Councilman Dan Panico
Daniel J. Panico, Councilman
CouncilmanPanico@brookhavenny.gov
631-451-6502
Dan Panico currently serves as Councilman and Deputy Supervisor for the Town of Brookhaven. He has authored landmark legislation including the tax cap, anti-nepotism law and sweeping ethics reform. A pioneer in the areas of land use, zoning and planning, he has preserved hundreds of acres of farmland and open space, worked to prevent over development, and has emphasized redevelopment of our existing developed lands. He is credited with spearheading the most aggressive crackdown on illegal housing and blighted structures in the history of Brookhaven Town. Raising the quality of life for all has been the hallmark of his tenure.

Raised in Mastic Beach, Dan graduated William Floyd High School. Upon graduation, Dan attended Stony Brook University where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Political Science. He earned a law degree from Touro Law School where he received numerous awards for his exemplary work and served as President of the Student Bar Association.

After graduation from law school, Dan practiced law and served as a Senior Deputy Suffolk County Clerk, managing both Supreme and County Court cases to provide for the orderly and efficient entry and filing of record-breaking litigation. He worked to make Suffolk County one of the first counties in New York State to utilize and implement electronic filing. In addition, he was a member of the Town of Brookhaven Planning Board, in which capacity, he helped shape the character of Brookhaven to ensure that development was done in a responsible manner. Dan won a seat on the Town Board in a special election on March 9th, 2010, following the death of his friend Keith Romaine.

In 2016, Dan was recognized by the Long Island Business News as a rising star at their prestigious “40 under 40” Annual Awards Gala. A practicing lawyer and public servant, Dan has always been drawn to the opportunity to help others.

Dan lives in Center Moriches with his wife Deanna, and their young son Grant.
Mastic Beach Village
Effective immediately, the Town of Brookhaven will begin to perform the following functions for Mastic Beach Village prior to January 1, 2018 when the Town will absorb all Mastic Beach Village functions.

Fire Prevention:
  • Plan review and issuance of permissions/permits for new construction and alterations in and on commercial properties. Compliance inspections and issuance of certificates of compliance
  • Plan, review and permit issuance from fire detection and fire protection systems in commercial buildings and properties, including but not limited to fire alarm system, carbon monoxide system, fire sprinkler system, special hazard extinguishing system related to fueling, cooking operations
  • Installation of Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) installation on both residential and commercial properties (including single family residence)
  • Annual operating permit applications, inspection(s) and issuance of same
  • Fire Cause and Origin Investigations
  • Hazardous Materials Incidents, response to and mitigation of same. Village agrees to assist in recouping expenses expended related to such a response pursuant to 30-8G (1, 2,)
  • Reponses to incidents and complaints of hazardous conditions, commercial, residential, including one- and two-family dwelling, structures and properties and roadways

  • Building Division:
  • Issuance of building permits and certificates; including the review of plans, review of applications, issuance of permits, performance of inspections and issuance of certificates
  • Issuance of house rental licenses and accessory apartment licenses; including the review of plans, review of applications and performance of inspections
  • Response to incidents during both regular business hours and after hours; including structural determinations of fire damaged buildings, and vehicles into buildings and the evaluation of flood damaged homes
  • Investigation of complaints and issuance of violations for PAAL (provisional accessory apartment license) and commercial property violations
  • Evaluation of Superstorm Sandy damaged homes
  • Locations
    Council District Six consists of Mastic, Mastic Beach, Shirley (parts of), Smith Point, Moriches, Center Moriches, East Moriches, Eastport, Manorville, East Yaphank (parts of), Calverton, Ridge (parts of), Brookhaven Hamlet (parts of). View a map of District 6.

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