LIMBA (Long Island Metro Business Action) has announced that Chad Lupinacci, Supervisor, Town of Huntington, will be the guest speaker at the business networking group’s next virtual meeting on August 21. Mr. Lupinacci will discuss issues affecting the town, including the town’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the proposed settlement with the Long Island Power Authority to reduce the utility’s taxes for the Northport power plant.
Mr. Lupinacci served three terms as a Trustee for the South Huntington Union Free School District from 2004 to 2012, where he worked to improve the graduation rates across the district. From 2013 to 2017, he represented New York’s 10th Assembly District, which comprised of the western half of the Town of Huntington and part of the town of Babylon. As an assemblyman, he introduced proposals to help rejuvenate the local economy, such as reducing taxes on new and small businesses and providing incentives to hire new workers, including veterans and the unemployed. Mr. Lupinacci also worked to help reduce crime in the area to ensure that parents can raise their children in a safe and healthy environment.
He was elected Huntington Town Supervisor in 2017. He ran on a platform of term limits, ethics reform, cutting red tape and improving the quality of life for residents and businesses across the town. In addition, he was an attorney concentrating his practice in real estate law and estate planning.
Mr. Lupinacci received his B.A. in Political Science from Hofstra University. As an undergraduate, he interned for then-Assemblyman James Conte and former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. He earned his Juris Doctor from the Hofstra University School of Law and his Master’s in Business Administration from the Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University.
The meeting begins at 9 a.m. Please visit the LIMBA website to register for the event. Registration is free, but spots for this discussion will be limited.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, or for a list of upcoming events, call (631) 757-1698 or visit www.limba.net.
Since 1968, LIMBA (Long Island Metro Business Action) has been Long Island’s catalyst for economic investment and improvement, sponsoring lively breakfast forums featuring Long Island business activists and government officials. Its mission is to promote and address issues that affect the quality of life on Long Island. For more information, call (631) 757-1698 or visit www.limba.net.