Babylon Town Supervisor Rich Schaffer recently joined with other local officials for the opening of Long Island Cares’ new Emergency Response and Recovery Services Center in Lindenhurst.
Long Island Cares is a not-for-profit organization that provides relief to those in need, including those who have been affected by Superstorm Sandy. The new center in Lindenhurst features a full food pantry and is fully stocked with supplies for those who were hit the hardest by the storm. The new location can be found at 163 North Wellwood Avenue and can be reached by phone at (631) 582-3663 ext. 103. Visit their website at www.licares.org.
Also in attendance were Deputy Supervisor Tony Martinez, Councilman Lindsay Henry, Receiver of Taxes Corrine DiSomma, Assemblyman Phil Boyle, County Legislator DuWayne Gregory, Mayor of Babylon Village Ralph Scordino, Village of Lindenhurst Clerk-Treasurer Sean Cullinane, and Long Island Cares Executive Director Paule Pachter.