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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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The problems in Huntington Station are extremely serious and they require a serious leader to address them.  We do not need more political quotes and committees.  Children are shooting each other, grandmothers live in fear, tax payers can no longer handle the burden, school districts are being dramatically impacted and negative stereotypes are being unfairly confirmed.  […]

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Video Clip: GHCG Meeting – Does The SCPD Comply With FOIL Requests?

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Rich McGrath of the HUFSD BOE and Huntington Station resident Nick Wieland ask Inspector Brady why Town and School officials can’t seem to get public information from the SCPD.

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We would like to thank Jennifer LaVertu for providing this video

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Video Clip: GHCG Meeting – Resident Expresses concerns about Code Compliance

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In this video a Huntington Station resident is trying to understand the relationship between the Suffolk County Police and Town officials in terms of code violations.  He asks Inspector Brady to clarify the role of the local police in addressing issues of obvious code violations.  He wants to know if there is a paper trail […]

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This beautiful parcel of land has been approved for subdivision.  It is located on Park Avenue across from the Huntington Jewish Center.  It is located in School District 3.   The home owners who live adjacent to the property have told us about the decades long ordeal they have endured in trying to preserve this land and protect  their quality […]

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The proposed Matinecock Court development will generate 155 multi-family housing units on a 14.5 acre parcel in East Northport that is currently undeveloped open space. This development equates to approximately 10.6 units per acre. The Town of Huntington Planning Board issued a Positive Declaration back in 1995 for the proposed development. When a planning board issues such declaration […]

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Thirty Year Battle of Matinecock Court – Part 1

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For More than 30 years there has been an ongoing and costly battle about the fate of a 14.5 acre plot of land on the corner of Elwood Road and Pulaski in East Northport.  In 1978 a not-for-profit group called Housing Help requested a change in the zoning code in order to build 162 federally subsidized housing […]

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