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COUNCILMAN COOK THANKS YOU FOR YOUR INPUT ON TERM LIMITS

 
Councilman Eugene Cook would like to thank the constituents who took the time to respond to his survey regarding term limits.  Interestingly, the following results stood out:
 
 
 

98.07% of the people who responded are in favor of term limits.
86.54% supported that term limits included all elected officials
63.46% supported 2 terms of 4 years compared to 17.31% […]

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has issued an ozone health advisory for the Long Island region for July 19, 2017. Suffolk County Health Commissioner Dr. James Tomarken advises that young children, the elderly, those who exercise or are involved in strenuous outdoor work, and those with pre-existing respiratory or heart problems, limit […]

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The Elwood Union Free School District’s Board of Education held their annual reorganization meeting on July 6, 2017 in preparation for the 2017-18 school year. Although unable to attend the meeting, Julia Fried, who was elected to serve on the board for another three-year term, was named president of the board as well in a […]

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Federal court dismisses challenge by absentee landlords 
          A federal judge has upheld the legality of the Town of Huntington’s regulations for non-owner-occupied rental housing units, dismissing a suit that had been brought by a landlords’ group that had challenged the requirements that they obtain permits and certify that the units meet all Town, Suffolk […]

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci, candidate for Huntington Town Supervisor, recently received the endorsement of the New York State Reform Party, an official party press release said Wednesday-July 5, 2017.  This comes as Lupinacci’s third party endorsement, also endorsed by the Republican and Conservative Parties. 
“These candidates were selected on the merits, not as the result of some […]

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Elwood-John H. Glenn High School boys soccer coach Lou Hanner was recently named a New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s Coach of the Year for the 2016-17 school year.
Hanner, who has coached at the high school for more than 15 years, was nominated by the NYSPHSAA and is now in the running for […]

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Collin Haber – Collin Haber, an Elwood UFSD student who also studied Theatre at Nassau BOCES Long Island High School for the Arts (LIHSA), was honored during the school’s Certificate Ceremony recently. He received the Long Island High School for the Arts award in the amount of $1,000 and will attend Temple University where he […]

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Councilman Eugene Cook is requesting all Huntington residents and business owners to let him know their thoughts on term limits for the elected officials in the Town of Huntington.  He is currently drafting legislation to schedule a public hearing for term limits and needs to know your thoughts on what you want for the Town […]

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Max Orza, a first grade student at Washington Drive Primary School in the Harborfields District, was recently recognized by Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D. as the winner of the annual “Be Pool Smart” poster contest in the 18th Legislative District.

“Max is helping us do something really meaningful by raising awareness about water safety and the […]

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Today, the New York State Assembly unanimously passed Assembly Bill 711-B, which will expand medical coverage for volunteers to cover diagnoses of cancer in relation to the duties they perform as firefighters. Passage of the NYS Volunteer Firefighters Enhanced Cancer Disability Benefits Act will grant volunteer firefighters a disability benefit package to help assist in […]

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