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The closing of the Jack Abrams school can be directly tied to decades of discriminatory housing practices in the Town of Huntington. These housing practices can be traced back to prior to the destruction that is referred to as “Urban Renewal” and continues all the way through to the most recent Town Council meetings.
In 1969, […]

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As of 1:23pm today there are 2,101 Huntingtonians without power. Elwood and South Huntington now lead the way respectively with 366 and 368 missing power. The Town administration wants you to call the 24 hour hotline to tell them you still do not have power so they can let LIPA know, the number is 631-351-3234.
Governor […]

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Prattsville, NY is known by many from Huntington. Huntingtonians have spent time with friends and family members enjoying the outdoors in the immediate area surrounding Prattsville, including skiing at Windham and Hunter Mountains.
Prattsville was first settled around 1763, and was called Schoharie Kill.   An attempt during the American Revolution by the British and their Tory allies […]

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(Huntington Sta., NY 8/28/11 9:10pm) Irene is gone but she left us some nasty reminders as 400,000+ homes are without power.  These are some of the things we saw.
 

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The earliest history of Urban Renewal can be traced back to shortly after WWII when the National Housing Act of 1934 was enacted.  This established the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) for the purpose of improving housing conditions and raising housing standards.  This eventually led to the development of The Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Although HUD was developed […]

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Fatal Stabbing

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The Suffolk County Police Department is investigating the fatal stabbing of a man whose body was found on W. 13th Street in Huntington Station. Police received a 911 call  about a man laying on the ground at around 4:30 am. Police say the victim is Juan Carlos Benitez-Garcia, 31, of […]

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Introducing Gene Cook

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Gene Cook was raised on Long Island and now lives with his wife and children in Greenlawn. Cook says he has chosen to run for Town office because he is “discouraged by the consistent unanimous voting records of the town board, does not believe its members are acting in the best interests of the people, and wants […]

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The Race Begins

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The ticket has been set for the Town Board, and the race begins. Lets hope they all focus on issues that are really important to Huntingtonian’s. The candidates are listed below the party line they will have on the ballot in November.
Republican Line:
Gene Cook
Herb Morrow
Conservative Line:
Gene Cook
Herb Morrow
Independence Line:
Gene Cook
Susan Berland
Democratic Line:
Glenda Jackson
Susan Berland
Working Families […]

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Introducing Herb Morrow

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Herb Morrow currently serves as the Mayor of the Village of Huntington Bay. He joined the Village Board in 1993 as a Trustee. He was first elected Mayor in 1994 and in June 2010 was elected to his ninth, two year term. The Village Mayor in Huntington Bay, like many other Villages throughout New York […]

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Out of The Race!

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A press release from Peter Nichols says: I have requested that the Suffolk County Libertarian Party withdraw my name from consideration for a town board seat due to certain developments that have occurred during the current petitioning process. However, through my own organization,  SaveHuntington.com, I will continue to work with those voters who feel disenfranchised by the […]

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