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Cold Spring Harbor Land Aquisition One Step Closer

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At the June 19th, 2012 Huntington Town Board meeting, a resolution was unanimously passed that paves the way for the North Shore Land Alliance to apply for an Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) grant for the purpose of land aquisition at the DeForest Williams Estate in Cold Spring Harbor. The 31 acre portion of the estate, […]

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Many have been wondering what specifically is happening at the Avalon Bay property in Huntington Station as major land clearing has commenced.  According to the Town Public Information Officer, A.J. Carter, the sites soil remediation program has begun. The Town Planning Board gave clearance for this phase of the project at it’s January 18th, 2012 meeting.  The […]

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Another Steep Slope in Huntington Gone Forever

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The legislative intent of the Town of Huntington’s Steep Slope Ordinance is as follows:
“It is the intention of the Huntington Town Board to protect and safeguard scenic landscapes and the vegetative features of steeply sloped lands throughout the Town of Huntington. The Board recognizes that development in hillside areas disrupts the aesthetic and scenic qualities […]

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Vision Long Island honored The Paramount in Huntington Village for their contributions to the local community and economy.

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On May 22, 2012 the Huntington Town Board held a public hearing pertaining to an application to convert Meyer’s Farm into a park area and, changing the zoning at the Tribune parcel, located on Deshon Drive, in Melville. The public hearing was well attended and speakers from both sides of the issue spoke passionately while […]

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NY State Will Audit Our Town

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Shortly after taking office, Councilman Gene Cook expressed the need for a state audit of the town’s books.

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 In a unanimous vote of the Suffolk County Legislature at a March 13, 2012 meeting, resolution 127-2012 was passed. This resolution calls for authorizing the retirement and use of workforce housing development rights banked in the Suffolk County Save Open Space Bond Act Workforce Housing Transfer of Development Rights Program Registry for use in the […]

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ShotSpotter Stat Update

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Many media outlets covering a press conference with new Police Commissioner Webber a few weeks ago stated “the ShotSpotter system detected gunfire 517 times in about three months”. One of those dailies went on to state Webber as saying” that’s more than five incidents a day in places like Huntington Station”

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If we look at the larger number of $2,438,000, we could have helped about 70 families with 20% down payment assistance. That alone would have changed the entire direction of the community. If you think about the lost opportunity, it really is sad.

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Battle Over Matinecock Court Continues

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Variance Decision Announced Regarding Matinecock Housing Project In East Northport.

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