In Fall 2019, a construction grant in the amount of $282,170 was approved by the New York State Department of Education. On Wednesday, October 21, New York State Assemblyman Steve Stern stopped by to present a check to the Half Hollow Hills Community Library (HHHCL). This generous grant will off-set costs for the I/A Sanitation System required by Suffolk County. An I/A Sanitation System protects Long Island drinking water from contamination and keeps our natural aquifers safe. The HHCL is one of the few public libraries in Suffolk County with this system.
Image: Helen Crosson, HHHCL Library Director; Wayne Griffith, HHHCL Board of Trustees; Steve Stern, NYS Assemblyman; Charlene Muhr, HHHCL Assistant Director; Larry Bloomstein, HHHCL Library Board of Trustees Location: HHHCL, 55 Vanderbilt Parkway, Dix Hills
Architectural image of your new, energy-efficient HHCL building.
Last Modified April 11, 2021