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Vol. 13, No. 26
October 12, 2017
Affordable housing Town trying to turn blighted homes into renovation projects for veterans and first-time buyers
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Town collecting donations ahead of Thanksgiving The Brookhaven Youth Bureau INTERFACE program’s annual Thanksgiving food drive is back, running from Oct. 16 to Nov. 15, giving assistance to the town’s less fortunate residents during the holiday season. “There are many families that struggle every day to put food on the table,” Supervisor Ed Romaine (R) said. “Our Thanksgiving food drive not only helps those families, but it also reminds us about the true meaning of the holiday season. I ask everyone to give thanks for what they have and please open your hearts to those in need.” Last year’s drive provided Thanksgiving meals to more than 820 families townwide. Drop off points this year include: •Brookhaven Town Hall: 1 Independence Hill in Farmingville. •Henrietta Acampora Recreation Center: 39 Montauk Highway in Blue Point.
•Brookhaven Town Highway Department: 1140 Old Town Road in Coram. •Rose Caracappa Senior Center: 739 Route 25A in Mount Sinai. Suggested food items are all nonperishables, including canned soups, canned cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, stuffing mix, instant potatoes, canned sweet or white potatoes, rice, canned vegetables, jarred sauce, macaroni, canned fruit, pudding, Jello, cookie mix, cake mix, icing and juice. Due to refrigeration requirements, the town cannot accept frozen turkeys, but residents can instead donate $10 gift cards from local supermarkets to help assist families in purchasing turkeys. Hours of operation for the food drive are from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, contact Josie Lunde at the Youth Bureau at 631-451-8011.
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Makings of a woman The Middle Country Public Library hosted its 17th annual Women’s EXPO Oct. 5 at the library’s Centereach location. The event, which attracts local women entrepreneurs, hosted more than 80 women business owners. The EXPO offered an opportunity to meet new people, discover new products, enjoy a meal and support the Long Island business economy. “Over 2,500 people came to support Long Island women entrepreneurs,” said Elizabeth Mafi, coordinator of adult services at the library. “The connections and the camaraderie between women on the day of the event are always overwhelming. We are grateful to all of our sponsors for supporting the event.” Supporting the event were, clockwise from top left, Bebe Federmann of Soul Vessel Designs; Diane Schips of Green Fire Herbs; Stella Krasinski of Malaika Boutique and Karyn Villante of Made Here New York. All the women at the event spent the day teaching shoppers about their businesses while selling products and networking with other local entrepreneurs. See page A8 for more photos from the Women’s EXPO.
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Town trying to turn blighted homes into renovation projects By Desirée Keegan Desiree@tbrnewspapers.com Instead of tearing down zombie homes, Brookhaven Town is now looking to repurpose them. Supervisor Ed Romaine (R), alongside Long Island Builders Institute Chief Executive Officer Mitchell Pally, announced Oct. 3 the town is seeking to use fines paid by banks responsible for the housing crisis to pay for rehabilitation of abandoned homes in the town. In a collaborative effort, local builders and not-for-profit housing agencies will convert the blighted structures into homes for veterans and first-time homebuyers. The purpose of the press conference, held at a Port Jefferson Station home left vacant after Hurricane Sandy, was to call for funds from New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (D) to go toward the initiative. “Many of the houses on our vacant and abandoned list are in good shape and with some renovation, could be made habitable again,” Romaine said. “This proposal would generate construction jobs and allow families the opportunity to make firsttime home ownership a reality. It also will improve the quality of life in the neighborhood and increase property values for all the homes in the area.” Since 2015, the town has been aggressive in addressing zombie homes through a demolition program. Some homes are in danger of collapse, with rehabilitation not an option. Romaine has now identified many vacant and abandoned houses that are good candidates for rehabilitation, adding he wishes the town could have gotten to some of the homes that were torn down prior to them being in such detrimental shape. “We’re not only interested in tearing down houses,” Romaine said. “We’ve torn down close to 150 houses in this town that are zombie houses that have become so bad with mold, with the fact that they weren’t winterized and the pipes burst, with holes in the roof, with fires set, with squatters living in it, drug-use taking place around it — we’ve had no other choice but to demolish because it’s an unsafe structure. But we know if we had gotten to that house two-, or three-, or four-, or five years earlier we could have saved that house. We could have prevented the neighbors from living with something that looks terrible, and we could have gone in there and fixed up this house.” The supervisor recently sent a letter to Schneiderman requesting Brookhaven Town work with his office to develop a
