Sponsored Legislation

Introductory Resolution

  • Amending Resolution Number 894-2011 to expand the “Puppy and Dog Protection Rating Program. (Introductory Resolution 1040-14 (PDF))
  • To make permanent discounted golf fees for veterans and active military personnel. (Introductory Resolution 1044-14 (PDF))
  • Requiring timely filing of agreements with public employee organizations. (Introductory Resolution 1092-14 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number - 2014, A Local Law prohibiting the sale and use of hydraulic fracturing byproducts. (Introductory Resolution 1117-14 (PDF))
  • Reappointing member to the Suffolk County Board of Health (Christine M. Doucet, M.D.). (Introductory Resolution 1120-14 (PDF))
  • Authorizing transfer of surplus County flat panel monitors to Boys and Girls Club of the Bellport area. (Introductory Resolution 1126-14 (PDF))
  • Taking common sense measures to protect front line employees from carbon monoxide. (Introductory Resolution 1251-14 (PDF))
  • Partnering with the Town of Brookhaven to establish a Single Stream Recycling Pilot Program at the Yaphank County Center. (Introductory Resolution 1275-14 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2014, A Local Law to further strengthen the County’s regulation on the outdoor restraint of pets. (Introductory Resolution 1276-14 (PDF))
  • Authorizing funding of infrastructure improvements and oversight of real property under the Suffolk County Affordable Housing Opportunities Program and execution of agreements. (Introductory Resolution 1298-14 (PDF))
  • Declaring April 8th “Equal Pay Day” in Suffolk County for Women. (Introductory Resolution 1315-14 (PDF))
  • Declaring August 7th as “Purple Heart Day” in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1381-14 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the acquisition of land under the New Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program (effective December 1, 2007) - property open space component - for the Sutera property - Mud Creek Town of Brookhaven - (SCTM Number 0200-973.60-03-0130). (Introductory Resolution 1383-14 (PDF))
  • Amending the 2014 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating funds in connection with the restoration of Canaan Lake (CP 8715). (Introductory Resolution 1392-14 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the County Executive to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Town of Brookhaven establishing a procedure for the removal of advertising on County right-of-ways located within the town. (Introductory Resolution 1451-14 (PDF))
  • Establishing disclosure requirements for the Department of Labor, Licensing and Consumer Affairs (“Consumer Protection and Awareness Act”). (Introductory Resolution 1002-13 (PDF))
  • Examining the feasibility of installing Emergency Notification Systems in schools throughout Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1031-13 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 14 -2013, A Local Law to deter motorists from leaving the scene of an accident. (Introductory Resolution 1087-13 (PDF))
  • Directing the Department of Health Services to become a certified training center for Narcan overdose responders. (Introductory Resolution 1151-13 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 25 -2013, A Local Law to ensure adequate ferry service. (Introductory Resolution 1171-12 (PDF))
  • Utilizing State Funds to Expand Bus Service in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1295-13 (PDF))
  • Ensuring Suffolk County Government Internet Content is accessible to the print-disabled. (Introductory Resolution 1300-13 (PDF))
  • Directing the Department of Public Works to assess the vulnerability of Suffolk County infrastructure to sea water rise. (Introductory Resolution 1305-13 (PDF))
  • Authorizing cultural funding for 2013. (Introductory Resolution 1327-13 (PDF))
  • Authorizing film promotion funding for 2013. (Introductory Resolution 1328-13 (PDF))
  • Establishing the South Shore Coastal Protection Task Force. (Introductory Resolution 1355-13 (PDF))
  • Appoint member to the South Shore Coastal Protection Task Force (Jeffrey Kassner). (Introductory Resolution 1419-13 (PDF))
  • Appropriating funds for the Brownfields Program, former Blue Point Laundry sit. (Introductory Resolution 1495-13)Bond Resolution of the County of Suffolk, New York, authorizing the issuance of $700,000 bonds to finance a portion of the cost of construction for the Brownfields Program. (Introductory Resolution 1495A-13 (PDF))
  • Directing the Suffolk County Police Department to establish an Emergency Call Center Action Team. (Introductory Resolution 1505-13 (PDF))
  • Naming the New Suffolk County Police Department Motor Carrier Inspection Station after Police Officer Glen CiaNumber (Introductory Resolution 1507-13 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the inclusion of new parcels into existing certified agricultural districts in the County of Suffolk - 2013 and updating annual enrollment period. (Introductory Resolution 1553-13 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2013, A Local Law to improve uniform drinking water distribution system standards in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1607-13 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2013, A Local Law to provide assessment and tax relief to property owners impacted by Superstorm Sandy. (Introductory Resolution 1678-13 (PDF))
