Leslie Kennedy (REPUBLICAN) joined Trotta to remove the cameras.
(631) 854-3735 office
How Did They Vote?
Robert Trotta's Bill to Remove the the Red Light Cameras
What Can You Do?
Call your Legislator ASAP to demand that he/she vote to support Robert Trotta's Bill to Suspend the Red Light Camera program. They can override the committee if ten legislators sign a petition that Trotta will be drafting. . Tell them you are a Constituent and a voter. Let them know you will be watching how they vote. Please insist on speaking with the legislator directly and not just their office staff. Be respectful and polite. Let them know we are on to their scam.
Contact Your legislator Here
Speak at a Suffolk County Legislature
General Meeting or a Committee Meeting
This is a great opportunity for we, the people, to be heard. Below is a link to the schedules. During the Public Portion you have three minutes to speak on any topic you want.
Schedules for Suffolk County Legislature General Meetings and Committee Meetings
E-mail Blast Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and the Legislature
COPY AND PASTE THE EMAIL ADDRESSES BELOW TO THE TO: FIELD IN YOUR EMAIL PROGRAM. LET THEM KNOW YOU ARE WATCHING HOW THEY VOTE ON THIS BILL.
Sarah.Anker@suffolkcountyny.gov, Thomas.Barraga@suffolkcountyny.gov, Kate.Browning@suffolkcountyny.gov, Robert.Calarco@suffolkcountyny.gov, Tom.Cilmi@suffolkcountyny.gov, Lou.DAmaro@suffolkcountyny.gov, DuWayne.Gregory@suffolkcountyny.gov, Kara.Hahn@suffolkcountyny.gov, Leslie.Kennedy@suffolkcountyny.gov, Al.Krupski@suffolkcountyny.gov, William.Lindsay@suffolkcountyny.gov, Monica.Martinez@suffolkcountyny.gov, Kevin.McCaffrey@suffolkcountyny.gov, Tom.Muratore@suffolkcountyny.gov, William.Spencer@suffolkcountyny.gov, Steven.Stern@suffolkcountyny.gov, Robert.Trotta@suffolkcountyny.gov, email@example.com, Bridget.Fleming@suffolkcountyny.gov
Kate Browning (DEMOCRAT) loves the Red Light Camera Program that she originally co-sponsored. She serves the Incorporated Village of Bellport and the hamlets of Brookhaven, North Bellport, Yaphank, Shirley, Smith Point, Mastic, Mastic Beach, and Moriches. Also covered in the District are portions of Center Moriches, Medford, Coram, Gordon Heights, Middle Island and Ridge. She is termed out and cannot seek re-election. her vote to keep the cameras was not a surprise.
(631) 852-1300 office
How Did They Vote?
The Good Guys
Tom Cilmi - voted to suspend cameras
Leslie Kennedy - voted to suspend cameras
Dr. William Spencer - voted to suspend cameras
The Bad Guys:
The following voted to keep the cameras.
Call them to complain:
Monica R. Martinez (631) 853-3700
Bridget Fleming (631) 852-8400
Kate Browning (631) 852-1300
Robert Calarco (631) 854-1400
Kara Hahn (631) 854-1650
Bridget Fleming (DEMOCRAT) is the new kid on the block. She unfortunately voted to keep the cameras despite the facts. We are very disappointed in her. She serves South Fork of Long Island and includes the Towns of Southampton and East Hampton, as well as Shelter Island and Election Districts 32, 279, and 272 in Brookhaven Town’s East Moriches and Eastport. her district does not have red light cameras so she does not know all the issues.
(631) 852-8400 office
Monica Martinez (DEMOCRAT)is a big disappointment to her constituents who are being victimized by these cameras. She serves Central Islip, the eastern portion of Brentwood and a section of the Village of Islandia. This district is bounded roughly by Motor Parkway on the north, Fifth Avenue and Wicks Road in Brentwood on the west, New Hampshire Avenue along Candlewood Road and continuing east on the Southern State Parkway as the southern border and running along Broadway Avenue in Central Islip, including the Cohalan Court Complex, continuing north by Connequot Brook and Veterans Memorial Highway and Old Nichols Road to the Long Island Expressway as our eastern border.
(631) 853-3700 office
Robert Calarco (DEMOCRAT)is a follower and votes along with his party lacking any real leadership skills. He serves Patchogue, East Patchogue, North Patchogue, Medford and Gordon Heights. Smaller portions of Blue Point, North Bellport, Middle Island, Coram and Fire Island are also included in the District. The District runs north to Middle Country Road and includes the southern shoreline within the following rough boundaries: Blue Point Avenue to the west and the Bellport Village line to the east.
(631) 854-1400 office
The Proposed Bill
Legislator Robert Trotta proposed the following:
The red light camera program authorized by Local Law No. 20-2009, Local LawNo. 40-2012 and Article 7 of Chapter 818 of the SUFFOLK COUNTY CODE, shall be suspended immediately upon the effective date of this local law.
Legislators who Voted To Keep the Red Light Cameras in Suffolk County
Kara Hahn (DEMOCRAT)
Her vote was expected. She serves Setauket, East Setauket, South Setauket, Stony Brook and parts of Port Jefferson Station, Terryville, Coram and Mount Sinai. Additionally, the district is comprised of the following villages: Belle Terre, Old Field, Port Jefferson and Poquott.
(631) 854-1650 office
Tom Cilmi (REPUBLICAN) joined Trotta to remove the red light cameras. He never supported the Red Light Camera Program.
(631) 854-0940 office
What are the Issues?
Dr. William Spencer (DEMOCRAT) broke ranks with the County Executive Steve Bellone and joined Robert Trotta to vote for suspension of the Red Light Camera Program in Suffolk County.
Contact Dr. Spencer to say thank you.
(631) 854-4500 office
Visit Dr. Spencer's Site
This Bill was Rejected by the Public Safety Committee
and will NOT be presented to the Suffolk County Legislature for a Vote
Legislators who Voted to Suspend
the Red Light Camera Program
RESOLUTION NO. 1395-2016, INTRODUCED BY LEGISLATOR ROBERT TROTTA
ADOPTING LOCAL LOCAL LAW SUSPENDING THE RED LIGHT CAMERA PROGRAM
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