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Brookhaven and SBU partner to curb illegal off-campus housing Newsday: Stony Brook, Brookhaven fight illegal off-campus housing CBS: Stony Brook Residents Complain Students Are Overcrowding Illegal Off Campus Housing Friends of Stony Brook Rd is Making Progress and Seeking Volunteers NEWSDAY: How Brookhaven can help with Stony Brook U.’s growing pains
 
Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine held a press conference Sept. 8 to address the issue of illegal off-campus housing. Photo by Alex Petroski

Brookhaven and SBU partner to curb illegal off-campus housing

Coordinated with the start of a new school year, Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine (R) delivered a clear message to landlords who rent to university students within his jurisdiction during a press conference Sept. 8:

SBU

Newsday: Stony Brook, Brookhaven fight illegal off-campus housing

The start of the fall semester at Stony Brook University has renewed efforts to crack down on illegal off-campus student housing in neighboring communities

Stony Brook East Campus Entrance

CBS: Stony Brook Residents Complain Students Are Overcrowding Illegal Off Campus Housing

Tucked outside of Stony Brook University, they often stick out like sore thumbs — run down, lawns torn up for parking — and neighbors fed up over an explosion of illegal off campus student housing.

SPEED LIMIT 30 Sign

Friends of Stony Brook Rd is Making Progress and Seeking Volunteers

A group of individuals, who are members or our organization, formed a committee to address issues regarding safety as well as improving the appearance of Stony Brook Rd.

In 1962, Stony Brook University's campus was built along the North Shore on land donated by local philanthropist Ward Melville. Since then, the university has become nationally recognized for its scientific research and development. Stony Brook University is seen here on April 25, 2015. Photo Credit: Doug Kuntz

NEWSDAY: How Brookhaven can help with Stony Brook U.’s growing pains

In just over a decade, Stony Brook has made an impressive journey from a commuter school to a flagship university in the state system. The needed housing and amenities have yet to complete the trip.

Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine held a press conference Sept. 8 to address the issue of illegal off-campus housing. Photo by Alex Petroski

Brookhaven and SBU partner to curb illegal off-campus housing

September 19, 2017

Coordinated with the start of a new school year, Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine (R) delivered a clear message to landlords who rent to university students within his jurisdiction during a press conference Sept. 8:

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Posted in Featured, Media Coverage, News

SBU

Newsday: Stony Brook, Brookhaven fight illegal off-campus housing

September 13, 2017

The start of the fall semester at Stony Brook University has renewed efforts to crack down on illegal off-campus student housing in neighboring communities

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Posted in Featured, Media Coverage, News

Stony Brook East Campus Entrance

CBS: Stony Brook Residents Complain Students Are Overcrowding Illegal Off Campus Housing

September 13, 2017

Tucked outside of Stony Brook University, they often stick out like sore thumbs — run down, lawns torn up for parking — and neighbors fed up over an explosion of illegal off campus student housing.

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Posted in Featured, Featured Videos, Media Coverage, News, Videos

SPEED LIMIT 30 Sign

Friends of Stony Brook Rd is Making Progress and Seeking Volunteers

April 9, 2017

A group of individuals, who are members or our organization, formed a committee to address issues regarding safety as well as improving the appearance of Stony Brook Rd.

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Posted in Featured, Member Updates, Take Action

In 1962, Stony Brook University's campus was built along the North Shore on land donated by local philanthropist Ward Melville. Since then, the university has become nationally recognized for its scientific research and development. Stony Brook University is seen here on April 25, 2015. Photo Credit: Doug Kuntz

NEWSDAY: How Brookhaven can help with Stony Brook U.’s growing pains

October 14, 2016

In just over a decade, Stony Brook has made an impressive journey from a commuter school to a flagship university in the state system. The needed housing and amenities have yet to complete the trip.

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Posted in Featured, Media Coverage

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NEWS12: SBU Puts Out Call to Developers for Campus Village

September 14, 2016

Stony Brook University put out a call for developers to build new dorm units and other space to counter a housing problem.

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Junior Sabrina Grunseich, 19, of Deer Park, moves into new Toll Drive student housing at Stony Brook University on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016. Photo Credit: Barry Sloan

NEWSDAY: Stony Brook University seeks ideas for housing development

September 14, 2016

Campus village’ would have market-rate housing for students, faculty. Effort would be first such public-private partnership for 25K-student school.

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Town of Brookhaven Press Briefing – Setauket Deck Collapse

August 30, 2016

Town of Brookhaven Press Briefing – Setauket Deck Collapse

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NEWSDAY: East Setauket landlord could be fined $18G after deck collapse

August 30, 2016

A landlord could face up to $18,000 in fines stemming from a deck collapse last week that left two people injured during a party at an East Setauket house, Brookhaven Town officials said Tuesday.

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Deck Collapse

CBS2: 2 Injured After Deck Collapses At Long Island College Party

August 29, 2016

EAST SETAUKET, N.Y. (CBS NewYork/AP) — Authorities are investigating after an elevated wooden deck collapsed behind a Long Island home, injuring two people during a college party. Party guests were gathered at about 11 p.m. Friday under the 10-foot-high deck in East Setauket when the structure began to creak and sway, Brookhaven Town Chief Fire Marshal […]

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