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Five Additional Beaches Remain Closed
 
Huntington Beach Community Association Beach in Huntington is closed to bathing due to the finding of bacteria at levels that are in excess of acceptable criteria.

Five additional beaches remain closed due to unacceptable levels of bacteria:
¨      Tanner Park Beach in Copiague
¨      Copiague Harbor Property Owners’ Association Beach
¨      Lake Ronkonkoma Beach in […]

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The Huntington Town Board, at its August 16, 2016 meeting, approved revisions to the section of Town Code dealing with animals, including setting requirements on the proper disposal of pet waste, limiting the length of time animals may be restrained outdoors and establishing guidelines to aid in the prevention of animals being abandoned.
 
Under the revisions, […]

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Online component of the course being developed by Cornell Cooperative to provide flexibility and easy access for course completion
 
County Executive Bellone announced that of as part of the County’s required Turf Management Classes, the County has contracted with Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) to develop an online-based class that landscapers may take in their own home […]

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Town of Huntington Code Enforcement officers, working with Suffolk County police, recently executed search warrants at two locations suspected of having illegal apartments and, having discovered multiple violations of Town code, issued a total of 17 summonses.
Code Enforcement became aware of the first location, 104 W. 21st Street, after Code Enforcement officers drove by the […]

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Waterproofing Project Resumes at South Parking Garage
The second level of the South Parking Garage at the Huntington Long Island Rail Road station will be closed for several weeks beginning Monday, May 2, for the completion of the waterproofing project that is the last phase of the garage’s rehabilitation. Following that closure, the fifth, fourth and […]

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Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating an incident during which several shots were fired in Huntington Station early this morning Tuesday April 26, 2016.

Second Precinct officers responded to a SpotSpotter activation on 10th Avenue at approximately 1:30 a.m. Five men who were standing in front of 62 10th Ave. reported hearing shots and […]

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***IMPORTANT MEETING! ***
Greater Huntington Civic Group – Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 7 p.m.
 
The Transit-Oriented Development (T.O.D.) is Back!
 
     Renaissance Downtowns went before the Town of Huntington Zoning Board of Appeals last Thursday night to request variances for its proposed Gateway Plaza, a three-story development that would be situated on the east side of New […]

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Program aimed at removing illegal guns from Suffolk County streets
Officials from the Suffolk County Police Department, Suffolk County Probation, FBI and ATF today announced the creation of a firearm suppression team aimed at removing illegal guns from Suffolk County streets at a press conference in Hauppauge.
F.A.S.T, Firearm Suppression Team, will target individuals who pose the […]

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Can you make a New Year’s Resolution to finally address drunken behavior in 2016? – EDITORIAL
Every week someone is getting run over. Every day someone in Huntington is falling down drunk. Civic groups like the Greater Huntington Civic or Huntington Matters complain to “Public Safety” or a town board member or to the police. I […]

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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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