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Opening of New Environmentally-Friendly Beaver Dam Road End

Pictured left to right are Brookhaven Town Parks Commissioner Ed Morris; Councilman Dan Panico; Assemblyman Dean Murray; Environmental Defense Fund Senior Counsel Jim Tripp, Post-Morrow Foundation Vice President Thomas Williams; Diane Martens; Brookhaven Village Association Vice President Ellen Clyne; Councilman Michael Loguercio; Brookhaven Village Association President John Knapp; Supervisor Ed Romaine and Brookhaven Town Stormwater Manager Veronica King.

Pictured left to right are Brookhaven Town Parks Commissioner Ed Morris; Councilman Dan Panico; Assemblyman Dean Murray; Environmental Defense Fund Senior Counsel Jim Tripp, Post-Morrow Foundation Vice President Thomas Williams; Diane Martens; Brookhaven Village Association Vice President Ellen Clyne; Councilman Michael Loguercio; Brookhaven Village Association President John Knapp; Supervisor Ed Romaine and Brookhaven Town Stormwater Manager Veronica King.

On August 24th, Supervisor Ed Romaine, Councilman Michael Loguercio and Councilman Dan Panico were on-hand to cut the ribbon at the official opening of the new, environmentally-friendly Beaver Dam Road end. Constructed by the Town of Brookhaven’s Parks Department, the road end provides an unobstructed view of the Carmans River and includes permeable pavers, rain gardens, benches, all new landscaping and a kayak launch.

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