John C. Armentano focuses his practice on land use and municipal law and represents clients in both the trial and appellate level in connection with litigation matters involving towns and villages. He contributes to the firm’s Long Island Land Use and Zoning blog.
John is well-versed in all aspects of zoning, land use, SEQRA and environmental rules and regulations, including wetland and brownfield regulations. He prepares land use and zoning applications before various municipal boards across Long Island, including trustees, zoning boards of appeals and planning boards. He also presents applications for site plan review, subdivisions, and variances in towns and villages throughout Nassau and Suffolk.
In addition, John prepares Agricultural property applications adding land to locally approved state certified Agricultural Districts and resolving agricultural land use disputes.
He also represents clients in environmental application, permits and violation hearings before the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) for wetlands and waterfront structures. John handles property disputes and riparian right matters throughout Long Island.
John serves as environmental counsel to the Peconic River Sportsman’s Club, is counsel to the Captain James Corrigan Memorial Foundation, and is counsel to the Village of Huntington Bay board of zoning appeals. He has also held a position as planner II at the Nassau County Planning Commission.