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Mr. Ronald F. Foley

Director of Government and Community Relations

Greenman-Pedersen , Inc.

HQ Phone: (631) 587-5060

Email: r***@***.com

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Greenman-Pedersen , Inc.

325 West Main Street

Babylon, New York 11702

United States

Company Description

Established in 1966, Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI) is a consulting engineering, planning, survey, mapping, and construction management and inspection firm that specializes in the innovative development, design and construction of infrastructure and buildi ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Regional Director

New York State Department

Regional Director - Long Island

New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation

Regional Director of NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation

Long Island Beach Buggy Ass'n Inc


Suffolk County Parks, Recreation and Conservation

Executive Director

New York Parks and Conservation Association




Recreation and Historic Preservation


Long Island State Parks


Suffolk County Parks Commissioner

Advisory Board Member
Long Island 2 Day Walk

Advisory Board Member


Bachelor of Science degree

Public Administration

University of New York

Web References (115 Total References)

Nissequogue River State Park Foundation News Page [cached]

We have had numerous discussions with Regional State Parks Director Ron Foley to obtain as much information as possible on how the demolition will affect our residents. By the end of the summer, Mr. Foley is planning on meeting with community leaders to discuss the demolition plan in more detail. He will also review the recently completed engineering study on the park's buildings and grounds and talk about plans for the park's future.

LI-DOG News and Events [cached]

More than 30 dog owners and their dogs gathered at Blydenburgh County Park to hear Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy and other legislators call on Suffolk Parks Commissioner Ron Foley to create FIVE new dog parks on Suffolk County parkland!

Foley is receptive.
On May 5th Parks Commissioner Ron Foley met with about sixty members from H-Dog to discuss the situation there.

Untitled Document [cached]

The bones have since been collected by the Suffolk County medical examiner office for scientific study, and the artifacts are being held by the county parks department until it can be determined what to do with them, said Parks Commissioner Ronald Foley.

The area is now surrounded by snow fence and is patrolled regularly by parks police to prevent treasure hunters or curious onlookers from damaging what is considered hallowed ground.
Foley said county officials plan to meet with Shinnecock tribal leaders for advice on what to do with the items after they have been studied.
Elizabeth Thunderbird Haile, a Shinnecock leader, said she was pleased with the respectful manner of county officials.
"This discovery was made by nature, however unintentional," she said.

Meeting Minutes [cached]

Some of us received response letters in the mail from Ronald F. Foley, the Regional Director of Parks for the Long Island Region, which stated that the permit would not be renewed for this season due to IPN in the fish. This was echoed in a recent article in the Suffolk County News. In response, the Friends of Connetquot has stated that NY State incorrectly overestimates the threat to humans that IPN poses and that the State still has not acted in the best interest of the hatchery. Although Mr. Foley does end his letter on a positive note stating that the State recognizes the local and historical importance of the fish hatchery and they will look to ensure it operates in the future, we as a community will need to be diligent about staying on top of the State and making sure they follow through with their stated intent.

Crippen and Regional Parks Director ... [cached]

Crippen and Regional Parks Director Ron Foley worked night an day to make this happen."

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