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Denise M. Bonilla
Denise M. Bonilla has covered the Town of Babylon since January 2009. Since starting at Newsday in 2003, she has covered a variety of beats, including criminal justice and immigration. In 2006, Bonilla was part of a team honored for Distinguished Breaking News Coverage by the New York Newspaper Publishers Association. In 2010, she received the President’s Choice Award from the nation’s oldest press club, the Society of the Silurians, and a first place features award from the Press Club of Long Island for her series on Alzheimer’s disease.
The Village of Lindenhurst has hired a consultant to help with its security camera system.
The village has hired Suffolk Lock Security Professionals Inc., of Lindenhurst, to conduct an assessment of the village’s security cameras and write up a proposal for improvements. The village has agreed to pay the company no more than $2,000 for the work.
Clerk-treasurer Shawn Cullinane said the...Read more »
Lindenhurst Village and the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County are holding a seminar Saturday on yard recovery after superstorm Sandy.
The seminar will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at the Lindenhurst Rainbow Senior Center, 293 Buffalo Ave.
Among the topics that will be discussed are landscape concerns, storm damage issues and remedies, suggestions for salt and drought-tolerant...Read more »
Camp Bulldog, the grassroots effort to help victims of superstorm Sandy in Lindenhurst Village, is closing its doors on Sunday.
The organization is having a ceremony at 3 p.m. in Shore Road Park to thank the dozens of volunteers and hundreds of organizations and businesses that gave donations. The ceremony will feature village and Babylon Town officials, as well as a performance by the Albany...Read more »
Nearly two dozen residents turned out at a Lindenhurst Village planning board hearing to voice their concerns about a proposed Arby’s restaurant.
The public hearing last week was for an application from Thomas J. Clarke, who has proposed building an Arby’s restaurant with a drive-through window at 100 West Sunrise Hwy. The commercial property, between 41st and 42nd streets, is currently the...Read more »
Lindenhurst Village has approved emergency repairs to a firefighter training tower that was damaged by a village contractor.
The Volunteer Fire Department Training Tower, in Fireman’s Memorial Park, is used by the village’s fire department for training exercises. The tower was damaged in late February when a dump truck operator for All Island Plumbing, Inc., of Holbrook failed to lower the...Read more »