Jane Bonner Councilwoman
Jane Bonner is a longtime advocate for the people of northeastern Brookhaven Town, where she was elected as the community’s representative on the Town Council in 2007.
As president of the Rocky Point Civic Association, Jane improved the quality of life for residents of the area by solving the problems they were experiencing in their neighborhoods. She worked as a liaison between the community and elected officials, helping residents navigate their way through town and county agencies.
Her vision for a better future through responsible planning as President of the Rocky Point Revitalization and Beautification Committee has had a direct impact on her community. In that position, she secured more than a half million dollars in grant monies for the Rocky Point downtown business corridor, making this Main Street area more attractive and improving the quality of life for all residents.
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Councilwoman Bonner and Supervisor Romaine Launch Town Wide Emergency Food Drive Starting February 25
Councilwoman Bonner and Supervisor Ed Romaine have announced that starting Tuesday, February 25, the Town will launch an Emergency Food Drive to help support local churches and food pantries that are in need of donations. Drop off boxes will be in the lobby of Town Hall, One Independence Hill in Farmingville and the following Town community centers until April 18:
• Robert E. Reid Recreation Center, Route 25A and Defense Hill Road in Shoreham
• Rose Caracappa Senior Center, 739 Route 25A in Mount Sinai
Residents can drop off non-perishable food items at the Town of Brookhaven Emergency Food Drive locations Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. For more information, call the Town of Brookhaven Youth Bureau at 631-451-8011.
Single Stream Recycling
“Single-Stream” recycling means there will no longer be separate pick up days for various items.
You can place your recyclables all in ONE CONTAINER. Every Wednesday please place all of
your paper, glass, plastics, cans, cardboard into one container. Not only are we making it easier
by allowing residents to use one container, but we are now accepting more recyclable items,
including plastic containers labeled # 1-7. Y
What can go into my recycling container?
Aluminum, Cardboard, Waxed cartons, Glass containers, Mail, Metal, Paper, Shredded paper, Plastic containers, Rigid Plastics, Spray cans, Steel and Tin
What does NOT go into my recycling container: Cat litter, Chemicals, Household hazardous waste, Contaminated paper products, Dry cleaning bags, Food waste, Garbage, Glass (window and mirror), Light bulbs, Needles/syringes/sharp items, Paint and paint cans, Plates (plastic or ceramic), Plastic shopping bags, Plastic utensils, Styrofoam, Waxed paper, Yard waste, Drinking glasses
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Wading River Duck Pond
Council District Two
consists of Mount Sinai, Miller Place, Middle Island (part), Terryville (part), Coram (part), Rocky Point, Sound Beach, Shoreham, East Shoreham, Ridge (part), Wading River, Port Jefferson Station (part). Click here
to view a map of District 2.