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NYAFEC was formed amid the realization that the green industry would be more effective by joining separate environmental horticultural industry groups together to pursue common goals and interests. The purpose of NYAFEC is to unite the individual efforts of these organizations to better coordinate activities, to educate lawmakers, policymakers and the public, to serve as a clearinghouse of information, to pursue legislative goals and actively participate in the regulatory process, while promoting the many benefits derived from environmental horticulture in New York. As a science-based organization, we consistently monitor the scientific community to acquire new information on the products that we utilize. It soon became apparent that there was a wide consensus that a political action committee would provide an effective complement to our work. They have consistently shown their ability to influence decisions favorable to our industry and a very effective system of communicating vital information and news to all corners of the state as it happens.
Hi all. I'm new to this group. I'm seeking some advice. We live in Huntington, NY. We have a 33 yr. Keith moved into his own home a little over a year ago in Commack. Keith has been having some significant aggressive behaviors, which have escalated since the Covid lockdown. As with many of you, we have just been able to do outdoor visits with him after months of not seeing him. His current psychiatrist has put him on a medication to help with aggression, however, it is leaving him as a zombie. After many phone calls, all I'm getting is a bit of lip service from the doctor's office.
And I never found that "good Mormon girl". Eventually I started feeling the way that you do, though. Only you will know. I married a NOMO after a lengthy temple marriage and divorce. By the way I work full time about 60 hours a week with my company and seem to never miss anything for my kid and can do all his bullshit also. Plus there's a lot of things we didn't get taught growing up that are slowly coming out through the Internet. Her husband recently - and finally - traded it in for a Prius. So we took the kids camping. It's a gross feeling.