Creek Defender Program

Posted: June 4, 2018

When Marshall Brown, from Save the Great South Bay, spoke at our March meeting, the message of how important the inland creeks are to the health of the Great South Bay resonated with everyone.  Our group realized that our little hamlet contained a number of the 41 inland creeks that feed directly into the bay… read more


An incident at 165 Montauk Highway

Posted: June 4, 2018

The BPCC was informed of an incident at 165 Montauk Highway in Blue Point on May 13th. After gathering information from the community, including a FOIL (Freedom of Information Law) report on police activity at the property, we reached out to Councilman Neil Foley regarding the on May 16th. On average, this property experiences 21+… read more


Seafield Backs Out

Posted: January 30, 2018

Seafield officially withdrew from the contract to purchase the Ursuline Center; therefore, the community’s fight against irresponsible development was a success. While many in our community will view this as a victory, the BPCC recognizes that it was not without cost. Deep divisions within our community were forged because of this fight, and now is… read more


Blue Point is Not Westhampton

The BPCC would like to reiterate the important fact that the proposed land where Seafield wishes to open their facility is zoned as single family residential.  Supporters of Seafield attempt to make comparisons between their Westhampton Beach (WHB) facility and the proposed Blue Point facility, but there simply is no comparison. The Seafield inpatient facility… read more

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A Good Neighbor?

In a recent article in The Long Island Advance, COO John Haley of Seafield Center stated, “We plan to be a good neighbor.”  The concerned citizens of Blue Point challenge Mr. Haley on this statement. While researching Seafield and its operations on Long Island, the BPCC uncovered some alarming facts.  For example, in 2001, New… read more

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Make Your Voice Heard

The community is in support of our position as evidenced by a current change.org petition that has gained over 1,700 signatures to date–equivalent to one per every household in Blue Point.  Our community is concerned about the quality of life changes that would result from Seafield’s proposed 76-bed inpatient drug treatment facility, including public safety,… read more

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No Re-Zoning

Regarding Seafield, the BPCC opposes irresponsible development and the zoning change that would be required from A1 – residential to NH-H – commercial health facility.  The location of the proposed Seafield treatment center is in the heart of a residential zone, and the required zoning change would set a dangerous precedent throughout the entire Town… read more

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