Roslyn approves new vehicle charging stations

Roslyn approves new vehicle charging stations
Roslyn Village Hall. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. License:

The village of Roslyn voted to implement vehicle charging stations on Lumber Road, located in the heart of Roslyn, at the board of trustees meeting Tuesday night.

The charging stations would be located in the parking lots on Lumber Road offered to residents and customers enjoying the shops along Old Northern Boulevard.

The board of trustee meeting began with a moment of silence observed for three community members who have died recently.

This included former generational owner of Pierce Country Day Camp Doug Pierce, and Drew Hassenbein and Ethank Falkowitz, two 14-year-old boys who were killed in an alleged drunk driving incident.

Roslyn Mayor John Durkin said the village is planning to implement a plaque to memorialize Pierce.

He said he would also like to place yellow ribbons throughout the village to commemorate the two boys, Hassenbein and Falkowitz, but first with their families’ approval.

The Roslyn Board of Trustees will convene again in village hall at 7 p.m. on June 20.

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