Water Project Overview

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Water Issues

Summer 2023 Newsletter

Summer 2023 Newsletter

We hope you are all enjoying the cool and peaceful days of spring as we approach the busy summer months.Kicking off the summer season, after a long hiatus the first in-person Annual Meeting of the Orient Association will be held on Saturday, May 27th at 9:30 am in Poquatuck Hall.Members of the Orient Association will be voting on a new slate of officers and Board Members will be introduced.
Communication and Notification During Emergencies for Orient Residents

Communication and Notification During Emergencies for Orient Residents

Orient Emergency Management Committee would like to keep the residents of Orient informed about the different methods of communication and notifications during emergency events used by Southold Township and Suffolk County as well as programs offered to our special needs residents.
Hurricane Season Preparation

Hurricane Season Preparation

The Atlantic hurricane season starts June 1st and runs for six months through November 30. Prepare now, learn what to do before a hurricane strikes. Create a disaster plan for you and your family since electricity and water could potentially be out for weeks.
Water Project Preliminary Report

Water Project Preliminary Report

The US Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday proposed the first national drinking water standard for “forever chemicals” that are dangerous to human health. The move could radically affect drinking water for nearly everyone in the United States.
Why Should We Care About Code Compliance? June 11, 2023

Why Should We Care About Code Compliance? June 11, 2023

The town code includes regulations about many things that affect us including short-term rentals; building size and construction, noise; our visible environment including signs, lighting and dark skies; RV, trailer and boat storage; landscaping and dumpsters. Code compliance and enforcement (or lack of it) often comes up in our community meetings. It impacts many of the things that recent surveys say we value. Learn how code enforcement works and some ways it might be improved, and your role in ensuring compliance and enforcement.
Annual Meeting – May 27, 2023

Annual Meeting – May 27, 2023

The Orient Association had its annual membership meeting on May 27, 2023 starting at 9:30a in Poquatuck Hall. President Barbara Friedman reviewed the accomplishments of, and issue being addressed by the Orient Association over the past year and our prospective plans going forward.
Spring 2023 Newsletter

Spring 2023 Newsletter

We hope you are all enjoying the cool and peaceful days of spring as we approach the busy summer months.Kicking off the summer season, after a long hiatus the first in-person Annual Meeting of the Orient Association will be held on Saturday, May 27th at 9:30 am in Poquatuck Hall.Members of the Orient Association will be voting on a new slate of officers and Board Members will be introduced.
Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan (LINAP)- Newsletter

Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan (LINAP)- Newsletter

Five tips for an Eco-friendly lawn Take the Nitrogen Pledge Grant Insights and Highlights Five Tips for an Eco-friendly Lawn It’s almost spring and lawn care is on the minds of many Long Islanders. Fertilizer is often thought of as a key ingredient to a healthy,...

SCDHS PFAS Investigation

SCDHS PFAS Investigation

Learn more about PFAS contaminantsfrom the Suffolk County Department of Health Services (SCDHS)
Information Sessions about Expanded PFAS Water Survey

Information Sessions about Expanded PFAS Water Survey

In the Fall of 2022 the Suffolk County Department of Health Services (SCDHS) began a private well testing survey in Orient Village.  They had detected high concentrations of “forever chemicals” a group of perfluorochemical compounds collectively known as PFAS or PFCs...

Septic Overview

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Septic Issues

Summer 2023 Newsletter

Summer 2023 Newsletter

We hope you are all enjoying the cool and peaceful days of spring as we approach the busy summer months.Kicking off the summer season, after a long hiatus the first in-person Annual Meeting of the Orient Association will be held on Saturday, May 27th at 9:30 am in Poquatuck Hall.Members of the Orient Association will be voting on a new slate of officers and Board Members will be introduced.
Communication and Notification During Emergencies for Orient Residents

Communication and Notification During Emergencies for Orient Residents

Orient Emergency Management Committee would like to keep the residents of Orient informed about the different methods of communication and notifications during emergency events used by Southold Township and Suffolk County as well as programs offered to our special needs residents.
Hurricane Season Preparation

Hurricane Season Preparation

The Atlantic hurricane season starts June 1st and runs for six months through November 30. Prepare now, learn what to do before a hurricane strikes. Create a disaster plan for you and your family since electricity and water could potentially be out for weeks.
Water Project Preliminary Report

Water Project Preliminary Report

The US Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday proposed the first national drinking water standard for “forever chemicals” that are dangerous to human health. The move could radically affect drinking water for nearly everyone in the United States.
Why Should We Care About Code Compliance? June 11, 2023

Why Should We Care About Code Compliance? June 11, 2023

The town code includes regulations about many things that affect us including short-term rentals; building size and construction, noise; our visible environment including signs, lighting and dark skies; RV, trailer and boat storage; landscaping and dumpsters. Code compliance and enforcement (or lack of it) often comes up in our community meetings. It impacts many of the things that recent surveys say we value. Learn how code enforcement works and some ways it might be improved, and your role in ensuring compliance and enforcement.
Annual Meeting – May 27, 2023

Annual Meeting – May 27, 2023

The Orient Association had its annual membership meeting on May 27, 2023 starting at 9:30a in Poquatuck Hall. President Barbara Friedman reviewed the accomplishments of, and issue being addressed by the Orient Association over the past year and our prospective plans going forward.
Spring 2023 Newsletter

Spring 2023 Newsletter

We hope you are all enjoying the cool and peaceful days of spring as we approach the busy summer months.Kicking off the summer season, after a long hiatus the first in-person Annual Meeting of the Orient Association will be held on Saturday, May 27th at 9:30 am in Poquatuck Hall.Members of the Orient Association will be voting on a new slate of officers and Board Members will be introduced.
Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan (LINAP)- Newsletter

Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan (LINAP)- Newsletter

Five tips for an Eco-friendly lawn Take the Nitrogen Pledge Grant Insights and Highlights Five Tips for an Eco-friendly Lawn It’s almost spring and lawn care is on the minds of many Long Islanders. Fertilizer is often thought of as a key ingredient to a healthy,...

SCDHS PFAS Investigation

SCDHS PFAS Investigation

Learn more about PFAS contaminantsfrom the Suffolk County Department of Health Services (SCDHS)
Information Sessions about Expanded PFAS Water Survey

Information Sessions about Expanded PFAS Water Survey

In the Fall of 2022 the Suffolk County Department of Health Services (SCDHS) began a private well testing survey in Orient Village.  They had detected high concentrations of “forever chemicals” a group of perfluorochemical compounds collectively known as PFAS or PFCs...