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August 10, 2017
What’s inside Hotel, assisted living facilities may come to St. James A3 Smithtown Fire Department battles two car fires in the same day A6 Smithtown athletic dept. donates uniforms to kids in Uganda A8
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village Hotel, assisted living plans one step closer to reality in St. James By Victoria Espinoza firstname.lastname@example.org St. James is now one step closer to a major development project, as the Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning approved the plans created by Gyrodyne to develop a multi-use lot with a hotel, assisted living centers and medical offices. On the southeast side of Route 25A and Mills Pond Road, Gyrodyne, a property management company based in St. James, intends to use about 75 acres of property to create a 150-room, full service hotel, two medical office buildings and two assisted living facilities. It also plans to continue to allow the current tenants to continue to use its offices on the property, including a catering business, office spaces and an engineering firm. Gyrodyne wants to break down the property into eight lots, ranging in size. The first two lots are for existing businesses and lots three through seven would be for future developments, including the hotel and assisted living centers. The eighth lot, according to the proposal from the county’s planning department, will be commonly owned amongst the other lot owners, and will be an open space area. Mike Kaufman, Suffolk County planning
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a view of how Gyrodyne intends to subdivide the land. commissioner for villages with a population of less than 5,000, was one of the staffers who voted to approve the proposal, but said
he had some concerns with the existing plan. “I am extremely concerned with traffic
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town Town board is pumped up about sewers in Kings Park By Kevin Redding email@example.com A full-fledged, $20 million sewer system in downtown Kings Park to help accommodate new businesses and affordable housing won’t just be a pipe dream for long. During an Aug. 8 Smithtown board meeting, town officials urged state lawmakers to grant Suffolk County 4,000 square feet of parkland on the property of the Parks, Building and Grounds Department in Kings Park to install a threeFile photo building sewer pump station there Tom McCarthy The town said it plans to fund the project with the $20 million grant acquired from New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) in January. A $200,000 grant
from the county will also be implemented in the project’s design plans. The pump station, which would be placed in an inconspicuous spot in front of the building’s office behind the tree line, as not to intrude on the open space or be visible from Route 25A, is the last piece of the county’s planning puzzle and perhaps the most important. Most sewage flows downhill but because the location is hilly, the pump station is needed to lift wastewater and move it along to the sewage treatment plant. Under Town Board resolution 650, board members urged Assemblyman Mike Fitzpatrick (R-St. James) and State Sen. John Flanagan (R-East Northport) to authorize
the alienation of the property so it’s no longer parkland and the county can acquire it for the facilitation, placement and operation of the pump station by the county department of public works. “This is the only way to move forward with downtown revitalization, it’s absolutely vital,” Councilman Tom McCarthy (R) said at the meeting. “For one of the main components of it anyway, with the sewers. You’ve got to get the wastewater to the plant. You can’t expand any of your buildings in any of the downtown Kings Park area because of the fact they don’t have enough property for wastewa-
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gyrodyne over capacity right now.” The Gyrodyne plan calls for a new entranceway off of 25A, but in the staff comments, the planning department report said, “Allowing for the creation of a new ingress or egress along North Country Road (State Route 25A) should only be considered after it has been determined that access along Mills Pond Road … and Stony Brook Road to the east cannot adequately accommodate vehicular trips.” Kaufman said he’s also concerned with the rural characteristics of the area, especially in Head of the Harbor Village, and added this new project may jeopardize its aesthetics. The planning department had a total of 13 comments on the project, also focusing on the possible drainage issues from the sewage treatment plan into the nearest waterway. The department said any recommendations or conditions that come out of the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act done for this project should be adhered to. George Hoffman, co-chair of the Citizens Advisory Committee for Route 25A, a Brookhaven Town group, said he shared concerns with the project. “I have studied 25A from the Smithtown border,” he said in a phone interview. “There are significant traffic safety issues along 25A. There are a lot of blind turns.” Hoffman said he’s also worried about the other changes this project could bring. “I’m very concerned about the scale of development on a historic road as well,” he said. “It could change the entire character. Congressman [Tom] Suozzi [D-Glen Cove] put in a bill to designate 25A as a historic highway. It’s very significant. I don’t want it to become the next Jericho Turnpike.” Now that the project has been approved, it’s turned over to the Smithtown Planning Department. David Flynn, the town’s planning director, said he has met informally with Gyrodyne associates a few times to answer their questions about getting an application ready. “A meeting date has not been set up yet, not until applicable departments are done reviewing the plan and making comments on the application,” Flynn said in a phone interview. Those departments, Flynn said, include the engineering department, the environment & waterways department, among others.
