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Below you can hear the segment with Gene Cook yesterday 8/20/14 on the John Gomez show 103.9FM talking about the Night Democracy died in the town of Huntington.  The segment is 32 minutes and 51 seconds long. The segment was about the Vote on the Seasons project which passed 4-1 at the August 19th board […]

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SOME FACTS ON THE SEASONS PROJECT AT OAKTREE DAIRY:
5500+ signatures submitted to the town board against the project
4593 property’s/parcels in the Elwood school district
1 Acre Zoning agreed by the citizens group of James Cameron, Richard Ward, Loretta Hamman, Mary Jane Mackey, and Tom Van de Merlen represented the community at the meetings behind closed doors
Town […]

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Last night at a packed Town Board meeting, the board voted 4 – 1 to approve the zoning change to accommodate the Seasons at Elwood Development on Elwood Road in East Northport.  Despite the fact that local residents submitted 5000 signatures on a petition, 4 of the 5 Town Council people approved the resolution. A […]

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The Townwide Fund of Huntington (www.townwidefund.org) is pleased to announce that Huntington Village resident Trish Rongo has been named Executive Director.
As Executive Director, Ms. Rongo will be responsible for helping the Townwide Fund continue its mission of supporting Huntington’s social service agencies, continuing its more than 50 year tradition of ensuring that “Money Raised in […]

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We will be discussing Source The Station and Renaissance Downtowns updates as well as upcoming events for the fall.

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What “Season” Is It?

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On June 17, 2014 there was a public hearing to discuss the fate of the Oak Tree Dairy property on Elwood Road in East Northport.  The battle has been going on since 2012 when it was first announced that Engel Burman was interested in purchasing the property and asking for a significant zoning change.
At the […]

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As summer is well underway, we want to start by wishing the Huntington Station community and the Town of Huntington residents at large, a safe, fun, and family filled summer!
One of our main focuses this year has been the Community Benefits Agreement (CBA), which will initially apply to Renaissance Downtowns developments. Over the last few […]

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Assemblyman calls for investigation of bridge project.

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone invites residents to participate in four upcoming job fairs at the county’s One-Stop Employment Center.
“We encourage people looking for work to meet with representatives of companies that are looking to hire the talent here in Suffolk County,” County Executive Bellone said. “The One-Stop Employment Center provides the perfect opportunity for […]

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Businesses that partner with education are an important part of the authentic learning process in the Commack School District.

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