do you think paradise ice cream will sue?

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concerned citizen

Mastic, NY

#1 Jul 21, 2012
paradise ice cream on neighborhood road was closed down with no warning by the village in the busiest week of the year for ice cream stores. they were told that there was a fire code violation and closed immediately with no time to fix or repair it. they were not given a violation or a ticket and asked to have it fixed within 48 hours. they were told that they were closed immediately.

the ice cream parlor was supposed to be grandfathered into the village's code because it was existing before the village came into existence.

the reason that they re-opened is that the village closed it illegally.

do you think they will sue the village for lost income. I heard that they also closed a body shop.
to the dishonest village

Mastic Beach, NY

#2 Jul 22, 2012
concerned citizen wrote:
paradise ice cream on neighborhood road was closed down with no warning by the village in the busiest week of the year for ice cream stores. they were told that there was a fire code violation and closed immediately with no time to fix or repair it. they were not given a violation or a ticket and asked to have it fixed within 48 hours. they were told that they were closed immediately.
the ice cream parlor was supposed to be grandfathered into the village's code because it was existing before the village came into existence.
the reason that they re-opened is that the village closed it illegally.
do you think they will sue the village for lost income. I heard that they also closed a body shop.
Yes I would sue.
What body shop was closed down?
Former MBPOA

Saint James, NY

#3 Jul 22, 2012
concerned citizen wrote:
paradise ice cream on neighborhood road was closed down with no warning by the village in the busiest week of the year for ice cream stores. they were told that there was a fire code violation and closed immediately with no time to fix or repair it. they were not given a violation or a ticket and asked to have it fixed within 48 hours. they were told that they were closed immediately.
the ice cream parlor was supposed to be grandfathered into the village's code because it was existing before the village came into existence.
the reason that they re-opened is that the village closed it illegally.
do you think they will sue the village for lost income. I heard that they also closed a body shop.
If its a fire code violation, they have to close immediataly. It becomes a saftey hazard and itsrequired for them to close. There is no 48 hours or any time frame to stay open for a fire code violation. I was in that business. They cannot sue. If they fix it and thevillage will not let them reopen then they can sue. The place was very expensive anyways. Who cares? He deserved it with those prices.

Since: Apr 09

Center Moriches, NY

#4 Jul 22, 2012
concerned citizen wrote:
paradise ice cream on neighborhood road was closed down with no warning by the village in the busiest week of the year for ice cream stores. they were told that there was a fire code violation and closed immediately with no time to fix or repair it. they were not given a violation or a ticket and asked to have it fixed within 48 hours. they were told that they were closed immediately.
the ice cream parlor was supposed to be grandfathered into the village's code because it was existing before the village came into existence.
the reason that they re-opened is that the village closed it illegally.
do you think they will sue the village for lost income. I heard that they also closed a body shop.
Didnt look closed yesterday. Was it temporary?
OMG

Selden, NY

#5 Jul 22, 2012
Had all winter to get the store up to code. They never did so it was closed. What surprises me is how can that Thrift store ,or rather junk store, be allowed to stay open. I am sure there are many code violations in that place. I would think the smell alone would be enough to close it.
wow

Mastic Beach, NY

#6 Jul 22, 2012
to the dishonest village wrote:
<quoted text>Yes I would sue.
What body shop was closed down?
From what I heard the fire Marshall for the village close him down and went on vacation.He was closed for a week and could not do anything because the village fire Marshall could not be contacted and he lost a lot of money.
At the next village meeting Jane Powers told the mayor and board about this and said that the owner had all the paper work and was updating the system which was good to N.Y.S. standards but not to the new village ones. The owner also talked to mayor Bill, who is also the fire chief, and they met the next day.I think that the mayor found that the ice cream store was ok because he let him reopen the next day. If the Fire Marshall is on vacation he should have some one cover for them. And I heard that Unicorn Motors building is being shut down but I don't know if this is true. Does anybody know what body shop was shut down in the village?
dump them

Mastic Beach, NY

#7 Jul 22, 2012
I think they should close down the village. Replace it with a village that follows up on what they say and do.They have not completed one thing they talk about.They just like to talk and watch Gary spend money.They should get rid of all of code enforcement except for two people in two cars and hire more public workers to work in the village we don't need two code people sitting in a car talking to each other . Frank and Frank are doing a good job but they can't do it all.
They tell people to fix something within ten days or you will get a ticket. Then never go back to see if they did it.Then they say the village will do it and put it on the home owner's tax bill, something that is also not being done. This village is a complete farce. Everybody tells me that Carol is watching the spending that's a bigger joke! I thought there would be a change with Gail in there but I was wrong. Time to dissolve this.
Phony

Brooklyn, NY

#9 Jul 22, 2012
Deputy Mayor McCheese wrote:
What would Brady do?
AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH, you mentioned his name!!!! Hes like Beetle juice!! Don't say it two more times!

Since: Apr 09

Center Moriches, NY

#10 Jul 22, 2012
Brady

Brady
Brady

Mastic Beach, NY

#11 Jul 22, 2012
Beach Man wrote:
Brady
Brady
The village didn't close him down, his place smelled like chlorine and his prices were too damn high. Thanks for your support. This is all part of the village's secret plan...make everybody follow fire safety rules and install new security gates. Then, once all the businesses close, they can be bulldozed.

Sal the investor says he bought the 3 sites but he doesn't know what to put into them. He used his own money and that is because NO bank will finance anything in Mastic Beach (rightfully so).

