the Town Board of the Town
of Babylon will hold a Public
Hearing at Babylon Town
Hall, 200 East Sunrise Highway, Lindenhurst, New York,
on the 3rd day of December,
2013 at 4:00 p.m., prevailing
time, to consider adopting
the Superstorm Sandy Relief
Act as set forth in the annexed
Exhibit “A”.

EXHIBIT “A”
SUPERSTORM SANDY ASSESSMENT RELIEF ACT
Section 1. Legislative Intent
It is the intent of this local
law to allow the WYANDANCH FIRE DISTRICTon
to opt in to and commit to
participate in the Superstorm Sandy Assessment
Relief Act and extend the
terms and benefits thereof
to its citizenry within the
Town of Babylon who own
real property and who have
lost at least ten (10%) or
more of the improved value
of their property as a result
of damage from Superstorm
Sandy.

Section 2. Authority
This local law is adopted
pursuant to the Superstorm
Sandy assessment relief act.

Section 3.Assessment relief for Superstorm Sandy
victims.
a) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary,
where real property impacted by Superstorm Sandy
is located within the Town of
Babylon, assessment relief
shall be granted as follows:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable to
the improvements shall be
reduced by fifteen percent
on the impacted tax roll.
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable
to the improvements shall
be reduced by twenty-five
percent on the impacted tax
roll.
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced

by thirty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
iv.If the real propertylost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by forty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
v. If the real property lost at
least fifty but less than sixty
percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy,
the assessed value attributable to the improvements
shall be reduced by fifty-five
percent for purposes of the
participating municipality
on the impacted tax roll.
vi.If the real property lost at
least sixty but less than seventy percent of its improved
value due to Superstorm
Sandy, the assessed value
attributable to the improvements shall be reduced by
sixty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
vii.If the real property lost
at least seventy but less than
eighty percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by seventy-five percent on
the impacted tax roll.
viii.If the real property lost
at least eighty but less than
ninety percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by eighty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
ix.If the real property lost
at least ninety but less than
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by ninety-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
x. If the real property lost
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by one hundred percent on
the impacted tax roll.
xi.The percentage loss in
improved value for this purpose shall be adopted by
the assessor from a written
finding of the Federal Emergency Management Agency,
or where no such finding
exists shall be determined by
the assessor in the manner
provided by this law, subject
to review by the board of assessment review.
xii.No reduction in assessed
value shall be granted pursuant

to this law except as
specified above.
b)To receive such relief
pursuant to this section,
the property owner shall
submit a written request
to the assessor on a form
approved by the director of
the office of real property
tax services within ninety
days following the date upon
which the Superstorm Sandy
Assessment Relief Act is approved by the Governor of
the State of New York. Such
request shall attach any and
all determinations by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency, and any and
all reports by an insurance
adjuster, and describe in reasonable detail the damage
caused to the property by
Superstorm Sandy and the
condition of the property
following the superstorm
and shall be accompanied by
supporting documentation,
if available.
c) Upon receiving such a
request, the assessor shall
adopt the finding by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency or, if such
finding does not exist the
assessor shall make a finding, as to percentage of improved value lost as a result
of Superstorm Sandy, and
thereafter the assessor, shall
adopt or classify the percentage loss of improved value
within one of the following
ranges:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improvement value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
ten percent but less than
twenty percent,
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
twenty percent but less than
thirty percent,
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
thirty percent but less than
forty percent,
iv.If the real property lost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
forty percent but less than
fifty percent,
v. At least fifty percent but
less than sixty percent,
vi.At least sixty percent but
less than seventy percent,
vii.At least seventy percent
but less than eighty percent,
viii.At least eighty percent