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photos from smithtown Fire Department
above and below, smithtown firefighters work to stop the flames on two separate car fires.
Two car fires in one day in Smithtown
The Smithtown Fire Department responded to two different car fires within an hour of each other Thursday afternoon, July 19. The first incident was called in at 4:19 p.m. at Landing Avenue at the corner of Clark Street. Officers said a car struck a tree and then burst into flames. The driver of the vehicle was able to self-extricate and was eventually transported to the hospital. The car was fully on fire, and a small brush fire also started as a result of the accident. Both the car and brush fire were under control at 4:56 p.m.
At 4:54 p.m. a second signal was called out for a car fire at Town Line Road with the cross of Amber Court. With units just taking up from the first vehicle fire Chief Landrigan quickly asked for a Hauppauge engine to respond to the second scene. With Smithtown apparatus moving to the second fire, a Hauppauge engine arrived and began the attack on the fire. Smithtown apparatus arrived on the scene to assist Hauppauge. The accident, like the one on Landing Avenue, involved one car striking a tree. Two patients were transported to the hospital. —victoria espinoza
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school news Smithtown Central School District
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Extended school year
This summer, more than 100 students from Smithtown Central School District are getting the extra support they need during the summer months thanks to the Extended School Year Program, which is housed at Smithtown Elementary School. The program, which runs from July 3
sEwErs Continued from page A5 ter. Without a sewage treatment plant, businesses can’t expand.” According to Town Planning Director David Flynn during Tuesday’s morning session, one of the pump station buildings will be about the size of a two-car garage and will house a generator; one will be about the size of a one-car garage and will house the actual pump equipment, including the motor, pipes and a receiving well for the wastewater to go into; and the third building, roughly the size of a large shed, will be for utilities. He said the parks department has started to clear the property and the town is in the process of obtaining a survey of it. “We’re trying to line all our ducks up in a row so everything will be smooth in January,” Flynn said of the town and county’s efforts to launch the sewer system project within two years. “So Suffolk County is anxious to acquire the property and we
to Aug. 11, helps support students’ socialemotional and academic needs for those entering grades 1 to 9. This year’s theme is Keep in Mind to Be Kind, which ties into Fun Friday activities such as field day, carnival day and a picnic. Eighty-one students are enrolled in the program and an additional 20 students
wanted to get permission from the state to sell it off.” The property, he said, was sold to the town from the state for a dollar in 1965. It once had a mini bike trail and some other recreational highlights but throughout the years, that portion of the land diminished and up until now, it has been predominantly used for an office. Flynn said he’s recommending the county and town board agree to an easement to be able to get from the pump station to 25A through the existing parks department driveway. When Councilwoman Lisa Inzerillo (R) asked if the pump station on the park location would be an eyesore, Flynn said just the opposite. “In all honesty, it’ll look better when this is done,” he said. “I recommended we or the county plant a new tree line on the backside of the parking lot between the parking and storage area. So, another 60 or 70 feet of open space would free up and a better looking tree line will be there. I think it’s a good thing from a visual standpoint.”
are scheduled for related services offered, which include speech, counseling, occupational therapy, physical therapy, vision and hearing-related services. Two CAP classes for autistic students are offered in addition to an after-school program for autistic students that promotes socialization and peer interaction.
Presentations occur weekly from the Smithtown Library’s summer reading program in addition to a visit from a fireman from the Smithtown Fire Department to teach about fire, pool and bike safety. Each Tuesday, students participate in a spirit day by wearing their favorite sports team jerseys, Smithtown colors and mismatched outfits.
gyrodynE Continued from page A5 He added that an industrial subdivision is uncommon for Smithtown, because most of the zoning in the town is residential. Gyrodyne currently needs approval from Smithtown to subdivide the lots. Flynn said an approval of the plan seems likely. “Yes, we would likely recommend approval,” he said. But he added the department also finds issue with the new curb entrance off of 25A. As for the Smithtown town board, Supervisor Pat Vecchio (R) said he has not reviewed Gyrodyne’s application yet. “I have not seen the plans,” he said in an email. “It will go before the town planning board for recommendation to the town board and planning department.”
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H.e.L.P. international student-athletes boast new uniforms, at top and below, donated from smithtown school district.
