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Funding will help in Town plans to transform building into community center for Huntington Station – By AJ Carter
             The conversion of the former New York State Armory on East Fifth Street into the James D. Conte Community Center will move one step closer to reality, thanks to a $1.5 […]

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Suffolk County Press Release:
The Suffolk County Legislature has approved a bill to upgrade an intersection in Huntington Station that is a key step in the revitalization of the neighborhood.
The bill provides $250,000 to realign the intersection of Railroad Street and Lowndes Avenue, to calm traffic and to improve safety for pedestrians.  Also included in the […]

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Newly Launched Association Releases Report Highlighting Impact of Nine NY Land Banks

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The following is a paid advertisement from Renaissance Downtowns
Over the last few months we have continued our efforts for development of our immediate opportunity sites, and finalization of our Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) that will provide much needed jobs, training and contracting to local Huntington Station and Town of Huntington residents.
As previously mentioned, Renaissance Downtowns […]

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A petition which has been organized by the Greater Huntington Civic Group began to circulate Monday afternoon, October 6 in light of the allegations made in Newsday on October 4, 2014. The petition reads as follows:
Appealing for the Resignation of Mark Cuthbertson and a Federal Investigation 

In light of the recent allegations made on October 4, […]

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Huntington School District officials are keeping a close eye on the Town of Huntington’s redevelopment initiative in Huntington Station as well as various projects in and around Huntington village that have sought property tax abatements through the Suffolk Industrial Development Agency.

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Editor’s note: This story was originally published in October 2013. In light of Newsday’s Investigative report called The Insiders, we have made the decision to rerun this article because there are other disturbing connections related to Councilman Cuthberson and his law firm that are deserving of further scrutiny. Updates to the article have been added as Editor’s notes.

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We are writing in support of comments made by Emily Rogan, the President of the Huntington School District’s Board of Education at the Town Board meeting of September 16, 2014 regarding the disparate treatment of our district by both the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency and the Huntington Town Board.

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The Nathan Hale VFW Post 1469 Gets A Paved Parking Lot When Posillico Inc., Pioneer Asphalt, Power Crush Inc., EZ Sewer and Drain, Commercial Concrete, and MGM Seal Coating, Work with Councilman Eugene Cook

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Join us on Thursday, October 2nd as we talk tech & discuss great ideas for Huntington Station at LaunchPad of Huntington!
Among the ever growing field of technology, LaunchPad is an incubator, business accelerator and co-working community space that is making great strides here in Huntington, as well as various other locations on Long Island! To […]

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