The Fort Salonga Association

Established 1946

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Important Suffolk County Department of Public Works Meeting

The Suffolk County Department of Public Works is holding a meeting to discuss a number of issues including drainage, paving and National Grid. It will be held at:

East Northport MIddle School

1075 Fifth Avenue

East Northport

May 23, 2018 7PM

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Spring Brunch 2018

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Spring Brunch 2018

Limited Sitting Available!!

Come join us for our Spring brunch on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 11:30 AM at the Indian Hills Country Club.

Tickets are $35.00 per person.

Guest Speakers are: Smithtown Supervisor Wehrheim and Huntington Supervisor Lupinacci

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Planning Board Meeting Tonight

Huntington Town Planning Board Meeting Tonight

March 28, 2018 @ 7pm Town Hall

Town Board Room (104) 100 Main St Huntington NY 11743

Agenda: Please note item # 4

http://huntingtonny.granicus.com/GeneratedAgendaViewer.php?view_id=3&event_id=835

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Spring Egg Hunt

Due to the recent Nor’Easter the Annual FSA Spring Egg Hunt has been postponed to March 31st at 11AM at Callahan’s Beach.

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Dejana articles

Here are some informative articles about the Dejana property and interviews with the FSA. Please click on the link and you will be able to read the articles; they are in sequential order.

Trucks, traffic at Dejana concern civic association:

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Annual Christmas Caroling Event

Saturday December 16, was the Fort Salonga Association Christmas Caroling Event at the IGA shopping Center. As in the past it was a great success, seeing all the children laughing and having a good time with Santa was a site to behold.  It takes an entire community to make it a success and we live in the best community in Huntington and Smithtown.

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Updated Important Phone Numbers

At the last annual meeting some members were asking for information about contacting various community officials for issues of concern. The following are pdf files which are printable for your convenience.

Important Telephone Numbers

ROAD CONTACT LIST

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Annual Meeting Elections

At the December 6th annual meeting the following elections took place and the slate of officers were elected as follows:

President:          Frank Capaccio

Vice-President:  Scott Paisley

Secretary:          Ellen Fantauzzi

Treasurer:          Joe Stolfi

Directors:           Barbara Mandelik, Richard Gasser

Additional information on directors and their responsibilites can be found on the drop-down under officers and directors

 

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The President’s Message Fall 2017

Dear Fort Salonga Neighbors,

As we enter the fall and winter months, the leaves turn color and the days shorten portending change. Our town government will also be changing with the retirement of our two long serving town supervisors, Frank Petrone and Pat Vecchio. We have enjoyed an excellent relationship with both over the years and wish them the best in their retirement. Since our hamlet overlaps two towns, we are presented with the challenge of dealing with multiple town agencies with different zoning and ordinances. Our long-standing commitment to represent the entire community has resulted in interaction with both supervisors on many occasions on numerous issues. They have consistently supported us and our community’s interests. We will continue our active involvement with both new administrations, scheduling early-on meetings, and also inviting them to speak at our spring brunch so you, our residents, can meet them personally.

On December 6th we will also be holding elections for the officers and directors who will be representing our community in 2018 and beyond. This will be held at the Fort Salonga School (Sunken Meadow Rd.) on December 6th at 7 PM. I encourage you to attend, stay informed and support our organization.  Louis Amsler from Richter’s Orchard will present a brief walk down memory lane, sharing the amazing history of the oldest surviving family apple orchard on Long Island. We will also provide updates on pending subdivisions, gas main expansion and road repaving among other topics. Refreshments including fresh Richters’s cold pressed cider and apples will be served.

We close out the year with our traditional caroling at IGA on December 16th before the arrival of the KPFD . This is always a fun family event with hot dogs, hot chocolate and a sing-along with former president Paul Graf and his holiday troubadours. I look forward to joining you there.

Warmest Regards,

Frank Capaccio