Video by Wendy Mercier  

An excavator recently tore down the home at 182 Shore Road in Mount Sinai, which has been in poor condition for the last four years after being damaged during Hurricane Sandy.

The storm flooded the property near Satterly Landing and the owner sold it to New York Rising, a program that Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) established to help homeowners affected by Sandy, Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee.

The Town of Brookhaven purchased it last fall and, now that it is torn down, will allow nature to take over, as the space is not suitable for reconstruction of a home.

The home formerly at 182 Shore Road near Satterly Landing. Photo by Giselle Barkley
The home formerly at 182 Shore Road near Satterly Landing. Photo by Giselle Barkley

“[There] will always be a problem with flooding, so we’re just going to incorporate it into Satterly [Landing],” Councilwoman Jane Bonner (C-Rocky Point) said previously.

Brookhaven is also evaluating another property on the block that has been around for two decades, examining it because of issues with its structure.

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