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2012-10-24 / Legal Notices

Legal Notices

LEGAL NOTICE
Sealed bids will be
received as set forth in
instructions to bidders until
10:30 a.m. on November 15,
2012,at the NYS Dept. of
Transportation, Contract
Management Bureau, 1ST
FLOOR SUITE 1CM, 50
WOLF RD, ALBANY, NY
12232 and will then be
publicly read. A certified
or cashier's check payable
to the NYS Dept. of
Transportation for the sum
specified in the proposal or
a bid bond (FORM CONR
391) representing "25% of
the bid total" as specified
in the contract proposal
must accompany each bid.
Bids may also be submitted
via the internet using Bid
Express (www.bidx.com).
The Department reserves
the right to reject any or all
bids. Construction contract
plans and proposals are sold
only on compact disk (CD).
The cost is $10 per CD, plus
$8 shipping and handling
if the CD is not purchased
in person. The CD includes
both the plans (if applicable)
and the proposal in Adobe
Acrobat PDF file format.
Plans and proposals in
Adobe Acrobat PDF format
are also available on Bid
Express (www.bidx.com) for
a monthly subscription fee.
CDs can be obtained from
the NYSDOT, Plan Sales
Unit, 1st Floor Suite 1PS,
50 Wolf Road, Albany, NY
12232, (518) 457-2124; or
from the Regional Office
noted below. Requirements:
NYSDOT requires that all
bidders and subcontractors
present evidence of
experience and financial
standing. Subcontracting
Provisions: Subcontracting
is permitted as described in
the Standard Specification
§108-05. *Please call
Contracts at (518) 457-3583
if you need a reasonable
accommodation for
person(s) with a disability to
participate in our program.
No Amendments are included
on the CD. Amendments are
posted on the NYSDOT
and Bid Express Web
Sites. The Contractor is
responsible for ensuring
that all Amendments have
been incorporated into
its bid. Notification on
Amendments issued after a
CD is purchased will be sent
via e-mail to each person
or firm purchasing CDs
from the NYSDOT. NOTE:
Amendments may have been
issued prior to CD purchase.
Contractors who purchased
CDs must also check the
NYSDOT Web Site (https://
www.dot.ny.gov/ doingbusiness/opportunities/
const-notices) for a list of all
Amendments. State Finance
Law §139-j restricts contact
with Department personnel
after advertisement or
notice of a government
procurement. Details are
provided on the NYSDOT
Web Site. Federally Aided
Contracts identify a DBE
Goal, and 100% NY State
Funded Contracts identify
both MBE and WBE Goals.
Contracts with 0% Goals are
generally single operation
contracts, where subcontracting is not expected,
and smaller size contracts,
both of which may present
direct bidding opportunities
for a Small Business Firm,
including, but not limited
to, D/W/MBEs. The New
York State Department
of Transportation, in
accordance with Title VI
of the Civil Rights Act
of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42
U.S.0 2000d to 2000d-4 and
Title 49, Code of Federal
Regulations, Department
of Transportation, Subtitle
A, Office the Secretary,
Part 21, Nondiscrimination
in Federally-assisted
programs of the Department
of Transportation and
Title 23 Code of Federal
Regulations, Part 200, Title
VI Program and Related
Statutes, as amended, issued
pursuant to such Act, hereby
notifies all who respond
to a written Department
solicitation, request for
proposal or invitation for
bid that it will affirmatively
insure that in any contract
entered into pursuant
to this advertisement,
disadvantaged business
enterprises will be afforded
full opportunity to submit
bids in response to this
invitation and will not
be discriminated against
on the grounds of race,
color, national origin, sex,
age, disability/handicap
and income status in
consideration for an
award. Reg. 08, William
Gorton, Acting Regional
Director, 4 Burnett Blvd.,
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
D262137, PIN 8811.50,
Putnam Co., Construction
of Storm Water Basins along
I-84 in the Towns of Kent,
Patterson & Southeast, Bid
Deposit $50,000.00, NO
PLANS, Proposals on CDs
$10, plus $8 Postage. Goals:
MBE/WBE 13 - 7%

