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Brookhaven Town agenda, Jan. 31

BROOKHAVEN

Unless specified, meetings are at

1 Independence Hill, Farmingville.

PLANNING BOARD

4 p.m. Feb. 8

ZONING BOARD

6 p.m. Wednesday

AGENDA

At its Jan. 6 meeting, the board:

Centereach: Granted Kenneth Frasier permission for existing conversion of attached garage to living space, north side of Leonard Lane, east of Tree Road.

Center Moriches: Granted Salvatore and Monique DiCristo minimum and total side-yard variances for existing one-story residence addition and enclosed cellar entrance tor crawl space; side-yard and rear-yard variances for existing detached garage not built in conformance with permit No. 194312 and detached shed, west side of Surrey Drive, north

of Drew Lane.

Coram: Granted Manjunath Kamath a rear-yard variance for existing roofed-over deck, east side of Howard Drive, south of Rowe Street.

East Setauket: Granted Douglas Sutherland a rear-yard variance for existing enclosed porch; minimum side-yard variance for existing covered porch; also, a total side-yard variance for existing carport, north side of Bunny Lane, east of Woodchuck Lane.

Mastic Beach: Granted Walter Burmil minimum and total side-yard variances for proposed two-story residence addition; a front-yard setback variance for proposed partially roofed-over deck exceeding 4 feet by 8 feet permitted (8 feet by 8 feet), north side of Parkwood Drive, east of Flower Road.

Medford: Granted Ken Schoeller a front-yard setback variance for existing roofed-over concrete porch exceeding 4 feet by 8 feet permitted (6 feet by 6 feet), north side of Robinson Avenue, east of Medford Avenue.

Selden: Granted Lorenzo Facchini a rear-yard variance for existing one-story residence addition (sunroom), south side of Linden Street, west of College Road.

Setauket: Granted Kenneth

A. Michaels a front-yard setback variance from Cherry Lane for proposed front-porch exceeding the 4 feet by 8 feet permitted (6 feet by 26.6 feet), northwest corner of Cherry Lane and Oak Street (east side of Ivy Lane).

Compiled by Patricia Sollitto

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