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Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy Blurs the Line

It seems there is a new website http://www.stevelevy.info.  It doesn’t say who pays for the site.  Is it a government site or a political one?

It states its purpose as:

Hello, and welcome to my website. I set up this site in the interest of keeping all residents of Suffolk County apprised of what their government is doing for them. I encourage you to sign up for e-mail alerts to better keep you up to date of the work we’re doing here in Suffolk. Also, feel free to use our “Tell A Friend” feature to keep your family and friends aware of what’s going on as well. I hope you find this information helpful, and remember, here in Suffolk County, we work for you.

Yet right next to it is a donation request, and I don’t think it is to solve the municipal budget gap.  So we get a political site masqurading as a govenrment site.

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