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8/9/17 - UPDATE

Due to the paving on Schenck Avenue and Prospect Street,
there will be no recycling pick-up tomorrow, August 10th on
Schenck Avenue, Prospect Street, Harris Court and Lee Avenue.
Please hold all recyclables for pick-up next Thursday, August 17th



* Schenck Avenue and Prospect Street are scheduled for asphalt paving
on Thursday, August 10th, weather permitting. 

* During the paving, these roads will be CLOSED and traffic will be detoured
around this area of the Village.

* Residents on Schenck Avenue and Prospect Street must remove all cars
from the street by 7 AM on August 10
* Residents on these streets will not have access to their driveways for most of the day. 
* Residents on these streets may park their cars on the surrounding streets in Thomaston.
If you have any issues with parking, please call the Village Hall. 

An email message with additional information has been sent via the Swift911 notification system to residents on Schenck Avenue and Prospect Street.  If you have not registered to receive notifications, please click on the Swift911 link to sign up or call the Village Hall at 482-3110 to be added to the system.  All residents are envcouraged to register for this service.



Please be advised that the following streets will be repaved beginning on or about August 7th:

*Schenck Avenue, from Gilchrest Road to Northern Boulevard

*Prospect Street, from Schenck Avenue to Susquehanna Avenue

There will be no parking on the street during the daytime while the milling and paving is being done.  Residents will be allowed access to their driveways but access may be limited at certain times.  If you have any issues with parking please contact the Village Hall.

Residents on Schenck Avenue and Prospect Street will receive additional information regarding the paving portion of the project via email through the Swift911 notification system.  If you have not already registered to receive notifications, please click on the Swift911 link above.  


New York Blood Center
Monday, August 28, 2017


Great Neck Vigilant Fire Company
83 Cuttermill Road
Great Neck, NY 11021

2:00 PM to 8:00 PM

All donors will receive a commemorative T-shirt

For more information, please contact:
Justin at 516-487-1086 or

Blood Drive Flyer


 Fall Tree Planting

The Village is currently accepting requests from residents who would like a street tree planted
 along the curb in front of their property.
Interested residents must call the Village Hall to be placed on the request list.
Approval of the request is subject to a site visit to determine if there is sufficient room for planting. 
We expect to plant the following varieties of trees, subject to availability:

October Glory Maple (Acer Tartaricum, var. 'Rubrum')
Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringia Reticulata - var. 'Ivory Silk', 'Summer Snow' or 'Regent")
Goldenrain (Koelreuteria Paniculata)
Summer Sprite Litlleleaf Linden (Tilia Cordata, var. 'Halka')

Requests will be fulfilled on a first come, first served basis.  Quantities are limited. 
Any resident requests that cannot be fulfilled this spring will be carried over to fall.


Congratulations to Village Historian, Leila Mattson on being selected for the Town of North Hempstead's Women's Roll of Honor!

On Wednesday, March 29th, Leila Mattson, along with 15 other honorees, was recognized
for her service to Thomaston and the Great Neck community at the
24th Annual Town of North Hempstead Women's Roll of Honor.

Leila Mattson has served the Village of Thomaston for over forty years.  She has been the Village Historian since 1976, served as a member of the Planning Board and Landmarks Commission, and she is the author of the Village's history blog. Leila was member of the Thomaston Bicentennial Committee which authored and published and informal history book of the Village, a copy of which is posted on the
"Village History" page of our website.

In the Great Neck Community at large, Leila is one of the founding members of the Great Neck Historical Society and currently serves as its Vice President for history.  She has performed hundreds of hours of historical research, including fulfillment of requests from all over the country, and has presented lectures for the historical society.  Mrs. Mattson is also the co-author, with Alice Kasten, of the book Great Neck, part of the Images of America series published by Arcadia Publishing and the History Press.  In addition to her volunteer work, Leila worked as a reference librarian at the Great Neck Library for 36 years.

Please join us in recognizing Leila Mattson for her role in preserving the rich history
of Great Neck and for her tireless devotion to volunteering her time in the Village of Thomaston.

2017 Town of North Hempstead Women's Roll of Honor

  Leila Mattson with Mayor Steven Weinberg                A small group of honorees with Town Officials and Mayor Weinberg


The Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department covers 10 square miles of Nassau County,
including most of the Village of Thomaston.

"Department members are all volunteers and are trained to provide fire, specialty rescue, and emergency medical care to the community. With an average of 2,500 calls a year, all possible community support is greatly appreciated! The best support you can provide us is your time - help us help you. No experience is required, and the department provides all necessary training. For more information, visit us online at or call us: 516-466-4435 (non-emergency)."






Solar power is good for the environment and good for the pocketbook –
PSEGLI’s electricity is over 90% fossil fuel-based and expensive, unlike sunshine.
As a result, the Village of Thomaston is considering an initiative to make solar more affordable and accessible for its residents.

Owning a quality solar electricity system makes financial sense for a lot of Long Island residents – there are already over 10,000 residential systems on Long Island. Historically, the up-front investment has been the roadblock – not everyone has the cash to buy a system outright.
While leasing is an option, it isn’t always the most economical way for the consumer
to go solar, since the leasing company absorbs most of the tax credit incentives instead
of the homeowner.

Fortunately, NY State has implemented a subsidized loan program (Smart Energy Loan
by Energy Finance Solutions) to help finance residential solar electricity systems and
other energy improvements. If approved, the loan is good for up to $25,000 at 3.49% fixed interest for up to 15 years without placing a lien on the home.

This program has been a huge success, but a major rate increase is scheduled.
Come September 1st 2016, rates will increase to 4.99% for qualified low-income buyers or as much as 7.99% for those with higher incomes. If you or anyone you know might consider solar or any other energy improvement for your home in the next year, please take the time to complete the simple online application with the link below.

This is not a commitment to buy, but it will create a dated application and can ensure that you have access to the loan at current rates. You will then have one year to use it with a qualified contractor.  

Please stay tuned for more updates on the Thomaston solar initiative.



The 1st edition of the Town of North Hempstead's
Aircraft Noise Education and Outreach Committee Newsletter is now available at

Long Island Railroad Colonial Road Improvement Project:

The Colonial Road Bridge is open!

View photos of the first bridge installation - August 21-24

 Please contact Hector Garcia of the Long Island Railroad with questions or concerns at 718-558-7305

Visit the MTA's Project Website


Dedication of the Robert Stern Village Hall  took place on Wednesday, September 9th. 
View newsletter highlighting the event

Attention Residents - please be advised that the Village has received reports
that newspapers left at the curb for recycling have been taken by individuals
other than our refuse company. We advise you not to put any papers
that contain personal information out with your recycling materials.