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Small Business Saturday, Holiday Parade in Huntington Village

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On  Saturday, November 28, 2015 in Huntington Village the Sixth Annual Huntington Village Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting.  Events start at 2 p.m. Parade starts at 6 p.m  Tree lighting is approximately at 7:30-8 p.m., after the parade.
Each year, between 5,000 to 10,000 people come to the parade, which includes floats by local fire departments and companies. This year, […]

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QUICKER ACCESS TO MEDICAL MARIJUANA WILL HELP THOUSANDS

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Chad Lupinacci New York State Assemblyman from South Huntington was glad that Governor Cuomo signed Assembly bill 7060 into law.
Lupinacci  Stated “Several New Yorkers who are currently fighting life threatening illnesses visited the state Capitol this year, and I had the opportunity to meet with them and listen to their stories. They gave me a […]

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Suffolk County Police To Hold Vehicle Auction

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The Suffolk County Police Impound Section will be holding a vehicle auction on November 14 at 9 a.m. at the department’s impound yard, located 110 Old Country Road in Westhampton.
The auction will feature 100 vehicles including sedans, pick-up trucks, vans, SUVs and motorcycles. All vehicles are sold “as is” and all sales are final.
A preview […]

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Suffolk’s Deputy Police Commissioner Lends Voice to Prominent Law Enforcement Group Seeking to Reduce Nation’s Incarceration Rate

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Deputy Commissioner Mention-Lewis shares Suffolk’s progressive anti-crime initiatives as part of Law Enforcement Leaders to Reduce Crime & Incarceration
 
Washington, D.C.- Suffolk County Deputy Police Commissioner Risco Mention-Lewis took part in a group discussion at the White House with President Obama and Law Enforcement Leaders (LEL) to reduce crime and incarceration on October 21 and October […]

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Huntington Town Board, Approves a $188,663,991- Town budget for 2016

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The Huntington Town Board, at its November 5 meeting, approved a $188,663,991 Town budget for 2016, a spending plan that remains within the state’s tax cap while maintaining services at a time when revenues are stagnant and fixed costs are increasing.
 
The budget, which was presented by Supervisor Frank P. Petrone in September, contains no new […]

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Huntington Annouces Affordable Units Still Available at The Club at Melville

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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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Assemblyman Andrew Raia Endorses Cook & Thompson

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Veterans from VFW Post 1469 Give Councilman Eugene Cook an Award at Town Hall

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Andrew Merola on The John Gomez Show 10/27/15 Talks About How the Huntington Democrats Treated Him

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To Read the letter to the editor while listening to the show CLICK HERE.

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Democrat Andrew Merola’s Opinion on Election:
With the election for Huntington Town Board looming, and the reality that I will not be on the ballot well behind us, I’ve had to think long and hard about who I’d be voting for this year. We need change, that is clear. We need to remove these career politicians […]

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