grant program through a partnership with Long Island Builders Institute and a housing not-for-profit to “stabilize our communities by purchasing and rehabilitating zombie homes, making them eligible for sale as affordable housing,” he wrote in the letter. The program would allow for homes to be purchased directly from the not-for-profit entity, thus reducing the amount of time required to purchase the home from a lending institution. “The maintenance of our local communities and the ability to provide affordable single-family housing opportunities is of vital importance to both our local governments as well as to the local building community, all of whose employees live and work on Long Island,” Pally said. “It is essential that we find a way in which to rehabilitate our local housing and allow for its
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TO THE TAXPAYERS OF THE CENTEREACH FIRE DISTRICT: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a resolution was duly adopted by the Board of Fire Commissioners of the CENTEREACH FIRE DISTRICT, Town of Brookhaven, County of Suffolk, State of New York, on the 26th day of September, 2017, subject to a permissive referendum as provided for by Section 6(g) of the General Municipal Law. An extract of the resolution is as follows: The CENTEREACH FIRE DISTRICT maintains a Capital Reserve Fund designated as the Capital Reserve Fund for Equipment under Section 6(g) of the General Municipal Law in which account there is sufficient funds to accomplish the purpose hereinafter set forth; namely, the purchase of an ambulance vehicle and associated equipment, and it is proposed to contract for such vehicle in order to maintain the high standards of performance of the CENTEREACH FIRE DEPARTMENT in the discharge of its duties in preserving the lives and property of the residents of the community, and said purchase is deemed in the best interests of the residents of the CENTEREACH FIRE DISTRICT. The resolution further provides that there be transferred from the present Section 6(g) Capital Reserve Fund For Equipment of the CENTEREACH FIRE DISTRICT a sum not to exceed Two Hundred Forty Thousand ($240,000.00) Dollars for the purchase, and the District Treasurer is authorized to effect such transfer from time to time to effect such purchase. This resolution shall not take effect until thirty (30) days unless in the meanwhile a mandatory referendum as provided for in Section 6(g) of the General Municipal Law is required to be held. DATED: September 26, 2017
ATTEST: JENNIFER GARDNER Secretary RESOLUTION PURCHASE OF AN AMBULANCE VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT WHEREAS, the CENTEREACH FIRE DISTRICT has, by appropriate resolution established a certain Capital Reserve Fund designated as the Capital Reserve Fund For Equipment established pursuant to Section 6(g) of the General Municipal Law, in an account for deposit of said Capital Reserve Fund in local banks; and WHEREAS, it is deemed in the best interests of the residents of the CENTEREACH FIRE DISTRICT to purchase an ambulance vehicle and associated equipment; and WHEREAS, the maximum cost for such purchase, including incidental fees is estimated to be Two Hundred Forty Thousand ($240,000.00) Dollars. IT IS RESOLVED, that pursuant to the laws and regulations applicable and in particular, Section 6(g) of the General Municipal Law, that said purchase be completed, and that the cost and expense for the purchase shall be expended from the Capital Reserve Fund For Equipment upon authorization of the Board of Fire Commissioners, at the maximum estimated amount of Two Hundred Forty Thousand ($240,000.00) Dollars, and THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution is subject to a permissive referendum as provided for in Section 6(g) of the General Municipal Law. The adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly put to a vote and upon roll call the vote was as follows: ) ) )
The resolution was thereupon declared duly adopted. DATED: Centereach, New York September 26, 2017
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At about 3 a.m. Oct. 5, a 32-year-old woman from Port Jefferson Station was seated in the driver’s seat of a Land Rover parked in a lot on Nesconset Highway in Port Jefferson Station while the car was running, according to police. Police discovered she was operating the vehicle while intoxicated. When the police were placing her under arrest for driving while intoxicated, she refused officers verbal commands to put her hands behind her back and repeatedly pulled them away, police said. She was charged with driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest.
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At about 10:30 p.m. Oct. 7 multiple portions of PVC fencing were damaged and fell to the ground at a home on Parkside Avenue in Miller Place, according to police. About 10 minutes later, a similar incident was reported at a home on Oakland Avenue in Miller Place, police said.
