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Controversial Stories from 2013

This year marked a lot of local decisions about property and land ownership.

Long Island Housing Partnership Jennifer Appel, Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun McKay, County Executive Steve Bellone, Community Development Corporation of Long Island President and CEO Marianne Garvin, and Long Island Builders
Long Island Housing Partnership Jennifer Appel, Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun McKay, County Executive Steve Bellone, Community Development Corporation of Long Island President and CEO Marianne Garvin, and Long Island Builders
Between land development in Port Jefferson and the restoration of the Old Drive-In property in Rocky Point residents have been buzzing with decisions being made by the Town of Brookhaven and it's legislators. Here are some of the top most controversial stories of the year:

  1. Town Board Approves Zoning Change To Allow For Chick-fil-A
  2. Councilman Moves For Full Acquisition Of The Old Gentlemen's Driving Park Property
  3. National Grid Announces Customer Service Changes
  4. Mayor Garant Gives Update On Beach Restoration Projects
  5. Business News: Zoning Hurdle Cleared For Port Jeff Chick-Fil-A
  6. Major Paving Project Gets Completed In Rocky Point
  7. What You Need to Know About Marijuana ‘Dabbing’
  8. Man Arrested at Ward Melville for Pushing Teacher
  9. Suffolk County Explores Affordable Housing Opportunities for Young Adults
  10. Historical Society Erects Commemorative Sign on Route 25a

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