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A NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation program: In 2019, Southold Town made a commitment to act by passing the Climate Smart Community pledge in 2019. There is a suite of actions that support local governments to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to a changing climate. Read more about what you can do, whether you are a resident, a business, or local government.
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Town Code: Chapters 96, 111 and 275 (each of these chapters should be hyperlinked to the Chapter’s first page). The Town adopted Codes to protect our wetlands, bluffs, waters, residents, and businesses from impacts of living on lands surrounded on three sides by high energy waters (LI Sound, Peconic Bay, Atlantic Ocean). Prior to planning for land-use permits, please review these Codes to made sure your project is complying with the latest regulations.
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Local government officials that implement Climate Smart Communities Certification can expect to: