Sewer Update Networking Meeting
April 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm$15 - $25
The MacArthur Business Alliance is pleased to have Peter Scully, Deputy County Executive, and Suffolk’s “Water Quality Czar”, make a presentation regarding Suffolk County’s Reclaim Our Water Initiative, including proposed Sewer Projects such as the MacArthur Industrial Sewer District and the County’s Septic Improvement Program.
Mr. Scully joined the administration of Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone to oversee the County’s “Reclaim Our Water” initiative after more than three decades of service in state and local government which focused largely on environmental policy issues.
Prior to this appointment, Mr. Scully spent 12 years as the Long Island Regional Director for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Prior to joining DEC in 2003, Mr. Scully served in a number of executive level positions in local governments; as the Town of Brookhaven’s youngest Deputy Supervisor in the 1980s, as President of the Islip Resource Recovery Agency and Commissioner of Environmental Control, and as Suffolk County Parks Commissioner. In addition to his professional roles, Mr. Scully has served the community in a variety of positions, including Chairman of the Town of Brookhaven Conservation Advisory Council, and as President of the Civic Association of the Setaukets. He earned both a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Public Policy at Stony Brook University, and resides in Stony Brook.