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Notice for immediate action


The Fort Salonga Association has been asked to have a meeting with Key Capture Energy ( They are proposing a battery storage facility (we assume using Lithium batteries) to store electricity next to the PSEG substation on Pulaski Road, across from Richter's Orchard. The FSA, as well a surrounding homeowners are extremely concerned about this project, especially the potential environmental effects, both to our groundwater, the "HUM" noise that these units put out and the fire hazard posed by Lithium batteries.

We encourage ALL residents of not only Fort Salonga but all residents and organizations of surrounding communities to attend this meeting, scheduled for this coming Tuesday at 7:00pm on ZOOM. Again - we ask ALL residents of Fort Salonga and surrounding area to attend this important ZOOM informational call.

NOTE: We will ask if the call can be recorded. If so, the recording available will be made available here on the FSA web-site.

Time: May 18, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


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Meeting ID: 867 4118 6279

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ATTENTION:  For this who are interested in or affected by the proposed Owl Hill development, please click here for the latest, including an article from the Smithtown News.
Also, the developer has requested a meeting with members of the Fort Salonga Association.
We are in the process of setting a date and time.
NOTE: The Smithtown Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) has scheduled a hearing for March 31.
Check Calendar for details.

New Year, New Issues

We have left 2020 behind, but carried some of last years issues into the new year. Owl Hill, Indian Hills, Bread and Cheese  and 7-Eleven highlight the holdovers.  As we enter the new year we find new issues facing our community. 

Click on NEWS along the top menu for the President's letter (also mailed with membership renewals in mid-March)..

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