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SCCC to Host the 2014 Yonex US Open Badminton Championships
January 2014

2nd Annual Fitness Extravaganza
for autism awareness to benefit Autism Speaks Long Island!

Monday, April 28, 2014
6:30pm to 8:30pm

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Welcome to the Suffolk County Legislature’s website where you will find information on our district and the many functions of County Government. Thank you for electing me to be your representative on all county related issues. I am very eager to begin working and advocating for the people of Legislative District Eight, which encompasses Bayport, Blue Point, Bohemia, Holbrook, Holtsville, Oakdale, Sayville, West Sayville and parts of North Patchogue.


My goals as your county legislator will be to:

  • Promote local economic growth
  • Protect our environment
  • Facilitate business creation and expansion
  • Revitalize downtowns
  • Protect the health and welfare of all Suffolk County residents
  • Create after school programs to help our at risk youths
  • Attack the drug problem on Long Island
  • Create job training programs
  • End automatic pay increases for elected officials
  • Reduce government waste
  • Make government more accessible for the residents of Suffolk County

I believe that government must always be working for the people and doing what is in their best interest. Coming from the private sector, as a Regional Vice President for the Capacity Group, I know that government needs to be more accommodating to its residents and their needs. As a County Legislator I plan to be as open and accessible as possible to all of my residents.

I encourage you to please reach out to my office if an issue or concern may arise. My staff and I will gladly try our best to work with you on any issue that you may have. Our office number is 631-854-9611; please also sign up for our Email Updates above so that you can stay up to date on any important information regarding our community, my office, and the functions of the Suffolk County government.



Sponsored Legislation

-- Sponsored legislation amending the 2014 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating funds in connection with dredging of County Waters (CP 5200). (IR 1197-14)

-- Co-sponsored legislation directing the Department of Information Technology, in conjunction with the Department of Health Services and the Suffolk County Police Department, to develop and publish a website dedicated to bullying prevention and awareness. (IR 1198-14)

--Co-sponsored legislation donating surplus Meals Ready-To-Eat and bottled water to municipalities and recognized not-for-profit entities providing relief to Suffolk County residents in need. (IR 1228-14)


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Bayport-Blue Point Wrestler, Joseph Palma, Honored For 100th Career Victory
(Pictured Left to Right: Bayport Blue Point High School Wrestling Head Coach Richard Reilly, Suffolk County Legislator Bill Lindsay III, Scholar-Athlete Joseph Palma, and Assistant Coach Joseph Gallagher)
(BAYPORT-BLUEPOINT, NY)- Last month, Legislator Bill Lindsay III honored Bayport-Blue Point scholar athlete, Joseph Palma, on the completion of his impressive wrestling career. Joseph pinned his opponent from Smithtown Christian in 1 minute and 11 seconds this winter to earn his 100th career victory; a feat only six other Bayport-Blue Point athletes have accomplished. In addition to excelling on the mat, Joseph has continuously gone above and beyond in the classroom as well. He will graduate in the top 15 percent of his class this June and plans to study Naval Architecture or Marine Engineering following graduation.


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