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Assemblyman Lupinacci says county control presents ‘direct conflict of interest’
            Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref-South Huntington) today criticized the efforts of various lobbying groups to consolidate regulation of ridesharing companies to the state’s counties. Uber and Lyft contest that the regulatory boards of Nassau and Suffolk counties are responsible for policy governing ridesharing companies […]

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The Open Meetings or “Sunshine” laws of New York State and Suffolk County give the public the right to attend meetings of public bodies, listen to the debates and watch the decision-making process in action. The laws also require that notice of the time and place of all meetings be given prior to every meeting.
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James L. Tomarken, MD, MPH, MBA, MSW, Commissioner of the Suffolk County Department of Health Services, announced today that a Public Health Hearing has been scheduled for:
 
  Friday, April 21, 2017
   4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
William H. Rogers Legislature Building
Clerk’s Conference Room
     725 Veterans Memorial Highway
  Hauppauge, NY 11787
 
Suffolk County law directs the Department of […]

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          The Huntington Town Board, at its March 21, 2017 meeting, set public hearings on two proposals responding to the increased demand for apartments in the middle of Huntington Village.
 
          One of proposals, sponsored by Councilwoman Tracey A. Edwards, would require that one-fifth of the apartments constructed in commercial district mixed-use […]

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Bilingual officer lost both legs after stepping on IED in 2011 while deployed in Afghanistan
                                                                                                                      
The Suffolk County Police Department is proud to announce the graduation of double amputee Matias Ferreira from the department’s academy on March 24, 2017. Officer Ferreira is believed to be the first fully active duty double amputee police officer in the nation. 
 
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SCPD Holds Graduation 3/24/17

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SCPD To Hold Graduation Of First Portion Of Second-Largest Recruit Class in Department History.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini and Suffolk County Police Chief of Department Stuart Cameron will preside over the Suffolk County Police Academy graduation ceremony during which the first portion of the second-largest recruit class will […]

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Lupinacci and Italian-American State Legislators announce $12,000 in scholarships.
 
Today, Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (South Huntington) is reminding current and future college students that the New York Conference of Italian-American State Legislators is now accepting applications for four scholarships worth $3,000 each. Applications are due by Monday, April 21, 2017 and will be awarded in June […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref. – South Huntington) joined the Assembly’s Higher Education Conference Committee yesterday to discuss education funding in this year’s budget. Each of the Assembly’s committees convenes to debate and discuss the Assembly version of the budget prior to going to the floor for a full vote. Lupinacci addressed his colleagues on […]

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A Statement from the desk of Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref. – South Huntington)
 
            “This year’s budget resolution is a promising sign of what we can accomplish if we work together, while also signaling an opportunity for compromise,” said Lupinacci. “Unfortunately, this year the Assembly Majority would like to add over $7 billion in new […]

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WHAT:          The Suffolk County Police Impound Section will hold a preview of more than 100 vehicles, including two high-end cars, a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro – Lingenfelter package and a 2006 Ford Mustang GT Saleen, on March 23 and March 24. 
In addition to vehicles, potential bidders can view motorcycles, trailers and a dump truck.  Anyone who […]

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