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
Sealed proposals will be
received by the undersigned
Town Clerk of the Town of
Philipstown at her office
in the Town Hall, 238 Main
Street, Cold Spring, New
York
10516 until 2:00 pm on
November 1, 2012, when
the same will be publicly
opened and
read aloud for the sale to
the Town of Philipstown of:
• BITUMINOUS
CONCRETE – FURNISHED,
DELIVERED & LAID IN
PLACE
• BITUMINOUS
CONCRETE – FOB
• CALCIUM
CHLORIDE – DELIVERED
• WASHED SAND –
DELIVERED & FOB
• #2 FUEL OIL –
DELIVERED
• DIESEL FUEL –
DELIVERED
• BANK RUN –
DELIVERED & FOB
• FILL – DELIVERED
& FOB
• CRUSHED
TAILINGS – DELIVERED
& FOB
• INSTALLATION
OF GUIDE RAIL AND
FURNISHING OF GUIDE
RAIL
MATERIAL
• WASHED OR
CRUSHED STONE –
DELIVERED & FOB
• MANUFACTURED
CRUSHED ITEM 4 –
DELIVERED & FOB
• STONE FILLINGS
– DELIVERED & FOB
• SAND FOR SNOW
AND ICE CONTROL – FOB
& DELIVERED
• CURB MIX WITH
RAP
• STONE
SCREENINGS
Meeting the specifications
of the Town of Philipstown
Highway Department.
Copies of
the specifications may be
obtained from the office of
said Town Clerk at the above
address. The right is
reserved to reject any and all
bids. All purchase contracts
awarded
pursuant to this notice
shall be subject to the
provisions of Section 103-
A, 103-B and
103-D of the General
Municipal Law.
DATE: October 17, 2012
TINA MERANDO
TOWN CLERK
TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
SCHOOL DISTRICT
ELECTION
PERSONAL
REGISTRATION AND
ABSENTEE BALLOTS
Haldane Central School
District at Philipstown
Dutchess and Putnam
Counties, New York
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
that a Special School District
Election of the Haldane
Central School District at
Philipstown, Dutchess and
Putnam Counties, New York,
will be held on November
13, 2012, at Room 105 in the
Middle School Building, in
Cold Spring, New York, at
which the polls will be kept
open between the hours of
7:00 o'clock A.M. and 9:00
o'clock P.M., Prevailing
Time, for the purpose of
voting by voting machine
upon the following bond
proposition:
MULTI-USE ARTIFICIAL
TURF FIELD LOCKER
ROOM &
AUDITORIUM BOND
PROPOSITION
Shall the following
resolution be adopted, towit:RESOLVED, shall the
Haldane Central School
District at Philipstown,
Dutchess and Putnam
Counties, New York, be
authorized to reconstruct
the multiuse turf field with
artificial turf, including
original equipment,
apparatus, appurtenances,
related locker room
improvements, as well as
auditorium improvements
and incidental improvements
and expenses in connection
therewith, at a maximum
estimated cost of $2,000,000,
that $600,000 shall be paid
from Capital Reserve Fund
monies, that $300,000 shall
be paid from Endowment
Fund monies, and that the
remaining $1,100,000, or
so much thereof as may
be necessary after the
sale of all or a portion of
certain lands of the School
District constituting the
James Pond property which
sale is hereby authorized,
shall be raised by the levy
of a tax upon the taxable
property of said School
District and collected in
annual installments as
provided by Section 416
of the Education Law; and
in anticipation of such tax,
obligations of said School
District shall be issued.
Due to space constraints
on the voting machines,
said proposition may be
presented in substantially
the following abbreviated

