Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County
DPW's chief engineer edited a environmental consultant's report on air quality at the Cornell Cooperative Extension building in Riverhead, which has been mostly vacant for more than a year due to employee complaints of odors and illnesses.
County legislators are moving ahead with $450,000 replacement of HVAC units at Cooperative Extension building, where employees complained of odors and illness for over a year.
Master Gardener Volunteers transformed a desolate, neglected courtyard where the county gallows once stood into a tranquil place of beauty.
The county office building on Griffing Avenue has been largely vacated due to recurring complaints by workers over the past year of headaches, dizziness and nausea.