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January 2016
The flag will fly for Buddy Miccio, US Navy, WWII.

February 2016
The flag will fly for George Ogden, US Navy, WWII.

March 2016
The flag will fly for Russell Steiner, US Army, Vietnam.

April 2016
The flag will fly for Martin T. Feeney, US Coast Guard, WWII.

May 2016
The flag will fly for John Wagner, US Navy, WWII.

June 2016
The flag will fly for Donald Bruckner, US Air Force, Korea.

July 2016
The flag will fly for John Ahlemeyer, US Arny, Vietnam.

August 2016
The flag will fly for John F. McCambridge, US Army, WW2.

September 2016
The flag will fly for John (Jackie) Whalen, US Army, Korea.

October 2016
The flag will fly for Frank George, US Army, Air Force, WWII.

November 2016
The flag will fly for Charlie Phillips, US Army, Vietnam.

December 2016
The flag will fly for Michael (Mickey) Kinneary, US Navy, Korea.

January 2017
The flag will fly for Charlie Laine, US Navy, WWII.

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December's President's Message

This month's Civic meeting will be held on Thursday, December 1st at 7PM at the VFW Hall. Come down and get caught up on what is going on in your neighborhood! This is a change from our normal routine of the fourth Thursday of the month due to the holiday.

Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving holiday, and as we move into the Christmas season it will be great to see the return of the Christmas Lighting strung across the Boulevard again this year. Big thanks to Stephanie Wagner for again undertaking the fundraising that allows this great tradition to continue. The lights really make the town look so festive!

Once again we will have Build it Back representatives at the Civic meeting to discuss the latest progress with this program. There will be an update specifically on the Tishman bids, which is significant for the many residents who have been assigned to Tishman and who have been waiting to find out who their assigned contractor will be and when they will see work begin on their home. Lou Mendes has been brought on to assist the Program. Lou played an important role in getting the 9/11 Memorial moving when it was facing internal delays. The Civic has met with him, and he has assured us that his first priority for the program is to get work going immediately on those who are out of their homes and have seen no progress to date.

NYC Zoning reps will make a final presentation of the zoning changes that have been previously discussed and approved by the Civic Association.....

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