form:
MULTI-USE ARTIFICIAL
TURF FIELD LOCKER
ROOM &
AUDITORIUM BOND
PROPOSITION
Shall the following
resolution be adopted, towit:RESOLVED, that the
Board of Education of the
Haldane Central School
District at Philipstown,
is hereby authorized to
reconstruct the multi-use turf
field, including locker room,
auditorium and incidental
improvements and expenses,
at a maximum estimated
cost of $2,000,000, that
$600,000 shall be paid
from Capital Reserve Fund
monies, that $300,000 shall
be paid from Endowment
Fund monies, and that the
remaining $1,100,000, or
so much thereof as may be
necessary after the sale of
all or a portion of certain
lands of the School District
constituting the James Pond
property which sale is
hereby authorized, shall be
raised by the levy of a tax
upon the taxable property
of said School District
and collected in annual
installments as provided by
Section 416 of the Education
Law; and, in anticipation
of such tax, obligations of
said School District shall
be issued.
In the event that the
abbreviated version of the
proposition is necessary
due to space constraints
on the voting machines,
a copy of the full text of
the PROPOSITION shall
be on file in the Office of
the School District Clerk,
located at the District Offices
located at 15 Craigside
Drive, in Cold Spring, New
York, where the same is
available for inspection by
any interested person during
regular business hours and
shall be posted at the voting
location.
SEQRA
DETERMINATION: The
improvements described
in the proposition have
been determined to be an
"Unlisted Action" pursuant
to the regulations of the New
York State Department of
Environmental Conservation
promulgated pursuant to the
State Environmental
Quality Review
Act ("SEQRA"), the
implementation of which as
proposed the School District
has determined will not
result in any significant
environmental effects.
SEQRA compliance
materials are available at
the Office of the School
District Clerk where they
may be examinedduring
regular business hours.
ABSENTEE BALLOTS:
Absentee ballots may be
applied for at the District
Clerk's office. The District
Clerk must receive
applications for absentee
ballots at least seven days
prior to the vote if the ballot
is to be mailed to the voter,
or on or prior to November
12, 2012, the day
before the vote, if the
ballot is to be issued to the
voter in person. The District
Clerk must receive absentee
ballots not later than 5:00
PM on November 13, 2012.
A list of all persons to whom
absentee ballots shall have
been issued will be available
in the District Clerk's Office
during regular office hours
until the day of the election,
including each of the five
days prior to November
13, 2012 except Sunday,
November 11 and will be
posted at the polling place
on November 13, 2012. Any
qualified voter may submit
a written challenge to the
qualifications of any person
whose name appears on the
list of absentee voters and
provide reasons therefore
known to the District
Clerk for transmittal to
the Inspectors of Election
before the close of the polls.
NOTICE OF
REGISTRATION:
Registration will be accepted
for the purpose of preparing
a register of the qualified
voters of such District
at the District Offices,
Cold Spring, New York,
throughout the year, except
for the two (2) business
days preceding the special
election, between the hours
of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
The last day of registration
before the Special Election
of November 13, 2012 will
be November 8, 2012. The
Board of Registration shall
meet on November 8, 2012
between the hours of 4:00
p.m. and 8:00 p.m. to prepare
a register for the November
13, 2012 election.
Anyone not presently
registered will be registered
in accordance with Section
2014 of the Education Law.
Any person shall be entitled
to have his/her name placed
upon such register, provided
that at such meeting of the
Board of Registration, he/
she is known or proven to
the satisfaction of such
Board of Registration to
be then or thereafter the
person entitled to vote at the
school meeting or election
for which such registered is

prepared.
Voters registered for
general elections under
Article 5 of the Election Law
are eligible to vote at the
November 13, 2012 election
without further registration.
Voters who have been
previously registered for any
annual or special meeting
or election and who have
voted at any such annual or
special meeting or election
held or conducted during
the last four calendar years
preceding 2012 are eligible
to vote at the November
13, 2012 election without
further registration.
The register prepared
will be filed in the office
of the District Clerk and will
be open for inspection by
any qualified voter of the
District between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on
each of the five days prior
to the election including
Saturday, November 10,
2012. The register will not
be available on Sundays.
The register will also be
available for inspection on
the day of the election at
the polling place.
Dated: Cold Spring, New
York,
September 18, 2012.
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF
THE HALDANE CENTRAL
SCHOOL DISTRICT
AT PHILIPSTOWN,
DUTCHESS AND PUTNAM
COUNTIES, NEW YORK.
By Katherine Marino,
School District Clerk

