Legals 07.07.11

NOTICE
    Notice of formation of limited liability company. Name: 134 East Street LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 4/14/11. Office location: Suffolk County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a coy of process to the LLC. c/o James L. Campbell, 22 Maple Lane, East Hampton, N.Y. 11937. Purpose: for any lawful purpose.
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­NOTICE
    NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: REEL CRAZY FISHING, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 05/23/11. Office location: Suffolk 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, 12 Fort Pond Boulevard, Easthampton, New York 11937. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.
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NOTICE
    Notification of formation of Summer Sessions LLC  Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York  SSNY on 5/19/2011. Office located in Suffolk County. SSNY has been designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail copy of any process served against the LLC PO Box 3275 East Hampton NY 11937 Purpose: Provide recreational and educational eco-tours.
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NOTICE
    Notice of formation of Freen Films, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of the State of New York (SSNY) on 2/11/2011. Office: Suffolk County. SSNY designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail any process served against the LLC to: 68 Accabonac Road, East Hampton, NY 11937. Purpose: Any lawful activity.
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NOTICE
    S.E.B. REALTY CORPORATION, a New York State Corporation: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon Plaintiffs’ attorney, MacLACHLAN & EAGAN LLP, 241 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, New York 11937, an Answer to the Verified Complaint in this action within twenty (20) days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of service, or within thirty (30) days after service is complete if this Summons is not personally delivered to you within the State of New York. In case of your failure to answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Verified Complaint. The basis of the venue designated is the location of the Defendant’s property. Plaintiffs are seeking a determination pursuant to Article 5 and Article 15 of the New York State Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law that Plaintiffs have adversely possessed the S.E.B. Property located at Napeague Harbor Road, Amagansett, NY 11930 (SCTM#: 0300-110.00-02.00-024.000) in an actual, hostile, exclusive, open, notorious and continuous manner, under a claim of right, for a period of at least ten (10) years.
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LOCAL
PUBLIC
NOTICE

    On June 20, 2011, CSI Media Research filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for a new FM station at Montauk New York.  The application proposes to operate the new station as a Class A FM broadcast station on frequency 94.9 MHz from a transmitter site located at 41° 1’ 52” North latitude and 71° 58’ 34” West longitude.  The application proposes to operate the station with a power of 5.2 kW at an antenna height of 109 meters above average terrain.  John Fuller is the sole proprietor of CSI Media Research.  A copy of the application and related materials are available for public inspection during regular business hours at the public inspection file located at The East Hampton Town Clerks annex located at, 240 Edgemere Street in Montauk.
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BID FOR
UNIFORM
CLEANING
SERVICES FOR THE POLICE,
DISPATCHING & CODE
ENFORCEMENT DEPARTMENTS

    Sealed Bids will be received by the Village Administrator of the Inc. Village of East Hampton, 86 Main Street, East Hampton, NY until 2:00 P.M., Tuesday, the 19th day of July, 2011 for uniform cleaning services for the East Hampton Village Police, Dispatching & Code Enforcement  Departments. 
    Specifications can be obtained in person at the Village Administrator’s Office, 86 Main Street, East Hampton, New York Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M, or call 631-324-4150. 
    Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope at the above address and shall be marked “Sealed Bid”.  Bids must also be accompanied by a non-collusion clause.
    The Village reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
Dated: June 17, 2011
By Order of the BOARD OF TRUS­TEES, Inc. Village of East Hampton, LARRY CANTWELL, Village Administrator
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NOTICE TO
BIDDERS

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT  the  Village Administrator of the Inc. Village of East Hampton will be accepting Sealed Bids until 2:00 P.M. on Monday,  the  19th day of   July, 2011, at his office at Village Hall, 86 Main Street, East Hampton, NY for Uniforms for the Police Department.
    Specifications for said Uniforms may be obtained from the Village Administrator’s Office, 86 Main Street, East Hampton, New York, between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday except Holidays.  
    All bids submitted must be marked “Sealed Bid”, and must be accompanied by a Non-Collusion Clause.
    The right is reserved to reject any and all bids.
Dated: June 17, 2011
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF TRUS­TEES, INC. VILLAGE OF EAST HAMPTON
LARRY CANTWELL, VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR
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BID FOR
VARIOUS
MEDICAL
SUPPLIES

    Sealed Bids will be received by the Village Administrator of the Inc. Village of East Hampton, 86 Main Street, East Hampton, NY until 2:00 P.M., Tuesday, the 19th day of July, 2011, for various medical supplies for the East Hampton Village Ambulance Association.
    A list of the various medical supplies with specifications can be obtained at the Village Administrator’s Office, 86 Main Street, East Hampton, New York Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.  
    Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope at the above address and shall be marked “Sealed Bid”.  Bids must also be accompanied by a non-collusion clause.  Bids must be submitted on the form provided.  Where specific items are requested substitutes will not be acceptable. 
    The Village reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
Dated: June 17, 2011
By Order of the BOARD OF TRUS­TEES, Inc. Village of East Hampton, LARRY CANTWELL, Village Administrator
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NOTICE
    NOTICE OF FORMATION, Blue Plate Special.com, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 5/2/2011. Office location: Suffolk County. SSNY designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail copies of any process served against the LLC to c/o: THE LLC, 23 Sunnywoods Drive, Huntington Station, NY 11746. Purpose: any lawful purpose or activity.
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NOTICE OF
PUBLIC
HEARING

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Hampton will hold a public hearing on the 29th day of July, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. at the Emergency Services Building, One Cedar Street, East Hampton, New York, at which time all persons interested will be heard with respect to “A Local Law adding Chapter 231 (Retail Checkout Bags) to add a prohibition against the provision of plastic checkout bags to customers by establishments engaged in retail sales.”
INTRODUCTORY #FOUR-2011
LOCAL LAW NO. __/2011
    A Local Law adding Chapter 231 (Retail Checkout Bags) to add a prohibition against the provision of plastic checkout bags to customers by establishments engaged in retail sales.
    BE IT ENACTED by the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Hampton as follows:
    SECTION I.   Legislative Intent.  The purpose of this Chapter is to improve the environment in the Village of East Hampton by encouraging the use of reusable checkout bags and banning the use of plastic bags for retail checkout of purchased goods.  Discarded disposable bags pollute our open spaces and our beaches, harm and kill wildlife and aquatic species, clog storm drains resulting in localized flooding, and end up as debris in our ocean and ponds.  Retail establishments are encouraged to make reusable bags available for sale.
    SECTION II.  The Code of the Village of East Hampton is hereby amended to add Chapter 231 as follows (text to be added is underlined):
    Chapter 231
    RETAIL CHECKOUT BAGS
    ß231-1. Definitions.
    As used in this article, the following terms shall have the indicated meanings:
    CHECKOUT BAG - means a carryout bag that is provided to a customer at the point of sale.  The term  checkout bag  does not include plastic produce bags or plastic bags measuring 28  by 36  or larger in size. 
    PLASTIC PRODUCE BAG - means a flexible container made of very thin plastic material with a single opening that is used to transport produce, meats or other items selected by the customers to the point of sale.
    RETAIL SALES -means the transfer to a customer of goods in exchange for payment occurring in retail stores, sidewalk sales, farmers  markets, flea markets and restaurants.  The term  retail sales  does not include sales of goods at yard sales, tag sales, other sales by residents at their home, and sales by non-profit organizations.
    RECYCLABLE PAPER BAG - means a paper bag that should have the following characteristics:  (1) contains no old growth fiber, (2) is 100% recyclable overall and contains a minimum of 40% post-consumer recycled content, and (3) displays the words  Reusable  or  Recyclable  on the outside of the bag.
    REUSABLE BAG -means a bag with handles that is specifically designed and manufactured for multiple reuse and is (1) made of cloth or other fabric, and/or (2) made of durable plastic that is at least 2.25 mils thick.
    ß231-2. Restriction on Checkout Bags.
    A. Any person engaged in retail sales shall provide only reusable bags and/or recyclable paper bags as checkout bags to customers.  Persons engaged in retail sales are prohibited from providing  checkout bags  to customers.
    B. Nothing in this section shall preclude persons engaged in retail sales from making reusable bags available for sale to customers.
    ß231-3. Operative Date.
    The restriction set forth in ß231-2 shall become operative six months following the date of enactment of the local law adding this article to this chapter, so as to allow retail establishments a period of time within which to dispose of their existing inventory of plastic checkout bags and convert to alternative packaging materials.
    ß231-4. Penalties for Offenses.
    Any person committing an offense against any provision of this article shall, upon conviction thereof, be guilty of a violation pursuant to the Penal Law of the State of New York, punishable by a fine not exceeding $1,000.00 or by imprisonment for a term not exceeding 15 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.  The continuation of an offense against the provisions of this article shall constitute, for each day the offense is continued, a separate and distinct offense hereunder.
    Section IV.  SEVERABILITY.
    If any section or subsection, paragraph, clause, phrase or provision of this law shall be adjudged invalid or held unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, any judgment made thereby shall not affect the validity of this law as a whole or any part thereof other than the part or provision so adjudged to be invalid or unconstitutional.
    SECTION V.  EFFECTIVE DATE
    This local law shall take effect upon filing with the Secretary of State pursuant to the Municipal Home Rule Law.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OFEAST HAMPTON
By:  Larry Cantwell,
Village Administrator
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NOTICE OF
SALE

