(HUNTINGTON STATION… November 5, 2018) – Members of the Cold Spring Hills Civic Association in Huntington recently invited Suffolk Legislator Tom Donnelly (D-Huntington Station) to attend their meeting to discuss issues of local interest and learn about legislative initiatives that impact the community.
Speaking at the well-attended meeting on October 22, Legislator Donnelly updated the community on the status of the proposed Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department substation on the county-owned Wicks Farm park site on Pulaski Road and reiterated his commitment to helping this project come to fruition.
“As a retired FDNY lieutenant, a three-decade volunteer firefighter and now the County Legislator representing this community, I appreciate the community’s interest in a Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department substation to enhance response times to calls at the southern end of the district. Accordingly, I will continue to make every effort to help expedite the drafting and review of all documents and legislation so this critical project can move forward,” said Legislator Donnelly. “I thank the members of the Cold Spring Hills Civic Association for their insight and interest and pledge to continue to work with all levels of government to ensure that the safety needs of the community continue to be met.”
If you would like Legislator Donnelly to address your group or organization, contact his district office at (631) 854-4433.
Suffolk Legislator Tom Donnelly (D-Huntington Station) recently attended the Cold Spring Hills Civic Association meeting to discuss local initiatives and concerns and provide an update on proposed projects. Pictured from left are members Karen Friel and John Clerkin, Legislator Donnelly, President Gayle Snyder and members Dayna Cioffi and Kerry Strobl.