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FALL BI-ANNUAL MEETING:
7:00 PM, Tuesday October 16, Neighborhood House.
Two speakers will
discuss environmental subjects.
and Responses (PDF) from the June 1st at Emma Clark Library
and Future Municipal Property Acquisitions on Dyke Road
and Concerns of Residents to be discussed at the meeting (PDF)
to open the PDF version of the April Flyer
Minutes of the April
17, 2018 Meeting (PDF)
Strong's Neck Civic Association board usually meets at
Neighborhood House. All are
welcome to attend the meetings. The Setauket Neighborhood House is
at 95 Main Street, opposite the Mill Pond, in Setauket, Long Island,
County Office of Emergency Management
for Suffolk County: Hurricanes, floods, etc.
PSEG Long Island Storm Resources Stormcenter: Outage maps, etc. More resources on
the Links page.
is a peninsula of land on
the north shore of
Setauket, Long Island, New York. Originally known as "Little Neck," it
was purchased from the Setalcott Indians in 1662. In the late 1700's a
Strong family member married into the Smith family. The Smith property,
which included most of Little Neck, was bought at auction by the
and thereafter became known as Strong's Neck.
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