    SUPREME COURT:  SUFFOLK COUNTY.  RUSHMORE CAPITAL PARTNERS, LLC, STERNVEST CAPITAL, L.L.C. AND CLAIRVEST CORPORATION, Pltf. vs. ARMONK HOLDINGS, INC., et al, Defts. Index #10-40817.  Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure and sale dated June 17, 2011, I will sell at public auction on the front steps of East Hampton Town Hall, 159 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton, NY on July 28, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. prem. k/a 17 Ocean Blvd., East Hampton, NY.  Said property located on the northerly side of Willow St. distant 220 ft. westerly from the corner formed by the intersection of the northerly side of Willow St. with the westerly side of Cedar Dr., being a plot 200 ft. x 120 ft.  Approx. amt. of judgment is $453,049.98 plus costs and interest.  Sold subject to terms and conditions of filed judgment and terms of sale.  GABRIELLE M. WEGLEIN, Referee.  JAY L. YACKOW, Atty. For pltf., 1400 Old Country Rd., Westbury, NY.  #80039
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NOTICE OF
HEARING

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Incorporated Village of East Hampton will hold a public meeting at the Emergency Services Building, One Cedar Street, East Hampton, New York, on Friday, July 22, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. on the following application and to conduct such other business as may come before the Board:
    Application of Mark and Candy Udell, SCTM #301-9-1-9.17, for an Area Variance to allow additions to the existing residence resulting in a total gross floor area of 7,318 square feet where the maximum gross floor area permitted in accordance with Section 278-3.A.(9) is 5,279 square feet.  The gross floor area of the residence is 5,856 square feet and is lawfully preexisting and nonconforming.  The proposed expansion will add 811 square feet to the first floor and 651 square feet to the second floor for a combined increase of 1,462 square feet.  The subject property is 42,792 square feet in area and is located at 20 Pondview Lane in Residence District R-80.  This project is classified as a Type II Action in accordance with SEQR.
    
    Said Zoning Board of Appeals will at said time and place hear all persons who wish to be heard in connection with the application.  Interested parties may be heard in person, by agent, or by attorney.
Dated:  June 30, 2011
By Order of Andrew E. Goldstein, Chairman
Zoning Board of Appeals, Inc. Village of East Hampton
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NOTICE TO
BIDDERS

    Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the following contract will be received by the Purchasing Agent of the Town of East Hampton, at the Purchasing Department Office, 159 Pantigo Road East Hampton, New York no later than 3:00 p.m. prevailing time on Monday July 18, 2011 at which time they will be opened and publicly read aloud: Transportation & Disposal of Construction & Demolition Debris Bid No. EH11-016
    Specifications may be examined and obtained at the Office of the Purchasing Agent between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
    The Town of East Hampton reserves the right to reject and declare invalid any or all bids and to waive any informalities or irregularities in the proposals received, all in the best interests of the Town.
    Each proposal must be submitted on the forms provided in the bid package, in a sealed envelope with the name of the bidder, and the bid name marked clearly on the outside of the envelope. A Certificate of Non-Collusion must accompany all bid submissions.
Jeanne Carroza, CPPB
Purchasing Agent
Town Of East Hampton, July 7, 2011
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NOTICE TO
BIDDERS

    Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the following purchase will be received by the Purchasing Agent of the Town of East Hampton, at the Purchasing Department Office,  Town Hall 159 Pantigo Road East Hampton, New York no later than 2:00 p.m. prevailing time on Monday July 18, 2011 at which time they will be opened and publicly read aloud: Supply & Delivery of Bread Re-Bid II Bid No. EH11-015
    Specifications may be examined and obtained at the Office of the Purchasing Agent between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
    The Town of East Hampton reserves the right to reject and declare invalid any or all bids and to waive any informalities or irregularities in the proposals received, all in the best interests of the Town.
    Each proposal must be submitted on the forms provided in the bid package, in a sealed envelope with the name of the bidder, and the bid name marked clearly on the outside of the envelope. A Certificate of Non-Collusion must accompany all bid submissions.
Jeanne Carroza, CPPB
Purchasing Agent
Town Of East Hampton, July 7, 2011
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NOTICE
    RESOLUTION DATED JUNE 28, 2011 REGARDING THE TAKING OF SOFT CLAMS IN NAPEAGUE AND THREE MILE HARBORS      
    The following Resolution was unanimously adopted by the Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the Town of East Hampton:     
    WHEREAS, Section 213-10(B) of the Town Code prohibits the taking of shellfish in any manner other than by hand power; and     
    WHEREAS, Section 213-16(B) of the Town Code prohibits the taking of soft clams between May 1 and August 31 of each year; and     
    WHEREAS, Section 213-18 of the Town Code recognizes the Trustees’ authority to vary the methods, equipment and permissible dates for the taking of shellfish in such areas as the Trustees shall designate; and     
    WHEREAS, the East Hampton Town Baymen’s Association has requested that the Trustees authorize the taking of soft clams by holders of Commercial Shellfish Permits from portions of Napeague and Three Mile Harbors by the method known as “churning” or “powering”; and     
    WHEREAS, in 1993 the Trustees received a similar request and, by Memorandum dated 6/1/93, the East Hampton Town Director of Natural Resources advised the Trustees that “churning” will result in very little impact of a harmful and/or serious nature and that it is quite possible that sets of bivalves in the target area will be enhanced as the “churning” impacts will tend to reduce predator populations (e.g., lady crabs) more than prey, or harvestable, bivalve populations; and
    WHEREAS, the Trustees have authorized the taking soft clams by “powering” or “churning” during the summer months on a number of occasions since 1993 and those experiences have demonstrated that “powering” or “churning” is not detrimental to the shellfish population or the environment and is beneficial to the economic well-being of those who rely upon town waters for their livelihoods.      
    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED 1. Notwithstanding the permissible dates, and methods for the taking of soft clams set forth in Sections 213-10(B) and 213-6(B) of the Town Code, the Trustees hereby designate and approve the following Special Season and Designated Areas for the harvesting of soft clams by the method known as “churning” or “powering” on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays during the period commencing July 1, 2011 and ending September 15, 2011 inclusive: Napeague Harbor:      
    a) The southerly portion of Napeague Harbor defined as that portion of the Harbor below the low tide line lying southwest of a line extending from the southeast corner of Crassen Boulevard to a point 100 yards east of the Art Barge.      
    b) The area lying within 500’ south of Hicks Island from the east channel to the west channel. Three Mile Harbor:     
    a) The area lying within 100’ of the western shore, between Boys Harbor dock and Island Road.
    2. Only persons who possess a valid “Commercial License for the Taking of Shellfish from Town Lands” shall be eligible to participate in the special season described in Paragraph 1. The special season shall be subject to such conditions, rules and regulations as the Trustees shall impose thereon.
    3. The special season shall authorize the taking of soft clams by the technique known as “churning” or “powering” with a propeller and only on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between July 1, 2011 and September 15, 2011 during daylight hours only. No other method of taking is authorized. Soft clams may not be taken from any areas other than those specified in Paragraph 1.
    4. No person shall take more than three (3) bushels of soft clams per day from the any or all of the areas described in Paragraph 1. All clams so taken shall be placed in either wire or plastic bushel baskets. No person shall possess any quantity of soft clams that do not fit flush within said baskets.
    5. Any boat containing soft clams in Napeague or Three Mile Harbors on days when “churning” or “powering” is permitted, shall be subject to inspection by the Trustees or their representative.
    6. No vehicle may traverse the Trustee beach surrounding Napeague Harbor west of the line described in Paragraph 1 if it carries more than 1/4 bushel of soft clams, and or transports scoops, baskets, rakes or nets mounted on hoops.      
    AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, this Resolution shall take effect upon the filing of the same with East Hampton Town Clerk and posting as set forth in Section 213-18 of the Town Code, and shall expire on Sept. 15, 2011.
TRUSTEES OF THE FREEHOLDERS AND                         COMMONALTY OF THE TOWN OF EAST HAMPTON                          DIANE E. McNALLY, Clerk

 

