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Grand Jury Report critical of Smithtown town
nments supervision
of commercial
property demolition…

The Grand Jury Report is public record and available at the link below. It is 40 pages, but double spaced, and well worth the few minutes it takes to read it.

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County Exec Bellone Endorses Bill Holst For Smithtown Supervisor


Bill HolstSuffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today endorsed Democrat Bill Holst for Town Supervisor.  Holst, a key leader in the Smithtown community for decades, is running for the town leadership post in the first openly competitive race in decades.  

“Bill Host is the only candidate in this race who has the vision and experience necessary to lead Smithtown residents,” said County Executive Bellone.  “Having Bill Holst as a partner in Smithtown Town Government would provide residents the strong leadership that is necessary to continue moving important initiatives such as improving our regional water quality and furthering our economic development efforts in the beautiful hamlets throughout Smithtown. I have known Bill for over 20 years and I have no doubt that he is the smart, innovative and capable leader that can keep Smithtown moving in the right direction.”

Over the last thirty years, Bill has served as the president of the local school board, as an officer of the Greater Smithtown Chamber of Commerce and was twice elected as a Suffolk County Legislator. As a Legislator, Bill spearheaded efforts that were critical to revitalizing downtown areas in the hamlets of Smithtown, Kings Park, St. James and Nesconset and was a driving force behind countless historic preservation initiatives throughout our communities. Bill has also worked passionately with civic groups, boy and Girl Scout troops and youth sports organizations and championed their efforts every step of the way.

Bill Holst commented, “I am very pleased to have earned the confidence and support of the County Executive. I look forward to the opportunity to work with him to move Smithtown forward.”

Holst is running on the Democratic, Working Families and Women’s Equality tickets along with Town Council candidates Amy Fortunato and Patricia Stoddard as well as Town Clerk candidate Justin Smiloff.  The election is on Tuesday, November 7.



Reader Comments (1)

Democratic Suffolk County Executive endorses
Democratic candidate for Smithtown Supervisor!

In other news, sun rose in the east this morning.
Thu, October 12, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJim Andersen

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