Sustainable Long Island has worked with the Greater Bellport community since 2006, when community leaders brought us in to coordinate a planning process that would facilitate the revitalization of the community by developing a safe, thriving, and environmentally healthy place to work, live, and play.
Sustainable Long Island, in association with the City of Long Beach, has issued the “Phase II – The Boardwalk As A Destination” public report.
This report is based on the results of an August 2014 online survey and Long Beach Listens community participation meetings, in which […]
Sustainable LI spoke with the New York Times about Wyandanch Village, a 40-acre, $500 million development project
For years, this Long Island hamlet has been caught in the grip of poverty, blight and crime while the nearby Hamptons and other New York City suburbs in Suffolk County prospered.
Even a McDonald’s […]