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Assemblyman says proposals will make college less accessible and affordable
 

Assemblyman Lupinacci speaks at the Assembly Higher Education hearing today. 
 
Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci participated in a joint-hearing of the Higher Education Committee on Tuesday to discuss the proposed funding for SUNY and CUNY, as outlined in Governor Cuomo’s Executive Budget proposal. While funding and tuition […]

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EDITORS OPINION ON THIS THROW BACK:
The following story goes back to June 2014 and happened because of the results of the November 2013 Elections.  Here are some of the results from that election.  Editors Opinion with the results of this election would have made a Major change in Huntington Government by 595 votes. Gene Cook […]

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STATEMENT FROM ASSEMBLY MINORITY LEADER BRIAN M. KOLB
(R,C,I,REF-CANANDAIGUA) ON EXECUTIVE BUDGET PROPOSAL
 
“The Governor should have stood up today January 17, 2017, front and center, and told every New Yorker how he plans to spend $150 billion of their money. Instead, he spent the day in his mansion.
 
Since this Governor took office, the budget-making process […]

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Owner of popular Huntington steakhouse tapped to run Crab Meadow food concessions

The Huntington Town Board, at its January 10, 2017 meeting, approved a new operator for the Town’s two municipal golf courses, Crab Meadow and Dix Hills Park, and for the food concessions at Crab Meadow.
After a review of responses to requests for proposals submitted […]

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Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,I,C-East Northport) has been assigned a new leadership role within the Assembly Minority for the 2017-2018 Legislative Session. Previously, Raia held the title of Deputy Minority Whip; however, this year he has been appointed Minority Whip.
 
“It is an honor to be trusted for this leadership role within the Conference,” said Raia. “I […]

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The Top Stories of 2016

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We wish you all a Happy and Healthy New Year and we thank you for your continued support. 2016 was a very exciting year for our paper with over 155,800 unique visitors who have read more than 500,000 stories. Our print edition was available in 80 locations throughout the town. May 2017 be a great […]

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When is the vote?
The vote will be held TODAY Tuesday, December 13th, 2016.
Where do I go to vote for Dennis?
Go to the South Huntington Water District polling locations:
King of Kings Evangelical Lutheran Church
2601 New York Ave
Melville, NY
or
Administration Building
75 5th Ave
Huntington Station, NY
What time should I go to vote?
Vote between 3:00 PM and 9:00 PM.
Review South […]

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Town Schedules Hearing on Transit Short-Term Rentals
Town Code amendments seek to regulate rentals offered by networks such as Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO
          The Town of Huntington has scheduled a January 10, 2017 public hearing on two measures aimed at regulating transit short-term rentals such as those offered by networks like Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO.

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Winners
President – Donald Trump
Senator -Charles Schumer
3rd Congressional District -Thomas Suozzi
2nd Senate District – John Flanagan
5th Senate District -Carl Marcellino
10th Assembly District – Chad Lupinacci
12th Assembly District – Andrew Raia

President and Vice President (Vote for 1)

SUFFOLK: reported:
1,052 of 1,052
100.00%

Ballots:
633,797

Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine (DEM, WOR, WEP)
276,953
43.96%

DEM
266,729
42.34%

WOR
7,403
1.18%

WEP
2,821
0.45%

Donald J Trump and Michael R Pence (REP, CON)
328,403
52.13%

REP
295,310
46.88%

CON
33,093
5.25%

Jill Stein and […]

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The Huntington Community Ambulance District (HCAD) was established by voter referendum in 1984 to provide the balance of funding for the Huntington Community First Aid Squad, Inc. (HCFAS) which had been established in 1967.  The boundaries of the ambulance district were based on the Huntington and Huntington Manor Fire Districts.
Since its beginnings, HCFAS emergency response […]

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