  • Reappointing Campbell Dalglish to the Suffolk County Motion Picture/Television Film Commission. (Introductory Resolution 1687-13 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 36 -2013, A Local Law to strengthen and improve regulating certain home improvement contractors. (Introductory Resolution 1691-13 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the Sheriff to issue a Request for Proposals for an independent study of the effectiveness of the County’s Alternative to Incarceration Programs. (Introductory Resolution 1696-13 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the acquisition of land under the New Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program (effective December 1, 2007) - open space component - for the William and Antoinette Smith property. (Introductory Resolution 1791-13 (PDF))
  • Sale of County-owned real estate pursuant to Section 72-h of the General Municipal Law - Village of Patchogue. (Introductory Resolution 1799-13 (PDF))
  • Amending the 2013 Operating Budget to transfer funds from Fund 404 Assessment Stabilization Reserve and appropriating funds in connection with the Sewer Infrastructure Program. (Introductory Resolution 1806-13 (PDF))
  • Appropriating funds in connection with Development of Blue Point Laundry Site. (Introductory Resolution 1826-13 (PDF))
  • Declaring November 4th through November 11th, 2013 as “Veterans Awareness Week” in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1887-13 (PDF))
  • Amending the 2013 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating funds in connection with site improvements to Patchogue LIntroductory ResolutionR bus stop (CP 6426). (Introductory Resolution 1889-13 (PDF))
  • Bond Resolution of the County of Suffolk, New York, authorizing the issuance of $200,000 bonds to finance the cost of site improvements to the Patchogue LIntroductory ResolutionR bus stop (CP 6426.410). (Introductory Resolution 1889A-13 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the retirement and use of Workforce Housing Development Rights banked in the Suffolk County Save Open Space Bond Act Workforce Housing transfer of Development Rights Program Registry for use in the development of affordable housing in East Patchogue. (Introductory Resolution 1928-13 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2013, A Charter Law to increase Budget Transparency. (Introductory Resolution 1949-13 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the sale of County-owned real property pursuant to Section 72-h of the General Municipal Law to the Town of Brookhaven for Affordable Housing purpose. (Introductory Resolution 1975-13 (PDF))
  • Naming the North County Complex in honor of William J. Lindsay. (Introductory Resolution 2058-13 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2013, A Local Law amending Local Law Number 38-2013 to clarify the fee structure for the Traffic and Parking Violations Agency. (Introductory Resolution 2060-13 (PDF))
  • Authorizing planning steps for the acquisition of land under the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program. (Introductory Resolution 1046-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing planning steps for the acquisition of land under the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program. (Introductory Resolution 1047-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 19 -2012, A Local Law to require all retail stores to display fees associated with layaway programs. (Introductory Resolution 1048-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 25 -2012, A Local Law expanding the County’s Farmland Development Rights Acquisition Program to include commercial equine operations. (Introductory Resolution 1059-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 27 -2012, A Local Law amending Resolution Number 1130-2011 to expand the “Contractors Wall of Shame” to include all professions licensed by Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1105-12 (PDF))
  • Amending the 2012 Operating Budget to provide funding for the Medford Chamber of Commerce. (Introductory Resolution 1121-12 (PDF))
  • To study the feasibility of relocating Patchogue’s Carnegie Library to the Sixth District Court property. (Introductory Resolution 1125-12 (PDF))
  • Designating April as “Month of the Military Child” in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1171-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing planning steps for the acquisition of land under the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program. (Introductory Resolution 1204-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the acquisition of land under the New Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program. (Introductory Resolution 1206-12 (PDF))
  • Prohibiting the acceptance of wastewater produced by hydraulic fracturing at County sewage treatment facilities. (Introductory Resolution 1228-12 (PDF))
  • Amending the approval (Introductory Resolution Number 2260-2010) of an agreement by the Administrative Head of Suffolk County Sewer District Number 7. (Introductory Resolution 1241-12 (PDF))
  • Expanding the Department of Health Services Narcan Pilot Demonstration Program to include the Suffolk County Police Department. (Introductory Resolution 1281-12 (PDF))
