Suffolk County Legislator Steve Stern is a Democrat who represents the 16th District of Suffolk County. He was first…More elected to office in 2005. Legislator Stern is the chairman of the Veterans and Seniors Committee. Additionally, he is the vice chairman of the Public Works and Transportation, Economic Development, Higher Education and Energy committees. Stern is married and the father of two young children.
The Suffolk County park located at 101 Browns Road is known as West Neck Farm and Coindre Hall. The Coindre Hall Park…More portion of this park is more than 30 acres in size. The mansion on the property was originally built by George McKesson Brown, a pharmaceutical magnate. The property was deeded to Suffolk County in 1973. In 1989, the mansion was the added to the National Register of Historic Places. That same year it was also dedicated to the Suffolk County Historic Trust.
Weddings and other events can be held at Coindre Hall. Splashes of Hope, which is a nonprofit organization of artists, offers free guided tours of the estate during the summer. If interested in a tour, please contact Heather Bugee at (631) 424-8230.
Kids First Evaluation & Advocacy 18 Whistler Hill Ln, Huntington, NY11743 Kids First Evaluation & Advocacy Center provides special needs services to children in Suffolk County under the…More direction of the New York State Education Department and the Suffolk County Department of Health. Highly trained, New York State licensed therapists conduct comprehensive evaluations and therapy, specializing in – but not limited to – speech pathology.
There are District Courts in Nassau County and the five western towns of Suffolk County. District…More Courts have criminal jurisdiction over misdemeanors and lesser offenses, and civil jurisdiction over claims of up to $15,000.
The District Courts are the "local criminal court" and the "local civil court" for the municipalities they serve.
The Suffolk County District Court became operational in January 1964. Prior to its creation, each of the five western towns of the county (Babylon, Huntington, Smithtown, Islip and Brookhaven) had what would now be considered a town justice court (as the five eastern towns of Suffolk County still operate).
The Uniform District Court Act transferred the authority of the five western town courts to the newly established District Court and provided for a courthouse in each of the five districts and a central location referred to as the First District.