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Southampton Hospital: $10M for new satellite medical facility and emergency department in East Hampton The NYS Department of Health will support the Hospital's efforts to decentralize health care service delivery, in line with national health care reform goals. (Photo courtesy Dan's Papers) News article

Town of Smithtown: Water Quality Improvement Program for regional stormwater management $288,750 The Town of Smithtown, in partnership with the Villages of Nissequogue, Head of the Harbor and The Branch, will purchase a shared-use vacuum truck to be used on a coordinated basis to clean catch basins, improving MS4 compliance and benefiting water quality in environmentally significant areas. Grant funds are provided by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation.


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Town of Smithtown: Local Government Efficiency award for Phase II Regional Fuel Facility Consolidation $902,363 The Town of Smithtown will implement a regional fuel facility consolidation effort that will improve existing Town fueling facilities to improve environmental protections, storm resiliency and public safety and public works operations. Redundant facilities will be closed. The project will increase efficiency of operations and produce taxpayer savings for the Town and its partner agencies, which include Villages, fire districts, a school district and others. Grant funds are provided by the NYS Department of State. (Photo credit: BatteriesIncluded2008)


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Town of Southampton: $330,192 for Hampton Bays Good Ground Park Gateway Funding will allow the Town to advance its Hampton Bays downtown revitalization plans by establishing a park entrance and trailhead that will create a strong visual and functional link between Good Ground Park and Montauk Highway in the hamlet center. This new gateway will re-orient the business district’s streetscape around the park as its new anchoring feature, and will provide a new path for pedestrians and bicyclists to access the park as well as the new retail uses that will develop at its periphery. EPF 2015


Village of the Branch: Long Island Greenbelt Trailhead Improvements $214,560 The Village of the Branch, in the Town of Smithtown received two awards -- $184,560 from the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and $30,000 from Empire State Development -- to re-purpose an abandoned roadway corridor to establish an accessible pathway and trailhead facility at Old Route 111. The pathway will provide a pedestrian and bicycle friendly link between a residential community and densely developed commercial district, and provide a more effective linkage to the the Long Island Greenbelt Trail, a 32-mile hiking trail that extends from Heckscher State Park to Sunken Meadow State Park. Lighting will improve public safety and improve visibility for police patrols. EPF 2015


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$10,000 to Southampton Village Police Department for Electronic Fingerprinting Equipment Funding awarded by the NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services will be used to replace aging fingerprinting equipment and enhance capabilities for capturing biometric data during arrest processing. [10/2015] (Image: Fingerprint diagram, 1940 Frederick Kuhne)





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$56,069 NYS Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund award for Village of Brightwaters The NYS Archives has awarded funding under the 2015-16 LGRMIF program to the Village of Brightwaters to convert a large volume of paper-based property records to digital format. The Village is thrilled to receive this award in a very competitive grant year as it will allow them to replace an inefficient paper-based system with streamlined electronic document management system. [09/2015]

$100,000 NY Prize Community Microgrid Feasibility Study awarded to the Town of Southampton The NYS Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has awarded funding to support a feasibility assessment that will consider creation of a community microgrid to support critical facilities clustered in the downtown Southampton business district, consisting of Town, school, Village, hospital and public safety facilities. Renewable energy and cogeneration sources will be considered. The microgrid would support energy independence, clean energy and storm resiliency for these facilities which provide essential services for the region and protect against power outage hazards that can result from natural and man made disasters. (Photo: NYSERDA)

Village of East Hampton receives $46,000 for green stormwater project The Suffolk County

Gordon Grant Town Pond Photo Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program has recommended funding in support of bioswales, filtration systems and related improvements that will help to address water quality in Hook Pond. (Photo: Town Pond. Courtesy Gordon M. Grant/Newsday)

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Town of Smithtown receives $304,329 for regional fuel facility Governor Cuomo has announced that the Town of Smithtown has received a grant award totaling $304,329 to upgrade its municipal fueling facility and consolidate regional fueling operations. The project will achieve cost savings, produce environmental benefits and better position the Town to serve regional fueling needs in disaster events, should the area experience a future event on the scale of Superstorm Sandy. The grant will be administered by the NYS Department of State under the Local Government Efficiency program. Story  

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Town of Southampton awarded $943,000 in grant funding for Good Ground Park On December 11, 2014, Governor Cuomo announced the recipients of the 2014 Regional Economic Development Grant Awards. The Town of Southampton received two grant awards totaling $943,000, both awards furthering the development and implementation of Good Ground Park in Hampton Bays. It was awarded a grant of $500,000  through NYS Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Department which will be utilized to further subsidize the hamlet’s downtown revitalization as well as the construction and development of the amphitheater, site preparation and landscaping for the park.  A second grant award of $443,000 through The Empire State Development Office will also support these efforts. The grant announcements described Good Ground Park as a “key element in an ongoing downtown revitalization effort and is envisioned as the downtown anchor that will increase economic activity and livability within the central business district.” Press release (Image Courtesy MKW + Associates)

Montauk Lighthouse receives $249,473 for restoration project
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The historic 1838 Keeper’s Quarters structure on the Lighthouse property will be restored and utilized as a multi-purpose space to accommodate a wide range of much needed expanded uses. Stabilization addressing structural damages/ deterioration and the interior adaption will allow this National Historic Landmark to host a variety of needs not currently met and contribute to local economic enhancement via tourism and support of local business. Grant funds are administered by the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. (Image courtesy Wolfgang Wander)

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Governor Cuomo has announced an award of $955,208 in support of the Nissequogue River Water Quality Improvement project, which will address water quality and groundwater flooding issues in the Nissequogue River watershed in the vicinity of the Village of the Branch. The Water Quality Improvement Program is a competitive reimbursement grant that directs funds from the New York State Environmental Protection Fund to projects that reduce polluted runoff, improve water quality and restore habitat in New York's waterbodies. More (Image: FEMA)



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