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Cilmi wins 6th and final term

“I pledge to work just as hard in my last two years in the Legislature as I did in my first two years,” said Legislator Tom Cilmi as he savored a 70% – 30% victory in his final election to the Suffolk County Legislature. He is term limited after his next two years. “My staff
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Newsday caps long list of endorsements for Tom Cilmi

October 22, 2019 – Newsday, this past week, endorsed Tom Cilmi for his sixth and final term for the Suffolk County Legislature, capping off a long list of endorsements for the Republican from Bay Shore: Newsday New York League of Conservation Voters Long Island Board of Realtors Suffolk County PBA Faculty Association of Suffolk County
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Cilmi declares victory in fight for budget transparency

September 10, 2019 – GOP Minority Leader Tom Cilmi today declared victory in what he called a ten year battle to open Suffolk’s budget process up to the public. Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory has scheduled two meetings of the 2020 Operating Budget Working Group at the William H. Rogers Legislature Building in Hauppauge. The bi-partisan
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GOP Legislators To Vote Against Suffolk’s Red Light Camera Program

September 3, 2019 – Legislator Tom Cilmi, GOP Caucus Leader said today that his seven-member caucus will vote unanimously to end Suffolk’s controversial Red Light Camera program. The vote on legislation sponsored by County Executive Steve Bellone to extend the program for another five years is set to take place in Hauppauge on Wednesday, September
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Suffolk GOP Legislators call Red Light Camera Intersections Russian Roulette for drivers. Demand answers from report.

July 9, 2019 – Republican Suffolk Legislators today called for a meeting with L.K. McLean Associates, P.C. to review the red light camera report published in late June.  Legislators called the information in the report “questionable” citing hypothetical data and twisted conclusions designed to bolster the Bellone Administration’s chances of reauthorizing the program for another
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