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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone applauded the Suffolk County Legislature for protecting taxpayers by voting to have employees pay for part of the cost of their health insurance for the first time in the county’s history.  Today’s vote will save Suffolk County taxpayers $1.4 million through 2013 and would save $32 million over that time […]

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As you have seen in the past year, I have made several of my priorities come to fruition for the residents of the Town of Huntington.  I have stressed the need for capping our taxes and reducing our spending and debt.  I have worked hard to prevent the over development of Huntington by opposing projects […]

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Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer kicked-off his Healthy Communities Initiative with a first of its kind Diabetic-Friendly Food Drive.  His initiative will include a series of programs that will educate and inspire the public to live healthier and happier lives.  With an eye on prevention and education, Legislator Spencer is working with the Suffolk County […]

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The state Senate passed legislation that would expedite payment of income tax refunds and simplify STAR property tax relief filings for senior citizens.
A bill sponsored by Senator Carl L. Marcellino ensures prompt payment of a state income tax refund. Traditionally, the state Department of Taxation and Finance has held returns requesting refunds for up to two […]

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 On the heels of a report that Suffolk County ended 2011 in deficit for the first time in two decades, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone talked about the need to address the fiscal crisis in his first State of the County speech. 
Comptroller Joe Sawicki recently certified that Suffolk County ended 2011 more than $60 million […]

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My first 100 days in office have been extremely busy and very fulfilling! My staff and I have been working on many different public health issues regarding water protection, sewers, pharmacy safety, backflow tester certification and environmental protection, among others

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It was during the 1980 Presidential debates that President Carter stated his support of a national healthcare system and attacked then Governor Reagan by stating that his intent was to destroy Medicare. In reply, the next President of the United States stated in a very dignified manner, “There you go again”.
It’s amazing how history repeats […]

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Foreclosure Prevention Specialists will meet with homeowners already in foreclosure and those at risk of foreclosure from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday, April 20th at the South Huntington Public Library, 145 Pidgeon Hill Road, Huntington Station. No appointments are necessary.

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Three months into his term, Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer continues to deliver on his promises to his constituents.  At last week’s General Meeting, Legislator Spencer received approval for several important resolutions regarding Centerport and the promising future of the Vanderbilt Museum.  He secured appropriations in the amount of $300,000 in Capital Program funding for […]

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Councilman Eugene Cook sent a letter to the State Comptrollers office requesting an audit of the Town of Huntington. The Town has not been audited by the State Comptroller in 15 years.

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