A Community Policing Forum was held to address crime issues in Huntington Station.
Huntington Town Council Members Mark Cuthbertson and Susan A. Berland joined with Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone April 22 to stress the
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Long Island schools receiving $121.4 million of new aid.
Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,WF,I-Huntington Station) today highlighted the full restoration of high-tax school aid and the nearly $1 billion in new school aid included in this year’s budget. School districts in Suffolk County will see $75.8 million in new aid under today’s agreement.
Budget Provides Nearly $1 Billion in New Education Aid
Senator Alan Simpson (center) is shown above in one of the natural-history galleries, visiting with Curator Stephanie Gress and Executive Director Lance Reinheimer.
Alan K. Simpson, former Republican U.S Senator from Wyoming (1979-1997),
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Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,I,C-East Northport) visited the East Northport Head Start to spend time and read with students.
The Long Island Head Start program provides services in child development, educational training and job skills programs. Currently,
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“Recently, Comptroller DiNapoli came out with a report explaining that we are currently running $164 million ahead of projected revenue collections for the 2011-12 Fiscal Year. If these numbers hold, I believe that
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Assemblyman Andrew Raia
Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,I,C-East Northport) was recently appointed to the General Budget Conference Committee on Health. Raia will attend budget hearings as a representative of the Assembly Minority Conference.
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Suffolk Legislator William Spencer joined his colleagues, Legislator D’Amaro, 17th LD and Legislator Stern 16th LD, in honoring Suffolk County Police Officer James Garside for his life-saving acts of heroism.
Accompanied by his very proud parents
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Asharoken Mayor Patricia Irving and the Village Board of Trustees chose not to override the new tax cap law on local governments. Last June, the New York State Legislature enacted Governor Cuomo’s proposal to establish a 2% tax levy limit on all local governments and school districts beginning in 2012.
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