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Suffolk County Legislator Robert Trotta Meets with Members of the Commack Republican Club

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Trotta attends many community and business meetings to guide him in performing his duties as the Suffolk County Legislator.

Smithtown, NY - February 28, 2014 - Suffolk County Legislator Robert Trotta was invited to be the guest speaker at the Commack Republican Club’s monthly meeting. Legislator Trotta gave an overview of what he has been working on since taking office in January, 2014. He has made sewers a priority for his district and has had several meetings with a number of Suffolk County officials and the Commissioner of Public Works. He is in continuous talks and meets with officials on a regular basis to insure that his district is not forgotten in the sewer planning process.
 
Suffolk County Legislator Robert Trotta is committed to his pledge of being a full time legislator and has been spending his time talking to constituents and learning about issues that affect his district as he attends many community and business meetings to guide him in performing his duties as the Suffolk County Legislator for the 13th Suffolk County Legislator Robert Trotta (rear, right) makes a point during his talk with members of the Commack Republican Club.
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