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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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Station Lied To Again?

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This story was originally published in February. We are runnning it again because it relates to what will be discussed at the March 27th Brownfield meeting to be held at Tri-CYA in Huntington Station at 7:00 pm.

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Three Armed Men Rob Huntington Station Deli, local residents claim the deli is known for illegal activity.
Chapi Deli and Grocery at 139 West Hills Road, Huntington Station was robbed early Thursday morning.  According to police, at approximately 5:40 a.m. on January 26th, the deli was robbed and the safe was taken.
According to sources in the neighborhood and several […]

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It all started several months ago in Senator Marcellino’s office when the leadership of the Greater Huntington Civic Group asked for a meeting to address the real issues in Huntington Station.  After going round in circles about what couldn’t be done to hold unscrupulous landlords accountable the group finally hit on something that just might work.   […]

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This video was taken at the last Huntington Housing Authority meeting.  Resident and Huntington School District BOE member Rich McGrath asks the HHA attorney about compliance with Chapter 40 of the Town code. The attorney acknowledges that the Huntington Housing Authority has decided not to comply with the law and he explains why.  This Town Law has never […]

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The Huntington Housing Authority has a long history of poor public perception.  The only thing that has changed over the recent years is that the new leadership is well connected to our local politicians.  There are several laws that we know they are not complying with.  Compliance with other laws can’t be determined at this […]

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“The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year.” – (John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State in the Eisenhower Administration).
The Huntington Station Action Now Committee (formerly known as the Huntington Station Action Coalition) is charged with identifying the root […]

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December 13 – Huntington Housing Authority Meeting Video – Part One

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The meeting opened at approximately 7:00 p.m. on December 13, 2011.  The board reviewed and approved the minutes of the August 9 and the October 27, 2011 meeting minutes.  There was no secretary’s report.  The Executive Director Siela Bynoe reported next.  Ms. Bynoe requested that the board discuss and adopt a new monthly meeting time.  She […]

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The Audicity of Town Hall – What the Press Release Won’t Tell You

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In a Town Hall issued press release Petrone Reconvenes Huntington Station Action Coalition, Supervisor Petrone makes another disingenuous claim when he “called for a unified, focused effort to combat the root causes of recent gang related violent incidents that have raised community concerns.”  You can’t obtain a unified effort when key members of the community […]

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