Coram Civic Association

   Welcome to the Coram Civic Association Website!

UPCOMING EVENTS-----------------------------
Saturday, Sep 23rd - Yard Sale
Saturday, Oct 14th -
Victorian Tea
Upcoming Events for details
Monday, September 25
Coram Civic Association General Meeting
          "Meet The Candidates Night"
  Meet the candidates running for the Brookhaven Town Council

Invited Guest Speakers...
For Brookhaven Town Supervisor... 
Incumbent Edward P. Romaine (R) & Jack Harrington (D)
For Town Council 1st District...
Incumbent Valerie Cartright (D)
For Town Council 2nd District...
Incumbent Jane Bonner (I-R) &  Michael Goodman (D)
For Town Council 4th District...
Incumbent Michael Loguercio (R) & Dan Polner (D)
For Brookhaven Town Clerk...

Incumbent Donna Lent (R) & Cindy Morris (D)
For Brookhaven Highway Supervisor...
Incumbent Dan Losquadro (R) & Anthony Portesy (D)

                   Monday, September 25 starting at 7:30 PM
                    Coram Fire Department Community Room
                                   303 Middle Country Road
                                     (Next to McDonald's)

and furthermore...

Tuesday, November 7th
Ballot Question No. 1:
Shall there be a convention to revise the constitution and amend the same?
Residents in November will vote on a statewide referendum to hold a convention to make changes to the New York State Constitution. The state constitution mandates that every 20 years voters get the opportunity to cast ballots on holding a convention. “If the public votes for a convention it’s because the public wants change,” said Evan Davis, manager of the Committee for a Constitutional Convention. For example, Davis said convention delegates could create a commission to sanction lawmakers for official misconduct; more fairly disburse state education funds; and prevent judges from being chosen by political party bosses. State lawmakers and [public] labor unions all oppose a convention. This is quite an interesting and high impact subject that mostly no one knows much about. 
Going forward, your Coram Civic will be providing their members with as much background info as we can in an effort to assist you with making an informed decision on the November ballot. 

In 1997, 40.3% of the people who actually went to the polls to vote DID NOT CAST A VOTE either yea or nay on the Ballot Question No. 1: Shall there be a convention to revise the constitution and amend the same? The reason why is simply that the majority of folks had absolutely no idea what the question even referred to! Since this question is only put before the NYS electorate every 20 years (locusts come around more often!), we feel an obligation to our membership to provide you with as much info as possible in order for you to make an informed choice on November 7th! 
Going forward, we shall do just that. Keep visiting our site for up-to-date info as it becomes available on the subject of CON-CON; the NYS Constitutional Convention. Special interest groups will be spending untold dollars marketing their positions on this question prior to the ballot. We will make every effort to remain as bi-partisan as possible in providing you with the factual info.

BROOKHAVEN gets top S&P credit rating NEWSDAY; Apr 5, 2017
Standard & Poor’s has reaffirmed Brookhaven’s AAA credit rating--the highest designation the financial agency issues--citing the town’s strong fiscal position and commitment…read article
Thank you!... to Brookhaven Town Supervisor Edward P. Romaine, and our local representatives Councilman Michael Loguercio, Councilwoman Jane Bonner, and Councilwoman Valerie Cartright along with the entire Brookhaven Town Council and Highway Superintendent Dan Losquadro for your collective fiscal prowess! 


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Your Coram Civic Associationproudly supports...
...for more information, Longwood Blessings in a Backpack

The Longwood Central School District and the Coram civic Association wants to join with you to "Stand Up Against Bullying!". For more information...
                                                   Click here! 

Our website is intended to provide the people of Coram with a centralized place to access all the current happenings in the community affecting them. Our goal is to provide you with the history of Coram as well as to keep you informed and invite you to become an active member of the community so you can influence the plans being made by your officials before the decisions are made! Please check out the tabs on the left side of this page for further information in areas of interest.

DISCLAIMER: Coram Civic offers this information to the community as a public service only. It is not intended to imply support for or against any particular organization, group, political party, concept or opinion. It is recommended that the community members perform due diligence to verify and validate any and all information before making personal decisions.