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Week in Review: Attorney General Sues Commack Store Over Drugs

Catch up on the top local news as reported by Commack Patch from July 8 - July 15.

 


A Commack store is facing a lawsuit from the state attorney general for allegedly selling synthetic designer drugs as "head shops." 


Town of Smithtown officials agreed Tuesday that its necessary for them to take action on abandoned properties in the area. 


The Smithtown Zoning Board of Appeals gave a green light to allow PJ Venture Land Developers expand the Cosentino Commerce Center off Henry Street by more than 20,000 square feet on Tuesday night. 


State officials announced a plan is in place to begin cleanup of the hazardous waste plume on Oser Avenue in Hauppauge, that's affecting local groundwater. 


Inside a nondescript Ronkonkoma office suite, the two men navigate a forest of boom mics, soundboards and computer screens. The studio for WLIE 540 AM, a 10,000-watt station that spans Long Island and beyond, is compact and thick with the trappings you’d expect to put on a radio show.
And while Mark Rosenman and A.J. Carter have careers far from the glare of pro sports, from 7-8:30 p.m. each Sunday the duo brings sports to the Long Island airwaves. July 8 marked their WLIE debut.

 

Charlotte July 16, 2012 at 12:11 PM
That store should have been closed years ago.

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