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Meeting 05-01-2015

Steve Levy- Cost Effective Government

5/1/15 Steve Levy, Center for Cost Effective Government, Former county executive Levy has identified several government practices that lead to costing taxpayers exorbitant and unsustainable taxes. His group has had some wins. He’ll explain. 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

Sponsor a LIMBA meeting

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.


LIMBA Marc Herbst will lead infrustructure Panel TBC

Our speaker this morning was Marc Herbst. Marc is the executive director of the Long Island Contractors Association and the topic was infrastructure. Mitch Pally Executive Director of the Long Island Builders Institute, and Gil Hanse also contributed to the conversation. Marc began by speaking about the cost to each of us as a result of inefficient transportation systems. The loss of time we experience in snarled traffic he estimated as $1250/year. The last time we had ample funds allocated to infrastructure was in the 1970’s and the backlog of investments have accumulated over the years...