Habitat for Humanity's ReStore has ho...

Habitat for Humanity's ReStore has homeowners' deals

There are 8 comments on the Newsday story from Nov 15, 2008, titled Habitat for Humanity's ReStore has homeowners' deals. In it, Newsday reports that:

ReStore worker Nick Prainito helps a customer load a 250-pound oil tank on a truck.

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Welcome

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

#1 Nov 16, 2008
Welcome to the turd world. This is just another sign of the decline. Some Empire - soon everyone will be hawking their old clothes on Main St.
tom ackerson

Old Bridge, NJ

#2 Nov 17, 2008
I was glad to be able to donate an entire truckload of building materials last week to Habitat, including the greek columns and oil tank mentioned in your article. I had planned to renovate my barn in Hampton Bays with those materials, but a local property buyer wanted the Barn clean of all windows, doors, sinks, etc., so I called Ed at Habitat. Unfortunately, the day that his men left was the same day that the buyer backed out of the contract. Oh well, at least I now have a clean (but empty) barn. tom ackerson
blowin my horn

AOL

#3 Nov 17, 2008
tom ackerson wrote:
I was glad to be able to donate an entire truckload of building materials last week to Habitat, including the greek columns and oil tank mentioned in your article. I had planned to renovate my barn in Hampton Bays with those materials, but a local property buyer wanted the Barn clean of all windows, doors, sinks, etc., so I called Ed at Habitat. Unfortunately, the day that his men left was the same day that the buyer backed out of the contract. Oh well, at least I now have a clean (but empty) barn. tom ackerson
" Aren't I the nice rich man thinking of all the little people".
Realist

White Plains, NY

#4 Nov 17, 2008
Nice article, but they failed to list the address. Ronkonkoma is a big place. If someone knows where the Habitat Wharehouse is would you please at least post the street?
Mick

AOL

#5 Nov 17, 2008
2111,Lakeland Ave,Ronkonkoma .
tom

New York, NY

#6 Nov 17, 2008
dear blowing your ....- hate to burst your narrow minded bubble, but I spent over 8 years combing contruction sites for used materials to rebuild this 100 year old barn. This property was being sold because of my next door house being foreclosed on by the bank. Would be nice being rich, which I have never been, just like might be nice for someone like you to have a brain.
Gary

United States

#7 Nov 17, 2008
This is a great store! I was there a few months ago when I was looking to redo my kitchen. I didnt get anything the time I was there but there was tons of stuff available, from furniture, windows, tile and tons of other items
judge judy

Colorado Springs, CO

#8 Nov 18, 2008
Don't expect too much from Marie Osmond, she's gotta pay Alimony to the Fat Slob she was married to. And besides, she's not a very charitable person anyway. Where was she during Hurricane Katrina? Her fist holding her money is tighter than her baby-making hole, I hear.

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