Long Beach Comeback Crew

Join hundreds of residents and businesses owners Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 10am – 4pm at the Long Beach Comeback Crew “Spring Cleaning” Event.

The Long Beach Comeback Crew is comprised of volunteers who help rebuild the City through community beautification projects, such as landscape and design efforts and general street clean-up. Some of […]

Coping With the New Normal: Life After Sandy

Hofstra University invites you to attend this free forum, designed for professionals working in positions that involve close interaction with the community. Many individuals and families impacted by Superstorm Sandy continue to experience its residual effects and are in need of support services. Attend this event for an interactive discussion about the impact of […]

Sustainable Long Island Backs Governor Cuomo’s Plan to Restructure LIPA

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plan to restructure the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) would take giant steps forward in improving the quality of life for every Long Islander.

The impacts of recent weather events and Superstorm Sandy are still being felt throughout Long Island. Restructuring of LIPA will allow for quicker responses in […]

Mold : Next Wave of Hazards from Sandy?

Even in normal times, many areas of Long Island are susceptible to problems and indoor air health hazards tied to mold. In the wake of Sandy, we face new challenges associated with structural and moisture-related damage to buildings.

Join the Health & Safety Committee for a presentation and discussion. This workshop will address:

Mold […]

Join us this Saturday, May 18, for Save The Bay Day!

SAVE THE BAY DAY

Saturday, May 18, 2013 |10:00Am – 1:00PM

775 Park Place – Corner of Riverside Blvd. and Park Pl.

(Adjacent to the “Rescue Ink” Animal Shelter) RSVP to info@sustainableli.org or to sandyvolunteers@longbeachny.gov

Debris cleanup along the bay area – Help rebuild the City of Long Beach

Join the Long Beach Comeback Crew […]

Sustainable Long Island Awarded $130K for Long Beach Recovery Efforts

♦ Sustainable Long Island announced today it has been awarded $130,000 in grant funding from the Unitarian Universalist Congregation (UUC) at Shelter Rock supporting the organization’s ongoing recovery and revitalization efforts in the City of Long Beach following Superstorm Sandy. A five-point collaboration plan with the City, detailed below, aims to ensure a robust and […]