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The Foggiest Idea Wins Second Prize at the 2022 Press Club of Long Island Media Awards
Real Estate Columnist/Urban Planner’s Web Site Wins Recognition from Industry Peers

Long Island, NY (June 3, 2022) –, the land use oriented website launched by Richard Murdocco in 2010, has won a second-place recognition at the 2022 Press Club of Long Island Media Awards.

The PCLI Award earned was a second-place prize in the Digital Media – Blog category. The Press Club of Long Island recognized The Foggiest Idea‘s web design, which is unique in the digital media space due to it’s streamlined design and user experience.

While The Foggiest Idea has had an online presence since 2010, the current iteration of the site first launched in 2013. Later this year, the award-winning site will be getting a comprehensive make-over to reflect the best practices of web design that have evolved over the last decade.

Murdocco’s reported and opinion work on the real estate sector is frequently read by those who are influential in policy circles, including real estate developers, elected officials, civic leaders, and journalists. The Press Club of Long Island has recognized both The Foggiest Idea‘s journalistic work and digital design on numerous occasions within the past few years.

Pictured: The Foggiest Idea‘s awards from the Press Club of Long Island. (Photo Credit: Arielle Murdocco/The Foggiest Idea)

About The Foggiest Idea Inc.:

The Foggiest Idea Inc. was founded by Richard Murdocco in 2010 with the goal of making principles of real estate development accessible to both residents and elected officials. Since it’s launch, The Foggiest Idea has grown into the New York metro region’s premier resource on land use and real estate development. Murdocco’s collection of published work and media appearances can be found at

About Richard Murdocco:

Richard Murdocco is an award-winning columnist who regularly writes on real estate development, and his by-line regularly appears in multiple local, regional, and national publications. Aside from his extensive written body of work on developmental matters, Murdocco serves as an adjunct professor in Stony Brook University’s School of Atmospheric and Marine Sciences and SBU’s public policy graduate program, and regularly lectures on planning and policy-related matters in communities across Long Island.