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23-Year-Old LI Brownfield To Be Rehabbed By Developer

15 May 2018 9:57 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Rebekah Sherry, WSHU Public Radio (NY)

On Long Island, Suffolk County has sold the abandoned Hubbard Power and Light plant in Bay Shore. The County had been paying taxes on the property since 1996. 

Vincent Trapani bought the almost two-acre site for $343,000s, which is a little more than what Suffolk County was paying the Town of Islip every year in taxes.

Trapani has no specific plans for the land yet. “Let’s see what the opportunities are, but more than anything: what’s gonna give us the return? And the return I want is jobs.”

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