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Operation Medicine Cabinet to Expand

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone was joined by Suffolk and Town officials to announce the expansion of a program to collect and dispose of old or unneeded prescription medications to reduce drug abuse and protect the environment.

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County Announces Enrollment Period for Agricultural Districts

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Enrollment in the Agricultural Districts Program also helps the farmland owner receive property tax assessments based on the value of the land for agricultural production, rather than its development value.

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Suffolk County Implements Anti-Bullying Initiatives

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As of July 1, 2012, the New York State Dignity Act mandates that all schools must designate a point person, known as a Dignity Act Coordinator (DAC), to assist students who feel that they are being bullied.

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World Water Day – March 22

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Girl Scouts Can Earn Badge for Water Testing, Beach Cleanup.

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57 Summonses, 5 Trucks Placed Out of Service On LIE

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The Suffolk County Police Department Highway Patrol Bureau Motor Carrier Safety Section, assisted by Highway Patrol officers, issued 57 summonses and placed five vehicles out of service at a commercial motor vehicle checkpoint on Friday, March 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.   The checkpoint was at Long Island Expressway at Truck Inspection Site near Exit 66.
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Bellone Calls for Public Comment on Suffolk County’s Hazard Mitigation Plan

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Suffolk County is required by federal law to update its Hazard Mitigation Plan every five years in order to remain eligible to receive grant funding for projects to reduce our risk to natural disasters. This plan acts as a guidebook for all major potential vulnerabilities to hazards in Suffolk County – including structures, flood zones, […]

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Bellone Announces Jobs in Endangered Species Protection Program

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Seasonal Workers Needed to Protect Plovers, Terns.

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Long Island Pet Expo – February 28 – March 2, 2014

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New Features & ‘Pet Hours’ added this year!

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Lupinacci, Cuomo Help Long Islanders Prepare For Next Emergency

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Citizen Preparedness Corps Training Program hold first training event at Farmingdale State College

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Suffolk County’s Foreign Trade Zone Receives Approvals to Reorganize and Expand

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Suffolk County recently received good news from the U. S. Department of Commerce regarding its’ Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ). First, the County received approval of its application to restructure the Zone into the Alternative Site Framework.

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