SUMMONS AND
NOTICE OF
OBJECT OF
ACTION

    STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT:COUNTY OF SUFFOLK CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC, a/k/a Chase Manhattan Bank a/k/a Chase Manhattan Bank, NA a/k/a The Chase Manhattan Bank a/k/a Chase Home Mortgage Corporation a/k/a JP Morgan Chase Banka/k/a JP Morgan Chase Bank,NA a/k/a Chemical Bank Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE M ACKERSON, Et, Al.Defendant(s). INDEX NO.: 15300/07 TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned to answer the Complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer, or, if the Complaint is not served with this Summons, to serve a notice of appearance, on the Plaintiff(s) attorney(s) within twenty days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of service (or within 30 days after the service is complete if this Summons is not personally delivered to you within the State of New York). In case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint.The Attorney for Plaintiff has an office for business in the County of Erie.Trial to be held in the County of Suffolk.The basis of the venue designated above is the location of the Mortgaged Premises.Dated this 20th day of June, 2011,Steven J. Baum, P.C.Attorney(s) For Plaintiff(s) 220 Northpointe Parkway Suite G Amherst, NY14228
    TO: GEORGE M ACKERSON, GAIL R. ACKERSON, JAMES ALBANESE, ANGELA RAMIREZ, THOMAS C. AUGUSTOWSKI JR, BRETT BACHMAN, JANET BACHMAN, SHARON LYNNDAFFNER aka SHARON BAKES, THOMAS H. BALACKI, SU­ZANNE L. BALACKI, JESUS M BAR­DEGUEZ, JOANNE  BAR­DEGUEZ, STEVEN BAUVER, ROBIN BAUVER, DONALD BERMAN, ROBERTA BERMAN META BERNSTEIN, ERIC P BIAGI, SUZETTE BIAGI, PATRICIA BOCK, JOSEPH BOCK, CRAIG D. BOEHNER, FREDERICK BOSSERT, MADELEINE BOSSERT, JOHN P BRADLEY, ROSA BRADLEY, PETER BRANCIFORTE, BONNIE BRESALIER, SCOTT M. BRESALIER, JOSEPH J BRESLIN, CHERYL M. BRESLIN, EDWARD A. BROWN, ANNMARIE BROWN, DOUGLAS P. BROWNE, KAREN K. BROWNE, MONA BRYAN, KENNETH BRYAN, RICHARD W. BUCKHEIT, DIANA L. BUCKHEIT, EREC B. BURGESS, ANN V. BURGESS, SCOTT BURNBAUM, JEAN BURNBAUM, JANE D CAHILL, JOSEPH B CALANDRINO, DENISE CALANDRINO, GEORGE M CAMPBELL, KERRY A. CAMPBELL, ANTHONY S. CAPRI, LISA M.CAPRI, MANMIT CHADHA aka MANMIT S CHADHA, NAVELLA CHADHA, DIANA CLEMENTE,RAYMOND COCCIA, ARLENE COCCIA, IRVIN COLON, INEZ A. COLON, ROBERT P COMBA, ANNMARIE COMBA, THOMAS A COOK, PATRICIA L. COOK, JOSEPHINE COREY, GEORGE RCORNELL, DONNA L. D’ANDREA, LYNN A CORSO, SCOTT L CORWIN, ELIZABETH CORWIN, LYNDA A. COSTELLO, DEBRA S CRANE, DONNA A CULLEN, JOHN G. CULLEN, RICHARD ADANZIG, MICHELLE DAVI, JOHN P. DAVI JR, WILLIAM J DAVIS IV, MICHELLE DAVIS, JAMES DOUGHERTY, PATRICIA DOUGHERTY, ROBERT C DROM­ERHAUSER, MARY K.DROMERHAUSER, ROBERT A DUNN, MARLA BECKER DUNN, TERRY DURHAM, VALERIA BRYANT, WILLIAM M DYMOND, ROSEMARIE DYMOND, JOHN  EHRHART, DAWN EHRHART, MARK S ELUTO, BARBARA EULTO, JOHN ERICSON HEYKE IV, HERBERTERNEST, IRENE ERNEST, ANTHONY S FARRINGTON, KATHERINE FARRINGTON, CYNTHIA AFIORE, DAVID FORLANO DDS, KAREN FORLANO, PAULA A FRANCIS, BERNARD FRANCIS, RICHARD J. FRANKLIN, JOANNE FRANKLIN,  MI­CHAEL FRIEDMAN, EILEEN FRIEDMAN, RIINA FRIEDRICH, ALFONSO FRIERSON III, SCOTT O FRYCEK, DANI­ELLE FRYCEK, NICHOLAS A GAMASTA, JAMES A. GANNON, KAREN A. GANNON, THOMAS A GARGIULO, JEANNE GARGIULO, ALVIN R GAY, SHEILA GAY, PHILIP P. GEHA, LINDA H. GEHA, JUNE GERMANN, MATTHEW GERMANN, NICHOLAS GIODANO, RUSSELL GIUFFRIDA, CHRISTINA GIUFFRIDA, NICHOLAS GIURICICH, HELEN GIURICICH, ALBERT A GLUTZ, BRENDA SHELLEY GLUTZ, DENNIS GORDON, ELIZABETH GORDON, TIMOTHY P GOSS, PATRICIA J. GOSS, THOMAS GRABOW, SAMANTHA GRABOW, M. PERRY GRANT, LARS GUSTAFSON, JILL GUSTAFSON, WILLIAM J HACKETT, MADELAINE D. HACKET, CHARLES HARKIN, DEBRA HARMON, DEAN K HEARN, SONYA L. HEARN, DONALD R HEHIR JR, LAURA E. HEHIR, ROBERT D HELLER III, DENEEN HELLER, DAVID W. HERNANDEZ, ROBERT E. HERRMANN, SUSANNA F. BUTLER, KATHY HIN, RUSSELL L HIRSCHHORN, JILLS. HIRSCH­HORN, ROBERT HOLDEN, JOANNE HOLDEN, ELEANOR HOSEK, JOHN A. HOSEK,TREVOR HOUGH, KIM HURST-HOUGH, SUZANNE HOVA, STANLEY JERYGA, MARA LAUVA, SHAUN JOHNSON, LOWELL E. JONES, DEBORAH GRIFFIN JONES, RUTH A JURUSIK aka RUTH A JURUSIK, CHESTER JURUSIK, PRASAD KAMBHAMPATY, RAMA KAMBHAMPATY, FREDERICK KAMERER, CAROL KAMERER, RASHID KAREEM, STEVEN J KARPOWICZ, DONALD KEARNS, ELIZABETH H. KEARNS, KEITH M. KELSKEY, SHARON K. KELSKEY, RO­BERT E.KIFER, LINDA KIFER, BRIAN J. KLETCHKA, NOELLE C. KLETCHKA, VOLKMAN KOEHLER,HEIDI KOEHLER, DAVID JACOB KRAUS, BARRY N. KREIS­WIRTH, STACY KREISWIRTH, SALVATORE J LA SCALA, FRANK LANDRIO, NICOLE LANDRIO, PAUL LASCALA, CHRISTOPHER P LAWLOR, DESPINA EVANGEL LAWLOR, CAROLINE R INGRAM ak/a CAROLINE R. LAZZARUOLO, CHRISTINE LEBCI, MAHMET LEBCI, GERALD GLEIBOWITZ, HEIDI LEIBOWITZ, NIR LEVY, KAREN LEVY, DANIEL R LONG, JOANNE LONG, ROBERT LYONS, ALAN MACCARY, VIVIAN M. MAHL, SUSAN L MALLON, JOHN MALONE, MAUREEN MALONE, GLENN W. MANDLER, PETER S. MATTIACE, DANIEL P MCCARTHY, CHRISTINA MCCARTHY, SHARON ANN MCCOBB, BRIAN MCCURDY, ELIZABETH DUANE MCCURDY, SCOTT MCLEAN, GINA E. MCLEAN, NEIL F. MCNEIL, KAREN MCNEIL,DENNIS J MCWILLIAMS, ELLEN MCWILLIAMS, VIRGILIO MENDOZA, FLORENCIA D. MENDOZA, SHARON D. MERCER, ALLEN K. MERRILL aka ALLEN MERRILL, GWENDOLYN MERRILL, RANDALL F MICHAELS, CAROLYN K. MI­CHAELS, ROBERT J. MILLER, ANNE J MILNE, JACOB OJITO, MARY B MINKOFF, WARREN J. MOLINO, MARIE A MONGIARDO, JOHN P MONTGOMERY, KAREN M. MONTGOMERY, ROBERT A. NEGRIN, WILLIAM H.HORNSBY, ROY P NEMERSON, LISA L. NEMERSON, JOHN T NEWTON, CATHALENE NEWTON,MARTIN NIERENBERG, ROSEMARY NIERENBERG, FAUSTO M NUNEZ, JUANA NUNEZ, KEVIN O’BRIEN, JOYCE O’BRIEN, LUIS ORE, LINDA DEPINTO, JOYCE A PALAZZOLO, FRANK PALAZZO, VINCENT A. PECORARO, LOIS S. PECORARO,  MICHAEL T PELLERITO, LISA M.PELLERITO, ALBERT W. PENCE, SUSANNA MILLER-PENCE, STEPHEN J PERCIBALLI, DE­NISE L. PER­CIBALLI, FRANK PIRRI, PATRICK E. POOLE, IGINA POOLE, VINCENT B.PRAINITO, KATHLEEN J. PRAINITO, CHRISTOPHER B PULITANO, DEBORAH A. PULITANO, RICHARD QUIGG, BARBARA A. QUIGG, NEIL B RANALDO, VICTORIA JOHNIDES, GREGORY REFF, ROBERT A REICH, JAMES REILLY, TINA REILLY, RICHARD RITTER, DIANERITTER, ROBERT ROBERTO, DEBRA A. ROBERTO, MATTHEW RODRIGUEZ, KAREN RODRIGUEZ, JOHN ROMANO, MARIE ROMANO, ROBERT RUGGIERO, JOAN RUGGIERO, JOHN RUSSELL, MICHELE POLIDORO-RUSSELL, RONALD D. RUTH, LINDA RUTH, EDUARDO SANCHEZ, SANTOS LEONOR SANCHEZ, FRANCES M. FOWLES, EDWARD J. FOWLES, FRANCIEL. FOWLES nka FRANCIE L. SANTANA DONNA SANZERI, LISA WILD, ANTHONY SCALICE,DONNA ELAYNA MAR­KIEWICZ, JOSEPH SCHENK III, ELINA MONTICCIOLO SCHENK, LOUIS SCHIAVETTA, PATRICIA SCHIAVETTA, DAVID M. SCHIFF, ARTHURJ SCHLESINGER, NAOMI J. SCHLE­SINGER, LARRY S. SCHRAM, JODI SCHRAM, BENSON J SCHULTZ, SUSAN SCHULTZ, ROBERT S. SCHWARTZ, DIANE SCHWARTZ, NEAL D SCHWEITZER, SUSAN SEIFF SCHWEITZER, KEVIN P SHAY, MARIE J. SHAY, JEROME SHIMONY, MARTELLE SHIMONY, BRUCE D. SIEGEL, LAURA SIKORSKI, LORENZO J. BRIEBA, LAURA SILVERSTEIN, STEVEN SILVERSTEIN, ADAM C. SIWEK, JOAN SIWEK,GERARD SMALDINO, JENNIE A. SMALDINO, SUNIL SOOD, PHILIP O SPAMPINATO, IRASPERLING, JULIE SPERLING, JAMES J SPIEGEL, BARBARA SPIEGEL, CHRISTOPHER J. STELMACH, LISA M. STELMACH, JEFFREY T. STERN, SHARON M. STERN, CONSTANTINE STEWART, CRISTINA P. ROXAS, PEPITO R. ROXAS, ROBERT S STRAUB, RO­CHELL­E STRAUB, JAMES M STUREK JR, REGINA STUREK, KEVIN M. SWEENEY, CYNTHIA SCHOOK, SWEENEY, EUGENE R TEAGUE, CHRISTINE E. TEAGUE, ROBERT F THIERWECHTER II, DOROTHY D. THIERWECHTER, ROBERT J TREUBERT, VERONICA TREUBERT, LAWRENCE M. UHRLASS, JAMES A. UNGER, SUSAN L. UNGER, HECTOR T URGARRIZA, KENNETH TVANBELL, DANA C. VANBELL, ANGELO A. VANELLA, HEATHER SCOPO, PHILIP A VARCASR, KATHLEEN VARCA, SANDRA VEERAPEN, SHARON M. VELTRE, JENNIFER LENCINA, SEBASTIANO VITELLI, JR., LAURIE A. VITELLI, CHARLES P WAHRHEIT, PATRICIA ANNC. WAHRHEIT, CHRISTOPHER WALKLEY, NANCY WALKLEY, WILLIAM K. WALSH, KATHLEEN A. WALSH, KURT WASSERMAN, AMANDA MEYERS, JEAN A WELLER, WILLIAM WEL­LER, JOHN J. WHALEN III, RICHARD WHITMAN, KATHLEEN WILEY, MICHAEL WILEY, THORNDIKE WILLIAMS JR, MARK WILLIAMSON, COLLETTE WILLIAMSON, RICHARD J. WISNIEWSKI, KELLY A. WISNIEWSKI, DAVID WOLMETZ, CAROLYN STEINMAN, HOSSEIN YAJADDA, SORAYA ZABIHI, JEFFREY D ZELENKA, BARBARA A. ZELEN, KALARRY ZINGER, SABRINAZINGER, ANDREW ZLOTNICK, OLIVIA CASSIN, ALESSANDRO CASSIN, JOHN DOE (Said name being fictitious, it being the intention of plaintiff to designate any and all occupants of premises being foreclosed herein, and any parties,corporations or entities, if any, having or claiming an