Blog Roundup: Business, Budget & More

A look at the past week's blog highlights.

Our bloggers cover everything from politics to health and personal reflections. Do you want to become a Patch blogger? Click here to learn more. Read on for some highlights among recent blog posts:

Great Success for Local Businesses

Robert Cassidy posted his first blog on behalf of the Northern Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce. Check out what events have been going on for local business owners, and what's on the horizon.

We Must Compromise to Prevent Harmful Budget Cuts

With sequestration cuts looming on March 1, Congressman Tim Bishop made his case against "the harmful cuts to the federal budget."

Coastal Steward cleans up after Super Storm Sandy

Pat Kuchcicki blogged on behalf of The Coastal Steward, a not for profit environmental organization based out of Port Jefferson. Guess how many tons of debris they removed in January from Mt. Sinai harbor and Centennial Park? Find out here.

New Children's Programs Offered at Port Jefferson Free Library

Margaret Smith with the Port Jefferson Free Library reminded readers of some upcoming events at the library: card collecting, babysitting and more.


Water Safety Tip of the Week: Know Infant & Child CPR

The Long Island Drowning Prevention Task Force informed readers where they can find a CPR class near them. Read on for more info.

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