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New York Senator Lee Zeldin Town Hall Meeting

May 1, 2013 Patchogue, General 0 Comments

New York Senator Lee Zeldin Town Hall Meeting

Briarcliffe Patchogue New York Senator Lee Zeldin Town Hall MeetingOn April 3, 2013, Briarcliffe College Patchogue Campus hosted a Town Hall Meeting with their representative New York State Senator Lee Zeldin.

The Town Hall Meeting was sponsored by Briarcliffe College’s Student Government Association, Veteran’s Club and the Alumni Association with the Student Government President Timothy Dillon presiding over the event. Senator Zeldin spoke to the audience about the importance of good leadership and community service. The Senator also took questions from our students which included his efforts in keeping Long Island housing affordable for them, rebuilding from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy and the possibility of fracking for natural gas in New York State.

Senator Zeldin represents the 3rd Senate District in Suffolk County, Long island. For the 2011-12 Session, Senator Zeldin was appointed Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Consumer Protection. He was also named to serve on the following committees: Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs, Higher Education, Transportation, Judiciary, Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, Investigations and Government Operations, and Aging.

After the event, Senator Zeldin posed for photographs and spoke with the students individually. We thanked Senator Lee Zeldin for visiting with our students and expressing the importance of leadership and service to the community.


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