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Town of Huntington Releases Crab Meadow Watershed Plan Draft for Public Review and Comment

Huntington – The Town of Huntington has released a draft of the Crab Meadow Watershed Plan for public review and comment. The plan is a community driven stewardship plan with the intent to highlight best practices in future management of the Town’s largest watershed.
The Crab Meadow Watershed comprises about six square miles of downward sloping […]

DEC Temporarily Closes Shellfishing Areas Closures Caused by Excessive Stormwater Runoff from Widespread Heavy Rainfall

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Shellfish harvesting areas in six towns in Nassau and Suffolk Counties have been designated as uncertified (closed) for shellfish harvesting, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced today.
These temporary closures have been implemented due to the heavy rainfall and storm-water runoff that occurred in the wake of this past weekend’s rainfall, which […]

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Raia Announces Scholarship Opportunity for Long Island Students

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             Today, Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,C,I – East Northport) is reminding current and future college students that the New York Conference of Italian-American State Legislators is now accepting applications for four $3,000 scholarships. Applications are due by Monday, April 16 and will be awarded in June at the conference’s Annual […]

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Suffolk County Offers Model Falls Prevention Workshops to Mature Residents – Programs Give Seniors a Greater Chance to Stay Independent for Life

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Suffolk County Commissioner of Health Dr. James Tomarken invites mature residents to attend Suffolk County’s national award-winning program focused on falls prevention. The program is intended to empower mature adults to engage in behaviors that reduce the risks of falls, improve self-management, and improve their quality of life.
‘Stepping On,’ a CDC model program, comprises a […]

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Suffolk County Announces Opioid Overdose Prevention Classes – Training includes administration of intranasal naloxone

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County Executive Steve Bellone and Dr. James Tomarken, Commissioner of Health, are encouraging residents to take advantage of scheduled Opioid Overdose Prevention Classes.
The training, which meets New York State Department of Health requirements, will enable participants to recognize an opioid overdose, administer intranasal naloxone and take additional steps until EMS arrives. Participants will receive a […]

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SUFFOLK COUNTY ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL FREE FLU CLINICS

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Health Commissioner Dr. James Tomarken
today announced that the Department of Health Services will be providing additional
influenza clinics at no charge to residents in light of Governor Cuomo’s declaration
of a public health emergency in New York. All residents six months of age and older
who have not already obtained their flu […]

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Commack FD Remembers Police Officer Charles Oddo

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On February 17, 2018, the Commack Fire Department remembered one of their own, Police
Officer Charles Oddo who was killed in the line of duty 22 years ago while assigned
to NYPD Highway 2.Firefighters led by Third Assistant Chief John Barry and an NYPD
Color Guard gathered at the Charles A. Oddo Verleye Park, a precious place to
remember […]

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Supervisor Lupinacci Recognizes Hispanic Heritage Essay Contest Winners

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           Huntington Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci joined January 30 in recognizing two Long Island School for the Gifted students who were selected as runners up in an Hispanic Heritage Month Student Essay Contest sponsored by cable television provider Altice.

          Julia Mandolios and Angel Mendoza, both competing in the grades 6-8 category, […]

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BRIAN ANDREW TULLY CELEBRATES TWO DECADES OF PRACTICING ELDER LAW AND ESTATE PLANNING

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Grandfather’s Influence Made Him Enter the Field of Law

Growing up in Malverne, New York, as a child, Brian Andrew Tully was
close to both sets of grandparents — literally. His maternal grandparents lived next
door, where he played games, spent Saturday nights watching TV with them, learned to
swing a golf club, and received a penny for every […]

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Board Approves Sweet Hollow Park Sculpture Design

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          The Huntington Town Board, at its February 6, 2018 meeting, approved a committee’s recommendation for the design of a sculpture to be located at Sweet Hollow Park in Melville and authorized the artist to create and install it.
 
          The welded aluminum sculpture, entitled “Community,” incorporates several symbolic elements, including a […]

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