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New York State’s Freedom of Information Law (Public Officers Law §87 et. seq. ) allows members of the public to access records of governmental agencies. FOIL provides a process for the review and copying of an agency’s records. More information about the Freedom of Information Law can be found at: http://www.dos.state.ny.us/coog/foil2.html
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Gene Cook’s Gathering

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 On September 27th, Gene Cook, who is a candidate for Huntington Town Board, addressed his supporters at Oheka Castle in Huntington and discussed his vision for our Town. The event was a chance to meet the candidate and was also a fundraiser for his campaign. The large room was filled with members from many different […]

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Code Violation Timeline

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This is how a typical case of a home with code violations goes through the system in the Town of Huntington. This is intended to give the reader a clear picture of why the the illegal housing problem is growing and is destroying the quality of life and contributing to the high taxes throughout our town. Since the system is broken there are people […]

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The showhouse is located in the Normandy Manor which is on the grounds of the Vanderbilt Museum in Centerport.  Normandy Manor was built in 1917 for the Superintendent of the Vanderbilt Estate to use as his own personal quarters. The two story structure of French – Norman Architectural design was built of pink granite with […]

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Seriously Glenda?

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Our main goals in establishing The Huntingtonian is to share all the interesting things to see and do in Huntington and to do our part to help preserve what is great about this Town.  Part of that process is to hold our elected officials accountable to tell the truth.
Some of our local politicians have gotten so arrogant and careless in much […]

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If you have never visited Richters Orchard or haven’t been there in a while, its time for a visit.  Brothers Louis and Andrew Amsler and their family have been Long island fruit growers since 1934.  The orchard has been in operation since 1900.  As you turn into the driveway of Richters orchard, you will see a […]

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Poulos Announces Economic Plan

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Poulos Wants to Revive the Local Economy. 
Today Deborah Poulos, Republican and Conservative candidate for the Suffolk County Legislature’s 16th District, announced her plan to help revive the local economy.
“Suffolk County should not just hope for the best.  We need to be proactive in helping improve the local economic outlook,” said Poulos.  “As a business owner, […]

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Helping Hands Needs Our Support

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Reverend Gaines, who is one of the most giving people in Huntington is asking for our help. The Helping Hands Rescue Mission is in desperate need of resources.  Since times are so tough for many, more people are turning to the mission and less people have the resources to donate.  In addition to needing non-perishable […]

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Independence Party Voter Outrage

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Lou D’Amaro wants my vote for County Legislature? Instead, I think after what he has done to Independence voters like me he should resign his position.
D’Amaro’s desperate attempt to do anything to win the Independence Party primary fortunately failed but he needs to be held accountable for his actions what he did to me and […]

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On September 8th, about 50 people attended the ZBA meeting at Town Hall.  The majority of people in attendance were there to witness a case about a request for special use permit and variance for the purpose of erecting a 100 foot flagpole with cellular antennas and install related equipment.  The applicants were Metro PCS NY LLC and Clear-wire Legacy, LLC.  […]

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