interest or lien upon the mortgaged premises.), Defendant(s) In this Action.The foregoing Summons is served upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of HON. PETER FOX COHALAN of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, dated the 8th day of JUNE, 2011 and filed with the Complaint in the Office of the Suffolk County Clerk, in the City of Riverhead. ORDERED, that this unopposed motion by the Plaintiff, Chase Home Finance LLC et al., to reform certain land records within the Suffolk County Clerk‚s Office and expunge the erroneously filed satisfactions of mortgages on some 400 or so named defendants is hereby granted to the extent that the Court will conduct a hearing on July 252011 at 11:00 a.m. to personally hear from any aggrieved defendants who oppose the application to withdraw the alleged erroneous mortgage satisfaction filed. The plaintiff allegedly filed a numerous number of satisfactions of mortgages with the Suffolk County Clerk and is now by this application attempting to undo its error.The defendants number in the hundreds and therefore service of papers on these defendants seems impractical except as those where service pursuant to CPLR §308 was accomplished. Therefore, it is Ordered That the plaintiff file the above captioned action for one (1) day in both Long Island Newsday and in a local official paper in each of the 10 Towns of Suffolk County noticing the application to expunge the erroneously filed satisfactions of mortgages and advising of the date and place of the hearing before this Court on July 25, 2011 at 11:00. The plaintiff will provide proof of filing with the Court on the date of the hearing of publication in Newsday and one of the official town newspapers for each of the ten (10) towns of Suffolk County on Long Island, New York; and it is further ORDERED, that any defendant wishing to be heard by the Court may appear, either by an attorney or on his/her own behalf on the scheduled hearing date, for purposes of being heard as to why an Order should not be granted expunging the appearing defendant‚s own satisfaction of mortgage which was allegedly recorded erroneously in the Suffolk County Clerk’s Office, and for an Order granting any other relief requested in the plaintiff’s complaint; and it is further ORDERED that for all defendants purportedly served with a copy of the summons and complaint by personal service pursuant to CPLR §308 (1) or (2), the plaintiff shall promptly serve upon those defendants a copy of this Order by first class mail, and shall promptly thereafter file the affidavits of service with the Suffolk County Clerk; and it is further ORDERED that for all defendants purportedly served with a copy of the summons and complaint by CPLR §308 (1) or (2), the plaintiff shall promptly serve upon those defendants a copy of this Order and a copy of the summons and complaint by personal service pursuant to CPLR §308 (1), (2) or (4), and shall promptly thereafter file the affidavits of service with the Suffolk County Clerk; and it is further Upon proper service on those defendants appearing and of the publication of the hearing and if there is no opposition, the Court will sign an order provided by the plaintiff expunging the erroneously filed satisfactions of mortgage as to the defendants named in the caption. The plaintiff is directed to serve a copy of this Court’s order on the Suffolk County Clerk’s office within thirty days of receipt of a copy of this order as well as on the Court’s Calendar Clerk to ensure proper calendar entry on the Court‚s hearing calendar for July 25, 2011 at 11:00 a.m.The foregoing constitutes the decision of the Court. STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT : COUNTY OF SUFFOLK CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC, a/k/a Chase Manhattan Bank a/k/a Chase Manhattan Bank, NA a/k/a The Chase Manhattan Bank a/k/a Chase Home Mortgage Corporation a/k/a JP Morgan Chase Bank a/k/a JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA a/k/a Chemical Bank Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE M ACKERSON, GAIL R. ACKERSON, JAMES ALBANESE, ANGELA RAMIREZ,THOMAS C. AUGUSTOWSKI JR, BRETT BACHMAN, JANET BACHMAN, SHARON LYNNDAFFNE aka SHARON BAKES,THOMAS H. BALACKI, SUZANNE L. BALACKI, JESUS MBARDEGUEZ, JOANNE BARDEGUEZ, STEVEN BAUVER, ROBIN BAUVER, DONALD BERMAN,ROBERTA BERMAN META BERNSTEIN, ERIC P BIAGI, SUZETTE BIAGI, PATRICIA BOCK, JOSEPH BOCK, CRAIG D. BOEHNER, FREDERICK BOSSERT, MADELEINE BOSSERT, JOHN P BRADLEY, ROSA BRADLEY, PETER BRANCIFORTE, BONNIE BRESALIER, SCOTT M. BRESALIER, JOSEPH J BRESLIN, CHERYL M. BRESLIN, EDWARD A. BROWN, ANN MARIE BROWN, DOUGLAS P. BROWNE, KAREN K. BROWNE, MONA BRYAN, KENNETH BRYAN, RICHARD W. BUCKHEIT, DIANA L. BUCKHEIT, EREC B. BURGESS, ANN V. BURGESS, SCOTT BURNBAUM, JEAN BURNBAUM, JANE D CAHILL, JOSEPH B CALAN­DRINO, DENISE CALANDRINO, GEORGE M CAMPBELL, KERRY A. CAMPBELL, ANTHONY S. CAPRI, LISA M. CAPRI, MANMIT CHADHA aka MANMIT S CHADHA, NAVELLA CHADHA, DIANA CLEMENTE, RAYMOND COCCIA, ARLENE COCCIA, IRVIN COLON, INEZ A. COLON, ROBERT P COMBA, ANNMARIE COMBA, THOMAS A COOK, PATRICIA L. COOK, JOSEPHINE COREY, GEORGE R CORNELL, DONNA L. D’ANDREA, LYNN A CORSO, SCOTT L CORWIN, ELIZABETH CORWIN, LYNDA A. COSTELLO, DEBRA S CRANE, DONNA A CULLEN, JOHN G. CULLEN,RICHARD A DANZIG, MICHELLE DAVI, JOHN P. DAVI JR, WILLIAM J DAVIS IV,MICHELLE DAVIS, JAMES DOUGHERTY, PATRICIA DOUGHERTY, ROBERT C DROMERHAUSER, MARY K. DROMERHAUSER, ROBERT A DUNN, MARLA BECKER DUNN, TERRY DURHAM, VALERIA BRYANT, WILLIAM M DYMOND, ROSEMARIE DYMOND, JOHN EHRHART, DAWN EHRHART, MARK S ELUTO, BARBARA EULTO, JOHN ERICSON HEYKE IV, HERBERT ERNEST, IRENE ERNEST, ANTHONY S FARRINGTON, KATH­ERINE FARRINGTON, CYNTHIA A FIORE,DAVID FORLANO DDS, KAREN FORLANO, PAULA A FRANCIS, BERNARD FRANCIS, RICHARD J. FRANKLIN, JOANNE FRANKLIN, MICHAEL FRIEDMAN, EILEEN FRIEDMAN, RIINA FRIEDRICH, ALFONSO FRIERSON III, SCOTT O FRYCEK,  DANI­ELLE FRYCEK,  NICHOLAS A GAMASTA, JAMES A. GANNON, KAREN A. GANNON, THOMAS A GARGIULO, JEANNE GARGIULO, ALVIN R GAY, SHEILA GAY, PHILIP P. GEHA, LINDA H. GEHA, JUNE GERMANN, MATTHEW GERMANN, NICHOLAS GIODANO, RUSSELL GIUFFRIDA,CHRISTINA GIUFFRIDA, NICHOLAS GIURICICH, HELEN GIURICICH, ALBERT A GLUTZ, BRENDA SHELLEY GLUTZ, DENNIS GORDON, ELIZABETH GORDON, TIMOTHY P GOSS, PATRICIA J. GOSS, THOMAS GRABOW, SAMANTHA GRABOW, M. PERRY GRANT, LARS GUSTAFSON, JILL GUSTAFSON, WILLIAM J HACKETT, MADELAINE D. HACKET, CHARLES HARKIN, DEBRA HARMON, DEAN K HEARN, SONYA L. HEARN, DONALD R HEHIR JR, LAURA E. HEHIR, ROBERT D HELLER III, DENEEN HELLER, DAVID W. HERNANDEZ, ROBERT E.HERRMANN, SUSANNA F. BUTLER, KATHY HIN, RUSSELL L HIRSCHHORN, JILL S. HIRSCH­HORN, ROBERT HOLDEN, JOANNE HOLDEN, ELEANOR HOSEK, JOHN A. HOSEK, TREVOR HOUGH, KIM HURST-HOUGH, SU­ZANNE HOVA, STANLEY JERYGA, MARALAUVA, SHAUN JOHNSON, LOWELL E. JONES, DEBORAH GRIFFIN JONES, RUTH A JURUSIK aka RUTH A JURUSIK, CHESTER JURUSIK, PRASAD KAMBHAMPATY, RAMA KAMBHAMPATY, FREDERICK KAMERER, CAROL KAMERER, RASHID KAREEM, STEVEN J KARPOWICZ, DONALD KEARNS, ELIZABETH H. KEARNS, KEITH M. KELSKEY, SHARON K. KELSKEY, RO­BERT E.KIFER, LINDA KIFER, BRIAN J. KLETCHKA, NOELLE C. KLETCHKA, VOLKMAN KOEHLER, HEIDI KOEHLER, DAVID JACOB KRAUS, BARRY N. KREIS­WIRTH, STACY KREISWIRTH, SALVATORE J LA SCALA, FRANK LANDRIO, NICOLE LANDRIO, PAUL LASCALA, CHRISTOPHER P LAWLOR, DESPINA EVANGEL LAWLOR, CAROLINE R INGRAM ak/a CAROLINE R. LAZZARUOLO, CHRISTINE LEBCI, MAHMET LEBCI, GERALD G LEIBOWITZ, HEIDI LEIBOWITZ, NIR LEVY, KAREN LEVY, DANIEL R LONG, JOANNE LONG, ROBERT LYONS, ALAN MACCARY, VIVIAN M. MAHL, SUSAN L MALLON, JOHN MALONE, MAUREEN MALONE, GLENN W. MANDLER, PETER S. MATTIACE, DANIEL P MCCARTHY, CHRISTINA MCCARTHY, SHARON ANN MCCOBB, BRIAN MCCURDY, ELIZABETH DUANE MCCURDY, SCOTT MCLEAN, GINA E. MCLEAN, NEIL F. MCNEIL, KAREN MCNEIL, DENNIS J MCWILLIAMS, ELLEN MCWILLIAMS, VIRGILIO MENDOZA, FLORENCIA D. MENDOZA, SHARON D. MERCER, ALLEN K. MERRILL aka ALLEN MERRILL, GWENDOLYN MERRILL,RANDALL F MI­CHAELS, CAROLYN K. MI­CHAELS, ROBERT J. MILLER, ANNE J MILNE,JACOB OJITO, MARY B MINKOFF, WARREN J. MOLINO, MARIE A MONGIARDO, JOHN P MONTGOMERY, KAREN M. MONTGOMERY, ROBERT A. NEGRIN, WIL­LIAM H. HORNSBY, ROY P NEMERSON, LISA L. NEMERSON, JOHN T NEWTON, CATHALENE NEWTON, MARTIN NIERENBERG, ROSEMARY NIERENBERG, FAUSTO M NU­NEZ, JUANA NUNEZ, KEVIN O’BRIEN, JOYCE O’BRIEN, LUIS ORE, LINDA DEPINTO, JOYCE A PALAZZOLO, FRANK PALAZZO,VINCENT A. PECORARO, LOIS S. PECORARO, MICHAEL T PELLERITO, LISA M.PELLERITO, ALBERT W. PENCE, SUSANNA