Farmingville, NY - On July 9, Congressman Lee Zeldin (center) visited Brookhaven Town Hall to deliver 10,000 face masks to the Brookhaven Chambers of Commerce Coalition. The face masks will be distributed to their local membership for use by employees and customers. The Congressman worked with Supervisor Ed Romaine (center, right) and the Town’s Division of Economic Development to arrange for delivery to Town Hall and the Chambers of Commerce representatives. Joining the Congressman and Supervisor Romaine were Councilwoman Jane Bonner (third from left), Councilwoman Valerie Cartright (fourth from left), Councilman Michael Loguercio (front right) and James Tullo, Deputy Director of the Town’s Industrial Development Agency (sixth from right). The Chambers of Commerce represented at the event were from Farmingville, Ronkonkoma, Port Jefferson-Terryville, Mastic, Moriches, Rocky Point-Sound Beach, Three Village, Middle Country and Patchogue.
Established in 1992, the Brookhaven Chambers of Commerce Coalition (BCCC) is a not-for-profit business organization. The coalition has a representation of 20 chambers in the Town of Brookhaven, with many who are actively involved in the BCCC. Their mission is to represent all Chambers of Commerce that are within the boundaries of the Town, and to support the vast numbers of businesses and professionals who are members of these chambers, in a uniform voice on common issues and concerns. For more information, visit the BCCC website. Stay up to date on Coronavirus news, information, safety guidelines and more on our Coronavirus page.
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