The Lynbrook village board will meet at 7 p.m. tonight for a work session followed by its October regular business meeting at 8 p.m.
During the work session, village officials plan to revist the Sons of Italy's request to hold a holiday flea market in the village this November and December. They'll also consider a request for a demolition permit for three properties -- 3 and 9 Merton Ave. and 417 Ocean Ave. -- which are homes currently owned by the Holiday Inn Express.* Also, on the agenda is a public hearing on a proposal local law pertaining to building heights, the sale of a fire pumper and two contracts with the Department of Public Works.
Three proclamations, including a tribute to the late Lynbrook Schools Chief Dr. Santo Barbarino, will be handed out during the 8 p.m. business meeting. The board will also make a decision on a special use permit for 140 Merrick Road and handle four other requests.
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*This section of the story was updated at 7:10 p.m. on Oct. 1 in accordance to changes in the village agenda.