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At the July 24th, 2012 meeting of the Huntington Town Board, three last minute resolutions were passed which schedules public hearings on the following matters. The public hearings for the matters listed below will be held on August 14th, at Huntington Town Hall. All three resolutions passed by three to two votes with Councilman Mark Mayoka and Eugene Cook voting no to all three. Both Councilmen stated that these resolutions were slipped through very quickly and more time was needed to absorb what was being proposed.

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Applications Being Accepted for Down Payment Assistance Program

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County Executive Bellone to Announce $500K in Down Payment Funds

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We forwarded this letter to the Patch in response to their article about the Town Hall tapes.  We are hopeful, but doubtful that they will print it.  Our research shows that the Patch often reports in this fashion.  Kelly Campbell was the exception but to the best of our knowledge no longer reports for the […]

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Town Sued by Citizens.

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Greater Huntington Civic Group
223 Wall Street, Suite 407
Huntington, NY 11746
Contact: Greaterhuntington@gmail.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, October 20, 2011
GREATER HUNTINGTON CIVIC GROUP FILES SUIT AGAINST TOWN BOARD,
AVALON BAY TO STOP DEVELOPMENT
Lawsuit Points to Illegal Spot Zoning and Environmental Impact As Key Violations
Greater Huntington Civic Group Inc. President Steven Spucces announced
today that the five members of the Huntington […]

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Frank Petrone for directing Ken Lindahl to send around a very detailed letter reminding folks that their lawn signs may be confiscated if they don’t follow the letter of the law regarding political signs.  We find this ironic especially during an election season where the lack of code enforcement in our town is a hot button issue.  […]

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Recently the Long Islander Newspaper ran an article about Herb Morrows’ reimbursed expenses as Mayor of the Incorporated Village of Huntington Bay. Morrow is a Republican candidate for Town Council this year. The total amount in question was $1,310.44.  The focus was on business meals that Morrow was reimbursed for that were approved by the […]

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Broken Promises From Town Board?

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Broken Promises, Failed Policies, or Lip Service?
For well over a decade Huntingtonians have been promised Revitalization of the Huntington Station community.  We hear the same promises over and over.
 
“The community of Huntington Station has gone through difficult times, but NOW ITS COMEBACK TIME. With input and guidance from those who work in the station and […]

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Huntington Town Hall is in Violation of the Freedom of Information Law

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By failing to comply with this very specific law, our Town leaders are leaving all Huntingtonians vulnerable to having our hard earned tax dollars wasted on costly lawsuits.
It is common practice in Town Hall to make public documents unavailable to citizens of the town of Huntington.  If documents were readily available, town residents might be very […]

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New York State’s Freedom of Information Law (Public Officers Law §87 et. seq. ) allows members of the public to access records of governmental agencies. FOIL provides a process for the review and copying of an agency’s records. More information about the Freedom of Information Law can be found at: http://www.dos.state.ny.us/coog/foil2.html
We expect to be talking […]

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On July 7, 2010 the Town of Huntington issued a press release claiming the following:
“Continuing the Town’s crackdown on illegal apartments, Code Enforcement officers, in coordination with Suffolk County police, executed search warrants at four locations July 1, finding illegal apartments at all of the locations. The Town placed notices of hazardous conditions at three locations […]

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