I spotted the upper portion of this thing as I rounded past the Westhampton Beach Post Office late this morning.
I kinda knew what it was, I just didn't know quite where it was!
As I passed the Mill Road parking lot, I located the crane at the Southeast corner of the Waldbaum's building, and a surge of hope brightened an already delightful mid-November day.
Improvements to the building were being done!
I navigated my way to a strategic position, and snapped some images of the the crane as well as the large shiny mechanical devices it was hoisting up and into position on the store's roof.
I have no idea what the devices do... they seem to function as parts of the heating and cooling system of the not-so-super market... but the import of today's activities is that a significant investment is being made by the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company of Montvale, New Jersey in the local Waldbaum's store, which location has been, with the exception of the re-constructed parking lot several years ago, been treated like the proverbial red-headed step-child.
There's lots more to be done there, but this seems to be a start.
Oh. You mean they might have less defrosted and re-frozen food?
There must have been a spate of food poisonings.