Assemblyman Doug Smith (R,C,I-Holbrook) joined his fellow Minority Colleagues today, calling for a repeal of the executive order that declared a disaster emergency in New York following the COVID-19 pandemic spread.
Assemblyman Doug Smith (R,C,I-Holbrook)introducing legislation that would prohibit statewide elected officials from profiting from published works while serving in their position
Assemblyman Doug Smith (R,C,I-Holbrook) today was appointed as the Ranking Member on the New York State Assembly’s prestigious Education Committee which is responsible for overseeing educational policies and programs affecting prekindergarten, elementary, and secondary education for approximately 3 million children attending both public and nonpublic schools.
On Monday, New York State Assemblyman Doug Smith and his COVID-19 Emergency Small Business Task Force comprised of area Chamber of Commerce Presidents and local businesses was joined by Long Island state, county, and town elected officials in calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to restore local control to the COVID-19 response.
Yesterday New York State Assemblymen Doug Smith (R-Holbrook) and Andrew Garbarino (R-Sayville) joined Suffolk County Deputy Sheriffs PBA President John Becker and Vice President Artie Sanchez to accept a generous donation of 500 KN95 masks made by Jim Cotgreave of the Cotgreave Insurance Agency in Lake Ronkonkoma.
Pictured: Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th District)
Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th District) is pleased to announce his upcoming Operation Safe Child Kids ID event.
Pictured: Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th District) calling for the repeal of the new Bail Reform law
Pictured: Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th Assembly District) second from left with the Lakeland Fire Department at their annual installation dinner
pictured: Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th District) with George and Debbie Stondell
Pictured from left to right: Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino, Assemblyman Joe DeStefano, Town of Brookhaven Councilwoman Jane Bonner, Sen. Monica Martinez, Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo and Assemblyman Doug Smith
pictured: Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th District) left and Stony Brook University Interim President Dr. Michael Bernstein right
Assemblyman Smith blasts unconstitutional Bill Of Attainder that uses legislature as a political weapon.
Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th Assembly District) debates the 2019-20 New York State Budget
Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th Assembly District) attended a rally today calling for an increase in state aid for the Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS), which is used for the maintenance of local roads and bridges.
Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th Assembly District) joined Assemblywoman Melissa Missy Miller (R,C,I-Atlantic Beach) at a press conference to fight against $75 million cut toward the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP.)
Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th District) questions New York State Commissioner of Education, MaryEllen Elia on the status of the Smart Schools Bond Act during Higher Education Budget Hearing.
Assemblyman Doug Smith (5th Assembly District) has begun to speak with local government officials to discuss a ban on recreational marijuana dispensaries in his district on Long Island.
Smith calls for release of billions for education safety and technology investments.
Assemblyman Doug Smith joined with County and Brookhaven Town Officials for grand opening of the long awaited ShopRite on Portion Road in Lake Ronkonkoma.
Assemblyman Doug Smith recently joined with town and county officials in a ceremony commemorating the 27th Anniversary of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act at the Suffolk Independent Living Organization (SILO) in Holtsville.
Assemblyman Doug Smith said, With Long Islands rich heritage of aviation and aerospace manufacturing, I was so proud to join in todays ceremony at East/West Industries, a proud Women Owned Business here in Ronkonkoma, for the unveiling of a new Girl Scouts of Suffolk County Patch that incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. This is a tremendous opportunity for these scouts and I can tell they are very excited to take advantage of this program.
The New York State Department of Health will be conducting a regional cancer study in the Centereach, Selden, and Farmingville community which will conclude in December 2018.
Assemblyman Doug Smith representing our community, Assemblywoman Monica Piga Wallace representing Western New York, and Assemblyman Steve Stern representing the Town of Huntington, grew up in Holbrook and all graduated from Sachem.
Assemblyman Doug Smith recently joined with Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and Islip Town Board Members in renaming Inverness Road in Holbrook after FDNY Captain Vincent Rocco Ungaro.
Assemblyman Doug Smith joined Islandia Mayor Al Dorman along with town and county officials at the grand opening of the Village of Islandias new 9/11 First Responders Memorial Park.
Assemblyman Smith issued the following statement following the appointment of Solicitor General Barbara Underwoods appointment last week as Attorney General following the resignation of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Assemblyman Doug Smith was proud to attend a special event at East/West Industries, an aerospace manufacturer in Ronkonkoma that has partnered with Girl Scouts of Suffolk County with a new Patch program supporting STEM education.
Assemblyman Doug Smith, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, and Ronkonkoma Chamber of Commerce President Denise Schwarz join with Ronkonkoma Veterans at Memorial Day Event.
Assemblyman Doug Smith and Former Assemblyman Al Graf stand together for photo in the New York State Assembly Chambers.
Assemblyman Doug Smith joins Salvatore Scarlato, President of the New York Chapter of the Korean War Veterans, and his family.
Assemblyman Smith joined Congressman Peter King, Congressman Lee Zeldin, County Executive Steve Bellone and local officials in recognizing Armed Forces Day.
Assemblyman Doug Smith recently attended the Ronkonkoma Chamber of Commerce Annual Heart and Soul Awards Dinner where he joined town and county officials to congratulate the 2018 honorees.
Assemblyman Doug Smith recently spoke to seventh and eighth grade students at Seneca Middle School in Holbrook teaching them about State and Local government and leading a discussion on issues important to them.
Assemblyman Doug Smith was introduced this week on the floor of the New York State Assembly.