In Melville, NY, trees are more than just a natural beauty; they are an integral part of our community’s history and future. At Green Light Tree Services, we understand the profound importance of these magnificent structures, which is why we dedicate ourselves to providing the best tree service in the area.
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Residents of Melville, NY have come to know and trust Green Light Tree Services as their go-to for comprehensive tree services. Our vast array of offerings in Suffolk County are tailor-made to cater to the unique needs of the local environment and communities:
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At Green Light Tree Services, we don’t just serve the trees; we serve the community of Melville, NY. This commitment goes beyond merely providing services. We ensure our practices in Suffolk County are sustainable, leaving a green footprint for future generations.
Sustainability starts with education. We consistently educate the public about the importance of trees in Melville, NY, and how to care for them. Moreover, we try to plant another for every tree we might have to remove, ensuring the green legacy of Melville continues.
With Green Light Tree Services, you’re not just hiring a tree service; you’re partnering with a company deeply embedded in the ethos of Melville, NY. We are here, not just for the present but for the bright, green future of our community. Join us in our endeavor to make Melville the greenest place in NY!
The area was known to the Native Americans as Sunsquams. In the 17th century it was known as Samuel Ketcham’s Valley, named for a local resident. Afterwards it was known as Sweet Hollow. This name was replaced by Melville in school records in 1854. There is some debate as to the origin of the Melville name. It may be derived from the Latin for honey (the area had an abundance of honey bees, and this may have also been the origin of the previous Sweet Hollow name). The author Herman Melville was being published around this time.
A Presbyterian church was built in Melville in 1829 at the corner of Old Country and Sweet Hollow Roads. In 1977 the church was moved 1 mile (1.6 km) to the west. The church was in continuous use until 1930. It reopened in 1944 for the funeral of Edward Baylis and has been in use since then.
In 1909 a trolley line to Huntington was established. This was an extension of the Huntington Trolley Spur and went as far south as Amityville and had a connection to Babylon. There were six fare zones, one of which was the Duryea Farm at Melville. The line was shut down a decade later after farmers complained that noise from the trolley frightened their animals. Buses provided transportation after the trolley line closed. The growing use of private cars also reduced demand for the trolley line.Learn more about Melville.