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Happy Mother’s Day

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Happy Mother’s Day from The Huntingtonian.

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Bellone & Lindsay Appointment Will Preserve History

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Presiding Officer William Lindsay announced the appointment of former County Executive Peter Fox Cohalan to the post of County Historian, the first time the unpaid post has been filled in nearly five years.
 “Now, more than ever, in this age of constantly changing technology, it is critical that we preserve […]

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Suffolk Police To Upgrade Fingerprint ID System

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 Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Acting Suffolk County Police Commissioner Edward Webber announce the Suffolk County Legislature’s approval of a resolution to upgrade the county’s Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS).
 The upgrade will allow for faster, more accurate searches of prints and will assist police officers and detectives in solving cases. In the past, investigating […]

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Turning The Spotlight On Anonymous Online Bullies

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The legislation, which I am sponsoring, seeks to combat cyber-bullying by allowing the victim of an anonymous Website posting to request that the post be removed if the anonymous source is unwilling to attach his or her name to it.

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It’s election time again in the Huntington Union Free School District. And once again, some are questioning whether it is ever appropriate for that district to weigh in on political matters before the Town. It is an incredibly important question; should a school board be involved in matters outside of education, in matters that some have argued are beyond its purview?

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I AM RESUBMITTING FOR THE THIRD TIME, A RESOLUTION TO HIRE A FULL-TIME DIRECTOR OF MARITIME SERVICES.
 The purpose is to hire Ed Carr as the full-time Director of Maritime Services. Ed Carr’s extensive Maritime experience coupled with his superior Educational accomplishments make him the ideal candidate for the position. He will be able to provide […]

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 Driving along Round Swamp road, there are signs proclaiming “save Sweet Hollow Park” attend town board meeting May 22nd!  Bring the kids!”
 At first blush, it sounds great, right? Save a park? Who would not want that?
Well, it is a bit more complicated than that. There is not yet any park called “Sweet Hollow Park”. It […]

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Events At Heckscher Museum of Art

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There are a variety events available for your enjoyment at the Heckscher Museum of Art.

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Movie Review: The Avengers

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The Avengers, the newest superhero film from Marvel which made over $200 million at the box office this weekend, is an example of a pretty risky experiment paying off better than anyone ever expected.

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 There are many real estate transactions that the Town of Huntington has been involved in, mostly through the CDA (Community Development Agency). Other transactions involve the HHA (Huntington Housing Authority). In evaluating each of these transactions many of them appear to be illogical and deserving some kind of scrutiny. Many of them are bad financial deals […]

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