A representative of North Shore Farms told Patch that Wednesday's meeting
with the Hempstead Town Board of Zoning Appeals was adjourned until Feb. 6 at 2 p.m.
William F. Bonesso, a partner at Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo & Terrana, LLP, told Patch that there will be another chance for the community to meet with North Shore Farms reps to discuss the property, which sits at the intersection of Jerusalem Avenue and Pea Pond Road.Like Bellmore Patch on Facebook by clicking here.
"A representative from Dave Denenberg's office was there to request the adjournment, and I spoke to him about possibly having a meeting next Wednesday or Thursday," Bonesso said.
The building housed Rite Aid until 2002, but Rite Aid maintained the lease until 2011. While many clients have explored the property, including Western Beef, this is the first time a tenant has gotten this far in the process.
North Shore Farms wants to only do minimal work on the exterior of the building, which includes eliminating the area that was used for a drive thru for Rite Aid. That will be replaced by two additional parking spaces, increasing the total number to 86. Another concern was deliveries, and Bonesso said that none will be taking place before 6 a.m. or after 10 p.m.This is a breaking news story. Patch will provide more information as it's made available.
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