Progress in meeting on Melville commu...

Progress in meeting on Melville community

There are 5 comments on the Newsday story from Aug 8, 2008, titled Progress in meeting on Melville community. In it, Newsday reports that:

Town of Huntington officials met with about 12 residents of the Millennium Hills community Thursday to discuss safety issues within the development.

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publius

Mount Vernon, NY

#1 Aug 8, 2008
What the hell was this article about?

I am at a loss as to what the issues are that made this a newsworthy event. What exactly was the point of contention?

Is Newsday using high school stringers to do their reporting for them?

Pathetic.
Real Problem

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

#2 Aug 8, 2008
Sounds like the real problem here is the diversity and multiculturalism of the immediate community. In other words, monkeys being monkeys. Wherever these government mandated equals go, the neighborhood becomes unlivable for humans.
Keep Fighting

Morganville, NJ

#3 Aug 8, 2008
This article was a follow up to a previous article. It's about an affordable community that has now turned into a dump because of the criminals and drug dealing thugs that have moved in. The community was established a few years back and was an experiment that put together home owners and renters in an affordable housing project. The problem is, that as decent, young homeowners moved in, thugs and degenerates also moved in. The young, new homeowners thought they were getting affordable housing in a nice town. They're now fighting to get the crime out of their community and I applaud them for that. It's unbelievable how these locusts can move in to a decent area and totally destroy it in a matter of years. Please, stay south of Huntington Village.
Millenium Hell

Farmingville, NY

#4 Aug 9, 2008
Lets see there are no miscommunications just deaf ears the HOA knows what is going on and communicates clearly-lets see if everyone had their "LISTENING EARS"on now
publius

Mount Vernon, NY

#5 Aug 9, 2008
Keep Fighting wrote:
This article was a follow up to a previous article. It's about an affordable community that has now turned into a dump because of the criminals and drug dealing thugs that have moved in. The community was established a few years back and was an experiment that put together home owners and renters in an affordable housing project. The problem is, that as decent, young homeowners moved in, thugs and degenerates also moved in. The young, new homeowners thought they were getting affordable housing in a nice town. They're now fighting to get the crime out of their community and I applaud them for that. It's unbelievable how these locusts can move in to a decent area and totally destroy it in a matter of years. Please, stay south of Huntington Village.
Thanks dude. Now I see the hand of the all powerful Oz guiding the portrayal of this news story.

I also thank you because my wife and I just started to look and were considering Melville.

Yes indeed, the entrance of black citizens in general does not bode well for community life. We shall look elsewhere.

My sympathies people of Melville.

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