Rentals make money yo!
Evan Politico

Sound Beach, NY

#12 Jul 22, 2012
word yo!
fire code man

United States

#13 Jul 23, 2012
There are very few fire codes that require an immediate closure. Most have a 48 to 2 week fix time.
Non Village Man

Mastic Beach, NY

#14 Jul 23, 2012
fire code man wrote:
There are very few fire codes that require an immediate closure. Most have a 48 to 2 week fix time.
Thats only if you voted for the village.Non-supporters get shut down immediately.
decided

White Plains, NY

#15 Jul 23, 2012
Time to dissolve! Not a thing has change for the better in Mastic Beach.Some are doing better...Tim is making 89 thousand a year plus free gas and a village car, his wife is making 20 thousand. Unicorn Motors is making plenty off the village.The lawyers taking care of the MBPOA case that no one hears about. Gary and his family and all the toys they spend our tax payer money on. And where are they parking them?
And you can see all the people coming to the village and buying homes and fixing them up to live in. Dump the village and lets get back with Brookhaven .Or call the village to find out why a compliant you made to the village last year still has not been taken care of. This village is here to make Brookhaven look good. Ok so they put new signs on neighborhood road..but can you read them at night?

Since: Dec 07

Mastic Beach N.Y.

#16 Jul 23, 2012
If you do the speed limit,you can read them fine. the rest of your post is spurious accusations and innuendo.Brookhaven is broke, Suffolk is broke, when the hammer drops, we would have been the first to suffer.Nassau just announced a few hundred layoffs today...how long till Suffolk and B'haven follow? Not long is my guess, heck, Suffolk tried to pickpocket afternoon beachgoers if that does not smell like desperation....well.. anyhoo, you talk about the TOYS , seems they are trying to build a DPW for MBV . We will need stuff for our area to maintain the roads. We have not bonded anything, lets keep it that way. MHO

Since: Dec 07

Mastic Beach N.Y.

#17 Jul 23, 2012
P.S. it was good to see people sitting out in front of paradise enjoying ice cream today as I passed by.

Since: Apr 09

Center Moriches, NY

#18 Jul 23, 2012
decided wrote:
Time to dissolve! Not a thing has change for the better in Mastic Beach.Some are doing better...Tim is making 89 thousand a year plus free gas and a village car, his wife is making 20 thousand. Unicorn Motors is making plenty off the village.The lawyers taking care of the MBPOA case that no one hears about. Gary and his family and all the toys they spend our tax payer money on. And where are they parking them?
And you can see all the people coming to the village and buying homes and fixing them up to live in. Dump the village and lets get back with Brookhaven .Or call the village to find out why a compliant you made to the village last year still has not been taken care of. This village is here to make Brookhaven look good. Ok so they put new signs on neighborhood road..but can you read them at night?
Well so far I've filed three complaints with the village. All have been taken care of. I have been to the village hall a couple of times and recieved very friendly respnces to all my requests and complaints.

That being said: Approach me with a petition tomorrow to disolve and I will sign it.

Since: Mar 12

Mastic Beach

#19 Jul 23, 2012
whoopsing wrote:
If you do the speed limit,you can read them fine. the rest of your post is spurious accusations and innuendo.Brookhaven is broke, Suffolk is broke, when the hammer drops, we would have been the first to suffer.Nassau just announced a few hundred layoffs today...how long till Suffolk and B'haven follow? Not long is my guess, heck, Suffolk tried to pickpocket afternoon beachgoers if that does not smell like desperation....well.. anyhoo, you talk about the TOYS , seems they are trying to build a DPW for MBV . We will need stuff for our area to maintain the roads. We have not bonded anything, lets keep it that way. MHO
Try driving down neighborhood @ night. The signs cannot be read once your headlights have hit them whether your speeding, doing the speed limit or crawling.
Lay offs are constantly threatened for Suffolk County Employees....their union (AME) fights tooth & nail for those people to keep their jobs & so far they have been successful. The county actually just had a retirement incentive for people to retire early if they met the requirements.
There was a lot of things promised to get Mastic Beach to incorporate....so far nothing has been followed through with.
I'm seeing the Code Enforcement cars out & about...but what are they really doing? Are they really looking for true violations? The end of Woodcut has a house w a miniature horse....are we zoned for livestock? A house toward the middle of Woodcut tried bringing his horse to his property (he has a lot of property) a few years ago & the Town of Brookhaven told him he couldn't do that b/c he wasn't zoned for it. Haven't gotten a chance...but I'm calling the village to find out. This was a house that was in foreclosure only a short time ago, now they have a horse? Interesting, where are the people enforcing code there????
The village is supposed to put in a crosswalk over by the YMCA for the new crossing guard post....post has been there almost 2 months now & there is still no crosswalk. Another job well done.....
Jonathan Osterman

Mastic Beach, NY

#20 Jul 24, 2012
Im from outta town. Were is the YMCA you talks about?
ha ha ha

Mastic, NY

#21 Jul 24, 2012
fire code man wrote:
There are very few fire codes that require an immediate closure. Most have a 48 to 2 week fix time.
it was his smoke detectors. the battery was dead. it could have been fixed in five minutes. it was ridiculous. also, paradise ice cream was supposed to be grandfathered into the village like all the other stores that were already existing when the village was formed. the new village codes do not apply to the stores that were there already. that is why they had to let paradise reopen. the funny thing is that the owners of paradise were big supporters to become a village.

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