The Fort Salonga Association

Established 1946

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The President’s Message Summer 2017

Dear Fort Salonga Neighbors,

When our community gave myself and the board a vote of confidence at our January election, I pledged that we would work to represent the entire community across a wide spectrum of issues. In this Summer issue I believe you will see that we are working hard to fulfill that commitment.

The issue of most interest was, and remains, the proposed development of the Indian Hills Country Club. The proposal to retain the golf course and permit cluster zoning while preserving the one acre overall yield was , we believe,  in the best interests of our community.  I, and a number of residents attended the July 26th Huntington Planning Board meeting. The number of units proposed was reduced to 98 and the guest cottages were eliminated. The application was approved. This, I feel, is a positive outcome and a victory for the community. An environmental study will follow which will allow the entire community to provide additional input. We will notify you when these meetings are scheduled.

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The President’s Message – Winter 2014

grafDear Neighbors,

On behalf of the FSA Board, I extend warm wishes to each of you for a very happy and healthy 2014. While writing this newsletter we experienced record high and low temperatures during the month of January. Certainly, this winter will leave its mark. On the day of the snowstorm, shoveling the driveway, it was delightful to hear the joyful squeals of neighborhood children as they sang, “Feliz Navidad,” while sleigh riding on their lawn. Such innocence!

Congratulations: Elections are over and a number of familiar faces have been joined by some newcomers selected by We the People to govern. Congratulations to Supervisors Vecchio and Petrone; Town Board members McCarthy and Cuthbertson, and Highway Superintendent Jorgenson on their reelections. Welcome to new Town Board members Tracy Edwards and Lynne Nowick as well as new Huntington Highway Superintendent Pete Gunther. Additionally, Fort Salonga resident Rob Trotta is now the County Legislator for our community.

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