Councilwoman Jane Bonner
Jane Bonner, Councilwoman
Councilwoman Jane Bonner is a longtime advocate for the people of northeastern Brookhaven Town, where she was elected to the Town Council in 2007. Prior to her election, she served as the Legislative Aide to former Suffolk County Legislator Dan Losquadro. Jane has also served as president of the Rocky Point Civic Association, and during her tenure helped residents of the area by solving the problems they were experiencing in their neighborhoods. As a constituent services liaison she helped community members navigate their way through town, county, state and federal agencies.

As the past president of the Rocky Point Revitalization and Beautification Committee, her vision for a better future through responsible planning continues to have a positive effect on the community. She secured more than a half million dollars in grant money for the Rocky Point downtown business corridor, making Main Street more attractive and improving the quality of life for all residents.

Today, Councilwoman Bonner is a leading voice for Brookhaven residents, small business owners, seniors, children and the environment. Her actions on behalf of the constituents that she serves make a positive impact on the community. The Route 25A Corridor Study, which helped to achieve smart growth development all along the district’s busiest road, has saved small business mom and pops from big box stores and overdevelopment. She rescued the Nature Center at Cedar Beach from demolition and created an educational environmental learning center for children, and preserved hundreds of acres of land as open space to be enjoyed for generations to come.

Councilwoman Bonner was also instrumental in establishing a new solar code that bans clear cutting trees for solar farms anywhere in the Town. Infrastructure projects that she has supported along the north shore protect the water quality of the Long Island Sound, Mount Sinai Harbor, Wading River Duck Pond and more. As Town Board Liaison to the Finance, Councilwoman Bonner has worked tirelessly to cut wasteful spending and save taxpayer dollars by supporting a fiscally conservative budget.

Councilwoman Jane Bonner will continue to work to help make Brookhaven Town a better place to live for everyone.

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Single Stream Recycling

Curby Can “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

Learn more about Single Stream Recycling!

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). View a map of District 2.

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