Hoping to preserve open space in Seaford Harbor
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Lastly there was concern about who would maintain the anchorage lots, in particular the one on Ocean Avenue.
“I like the way it looks,” said one woman who lives nearby.
“We have to make it work for everybody,” said Mr. Franco, who then put the idea of placing a sign on the property to a vote.
The adjacent property owner objected again.
“Every park has a sign,” said one resident. “If people know it’s there, they will use it. I’ll take my fishing pole down there.”
Most civic members voted in favor of a sign. No determination was made about the size or design of the sign.
“We want to keep Seaford Harbor like it used to be,” said Mr. Wroblewski. Our clubhouse was taken over by the Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway, the beaches are gone and some of the land is now someone’s garage. This place was advertised as a summer community; the land is ours.”