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It was a particularly cold day in November 2013; I was doing some yard work in my new home in Manorville, N.Y. when my wife informed me that our natural gas meter was making a high-pitched sound.

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A 3-Day event on important issues. For more information go to www.savelongisland.com.

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By Joseph E. Mottola, CEO, Long Island Board of REALTORS®
A November 11th Editorial that ran in Newsday stated that the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) should be left as is and that rates should be allowed to rise for 25 % a year until they eventually match up with private market insurance rates.  The editorial mentioned that […]

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In September 1959 the Town began the Urban Renewal Project in Huntington Station under the Flynn administration and administered by Quentin Sammis, chairman, by condemning all businesses and residences along New York Avenue and Broadway through eminent domain. The project was called General Neighborhood Renewal Plan, better known as (LIFT) “Local Improvement For Tomorrow.” Buildings were taken over […]

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Dan Gulizio was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Greater Huntington Civic Group. Mr. Gulizio is a resident of Huntington and has worked as a professional planner on Long Island for nearly 25 years.

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci will be sponsoring a Hurricane and Emergency Preparedness Program on Tuesday, September 24, at 7:00 p.m at the South Huntington Library, 145 Pidgeon Hill Road, Huntington Station.  During the event, representatives from the Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management will be on hand to provide residents with tips on how to prepare […]

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Residents urged to eliminate stagnant water near homes

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Due to excessive heat the Town is offering the following options to help beat the heat this week:
Lifeguards will remain on duty until 7:30 p.m. at Crab Meadow, Centerport and Quentin Sammis/West Neck Beaches. Lifeguards normally go off duty at 6 p.m., after which swimming is prohibited.
The Dix Hills pool is open until 8 p.m.
Public […]

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With the National Weather Service forecasting high temperatures, County Executive Bellone has asked that Suffolk County residents take it easy during the next few days and follow the experts’ advice on how to “Beat the Heat.”  Suffolk County will also open cooling centers for Suffolk County residents beginning July 16th at 12:00 noon.
The Suffolk County […]

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They lure insects into death traps, then gorge on their flesh. Is that any way for a plant to behave?
Sure, if the plant is of the carnivorous variety made famous by the  Broadway play and movie, Little Shop of Horrors.
Meet these plants up close at a presentation by Eric Kunz of Seemore Gardens, Long Island’s […]

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