Cedarhurst-based Paramount Construction changed plans for a proposed apartment complex at Court and Payan Avenue to assuage critics of the building who thought it would be too large for the area, according to Dominick Minerva, Paramount’s attorney, who spoke at a Jan. 8 Village of Valley Stream board of trustees meeting.
The Valley Stream Chamber of Commerce has served the village’s business community since April 1955, and it has since sponsored a variety of events to promote the village’s downtown. Recently, the Herald sat down with Dominick Minerva, the chamber president, to see what the organization has planned for the year.
Developers seeking to build 12 condominiums on two parcels of Hempstead Avenue property totaling 1.2 acres just outside the Malverne village border, appealed to the Town of Hempstead last week for a zoning variance, but were met with strong opposition from Malverne residents, who said the traffic there is already unbearable.
The developer whose plan to build nine single-bedroom apartments on Hoffman Avenue was rejected by the Valley Stream Board of Zoning and Appeals in May instead plans to construct a building with six two-bedroom apartments, which complies with village code.
The Valley Stream Chamber of Commerce installed a slate of new officers and presented two awards at its 60th annual installation dinner at the Sand Castle in Franklin Square on Sept. 24.
Minerva & D’Agostino P.C. was established by Albert A. D’Agostino and the late Dominick M. Minerva in 1973 as a general practice law firm. Over the decades, the practice has expanded both geographically and in scope, with clients emanating from Long Island and the New York metropolitan area as well as the representation of national and international entities.
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