It is an honor and a privilege to serve the people of the 14th legislative district, as their Suffolk County Legislator. I am thrilled to bring my 24 years of government experience to County Government. My goals as a legislator are bringing fiscal responsibility back the Suffolk County by working to balance the budget and reduce the deficit, working to protect and improve our county’s great parks, and making sure the south shore recovers 100% from all the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.


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-- Co-Sponsored A Local Law to strengthen policy against dual public salaries. (IR 1043-14).

-- Co-Sponsored legislation requiring installation of carbon monoxide detectors at County Facilities. (IR 1247-14).

-- Co-Sponsored Legislation exploring the Feasibility of a legal action against major cigarette manufacturers. (IR 1249-14). 


Suffolk County Legislator McCaffrey Attends Inaugural Meeting Of West Babylon High’s Business Advisory Board West Babylon, NY: Suffolk County Legislator Kevin McCaffrey (R-Lindenhurst) recently attended the inaugural meeting of the West Babylon High School Business Advisory Board (BAB). The meeting took place at the school’s library, where introductory presentations were made before the members of the West Babylon Main Street Organization. The creation of the BAB was spearheaded by the faculty of the Business Education Department, in order to create a vibrant networking system between the high school and the local business community. Due to the increasingly competitive job market, the BAB’s founders believe that with such a network students could not only have the opportunity to explore their future career options, but maybe even get a leg up when looking for a job.