After two informational meetings held in Rocky Point about a proposed trail from Port Jefferson to Shoreham brought big crowds, Legislator Sarah Anker is still weighing the options on the future of the project.
The trail, which would be developed on the LIPA property, could cost anywhere from $8-10 million according William Hillman, Chief Engineer of the Suffolk County Department of Public Works, with 80 percent of the funding coming from the federal government and the rest by local government, which was a main concern of Anker's.
Residents and mayor say act was idea of one parent that got out of control.
What appeared to be a fun children’s activity at the Long Island Music Hall of Fame building during the Dickens Festival in Port Jefferson ended up being an unsanctioned act of vandalism, according to officials and a resident who brought up the issue at the village board of trustees meeting on Monday night.
Police: ‘Chemical Substance’ Sparked Sycamore Circle Smoke Scare
What was originally reported as a fire in a rental home on Sycamore Circle early Thursday morning turned out to be a situation involving an undisclosed chemical substance, according to Suffolk County police.