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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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Open Houses For 1/25/14 & 1/26/14

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15 Village Hill Dr. Dix Hills  – Saturday, Jan 25th, 1 – 3
34 Colony Dr. West Sayville – Sunday, Jan 26th, 12 – 3
33 West Street, Northport – Sunday, Jan 26th, 12 – 2
For more information, go to bhgliving.com

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Open Houses For 1/19/14

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15 Village Hill Dr. Dix Hills Sunday Jan 19th 11-2
53 Belknap Dr. Northport Sunday Jan 19th 12-3
For more information go to bhgliving.com

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Discover Southdown Marketplace!

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I have lived in The Town of Huntington for over three years now and whenever I went food shopping I just went to one of the national chains. One in particular has a huge “FRESH” sign over the entranceway, so I thought, “well hey, I want fresh food!” There was not a whole lot of food stores to compare with.

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Open Houses For This Weekend

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Open Houses for January 11 & 12

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In November 2013, Judge Hackling decided in favor of the LaVertu’s in the town’s case against them.  It is alleged that the Town acted in a retaliatory manor against the LaVertu’s in regards to violations and fines on their home.  The defendant’s motion to vacate a Conditional Discharge and dismiss a Declaration of Delinquency was […]

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Editor’s note:  Earlier this month, Berland and Cuthbertson chose to continue a costly tax payer funded lawsuit to prevent rentals from being built in another part of the town (Ruland Road).  They are celebrating affordable rentals in Huntington Station.  Huntington Station currently has 72% of the non-senior affordable housing for the entire township.  The completion […]

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FADO – Portuguese/American Cuisine Restaurant

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FADO Restaurant is a cozy, intimate and authentic Portuguese/American Cuisine Restaurant.

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Flood Insurance: Rates and Reality

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By Joseph E. Mottola, CEO, Long Island Board of REALTORS®
A November 11th Editorial that ran in Newsday stated that the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) should be left as is and that rates should be allowed to rise for 25 % a year until they eventually match up with private market insurance rates.  The editorial mentioned that […]

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