It has been four years since I was first sworn into office to serve as your representative in Suffolk County’s Fifth District, a beautiful place with its own unique attributes and needs. Together we have risen to challenges and fought for what we believe is right. Together we have faced the fury of nature and started to ignite a languishing economy.  Together we have celebrated triumphs of human spirit and cheered on the smaller, daily victories that unite us all.  Together we have worked to set the course of Suffolk County right again.


We have been successful on many fronts, but there is still more work to be done. As the Legislature’s new Majority Leader in 2016, I look forward to using this new avenue to effect change and unite my colleagues on important matters. I am proud of what my fellow legislators and I have accomplished so far and remain excited by the opportunities in each day.


As always, however, you remain critical to my role, for it is you who keeps me here fighting for our future. The vision you and I share for our destiny is what motivates me as a public servant. The disappointments that come from the slow pace of change that seems to be built into governmental operations are far outweighed by the sense of hope that I get from our continued partnership toward making our community the best it can be. As always, please contact my office to share ideas or discuss issues of concern. I am here to help.


Best wishes,

Suffolk County Legislator
Fifth District


Local Law 16-2014 established specific guidelines that better regulate pet dealers and pet stores operating in Suffolk County.  Click here to review Local Law 16-2014.

If you believe a pet dealer or pet shop is violating Local Law 16-2014, click here for details on how to file a complaint with Suffolk County's Department of Labor, Licensing and Consumer Affairs .

Listing of commonly abused prescription drugs.  Click here to see what you need to be on the look out for.  To receive a copy, please contact Legislator Hahn’s office at (631) 854-1650.

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-- Introduced legislation to increase the transparency of asset forfeiture funds overseen by Suffolk County Agencies (IR 1927-2016).

-- Sponsored a bill to amend and improve the County’s alarm program permitting process (IR 1875-2016).

-- Designated the week of September 5th through September 11th as “Suicide Prevention Week” in Suffolk County (IR 1814-2016).

-- Drafted legislation to appoint Dennis Whittam as a member of the Suffolk County Vocational, Education, and Extension Board (IR 1775-2016).

Volunteerism not Fall-ing During Annual Station Cleanup The Three Village Civic Association’s Greening of 25A Committee had an incredible turnout for our 2016 fall clean-up at the Stony Brook Railroad Station. Our volunteers worked hard to spruce-up this important and extremely visible gateway to our community. Our appreciation goes out to all the civic and community volunteers that made the event possible. We had over 50 undergraduate students from Stony Brook University’s Commuter Student Services participate as well as volunteers from the Ward Melville High School Key Club and from the Stony Brook School. In total we had over 100 volunteers ranging in age from 3 to 73 years old. As always, we could not have done it without the support of Brookhaven Town’s Highway Department. Thank you to everyone involved!