September 14th, 2017
We have been advised by the Second Precinct of the Nassau County Police Department that several cars were broken into over the weekend of September 9, 2017 along Overlook Road. Police are advising residents to take the necessary precautions and ensure they lock their car and garage doors.
August 1, 2017
Due to the periodic closing of West Shore Road, there has been a dangerous increase in the amount of traffic and speed of drivers on Factory Pond Road. As an effort to calm the hazardous traffic flow, the Village is installing 3 speed humps on the Lattingtown portion of the road on August 1, 2017. Please be aware of the new speed humps when driving on Factory Pond Road.
Dear Fellow Resident,
After 48 years of service to the Village of Lattingtown, I have resigned as Mayor. I submitted my resignation to the Village Board of Trustees at the conclusion of the Board’s April 5, 2017 meeting. Thereafter the remaining members of the Board of Trustees unanimously appointed Deputy Mayor Robert W. Fagiola Mayor.
Bob Fagiola was raised and lives in Lattingtown with his wife Diane and their two daughters. He is a lawyer and works in New York City and has been part of our village governance for close to twenty seven years. Bob served as the Chairman of the Zoning Board of Appeals for many years and as a Trustee for three years and as Deputy Mayor this past year. I am confident Bob’s experience and knowledge will serve the Village well.
With deep appreciation to the wonderful residents of Lattingtown, I thank you for all your support.
Clarence F. Michalis
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Welcome to the Village of Lattingtown, NY website. The Village of Lattingtown, with an area of 2,400 acres, was incorporated in 1931 and as of 2011 has about 1,700 residents. The Village of Lattingtown is in the Township of Oyster Bay and is one of 64 villages in Nassau County. The governance of the Village conforms to the statutes of the State of New York, providing for five Trustees - one of whom is the Mayor - elected every two years and five members of the Zoning Board appointed by the Trustees and five members of the Planning Board also appointed by the Trustees for five-year terms. None of the Trustees, Planning Board members or Zoning Board members are compensated in any way by the Village.
The administration of the Village consists of two paid people, a Clerk-Treasurer and an assistant who handle finances, building matters and general administration. In addition, we have 3 highway employees handling road maintenance, street cleaning and plowing. We have one Building Consultant supervising our building codes. Although we contract Nassau County for our police force, certain officers are permanently assigned to our Village so that they get to know the Village and its residents. (For a more detailed synopsis of the Village Operations, please refer to the Mayor’s May 2016 letter.)
Everyone involved in the Village operations is dedicated to maintaining the wonderful character of our beautiful Village. If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by the Village Hall or give us a call.
Mayor Robert Fagiola
If you are new to the Village, please let us know so we can properly welcome you!