Suffolk County Legislator Anthony A. Picciril
Prior to being elected to office, Anthony went to Suffolk County Community College and Dowling College, where he studied history. He spent more than 20 years in the private sector working various service industry jobs. Additionally, he was a Legislative Aide for Suffolk County Legislator Steve Flotteron.
Anthony was first elected to office on November 5, 2019 and took his oath of office on January 2, 2020. The 8th Legislative District covers Bayport, Blue Point, Bohemia, Holbrook, Holtsville, Lake Ronkonkoma, Medford, Oakdale, Sayville and West Sayville. As Legislator, Anthony is currently serving on the Environment, Parks and Agriculture Committee as well as the Veterans and Consumer Affairs Committee. He also serves on the Environmental Trust Review Board as the minority caucus representative and the Capitol Budget Working Group. His top legislative priorities are to find a solution to solve the debt crisis in Suffolk County, protect our drinking water, and put a halt to the overdevelopment of our suburbs while promoting smart growth. He has sponsored legislation which includes honoring healthcare heros, securing the transition of power between county elected officials and granting healthcare workers a discounted price for the Suffolk County Parks Green Key Pass.