but less than ninety percent,
ix.At least ninety percent
but less than one hundred
percent, or
x. one hundred percent.
d)The assessor shall mail
written notice of such finding to the property owner.
Where the assessor finds that
the loss in improved value is
less than what the property
owner believes is warranted,
the property owner may file
a complaint with the board
of assessment review. Such
board shall reconvene upon
ten days written notice to the
property owner and assessor
to hear the appeal and determine the matter, and shall
mail written notice of its
determination to the assessor and property owner. The
provisions of article 5 of the
real property tax law shall
govern the review process
to the extent practicable.
For the purposes of this
act only, the applicant may
commence within 30 days of
service of a written determination, a proceeding under
title 1 of article 7 of the real
property tax law, or, if applicable, under title 1-A of
article 7 of the real property
tax law. Sections 727 and 739
of the real property tax law
shall not apply.
Section 4. Severability
If a court determines that
any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part
of this local law or the application thereof to any person, firm or corporation, or
circumstance is invalid or
unconstitutional, the court's
order or judgment shall not
affect, impair, or invalidate
the remainder of this local
law, but shall be confined in
its operation to the clause,
sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part of this local
law or in its application to
the person, individual, firm
or corporation or circumstance, directlyinvolved in
the controversy in which
such judgment or order shall
be rendered.
Section 5. Effective date
This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing
with the Secretary of State.

All interested persons will
be given an opportunity to
be heard at the above time
and place
DATED: NOVEMBER 7,
2013
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN
BOARD, TOWN OF BABYLON CAROL QUIRK, TOWN
CLERK
13-662 11/21

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
TOWN OF BABYLON

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that
the Town Board of the Town
of Babylon will hold a Public
Hearing at Babylon Town
Hall, 200 East Sunrise Highway, Lindenhurst, New York,
on the 3rd day of December,
2013 at 4:00 p.m., prevailing
time, to consider adopting
the Superstorm Sandy Relief
Act as set forth in the annexed
Exhibit “A”.

EXHIBIT “A”
SUPERSTORM SANDY ASSESSMENT RELIEF ACT
Section 1. Legislative Intent
It is the intent of this local
law to allow the NORTH
BABYLONFIRE DISTRICTon to opt in to and commit
to participate in the Superstorm Sandy Assessment
Relief Act and extend the
terms and benefits thereof
to its citizenry within the
Town of Babylon who own
real property and who have
lost at least ten (10%) or
more of the improved value
of their property as a result
of damage from Superstorm
Sandy.

Section 2. Authority
This local law is adopted
pursuant to the Superstorm
Sandy assessment relief act.

Section 3.Assessment relief for Superstorm Sandy
victims.
a) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary,
where real property impacted by Superstorm Sandy
is located within the Town of
Babylon, assessment relief
shall be granted as follows:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable to
the improvements shall be
reduced by fifteen percent
on the impacted tax roll.
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable
to the improvements shall
be reduced by twenty-five
percent on the impacted tax
roll.
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced

by thirty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
iv.If the real propertylost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by forty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
v. If the real property lost at
least fifty but less than sixty
percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy,
the assessed value attributable to the improvements
shall be reduced by fifty-five
percent for purposes of the
participating municipality
on the impacted tax roll.
vi.If the real property lost at
least sixty but less than seventy percent of its improved
value due to Superstorm
Sandy, the assessed value
attributable to the improvements shall be reduced by
sixty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
vii.If the real property lost
at least seventy but less than
eighty percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by seventy-five percent on
the impacted tax roll.
viii.If the real property lost
at least eighty but less than
ninety percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by eighty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
ix.If the real property lost
at least ninety but less than
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by ninety-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
x. If the real property lost
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by one hundred percent on
the impacted tax roll.
xi.The percentage loss in
improved value for this purpose shall be adopted by
the assessor from a written
finding of the Federal Emergency Management Agency,
or where no such finding
exists shall be determined by
the assessor in the manner
provided by this law, subject
to review by the board of assessment review.
xii.No reduction in assessed
value shall be granted pursuant to this law except as

