Town of Islip
Summer visitors to Fire Island have often enjoyed free parking on the mainland, but when business owners in Bay Shore complained that customers could not shop because of the clutter of cars.
Some are concerned the parking meters will hurt business, especially on Main Street, where they also are expected to be installed.
Sen. Croci said an additional $2 million in clean up cost will have to come from Islip tax payers.
Suffolk County has announced its first human case of West Nile Virus this year.
DA Thomas Spota said the trio also did not pay the proper contract wages to 13 employees, shorting them over $100,000.
Currently, Town of Islip code allows for up to 15 of the noisy birds per 500 square feet of yard space as long as the roosters are in secure enclosures.
Town of Islip officials and bay men lauded the bay bottom-leasing program, which they credit with the rebirth of the oyster industry on Long Island’s South Shore.
A mother claimed Thursday afternoon that her 11-year-old son fell into hot tar on their Long Island neighborhood street that was being repaved.
Residents near the Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood, where toxic materials were recently discovered, said they’re worried about the health of their families.
Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood has been closed since District Attorney Tom Spota announced in May that about 1,100 tractor-trailer truckloads of contaminated debris were illegally dumped there.
Test results confirm a housing development for war veterans on Long Island is contaminated with hazardous materials.
The Suffolk County Water Authority wants to assure residents in the Town of Islip, where a number of contaminated dumping sites were recently discovered, that the water is safe to drink and bathe in.
The discovery follows on the heels of the study of illegal asbestos dumping at a park and a construction site in the Town of Islip.
Piles of debris rising more than 20 feet have been discovered on an illegal dump site in Central Islip, the second such recent discovery in the town of Islip, Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota said.
A Long Island park has been closed after about 1,100 tractor-trailer truckloads of contaminated debris were dumped there, District Attorney Tom Spota said Tuesday.