• Middle Island Civic Association



    Founded in 1949, the Middle Island Civic Association meets on the third Thursday of the month at the Longwood Public Library, at 800 Middle Country Road (Rt 25), in Middle Island, New York.

Illegal Sign Stopped at MulchMare Entrance

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MICA continues to press for action against the illegal mulch operation at 132 Swezey Drive South. When residents noticed a sign footing being constructed at the entrance to the “private” unpaved roadway frequented by all those debris-laden landscapers’ trucks, we notified the Town of Brookhaven. A law investigator and a building inspector visited the site …

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MICA “Adopts” Ridge Rest Home for Holidays

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This year the Middle Island Civic Association “adopted” the Ridge Rest Home for its Holiday Outreach.  Members purchased and donated funds for much needed basic clothing items, such as socks, underwear and warm shirts, and MICA also donated 500 personal-sized soap bars and 300 disposable razors. Members also made individual toiletry gift bags. We gathered …

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December MICA Meeting Reminder

MIDDLE ISLAND CIVIC ASSOCIATION Thursday, December 18th, 2014…7:00PM The next regular meeting of the Middle Island Civic Association will be neld on Thursday, December 18th at the Middle Island Fire Department headquarters at Arnold Drive and Rt 25 beginning at 7:00pm. We will hold our annual “Wrap” Party and Holiday Social. Please bring your donations …

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Pearl Harbor Day Patriotic Tree Lighting Well Attended

The second annual Pearl Harbor Day Patriotic Tree Lighting Ceremony took place on Sunday, December 7th, 2014 at Bartlett Pond Park.  Depsite the cold and windy conditions, a crowd of more than 100 gathered to honor the memories of those lost 73 years ago during the surprise Japanese attack on our US Navy, the dreaded …

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TOB Approves Tax Reso for Sandy Hills

On Tuesday, November 26, 2014, the Brookhaven Town Board approved Resolution 2014-0817 authorizing the execution of a tax exemption from the town. The tax exemption provides Concern for Independent Living with the ability to build this much needed housing project. The Sandy Hills project will provide 123 affordable housing units primarily for veterans. “We call …

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