Healthy Environment, Strong Communities, Accountable Government

The Neighborhood Network

Long Island's Environmental Organization

Guiding Purpose

The Neighborhood Network fills the need for professional advocates for the environment and accountable government on Long Island, fighting for the common interest rather than special interests.

Mission Statement

The Neighborhood Network is dedicated to reclaiming the suburban and rural character of community life on Long Island by preserving our environmental resources; initiating efforts to employ clean energy technologies; advancing planning principles that foster stronger communities; and holding our governmental officials accountable by advancing reforms which set the highest ethical standards and keep the operation of government open to the public.

The Neighborhood Network Research Center, Inc., performs research, educational, and public informational activities. Contributions to the Neighborhood Network Research Center are tax deductible.

Board of Directors

Edward Thompson, Neal Lewis, Dave Robins, Karen Miller, Peter Vasilas.


Program and Membership Director - Demosthenes Maratos
Research Director - Andrew Manitt
Administrative Assistant - MaryAnn Rosati

Outreach Staff
Gilda Barrison, George Block, Jean Dipietro, Wayne Karol, Richard Roche.

Office Location

7180 Republic Airport

East Farmingdale, NY 11735

Phone: (631) 963-5454

Fax: (631) 777-8281

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Annual Report

For copies of the annual report of the Neighborhood Network Research Center, Inc., write to the Dept. of State, Office of Charities Registration, Albany, N.Y. 12213, or to our East Farmingdale address above.

Neighborhood Network
7180 Republic Airport, East Farmingdale, NY 11735 Tel: (631) 963-5454
Advocates for Long Island's Environment