Long Island Trail Lovers Coalition

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Pictures from the Paumanok Path Summit 2004



At a Southampton Trails Preservation Society meeting prior to the Paumanok Path Summit, Laura Smith, Environmental Analyst for the Southampton Community Preservation Program is sharing some encouraging advancements
in the Town’s initiative to close the gaps in the Paumanok Path. 
Around her, left to right: Ken Bieger, Howard Reisman, Tony Garro, Barbara Bornstein, Dianne Rulnick, Chip Dineen, and Dai Dayton.

Steve Biasetti Environmental Analyst of the Group for the South Fork
said that the major challenge to completing the Paumanok Path
lies between Hampton Bays and Tuckahoe.

Ray Corwin acting on behalf of the Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference draws on his years of experience leading meetings for the Pine Barrens Commission to keep the presentations moving smoothly.

Gene Makl, a member and past president of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society, said that, regarding stewardship, the Objective is to “ensure the Paumanok Path is safe easily accessible and user friendly”.





Tom Isles, Director of Planning for Suffolk County
said that the trails groups should let the County know about
key areas of land that are needed for completion of the Paumanok Path.


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Ken Kindler
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Sayville NY 11782

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