Tag Archive | Steven Graziano

Judge Gavel

Dear Judge: Please help us

A mockery of justice is taking place in the 6th district. We contacted the supervising judge to find out why.

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Supervisor Romaine speaking during the State of the Town address.

NEWSDAY: Brookhaven eyes town code change to regulate locks, CO detectors

The town board is expected to hold a public hearing next month on the proposed code change.

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Cablevision Editorials

CABLEVISION: SUNY Stony Brook needs to provide more on-campus housing (VIDEO)

Stony Brook needs to provide more housing for its expanding student population.

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150 Christian Ave

NEWSDAY: Stony Brook home’s landlord fined $28,000 for code violations

150 Christian Ave owner, Steven Graziano, ordered to pay $28,000 fine.

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Proposed SBU Residence and Dining Hall

VILLAGE TIMES: Stony Brook University to break ground on student dorm in June

Will provide on-campus housing for 759 students

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150 Christian Ave

NEWSDAY: Court boosts crackdown on illegal Stony Brook apartments

Ruling bolsters efforts to crack down on illegal apartments that have vexed residents who live near Stony Brook University.

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150 Christian Ave

Closing Arguments Heard in 150 Christian Ave Court Battle

To area residents, this is just the latest chapter in an ongoing battle against the infamous frat house located at 150 Christian Ave and its owner, Steven Paul Graziano.

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150 Christian Ave

Stony Brook Concerned Homeowners continue call for closing

The Stony Brook Concerned Homeowners joined the Circle of Friends — the Stony Brook S Section community group — on Nov. 20 at the Setauket Firehouse to add to the nearly 1,000 signatures on a petition that they hope will curtail illegal house rentals in the area. The petition asks town officials to stop giving […]

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Complaints prompt Belle Terre officials to mull changes to housing code

Belle Terre officials have begun making plans to upgrade the village’s building code to crack down on illegal house rentals. Mayor Ted Lucki said the effort to draft tougher rules was prompted by residents’ complaints about a home on Lodge Lane that neighbors say has been occupied by more than a dozen people. Lucki said […]

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