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TOBAY Notebook: 2 Useful Brochures Available for Town Residents

One details the work of the Town Clerk's office, the other addresses the town's coastal resources.

The Town of  has a variety of brochures available to the public and the latest two can help you with basic documents as well as guide you through the various aquatic treasures of our slice of Long Island.

Town Clerk Steve Labriola is offering a free brochure that explains the various services associated with his office. They include obtaining the various documents people need from time to time to prove something or other.

Among its duties, the Town Clerk's office issues birth certificates, marriage licenses, dog licenses, passport application acceptance and free public parking and beach permits for residents who drive a hybrid or alternative fuel vehicle.

“This brochure offers an overview of my office with information about the many licenses and permits and how to obtain them," Labriola said. "It is a great reference tool for every resident in the town.”

Residents or organizations interested in the free brochure can pick up one at the Town Halls North (Oyster Bay) and South (Massapequa), the Department of Public Works (Syosset) and at major park facilities, or call or write to the Town of Oyster Bay Public Information Office, Town Hall East, 54 Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay, N.Y. 11771 (624-6380). A copy can also be downloaded from the Town’s Web site, www.oysterbaytown.com.

Both the Town Clerk’s Office in Oyster Bay and the one at 977 Hicksville Road, Massapequa, are open weekdays, excluding holidays, from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Information Available on Coastal and Marine Resources

The Town of Oyster Bay’s is named for one of the last viable shellfishing harbors on Long Island. From the North to South shores, there are numerous recreational opportunities for local residents.

The Town has produced a brochure about Oyster Bay’s coastal and marine resources. The free brochure includes information on its beaches, boating facilities, shellfishing, crabbing and lobstering, dune stabilization program, boating safety courses and tide tables.

“With Long Island Sound on its North Shore and Great South Bay on its South Shore, the Town of Oyster Bay is a virtual treasure-trove for all types of marine-related activities,” said Councilman Anthony D. Macagnone. “This brochure was created to help people learn about, and enjoy, our coastal and marine resources and programs.”

Residents or organizations can pick up one at the Town Halls North (Oyster Bay) and South (Massapequa), the Department of Public Works (Syosset) and at major park facilities, or call or write to the Town of Oyster Bay Department of Environmental Resources, 150 Miller Place, Syosset, NY 11791 (677-5823). A copy can also be downloaded from the Town’s Web site, www.oysterbaytown.com

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