Tag: Long Island Pine Barrens Society

The ruling not only protects the environment, it preserves the rights of voters.

"Mega-projects like Heartland justify the need for strong, unfettered, comprehensive regional planning."

An estimated 340,000 residents of the county’s Southwest Sewer District No. 3 are allegedly owed a refund of about $1,542 each.

The town's amended code goes further than Suffolk County's current health standard to reduce the level of nitrogen in the waterways.

“This acquisition represents a major step in the ultimate protection of the Carmans River.”

The county will borrow money to restore the $30 million it took from the fund and put a referendum on ballots in November designed to ensure that such a move doesn't happen again.