Category Archives: Louis Imbroto

Imbroto Announces Free Musical Performances at Bethpage Jericho Locust Valley Libraries this October

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Louis Imbroto announced that the Distinguished Artists Concert Series will host multiple performances throughout the month of October 2018 at local libraries throughout the Town.


“The Distinguished Artists Concert Series provides free musical and dance programs for the enjoyment of our residents,” said Councilman Imbroto. “I encourage residents to take advantage of these wonderful performances offered by the Town for free at local libraries.”


Scheduled performances for October include:

  • Mambo Loco on Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 2:00 pm at the Locust Valley Library – playing the best of old-school Latin and Latin jazz.
  • Something Special Big Band on Sunday, October 14, 2018 at 2:00 pm at the Bethpage Library – one of the finest nostalgia/jazz swing bands in the New York-Long Island area.
  • The Hambones on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 2:00 pm at the Jericho Library – a well-crafted mix of classic country/rockability and blues from the 50’s to today.
  • The Guthrie Brothers Scarborough Fair on Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 2:00 pm at the Locust Valley Library – a note-for-note performance of Simon & Garfunkel’s best-known songs presented with history and humor.


The Distinguished Artists Concert Series is sponsored by the Cultural and Performing Arts (CAPA) Division of the Town of Oyster Bay’s Department of Community & Youth Services. For further information, please call (516) 797-7900 or visit


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Councilman Imbroto Announces the Availability of Racks for Canoes, Kayaks and Dinghies

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Louis B. Imbroto announces that residents interested in enjoying time on the water can now store their canoe, kayak or dinghy in racks conveniently located at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park & Beach in Oyster Bay and at the Harry Tappen Beach, Pool and Marina in Glenwood Landing.


“These two locations provide outstanding access to our beautiful waterways on the north shore,” Councilman Imbroto said. “Canoes, kayaks and dinghies give outdoor enthusiasts a unique opportunity to navigate and closely explore the harbors and its serene coves and tributaries. The nearby racks make the process easy for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy this leisure activity for the entire season, which begins April 1st.”


Applications to rent rack space are available at the Parks Department’s Office of Beaches, located in Town Hall South, located at 977 Hicksville Road in Massapequa. Prices for the season are $150 for residents and $300 for non-residents. Rentals begin March 1, 2018. The season begins April 1st and extends through December 31, 2018. Two kayaks can be placed in a rack. All other vessels are limited to one.


“Activities like Kayaking are exhilarating and an excellent form of exercise,” Councilman Imbroto added. “It can also be an ideal opportunity to share time and relax with friends and family.”


For more information, residents may call (516) 797-4111 or visit


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Councilman Imbroto Announces Spring Schedule At Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center

Town Councilman Louis B. Imbroto invites residents looking to cool off as the weather gets warmer to come down to the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center.


“Anyone looking for a fun activity this spring can come down to the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center, located at Bethpage Community Park,” Councilman Imbroto said. “The spring schedule, which runs through June 25, provides for time to enjoy a public session, various hockey clinic opportunities, as well as figure skating lessons.”


Councilman Imbroto noted that times for all sessions, as well as clinic and lesson opportunities, are listed on the Town’s website,


The Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating center will be closed on Monday, May 29th, for Memorial Day. Please be aware that the schedule is subject to change. Visit for more information.


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S.T.O.P. Hazardous Waste Collection Program: April 30

Legislator Denise Ford is pleased to announce that the Town of Hempstead Stop Throwing Out Pollutants Hazardous Waste Collection Program (S.T.O.P.) is coming to our area and will take place Sunday, April 30, 2017 from 8am to 3pm. The drop site is located at Long Beach City Hall in the parking lot.


April 30, 2017, 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Long Beach City Hall Parking Lot
Centre Street off Park Avenue


The Stop Throwing Out Pollutants (S.T.O.P.) Program is designed to provide area residents with a safe, environmentally sound method of disposal of the many hazardous materials found in the average home. By bringing such toxins as antifreeze, drain cleaners and pesticides on any of the scheduled S.T.O.P. collection days, you and your family can make a significant contribution to the protection of our precious groundwater supply and the preservation of our bays and estuaries. Please join with us in cleaning our homes of hazardous material and ensuring their proper collection and disposal. Together we can ensure the continued integrity of our fragile ecosystem.


When bringing items, please follow these simple guidelines: Wrap leaking containers in newspaper and place in a plastic bag or larger container. Make sure all caps and lids are tight. Place items securely in a box for transportation. Use newspaper or cardboard to keep items from tipping or hitting each other. Place chemicals which may react with each other in separate areas of the vehicle. Do not leave products in a hot, unventilated vehicle for an extended period of time. Do not smoke near chemical products. Wear rubber gloves when handling containers.


Waste from commercial establishments, schools, churches, synagogues or home businesses will not be accepted. No commercial vehicles are permitted. Please note that electronic recycling items will only be collected at E-cycle events.


For a list of acceptable/unacceptable S.T.O.P. recycling items, please visit:


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Registration Begins for Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program

Town Councilman Louis B. Imbroto announced that residents interested in having their children attend this year’s Town of Oyster Bay Summer Recreation Program may now contact the Town’s Recreation Division to inquire about registration.


“The Town’s Summer Recreation Program offers children between the ages of four and twelve an exciting summer experience,” Councilman Imbroto said. “Depending on age group, participants take part in trips, tournaments, shows and athletic events, including the always popular Tobay Games.”


The Councilman noted that the program runs from Wednesday, July 5th through Friday, August 11th, and that parents may choose to send their child to either Marjorie R. Post (Massapequa), Plainview-Old Bethpage or Syosset-Woodbury Community Parks, Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park in Farmingdale, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park and Beach in Oyster Bay, or Tappen Beach in Glenwood Landing. Children may attend both the morning and afternoon sessions or just one session, however no supervision is provided for the lunch hour between 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m., so parents must make arrangements for their children during this time.


The cost for the program is only $300 per child and $100 for each additional child in the same family. For more information, or to receive a registration packet, call the Department of Parks Recreation Division at (516) 797-4125, extension 1. Families with children who participated in last year’s program are automatically sent registration packets. The deadline for registration materials to be received by the Recreation Office is June 16th.


“The Town’s Summer Recreation Program is an excellent opportunity for children to participate in a variety of fun, age-appropriate activities right in their own communities,” Councilman Imbroto noted.


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