Important:

Trap and Skeet Range Relocation Meeting
At 2:00 PM on January 30th, 2012
Suffolk County Legislature Building, Hauppauge

On January 30th, Kate Browning will be submitting the Trap & Skeet Relocation Planning Steps Resolutions for both the Westhampton & Schmeltzer Properties. These resolutions will both be on the Environment, Planning and Agriculture agenda for Monday, January 30 at 2PM in Hauppauge.

Anyone who can attend and speak in support of these resolutions are urged to do so.

I know many of you could not make the December meeting and wanted to know who you could send correspondence to. The new committee is made up of five legislators. I am providing their e-mail addresses below.

REMOVING THE RANGE FROM OUR LIVES CAN BE DONE - BUT WE HAVE TO BE WILLING TO PUT SOME EFFORT INTO GETTING IT DONE! WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE IT HERE, OR WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE IT SOMEWHERE ELSE?

Environment, Planning and Agriculture Committee members:

CHAIR:  Vivian Viloria-Fisher,  Kara.Hahn@suffolkcountyny.gov
VICE CHAIR:  Lou D'Amaro, 
Lou.DAmaro@suffolkcountyny.gov

MEMBERS:  
Sarah Anker, Sarah.Anker@suffolkcountyny.gov
DuWayne Gregory, DuWayne.Gregory@suffolkcountyny.gov
Edward P. Romaine, Edward.Romaine@suffolkcountyny.gov

If you wish to send an email to all of the committee members at once, simply copy / paste the entire block of addresses below into the address line of your email server and youíre all set.
Donít forget to reference the Shooting Range in the subject line such as "Shooting Range Issues", Shooting Range Relocation", (or something to that effect).

Kara.Hahn@suffolkcountyny.gov, Lou.DAmaro@suffolkcountyny.gov, Edward.Romaine@suffolkcountyny.gov, Sarah.Anker@suffolkcountyny.gov, DuWayne.Gregory@suffolkcountyny.gov


There are many decision makers who really are on our side!
But they need our support and more importantly Ė our voices if they are to be successful in helping us to remove the shooting range from our daily lives.
Please try to attend the meeting on the 30th.  If you absolutely cannot attend then at the very least, send a message to the committee members and have your voice heard!