2014 Resolutions

Legislation

  • Co-Sponsored legislation amending Procedural Motion No. 21-2014, setting land acquisition priorities in accordance with “AAA Program” requirements (Phase 2- 2014). (Procedural Motion 21-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation establishing a School Traffic Zone Safety Commission. (Resolution 119-15 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to protect children from exposure to toxic chemicals (“The Toxin Free Toys Act”). (Introduction Resolution 2176-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored to warn consumers of the dangers of liquid nicotine products. (Resolution 107-15 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation establishing County policy against school-zone camera program. (Resolution 38-15 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation amending the 2014 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating funds in connection with the EPCAL Path, Town of Riverhead (CP 5904). (Resolution 1172-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation authorizing the erection of an Irish Easter Rising Memorial at the Cohalan Court Complex. (Resolution 60-15 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation to extend the deadline directing the Department of Economic Development and Planning, in partnership with State and County Institutions of Higher Education, to study the feasibility of constructing affordable housing for young college graduates. (Resolution 1079-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation authorizing appraisal of land under the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program, as amended by Local Law No. 24-2007, Landing Road property - Town of Brookhaven (SCTM Nos. 0200-027-03-0011, 0200-027-03-0012, 0200-027-03-0013, 0200-027-03-0014, 0200-027-03- 0015). (Resolution 1087-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to strengthen the County’s Water Quality Protection Program. (Resolution 1083-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to amend the County’s Human Rights Laws to further protect victims of domestic violence. (Resolution 1095-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored providing notice of wireless technology on County property. (Resolution 1081-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to enforce domestic violence orders of protection using GPS monitoring. (Introduction Resolution 1949-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation 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 Sound Beach. (Resolution 954-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation authorizing the acquisition of land under the New Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program (effective December 1, 2007) - open space component - and the New Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program (effective December 1, 2000) - open space component for the Carmans River Watershed - Avalonbay Communities, Inc. property - Town of Brookhaven - (SCTM Nos. 0200-547-01-0190, 0200-578-01-0440, 0200-610-01-0220, 0200-610-01-0230 and 0200-610-01-0241). (Resolution 944-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation establishing a Go Green Initiative for County communications. (Resolution 947-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation directing the County Attorney to determine the feasibility of Suffolk County bringing an action against manufacturers of prescription opiates. (Resolution 1040-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation directing the Department of Health Services and the Division of Planning and Environment to evaluate the health, economic and other impacts of banning personal care products containing microbeads. (Resolution 957- 14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to expand the County’s Veterans Housing Program. (Resolution 1038-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation authorizing action to end veterans homelessness in Suffolk County (“Housing Our Homeless Heroes Act”). (Resolution 836-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation establishing a policy that supports nursing mothers in the County workplace. (Resolution 820-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to prohibit the sale of powdered caffeine to minors in Suffolk County. (Resolution 764-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation designating “POW/MIA Recognition Day” in Suffolk County. (Resolution 743-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation Amending the 2014 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating funds in connection with Port Jefferson-Wading River Rails to Trails Pedestrian and Bicycle Path (CP 5903). (Resolution 738-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation establishing a Suffolk County North Shore Coastal Erosion Task Force. (Resolution 701-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation accepting and appropriating a grant award from the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation for a Green Innovation Grant Program (GIGP) entitled, “Campus Stormwater Initiative,” 90% reimbursed by State funds at Suffolk County Community College. (Resolution 581-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation to appoint member to the Suffolk County Community College Board of Trustees (Denise Lindsay Sullivan). (Resolution 695-14 (PDF)).
  • Co - Sponsored legislation 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 purposes (SCTM No.0200-030-04-0250). (Resolution 710-14).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation 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 purposes (SCTM No.0200-030-04-0240). (Resolution 709-14).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation authorizing the use of Smith Point County Park, Cathedral Pines County Park and Smith Point Marina by the Long Island 2 Day Walk to Fight Breast Cancer, Inc., for Breast Cancer Walk in 2015. (Resolution 721- 14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation re-establishing the “Safe Pets and Families Program” to provide temporary shelter for pets of domestic violence victims in Suffolk County. (Resolution 800-13 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation Adopting 2014 to 2015 Operating Budget total and County contribution for Suffolk County Community College. (Resolution 509-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to appoint member of Suffolk County Youth Board Coordinating Council representing Legislative District No. 6 (Janene Gentile). (Resolution 612-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to amend, update and reorganize Chapter 528 of the Suffolk County Code to incorporate changes adopted by the State and to facilitate continuing advancements and modifications of the law in the future. (Resolution 683-14).
  • Sponsored legislation reappointing member to the Suffolk County Community College Board of Trustees (Anne Shybunko-Moore). (Resolution 526-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation: Sale of County-owned real estate pursuant to Section 72-h of the General Municipal Law - Town of Brookhaven - (SCTM No. 0200-162-04- 0091). (Resolution 565-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation: Sale of County owned real estate pursuant to Section 72-h of the General Municipal Law - Town of Brookhaven - (SCTM No. 0200-162-04- 0081). (Resolution 564-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to consolidate financial management functions in the County Department of Audit and Control. (Resolution 507-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation Appropriating funds in connection with the Removal of Toxic and Hazardous Materials in County Parks (CP 7185). (Resolution 454-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation accepting the donation of $500,000 in consulting services from IBM Corporation’s Smarter Cities Challenge in connection with the County’s Water Quality Initiative. (Resolution 310-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation appropriating funds in connection with the Health and Sports facility - Eastern Campus (CP 2120). (Resolution 383-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation appropriating funds in connection with the Renewable Energy and STEM Center - Grant Campus (CP 2141). (Resolution 356-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation to warn consumers of the dangers of liquid nicotine. (Introduction Resolution 1394-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation declaring August 7th as “Purple Heart Day” in Suffolk County. (Resolution 412-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation declaring April 8th “Equal Pay Day” in Suffolk County for Women. (Resolution 261-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation authorizing funding of infrastructure improvements and oversight of real property under the Suffolk County Affordable Housing Opportunities Program and execution of agreements (Concern-Ronkonkoma). (Resolution 262-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation imposing moratorium on the sale of the former Foley Facility. (Resolution 304-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation partnering with the Town of Brookhaven to establish a Single Stream Recycling Pilot Program at the Yaphank County Center. (Resolution 296-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation taking common sense measures to protect front line employees from carbon monoxide. (Resolution 231-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation requiring installation of carbon monoxide detectors at County Facilities (“The Steve Nelson Safety Act”). (Resolution 295-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation designating July 10th as Nikola Tesla Day in Suffolk County. (Resolution 248-14 (PDF)).
  • 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. (Resolution 197-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation prohibiting the sale and use of hydraulic fracturing byproducts. (Resolution 294-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation amending the 2014 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating funds in connection with removal of toxic and hazardous materials and components at various County facilities. (Resolution 135-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to establish healthy food standards at Suffolk County Facilities. (Resolution 580-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation creating a Tick Control Advisory Committee. (Resolution 132-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation establishing the JOBS Opportunity Board (“JOB”) to centralize career advancement and educational opportunities in the County of Suffolk. (Resolution 98-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation to appoint Deborah Lohman as a member of the Suffolk County Citizens Advisory Board for the Arts. (Resolution 96-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to make permanent discounted golf fees for veterans and active military personnel. (Resolution 120-14 (PDF)).
  • Co-Sponsored legislation to expand the “Puppy and Dog Protection Rating Program..” (Resolution 113-14 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored Co-Sponsored a Local Law No. 11 -2014, A Local Law to raise the legal age for the sale of tobacco products in Suffolk County . (Resolution 185-14 (PDF)).