Brookhaven fights Citizens United 12/17/15

Support a statement from the Town of Brookhaven to the State legislature that NY must be the 17th State to support a Constitutional amendment to overturn the disastrous effects of Citizens United.

Rock the Suffolk Green Party, Fall 2015

Green Party Candidate Pauline Salotti of Patchogue for Brookhaven Town’s Fifth District Council Seat will be appearing at these exciting events.

Story of Citizens United vs. FEC 6/30/14

Join Move to Amend Brookhaven for a viewing of the short film, The Story of Citizens United vs. FEC and an evening of stimulating conversation.

Brookhaven Green Party hosting Summer 2013 Meeting 8/10/13

Green Party of Suffolk’s Brookhaven Chapter meets on Saturday, August 10th, 2013, from 3-5 PM at the Patchogue-Medford Library.

Brookhaven Green Party Summer 2012 meeting 7/24/12

The Brookhaven Green Party will hold their next meeting on Tuesday July 24th, from 7-9PM at the Sachem Public Library

Green Party of Suffolk Joins Move to Amend: Brookhaven

The Green Party of Suffolk has become a part of Move to Amend: Brookhaven (movetoamend.org/ny-brookhaven).

Inaugural Brookhaven Green Party gathering 10/11/11

On Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at 7pm, the Brookhaven Green Party gathering will feature a speaker on the Brookhaven Recyclebank program. The event will be held at Rio Douro,  800 Horseblock Rd, Farmingville, NY 11738 (631 880-7890). Come hungry! For directions to the Brookhaven Green Party Gathering, contact Marisa Pizza at  516-458-9319.  All gatherings are […]

BNL Denies Maniscalco’s Request for Shinnecock Ceremony for 15k Trees to Be Cut Down

h/t Shinnecock Indian Nation In that spirit, the higher-ups at Brookhaven National Laboratory have denied a request from Peter Maniscalco of Renew Community Earth to let the Shinnecock Indian Nation perform a spiritual ceremony of reverence for the 15,000 trees that are about to be cleared from 200 acres of lab property in order to […]

Some snow reports from Long Island and North Babylon

Nemo 2013: A few photos from Long Island during the Nemo snowstorm are at our Flickr: here. __________ Update: Friday February 26, 2010 at 12:35PM.  You found our old post from an old snow.  But yes, it’s snowing again on LI.  Still snowing.  Pretty cold too.  The car doors have frozen up. We’re tired of […]

Memorial events for Keith Romaine

KW: Keith Romaine, age 36, passed away suddenly this week. Keith was a Brookhaven Town Councilman. His father is Ed Romaine, Suffolk County Legislator. Here are the memorial events for Keith Romaine as posted at Brookhaven.org. I also heard these arrangements, and the request for donations to the food pantry on Zabby’s radio show on […]

Sad news: Keith Romaine

KW: Recently re-elected Brookhaven Councilperson Keith Romaine died this morning. It is sad on a variety of levels…he was young;  he had just worked hard in a campaign; and his dad is Ed Romaine, a Republican lawmaker who has been very cordial and listening to local greens. Information about Keith Romaine’s funeral is: here. Story: […]

2009 Suffolk County Elections

September 2010 Update: 2010 primary election results for Suffolk County: here. Link to 2009 General Election Results at Suffolk BOE: here. ________ Kimberly says: There is so little exciting or worthwhile in the Suffolk County elections this year. The only thing that interests me is making a small gesture of disapproval to the Democrats and […]

Punxsutawney Phil says: Six more weeks of winter (Three groundhog reports)

2011 update: Phil says “Early Spring!” See this year’s predictions from a few ground hogs at onthewilderside: here Important update for 2011: The Malverne Ground Hog Day event was canceled due to the weather. (Mel will call in his report!). Please check with organizers before heading out to Wednesday morning events. Update 2010: Phil says […]

Long Island issues: garbage and energy and incinerators

This kind of issue is not glamorous, though, it is integral to local politics. And, the environmental implications are what make or break our contribution to our own health, and to the next generations. Hope you will take the time to read the whole article. (Excerpt from) Newsday LI sees new interest in waste-to-energy plants […]

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