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Study will explore physical and financial aspects of Huntington village structure
The Huntington Town Board, at its July 11 meeting, took a significant step toward construction of a parking structure in Huntington Village, approving the second phase of a feasibility study looking into the physical and financial aspects of the project.
The Board voted to extend the […]

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The Huntington Young Republicans hosted their Second Annual Veterans Food Drive on Saturday, July 8, 2017 throughout the Township of Huntington to benefit the Northport VA Medical Center.
Over a dozen members of the group spent the day at four supermarkets in Huntington soliciting donations from patrons. The Best Market of East Northport, the Best Market of Huntington Station, the […]

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Federal court dismisses challenge by absentee landlords 
          A federal judge has upheld the legality of the Town of Huntington’s regulations for non-owner-occupied rental housing units, dismissing a suit that had been brought by a landlords’ group that had challenged the requirements that they obtain permits and certify that the units meet all Town, Suffolk […]

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci, candidate for Huntington Town Supervisor, recently received the endorsement of the New York State Reform Party, an official party press release said Wednesday-July 5, 2017.  This comes as Lupinacci’s third party endorsement, also endorsed by the Republican and Conservative Parties. 
“These candidates were selected on the merits, not as the result of some […]

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Councilman Eugene Cook is requesting all Huntington residents and business owners to let him know their thoughts on term limits for the elected officials in the Town of Huntington.  He is currently drafting legislation to schedule a public hearing for term limits and needs to know your thoughts on what you want for the Town […]

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          The Huntington Town board, at its June 13, 2017 meeting, took the next step toward replacing the aging Town Animal Shelter.  
          The Board authorized hiring L. K. McLean Associates of Brookhaven to provide the architectural and engineering services to design the new shelter, which will be located on Creek Road in Huntington Village, adjacent […]

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County Executive, Uber and Lyft Representatives, and Long Island Business Leaders Tout the Over $100 Million in Projected Economic Benefits of Alternative Transportation Services
Suffolk County is First to Bring Ride-sharing Services to Long Island
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today announced that Suffolk County will officially participate in the statewide ride-sharing program that was recently signed into […]

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On Tuesday, New York State Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci made the following announcement: 
“I would like to officially announce that I will seek the position of Huntington Town Supervisor. The Town of Huntington is in need of a new direction to best prepare our communities and neighborhoods for the future. For too long our residents have […]

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It is with deep regret I announce my withdrawal from the Town of Huntington Supervisor race.
Prior to announcing my candidacy, I had conversations with the various party chairs in regards to the
importance of diversity that is needed on the Huntington Town Board that should reflect the residents in Huntington.
This is of extreme importance not only […]

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The Huntington Young Republicans launched their Student of the Month Program in February 2017 to help engage local high school students in the process of politics and government. In May, the organization recognized two students: John Charles Unser and Katy Dara.
John Charles Unser is a senior at Northport High School, where he is an International Baccalaureate
Candidate. In […]

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