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February 5, 2019


Dear Residents,

By now, everyone should have received from Nassau County, the Notice of Tentative Assessed Value for 2020/2021.   For many property owners in the Village of Thomaston, the “Full Market Value” has increased.  I am sure that many residents, myself included, are concerned.

As such, I want to make you aware that I, along with several other Mayors, have met with Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and the Nassau County Assessor, David Moog to address our concerns.  During our meeting, I brought to the attention of the Nassau County Assessor, discrepancies between actual sale prices of homes in the Village of Thomaston and the Nassau County Full Market Value.   Mr. Moog will review this information and determine whether the Nassau County Department of Assessment will review the assessment formula Village wide.  Please note that if a re-valuation does take place, it would only affect the assessed value for the 2021/2022 tax year and not the 2020/2021 tax year.

In the meantime, you have the option to grieve your 2020/2021 assessment with Nassau County.  The deadline to grieve your 2020/21 assessment is April 30, 2019.  Please visit the Nassau County Assessment Review Commission (ARC) website at:  to learn how to file a grievance or you may attend an upcoming workshop.  Workshop dates are posted on the Village website.  We have also made available on the Village website, a list of 2017 and 2018 sales of real property in Thomaston.


Steven Weinberg

Village of Thomaston Property Sales 2017 & 2018
Date of Sale S/B/L Address Sale Price
1/18/2017 2/246/218 6 Terrace Dr $986,000
1/24/2017 2/206/6 4 St George Rd $1,018,000
1/26/2017 2/140/807 106 Susquehanna Av $700,000
3/27/2017 2/166/128 3 Harris Court $1,145,000
4/6/2017 2/140/799 102 Susquehanna Av $1,500,000
4/11/2017 2/260/315 30 Spruce St $612,500
5/24/2017 2/257/368 55 Susquehanna Av $1,120,000
7/7/2017 2/8/29 23 Lincoln Rd $1,070,000
7/24/2017 2/333/8,24 6 Grace Ct N $1,280,000
8/8/2017 2/256/29 160 Hillpark Av $1,468,000
8/18/2017 2/262/519 20 Avalon Rd $900,000
8/22/2017 2/257/250 180 Overlook Av $1,120,000
8/31/2017 2/262/17 106 Lee Av $970,000
9/21/2017 2/203/106 259 Schenck Av $810,000
11/6/2017 2/207/36 9 Shadow Ln $848,000
12/11/2017 2/209/23 225 Shoreward Dr $1,100,000
3/1/2018 2/260/215 28 Spruce St $690,000
5/23/2018 2/375/11 15 St George Rd $965,000
5/31/2018 2/231/22 1 Terrace Dr $1,090,000
6/11/2018 2/163/45 9 Lincoln Rd $988,000
7/13/2018 2/260/419 5-7 Prospect St $1,300,000
7/20/2018 2/260/403 121 Susquehanna Av $1,200,000
8/3/2018 2/262/521 15 Linden St $950,000
9/7/2018 2/334/40 107 Grace Av $938,000
9/7/2018 2/375/9 11 St George Rd $1,030,000
9/21/2018 2/248/12 11 Lodge Rd $775,000
10/10/2018 2/262/16 248 Schenck Av $900,000
10/17/2018 2/257/111-114 118 Overlook Av $2,150,000
10/18/2018 2/166/13 264 Schenck Av $730,000
10/29/2018 2/163/162 2 Crescent Rd $1,120,000
11/13/2018 2/208/24 26 Shadow Ln $1,400,000

Congratulations to Village of Thomaston resident
David Emilio Mollon II on achieving the rank of Eagle Scout!

On Saturday, March 2nd, David Emilio Mollon II, along with two other fellow Scouts
from Boy Scout Troop 10, were recognized for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout,
the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. 

For his Eagle Scout project, David
converted the former St. Aloysius Food Pantry
 into a multipurpose meeting room and classroom for use by the parish’s community
outreach program and for the Great Neck community as a whole.

Please join us in recognizing David for his achievement and his service to the community.

