There's plenty happening in the Three Village community on any given day, but here's a look at what's happening in the towns around us:
From Port Jefferson Patch: Port Jefferson will field test its new noise meter in the coming weeks to set controls on the level of noise pollution in the village, according to trustee Larry LaPointe. The meter, which the village purchased in 2011, will be tested in the downtown area near businesses that play music. Read the full story .
From Sachem Patch: The Central School District will be hosting a special event to support district alum and Olympic hopeful on her way to making her dream come true this summer in London. A walk-a-thon is scheduled for Sunday, June 10 to raise awareness of Michta’s journey to London and to bring the community together in an interesting and unique way. Registration begins at Sachem High School North at 8:30 a.m. with a race walk clinic scheduled for 9:15 a.m. and the walk-a-thon starting at 9:30 a.m. Read the full story .
From Miller Place-Rocky Point Patch: The Miller Place-Mount Sinai Historical Society Country Fair at the has been running for more than 30 years, but this year the society may not be able to fund it. The historical society sent out letters to members warning that the Country Fair is in danger of being cut if they do not raise $2,500 by June 30. Read the full story .
From Kings Park Patch: Not much has been agreed on between residents and business owners in the industrial area of Kings Park, but one thing became clear at Wednesday evening's planning board hearing; all sides want resolution on the failure to properly address zoning along Townline and Old Northport Road. The problem has stymied the town board for decades, resulting in no clear-cut plan and no change. Read the full story .
From Patchogue Patch: The at 100 Barton Avenue in Patchogue may be purchased by Brookhaven Town, according to a report published May 31 in . The armory was one of six closed in 2010, with to a newer facility in Farmingdale. Read the full story .