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Thank You

“I continue to be incredibly humbled by the support from 10th District residents of all walks of life and all political parties.  I will continue to be your outspoken voice in County government and on State and national issues.  Thank you for your trust and your votes. I take the significance of neither for granted.
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Support Fiscally Responsible, Functional Government

VOTE NOVEMBER 5, 2013 Making Suffolk County more business-friendly…Enabling job creation and economic growth. •  Advocated for on-line business permit application system to eliminate bureaucracy and red tape and reduce lead times •  Lowered permit costs for small businesses and made fees predictable and transparent •  Fought to make the regulatory process more transparent to
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Cilmi Receives Environmental Endorsement

In a press release dated August 6, 2013, the New York League of Conservation Voters called Legislator Tom Cilmi (R-East Islip) an “environmental voice worth listening to,” and an “important advocate for brownfield redevelopment.” Cilmi is running for reelection this year for his third term.  The full NYCLV press release can be read here.  

A Redistricting Farewell Tribute

The Islip North Community Watch Group, led by Joan Smith and Glen Carballo, paid tribute to Legislator Tom Cilmi recently.  The group was formed with Cilmi in response to a rash of crime in the north Islip community and has grown in stature and scope despite successfully addressing the crime issue. As a result of
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Wing Fling 3

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Cilmi Bill Tightens Up Employee Residency Hiring Procedure

Calling it a “necessary reform” Legislator Tom Cilmi announced the passage of legislation he sponsored which requires that the Legislature approve a waiver of the County’s residency requirement prior to hiring. Cilmi filed the bill after a waiver request was presented to the Legislature three months subsequent to the hiring of a new employee from
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Legislature Calls for Better 9-1-1 Emergency Response

“No one should be put on hold when calling 9-1-1,” said Legislator Tom Cilmi upon passage of his bill to require Legislative notification whenever staffing levels in the County’s 9-1-1 call center fall below 90% of budgeted positions. Cilmi sponsored the resolution after a number of residents contacted him about delays in speaking to a
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Breaking New Ground

On May 23, 2013 Legislator Tom Cilmi joined Islandia Mayor Allan Dorman, several other elected officials, veterans, and members of LIBI and Long Island Home Builders Care Development Corp. to break ground on a first-in-the-nation six home subdivision especially for returning Iraq/Afghan veterans. On 3.5 acres of land off Motor Parkway in Islandia donated by
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Bill would tighten up residency requirement

10th District Legislator Tom Cilmi says the law requiring Legislative waivers when hiring a non-Suffolk resident need to be tightened.  He has filed IR 1208-2013, “a Charter Law to clarify employee residency requirements” Under current law, in order to hire someone from outside Suffolk County, the County Executive is required to file a waiver request
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Cilmi Files Bi-Partisan Amendment to Budget Process

Legislator Tom Cilmi filed legislation (IR 1307-2013) which would bring Suffolk County’s 4% Cap law into compliance with New York State’s 2% Cap Law and eliminate the requirement to budget separately for mandated and discretionary spending. “This bill is another effort to bring simplicity and transparency to the County’s budget process,” said Cilmi.  “Not only
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