Kyle P. Collins
Kyle Collins serves as a designated representative for Southampton Town Supervisor and Commission Member Jay H. Schneiderman. Collins leads the Town of Southampton Department of Land Management, which includes the Long Range Planning, Current Planning, Building and Zoning, and Environment divisions. He has more than 25 years of public and private sector experience in planning, land use, development and environmental protection in New Jersey and New York. Collins’s work has ranged from representing municipalities in the preparation of long range planning studies, zoning regulations, and design guidelines, to providing technical expertise on development applications under review by various boards. The balance of Collins’s professional planning career has been in private planning and environmental consulting firms, serving both the public and private sectors. He has received several planning awards, most recently a Vision Long Island – Smart Growth Award. Collins is certified with the American Institute of Certified Planners and is a member of both the American Planning Association and the Congress for The New Urbanism.
Andrew P. Freleng
Andrew Freleng serves as a designated representative for Suffolk County Executive and Commission Member Steven Bellone. As chief planner in the Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning, Freleng oversees the Regulatory Review Unit that analyzes zoning and subdivision referrals on behalf of the Suffolk County Planning Commission. The unit also staffs the Suffolk County Council on Environmental Quality, which is responsible for reviewing the environmental ramifications of all actions of the county. Freleng is currently the vice chair of the Central Pine Barrens Credit Clearinghouse and a former member of the Board of Directors of the New York Planning Federation. Prior to coming to Suffolk County, he served as chief planner for the Town of Southampton and prior to that, as chief environmental planner for H2M Group, an engineering, architecture and planning firm. In 1999, Freleng was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Village of Port Jefferson after serving three years on its Planning Board. He served as trustee until 2003. As trustee, he was responsible for the Conservation Advisory Council, Parks Department, the Department of Public Safety and served as advisor to the Board of Trustees on matters such as SEQRA, waterfront and stormwater issues. Freleng holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from Long Island University - Southampton College and a Master of Science Degree in Environmental Management from Long Island University - C.W. Post Campus. In 1990, he was accepted into the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).
Sarah Lansdale serves as a designated representative for Suffolk County Executive and Commission Member Steven Bellone. She is the director of the Division of Planning and Environment in the Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning.
Janet M. Longo
Janet Longo serves as a designated representative for Suffolk County Executive and Commission Member Steven Bellone and is the Land Management Specialist and Acquisition Supervisor for the Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning, Division of Real Estate. Longo is an environmental and real estate professional with more than 30 years of diversified experience with expertise in real property, program development, community outreach and natural resource issues. Her work has included the purchase of land for open space, parkland, farmland and drinking water protection for both Suffolk County and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. In her current position, Longo also represents the Division of Real Estate before legislative and administrative bodies and implements departmental policy and objectives by assisting the division director in overall management. Previously, she served as an environmental analyst with the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission concentrating on the acquisition and sale of Pine Barrens credits, as acting regional supervisor of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Bureau of Real Property and as Finance Section Chief for the New York Wildfire and Incident Management Academy.
Daniel P. McCormick
Daniel P. McCormick, Esq., has served as deputy town attorney for the Town of Riverhead since July of 2007 and is the designated representative for Riverhead Town Supervisor and Commission Member Sean M. Walter. McCormick is a former Suffolk County assistant district attorney, former Islip Town assistant town attorney and former Brookhaven Town assistant town attorney. He has extensive municipal law experience and municipal code enforcement experience. McCormick also has served as counsel to the Riverhead Town Storm Water Management Office in the Riverhead Town Engineering Department from December 2007 to the present, a position that includes extensive interaction with the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Brenda A. Prusinowski
Brenda Prusinowski serves as a designated representative for Brookhaven Town Supervisor and Commission Member Edward P. Romaine. She is the deputy commissioner of the Brookhaven Town Department of Planning and Environment. Prusinowski, certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), has been involved in municipal planning for more than 30 years, the last 18 as deputy commissioner of the Department of Planning, Environmental Protection and Land Management for the Town of Brookhaven. Previously, she served as a planner for the Town of Riverhead. She has served as a designated alternate representative for numerous supervisors of the Towns of Riverhead and Brookhaven since 1993. She holds an MA in Public Administration from SUNY Stony Brook.
Martin E. Shea
Martin Shea serves as a designated representative for Southampton Town Supervisor and Commission Member Jay H. Schneiderman. He is the chief environmental planner for the Southampton Town Environment Division in the town’s Department of Land Management.