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Brooke Lupinacci is a former prosecutor who’s dedicated her life to protecting our community. She’s protected our safety as an Assistant District Attorney, protected our quality of life as an attorney for the Town of Huntington, and protected the rights of both Town workers and Town management. Now, she’s running for Huntington Town Council to protect our quality of life.

Brooke began her career in public service as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County, prosecuting felons for financial crimes that ripped off families, businesses, and taxpayers. Brooke is known to have achieved justice for victims by securing criminal convictions related to embezzlements, fraud, home improvement scams, welfare fraud and money laundering while serving in the Economic Crime Bureau. Brooke also earned recognition for her work in prosecuting other type of crimes such as misdemeanor level sex offenses, domestic violence, bias crimes and graffiti cases. No one is more qualified to protect Huntington families and seniors and to fight against pro-criminal policies like cashless bail, which releases dangerous criminals from jail.
After having her first son, Brooke then changed career paths and joined the Town of Huntington as an Assistant Town Attorney in 2015. In this role, Brooke combatted quality of life violations throughout the Town by enforcing the Town Code, thereby helping to remove eyesores like zombie homes, hoarder properties and squatter houses from our neighborhoods. Also responsible for protecting the legal interests of Huntington taxpayers, Brooke served as counsel to the Town’s elected officials, Departments, and staff concerning the legal implications of policies, actions, and administrative decisions.
Brooke was most recently appointed to serve as Huntington’s Director of Labor Relations, where she’s trusted to oversee the day-to-day relations between management and the Town’s workforce that is largely unionized. Brooke administers, and participates in the negotiation of, the Town’s three collective bargaining agreements- including facilitating the resolution of labor disputes and the disposition of employee discipline matters. She manages the Town’s recruitment process to ensure that the Town employs qualified individuals in accordance with applicable law. Brooke protects vulnerable employees by investigating workplace complaints and by directing those employees who struggle with alcohol or substance abuse to the Town’s employee assistance program- all while fostering a better work environment for a workforce of over 900 employees.

As our next Councilwoman, Brooke will work to hold the line on property taxes while ensuring the Town of Huntington delivers the highest quality services for all residents. Brooke will invest in local parks, continue her work to eliminate vacant zombie houses, protect our waterways, and protect our environment.

A St. Anthony’s High School graduate and lifelong “Friar,” Brooke earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from New York University and a Juris Doctor from Touro Law School. She is a trustee of the Huntington Lawyers Club and is a graduate of Leadership Huntington. A life-long Town of Huntington resident, Brooke and her husband, Stephen, are raising their three sons in Lloyd Harbor.

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