Action Long Island (ALI), established in 1981, is a volunteer nonprofit organization that provides its members with networking and advocacy opportunities through our task forces. The task forces are composed of ALI members who address key issues to educate themselves and others, and work to resolve public concerns through many different forums.
ALI is here for you - Long Island's businesses and residents. We bring leaders from the business, professional, labor, education, government, and civic communities together with local, county, state and federal officials to help us make positive changes. We do it because we live and work here too and because we want Long Island to be a great place to live.
If you do business on Long Island, chances are you have a concern or an issue that is relevant to you. At ALI, we have six Task Forces that cover a wide range of issues. You will find one that is a good fit for you. We invite you get involved. Don't see what you're looking for? Talk to us about it because we are always open to addressing the concerns of Long Island.
If you live on Long Island and drive on the parkways or turn on a light switch, ALI has affected your life. We don't believe in committees because we don't just talk about issues -- we do something about them. And that's why we have Task Forces. We're dedicated to getting results and our list of accomplishments for the past thirty years shows it.
(March 3, 2015, Hauppauge, NY) - Gentleman and lady, my name is Sheldon R. Sackstein, CPA, and I am the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Action Long Island, a former LIPA Trustee appointed by the former Governor Cuomo ...
(March 19, 2015, Newsday Reprint) -- Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's plan to refinance $2.5 billion more of LIPA's old debt faces challenges from state lawmakers seeking overhauls of power plants in their districts and limits on borrowing terms.