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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, flanked by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, veterans and Italian-American groups, declared today that Huntington will not consider removing the Christopher Columbus statue that has served as a gateway to Huntington Village for more than 40 years.

Supervisor Petrone’s statement, made at the statue, comes against the backdrop of […]

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Editors Note: Susan Berland is now running for Suffolk County Legislator 16th District against Hector Gavilla.  This information may be pertinent for you, the voters to know, before you cast your ballot.  Original Story was printed on October 25, 2015.
 

While town officials grapple with millions in potential cuts to the all-volunteer Huntington Community First Aid […]

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$194.2 million spending plan maintains services and stays within state tax cap
 
          Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, at the September 19 Town Board meeting, presented a proposed $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 […]

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Milestone Coincides with Beginning of National SepticSmart Week 2017
 
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today kicked off SepticSmart Week 2017 by highlighting that Suffolk County has already received nearly 600 registrations by homeowners interested in the Septic Improvement Program.  This first of its kind program provides financial incentives to help homeowners replace their outdated septic systems or cesspools […]

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Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini and Suffolk County Police Chief of Department Stuart Cameron thoughts and prayers are with the victims of yet another apparent act of terrorism that occurred this morning in London.  This attack targeted London’s transit system.  The Suffolk County Police is actively monitoring intelligence from the incident in cooperation […]

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Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, members of the Town Council and Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia joined with the Huntington Manor Fire Department September 9 in renaming Depot Road Park after Richard Wm. Holst, who suffered a fatal heart attack while responding to a fire near the park exactly eight years ago.
The Board and the Fire Department […]

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The Melville Fire Department invites the community to join us for our 9/11 Memorial Service on September 11, 2017 at 8 p.m. at Station # 3, on Old Country Road and New York Avenue. The candlelight remembrance takes place around a steel beam recovered from the World Trade Center that stands on a memorial plaza at the […]

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Dear Editor,
 It has come to my attention that there are grumblings that I, Lisa Cook the wife of Town of Huntington Councilman Eugene
Cook, was the reason he dropped out of the race for Huntington Town Supervisor.  I feel compelled to set the record straight.
The truth of the matter is that my husband withdrew from the […]

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Sessions, spurred by state grant, will include information on reporting blight
          As part of an effort spurred by a state grant, the Town of Huntington has scheduled three public programs aimed at helping struggling homeowners and at assisting residents who want to report examples of blight.
          The events are designed to provide information that will […]

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(Sixteen Additional Mosquito Samples Test Positive for West Nile Virus)
 
 
The New York State Department of Health informed Suffolk County health officials today that a mosquito sample tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus, also referred to as Triple E.  The sample, Culiseta melanura, was collected on August 16 in the Manorville area.
 
The presence […]

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