March 27, 2017

Welcome to our new Noyac Civic Council website! We hope you will find it more user-friendly with accessible information.  Notice the calendar on the home page or click the calendar page for information on our upcoming events including

We’ve included recent photos of our meetings and activities, and most importantly, information on issues concerning the quality of life in Noyac. Among these are

  • the quality of our drinking water, ground water and bays
  • aircraft noise abatement
  • Long Beach issues
  • traffic calming along Noyac Road
  • land use
  • our charitable endeavors

As the NCC strives to improve communications, we welcome our members to contact us with any suggestions for our website, etc. The Noyac Civic Council is the voice of some 500+ members and constantly strives to improve our community as a whole.  As a result of our 60+ years of service, a mutual respect has been earned with our local elected and appointed officials which is paramount to servicing our community.

The NCC has launched its 2017 Membership Drive and urges all Noyac residents to become a part of the fabric of this vibrant organization.  Please send in your dues today! Click here for more info.



Elena Loreto, President NCC


January 2017

Dear NCC Members,

Noyac Civic Council Encourages Community Involvement!

The Suffolk County Health Department just released a comprehensive investigative report on compost/vegetative organic waste management facilities (VOWM). In light of the fact that the Sand Land Mine and mulching facility is seeking to expand 40 feet closer to the top of our aquifer, our source of groundwater on the East End, this report is significant. The samples analyzed in this study document a range of contaminants including 19 pesticides, multiple metals (including arsenic, manganese, cadmium, thallium and cobalt), elevated radiological detections, and a range of pharmaceutical and personal care products which can be associated with the deposition of septic waste. The study also confirmed the contamination of private wells in excess of maximum contaminant levels for several analytes (Mn, Cu, Fe, Zn) at the only test site where residences were located in close proximity to the VOWM operations. Click here to download a copy of the report. The "Recommendations" on page 95 are noteworthy.


  1. Contact the NYSDEC to support the recommendations of this study: Email acting Commissioner Basil Seggos  or call 518-402-8013.
  2. Send an email to your family and friends with this information.

NOTE:  The Sand Land Mine's appeal of the DEC's denial of its application to expand is nearing a trial date. The NCC Executive Committee will represent you, the community, in this judicial process. We are currently waiting for the judge to rule.

Elena Loreto, President
Noyac Civic Council

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Visit our NCC Supporters page! Click here to download our 60A Journal

New! Noyac Members' Discounts

NCC members and their dues are appreciated by all.  The Noyac Civic Council takes an active role in the quality of life issues of our hamlet. The NCC needs citizen volunteers to attend and report back on local meetings, help form and chair committees, facilitate outreach, etc. Please join the NCC and consider volunteering to promote the NCC's work.

Just call Elena at 631-725-3304 to learn more.

We hope to see you at our next meeting!