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The CSA (Conservative Society for Action) has claimed in a new You Tube video that Steve Bellones’ claims that taxes decreased in Babylon are incorrect. Steve Bellone is presently the Supervisor in Babylon and is running to replace Steve Levy as Suffolk County Executive in November. Angie Carpenter is the Republican Candidate for Suffolk County Executive.
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 I would like to take this opportunity to update the community about the status of the proposed cell tower at the Vanderbilt Museum.
My office has determined that a formal legislative resolution would be required to approve the final contract for the cell tower at the Vanderbilt before construction could begin. To date, no such resolution […]

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Seriously Glenda?

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Our main goals in establishing The Huntingtonian is to share all the interesting things to see and do in Huntington and to do our part to help preserve what is great about this Town.  Part of that process is to hold our elected officials accountable to tell the truth.
Some of our local politicians have gotten so arrogant and careless in much […]

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Poulos Announces Economic Plan

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Poulos Wants to Revive the Local Economy. 
Today Deborah Poulos, Republican and Conservative candidate for the Suffolk County Legislature’s 16th District, announced her plan to help revive the local economy.
“Suffolk County should not just hope for the best.  We need to be proactive in helping improve the local economic outlook,” said Poulos.  “As a business owner, […]

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Independence Party Voter Outrage

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Lou D’Amaro wants my vote for County Legislature? Instead, I think after what he has done to Independence voters like me he should resign his position.
D’Amaro’s desperate attempt to do anything to win the Independence Party primary fortunately failed but he needs to be held accountable for his actions what he did to me and […]

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Last night at the Thatched Cottage, the Huntington Republican Party held it’s officer elections.  Despite unsuccessful attempts to unseat the Chair, Toni Tepe was reelected unanimously.
During her acceptance speech, Toni Tepe discussed how the party overcame controversy during the screening process for Town Board and the Primary elections and have come back stronger than ever.  She emphasized […]

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The unofficial election results are as follows:
Dennis Garetano – 55.23%
Lou D’Amaro – 44.77%
It is more than likely that Dennis Garetano will be on the Republican, Conservative, and Independence lines for the November 2011 elections.
Lou D’Amaro will be on the Democratic and Working Family Party Lines.
 
 

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Message From Dennis Garetano

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Many of you have been receiving emails from me on various local topics over the last six years.  As you know I am committed to making sure our elected officials do their job. I believe in citizen representation with term limits.  It allows everyday people like us to jump into the political arena, work hard […]

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Poulos Challenges Stern to Sign Clean Campaign Pledge
Poulos Believes Voters Deserve a Campaign Based on Issues
Dix Hills, NY…Today Deborah Poulos, candidate for County Legislature’s 16th district, announced that she has mailed a “Clean Campaign Pledge” to her opponent Steve Stern.
“My campaign is going to be about the issues,” said Poulos.  “I think the voters of […]

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In advance of the September 13th Independence Party primary for the 17 LD of Suffolk County, we would like to pledge our support for Dennis Garetano.  Mr. Garetano’s record as a fiscal watchdog while serving as a member of South Huntington’s Board of Education is well known.  In his eight years of service, he was an articulate advocate for fighting state and […]

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