Attention! LIRR to Perform Concrete Work by Pond Avenue- November 9th to 11th 21

On Saturday, November 9th starting at 12:00 AM (midnight) and continuing through Monday, November 11 at 12:30 AM the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) will be performing concrete tie installation by Pond Avenue, Ronkonkoma on the Mainline.  Concrete tie replacement work is being performed as an ongoing initiative to renew track infrastructure assets and improve safety and on-time performance.  Details for the work are as follows:


  • Concrete tie preparation work is scheduled for Saturday, November 9th starting at 12:00AM (midnight) and continuing through Monday, November 11 at 12:30AM
  • Intermittent closures throughout the weekend of Pond Avenue, Ronkonkoma Grade Crossing as long equipment trains slowly move thru the work zone
  • MTA police will be onsite to ensure a safe and orderly operation
  • Noise resulting from this work may be audible to those nearby


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Anchor Real Estate Celebrates Grand Opening 26

Anchor Real Estate of Long Island, Inc. celebrated its Official Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Wednesday, November 20th. Owner Gina Ferraro was welcomed to the community by members of The Patchogue Greater Chamber of Commerce.

Attendees were treated to beverages and light snacks and a Holiday Market with items available from vendors such as handmade market co., One Hope Wine, Stella & Dot and Pampered Chef.

Anchor Real Estate of Long Island, Inc. is located at 83. E Main Street in Patchogue.

Here are a few photos highlighting the event.

Town Demolishes “Super Storm Sandy” House 174

On November 12th, Councilman Neil Foley was on hand for the demolition of a “Super Storm Sandy” house at 2 South Breeze Drive in Patchogue. The house, located on property along the Great South Bay, experienced significant damage during the powerful storm that hit Long Island on October 29, 2012. Approximately 100,000 residences on Long Island were severely damaged, including 2,000 that were rendered uninhabitable. The demolition debris was later carted away and the property will be left in its natural state.

Councilman Foley said, “The south shore of Brookhaven was impacted hard by Super Storm Sandy and we are still recovering seven years after that catastrophic event. I thank the Town of Brookhaven Law Department for their efforts to finally rid the neighborhood of this eyesore.”

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