Public Session Set on Melville Development Proposal

The second “listening session” on the potential development in Melville is scheduled for Thursday.
Known as the Melville Employment Center, the proposal goes back to the Petrone administration, and involves

land use and zoning, including office/employment uses, industrial, residential, and mixed uses and open space, as well as traffic issues and public transportation.

The public is invited to attend to hear and discuss what is under consideration on land along the Route 110 corridor.

The session is tentatively scheduled for 68 South Service Road, Melville, from 7 to 9 p.m.

Residents with questions should contact Supervisor Ed Smyth’s office at (631) 351-3030.





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