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A protest rally is being organized for April 17, 2012 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm, prior to the town board meeting.  According to the residents who organized the rally the purpose is to demand an audit of the town’s finanances.  They believe local taxpayers have a right to know how your tax dollars are being spent. They are […]

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In response to Joan Cergol’s  article last week entitled, “Huntington Station is Rising Again”, Joan tries to make the point that the latest Town Revitalization Plan will succeed where others have failed because this time there are more people engaged in the process.  With all due respect, getting people engaged in the process hasn’t been […]

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It was during the 1980 Presidential debates that President Carter stated his support of a national healthcare system and attacked then Governor Reagan by stating that his intent was to destroy Medicare. In reply, the next President of the United States stated in a very dignified manner, “There you go again”.
It’s amazing how history repeats […]

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We pay for a study (2006), wait a few years for delivery of the study (2010), and then have to file a FOIL request to get a copy of the study (2012) only to find out we have been and are continuing to pay $115 per rider per day. It’s no Joke! But we wish it was.

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The Monkees: Davey Jones Tribute at Cinema Arts Centre

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There will be a tribute to The Monkees: Davey Jones Tribute at Huntington’s Cinema Arts Centre on Tuesday, April 17 at 7:30.

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Dix Hills Firefighters Respond to Crash

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The Dix Hills Fire Department responded to a crash on the eastbound Northern State Parkway, west of the Deer Park Avenue exit at about 6 p.m. during the evening rush hour Wednesday, April 11. The driver of a Volkswagen sedan was trapped after the car left the roadway, knocking down a light pole and crashing into several […]

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Ducks Owners at Chamber’s Networking Event

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If you’re looking for great fun in a business environment, the Huntington Chamber’s 2012 April Networking Breakfast is sure to be one breakfast you won’t want to miss.  The breakfast will take place on Tuesday, April 24th and will be a morning filled with enjoyable networking and great information as LI Ducks’ Bud Harrelson and […]

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It Just Ain’t So…

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In a recent article in the Long Islander Newspaper, Joan Cergol, who is on the EDC and Special Assistant to Supervisor Frank Petrone, discussed how Huntington Station is Rising Again.  She ended the article by stating, “when all is said and done, we can finally leave 1960’s Urban Renewal at the curb.”  The entire article […]

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Marcellino To Host Program To Help Those At Risk of Foreclosure

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Foreclosure Prevention Specialists will meet with homeowners already in foreclosure and those at risk of foreclosure from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday, April 20th at the South Huntington Public Library, 145 Pidgeon Hill Road, Huntington Station. No appointments are necessary.

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Three months into his term, Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer continues to deliver on his promises to his constituents.  At last week’s General Meeting, Legislator Spencer received approval for several important resolutions regarding Centerport and the promising future of the Vanderbilt Museum.  He secured appropriations in the amount of $300,000 in Capital Program funding for […]

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