The Foggiest Idea regularly speaks at community events and libraries across the New York metro region. Popular lecture topics include…

– Real Estate Development and the Future

– Aging in Suburbia

– Millennials, Housing, and More

– The Future of Garbage

– The Power Grid: Storms, Challenges, and the Future

– Disaster Planning

…new programs are being added regularly. Have a relevant policy topic that you’d like discussed in your community? Contact Richard Murdocco and The Foggiest Idea will make it happen!

All programs have been developed and are presented by Richard Murdocco, president of The Foggiest Idea Inc., and have a successful track record of generating positive conversations in numerous communities across the region.

Interested in having The Foggiest Idea help your audience join the hundreds of others across Long Island #GetaFoggyIdea about #SoundPlanning? Email!

Pictured: Richard Murdocco, the founder of The Foggiest Idea, speaking at a conference.


TFI is once again speaking at community libraries across the region with new programs on the public policy issues that matter!

If you’d like The Foggiest Idea to come to speak to your community, email

1. The Future of Garbage on Long Island – An ALL-NEW program from TFI!

WHEN: Monday, April 11th, 7:00 PM
WHERE:  Longwood Public Library (Via Zoom!)

To RSVP, call the library at (631) 924-6400


Pictured: A library lecture on the region’s power grid, conducted via Zoom for the Northport/East Northport Public Library.

Pictured: Richard Murdocco, founder of The Foggiest Idea, moderating a millennial housing panel hosted by the Suffolk County Legislature’s Next Generation Advisory Council.

Pictured: A standing-room only crowd waiting to learn about Long Island’s development trends at the Sachem Library. The event had the largest turnout in the library’s history.

Pictured: A presentation on the influence of millennial trends on development policy.

Pictured: Richard Murdocco, Founder of The Foggiest Idea, speaking about development at Gyrodyne (Photo Credit – Town of Smithtown)