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NOB HILL SOUTH
june 2015
Maintenance
Office
54 Richmond Blvd.
631.585.4429
HOURS
8AM to 2PM
EMAIL
[email protected]
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CAMCO SERVICES
Of NY
P.O. BOX 990
Pt. Jefferson Station
NY 11776
Property Manager
Carol Fishberger
631.476.2100 x206
Senior Property Mgr.
Drew Varano
631.476.2100 x212
After Hours Emergency
631.476.2100 Press 1
5PM to 9 AM
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Expert Tips For Preventing And Treating Tick Bites
(BPT) - If you think ticks are a concern only in the deep woods, it’s time to think again. Partially due to migrating deer
populations, ticks are now abundant in suburban and city backyards - and they’re spreading disease. In fact, an
estimated 300,000 Americans are infected with Lyme disease each year, according to estimates from the Center for
Disease Control and Prevention, as well as other types of diseases.
“Tick-borne illness is the fastest-growing infectious disease concern in the U.S.,” says Dan Wolff, wildlife conservation
specialist, tick expert and creator of TickEase tick-removal tweezers. “To protect both the people and the pets you
love, it’s important to take preventive steps and know what to do if a tick bite occurs.”
Living with two sons and two dogs in Eastern Massachusetts - an area with a high tick population - Wolff is no
stranger to the dangers of ticks. He takes these steps when heading outdoors with his family:
Tuck pant cuffs
For hikes or romps in the woods, tuck pant legs into your socks to prevent ticks from reaching your skin. Remember
that ticks do not fly or jump from trees; they are on the ground and crawl upward.
Make clothing tick-repellent
During high tick season, which occurs from May to November in much of the U.S., it’s best to treat your clothes with
tick repellant. Look for clothing-only sprays with permethrin to kill ticks on contact.
Check daily
Because it’s best to remove ticks before they attach, it’s important to check for them daily. Keep in mind that ticks like
constricted places, so be sure to check all over and focus specifically on locations like the underarms, under the knees
and around waistbands.
Be proactive for pets
Protect your furry family members by asking your vet about proper vaccination and treatment for pets. For example,
there are immunizations and topical treatments for dogs.
“If you find a tick has attached to you, a family member or your pet, remember that prompt and proper removal is the
key to reducing the risk of being infected with Lyme disease or other tick-borne illnesses,” says Wolff. Quick action
can make a big difference. For the majority of tick-borne diseases, you have 24 hours to find and remove an attached
tick before it transmits an infection, according to the University of Rhode Island TickEncounter Resource Center.
If you find an attached tick, you can easily remove it with TickEase, which is a specially designed dual-sided stainless
steel tick tweezers. You can use the thin-sided tip to remove small ticks by grasping the tick as close to the skin surface
as possible and pulling upward with even pressure. Use the slotted scoop on the other side to remove larger ticks on
pets by placing the slot against the skin and lifting it off with steady pressure. To learn more, visit BuyTickEase.com.
After removing the tick from a person or pet, thoroughly clean the bite area and your hands with rubbing alcohol,
an iodine scrub, or soap and water. If fever or rash develop within several weeks of removing the tick, visit a doctor.
“Avoid folk remedies for removing a tick,” stresses Wolff. “For example, smothering the tick in petroleum jelly won’t
likely work and it wastes time. Your goal is to remove the tick as quickly as possible to prevent disease and discomfort.”
Those Funny Rules We All Have to Live By
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In the event of snow, both Unit Owners &
Residents are required to clear their vehicles of
snow. As you clean your cars, if possible, please
be sure that the snow is not shoveled back into
the street or onto the walkways. Balconies must
be cleared of all snow.
Dog owners are required to walk their dogs
along the dog walk area; the dog walk area is
located along the south side of the parking lot
just in front of the picket fence. Please be sure
to always pick up after your dog. It is unsanitary
and hazardous to your dog as well as your
neighbor’s dog if you do not pick up.
Cleaning the hallway is the resident’s
responsibility. All persons residing in their
respective building must participate. A suggestion
for those resident’s that have a cleaning service
might be to request an extension of maid services
to the outside hallway. Any additional costs – if
there is any - can be shared by all residents.
Re-decorating must be agreed upon and paid
for by all unit owners sharing the hallway.