LEGAL NOTICE
Town of Putnam Valley
Planning Board
NOTICE 10a/2012
Please be advised that the
next meeting of the Planning
Board will be held at Town
Hall, 265 Oscawana Lake
Road on Monday October
29, 2012, for the purpose of
considering the following
applications:
Regular Meeting Start
Time: 6:00pm
AGENDA
PUBLIC HEARING
The following public
hearings have been
scheduled for October 29,
2012 at 6:00PM (or as
soon thereafter as agenda
conditions permit) at the
Putnam Valley Town Hall,
265 Oscawana Lake Road,
Putnam Valley, New York,
10579. All interested parties
are invited to attend and
will be heard. A copy of
the application materials
and plans may be inspected
during normal business
hours at the office of the
Planning Board Clerk, Town
of Putnam Valley Town Hall.
1. Meister, Richard,
Ridgecrest Road
(TM# 83.56-1-5, 6 &7/
File: 2012-0098)
The subject property
consists of ±2.72 acres
of land and is located on
Ridgecrest Road and within
the R-1 Zoning District. The
applicant is proposing to
construct a single-family
residence.
2. Brazee, James-
William Benedetto and
Julian Moylan
20 and 22 Cherry Lane
(TM# 73.-1-41.11 and 73.-
1-41.121/File: 2011-0088)
The applicant is proposing
an adjustment of a common
property line between Tax
Parcels 73.-1-41.11 (Brazee)
and 73.-1-41.121 (Benedetto
and Moylan). The subject
properties are located on
Cherry Lane and within the
R-2 Zoning District. No new
lot is being created and no
construction is proposed.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
3. Approve Minutes of
October 15, 2012

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE FOR REQUEST
FOR PROPOSALS
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, that sealed
proposals, will be received
by the Director of Purchasing
of Putnam County for the
following:
RFP# 8-12 - Legal
Services
Detailed specifications
may be secured at the office
of the Director of Purchasing,
County of Putnam Office
Facilities, 110 Old Route
6, Building No. 3, Carmel,
New York l05l2 between
the hours of 8:00 A.M. and
4:00 P.M., Monday through
Friday starting October 26,
2012. You may also visit
the Putnam County web site
at www.putnamcountyny.
com. The County of Putnam
officially distributes
bidding documents from the
Purchasing Department or
through the Hudson Valley
Municipal Purchasing
Group’s Regional Bid
Notification System. Copies
of bidding documents
obtained from any other
source are not considered
official copies. Sealed
PROPOSALS must be filed
in the above office on or
before l: 00 P.M. on the close
date, Friday, November 16,
2012.
Dated: Carmel, New York
October 19, 2012
Sgd/Alessandro Mazzotta,
Purchasing Director
Putnam County Purchasing
Department

Pursuant to provisions of
section 4-120 & 4-122 of the
State of New York Election
Law, official notice of the
General Election publication
by Putnam County Board of
Elections is hereby given:
General Election, Tuesday,
November 6, 2012 Polls are
open from 6:00 A.M. to 9:00
P.M. All polling places in
Putnam County are open for
voting.

PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTORS FOR
PRESIDENT AND VICE
PRESIDENT - Vote ONCE
Democratic Electors: 29
Barack Obama - For
President
Joe Biden - For Vice
President
Republican Electors: 29
Mitt Romney - For
President
Paul Ryan- For Vice
President
Conservative Electors: 29
Mitt Romney - For
President
Paul Ryan - For Vice
President
Working Families
Electors: 29
Barack Obama - For
President
Joe Biden - For Vice
President
Green Electors: 23
Jill Stein - For President
Cheri Honkala - For Vice
President
Socialism & Liberation
Electors: 29
Peta Lindsay - For
President
Yari Osorio - For Vice
President
Libertarian Electors: 29
Gary Johnson - For
President
James P. Gray - For Vice
President
Constitution Electors: 21
Virgil Goode - For
President
Jim Clymer - For Vice
President

