Local park named after firefighter - Melville fire chief Tyrone Mogenson (left) and Mayor Walter Streelasky (right) presented deputy fire chief Norm Konechny with a replica of the plaque which will be placed at the park at the corner of Prince Edward St. and Third Avenue East. The park was officially named the Norman Konechny Park in honor of his 50 years of dedicated service to Melville’s emergency services.

by Wade Walz One of Melville’s parks has a new name in honor of the city’s longest active public servant. The park at the corner of Prince Edward St. and Third Avenue E. is now the Norman Konechny Park in honor of the city’s deputy fire chief who is celebrating 50 years of active service […]

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