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On May 22, 2012 the Huntington Town Board held a public hearing pertaining to an application to convert Meyer’s Farm into a park area and, changing the zoning at the Tribune parcel, located on Deshon Drive, in Melville. The public hearing was well attended and speakers from both sides of the issue spoke passionately while […]

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ShotSpotter Stat Update

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Many media outlets covering a press conference with new Police Commissioner Webber a few weeks ago stated “the ShotSpotter system detected gunfire 517 times in about three months”. One of those dailies went on to state Webber as saying” that’s more than five incidents a day in places like Huntington Station”

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If we look at the larger number of $2,438,000, we could have helped about 70 families with 20% down payment assistance. That alone would have changed the entire direction of the community. If you think about the lost opportunity, it really is sad.

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 Driving along Round Swamp road, there are signs proclaiming “save Sweet Hollow Park” attend town board meeting May 22nd!  Bring the kids!”
 At first blush, it sounds great, right? Save a park? Who would not want that?
Well, it is a bit more complicated than that. There is not yet any park called “Sweet Hollow Park”. It […]

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In response to Joan Cergol’s  article last week entitled, “Huntington Station is Rising Again”, Joan tries to make the point that the latest Town Revitalization Plan will succeed where others have failed because this time there are more people engaged in the process.  With all due respect, getting people engaged in the process hasn’t been […]

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It Just Ain’t So…

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In a recent article in the Long Islander Newspaper, Joan Cergol, who is on the EDC and Special Assistant to Supervisor Frank Petrone, discussed how Huntington Station is Rising Again.  She ended the article by stating, “when all is said and done, we can finally leave 1960’s Urban Renewal at the curb.”  The entire article […]

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Berland: Accuracy Not an Option?

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Councilwoman Susan Berland has said on multiple occasions that she “told the people at Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement group that Don Pius’ houses are legal, there is nothing we can do. She publicly claimed to worked with this group consistently to help the community”. To say that Berland is mistaken with these comments is an understatement. […]

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I left last nights meeting thinking to myself, Wow, what a knowledgeable group of people who really get it and have a desire to roll up their sleeves and fix the problems.  Unfortunately I am not talking about the well paid experts behind the podium who have brought us to this point.  I am talking about […]

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Station Lied To Again?

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This story was originally published in February. We are runnning it again because it relates to what will be discussed at the March 27th Brownfield meeting to be held at Tri-CYA in Huntington Station at 7:00 pm.

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Three Armed Men Rob Huntington Station Deli, local residents claim the deli is known for illegal activity.
Chapi Deli and Grocery at 139 West Hills Road, Huntington Station was robbed early Thursday morning.  According to police, at approximately 5:40 a.m. on January 26th, the deli was robbed and the safe was taken.
According to sources in the neighborhood and several […]

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