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Dear Editor,
For a brief moment, it looked like Huntington Democrats would have a vibrant range of choices in the race for Town Council. The Town Democratic Committee had backed an incumbent, Susan Berland, and local businessman, Keith Barrett. And there were two challengers: Bill Naughton, ex-Highway Superintendent and party renegade, and newcomer Andrew Merola. As […]

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If you are a registered Democrat in the Town of Huntington you need to mark the date of September 10, 2015 on your calendar.  That is the date of the Democratic primary.  It is the first time in many MANY years that Huntingtonians may be able to elect a candidate that is not connected to […]

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Gigi Bowman is a Libertarian Activist who runs several organizations with the mission of keeping the public informed on a variety of issues from politics to healthy and safe foods. She recently ran for Senate and lost to incumbent Carl Marcellino.  You can read more about Gigi here.
I keep trying to step away from politics but it keeps […]

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Resident Michael Kornfeld made the following statement at the Huntington Town Board Meeting on 5/5/15.
As someone who has chaired ethics committees and helped draft and revise ethics codes for a couple of professional associations, I commend Councilwoman Tracey Edwards and the others who put much time and effort into updating our town’s code of ethics. […]

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From the campaign of Darryl St. George:
Darryl St. George, a Democrat who had been seeking his party’s nomination for a 2015 Huntington Town Council bid, announced today that he is withdrawing his name from consideration. St. George, 33, is a Northport High School teacher and Afghanistan War veteran. He first announced his interest in running on […]

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A group of performers dance their hearts out for a chance of a lifetime to be cast in a new Broadway musical. As the play opens the audience is immediately captivated in sorting out what is happening before them. A Chorus Line is one of the longest running shows in New York theater history, breaking […]

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For years, residents of Huntington Station have been complaining about graffiti on town owned property.  They have been asking town departments to clean up this property.  It is disgraceful that with all the talk of “Revitalization of Huntington Station” the first thing a visitor sees coming into Huntington by train is graffiti.
This was first brought […]

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The following is a statement made by a Huntington resident at the March 18, 2015, Town of Huntington Ethics Board Meeting.  (Check back for more coverage of this meeting.)
Good evening, my name is Gerard Seitz and I’ve been a resident for over 19 years.
During the Town’s push for the TOD (Transit Oriented Development) and down-zoning […]

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From the Office of Assemblyman Raia: 
Assemblyman Andrew Raia is advocating for ethics reform measures, increased education funding, and money to repair local roads and potholes on Long Island in the 2015-16 New York State Budget. Raia noted that budget talks are always ongoing, but stressed these three issues as his top priorities as the legislature […]

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Hello Members of the Huntington Arts Council, the arts, our business partners and surrounding community.
As I begin my first weeks as the new Executive Director, I would like you to know that I am delighted to be here and excited to bring my skills and enthusiasm to the Huntington Arts Council. I look forward to […]

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