MILLER-PENCE, STEPHEN J PER­CIBALLI,DENISE L. PERCIBALLI, FRANK PIRRI, PATRICK E. POOLE, IGINA POOLE, VINCENT B.PRAINITO, KATHLEEN J. PRAINITO, CHRISTOPHER B PULITANO, DEBORAH A. PULITANO, RICHARD QUIGG, BARBARA A. QUIGG, NEIL B RANALDO, VICTORIA JOHNIDES, GREGORY REFF, ROBERT A REICH, JAMES REILLY, TINA REILLY, RICHARD RITTER, DIANE RITTER, ROBERT ROBERTO, DEBRA A. ROBERTO, MATTHEW RODRIGUEZ, KAREN RODRIGUEZ, JOHN ROMANO, MARIE ROMANO, ROBERT RUGGIERO, JOAN RUGGIERO, JOHN RUSSELL, MICHELE POLIDORO-RUSSELL, RONALD D. RUTH, LINDA RUTH, EDUARDO SANCHEZ, SANTOS LEONOR SANCHEZ, FRANCES M. FOWLES, EDWARD J. FOWLES, FRANCIEL. FOWLES nka FRANCIE L. SANTANA DONNA SANZERI, LISA WILD, ANTHONY SCALICE, DONNA ELAYNA MARKIEWICZ, JOSEPH SCHENK III, ELINA MONTICCIOLO SCHENK, LOUIS SCHIAVETTA, PATRICIA SCHIAVETTA, DAVID M. SCHIFF, ARTHUR J SCHLESINGER, NAOMI J. SCHLESINGER, LARRY S. SCHRAM, JODI SCHRAM, BENSON J SCHULTZ, SUSAN SCHULTZ, ROBERT S. SCHWARTZ, DIANE SCHWARTZ, NEAL D SCHWEITZER, SUSAN SEIFFSCHWEITZER, KEVIN P SHAY, MARIE J. SHAY, JEROME SHIMONY, MARTELLE SHIMONY, BRUCE D. SIEGEL, LAURA SIKORSKI, LORENZO J. BRIEBA, LAURA SILVERSTEIN, STEVEN SILVERSTEIN, ADAM C. SIWEK, JOAN SIWEK, GERARD SMALDINO, JENNIE A. SMALDINO, SUNIL SOOD, PHILIP O SPAMPINATO, IRA SPERLING, JULIES PERLING, JAMES J SPIEGEL, BARBARA SPIEGEL, CHRISTOPHER J. STELMACH, LISA M.STELMACH, JEFFREY T. STERN, SHARON M. STERN, CONSTANTINE STEWART, CRISTINA P. ROXAS, PEPITO R. ROXAS, ROBERT S STRAUB, ROCHELLE STRAUB, JAMES M STUREK JR, REGINA STUREK, KEVIN M. SWEENEY, CYNTHIA SCHOOK, SWEENEY, EUGENE R TEAGUE, CHRISTINE E. TEAGUE, ROBERT F THIERWECHTER II, DOROTHY D.THIERWECHTER, ROBERT J TREUBERT, VERONICA TREUBERT, LAWRENCE M. UHRLASS, JAMES A. UNGER, SUSAN L. UNGER, HECTOR T URGARRIZA, KENNETH T VANBELL, DANA C. VANBELL, ANGELO A. VANELLA, HEATHER SCOPO, PHILIP A VARCA SR, KATHLEEN VARCA, SANDRA VEERAPEN, SHARON M. VELTRE, JENNIFER LENCINA, SEBASTIAN OVITELLI, JR., LAURIE A. VITELLI, CHARLES P WAHRHEIT, PATRICIA ANN C. WAHRHEIT, CHRISTOPHER WALKLEY, NANCY WALKLEY, WILLIAM K. WALSH, KATHLEEN A. WALSH, KURT WASSERMAN, AMANDA MEYERS, JEAN A WELLER, WILLIAM WELLER, JOHN J. WHALEN III, RICHARD WHITMAN, KATHLEEN WILEY, MICHAEL WILEY,THORNDIKE WILLIAMS JR, MARK WIL­LI­AM­SON, COLLETTE WILLIAMSON, RICHARD J.WISNIEWSKI, KELLY A. WISNIEWSKI, DAVID WOLMETZ, CAROLYN STEINMAN, HOSSEINYAJADDA, SORAYA ZABIHI, JEFFREY D ZELENKA, BARBARA A. ZELEN, KALARRY ZINGER, SABRINA ZINGER, ANDREW ZLOTNICK, OLIVIA CASSIN, ALESSANDRO CASSIN JOHN DOE (Said name being fictitious, it being the intention of plaintiff to designate any an all occupants of premises being foreclosed herein, and any parties, corporations or entities, if any, having or claiming an interest or lien upon the mortgaged premises.) SUMMONS INDEX NO. 15300/07 ORIGINAL FILED WITH CLERK ON 5/18/07 to the above named defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the Complaint in the above entitled action and to serve a copy of your Answer on the plaintiff’s attorney within twenty(20) days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the day o fservice, or within thirty (30) days after the completion of service where service is made in any other manner than by personal delivery within the State. The United States of America if designated as a defendant in this action, may answer or appear within sixty (60) days of service hereof. In case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. SUFFOLK COUNTY is designated as the place of trial. The basis of the venue is the location of the mortgaged premises.
DATED: May 7, 2007 Westbury, New York STEVEN J. BAUM,P.C. Attorney for Plaintiff 900 Merchants Concourse, Suite 412 Westbury, New York 11590 (716) 204-2400
    STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT : COUNTY OF SUFFOLK CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC, a/k/a Chase Manhattan Bank a/k/a Chase Manhattan Bank, NA a/k/a The Chase Manhattan Bank a/k/a Chase Home Mortgage Corporation a/k/a JP Morgan Chase Bank a/k/a JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA a/k/a Chemical Bank Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE M ACKERSON, GAIL R. ACKERSON, JAMES ALBANESE, ANGELA RAMIREZ, THOMAS C. AUGUSTOWSKI JR, BRETT BACHMAN, JANET BACHMAN, SHARON LYNN DAFFNER aka SHARON BAKES THOMAS H. BALACKI, SUZANNE L.BALACKI, JESUS M BARDEGUEZ, JOANNE BARDEGUEZSTEVEN BAUVER, ROBIN BAUVER DONALD BERMAN, ROBERTA BERMAN META BERNSTEIN, ERIC P BIAGI, SUZETTE BIAGI, PATRICIA BOCK, JOSEPH BOCK, CRAIG D. BOEHNER, FREDERICK BOSSERT, MADELEINE BOSSERT, JOHN P BRADLEY, ROSA BRADLEY, PETER BRANCIFORTE, BONNIE BRESALIER, SCOTT M.BRESALIER, JOSEPH J BRESLIN, CHERYL M. BRESLIN, EDWARD A. BROWN, ANN MARIE BROWN, DOUGLAS P. BROWNE, KAREN K. BROWNE, MONA BRYAN, KENNETH BRYAN,RICHARD W. BUCKHEIT, DIANA L. BUCKHEIT, EREC B. BURGESS, ANN V. BURGESS, SCOTT BURNBAUM, JEAN BURNBAUM, JANE D CAHILL, JOSEPH B CALANDRINO, DENISE CALANDRINO, GEORGE M CAMPBELL, KERRY A. CAMPBELL, ANTHONY S. CAPRI, LISA M. CAPRI, MANMIT CHADHA aka MANMIT S CHADHA, NAVELLA CHADHA,DIANA CLEMENTE, RAYMOND COCCIA, ARLENE COCCIA, IRVIN COLON, INEZ A. COLON, ROBERT P COMBA, ANNMARIE COMBA, THOMAS A COOK, PATRICIA L. COOK, JOSEPHINE COREY, GEORGE R CORNELL, DONNA L. D’ANDREA, LYNN A CORSO, SCOTT L CORWIN, ELIZABETH CORWIN, LYNDA A. COSTELLO, DEBRA S CRANE, DONNA A CULLEN, JOHN G.CULLEN, RICHARD A DANZIG, MICHELLE DAVI, JOHN P. DAVI JR, WILLIAM J DAVIS IV, MICHELLE DAVIS, JAMES DOUGHERTY, PATRICIA DOUGHERTY, ROBERT C DROMERHAUSER, MARY K. DROMERHAUSER, ROBERT A DUNN, MARLA BECKER DUNN, TERRY DURHAM, VALERIA BRYANT, WILLIAM M DYMOND, ROSEMARIE DYMOND, JOHN EHRHART, DAWN EHRHART, MARK S ELUTO, BARBARA EULTO, JOHN ERICSON HEYKE IV, HERBERTERNEST, IRENE ERNEST, ANTHONY S FARRINGTON, KATHERINE FARRINGTON, CYNTHIA AFIORE, DAVID FORLANO DDS, KAREN FORLANO, PAULA A FRANCIS, BERNARD FRANCIS, RICHARD J. FRANKLIN, JOANNE FRANKLIN, MICHAEL FRIEDMAN, EILEEN FRIEDMAN, RIINA FRIEDRICH, ALFONSO FRIERSON III, SCOTT OFRYCEK, DANIELLE FRYCEK, NICHOLAS A GAMASTA, JAMES A. GANNON, KAREN A. GANNON, THOMAS A GARGIULO, JEANNE GARGIULO, ALVIN R GAY, SHEILA GAY, PHILIPP. GEHA, LINDA H. GEHA, JUNE GERMANN, MATTHEW GERMANN, NICHOLAS GIODANO, RUSSELL GIUFFRIDA, CHRISTINA GIUFFRIDA, NICHOLAS GIURICICH, HELEN GIURICICH, ALBERT A GLUTZ, BRENDA SHELLEY GLUTZ, DENNIS GORDON, ELIZABETH GORDON,TIMOTHY P GOSS, PATRICIA J. GOSS, THOMAS GRABOW, SAMANTHA GRABOW, M. PERRY GRANT, LARS  GUSTAF­SON, JILL GUS­TAF­SON, WILLIAM J HACKETT, MADELAINE D.HACKET, CHARLES HARKIN, DEBRA HARMON, DEAN K HEARN, SONYA L. HEARN, DONALD RHEHIR JR, LAURA E. HEHIR, ROBERT D HELLER III, DENEEN HELLER, DAVID W.HERNANDEZ, ROBERT E. HERRMANN, SUSANNA F. BUTLER, KATHY HIN, RUSSELL L HIRSCH­HORN, JILL S. HIRSCHHORN, ROBERT HOLDEN, JOANNE HOLDEN, ELEANOR HOSEK, JOHN A. HOSEK, TREVOR HOUGH, KIM HURST-HOUGH, SUZANNE HOVA, STANLEY JERYGA, MARA LAUVA, SHAUN JOHNSON, LOWELL E. JONES, DEBORAH GRIFFIN JONES, RUTH A JURUSIK aka RUTH A JURUSIK, CHESTER JURUSIK, PRASAD KAMBHAMPATY, RAMAKAMBHAMPATY, FREDERICK KAMERER, CAROL KAMERER, RASHID KAREEM, STEVEN J KARPOWICZ, DONALD KEARNS, ELIZABETH H. KEARNS, KEITH M. KELSKEY, SHARON K.KELSKEY, ROBERT E. KIFER, LINDA KIFER, BRIAN J. KLETCHKA, NOELLE C.KLETCHKA, VOLKMAN KOEHLER, HEIDI KOEHLER, DAVID JACOB KRAUS, BARRY N. KREISWIRTH, STACY KREISWIRTH, SALVATORE J LA SCALA, FRANK LANDRIO, NICOLE LANDRIO, PAUL LASCALA, CHRISTOPHER P LAWLOR, DESPINA EVANGEL LAWLOR,CAROLINE R INGRAM ak/a CAROLINE R. LAZZARUOLO, CHRISTINE LEBCI, MAHMETLEBCI, GERALD G LEIBOWITZ, HEIDI LEIBOWITZ, NIR LEVY, KAREN LEVY, DANIEL R LONG, JOANNE LONG, ROBERT LYONS, ALAN MACCARY, VIVIAN M. MAHL, SUSAN L MALLON, JOHN MALONE, MAUREEN MALONE, GLENN W. MANDLER, PETER S. MATTIACE,DANIEL P MCCARTHY, CHRISTINA MCCARTHY, SHARON ANN MCCOBB, BRIAN MCCURDY,ELIZABETH DUANE MCCURDY, SCOTT MCLEAN, GINA E. MCLEAN, NEIL F. MCNEIL, KAREN MCNEIL, DENNIS J MCWILLIAMS, ELLEN MCWIL­LIAMS, VIRGILIO MENDOZA, FLORENCIAD. MENDOZA, SHARON D. MERCER, ALLEN K. MERRILL aka ALLEN MERRILL, GWENDOLYN MERRILL, RANDALL F MICHAELS, CAROLYN K. MI­CHAELS, ROBERT J. MILLER, ANNE J MILNE, JACOB OJITO, MARY B MINKOFF, WARREN J. MOLINO, MARIE A MONGIARDO, JOHN P MONTGOMERY, KAREN M. MONTGOMERY, ROBERT A. NEGRIN, WILLIAM H.HORNSBY, ROY P NEMERSON, LISA L. NEMERSON, JOHN T NEWTON, CATHALENE NEWTON,MARTIN NIERENBERG, ROSEMARY NIERENBERG, FAUSTO M NUNEZ, JUANA NUNEZ, KEVIN O’BRIEN, JOYCE O’BRIEN, LUIS ORE, LINDA DEPINTO, JOYCE A PALAZZOLO, FRANK PALAZZO, VINCENT A. PECORARO, LOIS S. PECORARO, MICHAEL T PELLERITO, LISA