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Suffolk County Issues Shellfish Warning for James Creek, Mattituck

NYSDEC Temporarily Closes James Creek for the Harvest of Carnivorous Gastropods

Suffolk County Health Commissioner James Tomarken today issued a warning to residents and visitors to the north fork of Suffolk County to avoid harvesting and eating shellfish in James Creek in Mattituck, Town of Southold, until further notice.

This warning follows the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announcement of a temporary ban on the harvesting carnivorous gastropods (whelks, conchs, moon snails) in James Creek due to the detection of a marine biotoxin in shellfish. This action was taken after DEC determined that mussels collected from James Creek tested positive for saxitoxin, a marine biotoxin that causes paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP).

“Though James Creek was already closed for harvesting of shellfish, including oysters, clams, mussels and scallops, from May 1 to November 30 due to bacteriological concerns, this new ban prohibits harvesting of three gastropods: whelks, conchs, and moon snails, which had until present been allowed for harvest,” said Dr. Tomarken. “Our concern is for the health of the public.”

Symptoms of PSP will depend on the amount of toxin ingested, and can progress from tingling of the lips and tongue, to numbness of the face, neck and limbs, loss of muscular control, followed by difficulty breathing. If you experience any of these symptoms after eating shellfish, call 911 or seek emergency medical care immediately.

Maps of all affected areas and information about temporary closures are available on DEC's website. Information about marine biotoxins and paralytic shellfish poisoning is also available on DEC website.


SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES
NEWS RELEASE

The Suffolk County Department of Public Works' Division of Vector Control plans to treat parts of the following salt marshes by helicopter to control mosquito larvae.  Should weather conditions prevent completion of work, it will be continued on the next suitable day.

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NEW CYANOBACTERIA BLOOM IN MILL POND (SOUTHAMPTON)

Recent sampling performed by Suffolk County and SUNY Stony Brook has confirmed new cyanobacteria blooms, more commonly known as blue–green algae, in Mill Pond in Southampton.

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GROUNDWATER QUALITY IN THE VICINITY OF THE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE IN WESTHAMPTON

On September 12, 2016, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) has declared the New York State Air National Guard Base at Gabreski Airport a Class 2 Superfund Site. With this designation, NYSDEC has identified the U.S. Department of Defense, which oversees the site’s operations, as the potentially responsible party for perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) contamination detected in nearby groundwater supplies.

In a letter to the airport director, NYSDEC leadership stated that it had directed the U.S. Department of Defense to finance connection to public water any homes with private wells that have been or may be impacted by contamination.

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GRIEF COUNSELING OFFERED BY
THE LGBT NETWORK

The LGBT Network will have grief counselors available at its Community Centers in Woodbury, Bay Shore and Sag Harbor. If you need to talk please call 631-665-2300 or 516-323-0011.


PINE BARRENS PROTECTION HOTLINE
1-877-BARRENS

The Pine Barrens are one of our State’s great biological treasures, home to many endangered, threatened, and special concern species. Additionally, the Pine Barrens overlies one of the greatest sources of pure groundwater in New York State. Please help protect this important natural resource by reporting any illegal activity, which may include (but is not limited to) use of all-terrain vehicles (ATV’s), dumping, and tree cutting/removal. The hotline operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week. All calls will remain confidential.


I am deeply grateful that the voters of the Second District have honored me with the opportunity to serve our community in the Suffolk County Legislature, representing voters from Montauk to East Moriches, and Shelter Island. Our district is unlike any other; we are the largest geographically and have the highest cost of living. This places a difficult burden on our many seniors, working families and young adults. It is my goal to ensure that the unique needs of the Second Legislative District are met.

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I recently completed five years of service as Councilwoman in the Town of Southampton.  I was honored to serve and I’m proud of what we accomplished.  On the Town Council, I focused my efforts on three areas that are critical to the East End:   providing economic opportunity, defending the environment, and keeping your government accountable to you.  I’m excited to carry these efforts forward in my service on the Suffolk County Legislature.  Serving in County government offers the opportunity for regional solutions that touch multiple towns to support and improve our community.  I will continue to look for opportunities to build our economy for the benefit of the entire community, to fight hard to protect our precious and fragile natural resources, and to draw on my experience as a fraud prosecutor to ensure that government handles your hard-earned tax dollars prudently.

