Client Corner: Swezey Fuel

Swezey Fuel is the largest family owned full-service fuel oil company in Suffolk County. Founded by Nat Swezey in 1918, the company sold feed for horses before purchasing Dayton Hedges Coal and Feed Co. in 1921. This year, Swezey Fuel celebrates its 100thanniversary as a family-owned business. They kicked off the celebration with a customer …

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Client Corner: Seacoast Enterprises Associates, Inc. (S.E.A.)

S.E.A. was established in the 1970s by Richard “Dick” Mendelman and his business partner Leland “Buck” Burnett. Today, the company operates four marinas and two full-service boatyards in Three Mile Harbor, East Hampton, NY. The marina enterprises also include a waterside restaurant and services that range from watercraft rentals, gas and diesel fueling, boat and …

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Client Corner: Henry Hildreth, Hildreth’s Home Goods

Residence: Southampton Mission: America’s oldest and longest family-run, held and owned home essentials retailer at 51 Main Street Southampton, NY. Status: Celebrating 175 years in business, since 1842; Henry’s family, including his wife and children, are entering the business. Henry Hildreth was questioning whether he wanted to be the third-generation owner of Hildreth’s Home Goods. …

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Client Corner: Joe Densieski, Wastewater Works, Inc.

Name: Joe Densieski Residence: Riverhead Mission: To clean Long Island’s water of nitrates and other pollutants Status: Launching “green,” cost-effective home wastewater treatment system Partners: Hydro-Action Industries (manufacturer); Eco Supply Company (local distributor) Lifelong resident Joe Densieski remembers many childhood days of camping and swimming at East End beaches. His experience as a landscaper, excavator …

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New York State Paid Family Leave: The Facts

On July 19, 2017, New York State (NYS) released final implementing regulations confirming that employees who regularly work 20 hours or more each week will become eligible for NYS Paid Family Leave (PFL) after working 26 consecutive weeks for their covered employer. Employees who regularly work less than 20 hours per week become eligible on …

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