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Mayor Mike Levine

Dear Residents of Old Field,

After what seems like an eternity, I believe that I can say with a fair amount of certainty that spring has finally arrived. As a village, we have weathered winter’s fury, and I am sure that all of you are all looking forward to the warm and fragrant breezes of the coming months.

It is with great pride and pleasure that I begin my fourth term as Mayor of the Village of Old Field. The past six years have produced many positive changes, and the entire Board of Trustees and I look forward to the next two years as we continue to address the needs of our residents as well as our unrelenting efforts as stewards of our beautiful waterfront community.

One of the highlights of the past year is the total renovation of our Keeper’s Cottage.  This extensive remodel has been a labor of love for many, and would not have been possible if not for the efforts of both residents and talented artisans alike, giving of both their time and money to see that this project was completed.  I would be remiss if I did not mention the extraordinary efforts of one resident in particular, John Himmelsbach, who went completely above and beyond anyone’s expectations as he worked closely with me to design, plan and manage the project from inception to completion.  Thank you John.  You are most appreciated!

Another key initiative that is nearing completion is the Conscience Bay Stormwater Management Project.  The project was funded with a $200,000.00 grant, awarded to the Village in 2012.  This federally funded grant was one of the largest single grants to ever be awarded to a village on Long Island.   It is very gratifying to know that Conscience Bay, as well as the surrounding bodies of water, are now going to be safer and cleaner due to this project.

This year we say goodbye to two of our beloved trustees – Gail Habicht and Ted Rosenberg, and welcome to two new trustees – Tim Hopkins and Bob Whitcomb.  A special thank you to must go to Ted for his superlative work as Commissioner of Roads, and to Gail for her tireless efforts as Environmental Commissioner.  We wish them well, and look forward to working with Trustees Tim and Bob, along with returning Trustees Steve Shybunko and Jeff Owen. 

Many new and exciting things are on the horizon, and I know that I speak for each and every one of you when I say that ours is one of the most beautiful and picturesque villages on Long Island.  It is up to all of us to keep it shining.  Please do your best to join us at our monthly Board of Trustees meetings, where you will be able to be kept abreast of what is happening in and around our village.

Thank you!



Mayor Michael Levine

January 1, 2014
Bianculli Carting will continue with the “alternate days” recycling schedule.
Should this change, Bianculli has stated that they will alert their customers
of the change and the date that it will become effective.
For your convenience we have listed the schedule below.
Thank you.

The Recycling Schedule:

  • Oct 8 - Glass/Plastic
  • Oct 15 - Paper
  • Oct 22 - Glass/Plastic
  • Oct 29 - Paper
  • Nov 5 - Glass/Plastic
  • Nov 12 - Paper
  • Nov 19 - Glass/Plastic
  • Nov 26 - Paper
  • Dec 3 - Glass/Plastic
  • Dec 10 - Paper
  • Dec 17 - Glass/Plastic
  • Dec 24 - Paper

The Environmental Committee meets the first Tuesday of each month, the Board of Trustees meet in work session the first Thursday of each month, and the Board of Trustees public meeting is the second Tuesday of each month. Click here for details..



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Tuesday 9 am - 3 pm
Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
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