Your FSA Board of Directors has been in continual contact with the community and elected officials during the past few months. Thanks to each of them for their assistance in organizing our membership mailing, natural gas meeting, Spring Egg Hunt, and annual Spring Brunch.
Let’s begin with our recent Spring Brunch at Indian Hills Country Club. This year’s event featured guest speakers Smithtown Supervisor Patrick Vecchio and Huntington Councilwoman Tracey Edwards. Both noted their appreciation for the partnership the FSA displays in advocating our needs. To wit, Ms. Edwards cited Huntington’s response to our call to have the lot on the southwest corner of 25A and Bread and Cheese Hollow Road cleaned up. The good news is this site will never be a 7-Eleven (old issue, we won). And the town has advised the lot owner to get the property up to code.
At the brunch, Ms. Edwards addressed our concern for management of Bread and Cheese. To paraphrase, she said she understood we don’t care who repairs and cleans up the road, we just want it done! (We hope Huntington will tend to the west side of the road soon.)