THE OLD COURTHOUSE!
The building itself is significant to Long Island's history. Once the Heitz Place Courthouse, it was built in 1895 on land that was originally deeded to the Town of Oyster Bay by Arnold G. Heitz for a meeting hall, known to locals as the Village Hall. In the early 1900s, the courthouse's original two-cell jail was expanded into three cells. One still remains and can be viewed by visitors to the museum. During the World War I era, the courthouse became the headquarters of the Selective Service for Eastern Nassau County. The building was later renovated and has been the home of the Hicksville Gregory Museum in 1973. One year later, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
P.S. Joe's Dad - Former District Court Judge Francis J. Donovan was the last Judge to preside here before the courthouse moved to Mineola!!
Havin' some fun playing music after work with our friend George and his great car as back up!!
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