UNITED STATES
SENATOR -Vote for ONE
Democratic – Kirsten E.
Gillibrand
Republican – Wendy Long
Conservative – Wendy
Long
Working Families –
Kirsten E. Gillibrand
Independence – Kirsten
E. Gillibrand
Green – Colia Clark
Libertarian – Chris Edes
Common Sense – John
Mangelli

STATE SUPREME
COURT JUSTICE, 9th
Judicial District - Vote for
any THREE
Democratic – Gerald E.
Loehr
Democratic – Maria Rosa
Democratic – Sandra
Sciortino
Republican – Noreen
Calderin
Republican – Carl Chu
Republican – John LaCava
Conservative – Noreen
Calderin
Conservative – Maria
Rosa
Conservative – John
LaCava
Working Families – Gerald
E. Loehr
Working Families – Maria
Rosa
Working Families – Rory
I. Lancman
Independence – Gerald E.
Loehr
Independence – Maria
Rosa
Independence – John
LaCava

REPRESENTATIVE IN
CONGRESS, 18th District
-Vote for ONE
Democratic – Sean Patrick
Maloney
Republican – Nan
Hayworth
Conservative – Nan
Hayworth
Working Families – Sean
Patrick Maloney

STATE SENATOR, 40th
District -Vote for ONE
Democratic – Justin R.
Wagner
Republican – Gregory R.
Ball
Conservative – Gregory
R. Ball
Working Families – Justin
R. Wagner
Independence – Gregory
R. Ball
Green – Justin R. Wagner

STATE SENATOR, 41st
District -Vote for ONE
Democratic – Terry W.
Gipson
Republican – Stephen M.
Saland
Conservative – Neil A.
DiCarlo
Working Families – Terry
W. Gipson
Independence – Stephen
M. Saland

MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY,
94th District -Vote for ONE
Democratic – Andrew I.
Falk
Republican – Stephen
Katz
Conservative – Stephen
Katz
Working Families –
Andrew I. Falk
Independence – Stephen
Katz

MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY,

95th District -Vote for ONE
Democratic – Sandra R.
Galef
Republican – Kim Izzarelli
Conservative – Kim
Izzarelli
Independence – Sandra
R. Galef

COUNTY CORONER – 4
Year Term - Vote for ONE
Republican – Daniel M.
Stephens, II
Conservative - Daniel M.
Stephens, II

COUNTY CORONER – 3
Year Term - Vote for ONE
Republican – Hari P.
Chakravorty

Conservative – Hari P.
Chakravorty

COUNTY CORONER – 2
Year Term - Vote for ONE
Republican – Michael J.
Nesheiwat
Conservative – Michael J.
Nesheiwat

COUNTY LEGISLATOR,
1st District -Vote for ONE
Democratic – Stephen M.
Rosario
Republican – Barbara
Scuccimarra
Conservative – Barbara
Scuccimarra
Independence – Barbara
Scuccimarra

COUNTY LEGISLATOR,
4th District -Vote for ONE
Democratic – Luz G.
Shulgin
Republican – Ginny
Nacerino
Conservative – Ginny
Nacerino
Independence – Ginny
Nacerino
We the People – Luz G.
Shulgin

COUNTY LEGISLATOR,
6th District -Vote for ONE
Democratic – Cathie
Sloat

Republican – Roger S.
Gross
Conservative – Roger S.
Gross
Independence – Roger S.
Gross

COUNTY LEGISLATOR,
7th District -Vote for ONE
Democratic – Paul Morini
Republican – Joseph F.
Castellano
Conservative – Joseph F.
Castellano
Independence/We the
People – Paul Morini

TOWN OF CARMEL
TOWN JUSTICE -Vote
for ONE
Republican - Joseph J.
Spofford, Jr.
Conservative - Joseph J.
Spofford, Jr.

