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Huntington Residents are Picked to Receive Advanced Water Treatment System

Huntington Residents are Picked to Receive Advanced Water Treatment System as Part of County’s Program to Combat Nitrogen Pollution
 
Huntington Bay, NY – As part of an ongoing County-wide effort to improve our water quality, Lydia and John Von Barta were selected at random to receive the free system in the second phase of the […]

County Executive Steve Bellone and Commissioner of Health Services Dr. James Tomarken announced today the activation of the Public Health Information Line: 631-787-2200. The Information Line is being employed to enhance continuing efforts to detect and prevent the spread of communicable illnesses in Suffolk County. The line is now available from Monday through Friday from […]

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Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D. Rounds out Series of Community Meetings at Huntington Public Library
 Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D. wrapped up his “Listening Tour” Tuesday night May 23, 2017 at the Huntington Public Library. The tour kicked off with its first meeting in March at the Northport Public Library, and included meetings at the […]

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The following beaches are closed to bathing due to the finding of bacterial levels in excess of acceptable criteria.

Lake Ronkonkoma Beach, Islip
Tanner Park Beach, Copiague
Benjamin Beach, Bay Shore
Fleet’s Cove Beach, Huntington
Huntington Beach Community Association Beach, Centerport
Crab Meadow Beach, Northport

 
According to Suffolk County Commissioner of Health Dr. James Tomarken, bathing in bacteria-contaminated water can result in […]

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Join the community of gardeners at Gateway Park Community Garden, corner of Lowndes & NY Avenues! Grow food organically for your family in a free, raised garden bed, 5×20 feet. (Donations gratefully accepted.) Water, tools and advice all available. No experience necessary. Gather at social events like a Summer Solstice Party, donate some of your […]

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          The Town of Huntington’s Conservation Board has scheduled its semi-annual meeting with park stewards for May 16, 2017 focusing on the topic, “Threats to Trees – What Can Be Done?”
          The meeting, which is open to the public, will include presentations by experts and discussion on topics including historic threats to Town trees, the […]

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Cyanobacteria Bloom in Willow Pond in Village of Huntington Bay
Recent sampling performed by SUNY Stony Brook has confirmed cyanobacteria blooms, more commonly known as blue–green algae, in Willow Pond in the Village of Huntington Bay, NY.  Due to these findings, health officials ask residents not to use or swim or wade in these waters and […]

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Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and members of the Huntington Town Board marked Arbor Day 2017 Saturday April 22 by joining with students and administrators from the Huntington and Harborfields School Districts in planting a tree in Heckscher Park, one of 100 to be planted this year in honor of the park’s 100th anniversary.
Joining Supervisor Petrone […]

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On Sunday March 12, 2017, Senate Republicans presented a proposal to spend over $8 billion on clean water and sewer projects, a $5 billion infrastructure bond plan and the formation of an institute to set state standards for unregulated contaminants. The proposal is part of the Senate Republicans’ “one-house budget” proposal that will be released […]

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Town’s energy efforts make it eligible to apply for $250,000 in state funding
 
            The Town of Huntington has earned a Clean Energy Community designation, making the Town eligible to apply for $250,000 in state funding that can be applied to future energy projects.
            The designation is part of the statewide […]

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