The Fort Salonga Association

Established 1946

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Richard Gasser Appointed to FSA Board

After a more than thirty-five year absence, the FSA is pleased to announce the return of former director Richard Gasser to the board. Read More

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Scott Paisley joins FSA Board to Address Environmental Issues

Scott Paisley has lived his whole life in Smithtown Township and is now residing in Fort Salonga for the last five years where he and his wife Donielle are raising their two girls, and their dog Ryder. Read More

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Local Historical Societies, New Members Welcome

Get in touch with your local historical society and learn about the rich history of the area that we live in. There are always fun and educational activities for the whole family to enjoy. Read More

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Smithtown News Update

As reported at our annual meeting, the FSA is proud to announce that the State of New York has awarded the Town of Smithtown $500,000 in preservation funds to be applied towards the Town’s acquisition of 8-9 acres of environmentally sensitive land at the Owl Hill site. Read More

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Fort Salonga Association 2016 Holiday Caroling Event

Every year, on the Saturday before Christmas, the Kings Park Holiday Fire Truck parade stops at the IGA Shopping Center and the Fort Salonga Association hosts the annual holiday caroling event in front of IGA.

This year, performers included Paul Graf and the Fort Salonga Band which consisted of Kevin and Ryan Byrne. Mr. John Strange, Music Director at Holy Family Regional School, brought his choral group. Students from the William T. Rogers School also brought the holiday spirit into full swing in Fort Salonga. Read More

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Police Officer Angela Ferrara Presentation

Tuesday, January 31, was our yearly membership meeting and election for officers and directors. At this meeting Police Officer Angela Ferrara from the 2nd Precinct gave a presentation to an audience of about 125 residents of Fort Salonga. Read More

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Result for Jan. 31, 2017, Election

These are the results for the Fort Salonga Association’s Jan. 31, 2017, election for president.
Frank Capaccio: 95
Joan Bubaris: 83

Frank Capaccio has been reelected to a one-year term as FSA president. Joan Bubaris will continue to serve her term as an FSA director.

You can download the independent auditor’s full report on the vote counting and the election results.

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FSA Election Update: When & Where, Candidate Statements, Bring Your Ballot, and More

When & Where
The Fort Salonga Association annual meeting and election is Jan. 31, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., in the Fort Salonga Elementary School cafeteria, 39 Sunken Meadow Rd. Read More

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Candidate Statement: Frank Capaccio for FSA President

Dear Neighbors,

I first decided to volunteer with the FSA about 10 years ago. My goal? To help foster a community that will give my children and my neighbors’ children things I know are vital to a happy and healthy life: open spaces to enjoy, activities that bring people together to talk and play and get to know each other, and a sense of security and well-being. Read More

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Candidate Statement: Joan (Beccaria) Bubaris for FSA President

As a life-long community volunteer, I have served on several boards and worn many different hats. All community boards have a universal goal to advance and fulfill the mission of the organization. The primary objective of the Fort Salonga Association (FSA) is to preserve the town from overdevelopment. Today’s FSA acknowledges the founding members’ mission, but has lost touch with many Fort Salonga residents. For this reason, I would like to serve as President of the FSA. Read More