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Thursday, 27 April 2017 - EMERGING CONTAMINANTS

A Round Table Discussion Regarding

Perfluorinated Alkyl Substances (PFAS)

A technical presentation and round table discussion featuring a panel of subject matter experts from the environmental consulting/engineering, analytical and chemical manufacturing industries.

What are PFAS and why should I care?

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) such as perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) are a large and complex class of anthropogenic compounds whose prevalence in the environment have become an emerging, worldwide priority in environmental and human health. Certain compounds are believed to be environmentally persistent, and bioaccumulative, and pose human health risks. Recent high-profile cases involving human exposure in the United States have further focused both public and regulatory scrutiny on PFASs.

The scientific community’s understanding of PFAS is growing and changing rapidly.  However, environmental industry practitioners, regulators and policy makers alike need a broader technical understanding of core topics such as:

  1. History and Use of Environmental Sources

  2. Nomenclature Overview and Physicochemical Properties

  3. Fate and Transport

  4. Site Characterization Tools, Sampling Techniques,

  5. Laboratory Analytical/Data Validation Methods

  6. Remediation Technologies and Methods, and

  7. Regulatory Summary - Currently Available Standards/Health Advisories.

Come join us for an evening of education, professional camaraderie and fun!!

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
at
Dave & Buster's
1856 Veterans Memorial Hwy,
Islandia, NY
Exit 57 on the L.I.E., 1/2 of a mile south of the L.I.E.

Reservations required by Monday, 24 April 2017

Preregistration: $60 members, $80 non-members.

Registration at the door $70 members, $85 non-members (cash / credit cards accepted).

Companies and agencies may sponsor and host geology students at this meeting. If you would like to sponsor a geology student, please click on "Add special instructions to the seller" on the paypal page and include a note that you would like to sponsor a student. Students may be sponsored at the $50 rate.

Register now using PayPal (please include a note with the names of all guests attending and the name of the company/school)

Click to Pay $60 Member Price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to Pay $80 Non-Member price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to Sponsor a Student at the $50 rate

Or send a check along with the names of guests to:
LIAPG
200 Orville Drive, Unit 8
Bohemia, NY 11716



Thursday, 16 February 2017 

Presented by:

Dennis Askins of the New York City Department of Design & Construction 

A colorful discussion on different types of subsurface interference encountered in infrastructure projects along streets, roads, and highways. The development history of New York City spans more than 400 years. The five boroughs of New York City cover an area of more than 300 Square miles. There are more than 6,000 miles of streets, roads, and highways that criss-cross this metropolis. This Presentation utilizes maps, photo’s, engineering drawings and utility records to demonstrate subsurface interference that can be predetermined prior to the Design and Construction of NYC DDC Infrastructure projects. Subsurface Interference Investigation from an Engineering perspective includes buried tracks, pier foundations, abandoned and active utilities, tunnels, vaults, and other man-made and natural obstructions.

Biographical Sketch

Dennis Askins is an engineering geologist with Site Engineering and Topographical Services Unit, Safety, and Site Support Division with New York City Department of Design and Construction: He has been a working with city agencies since 1990. He holds a Professional Geologist license in the State of Tennessee. He received a Bachelor of Science in Geology from Brooklyn College, CUNY, in 1980. He is also an Expert on buried tracks and rail systems throughout the 5 boroughs.

He is also the author of the “DDC NYC Trolley Tracks, Yokes, and Elevated Subway Foundation Investigation Book” published in 2009 and updated edition in 2011.

Come join us for an evening of education, professional camaraderie and fun!!

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
at
Dave & Buster's
1856 Veterans Memorial Hwy,
Islandia, NY
Exit 57 on the L.I.E., 1/2 of a mile south of the L.I.E.

Reservations required by Friday, 10 February 2017

Preregistration: $60 members, $80 non-members.

Registration at the door $70 members, $85 non-members (cash / credit cards accepted).

Companies and agencies may sponsor and host geology students at this meeting. If you would like to sponsor a geology student, please click on "Add special instructions to the seller" on the paypal page and include a note that you would like to sponsor a student. Students may be sponsored at the $50 rate.

