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Santa was warmly welcomed by Village officials, police, residents, and lots of happy wide-eyed children. Santa and his helpers distributed plenty of hot chocolate, cookies, donuts, lollipops, oranges, and candy-filled stockings.

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Spectacular fireworks and bonfires on the beach light up the night sky as the finale to a picture-perfect July 4th holiday in Asharoken Village.

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Scenes From Asharoken Seawall

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Photographs of the Asharoken Seawall taken at 10:30 this morning.

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During the month of July, Nicholas Wieland, editor of The Huntingtonian newspaper was stopped by the Asharoken Police Department from delivering it’s monthly newspaper to the residents of the Village.

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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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In one of his first actions as the new Mayor of Asharoken, Dr. Greg Letica appointed the longtime former Deputy Supervisor for the Town of Huntington Laure C. Nolan as Village Attorney.  Additionally the Village Board approved a residency resolution that states the following: “Resolution (2012-34) Be it Resolved that any Residency Requirement for compensated […]

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On Monday evening July 2, newly elected Asharoken Mayor Gregory Letica took his oath-of-office from Supervisor Frank Petrone.  Village Trustees Joseph Tilleli and Mel Ettinger also participated in the swearing in ceremony.  Mayor Letica led his first Village Hall meeting following the swearing in.  It was a standing room only crowd for the Mayor’s first meeting. 
 
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Patricia Irving defeated as Mayor of Asharoken.

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The elections will be held on Tuesday, June 19, Noon-9pm, at Village Hall.

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Asharoken Says Yes To The Tax Cap

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Asharoken Mayor Patricia Irving and the Village Board of Trustees chose not to override the new tax cap law on local governments. Last June, the New York State Legislature enacted Governor Cuomo’s proposal to establish a 2% tax levy limit on all local governments and school districts beginning in 2012.
The law allows local governments to […]

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