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Exciting Mayor’s Trophy Tournament Coming!!

August 22nd, 2019

Join us as Mayor Koblenz hosts the 18th Anniversary of the Men’s Softball Mayor’s Trophy Tournament at The Park at East Hills. The action starts Sunday, September 15th, and continues Sunday, September 22nd. Spectators, friends, family, and professional scouts are encouraged to attend. The event is planned and implemented by Peter Wagner and Stewart Faden. […]

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East Hills’ “Sundaes on Mondays” Program is back!

August 13th, 2019

This past Monday, July 29, 2019, the Village of East Hills’ Kids in the Park committee brought back their successful “Sundaes on Mondays” program at the Grille. The Grille offered a special priced Kids Meal which included a make-your-own ice cream sundae. At the event, DJ Rad played music for the children as they enjoyed […]

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Eric Kobrick Announces East Hills’ Tennis Program is in Full Swing!

August 2nd, 2019

According to Eric Kobrick, Chair of the East Hills’ Tennis Committee, “The Village of East Hills’ outstanding summer tennis program is back!” The program involves different teams, lessons and events and is run by Steve Alhadeff. The summer program currently includes six teams competing in two different leagues, the Northshore Women’s League and the Long […]

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Friends for Friends Program Recognized at East Hills!

July 30th, 2019

Mayor Michael Koblenz and Oversight Committee Trustee Clara Pomerantz presented a commendation to Friends for Friends, an East Hills Committee. The three student participants who were honored include Sarah Faber (pictured), Julia Tenner and Bella Tenner for their participation with the program. The committee chairs also won first place at the Long Island Good Deed […]

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Excellent 2019 Financial Picture of East Hills By Moody’s

July 24th, 2019

The credit position for East Hills is very strong, and its Aa1 rating is higher than the median rating of Aa3 for US cities. Notable credit factors include a robust financial position, a very strong wealth and income profile and a healthy tax base. The credit position also reflects an extremely small debt burden and a manageable pension liability.

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The Sky’s the Limit with East Hills Fireworks!

July 10th, 2019

Photo Compliments of Alan Sloyer On Wednesday, July 3, 2019 the Village of East Hills celebrated Independence Day. Residents and guests arrived in the early evening to hear DJ music and picnic at the Park. As the evening continued, the audience enjoyed a special performance by the band, Petty Rumours. Their show brought together over […]

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School’s Out For Summer!

July 5th, 2019

On Wednesday, June 26, 2019, Kids in the Park celebrated the end of the school year with its annual “Party at the Pool.” Hundreds of children and parents joined in the fun. Among the many festivities, the children enjoyed DJ music and games, temporary tattoos and hair braiding for the girls. Gold Sponsor North Shore […]

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Mayor Michael Koblenz of East Hills Urges Amendment of Governor’s Budget to Reinstate Funding for Villages

February 28th, 2019

Mayor Michael Koblenz has written to key government officials requesting that the same level of subsidies, given through the Aid and Incentives to Municipalities Funding (“AIM”) to municipalities in the past, be maintained in the present budget. The current budget eliminates substantial subsidies. For villages similar to East Hills, $34,000 in subsidies would be lost. […]

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Character Breakfast in East Hills

November 30th, 2018

On November 25, 2018, the Kids in the Park Committee hosted their annual “Post-Thanksgiving Character Breakfast.” Families enjoyed a delicious all-inclusive breakfast. The characters that attended the event included “Bingo” from Puppy Pals, “#LOL Doll”, “Daniel Tiger” and “Shimmer” from Shimmer & Shine. Later, the kids enjoyed a special magic show and balloon twisting. Fun […]

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Friends for Friends – Superb!

November 20th, 2018

A Program for Special High School Students Run by Caring Colleagues And Supervised by Trustee Clara Pomerantz

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