David Emilio Mollon with Mayor Steven Weinberg and his parents





Residents of the Village have reported receiving phone calls from individuals
claiming to be PSEG employees.  These individuals are threatening to cut off service
due to an outstanding account balance and are demanding payment
via a pre-paid debit card. 


If you receive such a call, hang up.

The Nassau County Police Department is aware of this scam and are investigating.

For more information the PSEG Long Island website:



You may have noticed that the Village has been replacing the street name signs throughout Thomaston. 
Thomaston residents who are interested in obtaining one of the old signs
may request a sign by calling the Village Hall  at (516) 482-3110. 

Quantities are limited.  Requests will be accommodated on a first come, first served basis, subject to availabilty.  



In response to safety concerns expressed by numerous residents, the Board of Trustees has lowered the speed limit to 25 MPH on the following Village roads:

  • Colonial Road 
  • Grace Avenue 
  • Schenck Avenue
  • Shoreward Drive
  • Susquehanna Avenue    

New 25 MPH speed limit signs have been installed within the applicable segments of these roads. 
Please pay attention when driving through the Village and obey the posted speed limits as the
Nassau County Police Department will be enforcing the speed limits in Thomaston.  Unless otherwise posted,
the speed limit on other roads within the Village is 30 MPH.

Thank you for your cooperation in helping to make Thomaston a safer place for
our children, pedestrians, and motorists.


Spring Tree Planting

The Village is currently accepting requests from residents who would like a street tree planted
 along the curb in front of their property.
Interested residents must call the Village Hall to be placed on the request list.
Approval of the request is subject to a site visit to determine if there is sufficient room for planting. 
We expect to plant the following varieties of trees, subject to availability:

October Glory Maple (Acer Tartaricum, var. 'Rubrum')
Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringia Reticulata - var. 'Ivory Silk', 'Summer Snow' or 'Regent")
Goldenrain (Koelreuteria Paniculata)
Summer Sprite Litlleleaf Linden (Tilia Cordata, var. 'Halka')

Requests will be fulfilled on a first come, first served basis.  Quantities are limited. 
Any resident requests that cannot be fulfilled this fall will be carried over to spring.




Have you heard about...

Residential Energy Affordability Partnership (REAP)

REAP is a program for income eligible PSEG customers designed to help them save money and lower their electric bills.  Eligible customers will receive a free home survey.  During the survey, a REAP technician may install energy saving measures in your no cost to you!  Reap technicians choose items that will make your home MOST energy efficient.  Among the items may be high efficiency LED bulbs and/or energy efficient appliances.

To learn more about this program and the eligibility guidelines, click here or call 800-263-6786   


has seen a recent influx of automobile related crimes in the county.

While there have been no reports of automobiles stolen in Thomaston,
there have been a small number of cases reported in which items were
taken from unlocked cars.  As a reminder, please review the following tips.

from the Nasssau County Police Department
  1. Do not leave your car unlocked 
  2. Never leave your car running, especially while it is unattended or unlocked
  3. Do not leave a spare key near or in your vehicle
  4. Never leave your windows open
  5. Park in well lit areas
  6. Install an audible alarm system and a visible anti-theft device
  7. Consider installing a GPS tracking device
  8. Do not leave valuable personal property in your vehicle
  9. Leave your car in park or in gear with the wheels turned towards the curb
  10. ALWAYS look around and be aware of your surroundings



The Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department covers 10 square miles of Nassau County,
including most of the Village of Thomaston.

"Department members are all volunteers and are trained to provide fire, specialty rescue, and emergency medical care to the community. With an average of 2,500 calls a year, all possible community support is greatly appreciated! The best support you can provide us is your time - help us help you. No experience is required, and the department provides all necessary training. For more information, visit us online at or call us: 516-466-4435 (non-emergency)."






Attention Residents - please be advised that the Village has received reports
that newspapers left at the curb for recycling have been taken by individuals
other than our refuse company. We advise you not to put any papers
that contain personal information out with your recycling materials.