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Oyster Bay pool, beach fees remain the same

Oyster Bay’s summer pool, beach and boat ramp fees will remain unchanged from last year, officials say.

The town’s four community pools (at Bethpage, Marjorie R. Post, Plainview-Old Bethpage and Syosset-Woodbury parks) will open June 25. Family memberships for residents in park districts are $175, and $210 for those outside. Senior citizens receive discounts.

At Oyster Bay’s seven beaches, resident parking stickers will cost $50 and go on sale May 14. Senior citizens, military veterans, volunteer firefighters and active-duty service members are among those eligible for $25 stickers. Daily admission prices vary for nonresidents.

Meanwhile, seasonal trailer stickers for three town launching ramps — John J. Burns Town Park in Massapequa, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park and Beach in Oyster Bay and Harry Tappen Beach in Glenwood Landing — remain $35 for residents. Daily cost, without a sticker, is $10.

Nonresidents can get a sticker for $150 at Burns park and $70 at Tappen beach. Ramps open May 28.

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