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Brookhaven Town agenda, March 14

BROOKHAVEN

Unless specified, meetings are at

1 Independence Hill, Farmingville.

TOWN BOARD

5 p.m. March 23

ZONING BOARD

6 p.m. March 24

AGENDA

At its Feb. 17 meeting, the board:

Coram: Granted Petre Neagu

a front-yard setback variance for existing roofed-over concrete exceeding the 4 feet by 8 feet permitted (10 feet by 34 feet), south side of Everglades Lane,

east of Sequoia Drive.

Lake Ronkonkoma: Granted John Mankowich a 30-foot front-yard setback variance from Gatelot Avenue for proposed in-ground swimming pool, northeast corner

of Ardito Court and Gatelot Avenue.

Point O'Woods: Granted Anne Sullivan a front-yard setback variance from North Third Street for proposed decking; also, a front-yard setback variance from Irving Place for proposed reconstruction of deck, northeast corner of Irving Place and North Third Street.

Port Jefferson Station: Granted David Astrin a front-yard setback variance from Nancy Street for existing in-ground swimming pool, southeast corner of Nancy Street and Washington Avenue.

Port Jefferson Station: Granted Diana Pinello a front-yard setback variance for existing deck with roofed-over porch, south side of Grove Street, west of Broadway.

Rocky Point: Granted Kelise Stewart a rear-yard variance for existing conversion of screened room to living space, west side

of Evergreen Road, south of Ridge Road.

Setauket: Granted James Bergdoll a front-yard setback variance from both streets for proposed one-story residence addition, northeast corner of Conscience Circle.

Shirley: Granted Clifton R. Cole

a side-yard variance for existing deck; also, permission for existing one-story residence addition and existing conversion of porch to living space on a 50-foot lot, west side of Revilo Avenue, south of Beatrice Avenue.

Shirley: Granted Grace Durso

a front-yard setback variance from Cypress Lane for existing one-story residence addition; also, a height variance for existing 6-foot-high fence and proposed relocation of 6-foot-high fence to property line

in front-yard (Cypress Lane),

northwest corner of Cypress

and Holly Lanes.

Compiled by Patricia Sollitto

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