Central Pine Barrens Advisory Committee
as of December 2011.
(See the unofficial copy of ECL 57-0119(9) for the creation of the Advisory Committee. See bylaws: text, pdf.)
The law specifies 24 member organizations by name,
and permits the Committee to add up to four additional organizations,
for a maximum of 28 member organizations.
The entities listed below are all named explicitly in the law,
except those annotated as "Added by Advisory Committee in __")
(See these links for the specific individuals who represent these organizations: text, pdf.)
Bylaws of the Committee (established by resolution): text, pdf

 
 

Member 
Organizations 
(28)

  • Association for a Better Long Island 
  • Brookhaven National Laboratory (added by the Advisory Committee in 1993)
  • Civic Representative for Brookhaven Town 
  • Civic Representative for Riverhead Town 
  • Civic Representative for Southampton Town 
  • Eastern Suffolk Board of Realtors (no longer in existence; no apparent successor in interest) 
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • Group for the East End (originally the "Group for the South Fork" in the law)
  • Hamptons' Visitors Council (originally the "South Fork Promotion Committee" in the law)
  • Long Island Association 
  • Long Island Board of Realtors 
  • Long Island Builders Institute
  • Long Island Drinking Water Coalition (added by the Advisory Committee in 2005)
  • Long Island Farm Bureau 
  • Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference
  • Long Island Pine Barrens Society 
  • Long Island Regional Planning Council (originally the "Long Island Regional Planning Board" in the law)
  • Legislative Commission On Water Resource Needs of NYS and LI (Assembly) 
  • Legislative Committee On Water Resource Needs of NYS and LI (Senate) 
  • North Fork Environmental Council 
  • Open Space Council 
  • Peconic Land Trust (added by the Advisory Committee in 2004)
  • Regional Plan Association
  • Southampton Business Alliance 
  • State University of New York at Stony Brook 
  • Suffolk Alliance of Sportsmen, Inc. (added by the Advisory Committee in 1993)
  • Suffolk County Water Authority 
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Chairs Chair:                  Mr. Jeffrey Szabo, Chief Executive Officer, Suffolk County Water Authority 
    Vice Chair:          Mr. Richard L. Amper, Executive Director, Long Island Pine Barrens Society 
    Original Chair:    Mr. Michael A. LoGrande, AICP, current Chairman and former CEO, Suffolk County Water Authority (1993 - 2001)
    Past Chair:          Mr. Stephen M. Jones, AICP, Chief Executive Officer, Suffolk County Water Authority (2001 - 2010)
    Meeting 
    Information
    Meetings are held as needed, with the locations determined at those times. 
    See the current schedule for the next meeting.  See this link for meeting minutes.
    Prior Member Organizations
  • South Fork Groundwater Task Force (Added by the Advisory Committee in 1999.  Resigned from Committee in 2004.)
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