specified above.
b)To receive such relief
pursuant to this section,
the property owner shall
submit a written request
to the assessor on a form
approved by the director of
the office of real property
tax services within ninety
days following the date upon
which the Superstorm Sandy
Assessment Relief Act is approved by the Governor of
the State of New York. Such
request shall attach any and
all determinations by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency, and any and
all reports by an insurance
adjuster, and describe in reasonable detail the damage
caused to the property by
Superstorm Sandy and the
condition of the property
following the superstorm
and shall be accompanied by
supporting documentation,
if available.
c) Upon receiving such a
request, the assessor shall
adopt the finding by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency or, if such
finding does not exist the
assessor shall make a finding, as to percentage of improved value lost as a result
of Superstorm Sandy, and
thereafter the assessor, shall
adopt or classify the percentage loss of improved value
within one of the following
ranges:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improvement value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
ten percent but less than
twenty percent,
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
twenty percent but less than
thirty percent,
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
thirty percent but less than
forty percent,
iv.If the real property lost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
forty percent but less than
fifty percent,
v. At least fifty percent but
less than sixty percent,
vi.At least sixty percent but
less than seventy percent,
vii.At least seventy percent
but less than eighty percent,
viii.At least eighty percent
but less than ninety percent,

ix.At least ninety percent
but less than one hundred
percent, or
x. one hundred percent.
d)The assessor shall mail
written notice of such finding to the property owner.
Where the assessor finds that
the loss in improved value is
less than what the property
owner believes is warranted,
the property owner may file
a complaint with the board
of assessment review. Such
board shall reconvene upon
ten days written notice to the
property owner and assessor
to hear the appeal and determine the matter, and shall
mail written notice of its
determination to the assessor and property owner. The
provisions of article 5 of the
real property tax law shall
govern the review process
to the extent practicable.
For the purposes of this
act only, the applicant may
commence within 30 days of
service of a written determination, a proceeding under
title 1 of article 7 of the real
property tax law, or, if applicable, under title 1-A of
article 7 of the real property
tax law. Sections 727 and 739
of the real property tax law
shall not apply.
Section 4. Severability
If a court determines that
any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part
of this local law or the application thereof to any person, firm or corporation, or
circumstance is invalid or
unconstitutional, the court's
order or judgment shall not
affect, impair, or invalidate
the remainder of this local
law, but shall be confined in
its operation to the clause,
sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part of this local
law or in its application to
the person, individual, firm
or corporation or circumstance, directlyinvolved in
the controversy in which
such judgment or order shall
be rendered.
Section 5. Effective date
This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing
with the Secretary of State.

All interested persons will
be given an opportunity to
be heard at the above time
and place
DATED: NOVEMBER 7,
2013
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN
BOARD, TOWN OF BABYLON CAROL QUIRK, TOWN
CLERK
13-659 11/21

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
TOWN OF BABYLON

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE,
that the Town Board of the
Town of Babylon will hold
a Public Hearing at Babylon
Town Hall, 200 East Sunrise
Highway, Lindenhurst, New
York, on the 3rd day of December, 2013 at 4:00 p.m.,
prevailing time, to consider
adopting the Superstorm
Sandy Relief Act as set forth
in the annexed Exhibit “A”.

EXHIBIT “A”
SUPERSTORM SANDY ASSESSMENT RELIEF ACT
Section 1. Legislative Intent
It is the intent of this local
law to allow the NORTH
LINDENHURSTFIRE DISTRICTon to opt in to and
commit to participate in the
Superstorm Sandy Assessment Relief Act and extend
the terms and benefits thereof to its citizenry within the
Town of Babylon who own
real property and who have
lost at least ten (10%) or
more of the improved value
of their property as a result
of damage from Superstorm
Sandy.

Section 2. Authority
This local law is adopted
pursuant to the Superstorm
Sandy assessment relief act.