TOWN OF PHILIPSTOWN
TOWN JUSTICE -Vote
for ONE
Democratic – Alan Steiner
Independence – Alan
Steiner

TOWN OF PUTNAM
VALLEY
COUNCILMAN
(Unexpired Term) -Vote
for ONE
Democratic – Louis N.
Luongo
Republican - Louis N.
Luongo
Working Families – Louis
N. Luongo

TOWN OF SOUTHEAST
COUNCILMAN
(Unexpired Term) -Vote
for ONE
Republican – Edwin
Alvarez
Independence – Edwin
Alvarez

BREWSTER VILLAGE
OFFICES
VILLAGE TRUSTEE
-Vote for any TWO
Independence – Tom J.
Boissonnault
A Better Brewster – Tom
J. Boissonnault
A Better Brewster – Mary
C. Bryde

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF FOREIGN
LLC
BRANCH SUPPORT
SERVICES, LLC, a
Delaware LLC registered
with NYSDOS on 9/7/12.
Jurisdiction is Kent County,
DE, organized 2/16/11.
Office is in Putnam County,
NY, at 100 Watchtower
Drive, Patterson, NY 12563.
NYSDOS is designated as
agent of LLC upon whom
process may be served.
The NYSDOS shall mail
process to 100 Watchtower
Drive, Patterson, NY 12563.
A Jurisdiction office is
maintained at 10 Bay Circle,
Dover, DE 19904. Certificate
of Formation filed with State
of Delaware, P.O. Box 898,
Dover, DE 19903. Purpose
is any lawful act or activity.

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF FORMATION
OF LIMITED LIABILITY
COMPANY. NAME:
KRAVLT, LLC.
Articles of Organization
were filed with the Secretary
of State of New York SSNY)
on 10/09/12. Office location:
Putnam County. SSNY has
been designated as agent of
the LLC upon whom process
against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail a copy of
process to the LLC, 104-
40 Queens Boulevard, Suite
18D, Forest Hills, New York
11375. Purpose: For any
lawful purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of formation of
Limited Liability Company
(“LLC”) Name: Design On
Style, LLC. Articles of
Organization filed with the
Secretary of State of New
York (“SSNY”) on October
1st, 2012. Office Location:
Putnam County. The “SSNY”
is designated as agent of the
“LLC” upon whom process
against it may be served.
“SSNY” shall mail a copy
of any process to the LLC
at: 760 Indian Brook Road,
Garrison, NY. Purpose: Any
and all activities for which
a limited liability company
may be lawfully engaged in
under the laws of the State
of New York. The LLC was
formed by Elisabeth Booth,
760 Indian Brook Road,
Garrison, NY.

LEGAL NOTICE
The Village of Cold Spring
Historic District Review
Board will hold a public
hearing on the Butterfield
Realty LLC (Butterfield
Hospital site) application
for the proposed demolition
of the former Butterfield
Hospital building on
Wednesday, November
7, 2012 at 8:00 pm in the
Village Hall, 85 Main St.
Cold Spring. All interested
parties are encouraged to
attend and be heard.
Dated: October 16, 2012
Al Zgolinski, Chairman
Village of Cold Spring
HDRB

LEGALNOTICE
NOTICE OF FORMATION
of CUBOCTAHEDRON
ENGINEERING, PLLC.
Arts. Of Org. filed with
Secy. of State of NY
(SSNY) on 9/20/12. Office
location: Putnam County.
SSNY designated as agent
of LLC of whom process
against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail process to
principal business location:
c/o Andrew D. Mueller-
Lust, 93 Jaycox Road, Cold
Spring, N.Y. 10516. Purpose:
practice the profession of
Engineering.

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice of Formation of
RIVER ARCHITECTS,
PLLC, a Professional
Limited Liability Company.
Arts. Of Org. filed with
the SSNY on 09/05/2012.
Office Location: Putnam
County.
SSNY has been designated
as agent upon whom process
against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail a copy of
process to: C/O RIVER
ARCHITECTS PLLC, 8
Marion Ave Ste 3, Cold
Spring, NY 10516.
Purpose: Architecture

