May 21st MICA Meeting Reminder

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Middle Island Civic Association Meeting Notice Thursday, May 21st, 2015 at 7:00PM Our next MICA meeting will be held on Thursday, May 21st, at the Middle Island Fire Department HQ on Arnold Drive at 7:00 pm. We will conduct the annual election of officers, celebrate the Island Squire demo, discuss DOT plans for Rt 25 …

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MICA Prez Honored by Senator LaValle

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Gail Lynch Bailey Of Middle Island Honored As Senator Ken LaValle’s 2015 “Woman of Distinction” May 5, 2014 – Today, Senator Ken LaValle welcomed Gail Lynch Bailey of Middle Island as the 2015 NY State Senate’s Woman of Distinction from the First Senate District. “Gail Lynch Bailey’s dedication and commitment to community is exemplary.  Her …

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Island Squire Demolition: A Fond Farewell

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  The Island Squire dinner theater, once an entertainment destination, comes down From NEWSDAY -  Updated May 12, 2015 11:58 PM By CARL MACGOWAN  carl.macgowan@newsday.com The vacant Island Squire restaurant was torn down Tuesday while Middle Island residents sipped champagne and the children of its former owner reminisced about better times at the venue. The …

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Breslin Removes Trailers From KMart Lot

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Social media played an important role in alerting MICA to an unwelcome development at Breslin Realty’s old KMart parcel last week:  the arrival overnight of dozens of  large RVs, trucks, trailers and portable lavatories in the front parking lot..  Drivers passing by reported these trailers were clearly occupied overnight; closer inspection on Friday morning, May …

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Island Squire Demo Set for Tuesday, May 12 at 10:30am

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Barring any unforeseen circumstances: The Island Squire demolition is set for Tuesday,  May 12th @ 10:30am. Many thanks to the entire Town Council which voted unanimously to condemn the Island Squire property as unsafe, making the demolition possible. Special thanks to the TOB law dept investigators, who responded to many complaints from the civic and …

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