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Islip Town agenda, March 28


Unless specified, meetings are

at 655 Main St., Islip.


7:30 p.m. Thursday


7:30 p.m. April 8


1 p.m. April 13


7 p.m. Tuesday


At its Feb. 10 meeting, the Islip Zoning Board of Appeals:

Bay Shore: Granted William G. Hurtado permission to use dwelling for a two-family, family-use only, east side of Heckscher Avenue,

north of Hemlock Drive.

Brentwood: Granted Daniel Zorrilla, life estate, permission to renew a permit for a two-family dwelling, family-use only, north side of West Plum Street, east of

Mayflower Road.

Central Islip: Granted St. John of God R.C. Church permission to retain three buildings: building 1 with insufficient rear yard; and buildings

2 and 3 with insufficient rear yards. Granted permission to retain a shed, an 8-foot fence on property line and a hockey rink with insufficient side and rear yards and setback, northeast corner of Carleton Avenue and St. John's Street (through lot to Third Avenue).

Holbrook: Granted Juan C. and Maria M. Rodriguez permission, with specific condition, to retain a two-story addition with insufficient floor area and establish an accessory apartment, for three years, east side of Nimbus Road, south of Cirrus Road.

Oakdale: Denied Brian and Wanda Milligan permission to retain an above-ground pool with insufficient side yard, and granted permission to retain a pool deck with insufficient side yard, north side of Matthews Road, west of Dale Drive.

Ronkonkoma: Granted Nadine Myer permission, for three years, to renew a permit for a two-family, family-use only, west side of

Hawthorne Avenue, south of

Springdale Drive.

West Sayville: Granted William and Margaret Chandler permission, with condition, to retain an above-ground pool, pool deck, roofed-over deck and pond, with insufficient side and rear yards, east side

of Weaver Road, south of Carley Drive.

Compiled by Darlene Gein


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