If you are outside in the courtyard early in the
morning or in the evening, be considerate of
your neighbors (our 1 bedroom units do face
the courtyard). For resident’s making use of the
courtyard for recreation, please be mindful and
tidy up. If you have used the BBQ, please put out
any remaining fire & remove the used charcoal,
empty the grease pan, dispose of cigarette butts
and empty any ashtrays that should then be
moved inside.
Vehicles must park within the painted lines;
parking lot lines help people know where to park
and where not to preventing possible damage
to your vehicle. The designated striped walk
way should also be clear of any vehicles having
parked over the parking lines.
• Unit Owners and Residents who do not adhere
to the Parking Rules & Regulations will be towed
at their expense.
• Garbage pick up is scheduled on Monday,
Wednesday & Friday. Place all garbage inside
the dumpster & contact our Maintenance
Manager, Mike Ward at 631.585.4429 for large
items you may require assistance. Arrange with
the company delivering the new appliance(s)
to remove the old appliance(s). If this is not
possible, please contact Mike who may be able
to assist.
• Our parking lot is for residents only and not for
family members on vacation. And, SLOW DOWN!
There are young children and other residents
who have pets whom you place at risk.
• Quiet hours are between the hours of 10 p.m.
and 8 a.m. Be considerate of your neighbors,
and do not run any appliances during this time.
• All main entrance doors are to remain closed
at all times due to fire code regulations.
• Items are not to be stored in common hallways
that impede a clear entrance and exit to units.
• Combustibles are not permitted in any
common areas or in the storage rooms. Any
flammable items will be removed.
• All items stored in storage rooms must be
labeled with unit owner’s name and unit
number. Furniture is not permitted to be stored
in common storage rooms.
All outdoor spigots have
been turned off and will
not be turned on until
approximately Memorial Day
2015 pending current weather
conditions at that time.
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Pot or plot? ‘Right-size’ plant picks for gardening success
you ever walked into a room
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More than a third of all American
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gardening the third largest yard activity
after landscaping and lawn care, the
National Gardening Survey shows.
Whether you aim to trim grocery bills
by growing your own produce, add
your own fresh herbs to your summer
cooking, or just plain love to garden,
choosing the right plants for your
gardening space - pot or plot - is your
best bet for great success.
Get your garden growing
Veggie and herb gardens need plenty
of sunshine and water, no matter what
you’re planting, or growing them in. Six
to eight hours of bright light every day
is best, so choose a sun-drenched spot
in your yard for raised beds or larger
gardens, and place pots and containers
on sunny porches, decks or patios.
Use a good potting mix for containers
and raised beds; it should be light
weight and provide fast drainage. For
garden plots, till soil, test for quality
and work any necessary amendments
into the soil before planting. All food
plants need to be fed. Consistent and
frequent watering, good drainage and a
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Food are needed for good plant health
and harvest.
Cultivating in containers and
raised beds
Gardening doesn’t require a huge plot
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success. Planting in containers can solve
space problems and raised beds allow
you to enjoy a garden if you’re short
on space or have poor soil quality in
your yard. Place containers in a sunny
spot, whether it’s an apartment balcony
or backyard patio. Make sure the pots
are large enough for the plants you’ll
put in them and have good drainage
holes. Consider container color; dark
containers will absorb more heat, so try
using lighter colored containers.
Plants suited for containers
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• All herbs.
• All greens. Add flowers to the same
pot for an ornamental touch.
• Tomatoes like Bonnie Plants’
popular Husky Cherry Red, Patio,
Bush Early Girl, Bush Goliath and
Better Bush. For larger varieties,
use a large pot, at least 5 gallons for
each plant and support plants with
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• Smaller eggplants such as Patio
Baby Mini Eggplants.
• Peppers, like Lunchbox Sweet
Snacking Peppers, that are smaller
in size and high in yield.
• Cucumbers if you add a trellis to
the pot and train them to climb.
Raised beds can host bigger veggies
like Beefmaster Tomatoes, or varieties
that require more room to spread on
the ground like zucchini. They’re also
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mustard and Swiss chard, and a variety
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Planting plots
In-ground
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Calling All Volunteers!
Both Nob Hill North & Nob Hill South are working
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The Board of Managers is seeking interested Unit Owners
who would be available to volunteer helping to coordinate
events that will allow our communities to join together.
If anyone is interested, please contact the Board of
Managers, Nob Hill Section I [email: [email protected]].
