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Huntington Station Resident in Hot Water Again

Hello town code enforcement, anybody home? This house with a history of trouble is zoned for single family residential but equipped with two electric meters and two entrances. Can you hear me now?


Suffolk County Police arrested a Huntington Station man early this morning after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident that seriously injured his passenger.  Calvin Felder was driving a 1999 Cadillac west on Long Island Avenue at 1:35 AM when his vehicle collided with a 2001 GMC driven by William Keyser, 39.  Felder, 22, of 62 10th Avenue, Huntington Station, was treated at Southside Hospital in Bay Shore and released into police custody. Felder’s passenger, Mark Smith, 22, also of Huntington Station, was transported by Deer Park Fire Department Rescue to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip where he was listed in critical condition.

Third Squad detectives charged Felder with Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs and Unlawfully Fleeing a Police Officer. He was held overnight at the Third Precinct for arraignment at First District Court in Central Islip on February 18.

Records indicate that Felder has had prior scrapes with police.  On October 19, 2009 at approximately 2PM he was allegedly involved in a firearms incident in front of the same Huntington Station address listed as his current residence.  According to police sources, Felder was standing outside his house talking on his phone when a late model black Ford Expedition approached.

Two men got out of the SUV and one fired a gunshot at Felder, police said. Felder ran inside his house, where he reportedly retrieved a shotgun and returned to the street firing the weapon. The gunman in the SUV returned fire and struck Felder in the leg.  He was taken to Huntington Hospital where he was treated for a shattered femur bone, police said.

Town tax rolls show 62 10th Ave owned by Ney is zoned single family. Why does it need two entrances and two electric meters?


Town of Huntington Records show that the property at 62 10th Avenue is a single family residence owned by David Ney of 11 Pleasantville Drive, Bayville.  That address is also listed as the business location of All State Properties, a privately held real estate firm.

On July 1, 2010, Code Enforcement officers, in coordination with Suffolk County police, executed search warrants at three other properties owned by Ney. They found illegal apartments at each.

At one of the properties located at 216 Fifth Ave., Huntington Station, the Code Enforcement officers found a garage had illegally been converted to an apartment. Summonses were issued for illegal conversion and for failure to register the garage as a rental unit.

Code Enforcement officers also found an illegal first-level apartment and the illegal conversion of a garage into an apartment at 18 Eleventh Ave., Huntington Station. Officials said that interior alterations had created hazardous conditions in a bedroom.   Ney allegedly failed to register these rental units with the Town, too.

And finally, at 201 Fourth Ave., Huntington Station, Code Enforcement officers found an illegal first-level apartment and issued summonses for the illegal apartment and failure to register.

Attempts to reach Mr. Ney for comment were unsuccessful.

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11 comments to Huntington Station Resident in Hot Water Again

  • Vivienne H. Wong

    Today is February 18th, 2011 – Huntington has had NO Director of Public Safety since 12/31/10. Advance notice of many months had been given by the person retiring. With unemployment at almost 10% you cannot tell me that it is due to lack of applicants. Is anyone running this town?

  • HS Mom

    The real estate taxes are not even $4,000 per year and he is running a business. How many kids in the school district? Should be a separate tax bracket for this.

  • One of Nicks cupcakes

    Come out, come out wherever you are……we will rid this town once and for all of all these illegal apartments and illegals living in them. Block by block….house by house. We will continue to report on the illegal activity going on in this town until all those on our town board are kicked out of their seats, 1 by 1. We will take all our reports against what hasn’t been done for years and take legal action to get this town cleaned up.
    If it’s not good for Dix Hills or Melville or any other town around here then it’s not good for HS either!! We’re fed up and this will get blown sky high when all the facts come out…..it’s just a matter of time…..tick, tock, tick, tock, tick, tock…..that’s the sound of time running out on our HUD, Town Hall, ZBA and anyone else not doing their job!

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  • andy

    Briggs music on Park ave is renting out below ground units some people living down there!Trying to rezone it for late music&dancing till 130 AM???WTF!Same guy that tried to put a porno store in same center??Connected attorney on it get the word out to stop this zoning!Briggs is a front bank rolled by landlord!drugs beer cans no parking,mold,no fire prevention etc etc!Refuse to disclose how many people are down there and who they are sex offenders etc etc!!Please help!!

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