Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Pizzeria's Trike Has Code Enforcement Irked

By KELLY CAMPBELL

When Angela Badolato took over the pizza parlor on Main Street in April, formerly Michelangelo’s, she changed just about everything including the menu, the building fa├žade and the sign.

“Everyone has said they love it,” she said.

For the most part, she said her transition to owner/operator of Auntie A’s has gone well. That is until she parked a delivery trike painted black with the Auntie A logo and phone number at the Northport Village waterfront daily over the summer.

She has received several summonses from Northport Village Code Compliance Officer Bud Rudloff and was told she could not leave the trike parked at the waterfront.