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7 Comments

Reply Donnalee
8:27 PM on April 3, 2010 
Hey guys thank for sharing this interesting site with us it was truly informative we've learned a lot looking forward in seeing more next time thank you.
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Reply Larry Maglione
7:56 AM on June 25, 2010 
So now what happens? The school district won't spend any money on this, the property is falling apart and based upon the condition the house will fall down in the next 3-5 years. What did we win? The family members are going to take back the farm and the SD will get zero
Reply Joe Cappadona
10:13 AM on June 27, 2010 
Joint use of Carll farm.As a Indian cultural center and
farm display and plantings site. Have the Indian cassinos finnance it as a charitable deduction.
Reply Larry Maglione
2:37 PM on June 27, 2010 
Joe Cappadona says...
Joint use of Carll farm.As a Indian cultural center and
farm display and plantings site. Have the Indian cassinos finnance it as a charitable deduction.


It's a pipe dream
Reply IceseeEdime
6:25 AM on July 5, 2011 
Very nice article.
Reply weedtwela
2:52 PM on July 7, 2011 
As a lawyer, that sounds to me like a very nice, lawyer's answer.
Reply Wendy La Mountain
6:16 PM on September 20, 2011 
I have a new topic for you. My next door neighbor is trying to subdivide their lot (98 Caramel Road). The lot is @ 1.6 acres in size. It was also zoned under Planning Code278 for cluster development 20 years ago. That code was designed to allow land development by creating lots sized or configured to preserve the environmental character of the area. This property has tremendous slopes leading to a ravine that has been left wild open space behind the houses. The motivation is apparently financial. This move is being tried w/2 other locations in Kings Park as well to try to set a precedent for overturning our long standing, carefully considered zoning. Cluster housing approval allowed the original developer to put in the original number of houses and preserve land space. Now this zoning, and why not yours next, is being threatened. The Planning Hearing is tomorrow at the Senior Center on Main St Smithtown at 8pm.