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Practice Next To Arsenic Mountain

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This photo was taken on Sunday, September 23, 2012.  Athletes practice at Manor Field with contaminated soil in the background from the Avalon Bay Huntington Station construction site.

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The parcel will be used for continued agricultural uses, the reconstruction of some of the farm buildings, and activities consistent with a passive park to include the creation of recreational trails and educational/interpretive uses.

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On June 20th, 2012 the Town of Huntington Planning Board approved a subdivision known as Goose Hill Plat, which is located in Cold Spring Harbor.  The approval will add two more homes on the site in addition to the existing Captains House located on the middle parcel.  The location of the parcels is on the […]

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Five resolutions were approved at the Town of Huntington’s Economic Development meeting held on September 4th.

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Mr. Carter Stated that “Site preparation has begun for construction of the plaza in front of 1000 New York Avenue.

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It is especially disturbing that these contaminated soil piles are in such close proximity to Huntington Country Farms and furthermore even closer to Manor Field.

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The lawsuit was brought by Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano, a Republican, whose county, which lies on the western half of Long Island, is located within the taxing district.

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We recently published two stories about elected officials being stonewalled in obtaining pertinent financial information in the use of public money.  One was regarding a request made by Councilman Mark Mayoka, the other by Councilman Gene Cook.  Prior to publishing the stories we asked for comments from Town Hall.  As is typical, they simply ignored […]

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The Town of Huntington issues this statement with respect to departmental restructuring:
‘There was a productive meeting today with relevant department heads to discuss how,through cooperation and sharing, the Town could realize significant savings in the areas of maintaining Town roads and Town facilities without changing the organizational structure of Town departments. Among the areas identified […]

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An overwhelming majority of the residents who spoke are in favor of keeping the office of Highway Superintendent as an independently elected position.

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