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School Board Election

Posted by Bruce Ettenberg on May 13, 2017 at 4:25 PM Comments comments (1)

Two of the candidates for the Commack Board of Education support the preservation of the Marion Carll Farm. If we are to save this farm we need their support on the Board of Education. They are Jen Carpenter and Bill Hender.

Please vote on TUESDAY, May 16 to save the farm for the enjoyment of the community an...

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SENIOR MEDICAL ID CARD

Posted by rich on March 12, 2015 at 10:45 AM Comments comments (0)

SENIOR MEDICAL ID CARD--FREE YOU MUST BE 60 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER

A program for SENIOR MEDICAL ID CARDS will be held on Thursday, April 23, 2015 from 1:45-4:15 at the Commack Library on Hauppauge Road in the Community Room. The Commack Community Association is presenting this program along with the Suffolk County Sherriff's Department.

Appilcations will be available starting on April 1st at the Commack Library Circulation Desk. Please fill out the application in full and bring it ...

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When elected officals don't listen

Posted by commackcommunityassociation on June 27, 2010 at 9:05 PM Comments comments (0)

What do you do when elected officials do not listen to the will of the majority?

 

On June 24, the residents of Commack told their elected school board members that they did not want to sell the Marion Carll Farm for development, as part of a gated condominium community. The vote total was greater than a 2 to 1 majority against the proposition. This was an opportunity for the board of education to rethink their plans ...

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A Farmhouse is not a farm

Posted by commackcommunityassociation on June 14, 2010 at 10:37 AM Comments comments (5)

A Farmhouse is not a Farm

Next Thursday’s vote to turn over the fate of the historic Marion Carl Farm is a challenging choice for many. The proposal will eventually bring in more tax revenue—if the town allows dozens of condos to be built. And the farm house, on the National Register of Historic Places, will be restored and then resold to a private party who will then pay taxes.

But a farmhouse, no matter how historic and important...

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A Farmhouse is not a farm

Posted by Bruce Ettenberg on June 14, 2010 at 10:34 AM Comments comments (0)

A Farmhouse is not a Farm

Next Thursday’s vote to turn over the fate of the historic Marion Carl Farm is a challenging choice for many. The proposal will eventually bring in more tax revenue—if the town allows dozens of condos to be built. And the farm house, on the National Register of Historic Places, will be restored and then resold to a private party who will then pay taxes.

But a farmhouse, no matter how historic and important, is not a farm.

The magnificen...

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A Farmhouse is not a Farm

Posted by Bruce Ettenberg on June 14, 2010 at 9:15 AM Comments comments (0)

A Farmhouse is not a Farm

Next Thursday’s vote to turn over the fate of the historic Marion Carl Farm is a challenging choice for many. The proposal will eventually bring in more tax revenue—if the town allows dozens of condos to be built. And the farm house, on the National Register of Historic Places, will be restored and then resold to a private party who will then pay taxes.

But a farmhouse, no matter how historic and important, is not a farm.

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Maron Crll Farm

Posted by Bruce Ettenberg on June 14, 2010 at 9:12 AM Comments comments (1)

A Farmhouse is not a Farm

Next Thursday’s vote to turn over the fate of the historic Marion Carl Farm is a challenging choice for many. The proposal will eventually bring in more tax revenue—if the town allows dozens of condos to be built. And the farm house, on the National Register of Historic Places, will be restored and then resold to a private party who will then pay taxes.

But a farmhouse, no matter how historic and important, is not a farm.

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Need help with the Town?

Posted by commackcommunityassociation on November 6, 2009 at 9:42 AM Comments comments (2)

The Commack Community Association can get that street lamp fixed or that pothole filled. Anything you need fixed in your neighborhood will be communicated to the Town by the Asssociation. Our voice and your input combined will make Commack a better place to live, to raise a family and to retire. please post your neighborhood's needs here. We take action and get things done!

 

Examples:    Street light out

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Welcome to The Commack Community Association Blog

Posted by commackcommunityassociation on March 23, 2009 at 10:46 PM Comments comments (7)

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