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Gilbert A. Anderson

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Suffolk County

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Hauppauge, New York,11788

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Suffolk County operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes he or she has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI...more

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Life/Living Archives - Page 2 of 46 - Smithtown Today

www.smithtowntodaynews.com [cached]

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone joined together with Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini, Fire Rescue and Emergency Services Commissioner Joe Williams and the Department of Public Works Commissioner Gil Anderson warn the public to provide the news regarding Winter Storm Stella.


FIMI Easement Q&A

fireislandassociation.org [cached]

The FIA and Davis Park Association recently sat down with Gil Anderson, Commissioner, Suffolk County Department of Public Works (DPW), to answer 14 of the most common questions Fire Island ocean-front homeowners have about the easements needed to make way for the new dunes.


thehuntingtonian.com

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone was joined by Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini, Suffolk County Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services (FRES) Commissioner Joe Williams, Suffolk County Department of Public Works Commissioner Gil Anderson and the Suffolk County Department of Social Services Commissioner John O'Neill to address the county's inclement weather protocols in the onset of the first major cold spell of the year.


FIMI Easement Q&A

www.fireislandassociation.org [cached]

The FIA and Davis Park Association recently sat down with Gil Anderson, Commissioner, Suffolk County Department of Public Works (DPW), to answer 14 of the most common questions Fire Island ocean-front homeowners have about the easements needed to make way for the new dunes.


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The plan, as of now, is to lay pipe from Ronkonkoma west along Johnson Avenue, turn left onto Old Nichols Road (which turns into Suffolk Avenue) and then head south, down either Lowell Avenue or Carleton Avenue, to the sewer main, according to Suffolk County Public Works Commissioner Gilbert Anderson.
The cost, as of now, is estimated between $20 million and $22 million - well below the $25 million the county was planning to spend to construct and connect a sewage treatment plant. Anderson said design of the project should be completed by the end of the year, allowing for funding to be put in place immediately after. Anderson said the original footprint of the Ronkonkoma Hub project would require a capacity of 400,000 gallons per day, so county officials planned to build a 500,000-gallon-per-day sewage treatment plant. "Oakdale and Sayville are being looked at because of the groundwater conditions there," Anderson noted. Gilbert Anderson, Commissioner of Department of Public Works, Suffolk County


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