About Brooks… and Brooks, Surveyors
Patricia Pauli Brooks, L.S. is the president of Brooks & Brooks, P.C. Land Surveyors and Land Planners. Licensed as a Land Surveyor in 1988, she is a second generation Surveyor. Mrs. Brooks' expertise includes title surveys, large tract surveys, highway right of way surveying, site planning and subdivision design. She also enjoys an extensive background in land use planning, including preparation of site analysis, feasibility reports and environmental assessments. She has assisted many municipalities in the implementation and/or revision of zoning and subdivision regulations. Her knowledge of the New York State Environmental Quality Act has led her to serve as a consultant to many private and public agencies. She has presented educational programs to the New York State Bar Association, many Colleges and Land Trust organizations.
Mrs. Brooks serves as the Executive Vice President of the Board of the New York State Association of Land Surveyors. She is past president of the Mid-Hudson Valley Land Surveyors Association, a member of Vermont Association of Professional Land Surveyors, a member of the New York State Wetlands Forum, Inc., and a member of the American Planning Association.
Richard C. Brooks, L.s. is the vice-president of Brooks and Brooks, P.C., Land Surveyors and Land Planners. Licensed as a land surveyor in 1984, he started his land surveying career in 1974 and is a third generation Surveyor. As the special projects manager for Brooks and Brooks he has successfully managed many logistically complicated projects including, title surveys for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection Watershed Protection Program now in it's thirteenth year, as well as large tract surveys for land preservation organizations such as the Open Space Institute, Scenic Hudson, Wallkill Valley Land Trust and the Nature Conservancy. He oversees the firms Site Analysis Mapping program offering clients complete land asset feasibility studies. He has been a guest lecturer for the New York State Bar Association, the Catskill Area Forestry Association, as well as many educational and historical organizations. In addition he has authored numerous articles on surveying related matters.
Mr. Brooks serves as the Chairman of the New York State Association of Land Surveyors annual educational conference. He is a director of the Mid-Hudson Valley Land Surveyors Association, a member of Vermont Association of Professional Land Surveyors and a member of the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping.