Huntington – The Town Ethics Board
held their quarterly meeting on Friday, June 8, at Town Hall, where they
elected fellow member Sheryl L. Randazzo as their first chairperson.
The law requiring the Town Board of
Ethics to elect a chairperson was passed at the May 1 Town Board Meeting.
Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, who
sponsored the resolution requiring a chairperson be elected from among the
Ethics Board members, said, “Ms. Randazzo is a well-respected member of the
Huntington community and the legal profession. Her election as chairperson of
the Town’s Ethics Board will assist the Board in the continued effective
administration of their obligation to the residents of Huntington.”
Sheryl L. Randazzo is currently a
partner in the Huntington law firm of Randazzo & Randazzo LLP, specializing
in Estate Planning and Elder Law. She previously served as the president of the
Suffolk County Bar Association and was an adjunct professor of law at Touro Law
Center. In addition to being a well-respected lawyer, Ms. Randazzo also gives
back by volunteering in numerous community service organizations across the
town and holding frequent educational law lectures.
The Town Board of Ethics oversees
all ethics training for Town employees, investigations regarding potential Town
Code of Ethics violations, administration of the Town’s financial disclosure
program, and continuously improving the Town Code of Ethics.
In the photo: Sheryl L. Randazzo.