The group meets an average of once a month on a
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Tips For Growing a Water-Conservative Garden
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Gardening, however, can use quite a bit of water, and in states struck by drought it's important to conserve as much water
as possible.
• Choose plants that thrive in drier conditions. Vegetables like corn, spinach, mustard greens and some beans are
drought-tolerant, and desert rose and snake plant are beautiful landscaping plants that need less water.
• Water only where it's needed so it doesn't go to waste. When you use a lawn sprinkler to water your garden, much
of the spray misses your flowers and vegetables and ends up on the grass, the sidewalk or the neighbor's yard. Make
certain the water gets to the roots of your plants via a drip-irrigation system like Raindrip. Raindrip irrigation uses 70
percent less water than underground sprinklers and frees the user from constantly hauling around hoses because the
system stays in your garden all summer long.
The Raindrip kit, found at raindrip.com/drip-kits automates the entire process, saving you time and water. Just turn the kit
on - without needing to get out the hose - and if you really want to conserve water, set the timer to let the water run for a
specific amount of time each day. On rainy days, simply set the timer ahead to the next day so water is not wasted.
• Water at night or in the early morning when the sun is least likely to evaporate the moisture. This allows as much of
the water to penetrate to your plant's roots instead of evaporating.
• Build beds that encourage soil to stay damp as long as possible. Some ways to do this include digging the bed deeper
to help loosen the soil prior to planting. This gives roots the chance to go reach deeper and gain access to where water
might be more available. Also, once planted, cover the bed with a good layer of mulch or compost. This will help keep
the soil good and moist.
• Raise vegetable crops during the rainy season. Many areas of the country have
a cooler rainy season. Peas, leafy greens, radishes and other vegetables with
short growing seasons are great for planting early in the spring and sometimes
again late in the fall. Because temperatures are cooler and the early and late
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Drought affects all areas of the country during different years, so even if you
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several years down the road. It's important to know what steps you can take to be
more water conservative when it comes to your garden. Apply these tips to your
vegetables and flowers this year to see how successful you can be at reducing the
amount of water needed to grow your plants.
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If you're living in an area of the country under drought advisement, you can still have a garden this year if you carefully
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tax
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grilled chicken lupo...........................................................................................16.25
sauteed broccoli rabe, fresh mozzarella, grilled marinated chicken breasts,
garnished with cherry peppers
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nesconset,
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p.p. + Tax
complimentary appitizer: Gino’s salad (or) minestrone soup (or) pasta fagoli soup
complimentary appitizer: Gino’s salad (or) minestrone soup (or) pasta fagoli soup
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available
for take
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available
for
take
out,
delivery
or
dine
in!
of our pasta night dishes come complimentary
with
the choice
of:
all
all of our pasta
night dishes
complimentary
with the
choice of:
small gino’s
saladcome
(or) vegetable
minestrone
soup
small gino’s salad (or) vegetable minestrone soup
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served 7 days a week 10:30am-3:30pm
lunch is
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• dr.
pepper • brisk iced tea (sweetened)
sierra
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iced tea
pepsi • diet pepsi • mug
rootbeer
• dr. pepper • brisk
iced tea (sweetened)
sierra mist • unsweetened iced tea
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SOUP
SMALL SALAD
HALF HERO HALF HEROSOUP
SMALL
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HALF
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classic caesar salad
pasta fagioli
