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Click here to read the Town of Huntington Audit report
We are in the process of analyzing the findings of the report and supporting documents.

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Renaissance Downtowns will present the document at the May 7th Town Board Meeting to be held at Town Hall, 100 Main Street, Huntington.

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The speakers for the evening included representatives from Renaissance Downtowns and Vision Long Island. Both groups are involved with the ongoing revitalization of Huntington Station.

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The Statues Have Arrived!

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The limestone statues that the EDC purchased to the tune of $65,000 have arrived!  The plaza is finally finished!  This is the before picture:

This is the final product of more than 5 years of work and millions of dollars of public funds:

 This is a link to a story we ran in July of 2012, it […]

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Suffolk County received worsening financial news this week when Fitch, a major bond rating company downgraded Suffolk County’s credit rating from “A+” to “A”.

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The Suffolk County Planning Commission will be meeting Wednesday March, 6th and one of the agenda items will be the Avalon Bay Huntington Station project

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In the clip Councilman Mayoka expresses concern about the downzoning and future land use of a parcel of land in Huntington Station on the corner of Columbia Street & Lowndes Avenue

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Is this a prelude to the upcoming and highly anticipated election season whereby the Supervisor is expecting to run for a sixth term?

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  For more than 40 years elected officials have been promising the revitalization of Huntington Station. Many millions of dollars in grants and other funds have been obtained. Countless Committees have been formed and one promise after another has been broken. The pattern has left many local residents disenfranchised and has caused a lack […]

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The video depicts the wrangling between the Democratic Town Board members pertaining to the Town Attorney selection.

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