Town officials will keep a close eye on the Paramount Theater and take necessary action if events there continue to get out of hand.
That was the word from Supervisor at a Huntington Town Board meeting Tuesday.
In the aftermath of at or near to the theater, Petrone was questioned by a woman who works on New York Avenue nearby.
"I have never seen so much police activity as I have since October when the Paramount opened up," said Rosemary Stubbolo, a lifetime Huntington resident. "The venue there is going down the toilet."
In response, Petrone said changes will be made, including continued monitoring of the Paramount Theater situation.
"We have and come to some understanding that some of the venues will no longer be there," said Petrone. "They're going to have to work with us or we will take further action."
Several Paramount shows have been marred by arrests, injuries and since the theater .
Six people were arrested and numerous others treated for medical emergencies on or near the theater March 3 at a Barstool Blackout show. An East Northport man was critically injured in a fall from a Paramount balcony at a tainted with arrests outside.
Paramount partners have been cooperative and to keep a "sharper eye" on scheduling and patrons at shows.
On Sunday, the Celtic-American punk band the Dropkick Murphys played a sold out show at the Paramount following the annual which drew a big crowd in the Village. No major incidents were reported at either event.
Stubbolo was the only resident who spoke at the Town Hall meeting regarding the .