Caution
a cup of
coffee
is not
worth your
life
be 
careful

entering or
exiting

The 7-11
its dangerous

Please avoid Gibbs Pond if you can 
The NSCA  met with Legislature Kennedy and the 4th Precinct to devise  pllans to control traffic along Smithtown Boulevard and Gibbs Pond Road  and held a meeting on June 16th
The 7-11 will open within two weeks. It will create  dangerous driving conditions during rush hour. 
The traffic-nightmare was created by the Town Board, Director of Traffic and Director of Planning. They  willfully placed the interests of a large corporation above our safety and the millions of taxes spent to improve traffic flow. Talking to them has not worked.
Several months ago, at  the bequest of Pat Vecchio,  We met with John Kennedy and Smithtown Director of Traffic Safety. Crowley admitted the danger associated with the 7-11 Gibbs Pond exit and entrance. He assured Kennedy and us  the town would not allow left turns out of the Gibbs Pond exit and the road would have a sign and possibly a divider. 
On  June 4th  several members of our  Association met with the 4th Precinct to express our safety and speeding concerns along Gibbs Pond Road

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The County  purchased the 5.8 acre, 200 yr old Commerdinger homestead located in the center of Lilly Pond Park . Hopefully, the Walter S. Commerdinger Jr. pocket park w is an amazing addition to our neighborhood. It will become home to dozens of local activates, a museum, Audubon tours, guided boat tours.  If you would like a tour call 588-6161
               click For pix of The Walter S. Commerdinger Jr. Park

                    click  For Walter S. Commerdinger Jr. Park website


See the amazing 95 acre walking park around the corner from you

click   For pixs of Nesconset's  Lilly Ponds Park

 click   For 100 additional pix slide show 

 

The freshwater pond called Raconkamuck ( Ronkonkoma ) served as a boundary between lands occupied by four Indian communities: The word Raconkamuck translates as ``the boundary fishing

place'' in the Algonquian language. For over a hundred years oral tradition claimed that a crossroad within Lilly Pond Park was the place that the Nissequogue, Setauket, Secatogue and Unkechaug Sachems met to discuss tribal matters and disputes. Currently the NSCA is working with local Algonquians to establish the tradition as fact. 

   

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For Map of old Lake Pavilions, Hotels & Inns click
The curse of Lake Ronkonkoma video click
Lake Ronkonkoma Civic click
Lary Holzapfel's Lake Ronkonkoma Book House click
 All Geological Studies of Lake Ronkonkoma and vicinity