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Posted on: October 25, 2017

Supervisor Romaine and Councilwoman Cartright Announce Completion of Area Visioning Report

Supervisor Romaine and Councilwoman Cartright Announce Completion of Route 25A Three Village Area Vi

Farmingville, NY - On October 24, Supervisor Ed Romaine, Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright and members of the Citizens Advisory Committee announced the completion of the Route 25A Three Village Area Visioning Report. The report covers Route 25A from the Smithtown / Brookhaven Town line in the west to the Poquott Village line in the east and includes the hamlets of Stony Brook, Setauket and East Setauket, including the Stony Brook University area along Route 25A. It is expected to be accepted by the Town Board at the October 26 Town Board Meeting.

The Citizens Advisory Committee was composed of co-chairs George Hoffman and Jane Taylor and representatives from the Three Village Civic Association, Three Village Chamber of Commerce, Stony Brook Concerned Homeowners, Strongs Neck Civic Association, Ward Melville Heritage Organization, Three Village Historical Society, and Three Village Community Trust as well as the New York State Department of Transportation, Three Village School District, Fire Districts, Stony Brook University, offices of elected officials, residents, and at large members.

Supervisor Romaine said, “Now that the Visioning Report has been completed, we can use it as a reference tool to help achieve the goals and objectives of the Three Village community. I thank the Citizens Advisory Committee for all they have done and look forward to working with them and Councilwoman Cartright to help make their vision a reality along Route 25A.”

Councilwoman Cartright said, “Thank you to the Citizens Advisory Committee, to the co-chairs, Jane Taylor and George Hoffman, and to every community member that attended the many meetings I hosted. This is the type of Community Based Planning that is a vital component to gather the information necessary to draft this Visioning. I am excited to sponsor the resolution this Thursday to present the Visioning to my colleagues. Once accepted, we will begin moving forward with a Land Use Plan to shape the future of the 25A Corridor as guided by the community.”

Pictured left to right are three Village Chamber of Commerce 2nd Vice President Carmine Inserra; Three Village Chamber of Commerce President Jonathon Kornreich; Councilwoman Valerie Cartright; Supervisor Ed Romaine; Citizens Advisory Committee Co-Chair Jane Taylor; Long Island Builders Institute Chief Executive Officer Mitchell Pally; The Stony Brook School Head of School Josh Crane and citizens Advisory Committee Co-Chair George Hoffman.

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