Register now using PayPal (please include a note with the names of all guests attending and the name of the company/school)

Click to Pay $60 Member Price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to Pay $80 Non-Member price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to Sponsor a Student at the $50 rate

Or send a check along with the names of guests to:
LIAPG
200 Orville Drive, Unit 8
Bohemia, NY 11716



Thursday, 17 November 2016

Rules of Unprofessional Conduct Applicable to Geologists:

Ignore Them At The Risk of Losing Your Hard Fought License!

Presented by:

Fred Eisenbud of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP

 

Once you receive your New York State Professional Geologist license, you will be subject to the same rules of professional conduct as for all other licensed professions in New York State.

To ensure public protection, the New York State Education Department's Office of the Professions (OP) investigates and prosecutes professional misconduct in over 50 other licensed professions in New York State.  Professional misconduct is the failure of a licensed professional to meet expected standards of practice defined in Education Law and in the Rules of the Board of Regents which includes the following:

  • Engaging in acts of gross incompetence or gross negligence on a single occasion, or negligence or incompetence on more than one occasion

  • Permitting or aiding an unlicensed person to perform activities requiring a license

  • Refusing a client or patient service because of race, creed, color, or national origin

  • Practicing beyond the scope of the profession

  • Releasing confidential information without authorization

  • Being convicted of a crime

  • Failing to return or provide copies of records on request

  • Being sexually or physically abusive

  • Abandoning or neglecting a patient in need of immediate care

  • Performing unnecessary work or unauthorized services

  • Practicing under the influece of alcohol or other drugs

A range of penalties for misconduct can be imposed that includes censure and reprimand, fines (up to $10K for each violation), suspensions and/or probationary terms, and possibly revocation of the professional's license.

It IS therefore incumbent upon each of us making application for licensure to become well informed and understand what professional misconduct means and the potential resultant consequences.  Come join us for an evening of education, professional camaraderie and fun!!

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
at
Dave & Buster's
1856 Veterans Memorial Hwy,
Islandia, NY
Exit 57 on the L.I.E., 1/2 of a mile south of the L.I.E.

Reservations required by Friday, 11 November 2016

Preregistration: $50 members, $70 non-members.

Registration at the door $60 members, $80 non-members (cash / credit cards accepted).

Companies and agencies may sponsor and host geology students at this meeting. If you would like to sponsor a geology student, please click on "Add special instructions to the seller" on the paypal page and include a note that you would like to sponsor a student. Students may be sponsored at the $45 rate.

Register now using PayPal (please include a note with the names of all guests attending and the name of the company/school)

Click to Pay $50 Member Price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to Pay $70 Non-Member price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to Sponsor a Student at the $45 rate

Or send a check along with the names of guests to:
LIAPG
200 Orville Drive, Unit 8
Bohemia, NY 11716


Thursday, 29 September 2016

WaterTraq

Mapping Long Island’s Groundwater Quality 

Presented by Tyrand Fuller, C.P.G.

Director of Strategic Initiatives/Lead Hydrogeologist at Suffolk County Water Authority

 

In 2014, a partnership was formed between Nassau and Suffolk counties known as the Long Island Commission for Aquifer Protection (L.I.C.A.P.). As stated in the L.I.C.A.P. mission, this bi-county entity was formed to address both quality and quantity issues facing the Long Island aquifer system, and to advocate for a coordinated regional approach to groundwater resources management. In working with this coordinated approach water suppliers across Long Island shared water quality data for calendar year 2015, along with locations of their public supply wells (below figure) and well attributes (well depth, aquifer type, district, etc). The data obtained was exported in Microsoft Excel and transferred into ArcGIS. The creation of this system allows for water utilities and public agencies to search for any sampled analyte and have results visually displayed by concentration range and location.

Click Here For Abstract

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
at
Dave & Buster's
1856 Veterans Memorial Hwy,
Islandia, NY
Exit 57 on the L.I.E., 1/2 of a mile south of the L.I.E.

Reservations required by Friday, 23 September 2016.
Preregistration: $50 members, $70 non-members.

Registration at the door $60 members, $80 non-members (cash / credit cards accepted).

