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Grant Applications Must Be Submitted by June 13th Deadline.

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We want to start with a HUGE thank you to all Source the Station members and community stakeholders who have contributed over the last 18+ months to the crowdsourced placemaking (CSPM) process in Huntington Station. Renaissance Downtowns is committed to co-creating a vibrant, mixed-use downtown in Huntington Station with a dedication to the triple bottom […]

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Editors note:  This letter was written in response to the the article Town Board’s Use of Eminent Domain Costs Tax payers Millions. 
Dear Editor,
Rotondo is only a part of the larger puzzle. The Town knew Rotondo was using this land in an illegal manner as more than a construction debris waste transfer site, less 1000 feet […]

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Regarding an article on the Rotondo property that ran in the March 6, 2014 edition of the Long Islander, it seems that Supervisor Petrone and the paper missed Councilman Cook’s point.

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According to sources at the company, the plans for the parcel included a commercial project that would not have included any housing and would have resulted in approximately $250,000 annual tax revenue to the Huntington School District.

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

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Sitting out one of our many snowstorms this year in Huntington Village, I stopped in to Finnegan’s Restaurant and Tap Room, located at 5 Wall Street, Huntington, New York 11743 for an ice cold beer. The manager, Tom Forte, served me with a warm and friendly smile as soon as I sat down.

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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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