. Saying it will go from one of the worst corners in Port Jefferson Station to one of the best, developer Jim Tsunis addressed the Port Jefferson-Terryville Civic Association at their monthly meeting on Tuesday night to update members on work at the southeast intersection of Old Town Road and Route 347. Planned for the site is and another structure to be decided later, although right now, the plan is for an office building unless the community can come up with other ideas.
One incumbent will run unopposed in the Miller Place school district, while in Rocky Point, two incumbents and two challengers will vie for two seats. In Shoreham-Wading River, one incumbent and two new faces will seek two open seats. In Mt. Sinai, two incumbents and one challenger are seeking two open seats.
Police are investigating an armed robbery that took place at the Holbrook Dunkin' Donuts on Thursday evening. Police say a man entered the store on Furrows Road at 5:44 p.m. and displayed a gun. The robber, described as a white male between 25-30 years old and about 5-foot-10, demanded cash from employees, police said.
When current Bayport-Blue Point Superintedent Anthony Annunziato takes over for the following this school year he will make more than his predecessor. According to a Newsday report [subscription required], Annunziato stands to make $259,000 a year, a number that is 6.8 percent more than the $242,550 he makes at Bayport-Blue Point, and roughly $40,000 more than the $219,555 Ehmann takes home.
Four brokers have been arrested in connection to the Hauppauge-based Agape World Ponzi scheme. Long Island Business News [subscription required] reported the FBI arrested four brokers who allegedly worked under Nicholas Cosmo, former head of Hauppauge-based Agape World that was used as a front to take more than $400 million from its investors.