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Tri-CYA Community Day

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Community Day will feature a visit by Hanks Yanks, the amateur youth baseball team sponsored by Hank Steinbrenner, co-chairman of the New York Yankees.  Hanks Yanks players will join the Moonjumpers Charitable Foundation, Inc. and a dozen volunteers from National Grid along with friends of Tri-CYA to paint the interior of the facility that serves […]

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Renaissance Downtowns is holding a members meet up meeting at the Tri-Cya Thursday Evening between 6:30-8:30pm.

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Renaissance Downtowns is looking for your input regarding Huntington Station Revitalization. Follow the link below and register with Renaissance Downtowns now! This is your opportunity to post, vote on and share your vision with the master developer in regards to what Huntington Station Revitalization should look like.

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A question that is continuously asked by residents is how deep will the contaminated soil be buried on site and how close to the groundwater will the buried material be?

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The Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce will host a “Family Fun Night” at Station Sports (25 Depot Rd, Huntington Station) on Tuesday, August 7, from 5 to 8 p.m.

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On Wednesday, July 18, 2012, Valley National Bank held a Ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the official opening their Huntington Station branch.

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Many residents have expressed concern regarding the ongoing activities at the Avalon Bay Huntington Station site, in particular as it relates to soil disturbance activities. We first reported major deficiencies at the site in a June 27th article as certain soil mitigation measures were not being implemented although they were required according to the soil management […]

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A 911 call was made on July 1 at approximately 5:00 am to report a hit and run in front of 56 West Hills Road.  An officer responded to the address.  No formal report was taken regarding the hit and run.  The reason the report was not taken is unclear.  It is possible that the owner […]

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 Painted by more than 70 adults and children last summer, the murals at Gateway Park Community Garden in Huntington Station have been recognized  with a First Place Huntington Town Beautification Award for 2012. 
Artist Lucienne Pereira, the Centerport resident who designed the murals, accepted the award in the category of Community Service from Huntington Town’s Beautification […]

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It all started several months ago in Senator Marcellino’s office when the leadership of the Greater Huntington Civic Group asked for a meeting to address the real issues in Huntington Station.  After going round in circles about what couldn’t be done to hold unscrupulous landlords accountable the group finally hit on something that just might work.   […]

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