Suffolk County Legislator Al Krupski said he heard the Calverton community “loud and clear” Wednesday night: don’t use the Beagle Club property as Long Island ABATE’s home.
So, it won’t happen.
UPDATE: Suffolk County legislators unanimously approved the measure on Tuesday night to allow LI ABATE to use the former Beagle Club property.
ORIGINAL STORY: After Suffolk County bought 150 acres in Calverton nearly two years ago for $8.9 million using money from its Drinking Water Protection Fund, the county is now considering using the property to a nonprofit organization focused on motorcycle awareness and safety. (more…)