M. PELLERITO, ALBERT W. PENCE, SUSANNA MILLER-PENCE, STEPHEN J PERCIBALLI, DENISE L. PERCIBALLI, FRANK PIRRI, PATRICK E. POOLE,IGINA POOLE, VINCENT B. PRAINITO, KATHLEEN J. PRAINITO, CHRISTOPHER B PULITANO, DEBORAH A. PULITANO, RICHARD QUIGG, BARBARA A. QUIGG, NEIL BRANALDO, VICTORIA JOHNIDES, GREGORY REFF, ROBERT A REICH, JAMES REILLY, TINA REILLY, RICHARD RITTER, DIANE RITTER, ROBERT ROBERTO, DEBRA A. ROBERTO, MATTHEW RODRIGUEZ, KAREN RODRIGUEZ, JOHN ROMANO, MARIE ROMANO, ROBERT RUGGIERO, JOAN RUGGIERO, JOHN RUSSELL, MICHELE POLIDORO-RUSSELL, RONALD D.RUTH, LINDA RUTH, EDUARDO SANCHEZ, SANTOS LEONOR SANCHEZ, FRANCES M. FOWLES, EDWARD J. FOWLES, FRANCIE L. FOWLES nka FRANCIE L. SANTANA DONNA SANZERI,LISA WILD, ANTHONY SCALICE, DONNA ELAYNA MARKIEWICZ, JOSEPH SCHENK III, ELINA MONTICCIOLO SCHENK, LOUIS SCHIAVETTA, PATRICIA SCHIAVETTA, DAVID M. SCHIFF, ARTHUR J SCHLESINGER, NAOMI J. SCHLESINGER, LARRY S. SCHRAM, JODI SCHRAM, BENSON J SCHULTZ, SUSAN SCHULTZ, ROBERT S. SCHWARTZ, DIANE SCHWARTZ, NEAL D SCHWEITZER, SUSAN SEIFF SCHWEITZER, KEVIN P SHAY, MARIE J. SHAY, JEROME SHIMONY, MARTELLE SHIMONY, BRUCE D. SIEGEL, LAURA SIKORSKI, LORENZO J. BRIEBA, LAURA SILVERSTEIN, STEVEN SILVERSTEIN, ADAM C. SIWEK,JOAN SIWEK, GERARD SMALDINO, JENNIE A. SMALDINO, SUNIL SOOD, PHILIP OSPAMPINATO, IRA SPERLING, JULIE SPERLING, JAMES J SPIEGEL, BARBARA SPIEGEL, CHRISTOPHER J. STELMACH, LISA M. STELMACH, JEFFREY T. STERN, SHARON M. STERN, CONSTANTINE STEWART, CRISTINA P. ROXAS, PEPITO R. ROXAS, ROBERT S STRAUB, ROCHELLE STRAUB, JAMES M STUREK JR, REGINA STUREK, KEVIN M. SWEENEY,CYNTHIA SCHOOK, SWEENEY, EUGENE R TEAGUE, CHRISTINE E. TEAGUE, ROBERT FTHIERWECHTER II, DOROTHY D. THIERWECHTER, ROBERT J TREUBERT, VERONICA TREUBERT, LAWRENCE M. UHRLASS, JAMES A. UNGER, SUSAN L. UNGER, HECTOR TURGARRIZA, KENNETH T VANBELL, DANA C. VANBELL, ANGELO A. VANELLA, HEATHER SCOPO, PHILIP A VARCA SR, KATHLEEN VARCA, SANDRA VEERAPEN, SHARON M. VELTRE, JENNIFER LENCINA, SEBASTIANO VITELLI, JR., LAURIE A. VITELLI, CHARLES P WAHRHEIT, PATRICIA ANN C. WAHRHEIT, CHRISTOPHER WALKLEY, NANCY WALKLEY,WILLIAM K. WALSH, KATHLEEN A. WALSH, KURT WASSERMAN, AMANDA MEYERS, JEAN A WELLER, WILLIAM WEL­LER, JOHN J. WHALEN III, RICHARD WHITMAN, KATHLEEN WILEY, MICHAEL WILEY, THORNDIKE WILLIAMS JR, MARK WILLI­AMSON, COLLETTE WILLIAMSON, RICHARD J. WISNIEWSKI, KELLY A. WISNIEWSKI, DAVID WOLMETZ, CAROLYN STEINMAN, HOSSEIN YAJADDA, SORAYA ZABIHI, JEFFREY D ZELENKA, BARBARA A. ZELENKA,  LARRY ZINGER, SABRINA ZINGER, ANDREW ZLOTNICK, OLIVIA CASSIN, ALESSANDRO CASSIN JOHN DOE (Said name being fictitious, it being the intention of plaintiff to designate any an all occupants of premises being foreclosed herein, and any parties, corporations or entities, if any, having or claiming an interest or lien upon the mortgaged premises.) Defendants. COMPLAINT INDEX NO. 15300/07 The Plaintiff herein by and through its attorneys STEVEN J. BAUM, P.C., complains of the defendants above named, and for its cause of action, alleges: FIRST: That the plaintiff herein was, and at all times hereinafter mentioned, is a banking corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Ohio, having its principal place of business located at 1 East Ohio Street, IN1-9033,Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 SECOND: That at all times hereinafter mentioned,the defendants set forth in Schedule A reside at the address, set forth therein and are made defendants in this action because they are the current owners of the real property stated therein. THIRD: Each of the defendants for the purpose of obtaining from Plaintiff, a sum of money, duly executed and acknowledged a certain note, consolidated note and/or consolidation modification and extension agreement whereby they obligated themselves to the terms of repayment of said sums and rights of the lender. FOURTH: That as security for the payment of said indebtedness, a mortgage was executed, acknowledged and delivered to Plaintiff, whereby the defendants mortgaged the premises more particularly described in Exhibit A (hereinafter called mortgaged premises), under certain conditions with rights, duties and privileges between or among them. A schedule of the mortgages given by Plaintiff to Defendants is attached hereto as Exhibit B. FIFTH: That said mortgages were duly recorded in the SUFFOLK County Clerk’s Office, as indicated on Exhibit B and the mortgage tax due thereon was duly paid. SIXTH: Through inadvertence and error, a Satisfaction of Mortgage for each of the mortgages listed in Exhibit B was executed by the Plaintiff, and was recorded in the SUFFOLK County Clerk’s Office. A Schedule of these Satisfactions of Mortgage is annexed hereto as Exhibit C. SEVENTH: That the mortgages listed in Exhibit B given by defendants have not been paid in full and should not have been satisfied.The satisfactions listed on Exhibit C are erroneous. EIGHTH: Plaintiff requests that the Satisfactions of Mortgage referenced in Exhibit C be expunged, vacated and cancelled of record pursuant to New York Real Property Law Section 329; as if they were never recorded and that the mortgages referenced therein on Exhibit B and all subsequent references to said mortgages in the SUFFOLK County Records be reinstated as if said Satisfactions were never recorded and that the rights of the Plaintiff, its predecessors and successors and/or assigns, pursuant to said mortgages be restored, all in the interest of equity. NINTH: That the Plaintiff is now the sole, true and lawful owner of each of the notes and mortgages securing the same and there are no pending proceedings at law or otherwise to collect o renforce said notes and mortgages. TENTH: That Plaintiff advised each of the defendants listed on Schedule A of this matter and an original letter informing the defendants that: Chase recently became aware that the lien on your existing Chase mortgage loan was inadvertently released. While we believe that the entire debt is still secured by a mortgage on your property, we are taking steps to correct the public land records and to restore the released lien on your mortgage in the records of the county clerk’s office. A court may possibly require Chase to name you (and possibly other borrowers with the identical issue) in a legal action to correct the land records of the county clerk. If this occurs, you will receive notice of this action from a process server or by mail. This action will not seek money or any other relief from you, and will have no effect on your credit rating. Chase will be responsible for all costs of any action, and will pass non of these costs on to you.If you have any questions, please call (800) 965-4395. Chase is supplying this toll-free phone number to you and other borrowers for whom chase is filing a petition to restore its mortgage of record. This number will connect you with a Chase representative who is familiar with this matter and can respond to your questions. A copy of said letter is attached hereto as Exhibit D. ELEVENTH: That as of the date of this Complaint Plaintiff has not received any negative reply to the letter referenced in paragraph Tenth or any requests of the Defendants not to proceed with this action. TWELFTH: That Schedules A, B, C and “D” are expressly incorporated and made a part of the Complaint for all purposes with the same force and effect as if they were completely and fully set forth herein whenever reference has been made to each or any of them. WHEREFORE, the Plaintiff requests an Order vacating and canceling the Satisfactions of Mortgage referenced in Exhibit C above be expunged, vacated and cancelled of record pursuant to New York Real Property Law Section 329 as if they were never recorded; and that the mortgages referenced therein on Exhibit B and all subsequent references to said mortgages in the SUFFOLK County Records be reinstated as if said Satisfactions were never recorded and that the rights of the plaintiff, its predecessors and successors and/or assigns, pursuant to said mortgages be restored, all in the interest of equity. Dated: May 7, 2007 Westbury, New York DATED: June 20, 2011 Steven J. Baum, P.C.Attorney(s) For Plaintiff(s), 220 Northpointe Parkway Suite G Amherst, NY 14228 The law firm of Steven J. Baum, P.C. and the attorneys whom it employs are debt collectors who are attempting to collect a debt. Any information obtained by them will be used for that purpose.
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NOTICE OF
COMPLETE
APPLICATION
NATURAL
RESOURCES
SPECIAL PERMIT

