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Suffolk County Police over the last FEW months arrested ELEVEN Flushing women for unauthorized practice of a profession and prostitution during a massage parlor raids in Huntington.
In response to community complaints, Suffolk County Police Second Precinct Crime Section officers, Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives, Suffolk County Police Criminal Intelligence detectives, U.S. Homeland Security officers […]

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Judge C. Randall Hinrichs, District Administrative Judge of Suffolk County, and the Suffolk County Traffic and Parking Violations Agency (SCTPVA)  have worked collaboratively to develop an administrative order to address the most egregious traffic infraction violators.
 
“This will ensure that the most serious traffic cases are handled at the District Court level and that those defendants […]

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Play Gets Rousing Reception at Black History Night
 
 
The history-based play “Harriet, Rosa and Me” received a rousing reception at its world premiere February 16 2017, performed as part of the Town of Huntington’s 30th annual Black History program.
Written and produced by Grammy and Emmy-award winning director J.D. Lawrence, the musical play tells the story of […]

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Councilwoman Tracey A. Edwards and the Huntington Town Board honor Dentists for A Better Huntington at the February 7, 2017 Town board meeting
February 7, 2017- Huntington NY- Councilwoman Tracey A. Edwards and the Huntington Town Board honored Dentists for A Better Huntington at the February 7, 2017 town board meeting. 
Dentists for A Better Huntington is […]

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          The Huntington Town Board, at its February 7, 2017 meeting, approved the installation of public art on five additional signal boxes in Huntington Village, and authorized agreements with the state Department of Transportation to place them on boxes on Main Street (State Route 25A).
 
          The works were selected from 10 […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref.-South Huntington) joined Assemblyman Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square), and Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi (D-Utica) for a joint press conference this morning as they advocated funding increases for Special Act schools and 853, 4201, 4410 preschool programs. Special Act schools and 853, 4201, 4410 preschool programs are classifications given by the New York […]

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       New York Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) is once again joining Long Island Cares for its annual Legislative Pet Food Drive Challenge.  Over the next couple of months, Senator Flanagan’s district office will serve as a collection point for pet supplies in an effort to help the charity restock […]

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Suffolk County Police have arrested two women during a massage parlor raid conducted in Huntington yesterday February 15, 2017.
In response to numerous community complaints, Suffolk County Police Second Precinct Crime Section officers, Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives, Suffolk County Police Criminal Intelligence detectives, U.S. Homeland Security officers and Town of Huntington Code Enforcement officers […]

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A Statement from the desk of Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref.-South Huntington)
“As the Assembly moves forward with the proposed immigration reform bills today, I believe we must tread carefully to implement an effective framework that values and welcomes our immigrant population,” said Lupinacci. “Immigration policy has become increasingly unclear, and we must have a […]

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Gov.’s plan would increase property taxes for New Yorkers
 
 
Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci spoke out today following a conference of the Assembly’s Budget Hearing on Taxes. During the hearing Nonie Manion, the Executive Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Taxation and Finance, provided testimony conceding that the intended freeze of the New York State School […]

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