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Jack Abrams School
155 Lowndes Ave.
Huntington Station

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Tobacco 21 Featurette
March 2014

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Black History Month
February 2013


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Pearl Harbor Memorial, Northport Village
December 2012


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Meet the Leaders
September 2012


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Meet the Leaders
March 2012


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Water Quality PSA
February 2, 2012


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Suffolk County Veterans Discount Program

Suffolk County is home to numerous brave men and women who have honorably served our country in the Armed Forces. Their commitment to upholding and defending the principles our nation is founded upon deserves the highest degree of respect and gratitude. That is why I am asking Suffolk County business owners to join me in giving something back to those who have given us so much.

Would you consider offering Veterans a small discount and signing up to be part of the Suffolk County Veterans Discount Program? By participating in this program, your business name will be displayed on the Suffolk County website, with your address and discount specifications. The nature of the discount that each individual business is willing to provide is at your discretion.

Contact my office for more information (631) 854-4500.

Click Here For A List of Participating Businesses in Huntington Area


Survival Kit

Dear Constituent,

Our office has put together the enclosed “Survival Kit” for people in need of assistance in these tough economic times. It is geared towards the person who normally does not ask for help and might not know where to turn in order to receive it.

For access to the kit click here

Sponsored Legislation

-- Amended the County’s Human Rights Laws to further protect victims of domestic violence. (IR 1996-14)

-- Adopted a Local Law to Amend Local Law No. 13-2014, to Further Deter the Importation or Use of Hydraulic Fracturing Materials in Suffolk County. (IR 1942-14)

-- Required notice of wireless technology on County property. (IR 1995-14)

-- Appointed member to the Teen Pregnancy Advisory Board (Lawrence S. Philips). (IR 1937-14)

Health Communities
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Energy Drink Facts
April 2014

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Suffolk County's Tobacco 21 Law
April 2014

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Protecting Victims of Domestic Abuse From Housing Discrimination
On Tuesday, December 2nd, Resolution 1996-2014, making housing discrimination against victims of domestic violence illegal, was passed by the Suffolk County Legislature. The resolution, spearheaded by Suffolk County Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D., prevents housing discrimination against those who have suffered from domestic abuse. With this amendment to the Suffolk County Human Rights Law, the County continues to reflect its commitment to ensuring that the principles of dignity and equality are afforded to all residents. “Without a doubt, passing this new provision protects vulnerable victims and ensures they do not have to face additional obstacles during extremely difficult times. I am proud of our Human Rights Law as it exercises all of our power to protect residents from discrimination,” stated Legislator Spencer.

Huntington Opportunity Resource Center Ribbon Cutting!
Legislator Spencer joined colleagues from the Huntington Town Board and County Executive Steve Bellone for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center. Suffolk County Partnered with the Town of Huntington to bring multiple resources to the Huntington Station Community under one roof. The center, spearheaded by Councilwoman Tracey A. Edwards is located at 1268 New York Avenue in Huntington Station, and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm. The center will provide help with job search and readiness, access to training, ESL services and not-for-profit service referrals. As Councilwoman Tracey Edwards stated, “This center will change people’s lives”.


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