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Annual Town Ethics Board Meeting

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This public hearing is held once a year.  The annual meeting will be held on Monday, March 19, 2012 at 6:00 pm at Town hall, 100 Main Street.
The purpose of the Board of Ethics and Financial Disclosure is to carry out the duties assigned to it by the Code of Ethics of the Town of Huntington […]

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Woodhull Pasta Night

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 A crowd of more than 300 hungry diners turned out for this winter’s Woodhull Intermediate School sixth grade pasta night in the Huntington School district. The group was served by about 100 students, who took on the roles of waiters and waitresses, jotting down orders and delivering food in a swift and orderly manner. 
PTA volunteers […]

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St. Patrick’s Parade – Hibernians Scrap Book

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Slideshow of 2012 St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Hiberian’s Scrap Book.

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Commack H.S. Musical – Little Women

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Little Women the broadway musical at Commack High School this weekend.

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We recently challenged the Huntington Housing Authority in regards to Chapter 40 of the Town Code.  We were trying to determine if they were complying with the law.  After many attempts to ascertain the facts the attorney for the HHA acknowledged that they were not complying with the law and they did not intend to.  The law […]

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Spring-Break For Kids at the Vanderbilt

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When young children (Pre-K through third grade) are home from school for the April 9-13 spring break, they’ll find plenty of fun and creativity at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum. Four different programs will be offered that week. They include an educator-led tour of the museum collections and animal-habitat galleries for inspiration. Workshops include Mummy […]

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Whitman DECA Students Score at State Level

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 Hard work, perseverance, and a quality education all combine to make successful business leaders.  DECA helps make that happen. New York DECA’s 52nd Annual State Competition was recently held in Rochester, New York. Walt Whitman High School maintained its reputation of excellence and high ranking with nine top-10 finalists.  Of Whitman’s finalists, two were trophy […]

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Huntington Town Board Approves Oheka Castle Zoning Change

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During a special session of the Huntington Town Board meeting, held last night, the board voted 5-0 approving the change of zone application for a future development known as the Residences at Oheka Castle. The resolution approving the zone change is shown below:
2012-91. ENACTMENT: ADOPT Local Law Introductory Number 31-2011, considering Zone Change Application #2011-ZM-387, […]

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Bamboo Ordinance

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Upon reading the highlights of the past Town Council meeting, I felt compelled to write to the editor.  I noticed that a potential Bamboo Ordinance was brought to the table again, and except for one lone” no” vote, scheduled for a public hearing on March 13.  I’m thrilled that it’s back on the table, and that Ms. Berland has […]

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Huntington Elks Lodge to Host St. Patrick’s Day Party

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The Huntington Elks Lodge 1565 restaurant and catering hall, located at 195 Main Street in Huntington Village, will host an Irish-themed St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance Party in conjunction with St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, March 17 from 7 to 10 p.m. The party will feature an all-you-can-eat Full Irish buffet stocked with Irish favorites […]

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