A 33-year-old woman and six men ages 33 to 44 were sleeping in tents in the woods behind the Comsewogue Public Library on Terryville Road in Port Jefferson Station at about 9 a.m. Oct. 4 without permission from the owner of the property, according to police. Several of the people were considered undomiciled by the police department. The woman and two of the men were listed as residents of Port Jefferson Station, police said. All seven were arrested and charged with third-degree criminal trespassing.
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On five separate occasions between Aug. 7 and Oct. 2, a 45-year-old man from Centereach stole assorted items from Walmart on Middle Country Road in Middle Island, according to police. The items included Razor hoverboards, Star Wars games and figures, a power washer, bicycles, a fish tank, sound bars, a television, a generator, vacuums, a motor scooter, remote control toy cars, a hand truck, and a child’s motorcycle, police said. In addition, at about 8:30 p.m. July 19 he smashed the window of a 2008 Toyota parked outside of a home on Middle Country Road in Coram and stole a purse containing credit cards, police said. He also stole a hoverboard from a home on Saxon Road in Centereach at about 9 p.m. Sept. 17, police said. He was arrested Oct. 6 in Centereach and charged with three counts of fourth-degree grand larceny and seven counts of petit larceny.
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On Route 112 in Port Jefferson Station Oct. 5 at about 3 p.m., a 22-year-old woman from Massapequa agreed to perform sexual acts on a man in exchange for money, according to police. The woman also had a controlled substance, police said. She was arrested and charged with prostitution and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
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At LA Fitness on Route 112 in Terryville, someone stole money, gift cards and credit cards from a 2014 Ford at about 4 p.m. Oct. 9, according to police.
The driver’s side rear door and both doors on the passenger side of a 2009 Mercedes were scratched while it was parked in the side driveway of a home on Viceroy Place in Terryville at about 8 a.m. Oct. 7, according to police.
The door handle of a 2004 Pontiac was damaged while the car was parked in the driveway of a home on Lubber Street in Stony Brook Oct. 6 at about 10:30 p.m., according to police. — Compiled by Alex petroski
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New trial program pairs inmates with shelter dogs By Kevin reDDing firstname.lastname@example.org In a new program at Yaphank Correctional Facility, Suffolk County inmates and homeless dogs are helping each other get a second chance. Six men in orange jumpsuits lined up on the grounds of the jail Oct. 4, each with a shelter dog at their side, and took turns walking their four-legged companions around in a large circle, demonstrating the dog’s new socialization skills along the way. With a quick command, the dogs either sat, stayed or laid down. One of the dogs, named Bain, an 11-month-old Rottweiler, even showed off how he can help someone get back on their feet — literally. The demonstration was all part of a presentation of Handcuffs to Heeling, a pilot program that teaches low-risk, nonviolent offenders to train abandoned dogs — Rottweilers, pit bulls and German Shepherds plucked from the Brookhaven Town animal shelter. The aim of the program, which started in mid-September, is to socialize the dogs well enough so they can be put up for adoption. But it’s also doing plenty of good for their trainers too. The inmates train the dogs three nights a week for two hours each session. “We’re rehabilitating humans through animals,” said Michael Gould, the president and founder of Hounds Town Charities, who pitched the idea of the dog training program to Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco in the spring. “When I see inmates, I see humans. When I see these big, powerful dogs, I see animals that shouldn’t be in a shelter.”
