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13 count indictment for Ed Managano Nassau County Executive, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Vendditto, plus Mangano’s wife Linda. Read the full indictment below. It states they are charged with Conspiracy to commit federal program bribery and honest services fraud, plus Mangano charged with extortion. Venditto and the Manganos are charged with obstruction of justice. […]

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WHOM SHOULD YOU VOTE FOR?
This “True or False” survey will help you determine your answer.
1 – I want higher taxes. (T) (F)
2 – I want more Islamists of military age fast-tracked into the USA. (T) (F)
3 – Obamacare is very good, but I eventually want single-payer healthcare? (T) (F)
4 – I think the Common Core […]

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Following a football career that included helping Jets win Super Bowl III, Emerson Boozer served almost 20 years as Town’s parks director
The Town of Huntington held a ceremony October 15, 2016 to officially name the turf field at Manor Field Park after Emerson Boozer, the former New York Jets star running back who went on […]

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Call For Reservation and
For More Information
631-421-6390
Seating is Limited
AMERICANS FOR LEGAL REFORM
FREE LECTURE
 
with Huntington Town Councilman
EUGENE COOK
 
TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER 1st, 2016 ~ 7:00PM
at the
VFW Hall
210 W. Pulaski Road
Huntington Station NY 11746
 
 

Topics; POLITICAL CORRUPTION And How It Affects You!

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Last night September 29, 2016 at the VFW hall in Halesite Tom Suozzi’s 3rd District Congressional Candidate had a town hall meeting.  The meeting was very upbeat and had wonderful questions from the audience in regards to immigration. Everyone had questions concerns and issues for Suozzi’s, Tom Suozzi addressed each and every one with fresh […]

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Suffolk County legislature is trying to push through a ‘safe gun storage law’ WHY?
Legislative Alert for Suffolk County NY Residents!!!
As if the NY Safe Act forced through by Cuomo wasn’t enough, the Suffolk County Legislature is looking to pass a mandatory firearms storage law.  This is already required under the NY Safe Act!
If you want to write, […]

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After a violent week in Huntington we asked our leaders to comment. The following was Supervisor Petrone’s response.
“The Supervisor shares your and the community’s concerns about the recent incidents and agrees that it is time to undertake additional measures to increase the police presence in Huntington Station. He has met with Police Commissioner Sini to request additional […]

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Town Completes Purchase of Two Open Space Parcels
The Town of Huntington recently completed action on two parcels, one in Fort Salonga and the other in Cold Spring Harbor, that in one case will extend a passive park area and in the other will add to an existing nature preserve.
The Town took title earlier this […]

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New York State has designated a 640-acre part of Huntington Station as a Brownfield Opportunity Area, augmenting revitalization efforts in the community by making projects eligible for tax credit incentives and giving them priority status for grants.
 
The Huntington BOA, which has the Huntington Long Island Rail Road station at its center, includes parcels on which […]

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Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,C,I-East Northport) joined over 30 federal, state and local officials to sign a letter from Gov. Andrew Cuomo informing President Obama that New York will take legal action against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) if the planned dumping of dredged materials from Connecticut is approved. The EPA has issued a rule that […]

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