The Suffolk County Legislature’s Public Safety and Economic Development and Energy committees will hold a joint public hearing on the “Post Sandy Response Assessment” on Thursday, December 6 at 6 p.m. at the Rose Y. Caracappa Auditorium, in the William H. Rogers Building located at 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Smithtown.
The purpose of this
I write this as the approaching nor’easter begins to bear down on us and the temperatures continue to drop because I am increasingly worried about residents who have do not have electricity or a secure, safe place to stay. My office has been working continually with LIPA and other government and non-profit
Suffolk County Health Officials recently announced that additional mosquito samples from various locations from Huntington to Amagansett have tested positive for the West Nile virus. To date this year, 30 mosquito samples — all Culex pipiens-restuans – and six birds have tested positive for the virus. There have been no human cases reported in the
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Suffolk County Legislator William R. Spencer, 18th LD (far right) joined Suffolk Legislator Lynne Nowick, 13th LD, James Gaughran, Suffolk County Water Authority Chairman and
Continue reading Legislator Spencer Visits Pulaski Road Project in East Northport
Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer will officially recognize local audiologists Bari Engelsberg-Vecchio and Seth Ofgang, of the Huntington Hearing and Speech Center for their commitment to the community. He will thank them for their generous donation of 5 Assisted Listening Devices to Huntington Hospital and their participation in a free hearing clinic that is
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Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer will kick-off his new summer internship program called Lead by Example at a celebration being hosted by the Bethpage Federal Credit Union Bank at 33 Gerard Street in Huntington Village
Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer joined most of his colleagues in voting to protect taxpayers by requiring 423 non-bargaining unit, exempt employees to pay for part of the
Continue reading Legislator Spencer Votes to Save $1.4 Million this Year
Whether you’re an early bird or a night owl, the Huntington Chamber of Commerce has planned several unique networking programs during the last week of March. Both events have been designed to provide valuable networking fun.
The Huntington Chamber’s 2012 March Networking Breakfast will take place on Tuesday, March 27
Today, we took the next step in securing funding to upgrade the Northport Sewage Treatment Plant. Accompanied by Northport Village Mayor George Doll, Suffolk County Deputy Presiding Officer Wayne
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