Anti-development Huntington supervisor faces first test in vote on $80M project

TRD New York /
May.May 14, 2018 02:24 PM

Huntington supervisor Chad Lupinacci won his seat in November after a slew of campaign promises to oppose what locals saw as overdevelopment of the town. His first chance to make good on those vows comes in the form of an $80 million, 486,380-square-foot commercial development proposed by the Villadom Corporation, opponents of the project said. The development requires a zoning change from residential to commercial that Lupinacci must approve or deny but the official has so far stayed mum on the matter. [Newsday]


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