Saturday, May 12, 2012
Support like this for a resident in need exemplifies that it is the caring people of Bayside that truly make this a great place to live.
The Kahn Family of 9141 N. Rexleigh Dr., who experienced a house fire on April 12, contacted Village Hall to express a heartfelt thank you to all the generous Bayside residents who donated money for them at the April 21 Clean-Up Day event. The family is simply overwhelmed by the generosity of the community. Residents donated $1,148 to the Kahn Family. This generosity and outpouring of support for a resident in need exemplifies that it is the caring people of Bayside that truly make this a great place to live. Once again on behalf of the Kahn Family, thank you to all the Bayside residents who gave and kept the Kahn Family in their thoughts.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
A total of 400 vehicles used the village hall lot and 150 came to the household hazardous waste site at Ellsworth Park for the Spring Cleanup event. Fill out the survey to help make next year even better!
Another great event where residents brought all you could. Great weather (no rain!) helped spark one of the best Clean Up Days yet. A quick rundown of everything collected: In total, over 400 cars utilized the Village Hall lot, with over 150 visiting the Household Hazardous Waste site at Ellsworth Park. Did you enjoy it? Ideas for improvement? Let us know! We also want to thank those who helped us put on such a great event, including: Take time to check out our great photos from the event as well. See you on July 15 for the Summer Clean Up Day event! Let the Savings Continue Wanna save some green? Due to unexpected demand and popularity, the Village's mulch, recycling bin, and rain barrel 10 percent off sale will continue through …
Monday, April 23, 2012
Multiple local organizations including Patch and the Mark Travel Corporation pitched in Saturday to help with taking donations of everything from lumber and recyclables to latex paint and old computers.
Hundreds made their way through the DPW parking lot at Bayside Village Hall Saturday to get rid of all kinds of things during the Spring Cleanup event. This year, the village rerouted traffic through the DPW entrance and around the west side of Village Hall which staff said made the process much smoother than previous years. As residents drove in, Bayside Village Hall stuff and volunteers from Patch.com and the Mark Travel Corporation helped unload vehicles, sort items and drain out latex paint so it could be disposed of. Patch will have an update later on the total amounts recycled, donated and disposed of a the event.