Large Container Storage Eyed For Kings Park

Outdoor Storage Sheds &Garage Buildings Are What They Do Best

Cox’s application asks the zoning board to decide whether storing containers is permitted as an accessory use to a trucking station and whether containers are “commercial vehicles.” Trimarco said a trucking station designation applies because “you have to truck these containers to wherever they go.” The Smithtown zoning board is to hold a hearing on the issue Tuesday night at 7 at the Eugene Cannataro Senior Center. Several residents have raised concerns about variances that include reducing setbacks from 50 feet to zero, potentially making the stacked containers visible from the road. “It just seems so extreme and I’m wondering that if you have four acres, why it’s necessary to drop, to reduce everything to zero?” said Michelle Garry, a member of the Old Northport Road-Lawrence Road Task Force. Cox said he would “be happy to create buffers” and plantings to reduce the appearance of the containers. “I’m not the type of guy who wants to look at that either.” Structures on the site would include a garage and two mobile offices, Cox said. Sean Lehmann, president of the civic association, asked what benefit the move would be to the tax base if the company only planned to use mobile offices.
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Thinking Outside the Storage Box: Maxta Debuts First Software-Only Enterprise Storage Solution for the Virtual Data Center

Portable shelters are easy to assemble and provide durable storage long term. Also, these shelters are simple to put together anywhere, and have the proper amount of strength to keep it secure at all times. Outdoor storage sheds and portable shelters offered by this company are ideally made use of for watercrafts, RV’s and camper storage, run in sheds for horses, portable storage buildings on farms, and far more.
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Maxta’s new software platform enables the convergence of compute and storage on standard servers leveraging server-side flash and disk drives to optimize performance and capacity. Maxta’s software supports all server virtualization capabilities that depend on shared storage and delivers enterprise-class data services, capacity optimization and scale-out of storage and performance. (Logo: ) “The complexities and high costs of traditional enterprise storage are magnified in the virtual data center,” said Yoram Novick, Founder and CEO of Maxta. “After being told repeatedly that expensive storage arrays are the only way to support enterprise applications in virtualized environments, IT organizations finally have an alternative to storage arrays that significantly reduces complexity and cost. Maxta has broken the code for integrating storage and compute into a converged virtual data center.” The Maxta Storage Platform (MxSP) is a hypervisor-agnostic implementation of enterprise storage. It fully integrates with server virtualization at all levels from user interface to data management, while supporting all possible deployments of virtual data centers, including private, public and hybrid clouds.
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