At Tuesday's , Supervisor John Venditto called a testament to the "good things that can happen when residents know their role and the Town knows their role."
Laura Schultz, of the RESIDENTS for a More Beautiful Syosset, thanked the town for their
"The road is beautiful, we're making headway with the gardening…it looks and feels better," she said. The garden was severely damaged during the Jackson Avenue Improvement Project.
Schultz and Venditto agreed the next logical step in Syosset is revitalizing the businesses of the downtown area.
How can the Town of Oyster Bay help with the revival of Syosset's downtown area? What are some of the laws, resolutions, or incentives the town should work on in the near future? Or is it up to the businesses to get themselves back to normal? Vote in the poll below and tell us your ideas in the comments.