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Editorial: Berland Needs Phone Call Reminder To Do Her Job

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On September 16, 2014, Huntington School Board President Emily Rogan spoke on public record on behalf of the entire Huntington School Board at the Huntington Town Board meeting. She explained that the School Board was asking for better support and communication from the Town Board.   You can see the video here.  Supervisor Petrone and Councilman […]

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Senator Flanagan Voices His Opposition To Illegal Immigrant Rights Legislation

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The plan, which is known as “New York Is Home”, would provide illegal immigrants with the right to vote, to run for office and to obtain a driver’s license.

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Source The Station Meet Up At LaunchPad

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Join us on Thursday, October 2nd as we talk tech & discuss great ideas for Huntington Station at LaunchPad of Huntington!
Among the ever growing field of technology, LaunchPad is an incubator, business accelerator and co-working community space that is making great strides here in Huntington, as well as various other locations on Long Island! To […]

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Meet The Candidate – Rob Astorino on Sunday, July 13

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Rob Astorino, Republican/Conservative Candidate for NYS Governor will be at Greenlawn Moose Lodge.

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Town Board News Briefs

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The Town Board authorizes a contract with Lessing’s Inc. for a summer food service program for project P.L.A.Y. and St. John’s Camp for the children who attend these program and meet the income criteria as set by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The existing contract with A.C. Schultz for the rehabilitation of well 6-1 […]

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Town Board News Briefs

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*The town has executed a contract with Craig A. Cassano and Adam Leib to conduct ice skating and hockey instruction at the Dix Hills Ice Rink for the period of March 10, 2014 through December 31, 2014.  The funds for the services will be offset by the revenue generated.
*James A. Hall Photography located in Northport […]

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Raia & Lupinacci “Re-election Of Incumbent Regents Board Will Hurt New York’s Students”

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Statement from Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,WF,I-Huntington Station) 
Today I voted against the re-election of four incumbent members of the Board of Regents. After participating in multiple candidate interviews, I believe we need new voices and new leadership on the board, which these incumbent members simply can not provide. All four were part of the disastrous implementation […]

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Legislator William R. Spencer introduced a bill that would raise the legal age for the sale of tobacco products in Suffolk County to 21.  There will be a public hearing  Tuesday, March 4th at 2:30 p.m. in the Evans K. Griffing Building Located at 300 Center Drive, Riverhead. Members of the public are allowed to speak for three minutes.
The rational behind […]

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Town Board Meeting 3/4/14 Agenda

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RESOLUTIONS AND LEGAL NOTICES OF HEARINGS LISTED ON THE PRELIMINARY AGENDA ARE AVAILABLE AT THE TOWN CLERK’S OFFICE ONE DAY PRIOR TO THE TOWN BOARD MEETING.

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Bellone Calls for Public Comment on Suffolk County’s Hazard Mitigation Plan

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Suffolk County is required by federal law to update its Hazard Mitigation Plan every five years in order to remain eligible to receive grant funding for projects to reduce our risk to natural disasters. This plan acts as a guidebook for all major potential vulnerabilities to hazards in Suffolk County – including structures, flood zones, […]

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