County Executive Steve Bellone also sent a letter to the district about the homeless students, outlining the county's role and state laws. We will share that letter later this morning.
It's definitely cooler in town, and today's high of 64 degrees will keep it feeling like fall. However, this afternoon's high tide comes with a coastal flood watch, according to the National Weather Service, with wind-driven tides expected to be more than a foot higher than normal.
Route 347 and Route 111 construction continues to slow down the flow of traffic around Hauppauge, which at this point most folks are used to. Check out the traffic map above for up-to-date info.
Sports Book Group discussing "Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen" by Christopher McDougall, Hauppauge Public Library, 7 p.m.
Hurricane Sandy disrupted many lives in the Three Village area, where in pockets power was cut for more than a week. Ahead of the one-year anniversary we're trying to compile the personal stories from community members about what the storm dealt them, and how they recovered. Will you share?
In Case you Missed It
Tim Bishop won't face Altschuler again, but he will have to contend with a few new faces who want his job.
That eyesore abandoned service station at the corner of Route 347 and Route 111 will be the subject of a public hearing in town, with the local politicians examining new plans to put a gas station there.
9 Ways You Can Share Tuesday
- Post Your Weekend Yard Sale
- Share Photos of the Community
- Tell Us Where Your Last Great Meal Was
- Chat With Parents About Raising a Family in Hauppauge
- Share Photos, Kudos or Observations of Hauppauge Sports
- Wish Someone in Town Happy Birthday
- Chat About School District Issues
- Hold Your Local Government Accountable
- Got Road Rage? Talk About the Infrastructure