Companies and agencies may sponsor and host geology students at this meeting. If you would like to sponsor a geology student, please click on "Add special instructions to the seller" on the paypal page and include a note that you would like to sponsor a student. Students may be sponsored at the $45 rate.

Register now using PayPal (please include a note with the names of all guests attending and the name of the company/school)

Click to Pay $50 Member Price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to pay $70 non-member price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to sponsor a student at the $45 rate

Or send a check along with the names of guests to:
LIAPG
200 Orville Drive, Unit 8
Bohemia, NY 11716


Wednesday, 29 June 2016

An Update: Progress Toward NYS Professional Geologist Licensure In 2016

It's Coming: Are You Informed & Prepared?

Presented by John M. Nadeau, CPG, 2015-2016 Legislative/Transition Chairman & NYSCPG Past President

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
at
Dave & Buster's
1856 Veterans Memorial Hwy,
Islandia, NY
Exit 57 on the L.I.E., 1/2 of a mile south of the L.I.E.

Thank you SGS Accutest Laboratories for your refreshment sponsorship!

Thank you EPhase2, LLC for your refreshment sponsorship!

‚ÄčThank you Longshore Environmental for your refreshment sponsorship!

Thank you ZEB Environmental Solutions, Inc. for your student sponsorship!

Reservations required by Friday, 24 June 2016.
Preregistration: $50 members, $70 non-members.

Registration at the door $60 members, $80 non-members (cash / credit cards accepted).

Companies and agencies may sponsor and host geology students at this meeting. If you would like to sponsor a geology student, please click on "Add special instructions to the seller" on the paypal page and include a note that you would like to sponsor a student. Students may be sponsored at the $45 rate.

Register now using PayPal (please include a note with the names of all guests attending and the name of the company/school)

Click to Pay $50 Member Price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to pay $70 non-member price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to sponsor a student at the $45 rate

Or send a check along with the names of guests to:
LIAPG
200 Orville Drive, Unit 8

Bohemia, NY 11716


 

Wednesday March 9, 2016

Exploring Environmental Liability Risks of Engineers and Geologists in New York State

Presented by Fred Eisenbud of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
at
Dave & Buster's
1856 Veterans Memorial Hwy,
Islandia, NY
Exit 57 on the L.I.E., 1/2 of a mile south of the L.I.E.

The cocktail hour will be sponsored by Alpha Analytical and Impact Environmental!

Alpha Analytical

Impact Environmental

If you are interested in sponsoring the bar, please contact us!

Reservations required by Friday, March 4, 2016.
Preregistration: $50 members, $70 non-members.

Registration at the door $60 members, $80 non-members (cash / credit cards accepted).

Companies and agencies may sponsor and host geology students at this meeting. If you would like to sponsor a geology student, please click on "Add special instructions to the seller" on the paypal page and include a note that you would like to sponsor a student. Students may be sponsored at the $45 rate.

Register now using PayPal (please include a note with the names of all guests attending and the name of the company/school)

Click to Pay $50 Member Price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to pay $70 non-member price for LIAPG Dinner

Click to sponsor a student at the $45 rate

Or send a check along with the names of guests to:
LIAPG
200 Orville Drive, Unit 8
Bohemia, NY 11716


Tuesday, November 17, 2015

A Practical Review and Summary of the Recent EPA Vapor Intrusion Guidance Updates

Since the release in 2002 of the Environmental Protection Agency's Vapor Intrusion Guidance, from practical research data and field experience, there has been a significant increase in the understanding of how to complete successful VI pathway investigations. Vapor Intrusion investigations can be complex and confusing. The June 2015 release, finalized the EPA Vapor Intrusion Guidance with two documents.

  • OSWER Technical Guide for Assessing and Mitigating the Vapor Intrusion Pathway from Subsurface Vapor Sources to Indoor Air (referred to as the VI Technical Guide
  • Technical Guide for Addressing Petroleum Vapor Intrusion at Leaking Underground Storage Tank Sites (referred to as the PVI Guidance)

The presentation will discuss the main points of these documents, review the updates made and summarize the best practices to ensure data quality and confidence in decision making when planning & conducting VI investigations.

