Where is the Blight in Hampton Bays?

Shout out your response in the comment section.

On Wednesday evening, the newly-formed , discussing its goals, as well as providing the public with an opportunity to talk about issues that they would like to see addressed. 

One issue that came up during the meeting was blight on Main Street and in other areas around the hamlet. Patch would like to know: What places would you like to see the Concerned Citizens of Hampton Bays address through their mission?

Feel free to shout out your thoughts in the comment section below. 

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mj September 13, 2012 at 05:59 PM
about the blight ,try looking at the rundown motel housing whole families on north road!
jks September 26, 2012 at 09:29 PM
Squiretown Restaurant looks a little better, just a bandaid fix but it helps.
jks September 26, 2012 at 09:34 PM
I agree with Jim, this is America. We have been invaded by so many Spanish speaking individuals who don't really want to learn English, but they do enjoy the benefits of living here.
jks September 27, 2012 at 03:20 PM
I have been contacted by the owner of Squiretown Restaurant who says that he and the property owner are working together to improve the exterior of this restaurant. The front of the building looks a little better after having been polished up a bit.
john langan September 30, 2012 at 08:02 AM
Squiretown restaurant needs new facade. hamlet green needs to be cleaned up, the movie thearter parking lot needs to end the loitering ( isnt that illegal anyway?) The shopping center where kriegs and liggets is needs a new facade, then down the road to katrinka shopping center, mulvey and that entire strip needs to be redone, hopefully the CPI project will get moving and maybe that will encourage others to take care and update their property, encourage tourism instead of chasing them away would help with the hotels and motels turning into shelters, and section 8 housing. The town for the past 20 years has chased the summer tourists away and that was the start of the new blight. I will take kids having fun over the loitering and littering going on and what about all the illegal yard sale signs and for sale signs on houses, and cars for sale on the side of the street. Hire more Police and Code enforcement, fire marshals and lets get on this before its to late and we turn into mini brooklyn


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