2017 Resolutions

Introductory Resolutions

  • Co-Sponsored a Local Law strengthening Suffolk County’s restrictions on the outdoor restraint of pets by providing more protection for dogs, prohibiting prong collars, and increasing the penalties for violators. (Introductory Resolution 1050-17 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored a Local Law that increased the penalties for any individual or corporation found to be illegally dumping materials on Suffolk County property. (Introductory Resolution 1118-2017 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored a Local Law that implemented continuing education requirements for individuals holding master electrician licenses and restricted electrician licenses in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1124-17 (PDF))
  • Helped to secure capital funds for the expansion of the Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) operated by the U.S. Veteran’s Administration located at the Riverhead County Center. (Introductory Resolution 1239-17 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation authorizing the re-conveyance of County-owned real estate to an individual where it was determined that the owner’s non-payment of taxes was not intentional but rather was beyond his control. (Introductory Resolution 1328-17 (PDF))
  • Sponsored a resolution permitting the sale of an unused County Property totaling 4,022 square feet to an individual in the Town of Babylon for $7,700. (Introductory Resolution 1539-17 (PDF))
  • Worked to secure $450,000 in funding for the construction of new sidewalks on various County roads. (Introductory Resolution 1634-17 (PDF))
  • Co-sponsored a resolution that created a permanent heroin and opiate epidemic advisory panel that could work to provide ongoing input to the Suffolk County Legislature to combat the increasing rate of heroin and opiate use. (Introductory Resolution 1664-17 (PDF))
  • Worked to connect the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church of Wyandanch to the Southwest Sewer District in order to help the church expand its soup kitchen program and the number of services it could provide to the community. (Introductory Resolution 1785-17 (PDF))
  • Introduced and sponsored a resolution authorizing the construction of the William J. Lindsay Memorial at the William J. Lindsay Complex across from the William H. Rogers Legislature Building in order to honor the achievements and memory of the late Presiding Officer William J. Lindsay. (Introductory Resolution 1804-17 (PDF))
  • Co-sponsored the declaration of April 19th as “Got Checked Day” in Suffolk County in order to raise awareness of metastatic breast cancer. (Introductory Resolution 1829-17 (PDF))
  • Assisted in the creation of the Long Island Manufacturing Task Force which works to encourage the growth of the manufacturing sector of Suffolk County’s economy. (Introductory Resolution 1832-17 (PDF))
  • Co-sponsored the declaration of November as “Military Career Month” in Suffolk County, to raise awareness of educational and career options for individuals who wish to serve in the United States Armed Forces. (Introductory Resolution 1835-17 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation authorizing the re-conveyance of County-owned real estate to an individual where it was determined that the owner’s non-payment of taxes was not intentional but rather beyond their control. (Introductory Resolution 1837-17 (PDF))
  • Sponsored the appointment of Judith Montauban to the Suffolk County Youth Board Coordinating Council representing Legislative District No. 7. (Introductory Resolution 1901-17 (PDF))
  • Sponsored the reappointment of Marvin Smith to the Suffolk County Youth Board Coordinating Council representing Legislative District No. 9. (Introductory Resolution 1909-17 (PDF))
  • Worked to secure grant funds received from the Island Outreach Foundation in support of Suffolk County Community College’s Office of Veterans Affairs on behalf of the Suffolk Community College Foundation. (Introductory Resolution 1950-17 (PDF))
  • Worked to secure $3,000,000 in capital funding for improvements to County Road #1, County Line Road in Amityville. (Introductory Resolution 1969-17 (PDF))
  • Co-sponsored a charter law that establishes a fair elections matching fund in order to create public financing of Legislative and County Executive races. (Introductory Resolution 1975-17 (PDF))
  • Co-sponsored legislation to mandate sexual harassment training for elected officials, department heads and chief deputies in Suffolk County government and Departments that would be required to be renewed every two years. (Introductory Resolution 2059-17 (PDF))