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Islip Town agenda

ISLIP

Unless specified, meetings are

at 655 Main St., Islip.

CHANGE OF ZONE

7:30 p.m. Aug. 19

PLANNING BOARD

7:30 p.m. Thursday

TOWN BOARD

1 p.m. Aug. 17

ZONING BOARD

7 p.m. Tuesday

ACTIONS

At its June 30 meeting, the Islip Zoning Board of Appeals:

Bay Shore: Granted 75 Clinton Realty LLC permission to retain a shed with insufficient front yard (through-lot) and side yard, east side of South Clinton Avenue, south of Linden Place (through-lot to Bay Avenue).

Bay Shore: Granted Vincent and Dawn Moore permission, with understanding, to retain an above-ground pool with insufficient side yard, and retain a shed with insufficient feet behind front line of dwelling and on side yard property, east side of Illinois Avenue, north of Idaho Avenue.

Central Islip: Granted Paul Ramsey permission to retain a retaining wall with insufficient side yard, north side of Apple Street, west of Wilson Boulevard.

East Islip: Granted Richard and Rosemary Specht permission to retain a shed with insufficient side yard, south side of Kay Court, east of Bayview Avenue.

Fire Island: Granted Paul and Regina Lefebvre permission to retain a deck with insufficient front, side and rear yards, west side of Holly Walk, north of Central Walk, Fair Harbor.

Islip: Granted Rudolph and Betty Jane Ulfstam permission to renew a permit, for three years, for a two-family, family-use only, south side of 39th Street, east of

Broadway Avenue.

Sayville: Granted Rosemarie Torre, trustee of the Rosemarie Torre Trust, permission to renew a permit for a two-family, family-use only, west side of Terry Road, north of Spruce Avenue.

West Islip: Granted Donna and Vincent E. Biondo permission to renew a permit, for three years, for a two-family, family-use only, west side of Higbie Lane, north of Curtis Avenue.

West Islip: Denied Peter and Lucille Micali permission to retain two one-story additions, a roofed-over porch, detached garage, a shed and a roofed-over patio with insufficient side and rear yards and floor-area ratio, north side of Myson Street, west of Spruce Avenue.

Compiled by Darlene Gein

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