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This seminar at VFW Post 1469 210 West Pulaski Road Huntington Station
promises to change the way you see local government and the protections available under the Rule
of Law for owning and investing in commercial and residential real estate in the Town of Huntington.  This seminar will illustrate why unnecessary applications and payments to local government […]

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Ideas Needed!
What would you do with $500? What about $1000
Each month Source The Station will provide a ‘Short-Term Action for Long Term Change’ Grant (or Action Grant for short) of $500 to a winning proposal with 50 Likes on Our Ideas Page, or $1000 for 100 Likes. Ideas can be resubmitted each month.
The next grant […]

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Public Safety & Berland tell Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement Group. “If you have A Letter in Lieu, there is nothing we can do!”
 
Starting in December 0f 2010, a concerned group of citizens formed the Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement group, which now has 400 members.  Their goal is to target illegal housing and to help the […]

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From Huntington Town Hall:
The latest step in the formation of an integrated land use, circulation and infrastructure plan for the Melville Employment Center will take place June 2, when the Town of Huntington holds the first of several planned public workshops.
All interested residents, property owners, workers along the Route 110 Corridor and other stakeholders are […]

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Suffolk County recently released the thousand page report called the Comprehensive Water Resources management Plan.  The report states, “Suffolk County’s water quality is at a tipping point. We face an alarming trend in the quality of the water our families drink, compounded by impairment of many bodies of water in which our families play. The […]

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County Executive Steven Bellone and the Suffolk County Downtown Revitalization Citizens Advisory Panel announced that applications for “Round 13” Suffolk County Downtown Revitalization Grants are available.  A pool of $500,000 is available for partial funding of capital projects located in or adjacent to downtown areas on municipally-owned property.
Applicants must be organizations that represent a downtown […]

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From Steven Spucces of the Greater Huntington Civic Group:
Dear Members and Friends,
April 30th will be a Civic night to remember. Many of you have asked repeatedly, “I know things need improving in my Town HOW DO I HELP?” or “WHAT CAN I DO?” This meeting will answer those questions and more.
Please VIEW OUR SIMPLE AGENDA […]

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LI News Radio Witch Hunt Show

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Witch Hunt Funded by Huntington Taxpayers
Key sound bites from the John Gomez Show LI NEWS RADIO for Huntingtonians who did not catch it on the radio today.
Part 1-5:36 to 12:00 Introduction into the Witch Hunt
Part 2-18:32 to 23:26 Interview with Huntingtonian Kathleen Kufs
Part 3-24:45 t0 42:40 Interview with Larry Kelly Attorney and Gene Cook Huntington […]

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Spaces on the fourth level of the South Parking Garage at the Huntington train station, closed earlier this year as part an emergency repair project on the fifth level, are scheduled to reopen Wednesday, April 8.
The 116 fourth level stalls were closed as a safety precaution because they were situated directly beneath the fifth-level work, […]

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            By AJ Carter Huntington Information Officer- As part of the Daly Road/Hauppauge Road sidewalk and traffic calming project, the slip ramp that currently allows southbound traffic to continue on Daly Road at the intersection with Larkfield and Hauppauge Roads will be closed, permanently, beginning tomorrow, March 31.
             Southbound traffic […]

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