Stop Keith Brown's Opponent: Promises Leftist Activists He'll Be "Most Progressive" Member of Assembly
😡Here is Keith Brown's opponent, PROMISING a group of Leftist activists that he would be "THE MOST progressive member of the NYS Assembly" if elected!!😡 You may have noticed our opponent's lawn signs, they look like a real dictator-style Russian collusion of his face plastered over and desecrating an American flag. We don't need more power-hungry Leftists and their progressive socialist policies coming out of Albany!!Read more
After voting for Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence, and all of our candidates from George Santos for Congress to State Senate candidates Ed Smyth (SD5) and Mario Mattera (SD2), and State Assembly candidates Jamie Silvestri (AD10) and Keith Brown (AD12), you must flip your ballot over to vote NO on two propositions.
Even Newsday is telling us to vote NO to Suffolk County Democrats' shameless power grab and theft from the clean water fund on the back of the ballot --Read more
Congratulations to Centerport resident and new Huntington Republican Committee Chairman Thomas M. McNally!Read more
We are deeply saddened to inform you of the passing of our leader, Chairman Toni Tepe.Read more
The Suffolk County Republican Committee, Huntington Republican Committee and its committee members endorsed Keith Brown to run for State Assembly to fill the vacancy in the 12th Assembly District.
Brown has secured Raia’s endorsement to succeed him in the State Assembly.
“My entire professional career has been dedicated to make Long Island a better place to live. That’s why the opportunity to continue to fight for the betterment of our community in the State Assembly was one I could not pass up,” said Brown.Read more
Far-left Democrats aren't finished re-litigating the 2016 election. It's clear that their baseless impeachment hearings were a failed attempt to take down President Trump. They weren't looking for facts. They wasted YOUR time and YOUR taxpayer dollars on a political WITCH HUNT, and the Fake News media helped them every step of the way.
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The very least our elected officials can do is show up when they vote to make the decisions that affect our lives. Lazy Susan Berland can't even do that.
After the Suffolk County Legislature’s five-week summer recess this August, Lazy Susan Berland refused to leave her second home in Key West, Florida to attend Legislative Committee meetings in person.
Instead, Lazy Susan demanded that the Legislature change its rules and spend $40,000 of taxpayer money on technological upgrades to help her avoid returning to New York to do her job – she preferred to Skype in from Key West! Many of her colleagues publicly denounced her obnoxious self-serving demands – Lazy Susan even fought publicly with Democrat Majority Leader and Presiding Officer, Legislator DuWayne Gregory.
Asked why she can't return during her vacation for committee meetings, Berland said: "We don't go away the rest of the year." - NewsdayRead more
Yesterday Joan Cergol put politics over the good and the needs of the Town of Huntington (while Kevin Orelli slept):
At yesterday's Town Board meeting, Joan Cergol voted against $650,000 in critical infrastructure funding for the Town's General Services Department – money that was needed for crucial equipment that would be utilized for snow removal from commuter lots, parks upkeep, building maintenance, dead tree removal and more. Why? Because the General Services Department is headed by her 2019 Town Council opponent Andre Sorrentino. Heaven forbid that the General Services Department keeps making Huntington shine.
Perhaps Cergol has been alarmed by the praise Andre Sorrentino has received by members of the opposition Democrat Party for his leadership in beautifying and cleaning up Huntington Station and the Huntington Village Green. Good results could hurt Cergol’s chances for re-election so she decided to ignore the needs of the Town for political gain. Shame on you, Joan Cergol.
Under Andre Sorrentino's leadership, this bridge on the playground at Huntington Station's Depot Road Park was replaced. Prior to Andre's joining Town leadership as the head of the General Services Department, this playground bridge had been broken and closed for two years.
Andre Sorrentino's team removing long-dead trees to ensure Huntington Village is safe for pedestrians and drivers.
Andre Sorrentino has received much praise for his beautification efforts on the Village Green!Read more
File this under "You Can't Make This Up" -- even the liberal Huffington Post is attacking Congressman Tom Suozzi for his failure to stand up for the Town of Huntington in the infamous LIPA lawsuit. Suozzi's failure to act, or even speak up on the matter, could lead to an "economic death spiral" that could decimate our town.Read more
ETHICALLY CHALLENGED: Cergol Votes NO on Term Limits After Taking $45,965 Payout of Taxpayer Dollars
Joan Cergol cashed out $45,965 taxpayer dollars when appointed to her third unelected government job in sixteen years -- and then she voted NO to enacting term limits! Cergol took that $45,965 payout -- meant to be taken by employees leaving the Town payroll -- while she still sits on the government dole.
On the Town website, the Community Development Agency's 2017 Financials with Independent Auditor's Reports, which reports on the financial status of the CDA as of December 31, 2017, references "an increase to accrued liabilities related to accrued sick and vacation time to be paid to the former director" on numbered page 4. That pretty much sums it up. On numbered page 6 (2017 column, “Accrued liabilities: $45,965”) it shows the $45,965 amount of the payout Cergol took of unused sick and vacation time, even though this practice is meant for people leaving Town employment, not people staying on the Town payroll, as she did as an appointed, unelected member of the Town Board.
As a 16-year unelected bureaucrat, Town employment has been very lucrative for Cergol, aside from her premature cashing in on $45,965 in unused sick and vacation time. According to Newsday.com, Cergol's yearly pay on the government dole averaged at $121,914 for the past 7 years, totalling $851,328, all the while the agency she was responsible for incurred $1 million dollars of debt to Huntington's taxpayers under her management of questionable business practices. Public salary information for Cergol's years of Town employment from 2002-2010 was not published on Newsday, which only maintains records as far back as 2011.
But there's more!Read more