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Thank you for visiting my webpage. It is both an honor and a privilege to be your advocate.

The 15th Legislative District encompasses Amityville Village, North Amityville, Copiague, East Farmingdale, Wyandanch, Wheatley Heights and parts of West Babylon, North Babylon and North Lindenhurst. We are a racially, geographically and economically diverse community, and in our diversity lies our strength.


I represent the interests of the entire district. I will fight to make our streets safer and our downtowns more vibrant. I will continue to support affordable housing projects such as Copiague Commons and Wyandanch Rising, and I will work with my colleagues to restore confidence in our police department.

Government must be more accessible and responsive to its constituents. My staff and I are eager to help you and hear your concerns. If you are in need of assistance, please contact us.

• Visit our office at 15 Albany Avenue in Amityville.

• Call us at 631-854-1111.

• Fill out our Constituent Service Request Form online. To best serve you, please specify the exact issue with which you need assistance and remember to include all your contact information so that someone from our office can get back to you.

I look forward to hearing from you.



DuWayne Gregory
Presiding Officer and 15th District Legislator
Suffolk County Legislature



To Establish the Suffolk County Next Generation Advisory Council. (Res. 647-16)

To Prohibit the Sale of Powdered Caffeine to Minors in Suffolk County. (Local Law 30-14)

Authorizing sale of Foley facility and Property, Yaphank. (Res. 515-13)

Directing the Division of Transportation, Department of Public Works, to promote 511ny.org for planning public transportation routes. (Gregory) (Res. 225-13)


Ban on Sale of Powdered Nicotine to Minors in Suffolk County Left to right are County Legislators William Lindsay, Robert Trotta, Sarah Anker, Al Krupski, DuWayne Gregory, William Spencer Keven McCaffrey and Tom Muratore voicing support for the legislation banning sale of powdered caffeine to minors in Suffolk County.


Legislator DuWayne Gregory
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