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Suffolk County Fish & Reef
2402 Ocean Ave, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
Open since October 2003, Suffolk County Fish & Reef specializes in aquatic installations and aquarium maintenance.More The experienced, knowledgeable staff has more than 30 years of experience in designing and installing aquariums.
Susan A. Kassel
500 Portion Rd, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
Susan A. Kassel is an attorney who has been serving Suffolk County since 1994. Ms. Kassel specializes in criminal lawMore (including DWI and DUI cases), family law, real estate, divorce, estate planning and probate. The attorney has two offices in Suffolk County, located in East Islip and Ronkonkoma, and is available for evening and some weekend appointments.
Suffolk County Police Department
125 Waverly Ave, Patchogue, NY 11772

The Suffolk County Police Department has about 2,500 sworn officers, making it one of the largest police agencies inMore the country. In addition to officers, the department also employs 500 civilians, as well as nearly 400 school crossing guards.

It has a number of specialized units, including highway patrol, arson, aviation, an emergency service section, an airport operations section, a marine bureau and auxiliary police.

The SCPD's fifth and sixth precincts cover parts of the Sachem area.

Sachem Sports Club
100 Furrows Rd, Holbrook, NY 11741

The Sachem Sports Club is a non profit youth athletic organization,located; in Suffolk County, Long Island, New York.More SSC provides quality youth athletic programs for the children in our area of Suffolk County. They provide athletic instruction and competition in football, lacrosse, and cheerleading for boys and girls ages 5 - 13.

In 2010, the SSC formed when Sachem Youth Sports and the Sachem Athletic Club joined.

Suffolk County Government
100 Veterans Hwy, Hauppauge, NY 11788

Suffolk County government is the main body of government that handles the Sachem area, aside the Town of BrookhavenMore and Islip. 

Run by County Executive Steve Levy, a Sachem High School alum, the county is divided into 18 legislative districts, each represented by a legislator. As of 2010, there are nine democrats, six republicans, two members of the Independence Party of New York, and one legislator from the Working Families Party.

The main county offices are located in the H. Lee Dennison Building on Veterans Memorial Highway in Hauppauge. 

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