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Employment History

Commissioner
Suffolk County Department of Parks

Director of the Long Island Region
State Parks

Regional Director
New York State Office of Parks

Director of the Long Island Region
New York State Office of Parks

Executive Director
New York Parks and Conservation Association

LI Regional Director
NYS Parks

Director of the Long Island Region
NYS Parks

Regional Director
state Office of Parks

Director
Long Island State Parks

Commissioner
Conservation

Commissioner
Recreation and Historic Preservation

Affiliations

Suffolk County Parks Commissioner
State Parks

Education

Bachelor of Science degree
Public Administration
University of New York

Web References (115 Total References)


Long Island 2 Day Walk to Fight Breast Cancer

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Ronald F. Foley, Commissioner, Suffolk County Dept. of Parks, Recreation & Conservation


SAFE - Pres Msg Archive

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While we have no real authority to request or demand this become the 1st PRIORITY of the Parks Department, we must all contact Mr. Ron Foley, Suffolk County Parks Commissioner at 631-854-4984 urging in the strongest terms, without being rude, to make the Suffolk County Trap & Skeet Range its first priority.


(Albany, New York, May 8, 2007 ...

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(Albany, New York, May 8, 2007 . . . ) New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Commissioner Carol Ash today announced the appointment of Suffolk County Parks Commissioner Ronald F. Foley as Director of the Long Island Region of New York State Parks.

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"Ron Foley has extensive management experience with the public parks system and intimate knowledge of environmental and open space issues, making him the perfect fit to confront the challenges that are unique to the region as we move forward.
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As Regional Director, Foley will oversee Long Island's 33,000 acres of open space, natural areas and recreational facilities, including 100 miles of shoreline.In 2002, Bethpage State Park's Black Course was the first public golf course to host the U.S. Open National Championship, which will return to the Black in 2009.
Foley has served as Commissioner of the Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation since 2004.In that capacity, he was responsible for the management of over 50,000 acres of parkland including historic structures, golf facilities and oceanfront beaches.Foley's notable achievements related to environmental stewardship for preservation and protection of open space.
Foley also served as Executive Director of the New York Parks and Conservation Association, an organization focusing on the protection of parkland and assisting communities in creating new parks.
Foley has more than 20 years experience in business and government, having served as Deputy Commissioner for the Department of Public Works and as Deputy Director and Chief of Staff in the Mayor's Office of Management and Budget in the City of Troy.
From 1983 to 1995, Foley was employed by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.He served as Executive Deputy Commissioner overseeing a $120 million budget and over 4,500 employees.During his tenure at state parks, Foley also served as General Manager of the Long Island Region and Regional Director of the Genesee Region, administering all aspects of the parks in those areas of the state.
Foley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration from the University of New York.
Foley will begin serving next month as Director of the Long Island State Parks.


Press Release - NYS Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation

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Ash Appoints Suffolk County Parks Commissioner Ron Foley As Director of Long Island State Parks Region

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(Albany, New York, May 8, 2007 . . . ) New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Commissioner Carol Ash today announced the appointment of Suffolk County Parks Commissioner Ronald F. Foley as Director of the Long Island Region of New York State Parks.
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"Ron Foley has extensive management experience with the public parks system and intimate knowledge of environmental and open space issues, making him the perfect fit to confront the challenges that are unique to the region as we move forward.
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As Regional Director, Foley will oversee Long Island's 33,000 acres of open space, natural areas and recreational facilities, including 100 miles of shoreline. In 2002, Bethpage State Park's Black Course was the first public golf course to host the U.S. Open National Championship, which will return to the Black in 2009.
Foley has served as Commissioner of the Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation since 2004. In that capacity, he was responsible for the management of over 50,000 acres of parkland including historic structures, golf facilities and oceanfront beaches. Foley's notable achievements related to environmental stewardship for preservation and protection of open space.
Foley also served as Executive Director of the New York Parks and Conservation Association, an organization focusing on the protection of parkland and assisting communities in creating new parks.
Foley has more than 20 years experience in business and government, having served as Deputy Commissioner for the Department of Public Works and as Deputy Director and Chief of Staff in the Mayor's Office of Management and Budget in the City of Troy.
From 1983 to 1995, Foley was employed by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. He served as Executive Deputy Commissioner overseeing a $120 million budget and over 4,500 employees. During his tenure at state parks, Foley also served as General Manager of the Long Island Region and Regional Director of the Genesee Region, administering all aspects of the parks in those areas of the state.
Foley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration from the University of New York.
Foley will begin serving next month as Director of the Long Island State Parks.


NYPCA; People

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Ronald Foley, Executive Director

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