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Thank you all for making possible the home renovation project for Captain James Byler, our own hometown Huntington hero.

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In your most recent edition there are two initiatives with which you seem to take exception. The first, and
most important, is the commencement of the streetscaping at New York Avenue and Olive Street.

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In addition to Congressman Steve Israel, the following other candidates did not attend, nor did they send someone on their behalf, clearly demonstrating by their actions the lack of concern for veterans

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By making the Superintendent of Highways an appointed position we the voters lose an independent advocate for the safety and improvement of our roads and drainage systems.

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Dear Editors,
I am writing in regard to the recent Town Board hearing held ostensibly to consider a proposal for the “transfer of development rights” 260 units of housing on a parcel of land on Deshon Drive, Melville which is currently zoned Light Industry. The plan to do so is also intertwined around the move of […]

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Last night’s meeting at the VFW on Pulaski Road hosted by the Greater Huntington Civic Group proved that Huntington’s land use policies are in complete shambles.

Sustainable Long Island (SLI), hired by Gannett Flemming, an “international planning, design and construction management firm” who was hired by the town of Huntington to help with the Brownfield Opportunity […]

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Last month the Huntingtonian Newspaper along with support from Councilman Mark Mayoka made arrangements for Robert Freeman who is the executive director of the Committee on Open Government to hold a workshop for F.O.I.L. Officers and the general public.

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This has more to do with ‘equal protection under the law’ than it does with TDR’s, RMM’s and RM3’s. Take your pick, but the law should apply equally to everyone – not favor the well connected, the loudest screamers or those trying to look smart by tossing around abbreviations.

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Councilman Mark Mayoka’s investigation into the prepared re-bonding resolution yielded $300,000.00 in savings.

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