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Councilwoman Susan Berland has said on multiple occasions that she “told the people at Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement group that Don Pius’ houses are legal, there is nothing we can do. She publicly claimed to worked with this group consistently to help the community”. To say that Berland is mistaken with these comments is an understatement. […]

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Joan’s Circle – Video

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The following video was from the Brownfield meeting on March 27, 2012.  It shows Joan Cergol’s explanation of what the report in question is all about.
 

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I left last nights meeting thinking to myself, Wow, what a knowledgeable group of people who really get it and have a desire to roll up their sleeves and fix the problems.  Unfortunately I am not talking about the well paid experts behind the podium who have brought us to this point.  I am talking about […]

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Don Pius & Town Hall

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Don Pius is one of the most notorious landlords in Huntington.  The history of Donald Pius in the Town of Huntington and specifically Huntington Station is a very involved story.  Over the past several decades Pius has made a fortune at the expense of his tenants and the tax payers.  The actual cost of Don Pius’ mismanagement […]

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This public hearing is held once a year.  The annual meeting will be held on Monday, March 19, 2012 at 6:00 pm at Town hall, 100 Main Street.
The purpose of the Board of Ethics and Financial Disclosure is to carry out the duties assigned to it by the Code of Ethics of the Town of Huntington […]

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We recently challenged the Huntington Housing Authority in regards to Chapter 40 of the Town Code.  We were trying to determine if they were complying with the law.  After many attempts to ascertain the facts the attorney for the HHA acknowledged that they were not complying with the law and they did not intend to.  The law […]

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The number of Congressional districts in New York is being reduced by 2 seats to 27 as a result of the 2010 Census. NY lawmakers were unable to agree on new Congressional districts so the leaders of the Legislature made separate proposals to a magistrate appointed by a panel of federal judges.

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Story update

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Town Board Public Hearing on Huntington Station Property Acquisition scheduled for March 13th.
The Huntington Town Board has scheduled a public hearing for March 13th, 2012 regarding acquiring 12 Academy Place (known as the Merksamer property) in Huntington Station. According to the Town website, the property in question is 1.06 acres and is contiguous to Gateway […]

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This is the Brownfield Report that we spoke of in the article Station Lied to Again.  We strongly recommend that you read the entire report.  We believe that Mr. Petrone and at least several members of the Town Council intend to move forward with these ideas.  The Huntingtonian received unconfirmed information that additional public funds […]

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