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Joseph Saladino New York State Assemblyman

Joseph Saladino was first elected to the New York State Assembly in March 2004. He represented and protected businesses and jobs, has been a voice for overburdened property taxpayers, and an advocate for the environment, while vigorously working to protect women and children from sexual predators.

Joe Saladino has 23 years of government experience, including the last nine as a New York State Assemblyman. In Albany, he has long teamed with Senators Owen Johnson and Chuck Fuschillo, and stands for reform, reducing taxes and restoring efficiency to State government. He opposes unfunded mandates to make our communities more affordable. He successfully fought for significant increases in state aid to our schools and for Long Island's fair share.

His cornerstone has been protecting children from predators. He helped to sponsor and pass the current civil confinement law, keeping dangerous criminals off of our streets, and fought for a new, stronger "Megan's Law." As a veteran in the Assembly, he is the Assembly Minority Conference’s Program Chairman. He sits on the Assembly's Governmental Employees, Education, Labor, and Environmental Conservation Committees and has co-chaired task forces on High Tax Relief, Small Business Development, and Safe Communities. He recently created a Heroin and Prescription Drug Abuse Relief Task Force to protect our youth. Assemblyman Saladino was also a main sponsor and advocate for I-STOP (Internet System for Tracking Over-Prescribing) legislation – a new system designed to track dangerous medicines and prescriptions in real-time, greatly reducing drug seekers’ ability to “doctor shop” and stock-pile pills for abuse or resale. As a lifelong boater and fisherman, he advocates for our rights, including ending the fee for saltwater fishing licenses in New York.

Joe Saladino began his career in broadcast journalism as a news anchor and reporter with Long Island’s largest television and radio stations including WALK, WLIW CH21 and NEWS 12 Long Island. He broadcasted the morning news and hosted a talk show on WNYG on Route 109 in West Babylon. He also worked with a Long Island civil engineering firm immersed in civil construction and environmental engineering projects. He sponsors green technology legislation, including creating solar energy development zones and the Long Island Green Jobs Act.

A lifelong community volunteer, he is a 24-year member and past Kiwanis Club President where he received the distinguished “Kiwanian of the Year” award. He is also a member of the Sons of Italy-Columbus Lodge and a former Trustee of the Historical Society. He has volunteered helping veterans at the Northport VA Hospital and is an American Legion SOL member and an honorary member of the Marine Corps League. He has worked with non-profit organizations helping breast cancer survivors, supporting the American Heart Association, the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind and the United Way, among many others. Volunteering for youth causes, he has coached youth ice hockey and continues to lead efforts with Boy Scouting and Girl Scouting. Assemblyman Saladino is an outdoorsman and mountain climber. He has climbed some of the world’s most famous mountains, carrying the Kiwanis International Flag to the top of Mount Whitney, the tallest mountain in the United States outside of Alaska, and Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Western Europe. In Italy, he climbed Mt. Etna and Mt. Stromboli, the world’s most active volcano. In New York, he went to the top of Mount Marcy, the Empire State’s highest peak, with an American flag to raise funds for the Kiwanis 9/11 Foundation.

Assemblyman Saladino has spent his life on the Great South Bay on the southern border of the Assembly District. He is an avid clammer, fisherman and boater who has studied our marine resources and has brought this background to the Assembly protecting our waterways, providing for our fishery and clean and plentiful drinking water. Assemblyman Saladino has presented conservation lectures providing video programs, radio talk shows and newspaper articles about Long Island’s aquifer and has taken a lead role in protecting it. He hosts a Marine and Outdoor Recreation Expo every year. He was recently inducted into the Massapequa High School Hall of Fame, where he graduated from Massapequa High School. Assemblyman Saladino attended Tulane University and holds a Master’s Degree from the New York Institute of Technology.


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Antonio A. Martinez
Town of Babylon
Deputy Supervisor, Councilman 

Supervisor's Office
200 E. Sunrise Highway
Lindenhurst, NY 11757

Ph: (631) 957-4472

Councilman Antonio A. Martinez
Early Life
Tony Martinez was born in El Salvador, Central America and immigrated to the United States in 1982, at the age of 13. Mr. Martinez and his family fled their native land due to a bloody civil war that ravaged the country in the 1980s, but fortunately they settled in the Village of Lynbrook in the Township of Hempstead to begin their American dream. 

Mr. Martinez is a proud product of New York State’s public education system. He attended and graduated the State University of New York College at Oneonta. Mr. Martinez majored in political science and history and completed a public policy internship with the New York State Department of Labor. 

Upon graduating college, Tony Martinez began his career helping and empowering people. His first job with Catholic Charities introduced him to community organizing which led to a career in helping others help themselves. Tony worked for affiliates of the Industrial Areas Foundation, Long Island Congregations Association and Neighborhoods (LICAN), and East Brooklyn Congregations (EBC) helping homeowners battle unscrupulous contractors, predatory lenders and absentee landlords, building homeowners associations, assisting parents in addressing educational issues in their public schools, and supporting residents addressing quality of life issues. As a community organizer, Tony’s role was to build the organizations and empower their members to act for social change. Through his training and employment he learned the art of one-to-one, relationship building and provided the tools to people to be effective advocates for themselves. 

After working as a community organizer, Tony Martinez was hired by the Empire State Regional Council of Carpenters as a union organizer. Tony used what he learned as a community organizer and helped carpenters and other workers recoup hundreds of thousands of dollars in back wages and assisted in leveling the playing field for contractors that played by the rules. With the carpenters union, Mr. Martinez represented the interests of union and non-union carpenters with the fundamental purpose to raise their standard of living. As a union organizer, Tony worked closely with law enforcement at the federal, state, and county levels to protect and enforce labor laws, particularly in the area of prevailing wage and payroll tax laws.

Tony has been involved in numerous commissions and boards including:
  • Boys Scouts of America Sagtikos District Nominations Committee Chairman
  • Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Gerald Ryan Outreach Center
  • Pronto of Long Island
  • Suffolk County Hispanic Advisory Board
  • Suffolk County Workforce Housing Commission
  • Town of Babylon Planning Board

As councilman, Tony chairs the Parks and Recreation Committee and works diligently to serve the interests of all residents in the Town of Babylon.

Tony was appointed councilman by Supervisor Steve Bellone and the town board on July 15, 2008. On November 4, 2008, he was elected to serve the remainder of an unexpired term and has been subsequently re-elected to full terms in 2009 and 2013. Currently, Tony is serving as deputy supervisor to Supervisor Rich Schaffer. 

Personal Life
Tony is married to Marisol, and they both are the proud parents of Zachary, Tomas, and Nicholas. They live in the hamlet of Wheatley Heights.


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