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The Town of Huntington Tax Receiver’s Office will stay open until 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, December 28, 2017 and Friday, December 29, 2017 to receive payments for the 2017-2018 tax year.

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At approximately 11am on December 22, 2017, the Halesite Fire Department was activated for a reported basement fire in the historical Bay Crest section of Huntington Bay.  Upon arrival, first due units requested reactivation of the alarm and mutual aid assistance for a fully involved working structure fire in an 8,000 square-foot mansion.  Fire was venting on nearly all […]

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The jolly old Saint Nick can be tracked through out the night click here to follow.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL HUNTINGTONIANS love from Santa.

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In June of 2016 Carol Schlitt a Huntington personal injury and malpractice attorney was admitted to practice law at the Supreme Court. There is less than one percent of all attorneys in the country are admitted to practice before this Court.
In an article from the Long Islander dated June 2, 2016 it stated “Schlitt called […]

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         As a further indication of improving water quality in Huntington waters, the Town of Huntington and the State Department of Environmental Conservation have begun a conditional shellfish harvesting program in a previously uncertified portion of Centerport Harbor.
 
          According to a directive issued to shellfish harvesters, the program began December 15 and […]

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Suffolk County Emergency Operations Center Currently in Monitoring Mode

Winter Storm Warning for Suffolk County – Forecast Expected to Bring Five to Seven
Inches of Snow, Heaviest in Western and Central Suffolk

91 Pieces of Highway Snow Removal Equipment and Approximately 17,000 Tons of Salt on
Hand

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today provided an update on county actions
taken in […]

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LUPINACCI LAUNCHES TRANSITION WEBSITE – chad2017.com
Supervisor-elect Chad A. Lupinacci announced the recent launch of his “New Direction Transition Team” website. This site will serve as a forum for individuals to inquire about personnel openings within the Town of Huntington during the transition period.
Lupinacci released the following statement Monday:
In an attempt to keep the hiring process […]

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$194.2 million spending plan maintains services and stays within state tax cap
 
          The Huntington Town Board, at a special meeting November 20, approved a $194.2 million budget for 2018, a spending plan that maintains all Town services at current levels and calls for a tax levy that is under the state-mandated tax cap.
 
          At the […]

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Unofficial Election Results:
Prop 1 Constitutional Convention   Yes- 40,820         No- 264,035
Prop 2  Amendment Partial or Full forfeiture of public employees pension.   Yes – 206,455 No-91,904
Prop 3 Amendment Authorizing the use of  Forest Perserve Land for Specified Purposes   Yes- 142,769           No- 150,805
Justice of the Supreme Court (vote 4)
Linda Kevins – […]

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Senator Carl L. Marcellino and Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci today announced that they procured a $200,000 grant for the Huntington School District. The funding will be used to upgrade the Huntington High School Library in a manner that would allow the most efficient utilization of the space to best accommodate a range of purposes and […]

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