Town Board Calls Special Meeting on Melville Resolutions

The Huntington Town Board has called a special meeting for Wednesday to consider changes in resolutions related to the creation of the Melville Overlay District.
The meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. at Huntington Town Hall and is open to the public.
The Melville proposal would alter zoning to allow for mixed-use buildings, creating a walkable downtown area, retail space, parks and apartments.
For the last year, town officials have been meeting with civic groups, the Melville fire department and others to discuss the future of the area, centering on Maxess Road and surrounding area.
Anti-development residents have been insisting that the three public hearings scheduled this spring can’t be held without an environmental review in place.
The meeting will focus on resolutions 166 and 167, which the board approved last week.



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