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Today, John Gomez announced on his daily radio show that Huntington Supervisor Frank Petrone has handed in his retirement papers. Gomez explained “what this essentially means is that on top of collecting his $160,000 a year salary, he is going to get his retirement pension which will bring his annual intake to nearly $280,000”. Gomez […]

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It is disgraceful that with all the talk of “Revitalization of Huntington Station” the first thing a visitor sees coming into Huntington by train is Graffiti.

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According to sources at the company, the plans for the parcel included a commercial project that would not have included any housing and would have resulted in approximately $250,000 annual tax revenue to the Huntington School District.

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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION OPENED…
A criminal investigation into the alleged transport and burning of radiated waste in Huntington has been opened by the DEC at the request of Governor Cuomo.

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On February 18, 2014, a special meeting was held by the Huntington Town Board for the purpose of settling the 26 year battle about the fate of the Ruland Road development in Melville. The resolution to settle the lawsuit passed with a vote of 4 – 0. Newly elected Councilwoman Tracey Edwards abstained. The settlement […]

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Despite concern from Huntington Union Free School District Board of Education, the Town Board intends to vote on important zoning changes for Huntington Station at tonight’s (2/4/14) Town Board meeting meeting.
The following zoning changes are scheduled to be voted on at this evening’s Town Board Meeting:
2014-61.  AUTHORIZE the first amendment to the Master Developer Agreement […]

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On January 6, Ryan Porter and other representatives from Renaissance Downtowns addressed the Huntington School District Board of Education and made themselves available to answer questions.  Renaissance Downtowns is the master developer that was chosen by the Town of  Huntington in 2012 to help with the revitalization of Huntington Station.
Sean McLean, Renaissance VP and Erika […]

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Editor’s note:  This story was originally published last year.  In light of the recent alarming findings in the Suffolk County’s Comprehensive Water Resources Management Plan, we have decided to run it again.
By Ilene Fucci
Dan Gulizio was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Greater Huntington Civic Group. Mr. Gulizio is a resident of […]

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In November 2013, Judge Hackling decided in favor of the LaVertu’s in the town’s case against them.  It is alleged that the Town acted in a retaliatory manor against the LaVertu’s in regards to violations and fines on their home.  The defendant’s motion to vacate a Conditional Discharge and dismiss a Declaration of Delinquency was […]

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Ruland Road Lawsuit Continues

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After several hours and dozens of speakers, the town board voted unanimously to delay the decision to settle the Ruland Road law suit.
The lawsuit was initially brought by the Huntington Branch of the NAACP, Fair Housing in Huntington Committee, Inc. (“FHHC”), and several plaintiff’s including; Athena Hawkins, Ian John and Lynda John, Jasmine Curtis, Shavonda […]

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