STONY BROOK, NY - On Friday, May 25, 2018, Congressman Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1) joined local veterans as a Guest Speaker at the Long Island State Veterans Home in Stony Brook for their Memorial Day ceremony.
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Cub Scout Pack 589 from Hauppauge recently hosted a Blue and Gold banquet.
The banquets are held to celebrate the pack's anniversary as well as thank pack leaders and other adults who have helped the pack, and inspire the leaders, Scouts, and parents.
The Hauppauge held their awards ceremony on March 11 at the Stonebridge Country Club.
MATTITUCK, NY — Rep. Lee Zeldin took a stand for the environment Monday, hosting a press conference to urge Congress to continue funding the Long Island Sound Restoration and National Estuary Programs.
Those efforts, he said, are important, "should continue — and certainly not be eliminated," he said.
Rep. Lee Zeldin is calling on Congress to approve funding for the Long Island Sound Program and the National Estuary Program and to pass the Long Island Sound Restoration and Stewardship Act.
Congressman Lee Zeldin, co-chair of the Long Island Sound Caucus and a founding member of the bipartisan Congressional Estuary Caucus, joined by local elected officials and environmental advocates at press conference on Monday calling for full support of the Long Island Sound Program and National Estuary Program.
Congressman Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) on Monday called on his colleagues in Congress to ensure continued funding for the Long Island Sound and National Estuary programs in upcoming appropriations votes.
The quality of Long Island waters has been on the mind of elected officials from all levels of government recently, and a representative from the federal government has joined the fray, calling for more funding for two Environmental Protection Agency programs.
Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) said yesterday that he will fight against federal cuts to Long Island environmental programs rumored to be on the chopping block in President Donald Trump’s budget.
A bill to expand the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008, or MIPPA, has been re-introduced as part of a bi-partisan effort led by U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin to expand the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Competitive Bidding Program.
Congressman Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) held mobile office hours Friday at the Hagerman Fire Department in East Patchogue, where hundreds of people gathered to meet the congressman and share their concerns.
Constituents first filled out forms indicating the topics they wanted to address, which included health care, tax reform, immigration, education, voting rights and the environment.
As a Jewish man growing up in culturally diverse New York, U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin said he has never once been the victim of anti-Semitism.