My priorities include the following:

*   Improving water quality and protecting our environment  
*   Continuing to preserve farmland and open space
*   Ensuring government accountability
*   Promoting economic growth  
*   Protecting the health and welfare of Suffolk County residents

My staff and I are here to assist you in answering any questions about county government and its programs, and providing guidance and support to ensure that your government works for you. Please feel free to stop by my office at 75 Washington Street in Sag Harbor or call me anytime at (631) 852-8400.

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 Are you or is someone you know struggling with substance abuse or addiction?  Not sure where to turn for help?  We are here for you, 24/7.  The The Suffolk County Department of Health Services has partnered with the Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (LICADD) to operate a 24/7 hotline that will connect callers to treatment services. LICADD works collaboratively with the Suffolk County Communities of Solution (COS) provider network to ensure timely access to quality substance abuse care.  Call Suffolk County's Substance Abuse Hotline: 631-979-1700

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--Sponsored legislation authorizing use of Montauk County Park in Montauk by Neo-Political Cowgirls for its Andromeda Dance Theater Performance Fundraiser.  (IR 1571-17)

--Co-sponsored legislation approving the donation of certain items to the Westhampton Beach Historical Society.  (IR 1563-17)

--Co-sponsored legislation authorizing funding of land acquisition and oversight of real property under the Suffolk County Affordable Housing Opportunities Program (Sandy Hollow Cove Apartments).  (IR 1564-17)

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SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION & CONSERVATION SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES NOW AVAILABLE


Interested Applicants
are Encouraged to Apply

Suffolk County, New York – (February 17, 2017) – Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and the Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation are pleased to announce that the Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation is now accepting applications for a variety of seasonal employment positions at beaches, parks, golf courses, and campgrounds for the 2017 season. "Seasonal employment with the parks department provides the opportunity for individuals to help protect the environment, while earning money and providing a real service to the public,” said Bellone. “With over 48,000 acres of parkland, the Parks Department requires extra assistance in efficiently maintaining each facility as well as help in providing a safe environment for the public.”

Park Attendants are hired to perform a variety of tasks including maintenance, office work, as well as registrations and fee collections at the entrance booths. Park Attendants must be at least 16 years of age, and willing to work weekends and holidays, early and evening shifts. The main qualification for all positions is the ability to work well with the public. If interested, please contact the Parks Personnel Department via email at scparkspersonnel@suffolkcountyny.gov.

New York Blood Center BLOODSTOCK!

Save Someone's Life.  Earn a Scholarship.

Bloodstock Scholarship Program

Bloodstock® is a scholarship opportunity for students who demonstrate community service and leadership through the planning and sponsorship of a community blood drive.

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SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS
PRESERVATION SOCIETY

Celebrates 30 Years, 300 Miles of Trails

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“COVERS CAUSE WE CARE”

Please donate a gently used blanket to “Covers Cause we Care.” All donations will immediately be distributed to those in need right here on Long Island. Donations can be dropped off at Legislator Fleming’s District office located at 75 Washington Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at rrosenstein17@gmail.com.

Thank you for your kindness and support.

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Residential installation of an advance septic system On Thursday, September 7th Legislator Fleming joined County Executive Steve Bellone, New York Assemblyman Fred Thiele, local environmental groups and the home owner
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Remsenburg Academy Is Officially A Town Landmark

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Memorandum and Press Release from Shelter Island's Supervisor and Chair of the East End Supervisors and Mayors Association, Jim Dougherty

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Fleming Honors 104-Year-Old Resident Of Westhampton Care Center

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Partnership aims to build immigrant women’s self-esteem, leadership

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Suffolk County to Discuss Scam Prevention in Westhampton Beach

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Legislator Fleming to host Narcan Training at Sag Harbor

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Legislator Fleming and Assemblyman Fred Thiele worked to secure funds to replace the galvanized- guardrails on Long Beach Road( CR60).

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Legislator Fleming marches in the Southampton Independence day parade with Governor Cuomo and other public officials.

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Click the link below to read about water testing at Sand Land sand mine and mulching facility in Noyac.

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Click the link below to read Legislator Fleming's interview with Stephen J. Kotz, where she outlines her goals for her first term with the Suffolk County Legislature.

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