Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Skepticism Clear at Maritime Zoning Hearing


Click here to see a copy of the proposed resolution on the Town of Huntington's Web site.

An air of heavy skepticism was evident on the part of Huntington residents at a contentious public hearing held by the Town Tuesday, April 24 to discuss a controversial proposal to create a new zoning district known as “maritime.” In fact, tempers ran so high at the hearing that Supervisor Frank Petrone determined that a public information meeting was necessary to explain the proposal before the Town Board votes on it. A date has not yet been set but the Supervisor said it would likely be in May.

Monday, May 7, 2007

Cemetery treasurer arraigned on charges she stole $75K


Darcy Jost, the woman who allegedly embezzled more than $75,00 from the Genola Rural Cemetery over a four-year period while serving as secretary, was arraigned in Courtroom D-11 in First District Court in Central Islip Tuesday.

After surrendering herself and records relating to the case to Suffolk County Police early Tuesday morning and being charged with felony grand larceny, Ms. Jost was taken to the courthouse.

County plan for busy intersection causes concern


Suffolk County Department of Public Works engineers intended to “alleviate any concerns” regarding its plan for Elwood and Pulaski Roads—or as the county refers to them County Routes 10 and 11, respectively—with their presentation to the Northport-East Northport Board of Education Thursday, April 26.

It seemed, however, to have the reverse effect and several members of the Board and many members of the audience were very vocal in their displeasure.