Farmingville, NY – – On January 31, Supervisor Ed Romaine and Councilman Michael Loguercio attended the Greater Gordon Heights Chamber of Commerce installation of officers meeting at the Mott House in Coram. The Supervisor and Councilman spoke of their appreciation to the Chamber and presented each new officer with a Certificate of Congratulations. The mission of the Greater Gordon Heights Chamber of Commerce is to foster and develop commerce and commercial activities within the community of Gordon Heights; to help their members prosper and succeed through a pro-active working partnership with all levels of government and community organizations; and to achieve a strong local economy and high quality of life. Pictured at left, (left to right) are Councilman Loguercio swearing in the new officers President Edna White; Vice President Alyson Bass and Treasurer Megan Diehl. Pictured at right are (left to right) Supervisor Romaine; Vice President Alyson Bass; President Edna White and Treasurer Megan Diehl.
Supervisor Romaine said, “Thank you to the new and outgoing officers of the Greater Gordon Heights Chamber of Commerce. Their success is a direct result of the exceptional work that they do and their dedication to the residents and businesses in the community.”
Councilman Loguercio said, "Thank you to those who have offered to volunteer their time and talents while serving on the Executive Board of the chamber. I look forward to continuing to support our business community and working with you all for many years to come."