Section 3.Assessment relief for Superstorm Sandy
victims.
a) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary,
where real property impacted by Superstorm Sandy
is located within the Town of
Babylon, assessment relief
shall be granted as follows:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable to
the improvements shall be
reduced by fifteen percent
on the impacted tax roll.
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable
to the improvements shall
be reduced by twenty-five
percent on the impacted tax
roll.
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by thirty-five percent on the

impacted tax roll.
iv.If the real propertylost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by forty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
v. If the real property lost at
least fifty but less than sixty
percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy,
the assessed value attributable to the improvements
shall be reduced by fifty-five
percent for purposes of the
participating municipality
on the impacted tax roll.
vi.If the real property lost at
least sixty but less than seventy percent of its improved
value due to Superstorm
Sandy, the assessed value
attributable to the improvements shall be reduced by
sixty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
vii.If the real property lost
at least seventy but less than
eighty percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by seventy-five percent on
the impacted tax roll.
viii.If the real property lost
at least eighty but less than
ninety percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by eighty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
ix.If the real property lost
at least ninety but less than
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by ninety-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
x. If the real property lost
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by one hundred percent on
the impacted tax roll.
xi.The percentage loss in
improved value for this purpose shall be adopted by
the assessor from a written
finding of the Federal Emergency Management Agency,
or where no such finding
exists shall be determined by
the assessor in the manner
provided by this law, subject
to review by the board of assessment review.
xii.No reduction in assessed
value shall be granted pursuant to this law except as

specified above.
b)To receive such relief
pursuant to this section,
the property owner shall
submit a written request
to the assessor on a form
approved by the director of
the office of real property
tax services within ninety
days following the date upon
which the Superstorm Sandy
Assessment Relief Act is approved by the Governor of
the State of New York. Such
request shall attach any and
all determinations by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency, and any and
all reports by an insurance
adjuster, and describe in reasonable detail the damage
caused to the property by
Superstorm Sandy and the
condition of the property
following the superstorm
and shall be accompanied by
supporting documentation,
if available.
c) Upon receiving such a
request, the assessor shall
adopt the finding by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency or, if such
finding does not exist the
assessor shall make a finding, as to percentage of improved value lost as a result
of Superstorm Sandy, and
thereafter the assessor, shall
adopt or classify the percentage loss of improved value
within one of the following
ranges:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improvement value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
ten percent but less than
twenty percent,
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
twenty percent but less than
thirty percent,
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
thirty percent but less than
forty percent,
iv.If the real property lost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
forty percent but less than
fifty percent,
v. At least fifty percent but
less than sixty percent,
vi.At least sixty percent but
less than seventy percent,
vii.At least seventy percent
but less than eighty percent, viii.At least eighty percent

but less than ninety percent,
ix.At least ninety percent
but less than one hundred
percent, or
x. one hundred percent.
d)The assessor shall mail
written notice of such finding to the property owner.
Where the assessor finds that
the loss in improved value is
less than what the property
owner believes is warranted,
the property owner may file
a complaint with the board
of assessment review. Such
board shall reconvene upon
ten days written notice to the
property owner and assessor
to hear the appeal and determine the matter, and shall
mail written notice of its
determination to the assessor and property owner. The
provisions of article 5 of the
real property tax law shall
govern the review process
to the extent practicable.
For the purposes of this
act only, the applicant may
commence within 30 days of
service of a written determination, a proceeding under
title 1 of article 7 of the real
property tax law, or, if applicable, under title 1-A of
article 7 of the real property
tax law. Sections 727 and 739
of the real property tax law
shall not apply.
Section 4. Severability
If a court determines that
any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part
of this local law or the application thereof to any person, firm or corporation, or
circumstance is invalid or
unconstitutional, the court's
order or judgment shall not
affect, impair, or invalidate
the remainder of this local
law, but shall be confined in
its operation to the clause,
sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part of this local
law or in its application to
the person, individual, firm
or corporation or circumstance, directlyinvolved in
the controversy in which
such judgment or order shall
be rendered.
Section 5. Effective date
This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing
with the Secretary of State.

All interested persons will
be given an opportunity to
be heard at the above time
and place

DATED: NOVEMBER 7,
2013
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN
BOARD, TOWN OF BABYLON CAROL QUIRK, TOWN
CLERK
13-660 11/21

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
TOWN OF BABYLON

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that
the Town Board of the Town
of Babylon will hold a Public
Hearing at Babylon Town
Hall, 200 East Sunrise Highway, Lindenhurst, New York,
on the 3rd day of December,
2013 at 4:00 p.m., prevailing
time, to consider adopting
the Superstorm Sandy Relief
Act as set forth in the annexed
Exhibit “A”.

