Huntington has added a subscription-based Professional Geographic Information Systems service for real estate agents, architects and lawyers to access land use documents ["Town makes land-use data available," News, April 16].
A subscription for the site is $600 a year. The town's work belongs to all of us. Why the hefty fee? Why is it concluded that the information will be useful to only a select group of professionals?
John Condon, Huntington Station
Editor's note: The writer is a former deputy director of the Huntington Planning Department and served on the town's Board of Assessment Review.