The agenda for Monday's Patchogue Village Board of Trustees meeting at Patchogue Village Hall includes bullets on the Carnegie Library property and street paving.
A public hearing is listed to review a subdivision of the 150 W. Main St property, which currently has both the Sixth District Court and the Carnegie Library. As was discussed at the July 22 meeting, the subdivision would place the court and parking lot in one parcel and the library on the other.
The agenda also includes bullets to hire Rosemar Construction for the milling and paving of Terry Street, Rider Avenue between the railroad crossing and Main Street and Division Street.
Monday's meeting will start at 6 p.m. at 14 Baker St.