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Our September Meetup is tomorrow! We have a great agenda planned plus there will be delicious food from a Hacienda – Don’t miss it! Thursday September 8th, 2016 6:30pm- 8:30pm La Hacienda Restaurant, 1624 New York Avenue
If you can’t make it tomorrow make sure you mark your calendars & RSVP for our October and November Meetups too!

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New York State has designated a 640-acre part of Huntington Station as a Brownfield Opportunity Area, augmenting revitalization efforts in the community by making projects eligible for tax credit incentives and giving them priority status for grants.
 
The Huntington BOA, which has the Huntington Long Island Rail Road station at its center, includes parcels on which […]

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Funding to be used for “Plane-to-Train Connectivity Study between Ronkonkoma LIRR Station & MacArthur Airport”
 
On June 30, 2016 – Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced the County is the recipient of $300,000 in federal grants from the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council  (NYMTC) for the use of the plane-to-train connectivity study between the Ronkonkoma Long Island […]

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Grant Program to Fund Placemaking Projects in Huntington Station
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Huntington Station, NY- Source the Station recently announced the stationsix grant program, one of the latest initiatives that are part of the Huntington Station revitalization. In summer 2012 Renaissance Downtowns, the Master Developer, and the Town of Huntington signed a public-private partnership for the […]

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency (IDA), the Long Island Association  (LIA) and Suffolk County Legislator William Lindsay III met with more than 30 executives, business leaders and stakeholders from the pharmaceutical industry on April 6, 2016 to discuss the current state of the local economy as well as the […]

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This Monday night, February 8, 2016 at a 7 PM Hearing at Town Hall, the Town is poised to allow for the first time, all single family homeowners to legally rent basement apartments. This will be the biggest zoning change in the history of the Town, yet no Public Hearings have been held.  Why? Because, it’s […]

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Huntington Listens to Those Who Can’t Hear
New hearing loop in Town Board room improves audio clarity for those with hearing aids and cochlear implants
Persons with hearing loss should find it a little easier to follow the proceedings in the Town Board Room at Huntington Town Hall, thanks to the installation of a hearing loop that […]

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The Centerport Fire Department responded to assist a worker who fell off the roof of a condominium under construction at Centershore Road and East Main Street on Monday, December 7, at about 2:15 p.m. The Centerport Rescue Squad ambulance crew and District Paramedic were dispatched to the scene, where the 56-year-old man fell approximately 30-feet from […]

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On November 24, 2015 – The Incorporated Village of Asharoken celebrated the grand opening of its new Village Hall today with a formal dedication ceremony. Asharoken Mayor Dr. Greg Letica and the Board of Trustees hosted the event that was attended by more than 100 Asharoken residents, friends and many local elected officials and dignitaries. […]

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As an outgrowth of County Executive Steve Bellone’s Reclaim Our Waters Initiative, the Suffolk County Health Department has undertaken a review of existing sewage treatment plant (STP) siting and enforcement practices to identify opportunities to further strengthen its regulatory programs.
“As part of a comprehensive approach to improve water quality, it makes sense to review our […]

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