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Letter: 'Cerro Wire' plan adds too many cars

On Aug. 20, 2013, Oyster Bay residents overwhelmingly

On Aug. 20, 2013, Oyster Bay residents overwhelmingly approved the sale of the town's public works property adjacent to the former Cerro Wire site for $32.5 million. Credit: Newsday, 2004 / Karen Wiles Stabile

Both the developers of the former Cerro Wire property in Syosset and the Newsday editorial board seem to suffer from "choo choo" blindness ["A smart vision for 'Cerro Wire,' " Editorial, June 29].

Neither seeks to address the elephant in the room, which is the impact of the project on the Syosset and Hicksville train stations. They're already beyond their commuter parking capacity.

Laura Schultz

Syosset

Editor's note: The writer is president of Residents for a More Beautiful Syosset, a civic group.

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