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Don McKay?

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The following letter was written by Town of Huntington resident, Chas C. Cancellare.
At approximately 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20, 2011, I was returning home and turned off of the service road of Northern State parkway onto DeForest Road.  Upon turning I saw an individual, approximately 200 feet up the road, exiting his vehicle and […]

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More than 12 years later and our Town still fails to protect us from Slumlord abuse.
On May 1, 1999 there was a tragic fire at a commercial building at 28 West Hills Road that killed 4 and injured several Huntington Manor Firefighters, it was determined that there were 33 people living in the home. In this […]

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If you read the current online commentary on various news and social media sites you will see the mention of the phrase “Dr. Density” in regard to Dr. Spencer who is running for Suffolk County Legislature for the 18th District.We wanted to clarify what this phrase means and explain why some are using it.
Shortly after […]

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Town Sued by Citizens.

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Greater Huntington Civic Group
223 Wall Street, Suite 407
Huntington, NY 11746
Contact: Greaterhuntington@gmail.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, October 20, 2011
GREATER HUNTINGTON CIVIC GROUP FILES SUIT AGAINST TOWN BOARD,
AVALON BAY TO STOP DEVELOPMENT
Lawsuit Points to Illegal Spot Zoning and Environmental Impact As Key Violations
Greater Huntington Civic Group Inc. President Steven Spucces announced
today that the five members of the Huntington […]

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We received several requests to repost this letter, so here it is…
In response to a shooting that occurred in September 2009, the county held a forum to address growing concerns of safety in Huntington Station.  Frank Petrone, Mark Cuthbertson, Glenda Jackson, and Susan Berland did not show up to the forum.  Stu Besen who was […]

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Town Board Expenses: Update

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This statement, which was received as part of our FOIL request from the Town, was misleading:
1) Instead of receiving a town-issued cell phone, Mark Cuthbertson and Glenda Jackson opted to receive a monthly stipend to be applied toward the cost of using their personal cell phones for Town business (other Town officials have made the same choice and […]

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Recently the Long Islander Newspaper ran an article about Herb Morrows’ reimbursed expenses as Mayor of the Incorporated Village of Huntington Bay. Morrow is a Republican candidate for Town Council this year. The total amount in question was $1,310.44.  The focus was on business meals that Morrow was reimbursed for that were approved by the […]

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Are You Sure We Need More Affordable Housing In Huntington Station – Part 2

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After a long history of bearing the brunt of absorbing most of the tax negative housing for the Township and a weak economy, the Huntington School District is feeling the effects.  We are in the process of obtaining the numbers from the other school districts to make a compasison.  All school districts in this Township need […]

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Broken Promises From Town Board?

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Broken Promises, Failed Policies, or Lip Service?
For well over a decade Huntingtonians have been promised Revitalization of the Huntington Station community.  We hear the same promises over and over.
 
“The community of Huntington Station has gone through difficult times, but NOW ITS COMEBACK TIME. With input and guidance from those who work in the station and […]

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Are You Sure We Need More Affordable Housing In Huntington Station?

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There are currently 66 houses for sale in Huntington Station that are under $250,000. Listed below are the asking prices, so they could probably be purchased for even less. It would seem logical to work toward getting people into some of these homes instead of continuing to spend millions of dollars knocking down houses and […]

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