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Huntington Remembers 43 Fallen In September 11th Memorial Service

The Town of Huntington remembered 43 Town residents who perished in the September 11th, 2001, terrorist attacks in a ceremony at the 9/11 Memorial in Heckscher Park Sunday, September 9, 2018.

“It is hard to believe there is an entire generation of young people who do not know what it was like to experience and live […]

Elwood Mindfully Prepares For The New School Year

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The Elwood Union Free School District welcomed faculty and staff back for the 2018-19 school year at Superintendent’s Conference Day on Sept. 4th, 2018. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth Bossert warmly greeted all those in attendance, including the board of education, administration and all those who are new to the district.
Dr. Bossert thanked those who […]

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Freshmen Get Acclimated To Their “New Home”

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The Elwood Union Free School District welcomed the incoming class of 2022 with a freshman orientation on Aug. 29, 2018. John H. Glenn High School Principal Carisa Burzynski, along with other administration and faculty members, warmly welcomed students to their “new home” for the next four years.
“We’re here to help you grow,” said Mrs. […]

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Town Spray Park To Re-Open Due To Heat Wave

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The Town of Huntington is temporarily re-opening the Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo Memorial Spray Park at Elwood Park due to the heat wave the area is currently experiencing.
 
Temporary hours for the spray park will be 12pm to 6pm on Wednesday, September 5; Thursday, September 6; and Friday September 7. The spray park will be closed Saturday and Sunday due to lack of staffing […]

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Lupinacci, Cook Announce Town Awarded $333,000 FEMA Port Security Grant To Replace Patrol Vessel

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Councilman Eugene Cook are pleased to announce that on August 24, 2018, the Town of Huntington was awarded $333,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) FY 2018 Port Security Grant Program (PSGP) to replace a 22-year-old patrol vessel.
Supervisor Lupinacci and Councilman Cook co-sponsored a resolution at the April 10 Town Board […]

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Elwood’s Team Of Teachers Increases

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Elwood Union Free School District’s 20 newest teachers spent the day preparing for the upcoming school year with a New Teacher Orientation on Aug. 28, 2018.
The morning kicked off with a welcome breakfast for new staff and administration to get acquainted. Once settled, Director of Humanities Pam Fine and Director of Math, Science and Technology […]

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Elwood Educators Participate In Workshop To Improve Student Literacy and Academic Vocabulary

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In an effort to continue the betterment of education, the collaborative organization of Elwood Union Free School District administrators Ms. Pamela Fine, Dr. Maureen Hull and Ms. Eileen Kelly-Gorman has brought multiple opportunities for professional development to their staff this summer.
Most recently on Aug. 20 and 21, Ms. Amy Benjamin, a renowned staff developer […]

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Lupinacci Rejects Councilmembers’ Demands He Violate Town Code, State Law

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Huntington Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci has released a statement laying out the Town’s budget process and timeline:
 
“I am releasing this statement to express my extreme disappointment with Councilman Cuthbertson and Councilwoman Cergol’s grandstanding statement to the press about the Town of Huntington budget process. In their joint statement, they demanded that I violate Chapter […]

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Lupinacci To Newsday On Misleading LIPA Article: Your Bias Is Clear, Readers Deserve Better

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In a letter addressed to Newsday dated August 10, 2018, Huntington Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci responded to a misleading article written by reporter Mark Harrington on the LIPA lawsuit:
 
“I was dismayed by your article on July 26, 2018, entitled High-Power Properties, which is emblematic of the paper’s completely biased coverage of the litigation concerning the […]

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Town Board Meeting, August 7, 2018

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Town of Huntington Approves Open Space Improvements, Replaces Architect for Conte Center, Appoints Alternate ZBA Member
At its August 7 meeting, the Huntington Town Board approved open space improvements, replaced the architectural firm working on the James D. Conte Community Center, appointed an alternate member to the Zoning Board of Appeals, appointed various department directors and […]

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