Flood Celebrates New Business in Stony Brook Village

Assemblyman Ed Flood (R,C-Port Jefferson) welcomed a new business, Michael Macrina Architect, to Stony Brook Village on Tuesday, October 24. He attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony joined by Supervisor Ed Romaine, Councilman Dan Panico, Alex Piccirillo from Sen. Palumbo’s office, Councilmember Jonathan Kornreich and the Three Village Chamber of Commerce.

As a member of the American Institute of Architects, Macrina has been designing residential and commercial projects for over 25 years throughout Long Island, the Hudson Valley and Upstate New York. Many of his projects vary from small renovations to large high-end estates. He also offers commercial services such as retail, restaurants, and religious structures.

“I want to welcome to the neighborhood our newest small business, Mike Macrina Architect. It was a wonderful morning celebrating the opening in Stony Brook Village and I always love to see new businesses thrive. I wish them the best in the future and much success,” said Flood.