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ANDREW RAIA GIVING OUT $10,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS
Today, Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,I,C-East Northport) is reminding current and future college students that the New York Conference of Italian-American State Legislators is now accepting applications for four $2,500 scholarships. Applications are due by Monday, April 27 and will be awarded in June at the conference’s Annual Legislative Conference […]

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On Tuesday, April 21, 2015, residents of the Huntington Library district will have the opportunity to vote on the $8,917,925.00 budget.  This is an increase of $112,696.00, which translates to a 1.28% increase.  Residents can vote from 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. in the Main Building located at 338 Main Street, Huntington, NY.
To read the […]

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            By AJ Carter Huntington Information Officer- As part of the Daly Road/Hauppauge Road sidewalk and traffic calming project, the slip ramp that currently allows southbound traffic to continue on Daly Road at the intersection with Larkfield and Hauppauge Roads will be closed, permanently, beginning tomorrow, March 31.
             Southbound traffic […]

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Following yesterday’s comments by New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) President Karen Magee, Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,I-South Huntington) said he would be in favor of creating a panel that would examine the governor’s proposed teacher evaluation changes. Lupinacci, along with NYSUT, recommends that the proposed commission should be made up of school superintendents, teachers, and […]

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County Executive Steve Bellone announced that the HEAP season has been extended to March 27, 2015. A second HEAP Emergency benefit for heat and heat-related emergencies will be made available effective Monday, March 9, 2015. The Regular benefit, Emergency benefit and second Emergency benefit components will all close Friday, March 27, 2015.
“This emergency benefit will […]

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The annual public hearing conducted by the Town of Huntington’s Board of Ethics and Financial Disclosure has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. March 18 at Town Hall.
The Ethics Board holds the hearing, as required by Town Code, to take testimony from the general public on suggested improvements to the Town’s Code of Ethics.
The hearing was […]

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The resolution below was sent to The Huntingtonian by Councilman Cook’s office when we requested it.  It was voted on November 6, 2014 and passed 5 -0.  In the video below (from the town board meeting on 2/10/15), Councilman Cuthbertson said, “the resolution that we sent to the United States Attorney’s Office was to ask them […]

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By AJ Carter Huntington Information Officer- With a forecast of snow starting tonight turning to sleet and freezing rain during the morning rush hour Monday, Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone declared a snow emergency, effective at 12:01 a.m. February 2 and ordered a 10 a.m. delayed opening for Town Hall.
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Topics For Discussion, The NEW Residential Rental Permit Resolution

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Press Release by AJ Carter- Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone announces that Town facilities and programs will be back on their normal schedules Wednesday, January 28, after being closed because of the blizzard on January 27.
Trash collection will resume with the scheduled single stream recycling pickup. HART bus fixed route and paratransit will operate on […]

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