Jennifer Casey ’90 was recently appointed to the Suffolk County Planning Commission, serving the Town of Huntington, N.Y., as a representative on the Commission. The Planning Commission is responsible for reviewing site plans and ensuring that they meet jurisdictional requirements, recommending land use and planning politics for the county and reporting annually on the status of the county.
“Through her many professional and community affiliations, Ms. Casey has developed a unique and much sought-after skill set in various areas that are critical to local planning and development,” said Huntington Legislator Lou D’Amaro following Casey’s appointment upon the unanimous approval of the Suffolk County Legislature. “I know Ms. Casey will bring a fresh perspective to the Suffolk County Planning Commission and be an outstanding representative for the Town of Huntington.”
Casey is a partner at the law firm Ahmuty, Demers and McManus in Albertson. Her current areas of interest include construction site accident litigation, premises liability matters, products liability and automobile, commercial transportation and trucking litigation. As a trial attorney, Casey has also lent her expertise to articles and oral presentations to numerous organizations and attorneys. Casey serves on the board of directors for several organizations including the Huntington Economic Development Corporation, Suffolk County Child Care Council, Suffolk Country Red Cross and the New York City Chapter of the National Association of Insurance Women.
At William Smith, Casey earned a B.A. in independent studies, and was a member of the Koshare Dance Guild. She holds a J.D. from Touro College Law School.