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Old 08-23-2009, 05:37 PM
 
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...grew up in San Remo and just thinking about Short Beach. Does anybody remember:
1) The original pavilion, with the barn swallows and the storm shutters?
2) The artesian well on the right hand side of Short Beach Rd. as you head to the beach? I think the sign on it said '1915'.
3) The Italian man who lived between the Short Beach Pavilion and the Bluff? He had a small beach shack and was always offering the ladies wine.
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Old 08-23-2009, 07:31 PM
 
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Default For those who may not be familiar with Nissequogue

Short Beach is in the Village of Nissequogue ("Saint James, NY 11780" mailing address)?

The geography of Nissequogue can be confusing because Nissequogue is one of those many villages and hamlets on Long Island where none of the places in the community have the village name in their mailing address.



For those who may not be familiar with Nissequogue:

Nissequogue is a village (incorporated in 1926) in the northeast part of the Town of Smithtown, in the northwest part of Suffolk County, along the Smithtown/Brookhaven town line.

Beginning on the north and moving in a clockwise direction, the Village of Nissequogue in the Town of Smithtown is bordered on the north by Long Island Sound; on the east by the Hamlet of Stony Brook (the Smithtown/Brookhaven town line), the Village of Head of the Harbor; on the south by the Hamlet of Smithtown; and, on the west by the Hamlet of Smithtown and the Hamlet of Kings Park.





Nissequogue is one of those many villages and hamlets on Long Island where none of the places in the community have the village name in their mailing address: places in the Village of Nissequogue have a "Saint James, NY 11780" mailing address.


For a good set of town-by-town maps showing all the villages and hamlets in each of LI's 13 towns (3 in Nassau County and 10 in Suffolk County): //www.city-data.com/forum/long-...-resource.html
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Old 08-25-2009, 06:17 PM
 
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Was at Short Beach today just taking in the scenery. I also took a drive to Long Beach. The water was sooooo blue!
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