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Athletes in the Smithtown school district have something in common with students in Uganda thanks to the efforts of several educators from across Long Island. Carisa Eye, a Smithtown High School East varsity field hockey assistant coach and Nesaquake Middle School lacrosse head coach, is the latest educator to get inspired to give uniforms to the H.E.L.P. International school in Masese, Uganda. “The things we take for granted over here like uniforms, that are so easily available to us in our school district, are things that kids don’t get in other parts of the world,” Eye said. “The little things go a long way. It makes you feel good to see these kids in our jerseys, and it shows it doesn’t take much to make someone’s day. I want my athletes to understand that.” Eye originally asked Smithtown administration to coordinate a donation to send to Ghana, after a friend and former Smithtown student, who teaches in the William Floyd school district, asked for help through Facebook. Eye was able to collect a boxful of uniforms with the help of Smithtown athletic director Pat Smith, but her friend could only take some of what she was given. She came across another Facebook post, a press release regarding Smithtown West marine science teacher Kimberly Williams and the work she’d done with her sister-in-law Carolyn Ferguson, and Eye asked Smith to connect her to Williams.
“We do have a bunch of older uniforms we don’t use, and this is a great way of putting some of our old uniforms to use for a good cause,” Smith said. “It’s really nice to see some of our teachers wanting to get on board and we hope the kids, who know what we’re doing, can appreciate what we have here.” The athletic director hopes the district can continue its involvement with H.E.L.P. “Seeing the photos they look like a team — they were arm-in-arm and you can tell it made such a difference,” he said. “It’s a great thing for us to be involved in. If we can continue to do this for underprivileged kids, we will, and I hope we can.” While the idea originated with Ferguson’s former Rockville Centre assistant superintendent Delia Garrity, who helped form the school in Uganda with her husband Peter in 2010, she said she was thrilled to hear of the spread of generosity. “It’s all word of mouth, which is amazing,” said Ferguson, a Rockville Centre physical education teacher. “The reach has been incredible.” Garrity, who just returned from one of her trips to Uganda, said her studentathletes’ transformation has been palpable since being outfitted in the gear. “When we began our athletic program, our children wore whatever clothing they had — which was not much,” she said. “They played with bare feet and kicked a dilapidated soccer ball. A soccer ball was used for volleyball with players hitting the ball
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over an imaginary net. When we received donations of athletic supplies and uniforms from Rockville Centre and Smithtown schools, among others, our kids were over the top with joy.” She described some of the changes she’d seen in the young athletes since they were given the uniforms. “They have more confidence, more belief in themselves as a team, more motiva-
tion to practice and a stronger work ethic,” she said. “Our teams win most local tournaments in soccer, volleyball, netball and track and field. Other schools do not want to play against H.E.L.P. Primary in the opening rounds of any tournament because it’s become a powerhouse.” The idea of Smithtown contributing to the cause began when Ferguson was talking with Williams during a Christmas dinner. Also in charge of equipment and uniforms in her district, Ferguson detailed how she’d helped Garrity collect jerseys since 2013. Moved by her sister-in-law’s involvement, Williams asked for a donation from Smith, and the first batch was sent over from Smithtown in 2015. “I think if someone is getting rid of something it should go somewhere before the garbage,” Williams said. “When resources are so limited, there’s always someone who needs it, and I work hard to make sure my kids understand that. Whether it’s uniforms or composition notebooks.” Ferguson said the jerseys mean more to the children in Uganda than just the ability to play sports. “Wearing the same uniform gives them pride and it encourages them to keep going,” she said. “That sense of community that perhaps they don’t normally have.” Eye said the program also gives her pride in where she grew up and now works. “I love my teams and I love my town,” she said. “Smithtown has always been supportive, especially of athletics, so it didn’t surprise me when I sent an email and they got back to me right away. They’re always willing to help.”
Photo above from Delia Garrity; photo on left from Kimberly Williams
H.E.L.P. International school’s soccer team in Uganda, above, received the first Smithtown uniform donation in 2015. On left, Smithtown physical education teacher Carisa Eye helped send over the most recent batch of uniforms to Uganda. She said she was moved seeing photos of the smiling faces of Ugandan children donning the red and blue. “It makes me cry,” Eye said. “They wash their uniforms and lay them out to dry on rocks like prized possessions. I’m going to try to keep donating every year and have my teams participate.” Williams already handed over another box to Ferguson that has been sitting and waiting on her dining room table. Ferguson
will pass the donations, which came from one of William’s former students who teaches in Maryland, over to Garrity to take on her next trip, and the cycle will continue. “It’s connecting kids through the uniforms,” Williams said. “Smithtown is developing the whole athlete — not just their sports abilities. That makes me thrilled to be part of this.” For more information on H.E.L.P. International or to find out how to get involved, visit www.help-international.org.
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