Monthly Meeting Thursday, December 3rd, 2015 @ 8:00 p.m. Eatons Neck Firehouse.

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 NEXT Board meeting will be on December 3,  2015 -  (There will be no November meeting)

Petition to ACOE to restore Asharoken Avenue Beach

The Mayor of the Village of Asharoken and members of the POENB are reaching out to the Eaton Harbors community asking for your support. They are requesting all residents sign an electronic petition urging our elected officials to assist in having the Army Corp of Engineers (ACOE) reconsider their position regarding the beach remediation along Asharoken Avenue. As it stands now, the ACOE will replenish approximately 120 feet of sand along the Asharoken strip but, since the property owners along the strip are receiving the direct benefit of the work they must agree to grant public access to their private beaches, provide parking facilities and become financially responsible for any liabilities arising from such public access. Needless to say, many of the property owners are reluctant to expose themselves and give up so much when the benefit to them may not be as vital as it is to us.

The petition asks that ACOE change their focus and realize - while the restoration may benefit some of the Asharoken property owners, it definitely benefits and has a direct impact in protecting ALL the residents of Eaton’s Neck. Should the road breach, some of the Asharoken property owners may suffer a financial loss but, the ACOE needs to understand, if medical and emergency services are unable to reach us or our core utility services fail ALL of the Eaton’s Neck residents will be placed in harm’s way and may suffer a loss of life.   

To read more on the topic and sign the electronic petition CLICK HERE click here. It only takes a moment to sign.  

Eaton Harbors Civic Committee

The EHCC is still collecting dues for 2015
 funds are used to help with events and buy plantings.

             It's Not Too Late!  
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Messages from the Eaton’s Neck Fire Department By Rich Baer

The number to call in case of a fire or medical emergency is 757 5700!
Do not hesitate to call. It is better to be safe than sorry.
Trained volunteers will respond to your call for help.


This late report concerns the 2015 4th of July Parade and Picnic. There was a historical event in that for the first time the same person won the fifty-fifty drawing for the second year! The winner in both 2014 and 2015 was an East Northport volunteer fireman. In 2014 he turned over his winnings to the Eaton's Neck Fire Department.  


Looking forward to cooler weather and more training activities and social activities, the fire department will host two events on the first weekend of October. On Saturday, October 3rd, the third annual Octoberfest will be held at the fire house picnic ground from 4 to 7 PM. Food will include Bratwurst, German potato salad, Bavarian Pretzels, Black Bread, and a variety of Octoberfest beers. Apfelstrudel and coffee will be served as desert.


To join in the festivities send your reservation to Joe Gallino, 15 Drake Pl. Make checks out to the Eaton's Neck Fire Department in the amount of $25.00 per person. This event has proved to be very popular in the past two years, so please send your reservations in before September 26. Thank you.


The next day , Sunday, October 4th, the department will host an open house for fire prevention. There will be activities for  children  which will include small hose handling and aiming water streams on various targets. The focus of the day will be on smoke detectors in the home and their import role in fire safety.  Refreshments will be served and all are welcome, we look forward to seeing you Sunday October 4th


Yours for fire safety,  Rich Baer



NYS DEC Deer Management Presentation

   Josh Stiller from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation gave a one plus hour deer management presentation at the Eaton's Neck Fire Department on January 15th, 2015. The video is divided into five - fifteen minute segments and can be view using the following links.teen minute segments and can be view using the following links.  

NYS DEC Videos Part 1
NYS DEC Videos Part 2
NYS DEC Videos Part 3
NYS DEC Videos Part 4
NYS DEC Videos Part 5


Today's Tides

11/25/2015Wed04:14 AMLow-0.7-21
11/25/2015Wed10:20 AMHigh9.1277
11/25/2015Wed04:51 PMLow-1.4-43
11/25/2015Wed10:54 PMHigh8.2250
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The Town of Huntington ordinance,
passed this April, reads:

The owner of property in the Town of Huntington having running Bamboo located upon it is responsible for either removing the Bamboo or taking reasonable measures to confine the bamboo to their own property and to prevent the encroachment, spread, invasion or intrusion of Bamboo onto adjoining or neighboring properties. Residents have the benefit of a six month moratorium to clear and/or contain their bamboo before any penalty provisions begin.

Attention Shareholders:

          Your cooperation and assistance is needed. Motor vehicles including golf carts or quads are not permited on the grass at the beach. Please instruct household members and guests not to ride on the grass.   


                  Thank you,

         EHC Board of Directors




Shell Fish Notice

Shellfish Update --

For more information, see the DEC link at