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Legislator Muratore Congratulates Centereach Fire Department at Their 80th Anniversary Parade and Carnival

Legislative Aide Kevin LaValle, Legislator Tom Muratore and Assemblyman Al Graf posed with officials from the Centereach Fire Department.

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Selden, NY - August 19, 2013 - Legislator Tom Muratore (R‐Ronkonkoma) recently participated at the Centereach Fire Department’s parade and carnival, which commemorated their 80th Anniversary of serving the district. The parade took place along Middle Country Road in Centereach, and the carnival was held atthe department’s headquarters.  “Centereach Fire Department was established March 9, 1933, and currently respondsto nearly 3,000 calls each year,” stated Legislator Muratore. “Everybody should be mindful of the service these brave men and women provide the community as volunteers; where would we be without them? Thank you, Centereach Fire Department, for 80 years of dedication, commitment and service,” concluded Muratore.