Suffolk County Legislative Committee meetings are held in person at the Evans K. Griffing Building, 300 Center Drive, Riverhead, New York. On Friday, July 27, Legislator Sarah Anker and Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone signed a bill to pool funds for the Rails to Trails recreational trail. The Backyard Garden Club is dedicated to promoting gardening, teaching, and giving back to the community.
They help students learn about opportunities in academic and business communities of 26%. On Saturday, August 26th, Legislator Sarah Anker joined the Davis Town Meeting House Society for their fifth annual presentation on garage sales and the War of Independence. Legislator Jason Richberg recently honored Cindy Ann Johnson of Martin Luther King Jr. and attended the fourth annual Ujamaa Fest on Black Long Island with approximately 100 vendors, young entrepreneurs, celebrations of Pan-Africanism, etc. Legislator Tom Donnelly wants to inform local seniors about the next opportunity to enjoy a great night of free music at the Suffolk County Office of Aging's sixth annual farewell to summer concert.
He also visited Silas Wood Sixth Grade Center in Huntington Station to talk to students about representation in government. On Monday, October 16, Legislator Sarah Anker attended the groundbreaking ceremony for Renaissance Village on Middle Island. Legislator Dominick Thorne (R-Patchogue) met with Josh Slaughter of the Local 66 Labor Party to create jobs in Suffolk County. Legislator Bridget Fleming nominated Denise Smith-Meacham from Southampton for the twentieth edition of the Suffolk County Annual Distinguished Women's Award. At a general meeting of the Suffolk County Legislature, Legislator Sarah Anker thanked First Deputy Director William Nevin of the Middle Island Fire Department for his heroic actions that saved a cyclist's life. Legislator Tom Donnelly joined family and friends of Boy Scout Troop 708 in Huntington to honor Henry A.
In their fight against opioid and painkiller addiction, county health officials are offering a free training session on naloxone organized by Legislator Kara Hahn. The club is managed by five people who approve statutes for new clubs and review existing clubs on campus. They have the power to revoke statutes that don't follow guidelines set by the Club's Board of Directors.