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Flashback Friday – Code Violation Timeline

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This story was original posted Sept 29th, 2011.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This is how a typical case of a home with code violations goes through the system in the Town of Huntington. This is intended to give the reader a clear picture of why the the illegal housing problem is growing and is destroying the quality of life and contributing to the high taxes throughout our town. Since […]

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Veterans Services Outreach Effort in Response to Rise in PTSD Related Suicide

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County Executive Steve Bellone was joined by Congressman-elect Lee Zeldin, Legislator Bill Lindsay III, Legislator Tom Muratore, the Suffolk County Veteran Services Agency and family members of veterans lost to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at the Farmingville VFW Post 400 today to announce a veteran support outreach effort in response to the rise in […]

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Local Cub Scouts Get Lesson on Government

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci recently visited Pack 66 at the Oakwood Primary Center to talk about the structure of our government and the importance of our rights and responsibilities as citizens. Lupinacci discussed the various levels of government and the role each plays in our day-to-day life with the students.
“I really enjoy going in and educating […]

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Armory Project Receives $1.5 Million State Grant

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Funding will help in Town plans to transform building into community center for Huntington Station – By AJ Carter
             The conversion of the former New York State Armory on East Fifth Street into the James D. Conte Community Center will move one step closer to reality, thanks to a $1.5 […]

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Town Board Meeting December 9th, 2014 7pm – Agenda

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AGENDA FOR TOWN BOARD MEETING DATED DECEMBER 9, 2014
 

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Consider adopting Local Law Introductory No. 45-2014, considering Zone Change Application #2013-ZM-396, Matrix Investment Group, LLC, to change the zoning from C-6 General Business District to C-11 Automotive Service Station District and C-7 Minor Commercial Corridor District, and to revoke the Covenants and Restrictions previously recorded as […]

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Town Board Meeting Today 2pm

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Below is the agenda for the 2pm Town Board meeting today.
 
 

AGENDA FOR TOWN BOARD MEETING DATED NOVEMBER 6, 2014
 

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Consider adopting Local Law Introductory No. 44-2014, amending the Uniform TrafficCode of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 3, Article II,§3-3, Schedule J. Re: DeniseCourt, Oak Crest Drive, Huntington Station -Parking Restrictions.(Local LawIntroductory No. 44-2014)Scheduled as per Resolution […]

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foiled documents from a North Hempstead investigation reveal that the Huntington Councilman and James Matthews,

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Bishop-Seth Hammond Speaks at Town Hall Board Meeting

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At the October 21, 2014 Town Board meeting Huntington resident Jasmine, a Realtor and then Seth Hammond, a Bishop of the Church of Latter Day Saints, talk to the Town Board. The Bishops Church is where Maggie Rosales’ family attends services. They both expressed their displeasure with the Huntington Town Board.

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Marie Rendley Requests Petrone, Cuthbertson & Berland Resign for Violation of Chapter 29 Ethics

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Huntington resident Marie Rendley was one of many local residents who expressed her
displeasure with the Huntington Town Board at the October 21, 2014 Town Board meeting.
Her words were very powerful and they had a lasting impression on many people. The code
of ethics (Chapter 29 Code Ethics) which she is speaking of – is below the video.
 
 

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Editor’s Note: Kelly wrote this note because of the violence that has surrounded her home, her friends, her family.  She was quite courageous in her thoughts and words below. As someone living in this community for 57 years this letter brought me to tears. What say you Frank Petrone? But better than that, what are […]

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