Stony Brook landlord Steven Paul Graziano found guilty of violating multiple town codes

Steven Paul Graziano, owner of a home on

Steven Paul Graziano, owner of a home on Christian Avenue, was accused of violating various town codes, including missing permits, non-conforming kitchens and a lack of a rental registration. (April 24, 2014 7:53 PM)

An absentee landlord accused of converting a home into a rooming house for Stony Brook University students has been found guilty of violating multiple town codes.

Steven Paul Graziano, owner of a home on Christian Avenue, was accused of violating various town codes, including missing permits, non-conforming kitchens and a lack of a rental registration.

Graziano was found guilty of 15...

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