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Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta, a former member of the Suffolk County Police Department assigned to the FBI’s Violent Gang Task Force for 10 years is asking United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions to mandate the deportation of illegal immigrants convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor involving violence or the use of a weapon […]

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Friends of Eugene Cook
Cordially Invite You to a
 “Cook Forward” Announcement
 
Sunday, May 21, 2017  From 12:00-4:00 PM
 At
 West Hills Day Camp
21 Sweet Hollow Road
Huntington, New York 11743
 
A wonderful barbecue will be served for the family
 
Special Guest Speakers:
NYS State Senator John Flanagan
NYS State Senator Carl Marcellino
NYS State Assemblyman  Andrew Raia
   NYS State Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci
 
A minimum donation of $25 […]

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Senator Marcellino will be holding “mobile office” hours where constituents will have an opportunity to ask questions and obtain assistance from Senator Marcellino’s Professional Staff.
 
April 27th     9:30am – 12:30pm
Huntington Public Library
338 Main St, Huntington
 
May 3rd       4pm -7pm
South Huntington Public Library
145 Pidgeon Hill Road, Huntington Station
 
Senator Marcellino’s Staff handles hundreds of constituent issues every year and […]

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Today April 18, 2017 at Pancho Villa’s Mexican Restaurant with a room full of supporters Town Councilwomen Tracey Edwards told her supporters that it is time to run for Supervisor.  This means that most likely a primary will occur for the Democrats because Darryl St George has already announced that is he is running for […]

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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and the Town Council congratulated the winners of the 40th Annual Beautification Awards, which were announced at the April 4, 2017 Town Board meeting.
The winners were selected by the Town’s Beautification Council, and covered several categories: residence, business, professional office. They were announced by Dr. William Walter, chair of the […]

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A statement from Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,I,C-East Northport)
 
“This year’s state budget was a difficult and arduous process, but upon final review, I am pleased with some of the issues that have been addressed. This year’s budget will include a 4.1 percent increase in school aid resulting in the addition of $995.4 million, $227 million more […]

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Lupinacci Says budget produced positive results but process must be more transparent
 
            Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref-South Huntington) weighed in on the budget after voting ‘yes’ early Saturday morning. Lupinacci praised the budget for expanding aid to students seeking an undergraduate degree, but criticized the budget’s secretive and exclusive process.
            “While we may not have […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (South Huntington) spoke on the  floor of the Assembly chamber today as he recognized April as the beginning of National Donate Life Month. The month-long celebration is designed to raise awareness of the life-saving role New York residents can play by registering as an organ, tissue and eye donor.

Lupinacci speaks on […]

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As Washington, D.C. Begins Federal Tax Reform Push, Latest Pronouncements to Include Repeal or Cap Itemized Deductions for Mortgage Interest, State and Local Taxes Raise Major Concerns
Repeal of Mortgage Interest Deduction Alone would Cost Suffolk County Homeowners Up to Approximately $3,500 Annually; Suffolk County Would Incur Estimated $341 Million Loss for Local Economy
Suffolk County Executive […]

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            “After much delay, we now have several budget bills before the Assembly. Let me be clear, I am appalled at the lack of transparency throughout the entire budget process. The Assembly Majority has shamelessly ignored the concerns of millions of New Yorkers by cutting out the Minority party entirely from negotiations.
            “After receiving a […]

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