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Legislator Robert Trotta
June 6, 2014

Robert Trotta Newsletter - Summer 2014


It is an honor for me to continue to serve as your Suffolk County Legislator representing the 13th legislative district, which includes Fort Salonga, San Remo, Kings Park, Nissequogue, Head of the Harbor, and parts of Commack, East Northport, Northport, Smithtown and St. James.

Public service has been my life. Prior to being elected in 2013, I was a member of the Suffolk County Police Department for 25 years, retiring with the rank of Detective. While with the department, I was assigned to the FBI’s Violent Crimes Task Force for more than 10 years.

Since becoming a legislator, I have seen first-hand that the county is in dire financial straits, which has made me a very conscientious watchdog of the taxpayer’s dollar. In fact, I was outraged when I learned the county was planning to purchase police vehicles, which are used 24 hours a day and seven days a week with a life expectancy of three years, and bond them for 18 years! This was also true with respect to the bonding of county computers, which last about five years. Through my stance I was able to reduce the bonding period for both purchases to five years.

When I don’t have a scheduling conflict, I have been attending the Waiver Committee and Industrial Development Agency’s monthly meetings to learn, observe and to question various actions instead of rubberstamping an approval of each project.

If I may be of assistance with any county-related problem or issue, please do not hesitate to contact me at 631-854-3900. My staff and I are here to serve you.




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QUESTIONS? Contact: Debbie Virga, The Commack Coalition Of Caring - Director - 631-858-3623

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Sponsored Legislation

-- Amending the Administrative Code to expand the requirements for appointed officers of the Suffolk County Police Department (IR 1390-14)

-- Adopting a Local Law to ensure access to emergency services via telephone (IR 1325-14)

-- Directing all County Departments and Agencies to update multi-line telephone systems to directly dial 911 (IR 1324-14)

-- Directing the County Attorney to examine the feasibility of commencing legal action against certain major cigarette manufacturers (IR 1249-14)

-- Strengthening the policy against dual public salaries (IR 1043-14)

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Suffolk Legislator Rob Trotta attends “Cracking of the Parmesan” At the Grand Opening of Fresh Market in Smithtown
Pictured from left to right are: Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta, Mark Mancini, president of the Greater Smithtown Chamber of Commerce, Bruce Molfetto, store manager, Barbara Franco, executive director of the Chamber; Smithtown Councilman Robert Creighton, and the Cheese Expert.
(Smithtown, NY)…Fresh Market had its grand opening in Smithtown on July 22 and featured the “Cracking of the Parmesan.” Local residents, business people and government officials were in attendance. The store, located at 138 East Main Street, offered free samples, chef demonstrations, food tastings and contests. “I welcome Fresh Market to our great town and am pleased that it is providing so many employment opportunities, as well as attracting more people to shop in our downtown area,” said Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta.


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