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Attention Notice 108-8 Area: Suffolk County has distributed Access Agreement documents to each homeowner in the 108-8 Area including additional information for signing. Access Agreements must be signed and notarized by the homeowner by May 31st, 2022, before construction may begin.

 



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Attention Notice 108-8 Area: County has distributed Access Agreement documents to each homeowner in the 108-8 Area including additional information for signing. Access Agreements must be signed and notarized by the homeowner by May 31st, 2022, before construction may begin.

You have the option to either mail your signed and notarized Access Agreement back to the County or attend a Signing Session at the Wyandanch Senior Center located at 28 Wyandanch Ave in Wyandanch. At a session, you are welcome to ask the project team questions, have your documents notarized, and submit your Access Agreement. If you choose to submit the documents in person, do not sign the documents before you bring them to the meeting. All owners must be present and have photo identification. At each session, the County will provide a notary to notarize documents after you sign them.

Mail to County:
CARLLS RIVER WATERSHED SEWER PROJECT, 108-8
C/O DIVISION OF REAL ESTATE – 2ND FLOOR
H LEE DENNISON BLDG
100 VETERANS MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
PO BOX 6100
HAUPPAUGE, NY 11788-0099

Signing Sessions at Wyandanch Senior Center

Staff will be available on the following dates:

Wednesday May 4 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Thursday May 5 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Tuesday May 10 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Thursday May 12 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Monday May 16 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Monday May 23 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Wednesday May 25 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Sewers Hook-up Benefits


The high density of small residential parcels, coupled with high groundwater tables is cause for concern for failing onsite systems that may contribute to groundwater contamination with waterborne microorganisms, metals, organic compounds, nutrients, pharmaceuticals, and personal care product chemicals. Surface water quality is also a major concern as contaminated groundwater can potentially flow into surface water bodies and cause further contamination and pose potential human health concerns.

Environmental Benefits


The Carlls River is the fourth largest river system in Long Island. Known for its stocked brown and rainbow trout, the Carlls River hosts numerous valuable eco-systems and is a recreational treasure for Suffolk County residents.

Community Outreach


Suffolk County continues to keep its residents informed and up-to-date about the many infrastructure and community improvement projects it is planning so we want you to be informed. Join us at one of the local meetings that we are planning or sign up for our Carlls’ River Sewer Watershed Project Newsletter.