Welcome Pauly’s Market & Butchery! Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Highlights 498

Yesterday Saturday, June 15th, we had a great time attending the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of Pauly’s Market & Butchery.  Located in the old Cow Palace location across from Walgreens on River Ave, it is owner Paul Archiero’s first storefront business.  The weather was perfect for this community event which featured music, games, giveaways and fresh grilled burgers and dogs courtesy of celebrity chef Greg Adams and The Big Daaawg.  Discounts were also given on all in store purchases made during the event.  We had the pleasure of speaking with Paul about his new business, and what brought him to Patchogue.

An architect by trade and father of two who had been working from home and in the field for the past several years, Paul had been daydreaming about getting “out of the office” and doing something different with his life.   Butchery has been part of his life for as long as he can remember.  Being a member of the original Cow Palace family, he learned all he knows while working part time there during his architecture college years.  When he learned that the location was available, he could not let the opportunity pass him by. Paul’s son has been working alongside him since the beginning, but he also noted that gets lots of help from his sisters, cousins and nephews too, making this a truly family-run operation.

Pauly’s will specialize in offering top quality meats and products.  That includes Waygu beef, of which they are one of a few locations to offer, a large all prime beef hero, and the 2 foot wagyu hot dog, The Big Daaawg.  Weekly specials will also be offered.  In the future, Paul also hopes to bring fresh local Long Island produce closer to Patchogue through partnerships with organic East End farmers.  Paul said “I want to be known as not only a prime butcher but also as a market with fresh local produce.  I am working on several partnerships that will bring East End organic produce closer to area consumers.”

We are thrilled that we were able to join in on the celebration and grand opening of this new community market and butchery and wish Paul, his family, and Pauly’s Market & Butchery great success!


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Town Partners with Long Island Housing Partnership to Provide Affordable Housing 145

 On August 27th, Brookhaven Town, working in conjunction with the Long Island Housing Partnership (LIHP), conducted a lottery at Brookhaven Town Hall to select 20 applicants who will be provided with an opportunity to purchase new, affordable condominiums at Country Pointe Meadows in Yaphank. These homes are offered for sale to eligible households that earn 80 percent or less of the area median income and will feature two bedrooms and one bath.

Supervisor Edward P. Romaine said, “I want to thank the Long Island Housing Partnership and Beechwood Yaphank LLC for working with the us to help make the dream of home ownership a reality. Brookhaven Town code ensures all housing developments must have at least 10 percent of its units dedicated to providing workforce or affordable housing, and this makes it easier for hard working families to remain on Long Island.”

Pictured left to right are LIHP President and CEO Peter Elkowitz; LIHP Senior Vice President James Britz; Supervisor Edward P. Romaine; Brookhaven Town Commissioner of Housing and Human Services Alison Karppi and LIHP Executive Assistant Linda Mathews.



East Patchogue Street Dedicated in Honor of 9/11 First Responder Mark “Ski” Gajewski 172

On Saturday, August 17th, Supervisor Ed Romaine and Councilman Michael Loguercio officially dedicated a portion of Martha Avenue in East Patchogue as “Mark W. Gajewski Way.”  Mr. Gajewski, a professional welder, was a first responder on 9/11 who selflessly spent 9 months cleaning up at “Ground Zero.” He lost his battle with 9/11-related lung cancer on December 11th, 2017.  Mr.Gajewski, also known as “Ski,” was heralded as a man who spent a lifetime helping others in need.  In 2005, he drove his truck to New Orleans to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Pictured left to right are Assemblyman Joe DeStaphano; Debra Gajewski (wife); Supervisor Ed Romaine; Crystal Gajewski (daughter); Councilman Michael Loguercio; Sean Gajewski (son) and County Legislator Rudy Sunderman.

Supervisor Romaine said, “It’s important that we honor those who exemplify the true spirit of community. Mark Gajewski was an ordinary man who performed extraordinary acts and sacrificed his own life to help others. His family should take pride in knowing how much we all appreciate his courage to do the right thing.”

Councilman Loguercio said, “I was proud to stand among Mark’s family and friends to celebrate his life. We will never forget his courage and determination to make a difference in the lives of so many people. I am thankful for the opportunity to honor his memory and share this day with so many great people.”


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