Farrell Fritz Partner Charlotte A. Biblow Elected President of the Board of Directors of Sustainable Long Island

August 05, 2013

Farrell Fritz is pleased to announce that partner Charlotte A. Biblow has recently been elected President of the board of directors of Sustainable Long Island. She will serve a two year term. The following were also elected to the board: Lauren Furst, Executive Vice President; Robert Bernard, Treasurer and Len Axinn, Secretary.

Ms. Biblow, a Bayside, NY resident, leads the firm’s environmental practice group. She is a contributor to the firm’s Long Island Land Use & Zoning blog and writes a column for the New York Law Journal on State Environmental Regulation. Ms. Biblow also serves on the boards of the Queensborough Community College Fund, Inc. and the Women’s Fund of Long Island (formerly the Long Island Fund for Women and Girls).

Ms. Biblow earned her Juris Doctor degree from St. John’s University School of Law; her Master of Science degree from Hunter College and her Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Albany.

Sustainable Long Island is a nonprofit organization focused on the economic development, environmental health and social equality of all Long Islanders. To learn more click here.

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