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Huntington Unveils Free Qwik Ride Shuttle to Alleviate Village Parking Crunch

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Huntington – Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, Councilwoman Joan Cergol, Councilman Ed Smyth and Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia were joined by representatives from the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, Huntington Village Business Improvement District (BID), and co-founders of the Qwik Ride shuttle service for a ribbon-cutting Friday, August 17 at Huntington Town Hall.
 
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Supervisor Lupinacci Attends Youth Bureau’s Unveiling of New Fuchs Pond Park Mural

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Northport – Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci joined the Town of Huntington Youth Bureau Drug and Alcohol Counseling Center (YBDACC) Prevention Services Team, Cornell Cooperative Extension SeaStar Marine Camp and student campers for the unveiling of the Fuchs Pond Park Mural on Friday, August 17.
“It warms my heart knowing that these conscientious students in the Town […]

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Town of Huntington, Family Unveil Scott J. Beigel Way at Street Dedication Ceremony

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Dix Hills – Huntington Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, Councilwoman Joan Cergol, and Tax Receiver Jillian Guthman were joined by Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, Assemblyman Steve Stern, Assemblyman Andrew Raia and Assemblyman Charles Lavine as well as family and friends of Scott J. Beigel and the Beigel-Schulman family, including former campers and students of the […]

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Town Of Huntington Releases Draft Scope On The Preserve At Indian Hills For Public Review And Comment

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The Town of Huntington has released The Preserve at Indian Hills Draft Scope submitted by the applicant for a public review and comment period ending Monday, September 17, 2018.
The Planning Board passed a resolution regarding The Preserve at Indian Hills at its August 8 meeting, declaring itself the lead agency for SEQRA review; issuing a Positive Declaration, citing […]

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Piping Plovers Saved At County Park

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that the County’s 2018 Piping Plover Conservation Program has resulted in a record number of successful piping plover pairs and fledges this summer while retaining recreational opportunities for outer beach enthusiasts at Smith Point County Park.

In prior years, a vast majority of the outer beach area at Smith Point […]

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Lupinacci Rejects Councilmembers’ Demands He Violate Town Code, State Law

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Huntington Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci has released a statement laying out the Town’s budget process and timeline:
 
“I am releasing this statement to express my extreme disappointment with Councilman Cuthbertson and Councilwoman Cergol’s grandstanding statement to the press about the Town of Huntington budget process. In their joint statement, they demanded that I violate Chapter […]

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Lupinacci To Newsday On Misleading LIPA Article: Your Bias Is Clear, Readers Deserve Better

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In a letter addressed to Newsday dated August 10, 2018, Huntington Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci responded to a misleading article written by reporter Mark Harrington on the LIPA lawsuit:
 
“I was dismayed by your article on July 26, 2018, entitled High-Power Properties, which is emblematic of the paper’s completely biased coverage of the litigation concerning the […]

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Town of Huntington Hires Seasoned Mediator to Resolve LIPA Lawsuit and End Costly Litigation

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At its July 17, 2018 meeting, the Huntington Town Board entered into a mediation agreement to resolve the LIPA lawsuit. The Town Board also approved tax-saving and revenue-producing measures, beautification projects, a skin cancer prevention initiative, and dedicated a street in the name of a local World War II veteran, among other Town business.
 
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Commuity Blood Drive Announcement; All Donors to Receive a Free Pair of Mets Tickets!

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A blood emergency has been declared in the New York area this summer. Low levels, leading into the summer months, are particularly dangerous as families are taking vacations and are less available to donate.  To help build up the needed supply; Legislator Spencer is reaching out to invite all those who can donate to please join our efforts and […]

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Town of Huntington Unveils 4th of July 5MPH Boating Speed Restrictions, Emergency Pickup Locations, BWI Crackdown

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, Councilwoman Joan Cergol and Councilman Ed Smyth were joined by New York State Assemblyman Andrew Raia, Senior Harbormaster Fred Uvena and members of the Greater Huntington Council of Yachting and Boating Clubs and the Huntington Beach Community Association for a press conference at the Town Harbormaster’s office to announce boating safety […]

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