The following was published in the Long Island Press on March 3, 2017. You can read the original here. It used to be that local governments provided some semblance of logic behind development decisions. In Suffolk County,...Read More
The following Letter to the Editor was published in Newsday on January 30th, 2017. You can read the original letter here. Kudos to Newsday for highlighting the disconnect between what is actually affordable for Long...Read More
The following quote was published in the Winter 2017 edition of On Common Ground, the National Association of Realtor’s free, semi-annual magazine. The publication presents a “wide range of views on smart growth...Read More
The following piece was published on Long Island Business New’s Young Island on 4/2/13:The following is the conversation held at every regional summit on Long Island:Advocate: Let’s keep our young people from leaving! There’s...Read More
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My interview with The Foggiest Idea, posted today, recalling professional and personal recollections of Sandy. A lot has changed in prediction methods and policy change over the decade to get closer to the ultimate goal of saving lives. https://twitter.com/TheFoggiestIdea/status/1587454495008628737
ALL-NEW: SANDY'S BIGGEST LEGACY - BETTER FORECASTS: https://www.thefoggiestidea.org/2022/10/31/sandys-biggest-legacy-better-forecasts/
Ten years after Sandy, weather experts told TFI that the super storm's aftermath has led to substantive changes in storm nomenclature and classification at both the @NWSNHC and @NWS.