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The meeting on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 will include two speakers.

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On Sunday, February 16, 2014, the roof collapsed at 156A Depot Road in Huntington Station. The site was formerly a family owned Poultry and Distribution business that closed 3 years ago. The site is currently rented to another company according to “Brian” whose family owns the property.
Brian stated, “There are plans and permits in place […]

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On February 18, 2014, a special meeting was held by the Huntington Town Board for the purpose of settling the 26 year battle about the fate of the Ruland Road development in Melville. The resolution to settle the lawsuit passed with a vote of 4 – 0. Newly elected Councilwoman Tracey Edwards abstained. The settlement […]

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Dear HTHC Supporter,
The Ruland rentals case returns to court this Wednesday, February 19th, 10AM  in Courtroom No. 910, US District Court, 100 Federal Plaza, Central Islip, NY (directions below). The attorney for the NAACP believes that a strong showing in the courtroom by pro-rental people is important.  Please try to attend. This is a critical […]

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Superintendent Polansky address the Town Board.

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Despite concern from Huntington Union Free School District Board of Education, the Town Board intends to vote on important zoning changes for Huntington Station at tonight’s (2/4/14) Town Board meeting meeting.
The following zoning changes are scheduled to be voted on at this evening’s Town Board Meeting:
2014-61.  AUTHORIZE the first amendment to the Master Developer Agreement […]

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Town Board Meeting 2/4/14 Agenda

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Important zoning changes for Huntington Station to be voted on tonight.

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The following is a letter from the Elwood Union Free School District Board of Education to Supervisor Petrone and the Town Board urging them to reject any rezoning of the property currently owned by Oak Tree Dairy.

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On January 6, Ryan Porter and other representatives from Renaissance Downtowns addressed the Huntington School District Board of Education and made themselves available to answer questions.  Renaissance Downtowns is the master developer that was chosen by the Town of  Huntington in 2012 to help with the revitalization of Huntington Station.
Sean McLean, Renaissance VP and Erika […]

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Editor’s note:  This story was originally published last year.  In light of the recent alarming findings in the Suffolk County’s Comprehensive Water Resources Management Plan, we have decided to run it again.
By Ilene Fucci
Dan Gulizio was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Greater Huntington Civic Group. Mr. Gulizio is a resident of […]

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