Government and business leaders in Half Hollow Hills are thinking up ways to expand ecocnomic oppportunties throughout the area.
Babylon Town Supervisor Richard Schaffer was the guest of honor at the Melville-East Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce's April "Business Breakfast Series" program. Also in attendence were Suffolk County Legis. Lou D'Amaro, Industrial Development Agency (IDA) CEO Robert Stricoff and Planning and Development Commissioner Ann Marie Jones.
Schaffer spoke about the re-opening of the Republic Train Station, Airport Plaza development and several other iniatives that the Town of Babylon is pursing, including a program to fast track high-level jobs to the area.
The April meeting, hosted by the Colonial Springs Golf Club in East Farmingdale, was the latest in a series of informative breakfast meetings held monthly by the Melville Chamber of Commerce.