Coram Civic Association

About The Civic
 
Officers of the Coram Civic Association
 
Erma Gluck, President                   Jean Hartling, Recording Secretary

Martin Bailey, Vice President         Kathrine Soscia, Corresponding Secretary

W. Paul Ziems, Treasurer              Robert Gluck, Sergeant-At-Arms

Vana McClure, Membership Secretary



(L-R): W. Paul Ziems, Treasurer; Erma Gluck, President; Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone; Marvin Bailey, VP; Kathrine Soscia, Corresponding Secretary; and Robert Gluck, Sergeant-At-Arms. (Not shown in photo is Jean Hartling, Recording Secretary).

Executive Board Members
 

  Christopher Reilly                                  Richard Cloonan

Committees                             

MC Road Task Force                               Police Liaison
Erma Gluck, Chris Reilly                         Erma Gluck, Paul Ziems

Community Update                                Website 
Chris Reilly                                              Chris Reilly, Administrator                    

BNL Community Delegate                     Highway
Paul Ziems                                               Erma Gluck

Planning & Land Use                              Membership
Erma Gluck                                              Vana McClure, Chris Reilly

A Coram Landmark: The Davis Town Meeting House, Inc. 
(A/K/A the Lester H. Davis House, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Brookhaven Designated Landmark). The former Davis Town Meeting House Committee, previously of the Coram Civic Association, has now evolved into a completely separate and distinct entity and is fully incorporated as a NYS not-for-profit and is an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) charity organization.

The
Davis Town Meeting House Society, Inc. is dedicated to the preservation of the Lester H. Davis House located at the intersection of Middle Country Road and Coram-Mt. Sinai Road. The Board of Directors is led by president Maryanne Douglas. Please join them in their efforts to restore and preserve this historic landmark. Click on the link below for more information!
 
The Davis Town Meeting House Society