Category: Bay Friendly Yards

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Sewering Oakdale

OAKDALE—Suffolk County Legis. William Lindsay met with residents at the Oakdale Civic meeting last week regarding plans to sewer parts of Oakdale using New York State storm relief funds.  Lindsay shared the tentative boundaries and timeline for the project including news there would be an Oakdale sewer referendum vote in the future.  This vote would impact those residents located within the area to receive sewers, and it would take place after a sewer district was established.  The county plans to use $26.4 million of previously allocated storm recovery money to do the work.

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A Green New Deal For The South Shore and The Great South Bay

If we are to save The Great South Bay, it will require that each community along The South Shore mobilizes around clean ups, native plantings, bay friendly native yards that are fertilizer and pesticide free, that all constituencies are actively involved. We cant wait for help from above. Its up to us. That's OUR Green New Deal.

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Introducing the “Bay Friendly Yards” E-Book!

Go Native! Go Naked! You can pay the expense in fertilizer, pesticides, and water trying to keep Kentucky Blue Grass and other non-natives alive here on Long Island, or plant what belongs here, and spare yourself the headache and expense while also restoring habitat and improving water quality in our bays, rivers, and ponds.

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