Presented by Will Elcoate of Alpha Analytical
Will Elcoate is a National Air Program Manager for the Air Program for Alpha Analytical Laboratories. Since 1987, he has worked in the environmental laboratory testing industry. Will’s current responsibilities include the technical and regulatory support for Alpha’s Air program. He is currently on the ITRC Web based training team for the ITRC PVI guidance released earlier this year. Will earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Bath University, Bath, North East Somerset, UK in 1974.

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
at
Holiday Inn, Plainview
215 Sunnyside Blvd.
Exit 46 on the L.I.E., just off the service road.

The cocktail hour will be sponsored by Alpha Analytical and Zebra Environmental!

Alpha Analytical

Zebra Environmental

Zebra Environmental


TUESDAY, September 22, 2015

Enhanced Groundwater Remediation Using Activated Carbon

Presented by Maureen Dooley of Regenesis

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
at
Holiday Inn, Plainview
215 Sunnyside Blvd.
Exit 46 on the L.I.E., just off the service road.
516-347-7400

Thank you to our bar sponsors Regenesis, Pace Analytical, and Clearbrook!


Pace

Clearbrook


Thursday, June 25, 2015

Changes to the NYS Brownfield Cleanup Program Law

Presented by Jane O'Connell, NYSDEC Bureau Chief Superfund and Brownfield Cleanup Section Region 2

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
at
Holiday Inn, Plainview
215 Sunnyside Blvd.
Exit 46 on the L.I.E., just off the service road.
516-347-7400

Thank you to our bar sponsors Alpha Analytical Laboratories, P.W. Grosser Consulting, Trinity Environmental Corp, and Zeb Environmental Solutions!

bar sponsors


Thursday, May 14, 2015

Joint Meeting and Field Trip With the Northeast Chapter of AIPG

Check out LIAPG's pictures from the Orchard Beach Field Trip!

The Northeast Section of AIPG (NE-AIPG) and Long Island Association of Professional Geologists (LIAPG) invites all members and their guests to attend the 2015 Spring Meeting at Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx, NY.

A highlight of this meeting is a guided trip to Orchard Beach to observe various outcrops of metamorphic rocks. Pelham Bay Park is New York City's largest park, more than three times the size of Central Park. Drs. Nicholas Coch and Patrick Brock from Queens College will lead the tour. Read more about the park history and its features on this flyer.

Following the tour, please join us for a joint meeting with the LIAPG at Austin's Steak & Ale House, 82-70 Austin Street, Kew Gardens, New York. There will be a joint social hour before dinner, and a presentation of Slayback Awards to NE-AIPG honored members, followed by dinner. Dr. Coch will provide an after-dinner presentation that focuses on the unique vulnerability of the NYC-NJ metropolitan area to hurricanes and the associated impacts. Please see the flyer for additional information on the presentation.

The day's agenda includes:
1:00 – 3:00 PM: Tour of Orchard Beach metamorphic geology at Pelham State Park, Bronx, NY,
4:00 - 5:30 PM: NE-AIPG Executive Committee Meeting (general membership is welcome),
5:30 - 6:20 PM: Joint networking and cocktails with LIAPG at Austin's Steak & Ale House
6:20 - 6:40 PM: NE-AIPG Presentation of the Slayback Awards
6:40 PM: Joint Dinner Meeting with LIAPG at Austin's Steak & Ale House ($40/person)
7:15 PM: Presentation by Nick Coch (program ending at approximately 8:00 PM).

To register for the event, please proceed to the Northeast AIPG website.

Thank you to our sponsors for this event!

Associated Environmental Services
Associated Environmental Services

Alpha Analytical Laboratories
Alpha Analytical Laboratories

Island Pump and Tank
Island Pump and Tank

Land Air Water Environmental Services
Land Air Water Environmental Services

P.W. Grosser Consulting
P.W. Grosser Consulting

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Review of a Comprehensive, Alternate Approach for PCB Congener and Homolog Analysis

Presented by James F. Occhialini & Cynthia McQueen

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
Board Meeting at 5:00 p.m.
at
Holiday Inn, Plainview
215 Sunnyside Blvd.
Exit 46 on the L.I.E., just off the service road.
516-347-7400

Reservations required by Monday, February 16, 2015.
Preregistration: $50.00 members, $70.00 non-members.

