I am proud to serve as your county legislator for the First Legislative District. In the past several months, I have met many people throughout the entire district who have a strong understanding of what is important to their community. My record on land preservation, environmental protection and supporting local business has resonated with those who do not know me personally but favor this kind of government.

With a twenty-year history of service as a town trustee and an additional seven years as a town board member, I have forged a legacy of bi-partisanship and working in the best interest of the entire community.

Government must serve all the people. This is what I will bring to the table when facing the challenges on the county level, where problems can be resolved through hard work and cooperation.


My legislative priorities include the following:

  • Improving water quality and protecting our environment
  • Continuing to preserve farmland and open space
  • Keeping taxes in check
  • Promoting economic growth
  • Protecting the health and welfare of Suffolk County residents

I encourage my constituents to contact my office with any questions or concerns about Suffolk County issues at 631-852-3200.



Click here to read Legislator Krupski’s
Op Ed piece on Deer Management

February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month

Do you know that 1 in 10 teens reports being physically
abused by a boyfriend or girlfriend in the last year?

Many others are sexually or emotionally abused by their dating partners. Shocking! Yet many teens do not report abuse because they are afraid to tell friends and family.

Parents and caregivers can do much to prevent teen dating violence and abuse. One of the most important things you can do is keep the lines of communication open with your kids. Take some time this month to learn how you can make a difference:

  • Be a role model - treat your kids and others with respect.
  • Start talking to your kids about healthy relationships early - before they start dating.
  • Get involved with efforts to prevent dating violence at your teen’s school.
  • Call the National Dating Abuse Helpline at 1-866-331-9474 or text “loveis” to 77054, if you are worried about your teen.

To find out more about how to prevent dating violence, visit http://www.cdc.gov/features/datingviolence/

Down Payment Assistance
Available for First Time Home Buyers

Grants in the amount of $14,000 are available for qualifying individuals and families to help out with down payments on first homes. To find out more about the program, the eligibility guidelines or to obtain an application, please call the Suffolk County Community Development Office at 631.853.5705 or visit their website by clicking here.

Help Your Community - Become a Suffolk County Police Officer

The Suffolk County Police Department is seeking applicants. The tentative exam date is June 2015. Interested parties can apply online beginning June 2014 at www.joinscpd.com. Applications must be filed by April 2015.

Tick Publication

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-- Adopting Local Law No. -2014, A Local Law restoring financial disclosure requirements for Farmland Committee members (IR 1119-14)

-- Authorizing appraisal of land under the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program, as amended by Local Law No. 24-2007, Gorman property - Town of Riverhead (SCTM No. 0600-007.00-03.00-043.000) (IR 1127-14)

-- To advance land acquisitions under the Old Drinking Water Protection Program (IR 1141-14)


Riverhead Lady Waves Riverhead Lady Waves U10 Fastpitch Softball team placed first in the National Junior Baseball League this past fall and was honored by the Suffolk County Legislature. They are pictured with Head Coach Scott A. Wicklund.