Port Jefferson Station and Terryville Civic Association
Meeting of March 22, 2011
7:10 call to order
Reading of minutes by Joan Nickeson
Motion to approve them by Tony Rottoli and seconded by Mr._Navaretta
Treasurers Report by Lou Antoniello: New balance is $2,247.75, not including some dues that just been received. These will be added.
Beautification Cmmtee. Joan Nickeson Presented the Civic’s plaque to Marty McGuire, the store manager of Uncle Guisseppe’s Market. She also spoke about upcoming clean up efforts and offering community service credits for students. She’d contacted Town of Brookhaven and the coordinator of JFK’s Nat’l Jr.Honor Society about this offer.
No report from Traffic or Membership- or Correspondence. Richard Meyer announced that the mailing regarding the library budget is going out. All residents are encouraged to come into the library during regular hours on the first Tuesday in April to vote on their budget. He also mentioned that he and Dr. Rella of Comsewogue School District are forming a Not for Profit foundation to benefit the children of Comsewogue school District. Right now they’re in the process of having corporation papers drawn. Eventually they will be soliciting ideas for fundraising and usage of funds.
Presentation on Phase II of the Setauket-Port Jefferson Station Greenway, was made by the DOT’s Margaret Conklin and Judes Augustine and also Charlie McAteer from Friends of the Greenway Trail. It was noted that Phase II is receiving partial funds from the U.S. Government, so any questions or problems need to be addressed now, during the design stage. This stage is expected to be completed by September 2012.
Ms. Conklin of DOT made mention of dialing 511 for traffic and transit updates, for residents. Also, she noted that it costs the NYSDOT three million dollars a year to pick up trash-so to spread the word of the consequences of polluting.
Steve Fiore-Rosenfeld made a presentation of his accomplishments in our Hamlet with the help of its residents. He and his chief Investigator Paul Deegan discussed the extensive work of the Housing Task Force.
Meeting Adjourned 9:30pm