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Meeting 02-06-2015

Mayor Paul Pontieri of Patchogue

Patchogue-A functioning local Government  The Village of Patchogue has come a long way from the time when it was loaded with derelict business establishments. This mayor has taken very proactive positions to make Patchogue a place where business and entertainment are a part of the overall picture. At the same time the village has greatly expanded the available housing. Leadership of this village has been the envy of other local governments. Please join us and ask the questions that need to asked Sponsor this meeting  Meeting will be held at the Clarion Hotel 3845 Veterans Memorial Highway, Ronkonkoma  Meeting doors open at 8AM for registration, networking and continental breakfast Meeting begins  Register online http://limba...

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The cost is reasonable and the reach is large. Here's what you get: Inclusion in the Long Island Business News weekly advertisement, Meeting sponsor is mentioned in the email communication, Display at the sponsored meeting, Three minutes about your company at the meeting by your spokesperson, Sponsor is named again in the Meeting Recap, and five seats at the event. sponsor rep is included in the recap picture The cost is $500.


Open Forum on Community Issues

Bob Bender of the RB Bender Group and Suffolk legislator Rob Trotta helped launch our LIMBA open forum meeting this morning. Our format was different from our usual presentation. Instead of having one featured speaker we had an open forum.   Bob Bender gave us food for thought about water in the region. “We are collecting large amounts of grease that is produced by the many restaurants. The restaurants pay for this disposal service and the collection companies add chemicals to break it down and send into our municipal sewer treatment plants...