Mastic liquor store building named a ...

Mastic liquor store building named a landmark

There are 18 comments on the Newsday story from Apr 23, 2009, titled Mastic liquor store building named a landmark. In it, Newsday reports that:

Fred Wesemann sees nothing strange about Brookhaven Town's decision to label his building as historic.

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A Proud Mastoid

New Rochelle, NY

#2 Apr 23, 2009
Nothing's Forever
Blaaaah

Coram, NY

#5 Apr 23, 2009
That's what it takes to be a story in NewsRag??
Ken Spooner

Nashville, TN

#6 Apr 23, 2009
You can see it as it originally was in the 1920's here
http://spoonercentral.com/SpotlightPhotos/Par...

Since: Apr 09

Wantagh, NY

#7 Apr 23, 2009
Ken Spooner wrote:
You can see it as it originally was in the 1920's here
http://spoonercentral.com/SpotlightPhotos/Par...
Hey, I really enjoy your website. It's been very popular around here for a few years now. Great work!!

Since: Nov 08

Huntington Station, NY

#8 Apr 23, 2009
Ken Spooner wrote:
You can see it as it originally was in the 1920's here
http://spoonercentral.com/SpotlightPhotos/Par...
I agree with the previous poster. Wonderful website, so much historical information. I'm glad the building is being preserved.
vernelle

Nyack, NY

#9 Apr 23, 2009
In the 70s, my fatherinlaw bought all his liquor in this store
Ken Spooner

Nashville, TN

#12 Apr 24, 2009
Silas Barnaby wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, I really enjoy your website. It's been very popular around here for a few years now. Great work!!
Thank You
Ken Spooner

Nashville, TN

#13 Apr 24, 2009
Cogency wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree with the previous poster. Wonderful website, so much historical information. I'm glad the building is being preserved.
Yes it was quite a historical place to say the least. My books about it will be coming out this year
liner

Bronx, NY

#14 Apr 24, 2009
Ken Spooner wrote:
You can see it as it originally was in the 1920's here
http://spoonercentral.com/SpotlightPhotos/Par...
Great site, Ken! Thanks for your hard work, it's appreciated.
Goodforbusiness

AOL

#15 Apr 24, 2009
I'm sure the good councilman was lobbied by someone with the initials FW to help have this landmark status granted and now the town/state can't take it under eminent domain. This happens all the time to the dumpiest of buidlings, and this liquor store is no exception!
rckayla

Brooklyn, NY

#16 Apr 24, 2009
Bravo to the town officials who are designating Mr. Wesemann's store as a historic landmark!! It doesn't matter that his store sells liquor, the building itself is historic! I think that more of our elected-officials should preserve historic and old buildings in New York rather than selling them to greedy developers who then turn these landmark buildings into Condos, Co-ops or Fast food restaurants.
do it

Bronx, NY

#17 Apr 24, 2009
"Mastic liquor store building named a landmark"

yeah, home of the most degenerate drunks on LI

Since: Nov 08

Huntington Station, NY

#18 Apr 24, 2009
do it wrote:
"Mastic liquor store building named a landmark"
yeah, home of the most degenerate drunks on LI
How profound. And original.
we xp 4

Brooklyn, NY

#19 Apr 24, 2009
First of all Crookhaven is the gateway to the Hamtoons.

You have to be all liquored up to pay the prices out there.

Throw up a couple of times, pass out and sleep on the beach, wake up and drive back home.

Good times, Good times.
do it

Bronx, NY

#20 Apr 27, 2009
Cogency wrote:
<quoted text>
How profound. And original.
im glad you agree with my statement
mike from mastic

Brooklyn, NY

#21 May 13, 2009
glen cove. home of the tackiest and gaudiest jerkoffs on LI. your residents are what give Lawngeyeland it's rep.
do it wrote:
"Mastic liquor store building named a landmark"
yeah, home of the most degenerate drunks on LI
Hand of God

Stratford, CT

#22 Oct 14, 2009
Thier is nothing worthy of saving in Mastic, lol. I never understood the historic society in the area labeling all these buildings and wanting to preserve the garbadge.

The time has come to start tearing down all the junk in Mastic and rebuild them in the image of some of the nice buildings from some real historic towns on Long Island.
Call it

AOL

#23 Apr 2, 2010
Its a proud day to give that status to a place that launched thousands of drunks.Is it a way to lower the taxes by this designation? Those who never herd of this dont jump all stupid .A lower tax is granted as long as the stucture will stay as it is and to op out would have to pay % of assested value.Not sure if Suffolk adopted this

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