Registration at the door $60.00 members, $80.00 non-members (cash / credit cards accepted).

We would like to encourage attendance by local regulators. The LIAPG members will underwrite the cost for up to two members from each of the Suffolk County and Nassau County Health Departments and the NYSDEC. Please contact Cheryl Neary (631-462-2226) to sign up under this special arrangement.

Companies and agencies may sponsor and host geology students at this meeting. If you would like to sponsor a geology student, please pay for and note that you are supporting a student on your registration form. Students may be sponsored at the $45.00 rate.


Thursday November 20, 2014

What do you need to know about tank compliance?

Proposed Revisions to Regulations: Bulk Storage of Petroleum and Chemicals; Management of Used Oil
Presented by Cheryl Neary and Tom McClain of Island Pump and Tank

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
Board Meeting at 5:00 p.m.
at
Holiday Inn, Plainview
215 Sunnyside Blvd.
Exit 46 on the L.I.E., just off the service road.
516-347-7400

Reservations required by Monday, November 17, 2014.
Preregistration: $45.00 members, $55.00 non-members.

Registration at the door $50.00 members, $60.00 non-members (cash / credit cards accepted).

We would like to encourage attendance by local regulators. The LIAPG members will underwrite the cost for up to two members from each of the Suffolk County and Nassau County Health Departments and the NYSDEC. Please contact Cheryl Neary (631-462-2226) to sign up under this special arrangement.

Companies and agencies may sponsor and host geology students at this meeting. If you would like to sponsor a geology student, please pay for and note that you are supporting a student on your registration form. Students may be sponsored at the $45.00 rate.

Send checks to: Cheryl Neary, c/o Island Pump & Tank Corp. 40 Doyle Court E. Northport, New York 11731


Thursday September 18, 2014

NYS Assemblyman Steve Englebright, sponser of the Professional Geologists Bill, will be attending this meeting.

Superstorm Sandy Resiliency Intervention Design for The South Shore of Long Island (Rebuild-by-Design)

Richard Baldwin
Program Manager of Resiliency Services
Apex Companies, LLC

As part of a multi-disciplinary, multi-national team of scientists, architects, engineers, planners and designers, Mr. Baldwin and Apex were key members of the Interboro Team in designing resiliency interventions for the southern shore of Long Island as part of the HUD-sponsored design competition commissioned under the President’s Super-Storm Sandy Rebuilding Task Force. Critical infrastructure vulnerabilities were assessed, including hospitals and emergency response facilities and critical access routes, including elevation analysis relative to storm surge and sea level rise. Power, communications, water and sewer systems within storm and flood vulnerable areas were studied to facilitate design of resilient interventions as protective measures. The Team has developed a set of comprehensive prototypical and catalytic solutions to storm surge, flood, and storm-water issues that plague the region and has submitted those solutions to granting institutions on behalf of Nassau County and the cities, towns and villages of the South Shore of the County. To date, Apex has provided assessment, conceptualization, design and cost estimating services for innovative interventions that are proposed in response to the vulnerabilities that Super-Storm Sandy made evident. The Apex Team provided the expertise necessary to apply the Dutch intervention solutions to the US situation, including analysis of infrastructure compatibility, design consistency, raw materials and parts availability, permitability, cost estimating, cost-benefit analyses, and consistency with other State and Federal initiatives, including NY Rising and US Army Corps of Engineers initiatives. The Interboro Team was selected by HUD and RBD based on its Phase I submission, and has successfully completed Stage II, and submitted its Stage III package to RBD and HUD. In June of 2014, the Teams’ “Room for the River” component of the overall plan was selected for implementation and an initial $125,000,000 was slated by HUD to support its implementation. Additional information on the Rebuild-by-Design Initiative can be found at www.rebuildbydesign.org.