CHICKEN
PARM
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PASTA
FAGIOLI
CLASSIC
CAESAR
SALAD
white
cannellini
beans
with
pasta
pizzEttA
chicken parm
classicginos
caesar
salad
meatball
parmhero
hero
salad
pasta
fagioli
white cannellini
beans with pasta
in a light
plum
tomato
broth
MEATBALL PARM
HERO
romaine
hearts,
GINO’S
SALADred onions,
white cannellini beans
with
pasta
in a light
plum
tomato broth
PARM
HERO
ginos
salad
fresh
mozzarella,
olives,
romaine
hearts,
red onions,
fresh
in a
light minestrone
plum tomato broth
roasted
peppers
and
tomatoes
romaine
hearts,
red
onions,
mozzarella,
olives,
roasted
pepMINESTRONE
SAUSAGE PARM
HERO
PIZZETTAparm
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sausage
eggplant
parm hero
hero
fresh
mozzarella,
olives,
vegetables
in
a
plum
tomato
pers
and
tomatoes
minestrone
SAUSAGE PEPPER ONION
insalata
roasted peppers
and pera
tomatoes
broth
vegetables
in a plum
tomato
tortellini
in
brodobroth
sausage
pepper
mesculin
greens
topped with
sausage
parm onion
herored or white sauce
INSALATA
PERA
GINO’S
red or white sauce CHICKEN FRESCA
poached
pears,
crumbled
blue
insalata
pera
tortellini
in homemade
chicken
broth
WRAP
EN BRODO mesculin
mesculin
greens topped with
cheese
and
caramelized
walnuts
tortellini in TORTELLINI
brodo
sausage pepper onion
greens
topped with
GREEK parm
EGGPLANT
meatball
eggplant
parm hero
hero
rgrilled chicken, red onion, tomato,
PIZZETTA
tortellini in homemade chicken
poached
crumbled
blue
chicken
fresca
hero
red or white
sauce
poached
pears,pears,
crumbled
blue
tortellini
in
homemade
chicken broth
cream
of broccoli
basil and fresh
mozzarella
broth
cheese
and caramelized
walnuts
grilled chicken, red onion,
insalata
fantasia
cheese and
caramelized
walnuts
garnished
with
homemade
croutons
tomato,
basil and
fresh hero
mozzarella
spinach and mixed greens topped
chicken
fresca
CHICKEN CAESAR cream
WRAP of broccoli
MARGUERITE
CREAM OF BROCCOLI with insalata
INSALATA
FANTASIA
red
onions,
goat cheese and
grilled chicken, red onion,
fantasia
romaine, caesar
dressing,
grilled
garnished
with homemade
croutons
stracciatella
soup
garnished
with homemade
spinach
and mixed
greens
chicken
caesar
wrap
raspberry
shallot
vinaigrette
sided
tomato,
basil
and
fresh
mozzarella
spinach
and
mixed
greens
topped
chicken
PIZZETTA
italian stylecroutons
spinach
romaine,
caesar dressing,
with
crostini
topped
with
red
onions, goat
with red onions, goat cheese
and
and egg drop
soup
grilled
chicken
stracciatella
soup
ITALIAN HERO
and
raspberry shallot
chicken
caesar
wrap
raspberrycheese
shallot
vinaigrette
sided
insalata
maranello
STRACCIATELLA SOUP
assorted italian coldcuts,italian
fresh mozstyle spinach
romaine, caesar dressing,
with crostini
vinaigrette
sided
with crostini
italian
hero
romaine, walnuts, dried cranberries,
italian
style spinach and egg
zarella, peppers, lettuce,and
tomato
butternut
squash
egg drop
soup
grilled
chicken
assorted italian coldcuts,
avocado
and
goat cheese
drop
soup
INSALATA
MARANELLO
insalata
maranello
pureed butternut squash
fresh mozzarella,
peppers,
SHRIMP PARM HERO (+$1.00)
italian hero
romaine, walnuts,
dried cranberries,
romaine, walnuts,
dried cranberwith hintssquash
of apple
butternut
lettuce,
tomato
insalata
buenavista
BUTTERNUT
assorted
italian
coldcuts,
avocado
and goat
cheese
ries,
avocado
andsliced
goat cheese
VEAL PARM HEROpureed
(+$1.00)butternut
squash SQUASH
spring
mix
greens,
green
fresh mozzarella, peppers,
pureed
butternut
squash
with
soup
of
day
with
hints
ofthe
apple
shrimp
parm hero
(+$1.00)
apples,
fresh
mozzarella and
lettuce,
tomato
insalata
buenavista
POLLO PANINI
hints of apple
INSALATA
BUENO
VISTA
caramelized
walnuts
spring
mix
greens,
sliced
green
spring mix greens, sliced green
veal parm
VINCENZO PANINI
soup of the day
shrimp
parmhero
hero(+$1.00)
(+$1.00)
apples,
freshfresh
mozzarella
apples,
mozzarellaand
SOUP OF THE DAy
caramelized
walnuts and
MIA
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caramelized walnuts
veal parm hero (+$1.00)
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buffets &
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bar stools
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• Expert chair and sofa reupholstery
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• Expert furniture repair and recaning
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• Custom made breakfast nooks any size
and color
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Hours : Monday - Saturday 11-6,
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Sunday
12-5
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