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Kara Hahn Sworn-in to Second Term as Suffolk Legislator

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Kara Hahn was sworn in as Suffolk County Legislator for the Fifth District for a second term on Thursday, January 2, 2014.

Hauppauge, NY - January 6, 2014 - Suffolk County Legislator Kara Hahn (D-Setauket) was sworn in to a second term, taking the oath of office at Thursday’s Organizational Meeting of the Legislature. 
 
“During the course of my first term, I was given the humbling opportunity to transform Suffolk County into the vision that my constituents have for our community,” said Legislator Hahn.  “In these past two years we have had many successes in protecting lives, our environment and neighborhood character.  With the support of my neighbors, I look forward to continuing this work on their behalf.”   
 
Legislator Hahn was re-elected to represent residents of Suffolk’s Fifth Legislative District this past November earning nearly 62% of the vote.  The district is comprised of the hamlets of East Setauket, Setauket and Stony Brook; the Incorporated Villages of Belle Terre, Old Field, Poquott and Port Jefferson and portions of the Coram, Mount Sinai, Port Jefferson Station and Terryville communities.
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