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          Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone declared an official snow emergency, effective at 12:01 a.m. February 9, 2017 and cancelled all activities and scheduled meetings at Town facilities.

          “All of the forecasts indicate that this storm will include a significant snowfall, with the snow falling at a considerable rate for a good part of the […]

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Based on the forecast and timing of significant amounts of snow the Town of Huntington has decided to cancel residential trash collection on Thursday, February 9, 2017. The collection will not be rescheduled, the next scheduled trash collection for residents on Monday and Thursday trash collection routes will be Monday, February 13, 2017.
Residents are advised […]

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Assemblyman says proposals will make college less accessible and affordable
 

Assemblyman Lupinacci speaks at the Assembly Higher Education hearing today. 
 
Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci participated in a joint-hearing of the Higher Education Committee on Tuesday to discuss the proposed funding for SUNY and CUNY, as outlined in Governor Cuomo’s Executive Budget proposal. While funding and tuition […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci was recently invited by the Huntington Union Free School District to guest teach students in grades 7 through 12 about the dangers of heroin and opioid abuse. Lupinacci visited Huntington High School and Finley Middle School for three school days, where he taught alongside health educators Mr. Agnello, Ms. Kidd and […]

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Dear Editor:
As I begin my third term in the New York State Assembly, I would like to once again thank the residents of the 10th Assembly District for placing their faith in me as their representative. It has been a true honor and privilege to serve you for the past four years, and I am […]

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The Huntington Town Board, at its November 10, 2016 meeting, approved a $191 million spending plan for 2017 that maintains all Town services at current levels while calling for a modest tax increase above the state tax cap.
The $190,011,856 budget freezes all salaries and calls for some positions to be eliminated through attrition. It does […]

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The safety of the residents of our county is always of paramount importance to the Suffolk County Police Department. Although there is currently no credible threat to Suffolk County, I want to ensure the community that our officers have been instructed to closely monitor polling locations in order to protect our residents as they exercise […]

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“Tutoring For A Cause”
Noah Helburn, a junior and honors student at Huntington High School, has launched a tutoring service in which he tutors third through eighth graders in science, math and social studies.  Noah tutors in exchange for a suggested donation of $20 per hour of tutoring given directly to Toys of Hope, a 501 […]

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Two Huntington Town volunteer firefighters were honored at the Suffolk County Medal of Valor ceremony on September 25,2016 which recognized firefighters from throughout the County for their heroic actions and extraordinary service. Ex-Chief Jack Italiano Jr. of the Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department was presented with the Vocational Education and Extension Board’s “Silver Medal of Valor” for […]

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The Huntington Fire Department is inviting residents to their annual Open House on Friday, October 14,2016 from 7pm – 9pm at the firehouse on 1 Leverich Place between New York Avenue and Wall Street.
 
There will be many events and demonstrations as well as fire prevention and safety information given by Huntington’s volunteer firefighters. Children will be able to practice getting out […]

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