The following was written exclusively for The Foggiest Idea, and published on June 12, 2017. With each flush of the toilet in Suffolk County, the quality of Long Island’s water supply seems to go further down the drain....Read More
The following was written for the Long Island Press. You can read the original here. Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. It is a problem more befit an ancient mariner marooned on a desert island in the middle of a...Read More
The following was written for the Long Island Press. The original can be read here. The sole source of every Long Islander’s drinking water is being threatened by over-development, pesticides and rising sea levels. But are the...Read More
When I first heard that Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone was making Long Island’s water quality the number one priority of his administration, I was skeptical. And rightfully so. In the past I’ve argued that Long Island is...Read More
The following was published on Long Island Business News’ Young Island on 3.6.13. The post can be found hereSewers are important. It may be gross to think about, but what we do with our poop is an important component to...Read More
What follows is an introduction to Long Island’s groundwater system. In order to craft sound policy, it is crucial for the public to have access to data that helps inform the policymaking process.Long Island is unique in...Read More
The relationships that both Nassau and Suffolk Counties have in regards to the stewardship of waters that both surround and provide drinking water are historically complex. Both counties are dependent on the ocean and sound to...Read More
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Looks like more storms are coming through too…
This afternoon’s thunderstorm was serious business - In one of the loudest sounds I’ve ever heard, lightning split a 75-year old Tulip tree! @NWSNewYorkNY
I used to love riding the M3s to Manhattan (when the AC was working!)
Some interesting points...
1. Commuters interviewed didn't seem to mind the retro M3s returning
2. The @LIRR kept the M3s in storage, almost as if it was in anticipation of the M9s being further delayed.
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Recently, the @GothamGazette published my op-ed on the push to build more housing within New York City's suburbs. You can read the piece here: https://www.thefoggiestidea.org/2022/07/06/gotham-gazette-stepping-up-suburban-housing-easier-said-than-done/