Supervisor, Assembly Candidates to Appear at Strong's Neck Civic Meeting

Residents will have the chance to ask questions.

Do you have a question for Brian Beedenbender or Ed Romaine? For Steve Englebright or Deborah McKee?

If so, then head down to the Setauket Neighborhood House on Wednesday at 8 p.m. for the Strong's Neck Civic Association's "Meet the Candidates" night. Each candidate will deliver a personal statement, and residents will have the chance to ask their own questions in a "town hall" type of format. The Strong's Neck Civic Association will stress that the conversations should be civil in nature.

Beedenbender and Romaine appeared together for the first time on Oct. 1 at the meeting of the Civic Association of the Setaukets and Stony Brook. They will be in attendance on Wednesday night along with State Assemb. Steve Englebright and his challenger Deborah McKee. McKee was not present at last week's event.

Johny Q October 12, 2012 at 12:03 PM
Change is good. Vote for McKee.
Susanne Meyers October 12, 2012 at 05:51 PM
Depends on the type of change; not all change is good. I'll stick with a consistently honest & dedicated public official who has worked hard to promote environmental conservation and has initiated a comprehensive array of preventative & supportive programs focused on the health & well being of his constituents. We'll stick with Englebright, thanks!


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