EXHIBIT “A”
SUPERSTORM SANDY ASSESSMENT RELIEF ACT
Section 1. Legislative Intent
It is the intent of this local
law to allow the WYANDANCH AMBULANCE
DISTRICTon to opt in to
and commit to participate
in the Superstorm Sandy
Assessment Relief Act and
extend the terms and benefits thereof to its citizenry
within the Town of Babylon
who own real property and
who have lost at least ten
(10%) or more of the improved value of their property as a result of damage
from Superstorm Sandy.

Section 2. Authority
This local law is adopted
pursuant to the Superstorm
Sandy assessment relief act.

Section 3.Assessment relief for Superstorm Sandy
victims.
a) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary,
where real property impacted by Superstorm Sandy
is located within the Town of
Babylon, assessment relief
shall be granted as follows:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable to
the improvements shall be
reduced by fifteen percent
on the impacted tax roll.
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable
to the improvements shall
be reduced by twenty-five
percent on the impacted tax
roll.
iii.If the real property lost
at least thirty percent but
less than forty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced

by thirty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
iv.If the real propertylost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by forty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
v. If the real property lost at
least fifty but less than sixty
percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy,
the assessed value attributable to the improvements
shall be reduced by fifty-five
percent for purposes of the
participating municipality
on the impacted tax roll.
vi. If the real property lost at least sixty but
less than seventy percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, the assessed value attributable to
the improvements shall be
reduced by sixty-five percent
on the impacted tax roll.
vii.If the real property lost
at least seventy but less than
eighty percent of its improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by seventy-five percent on
the impacted tax roll.
viii. If the real property
lost at least eighty but less
than ninety percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by eighty-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
ix.If the real property lost
at least ninety but less than
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by ninety-five percent on the
impacted tax roll.
x. If the real property lost
one hundred percent of its
improved value due to Superstorm Sandy, the assessed
value attributable to the improvements shall be reduced
by one hundred percent on
the impacted tax roll.
xi.The percentage loss in
improved value for this purpose shall be adopted by
the assessor from a written
finding of the Federal Emergency Management Agency,
or where no such finding
exists shall be determined by
the assessor in the manner
provided by this law, subject
to review by the board of assessment review.
xii. No reduction in assessed value shall be granted
pursuant to this law except

as specified above.
b)To receive such relief
pursuant to this section,
the property owner shall
submit a written request
to the assessor on a form
approved by the director of
the office of real property
tax services within ninety
days following the date upon
which the Superstorm Sandy
Assessment Relief Act is approved by the Governor of
the State of New York. Such
request shall attach any and
all determinations by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency, and any and
all reports by an insurance
adjuster, and describe in reasonable detail the damage
caused to the property by
Superstorm Sandy and the
condition of the property
following the superstorm
and shall be accompanied by
supporting documentation,
if available.
c) Upon receiving such a
request, the assessor shall
adopt the finding by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency or, if such
finding does not exist the
assessor shall make a finding, as to percentage of improved value lost as a result
of Superstorm Sandy, and
thereafter the assessor, shall
adopt or classify the percentage loss of improved value
within one of the following
ranges:
i. If the real property lost
at least ten percent but less
than twenty percent of its
improvement value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
ten percent but less than
twenty percent,
ii. If the real property lost
at least twenty percent but
less than thirty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
twenty percent but less than
thirty percent,
iii. If the real property
lost at least thirty percent
but less than forty percent
of its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
thirty percent but less than
forty percent,
iv.If the real property lost
at least forty percent but
less than fifty percent of
its improved value due to
Superstorm Sandy, at least
forty percent but less than
fifty percent,
v. At least fifty percent but
less than sixty percent,
vi.At least sixty percent but
less than seventy percent,
vii.At least seventy percent
but less than eighty percent, viii.At least eighty percent

