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Huntington To Keep Three Beaches Open Late

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Due to excessive heat the Town is offering the following options to help beat the heat this week:
Lifeguards will remain on duty until 7:30 p.m. at Crab Meadow, Centerport and Quentin Sammis/West Neck Beaches. Lifeguards normally go off duty at 6 p.m., after which swimming is prohibited.
The Dix Hills pool is open until 8 p.m.
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Suffolk County Opens Cooling Centers

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With the National Weather Service forecasting high temperatures, County Executive Bellone has asked that Suffolk County residents take it easy during the next few days and follow the experts’ advice on how to “Beat the Heat.”  Suffolk County will also open cooling centers for Suffolk County residents beginning July 16th at 12:00 noon.
The Suffolk County […]

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Suffolk County Opens Cooling Centers

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With the National Weather Service forecasting high temperatures tomorrow, County Executive Bellone has asked that Suffolk County residents take it easy during the next few days and follow the experts’ advice on how to “Beat the Heat.”  Suffolk County will also open cooling centers for Suffolk County residents on Thursday morning. 
The following centers will be […]

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FEMA Offers Assistance For Loss Of Property & Wages

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Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) Available
Release Date: September 3, 2011
Residents who are unemployed as a direct result of the recent flooding and devastation caused by Hurricane Irene may be eligible for weekly benefit payments under the Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) program, state and federal officials announced today.”The DUA program extends coverage to self-employed people, farm workers […]

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Upstate Town Needs Help

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Governor Cuomo stated that “Upstate Catskill area has the worst damage in the State”.  He also stated floods inundated 6 towns, destroying more then 600 homes damaging 150 major highways, and knocking out 22 NYS bridges. A minimum of 140,000 farm acres were spoiled with a cost of more than $45 million.  Many homes, cars […]

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Upstate Town Severely Impacted By Irene

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Prattsville, NY is known by many from Huntington. Huntingtonians have spent time with friends and family members enjoying the outdoors in the immediate area surrounding Prattsville, including skiing at Windham and Hunter Mountains.
Prattsville was first settled around 1763, and was called Schoharie Kill.   An attempt during the American Revolution by the British and their Tory allies […]

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After the Devastation-Centerport / Northport

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(Northport, NY 8/30/11 4:35pm)
These are some of the things that Hurricane Irene left behind in Centerport/Northport areas.
Some real dangerous and town is on top of it.
PICTURES FROM CENTERPORT / NORTHPORT AREA’S
 

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After the Devastation – Huntington Station

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(Huntington Sta., NY 8/28/11 9:10pm) Irene is gone but she left us some nasty reminders as 400,000+ homes are without power.  These are some of the things we saw.
 

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After the Devastation-Halesite

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(Halesite, NY 8/28/11 8:10pm) Irene is gone but she left us some nasty reminders as 400,000+ homes are without electricity and many are still flooded.
Here are some of the pictures we discovered today.
PICTURES FROM HALESITE
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Storm Update from Asharoken Village

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For Immediate Release
August 26, 2011
Contact:  Mayor Patricia Irving
(631) 261-7098
This is Asharoken Mayor Pat Irving. Supervisor Frank Petrone and I have announced a Voluntary Evacuation of the Village and Eaton’s Neck beginning at 9:00 AM, Saturday morning, August 27th.
“If you have someplace else to go, you should go there”. It is anticipated that the dunes along […]

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