STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – They really were nothing to speak of, these little houses — bungalows, really — that crammed the little streets of a little waterfront hamlet called Ocean Breeze. They stood on their tiny 20-by-whatever lots — you were lucky if they went 100 feet deep — since the heyday when the strip between Sand Lane and Miller Field was a resort town with amusements, salt water pools, hotels, piers that welcomed thousands daily during summer months from all walks of life from all parts of the city, eager for the taste of salt air, swing music, a hot dog and some salt water taffy.
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