LEGAL NOTICE
OAPP, LLC Articles of
Org. filed NY Sec. of State
(SSNY) 9/28/12. Office in
Putnam Co. SSNY desig.
agent of LLC upon whom
process may be served.
SSNY shall mail copy of
process to 1602 Route 9,
Garrison, NY 10524, which
is also the principal business
location. Purpose: Any
lawful purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF MEETING
PUTNAM COUNTY IDA
WILL MEET ON
TUESDAY,
OCTOBER 30, 2012
5:00 P.M.
Meeting will be held at
34 Gleneida Avenue
Carmel, NY 10512
By Order of:
Kevin Bailey
Chairman

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF FORMATION
of 95 MURRAY LLC. Art. of
Org. filed w/Secy. of State
of NY (SSNY) on 2/23/12.
Office location: Putnam
County. SSNY designated as
agent for service of process.
SSNY shall mail process to:
7014 13 Ave. #202, Bklyn,
NY 11228. Purpose: Any
lawful activity.

legal notice
SUMMARY NOTICE OF
BOND SALE
$6,446,535
COUNTY OF PUTNAM,
NEW YORK
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT
(SERIAL) BONDS, 2012
(BOOK ENTRY ONLY)
(CALLABLE)

Proposals will be received
and considered by the County
Treasurer of the County of
Putnam, New York, via
iPreo’s Parity Electronic
Bids Submission System
(“Parity”) or by facsimile
transmission at (315) 752-
0057, at the Office of Fiscal
Advisors & Marketing, Inc.,
120 Walton Street, Suite 600,
Syracuse, New York 13039,
until 11:30 A.M., Prevailing
Time, on the 1st day of
November, 2012, at which
time and place the bids will
be opened, for the purchase
IN FEDERAL FUNDS at not
less than par and accrued
interest of $6,446,535
Public Improvement (Serial)
Bonds, 2012, of said County,
dated November 21, 2012,
with interest thereon
payable on November 15,
2013 and semi annually
thereafter on May 15 and
November 15, and maturing
November 15 as follows:

Year Amount*
2014 $421,535
2015 430,000
2016 440,000
2017 450,000
Year Amount*
2018 $465,000
2019 475,000
2020 490,000
2021 505,000**
Year Amount*
2022 $520,000**
2023 535,000**
2024 555,000**
2025 570,000**
2026 590,000**
* Subject to adjustment by
the County to accomplish
level debt.

** Callable maturities.
THE COUNTY RESERVES
THE RIGHT TO CHANGE
THE TIME AND/OR DATE
FOR THE OPENING OF
BIDS. NOTICE OF ANY
SUCH CHANGE SHALL
BE PROVIDED NOT LESS
THAN 1 HOUR PRIOR TO
THE TIME SET FORTH
ABOVE FOR THE OPENING
OF BIDS BY MEANS
OF A SUPPLEMENTAL
NOTICE OF SALE TO BE
TRANSMITTED OVER
THE TM3.
Each bid, accompanied
by a $128,930 deposit by
certified or cashier’s check
or Financial Surety Bond in
the amount of $128,930 as
more fully described in the
Notice of Bond Sale, must
be for all of said $6,446,535
bonds. The award will be
made based upon net interest
cost. The purchaser will be
furnished, without cost, the
approving legal opinion as
to the validity of the bonds
of Orrick, Herrington &
Sutcliffe LLP, New York,
New York, Bond Counsel.
Electronic bids for the
Bonds may be submitted via
iPreo’s PARITY Electronic
Bid System on November
1, 2012 until 11:30 A.M.,
Eastern Time, pursuant to
the full Notice of Sale. No
other form of electronic
bidding services will be
accepted.
Bidders must refer to the
complete Notice of Sale for
the terms and conditions of
the sale. To obtain copies
of the complete Notice of
Bond Sale, Bid Form, and
the Official Statement
of the County, please
contact Fiscal Advisors &
Marketing, Inc., Telephone:
(315) 752-0051, telecopier:
(315) 752-0057. Additional
Official Statements may be
downloaded from Fiscal
Advisors & Marketing,
Inc's Internet address: http://
www.fiscaladvisors.com.
Dated: Carmel, New York,
October 19, 2012.
William J. Carlin, Jr.
County Treasurer

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