but less than ninety percent,
ix.At least ninety percent
but less than one hundred
percent, or
x. one hundred percent.
d)The assessor shall mail
written notice of such finding to the property owner.
Where the assessor finds that
the loss in improved value is
less than what the property
owner believes is warranted,
the property owner may file
a complaint with the board
of assessment review. Such
board shall reconvene upon
ten days written notice to the
property owner and assessor
to hear the appeal and determine the matter, and shall
mail written notice of its
determination to the assessor and property owner. The
provisions of article 5 of the
real property tax law shall
govern the review process
to the extent practicable.
For the purposes of this
act only, the applicant may
commence within 30 days of
service of a written determination, a proceeding under
title 1 of article 7 of the real
property tax law, or, if applicable, under title 1-A of
article 7 of the real property
tax law. Sections 727 and 739
of the real property tax law
shall not apply.
Section 4. Severability
If a court determines that
any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part
of this local law or the application thereof to any person, firm or corporation, or
circumstance is invalid or
unconstitutional, the court's
order or judgment shall not
affect, impair, or invalidate
the remainder of this local
law, but shall be confined in
its operation to the clause,
sentence, paragraph, subdivision, or part of this local
law or in its application to
the person, individual, firm
or corporation or circumstance, directlyinvolved in
the controversy in which
such judgment or order shall
be rendered.
Section 5. Effective date
This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing
with the Secretary of State.

All interested persons will
be given an opportunity to
be heard at the above time
and place
DATED: NOVEMBER 7,
2013
BY ORDER OF THE
TOWN BOARD, TOWN
OF BABYLON
CAROL QUIRK, TOWN
CLERK
13-661 11/21

PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Zoning Board of
Appeals of the Town of Islip
will hold a public hearing
on Tuesday, November 26,
2013 at the Town Hall, 655
Main Street, Islip, NY on the
following applications at the
times listed or as soon thereafter as they may be reached.
At such time all interested
parties will be given an opportunity to be heard. Any
disabled person who needs a
sign language interpreter or
special accommodations to
attend this meeting is asked
to please contact Constituent Services at 631-224-5500
as early as possible in order
for the Town to accommodate. Dated: November 12, 2013
James H. Bowers, Chairman Islip, NY Zoning Board of
Appeals

6:30 p.m. -PAUL and NANCY LEIBSTEIN - permission to leave second story
landing having side yard of
6 feet instead of required 14
feet, to leave shed having
rear yard of 3.1 feet instead
of required 4 feet and to
leave 6 foot fence on property line not having required
setback of 10 feet, Res. A
District, southeast corner
of Mariner Circle (#3) and
Driftwood Drive, West Islip, NY
(0500-478.00-03.00-
034.000)

7:00 p.m. -
Adjourned from Oct. 29,
2013
SCOTT C. and ANDREA
J. REESE - permission to
relocate 6 foot fence to second

front yard property line
not having required setback
of 10 feet, and to leave shed
having side yard of 1.4 feet
instead of required 4 feet,
Res. B District, northeast
corner of Oak Neck Road
(#702) and 7th Street, West
Islip, NY
(0500-438.00-01.00-
017.000)

7:00 p.m. -RONALD KIND
and ARIANA DONOVAN
- permission to erect one an
story additions (12.8' x 21'
and 22' x 22' Irrg.) leaving
side yards of 5 feet and 12.8
feet instead of required 14
feet each, total side yards of
17.8 feet instead of required
28 feet, all having floor area
ratio of 29.9% instead of
permitted 25%, Res. B District, north side of Wilherm
Lane (#117), 86.41 feet west
of LaGrange Place, West
Islip, NY
(0500-466.00-02.00-
092.000)
13-668 11/21

Notice is hereby given that
an order entered by the
Supreme Court Suffolk
County, on the 13th day of
November 2013, bearing
Index No. 29605-13, a copy
of which may be examined
at the Office of the Suffolk
County Clerk, located in
Riverhead, New York. grants
the petitioner the right to
assume the name Jacqueline
Gelfuso Gallo. Her present
address is 511 17th Street,
West Babylon, NY, 11704;
She was born on November
16, 1980 in Providence,
Rhode Island. Her present
name is Jacqueline Patricia
Gallo.
13-669 11/21

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