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