Spotlight | November 22, 2017

Holiday Parking In All Municipal Lots

Beginning December 1st through January 1st Parking is free after 12:00 noon Monday through Friday, in metered spots, in all municipal lots

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News | September 1, 2017

Cars In The Park: The 2017 Cedarhurst Car Show

This past car show was a day to remember at Andrew J. Parise Park in Cedarhurst.

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News | August 14, 2017

PSEG Tree Trimming Program

Cedarhurst loves its beautiful, lush trees. Unfortunately, trees that grow too close to power lines can cause power, telephone and internet outages, and even severe safety concerns.

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News | July 18, 2017

2017 Summer Concert Sponsors

Over 60 benefactors contributed to the 2017 series. “All of our sponsors played a vital part in making these concerts a reality since the very beginning.” said Mayor Weinstock

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News | July 13, 2017

Summer Heat Safety Tips

Summer is here and along with it come hot and humid conditions.  Heat waves, and even exposure to high temperatures for a short time, can be very dangerous.

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News | June 20, 2017

Cedarhurst Parking Meter Changes

Starting Monday, June 26th the parking meter rates in all municipal parking fields have increase to the same rates that are in effect in all metered street parking in the Village.

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News | June 6, 2017

PSEG Planned Annual Voltage Reduction Test Postponement

The Village was just informed by PSEG that today’s voltage “stress test” has been postponed for Wednesday, June 14th

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News | March 1, 2017

Don’t fall victim to scams or fraud

Recently phone scammers posing as PSE&G employees are targeting customers across the area.

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News | February 9, 2017

Getting Ready for the Blizzard

The BIG News for the past few days has been the upcoming Blizzard. The consensus among forecast services is that it will be a major storm, with accumulations of 12” to 18” or more, and drifts that will be much deeper. Power outages are predicted, due to the high winds and snow-load, and extended road closures are possible.

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News | January 31, 2017

Quebec Attack

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Acting Police Commissioner Thomas C. Krumpter express their condolences to the victims, their families and the people of Quebec, Canada in light of the recent attack on a Quebec City, Mosque.

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News | January 27, 2017

Another Bump in the Road

Our children love snow. It’s exciting, fun and a day off from school. For the Village, “not so much.”

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