The Suffolk County Department of Public Works' Division of Vector Control plans to treat parts of the following salt marshes by helicopter to control mosquito larvae. Should weather conditions prevent completion of the work, it will be continued on the next suitable day.

Time and date of application: June 1st, 2016 5:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Method of application: Low altitude, large droplet liquid application

Name of Pesticide: VectoBac 12AS Liquid Concentrate (Bti - Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis) & Altosid Liquid Larvicide Concentrate (Methoprene)

Approximate location(s):

Marshes that will be treated are marked "Yes."

Town of Babylon Treat? Town of Brookhaven (cont.) Treat?

Sore Thumb Fireplace Neck Yes

Oak Beach Wertheim NWR Pending

Oak Beach North Manor of St. George

West Gilgo Yes Smith Point North

Gilgo Johns Neck Creek

Cedar Beach Mastic Beach

Cedar Beach Golf Course Pattersquash Island

Oak Island Town of Southampton

Ox/Helicopter Island Stokes Poges

Gilgo Island Jagger Lane Yes

Town of Islip Apacuck Point

Robert Moses CG Station Moneybogue Bay

Clam Pond Westhampton Dunes

Captree Island East Dune Rd (Overton)

Gardiner Park Yes Meadow Lane Yes

Admiralty/Isbrandtsen North Haven

Scully Yes Iron Point

Seatuck NWR North Sea Yes

Islip Preserve Yes Town of East Hampton

Quintuck Creek Yes Napeague Yes

Heckscher State Park Yes Beach Hampton Yes

Timber Point Accabonac Harbor Yes

Idle Hour Town of Riverhead

Pepperidge Hall Indian Island

Ludlows Creek Overlook - Aquebogue

West Oak Recreation Yes Crescent Duck Farm

West Sayville GC Aquebogue Farm

Namkee Creek Millar Farm

Town of Brookhaven Union Ave

Sayville YC Pier Avenue

Stillman Creek Town of Southold

Pine Neck Ave. (Swan River) New Suffolk Yes

Roe Ave. (Mud Creek) Great Hog Neck

Abets Creek Kerwin Blvd.

Hedges Creek Yes Pipes Neck Creek

Lyman Marsh Pipes Cove

Bellport Bay Town of Smithtown

Beaverdam Creek Sunken Meadow

The products used by Vector Control are registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and are applied in accordance with the required state and federal permits.