The in Commack will soon close its doors, according to a report by Crain's New York Business released Tuesday.
The announcement comes two months after supermarket giant A&P, which owns several Pathmark stores including the Commack location, filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection.
The store, located at 6070 Jericho Tpke., is one of 32 that will be closed in the coming months as part of the reconstruction. Other nearby locations to be closed include two Waldbaum's in and .
"Many Pathmark employees have been with this company for well over 3 decades and are more than experienced in running successful supermarkets," said Local 1500 President Bruce W. Both in a statement. "After today’s announcement, we urge management to move past store closings, and begin to listen to their store employees and return this company to its rightful place as a leader in the grocery industry.”
According to reports, a representative from Local 1500, the union which serves Pathmark employees, said approximately 100 employees at the Commack store have been given 90-day notice, as is required by law.
This announcement marks the second major business closing in Commack in as many days. announced Wednesday morning it would be in the near future as part of a Bankruptcy agreement.