Bread and Cheese Hollow Road

BREAD AND CHEESE HOLLOW RD UPDATE

Director Keith Macartney reported that he spoke with Liz
Torres of SCDPW and learned the following:
B & C Rd is to be repaired and widened to the following specs:
12 ft lanes in each direction
5 ft shoulder in each direction
Repair/replace current curbing to full depth
Work to start at Pulaski Rd and proceed north as far as funds allow
Work will be done in stages (years) as funds allow
Keith then spoke to Rob Trotta and he confirmed what Liz Torres said. He also said that the road may be widened 2-3 feet in areas in order to facilitate better drainage.
National Grid: According to TV advertisements, Nation Grid/PSEG wants to propose a moratorium on any new installation of gas lines in New York
Towns of Huntington/Smithtown: as we know, Smithtown is on board with taking the road back. Huntington is in talks with the County to do the same. It is unknown at this point what progress has been made

2019 Spring Newsletter

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE SPRING 2019 NL

Spring has come to our beautiful community of Fort Salonga, and with it the Spring activities that we all enjoy. While our annual Egg Hunt was unfortunately cancelled due to rain, the Spring Brunch was the usual success, with a large turnout from the community. Due to the generosity and support of local businesses the door and raffle prizes were enjoyed by the winners. County legislator, Rob Trotta, spoke to the Fort Salonga residents at Indian Hills Country Club about several topics of interest to the residents. (see article inside for more details.) The centerfold features some great pictures from the brunch.

Additionally, inside this issue look for articles on local topics of interest such as the LIPA power plant in Northport, the Smithtown Master Plan, and updates on Brenna Estates and the development at Indian Hills.

You will want to read the next installment of the history of Henry Cartwright Brown, the early Fort Salonga resident who owned Brown’s Best Bricks, and lived in the house which is the current clubhouse of Indian Hills Country Club.

For updates on important issues to the community in-between the quarterly newsletters, check our website at fortsalonga.org and our Facebook page.

Please note that our mailing address has changed to:
Fort Salonga Association
1019 Fort Salonga Rd.
Suite 10 #170
Fort Salonga, NY 11768
Have a wonderful Spring and Summer season.
Warmest Regards,
Frank J. Capaccio, Jr. President

Preserve at Indian Hills

5/3/2019 – June 5: Recently submitted DEIS for the Preserve at Indian Hills to be Considered at Planning Board Meeting.

Huntington – The Preserve at Indian Hills Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS), prepared by Nelson, Pope & Voorhis, LLC was submitted to the Town of Huntington Department of Planning and Environment on April 17, 2019.

At their regular meeting, scheduled for Wednesday, June 5, 2019, the Huntington Planning Board, as lead agency, will determine whether to accept the DEIS as adequate for public review in terms of scope and content, or whether to return the DEIS to Nelson, Pope & Voorhis, LLC with a written identification of the deficiencies.

Annual Spring Brunch

The Brunch will be held on Sunday, April 28, 2019, 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Indian Hills Country Club, 21 Breeze Hill Road.

Special Guest Speaker: Rob Trotta, Suffolk County Legislator

Musical entertainment Grace Music School String Quartet

Complete Buffet includes: Garden Salad, Fresh Fruit Platter, Bagels, Danish, Muffins, Assorted Hot Drinks, Omelet Station, Carving Station, Unlimited champagne and non-alcoholic punch, Coffee, Tea, Cake

– Cash Bar –

All for only $35 per person for members – $50 per person for non-members

Please respond by April 17. Seating is limited Reservations required. Attire: business casual, no jeans please.

Questions please contact info@fortsalonga.org

Established 1946