2012 Resolutions

Introductory Resolutions

  • Introduced a bill directing the Department of Public Works to consider rising water levels and storm surge when planning projects (Introductory Resolution 2167-12 (PDF)).
  • Authored a bill to appoint Dr. Julian Pessier to the Teen Pregnancy Advisory Board (Introductory Resolution 2095-12 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored a bill to transfer surplus flat screen monitors to Response of Suffolk County (Introductory Resolution 2090-12 (PDF)).
  • Introduced legislation directing the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council to study the effectiveness of the County's Alternative to Incarceration Program (Introductory Resolution 2014-12).
  • Sponsored a resolution allowing Police Officers to offer drug treatment referrals to overdose victims that receive Narcan (Introductory Resolution 1943-12 (PDF)).
  • Introduced legislation to strengthen requirements for the safe disposal of expired and unused medications (Introductory Resolution 1929-12 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored a bill requesting the Department of Public Works to study alternative methods for purchasing transit fares (Introductory Resolution 1908-12 (PDF)).
  • Introduced a planning steps resolution to preserve Detmer Farm's southern-most portion in Setauket (Introductory Resolution 1907-12 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored legislation to develop an online firefighter training program to supplement volunteer’s knowledge base and expertise while minimizing the imposition on the fire fighter's schedule (Introductory Resolution 1877-12 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored a bill naming a portion of Nicolls Road (CR 97) in Setauket in honor of fallen Setauket Firefighter Lieutenant Joseph P. DiBernardo. (Introductory Resolution 1800-12 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored a bill to strengthen the County’s Land Preservation Program and maximize environmental protection by establishing a priority rating system for open space parcels (Introductory Resolution 1359-12 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored Introductory Resolution 1339-12 (PDF) to create a memorial arbor program in Suffolk County parks.
  • Introduced legislation declaring as surplus certain catch basin inserts no longer needed by the Department of Public Works, thus allowing for towns and villages to utilize them to help reduce roadway runoff (Introductory Resolution 1302-12 (PDF)).
  • Expanded the Narcan Pilot Demonstration Program to include the Suffolk County Police Department whose officers are often the first to arrive at the scene of a drug overdose (Introductory Resolution 1288-12 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored a resolution to prohibit the acceptance of toxic Hydraulic Fracturing wastewater at Suffolk County sewage treatment facilities. (Introductory Resolution 1228-12 (PDF)).
  • Strengthen the Land Preservation Program and Maximize Environmental Protection (Introductory Resolution 1197-12 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored a bill to reappoint Stony Brook resident Gretchen Oldrin-Mones to the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum Commission (Introductory Resolution 1167-12 (PDF)).
  • Legislation to review Green Infrastructure options when Suffolk County paves or repaves County Parking lots. (Introductory Resolution 1119-12 (PDF)).
  • Sponsored a Procedural Motion to increase transparency and government accessibility by requiring the posting of audio recorded during legislative sessions within two hours of their completion (Procedural Motion 1-12 (PDF)). January 3, 2012.