    Notice Date: July 7, 2011 Please take notice that Elaine and Mo Kirshenbaum has made application for a Natural Resources Special Permit pursuant to Section 255-4-20 of the East Hampton Town Code. That application has been found to be complete and ready for processing by the Planning Department. The application is to construct a 252 sq. ft. one story addition on a parcel of land with beach vegetation.  The 8,192 square foot lot is located on 79 Leeton Rd.in B-Residential Zoning District and is designated on the Suffolk County tax map as #300-131-03-13. The project is classified as a Type II Action pursuant SEQRA and Chapter 128 of the Town Code. The file for this project (application, maps, plans, etc.) may be reviewed weekdays between 1 and 4 p.m. at the Planning Department Office, 300 Pantigo Place, Suite 105, East Hampton, New York. Any person, corporation, organization or civic group may respond to this notice by filing, with the Planning Department within 20 days of the date of this notice, a written statement stating in detail specific areas of concern, objection or support for the application. If pertinent factual objections regarding the potential loss, diminishment or despoliation of the protected natural features which may result from the proposal are filed, which cannot be resolved by imposing conditions of approval, a public hearing may be scheduled. In the alternative, a conference may be held between the parties or the applicant may modify the proposed project to eliminate or mitigate the objections that are raised. All written comments should be sent to: Planning Director, East Hampton Town Planning Department, 300 Pantigo Place, East Hampton, New York 11937. All comments should be received by July 27, 2011. Should a public hearing be scheduled, notice of it will be published in the local newspaper and persons receiving this Notice of Complete Application will be notified of the time, place, and date.  
DANIELLE PERODIN, TOWN OF EAST HAMPTON PLANNING DEPARTMENT300 PANTIGO PLACE/SUITE 105, EAST HAMPTON, NEW YORK 11937, 631-324-2178, 631-324-1476 FAX   
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HEARING
NOTICE

