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Didn't the Suffolk County Police find 4 bodies in the woods right where they are building the SUSA Fields??? That area is surrounded by GANGS, MS-13, Bloods, Crips. Why the heck would SUSA build over there in Central Islip. VERY VERY dangerous area!!!!
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Didn't the Suffolk County Police find 4 bodies in the woods right where they are building the SUSA Fields??? That area is surrounded by GANGS, MS-13, Bloods, Crips. Why the heck would SUSA build over there in Central Islip. VERY VERY dangerous area!!!!
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Think about how much land costs on LI.... then look at what the soccer groups can really charge. I have heard figures of 10-12 million to lease and build the susa facility. So you start with a 50k a month mortgage, plus maintenance and taxes, pay for staff, trainers... you are looking you need 100k a month to break even.... That is why they build on a cheap landfill or abandon site no one else wants... the towns give it to them for practically free.

who really could afford to build soccer fields?? it is only the #1 combined boys and girl sport on Long island.... and no one wants to foot the bill
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Think about how much land costs on LI.... then look at what the soccer groups can really charge. I have heard figures of 10-12 million to lease and build the susa facility. So you start with a 50k a month mortgage, plus maintenance and taxes, pay for staff, trainers... you are looking you need 100k a month to break even.... That is why they build on a cheap landfill or abandon site no one else wants... the towns give it to them for practically free.

who really could afford to build soccer fields?? it is only the #1 combined boys and girl sport on Long island.... and no one wants to foot the bill
how many teams does SUSA have? They charge 3k a year per player so do the math. Plus they have a few indoor facilities too
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No kidding. I believe the PILOT figure came out to something around $140k a year, far less than they would have been paying for the Sachem fields. A single major tournament covers that.
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ummm nobody ever brought race into this...LOL..you are the racist fool. you assuming they said armed guards for a particular race are you? smh.
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No kidding. I believe the PILOT figure came out to something around $140k a year, far less than they would have been paying for the Sachem fields. A single major tournament covers that.
Yeah but that is only the lease on the property.... don't you think the developer building it is going to want to recap his huge investment.... that's where the $50k a month comes from
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