  • Establishing County policy to utilize employees separated from County Service. (Introductory Resolution 1290-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number47-2012, A Local Law to modify requirements for contract agency funding. (Introductory Resolution 1290-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing Film Promotion funding for 2012. (Introductory Resolution 1314-12 (PDF))
  • Establishing a policy to govern the use of non-County personnel in rating proposed land acquisitions. (Introductory Resolution 1346-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing cultural funding for 2012. (Introductory Resolution 1351-12 (PDF))
  • To facilitate the development of Smith Point Marina, Shirley. (Introductory Resolution 1360-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 38 -2012, A Local Law to protect public health at hookah bars. (Introductory Resolution 1387-12 (PDF))
  • Directing the Department of Health Services to establish a County Comprehensive Cancer Information Website. (Introductory Resolution 1439-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the drilling of wells on County parkland for firefighting purposes. (Introductory Resolution 1448-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number-2012, A Local Law establishing registration requirement for Health Department expeditors. (Introductory Resolution 1480-12 (PDF))
  • Declaring May “Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month” in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1485-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 44-2012, A Local Law to prohibit smoking in County parks and beaches. (Introductory Resolution 1521-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 46 -2012, A Local Law to ensure advanced planning for emergencies by nursing homes, long-term care facilities and group homes for the disabled (“Prepared To Protect Our Most Vulnerable Citizens Act”). (Introductory Resolution 1528-12 (PDF))
  • Approving the appointment of Ryan J. Murphy as a member of the Suffolk County Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services Commission. (Introductory Resolution 1573-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2012, A Local Law to require public notification of sewage contamination in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1577-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2012, A Charter Law to ensure the independence and integrity of the County Ethics Process. (Introductory Resolution 1586-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 56 -2012, A Local Law to further regulate utility poles on County road right-of-ways. (Introductory Resolution 1622-12 (PDF))
  • Amending the 2012 Operating Budget to preserve Suffolk County’s ability to conduct and evaluate groundwater investigations. (Introductory Resolution 1639-12 (PDF))
  • Amending Adopted Resolution Number 912-2011, in connection with the Pharmaceutical Disposal and Aquifer Protection Initiative. (Introductory Resolution 1657-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing sponsorship on the County website. (Introductory Resolution 1692-12 (PDF))
  • Requiring County departments to post promulgated rules and regulations on departmental websites. (Introductory Resolution 1701-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing use of Smith Point County Beach property by the American Cancer Society, for the Amazedness Kite Fly. (Introductory Resolution 1754-12 (PDF))
  • Designating “Fall Prevention Awareness Day” in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 1755-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2012, A Local Law to establish boating safety instruction requirements (“Suffolk’s Safer Waterways Act”). (Introductory Resolution 1797-12 (PDF))
  • Appropriating funds in connection with Brownfields Program, former Blue Point Laundry site (CP 8223). (Introductory Resolution 1814-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing use of Farmingville Hills County Park property by the Farmingville Residents Association, Inc. Tails and Trails. (Introductory Resolution 1816-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the removal from public use status and the sale of County owned Real Estate. (Introductory Resolution 1823-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the creation of a Suffolk County Decontamination (Decon) Strike Team. (Introductory Resolution 1825-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the use of County premises located at 150 West Main Street, Patchogue, New York, for use by the Village of Patchogue for the temporary relocation of the Carnegie Library. (Introductory Resolution 1833-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing support for the submission of a Local Government Performance and Efficiency Grant Application for the implementation of the Grants Management System (GMS). (Introductory Resolution 1834-12 (PDF))
  • Directing the Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services to develop an online firefighter training program. (Introductory Resolution 1877-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing funding of infrastructure improvements and oversight of real property under the Suffolk County Affordable Housing Opportunities Program (Concern Amityville). (Introductory Resolution 1916-12 (PDF))
  • Amending the 2012 Operating Budget to provide funding for the Medford Chamber of Commerce. (Introductory Resolution 1921-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2012, A Charter Law to strengthen and improve the County’s economic efforts by consolidating departmental functions within a newly created Department of Labor, Licensing and Consumer Affairs. (Introductory Resolution 1926-12 (PDF))