Cocktails/Networking 6:00 p.m.: Dinner 7:00 p.m.: Presentation 7:45 p.m.
Board Meeting at 5:00 p.m.
at
Holiday Inn, Plainview
215 Sunnyside Blvd.
Exit 46 on the L.I.E., just off the service road.
516-347-7400

Reservations required by Monday, September 15, 2014.
Preregistration: $45.00 members, $55.00 non-members. Dinner and cash bar.

Beer and Wine provided by Associated Environmental Services, Ltd.

Registration at the door $50.00 members, $60.00 non-members (cash / credit cards accepted).

We would like to encourage attendance by local regulators. The LIAPG members will underwrite the cost for up to two members from each of the Suffolk County and Nassau County Health Departments and the NYSDEC. Please contact Cheryl Neary (631-462-2226) to sign up under this special arrangement.

Companies and agencies may sponsor and host geology students at this meeting. If you would like to sponsor a geology student, please pay for and note that you are supporting a student on your registration form. Students may be sponsored at the $45.00 rate.

Send checks to: Cheryl Neary, c/o Island Pump & Tank Corp. 40 Doyle Court E. Northport, New York 11731

Click to download flyer announcement suitable for posting and mail-in registration form.

Register now using PayPal


Conferences and Field Trips

Friday, 9 June 2017

LIAPG Field Trip To Plum Island

                                         

What Is It All About?: The visit will be hosted by Long Island Association of Professional Geologists (LIAPG) Board Member and Plm Island Animal Disease Center’s (PIADC) Environmental Protection Manager, Tom Dwyer.  This field trip will focus on PIADC’s mission, and Plum Island geology/glacial geomorphology.  Click Here for details about Plum Island’s history, current use, and glacial geomorphology.

Plan For The Day: The field trip will feature round-trip coach bus transport picking up field trip attendees from the LIE Exit 63 (Farmingville) Park & Ride location @ 07:15 hrs.  The bus will transport the field trip group for 09:00 hr check-in to board 09:30 hr Plum Island Ferry in Orient, NY.

Once on Plum Island, it will be a fast-paced day. We will start with a “meet and greet” and introduction of PIADC personnel, followed by briefings about the PIADC mission and Plum Island geology, which is composed of deposits from the Hudson-Ontario lobe of the Laurentide Ice sheet laid down during the Wisconsin stage of the late Pleistocene.  This visit will culminate in a tour of the island that will emphasize the geologic processes that created the island and its landforms; and, history of Plum Island including the former Coastal Artillery Corp Ft. Terry.

After disembarking from the 14:30 hr ferry, we will board the bus for the return trip @ 14:50 hrs, which will stop for a 1-hour refreshment break before continuing on to drop attendees off back at the LIE Exit 63 (Farmingville) Park & Ride location @ ~17:45 hrs.  

How Do I Secure A Spot On This Trip?: This is a first-come, first-serve event limited to a total of 32 persons with advance security clearance/background check requirements where required information must be submitted to DHS by 6 April.  Because advance clearance/background checks are required, there will be no opportunity for a waiting list or attendee substitutions.  Hence, registration requires that each attendee provide the necessary background check information (see the Fine Print below) and payment of $40 to cover the cost of the coach bus.  So, in order to secure your spot on this field trip, you will need to by 6 April:  

1.      Send an email to Tom Dwyer at Tom.Dwyer@st.dhs.gov with the following information:

  • First and Last name
  • US citizenship status
  • Country of Origin
  • Residential address
  • Age as of scheduled visit date (if under 18 on date of visit)
  • Date of birth (not required if under 18 on date of visit)
  • SSN** (not required if under 18 on date of visit)
  • Telephone Number (not required if under 18 on date of visit) 

**If you are not comfortable emailing your SS#, you can give it to Tom verbally at 631-323-3045.  Tom will then email you a waiver form to be completed and returned.

2.      Submit your payment of $40 either via PayPal through this link:

Click to Pay $40 For 2017 Plum Island Field Trip

Or send a check along with the names of guests to:

LIAPG
200 Orville Drive, Unit 8
Bohemia, NY 11716

Civilian access to Plum Island is restricted to US Citizens ONLY.


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