2012 Resolutions

Legislation

  • Co-Sponsored Designating the week of February 7th through February 14th as “Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week” in Suffolk County. (Resolution 1197-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored 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. (Resolution 1052-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored 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. ((Resolution 1050-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Appropriating funds in connection with the Removal of Toxic and Hazardous Materials in County Parks (CP 7185). (Resolution 1108-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored 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). (Resolution 983-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Authorizing emergency barrier island repair agreements between the County of Suffolk and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. (Resolution 923- 12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Adopting Local Law No. 8 -2012, A Local Law to reduce exposure to Bisphenol A in Suffolk County (“The Safer Sales Slip Act”). (Resolution 1091-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Designating January 27th as “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day” in Suffolk County. (Resolution 1042-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Appropriating funds in connection with improvements to the Fire Training Center (CP 3405). (Resolution 1001 -12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Appropriating funds in connection with Removal of Toxic and Hazardous Building Materials and Components at Various County Facilities (CP 1732). (Resolution 1027- 12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Establishing a “Complete Streets” policy. (Resolution 1076-12)
  • Co-Sponsored Adopting Local Law No. 7-2012, A Local Law to authorize a real property tax exemption for improvements to Real Property Meeting Certification Standards for Green Buildings. (Resolution 1077-12)
  • Co-Sponsored A Local Law to safeguard the personal information of minors in Suffolk County. (Resolution 1222-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Prohibiting the use of hydraulic fracturing brine on County property or roadways. (Resolution 1006-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Authorizing funding of infrastructure improvements and oversight of real property under the Suffolk County Affordable Housing Opportunities Program (Concern Amityville). (Resolution 881-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Amending Local Law No. 25-2009 in regard to the membership of the Aquaculture Lease Board established under the Suffolk County Shellfish Aquaculture Lease Program in Peconic Bay and Gardiners Bay. (Resolution 970-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Directing the Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services to develop an online firefighter training program. (Resolution 872-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Directing the Department of Public Works to study the feasibility of siting photovoltaic arrays on County-owned property. (Resolution 1004- 12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Permitting the Suffolk Cooperative Library System to purchase fuel from the County. (Resolution 846-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Accepting and appropriating year three of a grant sub-award from Tidewater Community College for a Department of Health and Human Services Health Information Technology Project, 100% reimbursed by Federal funds at Suffolk County Community College. (Resolution 797-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Adopting Local Law No. 58 -2012, A Local Law to establish boating safety instruction requirements (“Suffolk’s Safer Waterways Act”). (Resolution 830-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Designating “Fall Prevention Awareness Day” in Suffolk County. (Resolution 791-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Amending the 2012 Capital Budget and Program and appropriating funds in connection with energy conservation at various County facilities (CP 1664). (Resolution 612- 12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Authorizing execution of an Intermunicipal Agreement pursuant to §§ 119-o with the Town of Southampton. (Resolution 650-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Amending the 2012 Operating Budget to preserve Suffolk County’s ability to conduct and evaluate groundwater investigations. (Resolution 505-12 (PDF))
  • Sponsored Authorizing planning steps for the acquisition of land under the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program, as amended by Local Law No. 24-2007 Country View Estates property - Town of Brookhaven. (Resolution 292-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Adopting Local Law No. 56 -2012, A Local Law to further regulate utility poles on County road right-of-ways. (Resolution 810-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Adopting Local Law No. 49 -2012, A Charter Law to ensure the independence and integrity of the County Ethics Process. (Resolution 725-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Adopting Local Law No.57 -2012, A Local Law to require public notification of sewage contamination in Suffolk County. (Resolution 820-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Adopting Local Law No. 51 -2012, A Local Law establishing registration requirement for Health Department expeditors. (Resolution 746- 12 (PDF))
  • Sponsored a Resolution of the Legislature of the County of Suffolk to provide exemptions from sales and compensating use taxes for receipts from sales of, and consideration given or contracted to be given for, or for the use of, commercial solar energy systems equipment and installation services from State sales and compensating use taxes pursuant to Subdivision (hh) of Section 1115 of the New York Tax Law, pursuant to Article 29 of the Tax Law of the State of New York. (Resolution 29-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Authorizing the drilling of wells on County parkland for firefighting purposes. (Resolution 459-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored A Local Law to protect public health at hookah bars. (Resolution 457-12)
  • Co-Sponsored Establishing a policy to govern the use of non-County personnel in rating proposed land acquisitions. (Resolution 297-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Expanding the Department of Health Services Narcan Pilot Demonstration Program to include the Suffolk County Police Department. (Resolution 299-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Prohibiting the acceptance of wastewater produced by hydraulic fracturing at County sewage treatment facilities. (Resolution 244-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Designating April as “Month of the Military Child” in Suffolk County. (Resolution 264-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Requiring the County to consider the Planning Commission’s Green Methodologies Guidelines in relation to County parking lots and New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation’s Grant Parameters. (Resolution 149-12 (PDF))
  • Co-Sponsored Adopting Local Law No. 25 -2012, A Local Law expanding the County’s Farmland Development Rights Acquisition Program to include commercial equine operations. (Resolution 216-12)
  • Co-Sponsored Adopting Local Law No. 20 -2012, A Local Law to amend the County prohibition on the sale of synthetic cannabinoids. (Resolution 129-12 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation to appoint a member to the Suffolk County Community College Board of Trustees (Anne Shybunko-Moore). (Introduction Resolution 1367-12 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation to adopt the 2012 to 2013 Operating Budget total for Suffolk County Community College. (Introduction Resolution 1686- 12 (PDF))
  • Co-sponsored a law to amend the County prohibition on the sale of synthetic cannabinoids. (Introduction Resolution 1013-12)
  • Sponsored to authorize planning steps for the acquisition of 24 acres of land at Country View Estates in Middle Island. (Introduction Resolution 1061-12)
  • Co-sponsored legislation requiring the County to consider the Planning Commission’s Green Methodologies Guidelines in relation to County parking lots and New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation’s Grant Parameters. (Introduction Resolution 1119- 12)
  • Sponsored legislation directing the Suffolk County Police Department to set up a “Scam Alert” website. This website will allow law enforcement officials to proactively notify the public of scam patterns and raise awareness of these crimes (Introduction Resolution 1187-12 (PDF))
  • Sponsored legislation authorizing planning steps for the acquisition of 5.4 acres of land located on Landing Road in Miller Place, under the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program. Environment (Introduction Resolution 1537-11 (PDF))
  • Legislator Anker is a co-sponsor of Presiding Officer William J. Lindsay’s proposed ban of the use of coal tar - based sealcoat in Suffolk County. Legislator Anker said the evidence is clear that such coal tar-based sealcoat is a serious threat to both human health and the entire marine life system. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons contained in such sealcoat are a known human carcinogen and studies by the United States Geologic Survey have shown that runoff from the sealcoat has serious negative effects on marine life. (Introduction Resolution 1162-11 (PDF))