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From the State Assembly Long Island Republican Delegation:
Members of the State Assembly Long Island Republican Delegation held an open budget hearing highlighting their requests and concerns with the Assembly Democrat’s one-house budget proposal.  Topics of interest included the need for infrastructure improvement, elimination of the Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA), unfunded mandate relief, ethics reform, and […]

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County Executive Steve Bellone announced that the HEAP season has been extended to March 27, 2015. A second HEAP Emergency benefit for heat and heat-related emergencies will be made available effective Monday, March 9, 2015. The Regular benefit, Emergency benefit and second Emergency benefit components will all close Friday, March 27, 2015.
“This emergency benefit will […]

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone joined United Way of Long Island in announcing Monday that it has received $1.45 million in federal and state grants for YouthBuild Long Island, a community development program where students age 18 to 24 receive hands-on construction skills and green-building techniques. Students in the program have the opportunity to earn their GEDs while […]

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19 Homeowners to Receive System with Estimated $15,000 Value; Advanced Systems Reduce Nitrogen Pollution, Enhance Water Quality.

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This weekend marks the start of Eastern Standard Time, and as we fall back and adjust schedules, County Executive Bellone offers additional tips to keep your home safe. Residents Should Take the Opportunity to Sign Up or Update Their Smart911 Safety Profile.

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Newly Launched Association Releases Report Highlighting Impact of Nine NY Land Banks

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On October 15, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and the Suffolk County Department of Health Services hosted a table-top exercise to review procedures for isolation and quarantine, in an effort to prepare a response should an individual within Suffolk County become infected or come into contact with someone with the Ebola Virus.
“This was a very […]

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The plan, which is known as “New York Is Home”, would provide illegal immigrants with the right to vote, to run for office and to obtain a driver’s license.

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On September 18, 2014, the Suffolk IDA board voted unanimously to put Hotel Huntington on public assistance. The hotel project is located at 227 Main Street in Huntington.
The project involves the old vacant Huntington town hall building which is approximately 9500 square feet and will be renovated into a hotel registration, reception and management area, […]

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Residents invited to capture Suffolk County scenes, compete for prizes through social media

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