Sun, Nov 11, 2012
Village of Lindenhurst Mayor Thomas A. Brennan Announces the Launching of the “Village of Lindenhurst Relief Fund”
Fund Would Aide Village Residents Affected By Hurricane Sandy
Facing significant damages of many residential homes in the Village, Mayor Thomas A. Brennan today announces the launching of the Village of Lindenhurst Relief Fund. The Fund is set up to raise money to directly pass along to those Village Residents who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy.
The Village of Lindenhurst was one of the hardest hit areas on Long Island. National media outlets have covered Sandy’s impact in Lindenhurst with thousands of residents feeling major disruptions to their quality of life. The fund is administered by the Village of Lindenhurst. It will be overseen by Mayor Brennan along with Deputy Mayor Kevin McCaffrey, Village Clerk Treasurer Shawn Cullinane and Anthony Manetta who will act as the Fund’s volunteer director. Mr. Manetta is the former communications advisor to the Village and currently serves as the CEO of the Suffolk County IDA.
Anyone who wishes to donate to the Village of Lindenhurst Relief Fund can do so securely online at www.VillageofLindenhurst.com/relief.htm If you would like to donate by check you can mail it to: Village of Lindenhurst Relief Fund, 430 South Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, NY 11757.
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