The Suffolk County Board of Ethics continues to take steps to reduce the potential for exposure to
the coronavirus (COVID-19). Please be advised that the prior notice of a public meeting of the
Suffolk County Board of Ethics to be held on October 21, 2020 at 9:30 am is hereby amended in
accordance with Governor Cuomo’s recent Executive Order 202.1, which has suspended certain
provisions of Article 7 of the Public Officer’s Law relating to Open Meetings.
In his Executive Order, the Governor has ordered the following as it relates to the Open Meetings
Suspension of law allowing the attendance of meetings telephonically or other similar service:
Article 7 of the Public Officers Law, to the extent necessary to permit any public body to meet and
take such actions authorized by the law without permitting public in-person access to meetings
and authorizing such meetings to be held remotely by conference call or similar service, provided
that the public has the ability to view or listen to such proceeding and that such meetings are
recorded and later transcribed.
The Board of Ethics must keep its scheduled meeting on October 21, 2020 at 9:30 am to take
actions essential to the continuing operations of the Board, as set forth in the attached agenda. That
meeting has been previously noticed.
The Board of Ethics will meet in-person at 395 Oser Avenue, Hauppauge, New York in
Conference Room 27, with one member of the Board of Ethics participating by conference call in
accordance with the Executive Order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order 202.1,
please be further notified that the meeting shall be conducted without permitting in-person access
by the public.
While no public participation will be entertained, the public will be provided with the opportunity
to dial into the call at 9:30 am to listen as follows:
DIAL IN TELEPHONE #: 631-606-6621
PARTICIPATION CODE: 433627#
In order to provide the public with the ability to listen to the proceeding, if you dial in we ask that
you be reminded to keep your phone on mute to avoid having distortion on the call.
The meeting will be also recorded and later transcribed in accordance with the requirements of the
Governor’s Executive Order.