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Dear Editor,
 It has come to my attention that there are grumblings that I, Lisa Cook the wife of Town of Huntington Councilman Eugene
Cook, was the reason he dropped out of the race for Huntington Town Supervisor.  I feel compelled to set the record straight.
The truth of the matter is that my husband withdrew from the […]

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Dear Friends and Neighbors,
By now we’ve all heard about the devastation that Hurricane Harvey has brought to Texas and the surrounding areas. Not so long ago, we were the ones in need of assistance in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy; lets pay it forward! Community member George Schwertl has rented trucks to be driven to […]

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The Huntington Town Board, at its August 15, 2017 meeting, set a September 19,2017 public hearing on proposed revisions to Town Code with respect to deer hunting, based on comments from residents since the code was amended two years ago to allow for bow hunting, subject to state regulations.
While noting that it is within the […]

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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today reminded all new hunters and trappers planning to go afield this season must first complete a mandatory hunter, bowhunter, or trapper education course before obtaining the appropriate sporting license or hunting privilege.
With state licenses now on sale, first-time hunters and trappers are encouraged […]

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The following beaches are closed to bathing due to the finding of bacteria at levels in excess of acceptable criteria:

Benjamin Beach in Bay Shore
Huntington Beach Community Association in Huntington Bay
Fleets Cove Beach in Huntington Bay
Knollwood Beach in Huntington Bay

 
According to Suffolk County Commissioner of Health Dr. James Tomarken, bathing in bacteria-contaminated water can result in […]

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Huntington Town and top Suffolk County officials will implement a comprehensive strategy focused on attacking gangs and reducing violent crime in the Town.
The commitment to devising a multi-pronged, multi-agency approach followed a meeting at Huntington Town Hall called by Councilwoman Tracey A. Edwards that included Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, County Executive Steve Bellone, Police Commissioner Tim […]

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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% […]

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Dear Everyone,
After much deliberation and many logistical calculations we were left with no choice but to cancel the 2017 Musicfest.
We have had an amazing summer so far at Huntington Lighthouse and thanks to your generous support,
progress has been made on the critical repair work.
The restoration process that began last fall has made great strides and […]

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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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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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