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County Executive, Uber and Lyft Representatives, and Long Island Business Leaders Tout the Over $100 Million in Projected Economic Benefits of Alternative Transportation Services
Suffolk County is First to Bring Ride-sharing Services to Long Island
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today announced that Suffolk County will officially participate in the statewide ride-sharing program that was recently signed into […]

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Councilwomen help plant a tree as part of Hindu sect’s effort to help Nature Conservancy project
          Melville, NY, Huntington Town Councilwomen Susan A. Berland and Tracey A. Edwards joined with other public officials June 4 in the opening ceremonies and official start of a walkathon organized by the BAPS Hindu temple to raise funds for […]

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The Suffolk County Police Impound Section will hold an auction of vehicles on June 17 at 9 a.m. at the Suffolk County Police Department Impound Facility, located at 100 Old Country Road in Westhampton.

Cars, SUVs, pickup trucks and a recreational vehicle (RV) will be available for auction. There will be no motorcycles for sale during […]

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County-Led Program Makes it Affordable for Suffolk Homeowners to Purchase Advanced Wastewater Treatment Systems 
Suffolk County to Accept Applications from Eligible Homeowners Interested in Participating in the Program Beginning July 2017
New ReclaimOurWater.info Website Launched to Provide Residents Information  
Today, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone signed into law the first-of-its-kind water quality program in New York State that will help homeowners […]

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The Town of Huntington marked Memorial Day 2017 with its annual wreath ceremony at Town Hall’s Veterans Plaza May 28, 2017 using the occasion to dedicate a plaque adding the name of a longtime member to the memorial recognizing those who served on the Town’s Veterans Advisory Board.
William Amadio, who passed away in October at […]

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On Tuesday, New York State Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci made the following announcement: 
“I would like to officially announce that I will seek the position of Huntington Town Supervisor. The Town of Huntington is in need of a new direction to best prepare our communities and neighborhoods for the future. For too long our residents have […]

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It is with deep regret I announce my withdrawal from the Town of Huntington Supervisor race.
Prior to announcing my candidacy, I had conversations with the various party chairs in regards to the
importance of diversity that is needed on the Huntington Town Board that should reflect the residents in Huntington.
This is of extreme importance not only […]

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The Town of Huntington and the Huntington Community Development Agency announce that from June 1 to June 30 2017, the Long Island Housing Partnership will be accepting applications for a lottery being held to create a new waiting list for resales, as they become available, of the affordable units at The Greens at Half Hollow.
There […]

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Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad detectives are investigating an incident during which a man was killed after he became trapped underground when the ground gave way in Huntington.

A crew was installing a cesspool at a home located at 2 Beech Place in Huntington, NY when the ground gave way trapping Edward Sinnott at approximately 12:50 […]

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COMMUTERS GET RELIEF
 
      The New York State Senate today passed legislation to help compensate Penn Station commuters and hold Amtrak responsible for costly and frustrating delays. The bill (S6421), sponsored by Senator Elaine Phillips (R-C, Manhasset), would withhold New York State’s payments to Amtrak, operator of Penn Station, and return the savings to commuters as […]

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