The law requires state agencies to consider future risk of flooding, rising seas, and storm surges in all but the most minor regulatory and permitting decisions

“one step closer to looking like Centereach.”

There are any number of village crossroads that are far more dangerous

An unsavory picture

It seems almost impossible to believe that the trustees could give valuable assets, in this case land leases, to individuals of their choosing

The Peconic Bay Region Community Preservation Fund came into being in 1998 after years of struggle by conservationists and lawmakers

A proven master of detail

The measure could result in county protection program money becoming available for sewage treatment improvements

New York has long been faulted for having one of the most dysfunctional state legislatures in the United States

If approved, the comptroller would assume the duties of the treasurer