Petition Closed

,,,as requested and recommended by our elected officials, the Fire Island Pines Property Owners Association (FIPPOA), and numerous community members. The LaFountaine “Danikki Building,” #36 Fire Island Blvd, is home to seven businesses, which are employers, taxpayers and community-serving businesses, all of which have strongly and consistently served our community and supported philanthropic activities, including the FIPPOA-benefit Pines Party, the Dancers Responding to AIDS-benefit Fire Island Dance Festival, and much more. In addition to our vibrant community, this building and its tenants service thousands of tourists every year. Lack of a place to do business for the 2012 season would irreparably harm these businesses, ensuring their disappearance from our community, as well as from local tax rolls. The building project, itself, will also employ numerous local small business contractors.

Letter to
Brookhaven Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA): January 11 Hearing
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Brookhaven Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA): January 11 Hearing.

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Approve expedited permitting for 36 Fire Island (FI) Boulevard, FI Pines, as requested and recommended by our elected officials, the Fire Island Pines Property Owners Association (FIPPOA), and numerous community members. The LaFountaine “Danikki Building,” #36 Fire Island Blvd, is home to seven businesses, which are employers, taxpayers and community-serving businesses, all of which have strongly and consistently served our community and supported philanthropic activities, including the FIPPOA-benefit Pines Party, the Dancers Responding to AIDS-benefit Fire Island Dance Festival, and much more. In addition to our vibrant community, this building and its tenants service thousands of tourists every year. Lack of a place to do business for the 2012 season would irreparably harm these businesses, ensuring their disappearance from our community, as well as from local tax rolls. The building project, itself, will also employ numerous local small business contractors.
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Sincerely,