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Village Agenda: Parking on River Ave, Old Brookhaven Town Hall

View the Patchogue Village Board of Trustees agenda here.

The agenda for Monday's Patchogue Village Board of Trustees meeting has a public hearing to add a no parking side to River Avenue and a bullet on having an appraisal done on old Brookhaven Town Hall.

The side of River Avenue potentially affected is the west side from the Long Island Railroad Tracks to a point 881 feet north that is just south of .

Also on the agenda is a public hearing to amend Chapter 435 of Village code to add penalties for the violation of any special permit, variance, special exception, certificate or site plan issued or approved pursuant to the Zoning Code.

Download the PDF from Patchogue Village's website here. The Village Board of Trustees meeting will take place Monday at 7:30 p.m. at , 14 Baker St.

David Kennedy July 23, 2012 at 12:56 PM
As an add on to this agenda, I was informed yesterday by Mayor Pontieri that Rob Loscalzo of Tritec will appear before the Vilage Board tonight and give an update on the Carnegie Library move. The Move scheduled for Midnight July 24th into July 25th has been postponed. More details on this willbe presented at the Village Board Meeting tonight.
Joseph Adriano July 23, 2012 at 06:35 PM
Does anyone know why they want no parking on this stretch of River Avenue? I know Mr. Grucci is investing in a property there....why no parking?
John Bogack July 23, 2012 at 06:52 PM
Joe, at the last Trustee meeting Trustee Kreiger said that this issue was being put up for a public hearing because of neighborhood concerns. I would expect more about this will be said tonight. I live off of River avenue myself. On weekends because of parking on both sides of River avenue it becomes a tight squeeze down River. I could see how it would help traffic flow to reduce street parking. But I would like to hear more about what the immediate neighbors have to say too. I do not believe that there is any connection between this change and the Grucci family. And if the Grucci family was truly interesting in buying up some property on River avenue there are any number of boarded up and abandoned homes that they would be doing the neighborhood a favor by buying up.
Joseph Adriano July 23, 2012 at 06:56 PM
Thanks John. Grucci bought or is buying on of those boarded up homes to develop. There is a big sign out front.

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