Commack residents interested in the future of Marion Carll Farm can receive the latest update on the lawsuit from Commack school trustees on Thursday night.
Commack Board of Education will host their last board meeting of the 2011-12 school year at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Commack High School's auditorium.
Commack School District's legal counsel will be providing the latest updates on the who are seeking to reclaim the historic farm, according to district spokeswoman Brenda Lentsch.
Carll's heirs have claimed that Commack school officials have failed to maintain the property as a museum and use it for educational purposes, as outlined under stipulations of the donation.
The school district's attorney has previously made clear he was instructed not to spend significant time or money responding to the lawsuit.
Commack Civic Association sent a letter to Superintendent Donald James on June 1 brought forth by the civic association. No public meeting has been held or scheduled as Thursday afternoon.
Commack residents have both and calling for others to attend the June 14 board meeting.
Other topics on the board of education's agenda include recognition of various student awards and actions to move forward with security improvements, repairs at various buildings throughout the district.