Senator LaValle to Host Environmental Roundtable Thursday in Riverhead

Posted on 06 February 2013

New York State Senator Kenneth LaValle will host a two-hour-long environmental roundtable to discuss issues impacting the First Senate District this Thursday, February 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Suffolk Community College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Center in Riverhead.

This year’s participants will help Senator LaValle chart a legislative agenda regarding the environment that LaValle said is aimed at preserving the character and quality of life on the East End.

More than 65 participants are expected at Thursday’s forum, including representatives from town and village governments, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, environmental groups and concerned citizens.

New York State Assemblymen Fred W. Thiele, Jr. and Dan Losquadro will join LaValle at this event.

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One Response to “Senator LaValle to Host Environmental Roundtable Thursday in Riverhead”

  1. Losquadro is dishonest says:

    Dan is a disgrace…he came to our gun clubs to earn donations and votes. Then votes for the recent gun ban. While stating that Kendra’s law was much more important than the constitution. Now with news released that his top contributers are fronts for municipal paving companies is starting to expose him and possible future corruption for the highway department. Not to mention the scandal he was in years ago from getting donations from other municipal vendors. I really hope the media exposes him for the fraud that he is

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