A Message from the Mayor
Now that Spring is here we can hopefully enjoy warmer and sunnier days and put a very cold and difficult winter behind us.
As you know we have had shuttle service from the Village Hall to the Manhasset Train Station running for the past several months. At this time we will be discontinuing the 9:30 A.M. shuttle due to very low usage. We will continue the shuttle at the other scheduled times, from Village Hall in the morning leaving every half hour from 6:30 to 9:00 and returning from the Manhasset Train Station from 5:00 to 8:00 in the evening. We hope more residents will avail themselves of this wonderful program. Parking at Village Hall is free of charge and there is no charge for the shuttle and those that use the service find it most convenient.
I have been in constant communication with Nassau County regarding all of the trees which have been cut down on Shelter Rock Road and Searingtown Road and the County has informed that the trees will be replaced. However with all of the extenuating circumstances as a result of Super Storm Sandy, they are awaiting FEMA funds to finance the tree replacements.
There are two Trustee positions open this year and the election will be held at Village Hall on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. The polls will be open from Noon to 9 P.M.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Deputy Mayor Dennis Sgambati, Trustee Phyllis Lentini, Trustee Elliot Arnold and Trustee Gail Cohen for their continued support and diligent service to the Village of North Hills.
Mayor Marvin Natiss
Village of North Hills
One Shelter Rock Road
North Hills, New York 11576
Mayor's Office Telephone: (516) 627-4832
Administration Telephone: (516) 627-3451
Administration Fax: (516) 627-0703
Building Department's Telephone:
Building Department's Fax: (516) 627-0703
Village Court Telephone: (516) 365-8857
Village Court Fax: (516) 627-0703
Office Hours: 9:00 AM till 5:00 PM Monday through Friday
News & Events
UPDATE OF VILLAGE SHUTTLE
Please be advised that effective June 17th, 2013 the Shuttle Bus Service in the afternoon will start at 5:00 from the Manhasset train station instead of 4:30 pm. The last bus will now be 8:00 pm.
To register for FEMA RELIEF the number to call is 1-800-621-FEMA or send an email to BRUCE.KNAB.BENSHUE@FEMA.DHS.GOV
Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan
Deputy Mayor: Dennis Sgambati
Trustee: Phyllis Lentini
Trustee: Elliott Arnold
Trustee: Gail J. Cohen