Sponsored Legislation

Introduced Resolutions (IR)

  • Adopting Local Law Number 26-2016, A Local Law to cap tax map verification fees. (IR 1622-16 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number - 2016, A Local Law to suspend automatic pay increases for County elected officials. (IR 1928-16 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number - 2016, A Charter Law to reduce the number of County legislative districts. (IR 1998-16 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 2016, A Local Law to update and strengthen the hotel and motel tax statute. (IR 1006-16 (PDF))
  • Adopting Local Law Number 2016, A Local Law to enhance the County’s Tourism Promotion Program. (IR 1025-16 (PDF))
  • Amending Chapters 1001 and 1065 of the Suffolk County Code to assist with the implementation of the Suffolk County Comprehensive Master Plan 2035. (IR 1659-15 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation to end automatic pay increases for County Elected Officials. (IR 1300-14 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation to consolidate financial management functions in the County Department of Audit and Control. (IR 1487-14 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation to establish a Go Green Initiative for Suffolk County). (IR 1869-14 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation to appropriate funds in connection with construction of a handicapped accessible playground in West Sayville (CP 7157) and rescinding Adopted Resolution Number 79 and 80-2011. (IR 1885-14 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation adopting Local Law Number - 2014, A Local Law to bar environmental polluters from conducting business with Suffolk County. (IR 1501-14 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation to consolidate financial management functions in the County Department of Audit and Control. (IR 1487-14 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation to reappoint James J. Cassara as a member of the Suffolk County Citizens Advisory Board for the Arts. (IR 1459-14 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation to authorize the Lt. Michael Murphy Sea Cadet Program at West Sayville. (IR 1455-14 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation amending the 2014 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating funds in connection with dredging of County Waters (CP 5200). (IR 1197-14 (PDF))
  • 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 (PDF))
  • 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 (PDF))