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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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For the second time this week Town Hall employees refused to comply with a request from an elected official for information regarding financial matters in the town.  Earlier this week Councilman Eugene Cook put out a press release to inform the public that he had to FOIL information from Mark Tyree, FOIL Officer for General Services […]

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“I want to work with the directors of all town departments to understand and improve spending of taxpayer’s dollars, and will not be deterred by the lack of information and will take the steps that federal law has provided all of us thru the FOIL process, if needed.”

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Former Town of Huntington Deputy Supervisor Laure Nolan will continue in her capacity as Asharoken Village Special District Attorney at a reported rate of $200 per hour.

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Recently the Town of Huntington Highway Department has had to replace about 20 stolen manhole covers. The Suffolk County Police Department has been notified.

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A question that is continuously asked by residents is how deep will the contaminated soil be buried on site and how close to the groundwater will the buried material be?

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At 11:14 p.m., Second Precinct officers responded to a complaint that many teenagers were drinking alcohol at 25 Curtis Path. Police observed approximately 200-250 teenagers consuming alcohol. A 14-year-old girl was transported to Huntington Hospital by Dix Hills Rescue due to excessive alcohol intoxication. In addition, several parents of intoxicated youths were contacted to respond […]

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No doubt the traffic and parking situation in Huntington Village has exponentially worsened over the past few years. The situation is apparently so “out of hand” that a “Huntington Village Parking Consortium Group” was formed in order to examine the situation.

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Much has been discussed lately regarding the Town of Huntington’s bond rating and it’s future implications so we at “The Huntingtonian” feel compelled to research the issue and come to some conclusions regarding this very important financial issue facing the town.

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At the July 24th, 2012 meeting of the Huntington Town Board, three last minute resolutions were passed which schedules public hearings on the following matters. The public hearings for the matters listed below will be held on August 14th, at Huntington Town Hall. All three resolutions passed by three to two votes with Councilman Mark Mayoka and Eugene Cook voting no to all three. Both Councilmen stated that these resolutions were slipped through very quickly and more time was needed to absorb what was being proposed.

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