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Dear Friends & Community Members,
Our next meetup is Monday Nov 16th 6:30-8:30pm at the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center at 1264 New York Avenue. We’ll be discussing the success of our first Gateway Nights event AND future outdoor evening events for Huntington Station, our FIRST action grant award, and how to best work as a united […]

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Toronto-based singer-songwriter Shawna Caspi and Canadian ukulele bluesman Manitoba Hal are the featured artists during the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s Hard Luck Café concert series at the Cinema Arts Centre (423 Park Avenue, Huntington, NY) on Thursday, Nov. 19. The 8:30 p.m. concert in the Cinema’s Sky Room will be preceded by an open […]

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The Town of Huntington Community Development Agency announces that it is accepting applications for a limited number of income-restricted units, priced at $327,000, at the Club at Melville, a newly-constructed 55-and-over gated luxury condominium community on Deshon Drive.
Approximately 10 units remain to be sold in this income classification, with the CDA having exhausted the list […]

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The Town of Huntington has taken the first steps toward suspending the certificates of occupancy at two rental properties owned by a corporation controlled by Donald Pius, a major landlord in the Town whose companies control 72 rental properties.
The Town sent a notice to Catco Associates LP, a company owned by Pius, that unless the […]

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Haunted Skies, a popular seasonal show created by the staff of the Vanderbilt Planetarium, has returned again for Halloween.
 

 

Photo by Steve Moore

Take a journey of exploration into the origins of this magnificent and often misunderstood holiday. Travel to the ancient past to uncover the legends and rituals of Halloween, and gain insight about why we […]

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A concerned resident sent a letter to TheHuntingtonian.com and it states that Susan Berland took contributions from Gary Melius for favoritism to vote for a zoning change in Melius’ favor. Mark Cuthbertson also received $23,500 and Frank Petrone received $27,000.
To lookup contributions in NYS here is the link:  http://www.elections.ny.gov/ContributionSearchA.html
The letter is below for you to […]

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This seminar at VFW Post 1469 210 West Pulaski Road Huntington Station
promises to change the way you see local government and the protections available under the Rule
of Law for owning and investing in commercial and residential real estate in the Town of Huntington.  This seminar will illustrate why unnecessary applications and payments to local government […]

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Ideas Needed!
What would you do with $500? What about $1000
Each month Source The Station will provide a ‘Short-Term Action for Long Term Change’ Grant (or Action Grant for short) of $500 to a winning proposal with 50 Likes on Our Ideas Page, or $1000 for 100 Likes. Ideas can be resubmitted each month.
The next grant […]

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Public Safety & Berland tell Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement Group. “If you have A Letter in Lieu, there is nothing we can do!”
 
Starting in December 0f 2010, a concerned group of citizens formed the Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement group, which now has 400 members.  Their goal is to target illegal housing and to help the […]

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From the Office of Assemblyman Lupinacci
Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci announced that over $2 million was returned to 1,605 Long Island residents who were not paid the proper minimum wage during the first seven months of 2015.
“Hardworking men and women on Long Island deserve every penny they work for,” said Lupinacci. “New York State is a leader […]

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