Gould, a former commanding officer of the Nassau County Police K-9 unit, admitted these breeds of dogs are difficult to adopt out because they carry reputations of being dangerous. But they are caring, loving and now welltrained, thanks to the inmates, Gould added. “These are among the best dogs you can come across,” he said. With a quick snap of his fingers, the dog at Gould’s side stopped and sat at attention. “Everything is low key. There’s no crazy energy. It’s all about structure and love. Firm hand. Kind heart.” Suffolk County undersheriff Steven Kuehhas said he believes the program will reduce recidivism among the inmates, all of whom are serving a local sentence. “This program gives the inmates the opportunity to learn responsibility,” Kuehhas said. He also added the program may help the inmates’ chances of employment, in an animal shelter or as a dog handler, after they leave. He called the program a win-win situation. Jackie Bondanza, a Hounds Town representative and one of the program’s coordinators, said she’s noticed significant changes among the inmates and dogs. “It’s been a very inspiring transformation,” she said. “When the inmates first came, they were all composed and didn’t want to be here. They’ve since really opened up and I think it’s helped build their confidence. Same with the dogs. These dogs would be sitting in cages in a shelter a majority of the day otherwise. This is incredible for them.” The inmates turned dog trainers were chosen by the sheriff’s department under the cri-
Participants in a program and their canines at a press conference Oct. 4. teria of being nonviolent offenders and being physically capable of handling their canine. One of the inmates, Joseph Dima, 36, from Bohemia, said he was thinking of his own dog back home when he signed up for the program. “To help these dogs find a home and owners that will handle them well — that was a big thing for me,” Dima said, referring to the pit bull he was assigned to, Carl, as a loving mush. “He’s such a great dog. People get the wrong misconceptions about pit bulls. He just wants affection. All the dogs do.” When the dogs weren’t demonstrating their new skills, they were perched next to
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their trainers, being petted and rubbed. During the course of the program, the dogs live at Hounds Town Charities, which is housed in Ronkonkoma. Plans are in place to continue Handcuffs to Heeling after the expiration of the current six-week program as those behind it seek corporate sponsors and residents interested in adopting the dogs. “There’s nothing like a dog to help an inmate heal,” said Brookhaven Supervisor Ed Romaine (R), who spoke during the event. “These are six dogs and six inmates needing a fresh start. It’s a tremendous program and one we’re going to continue.”
Legislature passes local law to ensure access to Narcan Red-light By Desirée Keegan Desiree@tbrnewspapers.com
The Suffolk County Legislature passed into local law that access to naloxone be mandated at all substance abuse and mental health providers. Unanimously passed Oct. 3, Introductory Resolution 1679, sponsored by Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker (D-Mount Siani), will make Suffolk County grants, contracts and funding to mental health and substance abuse service providers contingent on the availability of naloxone on premises at all times and having staff trained in the administration of naloxone on-site during business hours. Naloxone, known more widely by the brand name Narcan, is a medication that reverses an overdose. “This vital legislation will help save lives and provide a second chance to those struggling with addiction,” Anker said. “I will continue to support treatment options and rehabilitation assistance to those suffering from addiction, and I greatly appreciate the many agencies the county contracts with that will have naloxone on hand to provide this life-saving treatment if needed.” The new law will affect 38 mental health and substance abuse service providers in Suffolk County, including 18 New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services providers and 20 New York State Office of Mental Health providers. Some of
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alcohol and substance abuse providers, like smithtown-based assistance resource services, above, will be mandated access to naloxone. these organizations include John T. Mather Memorial Hospital in Port Jefferson; Concern for Independent Living Inc. in Selden; IMPACT Counseling Services in Lake Grove; Employee Assistance Resource Services in Smithtown; Catholic Charities in Commack; Kenneth Peters Center for Recovery in Hauppauge; and the Huntington Youth Bureau. The Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services currently requires all certified providers to have on-site staff trained in the administration of naloxone. Tracey Farrell, founder of North Shore Drug Awareness, who lost her son Kevin to a heroin overdose, believes the local law is a good step toward helping the addiction crisis
and loss of lives. She said she’s found that more often than not, especially with providers who are dispensing Suboxone, a controlled substance at high risk for dependence that treats pain and addiction to pain relievers,individuals are obtaining prescriptions with the intent of selling. “I personally feel that this life-saving medication needs to be in the hands of everyone who may be in contact with someone with a substance use disorder,” Farrell said. “Anyone dealing with this population should have Narcan on them at all times. Kudos to Suffolk County for making sure it’s in more hands.”
At the General Legislature meeting Oct. 3, the Suffolk County Legislature approved Introductory Resolution 1780, sponsored by Legislator Sarah Anker (DMount Sinai), directing the Department of Public Works to conduct a review of the Red Light Safety Program. The evaluation of the program will be done by an independent third-party consultant, who will identify the intersections with red-light cameras that have had increases in accidents and determine the cause of these accidents, evaluate the efficacy of the camera program and will include recommendations about whether the cameras should be retained at these intersections. The evaluation of the program will include consideration of the benefits and drawbacks to public safety given the number, type and severity of the accidents and will include all accidents involving cars, pedestrians and bicyclists at red-light camera intersections.