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of East Hampton, NY, will hold public hearings at the Town Hall, 159 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, N.Y., on
Tuesday, July 19, 2011  on the following applications at the times indicated:    
    TIME: 7:30:00 PM
    APPLICANT: Michael Kinney
    SIZE/LOCATION: 10,852.6 sq. ft. (total), S. Elroy Dr., Contiguous with Fort Pond, Hither Hills, No. 496, Montauk (300-048-02-35)
    DESCRIPTION:    To renovate the existing 571 sq. ft. cottage and to construct a 407 sq. ft. addition with
    a sanitary upgrade on a parcel of land that contains freshwater wetlands of Fort Pond.
    RELIEF SOUGHT: Natural Resources Special Permit pursuant to ß 255-4-20 and Variances from ß 255-11-10 (Table III) and ß 255-4-30 (Wetland setbacks) of the Town Code.  The following three (3) variances are required in this application: a variance of 62  is required to locate the residence 38  from fort pond where a 100  setback is required, a 10  variance is required to allow clearing to be 40  from the wetland where 50  is required and a 5.1  variance is required to allow the residence to be located 9.9  from the rear yard where a 15  setback is required.
    ZONING DISTRICT: B Residence Zone X Flood Zone
    SEQRA CLASS: Type II
    TIME: 7:50:00 PM
    APPLICANT: Rita Shapiro
    SIZE/LOCATION: 8,000 sq. ft., Clinton Academy Ln., Beach Hampton, Blk. 3, Lots 25 - 27, Amagansett (300-175-04-21.1)
    DESCRIPTION:    To demolish the existing 1,222 sq. ft. two-story residence and 620 sq. ft. of decking and to construct a new 1,828 sq. ft. two-story residence, 297 sq. ft. covered porch with stoop, 99 sq. ft. of decking and a sanitary system on a parcel of land that contains beach vegetation and fresh water wetlands.
    RELIEF SOUGHT:  Natural Resources Special Permit pursuant to ß 255-4-20 and Variances from ß 255-4-30 (Wetland setbacks), ß 255-11-72 (Height) and ß 255-11-10 (Dimensional Regulations) of the Town Code.  The following eight (8) variances are required in this application: variances of 75.8 , 75.3  and 71 are required to locate the proposed residence, decking and covered porch 24.2 , 24.7 and 29  respectively from wetlands where a 100  setback is required, a 96.2  variance is required to allow the sanitary system to be located 53.8  from the wetlands, where 150  is required a 33  variance is required to allow land clearing 17  from wetlands where a 50  setback is required, variances of  3  and 19  are required to allow the house and steps to be located 17  and 1 from the front yard lot line, where a 20  setback is required and a 6.5  variance is required to allow the house to extend the pyramid line from the front yard lot line.
    ZONING DISTRICT: B Residence,  AE Flood Zone, elevation 9
    SEQRA CLASS: Type II
    Said Board of Appeals will at said time and place hear all persons who wish to be heard in connection with these applications.  Interested parties may appear in person or by agent or by attorney.
By Order of the Zoning Board of Appeals , Town of East Hampton, NY, Dated: Friday, June 24, 2011, Philip Gamble, Chairman