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20 Additional Homeowners Will Receive Free State-of-the-Art Septic Systems to Reduce Nitrogen Pollution & Enhance Region’s Water Quality
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced the names of the 20 homeowners that were selected at random to receive a free advanced water treatment system as part of the second phase of the County’s Septic Demonstration Pilot […]

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All Say Town Should Not Amend Comprehensive Plan to Accommodate Another Strip Mall
On Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 7:00 pm, the Town of Huntington Planning Board will hold a public hearing to consider re-writing the Town’s Comprehensive Plan to accommodate the Villadom Mall, a massive and unprecedented 56-acre, 486,000 square-foot strip mall — larger than […]

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Audra E. Dehan, Esq., founder and managing attorney of The Law Offices of Audra E. Dehan, has been elected vice president on the executive board of the Estate Planning Council of Suffolk County, in the 2016/2017 term beginning January 1, 2016. A resident of Commack, Ms Dehan concentrates her Melville law practice on estate and […]

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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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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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LI News Radio Witch Hunt Show

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Witch Hunt Funded by Huntington Taxpayers
Key sound bites from the John Gomez Show LI NEWS RADIO for Huntingtonians who did not catch it on the radio today.
Part 1-5:36 to 12:00 Introduction into the Witch Hunt
Part 2-18:32 to 23:26 Interview with Huntingtonian Kathleen Kufs
Part 3-24:45 t0 42:40 Interview with Larry Kelly Attorney and Gene Cook Huntington […]

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Below you can hear the segment with Gene Cook yesterday 8/20/14 on the John Gomez show 103.9FM talking about the Night Democracy died in the town of Huntington.  The segment is 32 minutes and 51 seconds long. The segment was about the Vote on the Seasons project which passed 4-1 at the August 19th board […]

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SOME FACTS ON THE SEASONS PROJECT AT OAKTREE DAIRY:
5500+ signatures submitted to the town board against the project
4593 property’s/parcels in the Elwood school district
1 Acre Zoning agreed by the citizens group of James Cameron, Richard Ward, Loretta Hamman, Mary Jane Mackey, and Tom Van de Merlen represented the community at the meetings behind closed doors
Town […]

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On June 17, 2014 there will be public hearing to determine the fate of the Oak Tree Dairy property on Elwood Road in East Northport. It is hard to imagine that any new information will be brought to the table. The battle has been going on since 2012 when it was first announced that Engel […]

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