  • Prohibiting the use of hydraulic fracturing brine on County property or roadways. (Introductory Resolution 1939-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing the use of a portion of County premises located at 150 West Main Street, Patchogue, New York, for use by Blue Sand NY Inc. for outdoor dining. (Introductory Resolution 1940-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing transfer of surplus blackberries, accessories and other telephone devices to Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk. (Introductory Resolution 1946-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Climate Smart Community goals in the County of Suffolk. (Introductory Resolution 1950-12 (PDF))
  • Requiring tracking of long-term care service inquiries. (Introductory Resolution 1996-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing an Intermunicipal Agreement between the County and the Village of Patchogue for the use of a portion of County premises located at 150 West Main Street, Patchogue, New York, for the Carnegie Library. (Introductory Resolution 2010-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2012, A Local Law to safeguard the personal information of minors in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 2016-12 (PDF))
  • Establishing a “Complete Streets” policy. (Introductory Resolution 2025-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number-2012, A Charter Law to establish a Traffic and Parking Violations Agency. (Introductory Resolution 2026-12 (PDF))
  • Appropriating funds in connection with improvements to the Fire Training Center (CP 3405). (Introductory Resolution 2035-12 (PDF))
  • Designating January 27th as “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day” in Suffolk County. (Introductory Resolution 2058-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing planning steps for the acquisition of land under the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program. (Introductory Resolution 2059-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number-2012, A Local Law to reduce exposure to Bisphenol A in Suffolk County (“The Safer Sales Slip Act”). (Introductory Resolution 2062-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing emergency barrier island repair agreements between the County of Suffolk and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. (Introductory Resolution 2063-12 (PDF))
  • Amending the 2012 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating funds in connection with the purchase of equipment for groundwater monitoring and well drilling (CP 8226). (Introductory Resolution 2066-12 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number -2013, A Charter Law to clarify Legislature’s role in collective bargaining. (Introductory Resolution 2067-12 (PDF))
  • Extending the Narcan Pilot Program to the entire police district. (Introductory Resolution 2086-12 (PDF))
  • Amending the 2012 Adopted Operating Budget to accept and appropriate 100% State Aid from the New York State Office of Mental Health to Clubhouse of Suffolk for the purpose of developing a Pilot Program in Suffolk County to assist veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. (Introductory Resolution 2151-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing an agreement with the Town of Brookhaven for the improvement and maintenance of a non-motorized path along the bed of the David Overton Road in Coram. (Introductory Resolution 2163-12 (PDF))
  • Authorizing Suffolk County to enter into an agreement with the New York Institute of Technology to supply emergency housing for County residents displaced by Superstorm Sandy. (Introductory Resolution 2164-12 (PDF))
  • Requesting New York State Legislature to amend the General Municipal Law, in relation to the regulation of taxicabs and limousines in Suffolk County. (Home Rule 2-12 (PDF))
  • Requesting State of New York to amend the Civil Service Law, in relation to resolution of disputes between a Public Employer and Suffolk County Probation Officers. (Home Rule 6-12 (PDF))
  • Requesting the State of New York to amend the vehicle and traffic law to increase the number of intersections at which traffic-control signal photo violation-monitoring devices may be installed. (Home Rule 9-12 (PDF))
  • Requesting New York Legislature to amend the General Municipal Law, the Vehicle and Traffic Law and the Criminal Procedure Law, in relation to establishing a Traffic and Parking Violations Agency in the County of Suffolk. (Home Rule 10-12 (PDF))
  • Requesting New York Legislature to amend the General Municipal Law, the Vehicle and Traffic Law and the Criminal Procedure Law to create a Traffic and Parking Violations Agency in the County of Suffolk. (Home Rule 11-12 (PDF))
  • Requesting New York Legislature to amend the General Municipal Law, the Vehicle and Traffic Law and the Criminal Procedure Law to create a Traffic and Parking Violations Agency in Suffolk County. (Home Rule 12-12 (PDF))
  • Requesting New York Legislature to amend the General Municipal Law, the Vehicle and Traffic Law and the Criminal Procedure Law to create a Traffic and Parking Violations Agency in Suffolk County. (Home Rule 14-12 (PDF))
  • Apportioning Mortgage Tax By: County Treasurer. (Procedural Motion 16-12 (PDF))