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Applications Being Accepted for Lottery for One Affordable Townhouse Unit in Centerport

The Town of Huntington, the Town of Huntington Community Development Agency and the Clear Creek Homes LLC announce that from May 1 to May 31, 2017 the CDA will be accepting applications for the lottery for one affordable townhouse unit within the newly-constructed Hilltop Homes development on Centershore Road in Centerport.
The sales price for the […]

Eleven income-restricted townhouses will be available in 76-unit development adjacent to Avalon Huntington Station

With about 40 prospective purchasers in attendance, a lottery was held at Huntington Town Hall August 30 to choose the order in which 156 applicants will be contacted to continue the qualification process for eleven affordable townhouse units within the 76-unit Country […]

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The Town of Huntington Community Development Agency announces that it is accepting applications for a limited number of income-restricted units, priced at $327,000, at the Club at Melville, a newly-constructed 55-and-over gated luxury condominium community on Deshon Drive.
Approximately 10 units remain to be sold in this income classification, with the CDA having exhausted the list […]

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Dear Members, Neighbors and Friends,
As many of you may know, the Halesite Fire Department recently added a September 11th Memorial to the landscape adjacent to our building. New Halesite Firefighter–Peter C. Magerle–took on the project as part of his successful effort to become an Eagle Scout.
Given the impact of September 11, 2001 on our community, […]

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Editor’s note: This story was originally published in October 2013. In light of Newsday’s Investigative report called The Insiders, we have made the decision to rerun this article because there are other disturbing connections related to Councilman Cuthberson and his law firm that are deserving of further scrutiny. Updates to the article have been added as Editor’s notes.

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By failing to comply with this very specific law, our Town leaders are leaving all Huntingtonians vulnerable to having our hard earned tax dollars wasted on costly lawsuits.
It is common practice in Town Hall to make public documents unavailable to citizens of the town of Huntington.  If documents were readily available, town residents might be very […]

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The Don Pius scholarship was established several years ago as part of a deal that the Town Board made with this notorious landlord.  Pius is especially well known in the Huntington School district since his more than 70 homes in that school district are eyesores in the community and have many school aged children living in them.  […]

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Another Pius House – Story Update

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This home is owned by Community Properties, LLC which is one of Don Pius’ holding companies. Besides the obvious problems with the “No Crack” sign, there are many other issues of concern.  Wires hanging across windows is a violations of  Town code.  Notice the kiddie pool in the bottom right of the picture.  It is more than disturbing to think […]

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