Partnering to restore Long Island’s water quality The return of warm weather prompts many Long Islanders to anticipate summer days enjoying some of our nation’s most beautiful beaches, shorelines and waterways here on our Island. But the mild air also heralds the re-appearance of distressing symptoms of our region’s water quality crisis: beach closures, fish…
Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan targets pollution in waterways
State and local officials are developing a multimillion-dollar plan to tackle the problem of excess nitrogen in Long Island’s waterways, establishing recommended limits on the nutrient and identifying areas best suited for sewers or other wastewater upgrades.
Long Island Regional Planning Council, DEC set hearings on nitrogen contamination
The Long Island Regional Planning Council and the state Department of Environmental Conservation will jointly host three public hearings next month on nitrogen contamination of Long Island’s waterways as they prepare to embark on a multimillion-dollar study of the issue.
Superstorm Sandy-damaged bulkheads still unrepaired 3 years later
Miles of wooden bulkheads protecting Long Island waterfront properties from erosion are nearing the end of their useful life span — rotting, rusting and below current height codes. And at least 1,000 bulkheads — and possibly many more — remain unrepaired three years after superstorm Sandy.
Suffolk County Sees Revitalization in Transportation Proposal Leaders of New York’s Suffolk County are pitching a $300 million Long Island Innovation Zone to enhance the region’s transportation network and create economic development. The plan Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced June 16 calls for a new $125 million airport terminal at MacArthur Airport in Ronkonkoma,…
A surprising solution for city’s housing dilemma: the burbs
John Cameron, Managing Partner of Cameron Engineering and Chairman of the Long Island Regional Planning Council, weighs in on the challenges of developing high rise buildings in Long Island to offset New York City’s housing shortages.
2015 Architecture & Engineering (A&E) Market Outlook Survey Results Revealed
Cameron Engineering’s Senior Partner Joseph Amato shared his expertise on the engineering industry at the 2015 A&E Market Outlook Briefing. The panel discussed expectations for growth, industry trends, best practices and other valuable insights.
State sets aside $1 billion for LI John Cameron, Chairman of the Long Island Regional Planning Council and managing partner at Cameron Engineering describes the infrastructure issues that will be addressed with the additional funds allocated to Long Island, amounting to $1 billion, which is increased from the original $100 million originally promised to Long…