Please join Westhampton Beach Mayor Moore and the Conservation Advisory Council on July 7 at 12:00 noon for a discussion and screening of the 1976 documentary, “Baymen – Our Waters are Dying,” featuring Westhampton Beach’s own Bill Bennett.
The film, produced in 1979 by the late former Remsenburg resident Anne Belle, was televised on PBS at the time of its release and received international acclaim. It is a 28-minute portrait of the way of life of Long Island’s shell fishermen and was filmed largely on Mecox and Great South Bays. It is particularly meaningful today, since the threat to the shell fish industry, talked about in the film, is still very much alive and in the news.
The screening will be preceded by a Q and A with CAC member Chris Clapp, a scientist with The Nature Conservancy. People may bring a brown-bag lunch and the Library will offer drinks and dessert.
When: Friday, July 7
Where: Westhampton Beach Free Library
Time: 12:00 to 2:00 PM
|July 3, 2017||Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them|
|July 10, 2017||Ghostbusters-Answer the Call|
|July 17, 2017||Miss Congeniality|
|July 24, 2017||National Treasurer|
|July 31, 2017||Rudy|
|August 7, 2017||Sabrina 1995|
|August 14, 2017||Singing in the Rain|
|August 21, 2017||Akeelah and the Bee|
|August 28, 2017||La La Land|
The Village would like to thank our sponsors of the movies:
The Corcoran Group
The Hills Seasonal Resort
The Greater Westhampton Chamber of Commerce
Rubio Premier Motors
Circle M Beverage
Westhampton Beach Police Benevolent Association
Movies start at DUSK, Complimentary popcorn, COURTESY OF THE WESTHAMPTON LIBRARY
Rain Date – Tuesday
For Village Residents, beach stickers/passes will be available at Roger’s Beach on:
Every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm until June 26th at which point the beach will be fully open and stickers will be available every day.
For Non-Residents, beach stickers/passes will be available for purchase at Village Hall commencing on May 19th:
Every Friday (4-6:00) and every Saturday (10-1:00) until July 5th at which time they will be available at Roger’s Beach.
The Mayor and Village Trustees are asking you if you haven’t already to please sign up for the NIXEL notifications from the Westhampton Beach Police Department, you will be notified of traffic issues regarding the Beach Lane Bridge and Jessup Lane Bridge closures by Suffolk County for repairs starting this Spring. You can find the NIXEL information on the Village website home page.
Thank you for your consideration in this matter.
The Village of Westhampton Beach Department of Public Works will begin the Spring brush pick up on April 3rd. Leaves and brush may be put out at curbside in separate piles during the month of April and up until April 30th. DO NOT place your leaves and brush on the road! This is a serious traffic concern. Small branches cannot exceed 3 inches in diameter and 3 feet in length. Yard clearing is not acceptable for pick-up. No grass clippings allowed. Mixed piles will be bypassed.
Biodegradable, paper leaf bags will be available at the Village Office and property owners are urged to utilize this service. Due to environmental regulations at Landfills, these paper bags are preferred over plastic ones. Please refrain from using plastic bags.
Brush and leaves put out after April 30th WILL NOT be picked up; owners/residents will be notified to remove them from Village street right-of-way.
Due to other regulations at the various dump sites, the Department of Public Works will not pick up tree stumps, household garbage, household furnishings, rubble or landscaping debris.
Dated: March 30, 2017 BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
OF THE VILLAGE OF WESTHAMPTON BEACH
By: Elizabeth Lindtvit, Village Clerk
NOTIFICATION OF YELLOWBOOK’S WESTHAMPTON, NY AND WESTHAMPTON BEACH, NY DIRECTORY DELIVER
The Yellowbook phone directory will be showing up in your driveways between June 22, 2017 and July 13, 2017. Residents can opt-out by visiting: www.yellowpagesoptout.com and learn more about the recycling options at www.recycleyellowbook.com. Do not hesitate to contact the Market Manager at 800-929-3556 with any questions or concerns.
Maria Z. Moore, Mayor