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Chamber of Commerce eyes Bay Shore parking revenue

The Bay Shore Chamber of Commerce, at a meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018, discussed newly released information showing Islip Town received nearly $1 million during two years from parking meters in the community's downtown area.  (Credit: Newsday / Rachelle Blidner; Jessica Rotkiewicz)

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