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Aug
30
2017

Josh on LI News Radio's "Your Island with Tom Schiliro."read more »

Aug
30
2017

Josh on LI News Radio's, "Your Island with Tom Schiliro."read more »

Jun
22
2017

After graduating with a B.A. in political science from SUNY Albany, Josh Slaughter did what most millennial college grads do: moved home. Unlike most new college grads, he was able to find a job in his field soon after. “[County Legis. Kate Browning] had just been elected,” Slaughter explained in an interview earlier this month. “I always envisioned pursuing law school, but I couldn’t pass up this opportunity.”

He became a legislative...read more »

Apr
17
2017

Josh was on an episode of Your Island with Tom Schilaro on 04/17/2017. Click below to listen.read more »

Mar
5
2017
Josh Slaughter

Legislator Kate Browning (WF-Shirley) recently honored her Chief of Staff, Joshua Slaughter of Shirley, and Suffolk County’s Department of Social Services Community Relations Director, John Nieves of Bellport, on being named Long Island’s 2013 Top Young Professionals by the Huntington Chamber of Commerce. Slaughter and Nieves were presented with a proclamation and glass plaque at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury. Thirty individuals...read more »

Nov
20
2016
Suffolk County Legis. Kate Browning and legislative aide Joshua Slaughter walk through next to the county farm in Yaphank on Nov. 19, 2015. (Credit: James Carbone)

Legis. Kate Browning has another year in office before being forced out by term limits, but her chief of staff Josh Slaughter seems to be preparing for a run.

Slaughter last week passed out palm cards with his picture on them in parts of the district. The cards invite residents to contact Slaughter with county issues. They feature Browning’s office number and Slaughter’s cellphone and county email address. Browning said the cards are...read more »

Nov
16
2016

A new master plan for Suffolk’s Yaphank county center recommends no more land be sold from the 683-acre complex, saying the county should need no more than 60 acres for new facilities.

The proposal says the rest of the vacant 197 acres should be preserved in the long run for parkland.

“It’s a good compromise,” said Legis. Kate Browning (WF-Shirley) who sponsored legislation calling for the six-month study.

She said the...read more »

Apr
14
2016

It was the first time the Suffolk County Democrats ever hosted a presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton helped raise $510,000 for the party, said Suffolk County Democratic Chairman Rich Schaffer at press time.

Clinton also attracted 850 supporters to the tightly secured Villa Lombardi’s catering venue in Holbrook.

Clinton swung through back-to-back appearances on Monday, including a roundtable...read more »