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Asharoken got into the holiday spirit as Santa Claus arrived on Sunday for a visit at the new Asharoken Village Hall, where he spread holiday greetings and hearty “Ho, Ho, Ho’s” to all.  Santa and Mrs. Claus were greeted by Asharoken Mayor Greg Letica and Village Trustees as he arrived on his sleigh from the North Pole with […]

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Group to Help Disburse $160,000 Raised by Suffolk County Marathon
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone met recently with a newly appointed committee made up of veterans and advocates for veterans, which has been formed to disburse funds raised by the Suffolk County Marathon and Half Marathon to Support Our Veterans.
“Members of this very capable committee will […]

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Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
Eastern District of New York
James Burke Charged With Assaulting Smithtown Man in Custody in 2012 and Conspiring to Cover-up the Assault and Obstruct a Federal Civil Rights Investigation

A two-count indictment was unsealed yesterday December 9,2015 in United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
charging former Suffolk County Police Chief […]

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On November 24, 2015 – The Incorporated Village of Asharoken celebrated the grand opening of its new Village Hall today with a formal dedication ceremony. Asharoken Mayor Dr. Greg Letica and the Board of Trustees hosted the event that was attended by more than 100 Asharoken residents, friends and many local elected officials and dignitaries. […]

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As an outgrowth of County Executive Steve Bellone’s Reclaim Our Waters Initiative, the Suffolk County Health Department has undertaken a review of existing sewage treatment plant (STP) siting and enforcement practices to identify opportunities to further strengthen its regulatory programs.
“As part of a comprehensive approach to improve water quality, it makes sense to review our […]

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Fitch, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s all maintain Town at highest level
All three major ratings agencies – Fitch, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s – have again maintained the Town of Huntington’s AAA bond rating, affecting the Town’s $95 million in outstanding bonds and a $12.9 million bond sale planned for the week of November 30.

There […]

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Bellone Nominates Tim Sini as Suffolk County Police Commissioner
Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Currently Serves as Suffolk’s Assistant Deputy County Executive for Public Safety
 
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced on November 24th 2015 that he will be nominating Assistant Deputy County Executive for Public Safety, Tim Sini, to become Suffolk County Police Commissioner.
Sini served as County […]

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On  Saturday, November 28, 2015 in Huntington Village the Sixth Annual Huntington Village Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting.  Events start at 2 p.m. Parade starts at 6 p.m  Tree lighting is approximately at 7:30-8 p.m., after the parade.
Each year, between 5,000 to 10,000 people come to the parade, which includes floats by local fire departments and companies. This year, […]

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Suffolk County Police Announce Added Holiday Patrols
Department will increase presence at retail centers and downtowns;
Zero-tolerance approach taken for drunk drivers
 
The Suffolk County Police Department will increase police patrols in shopping centers and on roadways during the holiday season to ensure a safe and enjoyable season for residents of Suffolk County.
Suffolk County Police will be […]

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today released the following statement upon learning of Police Commissioner Edward Webber’s forthcoming retirement.  County Executive Bellone has asked Commissioner Webber to remain in his position through January 25, 2016 in order to allow for an effective transition.
“Commissioner Edward Webber has served Suffolk County residents with honor and distinction for […]

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