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Women entrepreneurs filled out surveys following the event, saying “My first EXPO was a beautiful experience for me with amazing and supportive people,” and “My favorite thing about the EXPO is women supporting women in a positive way.” Clockwise from above, Carly McAllister, on left, of Modern Primal Soap Co.; Karyn Villante of Made Here New York; Mari Irizarry of Hook + Wool; Suzette Montalvo of ANEWYORICANTHING LTD.; pottery by Contemporary Artifacts; Peggie Ehlers of Nuna Knits and Karen Trzaska, a representative from Sparklefly Candle Company in Selden were showing off their goods at the annual Women’s EXPO at Middle Country Public Library’s Centereach location Oct. 5.
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Centereach High School’s Julia Prigl and Vincent Meyers were Middle Country Central School District students recognized as Long Island scholar artists by the Long Island Arts Alliance. Seniors Prigl and Meyers were two of 20 students from Long Island to receive the prestigious distinction. Prigl was recognized as a scholar artist in music and Meyers became the district’s first student to be recognized as a scholar artist in theater.
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Middle Country musicians to perform for county Nineteen Middle Country Central School District students were selected to perform in the upcoming NYSCAME/SCMEA All-County Music Festival. The festival, which will take place this November, will bring together students from across Suffolk County to perform musical pieces under the direction of expert conductors. District students were selected based on NYSSMA solo scores from this past spring
and music teacher recommendations. The district students include Centereach’s Julia Prigl, Samantha Cotes, Austin Young, Mikayla DiFrietus, Lorenzo Jordan, Madison McNally, Vincent Meyers, Keila Mosquea, Leandra Wahlen, Antoinette Gerlach, Alyssa Sposato and Newfields’ Brenden Cope, Pavan Pranesh, Bilal Hafeez, Alyssa Jordan, Alexa Knauer, Colin McCready, Austin Shecut and Alexandra Stellino.
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Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine (R) and Councilman Michael Loguercio (RRidge) were on hand at the Ridge Fire Department Sept. 30 to celebrate Blessings in a Backpack Day. The event educated the community
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The Newfield girls volleyball team celebrates a set win, above. On left, Naomi Ruffalo-Roman sends over a kill shot.
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The Newfield girls volleyball team came roaring back from a first-set loss to take the next three for a 3-1 nonleague win over visiting Walt Whitman Oct. 10, 19-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-19. Newfield took its first lead on a point that put the Wolverines ahead 7-6 in the second set. The team made several mental errors and was caught looking at two inbound balls as Walt Whitman bounced right back to tie the set 15-15. After a handful of long volleys, Newfield found its rhythm and rattled off three unanswered points, and after a brief hiccup scored two more to edge ahead 20-16. Coming out of a Wildcats timeout, Newfield capitalized on Walt Whitman miscues, and senior outside hitter Olivia Bond smacked a break point kill shot over the net to propel the Wolverines to the win. “At first our energy wasn’t up, and in the second set we knew we needed to win,” Bond said. “Walt Whitman was really good at scrambling, but we pulled it together. We pushed, and once we bring our energy up, we can do anything.” Walt Whitman stretched in the third set to break out to an 18-12 advantage. Newfield came out of a timeout call refreshed, and chipped away at the deficit until the Wolverines tied the set 19-19. Both teams traded points, and again Walt Whitman was back on top, 22-21. That is, until Newfield senior Naomi Ruffalo-Roman had something to say about it. She sent a kill shot over the net to tie the set 22-22, and scored twice more from the service line to bring her team to the finish line. “We made more mistakes than we would like,” Ruffalo-Roman said. “But we worked really hard towards the end and our hitting was much better.” The Wolverines knew they had to come out strong in the fourth set to avoid a fifth, and took charge from behind the line as senior libero Jessica Clark went on a service scoring streak that put Newfield ahead 18-10. “Whitman is a really good team — they were scrambling, so we had to gather it up,” Clark said. “Our team played better from [the second set], but we need to focus on our serving — we hit a lot into the net.” Newfield junior Jeanette Bruni got busy from behind the line as the left-handed hitter found holes on the other side of the net to put her team out front 22-15. The team ran away with the game from there. Ruffalo-Roman had 18 kills and 10 digs to lead Newfield, now at 5-5 overall, and junior setter Madison Wenzel added 36 assists and three aces. “They got to a lot of balls and they kept the ball in play,” Newfield head coach Christy Innes said of Walt Whitman. “They are very young and we knew we had to out-hustle them because that team can get their hands on a lot of balls that other teams can’t.” Newfield is back in action hosting Smithtown East Oct. 13 in a League III matchup at 5:45 p.m.
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