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Joan Cergol Appointed by Democrats in Last Town Board Majority Meeting.

A “New Direction” for Huntington starts in January with the new leadership of Chad Lupinnaci, Ed Smyth and Gene Cook as the majority, yet Susan Berland (same ole same ole) does not let us down one more time going out the door. At last night’s December 13, 2017, the last democratically controlled town board meeting […]

Suffolk County Emergency Operations Center Currently in Monitoring Mode

Winter Storm Warning for Suffolk County – Forecast Expected to Bring Five to Seven
Inches of Snow, Heaviest in Western and Central Suffolk

91 Pieces of Highway Snow Removal Equipment and Approximately 17,000 Tons of Salt on
Hand

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today provided an update on county actions
taken in […]

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The Town of Huntington continues to receive recognition from the national organization representing government finance professionals for the Town’s financial practices and the clarity in reporting and describing them for the public.
The Town was recently notified that for the 17th consecutive year, it has received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, the highest […]

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WHAT:          The Suffolk County Police Department Impound Section will hold an auction of 130 vehicles, approximately half of which are SUVS and trucks, as well as nine trailers and one snowmobile. For a full list of items, visit www.suffolkpd.org.
WHEN:         Saturday, December 9, 2017 at 9 a.m.
                        Preview of vehicles: Thursday, December […]

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LUPINACCI LAUNCHES TRANSITION WEBSITE – chad2017.com
Supervisor-elect Chad A. Lupinacci announced the recent launch of his “New Direction Transition Team” website. This site will serve as a forum for individuals to inquire about personnel openings within the Town of Huntington during the transition period.
Lupinacci released the following statement Monday:
In an attempt to keep the hiring process […]

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Training includes administration of intranasal naloxone
 
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 […]

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Prevent Limiting or Eliminating Deduction for State and Local Taxes

If Congress Approves Legislation, Long Island Taxpayers Earning Between
$25,000 to $200,000 Would Incur Annual Tax Increase Ranging from $1,356 to
$3,980, According to the Long Island Association than most people in Washington,
that what is considered middle class in

Read Copy of Letter Here
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$10 million project will transform former State Armory into community activity hub
 
With 150 of his family, friends and colleagues looking on, the Town of Huntington unveiled concept plans November 25 for transforming the former New York State Armory into a community center to be named after the late Assemb. James Conte.
“We’ve been waiting for this […]

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$194.2 million spending plan maintains services and stays within state tax cap
 
          The Huntington Town Board, at a special meeting November 20, approved a $194.2 million budget for 2018, a spending plan that maintains all Town services at current levels and calls for a tax levy that is under the state-mandated tax cap.
 
          At the […]

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Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad detectives are investigating an incident during which a man was killed after he became trapped underground during the installation of a cesspool in Shoreham.
 
A crew was installing a cesspool at a home, located at 8 Josephine Blvd., when the ground gave way trapping Kurt Peiscopgrau, 60, of Northport, at approximately […]

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