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Sessions, spurred by state grant, will include information on reporting blight
          As part of an effort spurred by a state grant, the Town of Huntington has scheduled three public programs aimed at helping struggling homeowners and at assisting residents who want to report examples of blight.
          The events are designed to provide information that will […]

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Councilwoman Tracey A. Edwards sponsored a code amendment at the August 15, 2017 Town Board meeting that changes the insurance requirements so that groups can hold events on Town property. “I was happy to quarterback this change. This is a win-win, there will still be the same protection for the town and this now lowers the cost […]

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Legislator William Spencer Partners With Long Island Green Homes To Bring Energy Savings to Huntington Residents
All homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend one of the two sessions offered
Suffolk County Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D. has partnered with Long Island Green Homes to offer two home energy presentations for residents in the Town of Huntington […]

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The Town of Huntington Community Development Agency is accepting applications for the lottery for eight income-restricted units at the Club at Melville, a recently-constructed 55-and-over gated condominium community on Deshon Drive in Melville. 
Lottery entry forms for the units, which are priced at $221,600, must be completed and returned to the Community Development Agency by Wednesday, August 31, […]

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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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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and Council Members Mark Cuthbertson and Tracey A. Edwards helped cut the ribbon June 15 marking the opening of Highland Green, Long Island’s first limited equity cooperative housing development.

Completion of the 117-unit, $34 million project represents a number of milestones, Supervisor Petrone noted in his remarks, including a final resolution […]

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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and Town Board Members Mark Cuthbertson and Susan A. Berland joined with representatives from Huntington Station master developer Renaissance Downtowns June 8 in a steel-signing ceremony marking progress in the construction of a mixed-use building that represents the beginning of the next phase in Huntington Station’s revitalization
 
          The building, at […]

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The Town of Huntington and the Huntington Community Development Agency announce that from June 1 to June 30 2017, the Long Island Housing Partnership will be accepting applications for a lottery being held to create a new waiting list for resales, as they become available, of the affordable units at The Greens at Half Hollow.
There […]

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Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad detectives are investigating an incident during which a man was killed after he became trapped underground when the ground gave way in Huntington.

A crew was installing a cesspool at a home located at 2 Beech Place in Huntington, NY when the ground gave way trapping Edward Sinnott at approximately 12:50 […]

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          The Huntington Town Board, at its April 4, 2017 meeting, took the next step in the transformation of the former New York State Armory on Fifth Street in Huntington Station into the James Conte Community Center.
          The Board authorized spending up to $10 million for construction at the center, of which $8.5 million will […]

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