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Today, Tuesday October 16, 2012, Councilman Eugene Cook had to FOIL information from Lisa Baisley, Town Personnel Officer for Huntington after requesting copies of the resumes received for the Town Comptroller’s position.  The first request of Lisa Baisley was on October 5, 2012 and yesterday Councilman Cook requested that Supervisor Petrone assist him in this […]

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Remembering James Conte

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With a heavy heart we report that James Conte passed away.  Our thoughts and prayers are with the Conte family. 
The Town of Huntington lost one of the most dedicated officials when Assemblyman James Conte passed away on October 16, 2012.
Assemblyman Conte was a life-long resident of Huntington Station where he was born on January […]

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After receiving the latest budget, the councilmen explained that he found out that the shortfall is not $7 million it is $9 million. Mr. Mayoka described the situation as similar to a run away train.

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Press Conference on Parking Fees & Budget

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Tonight (October 15) at 6pm a special news conference will take place to discuss issues with the budget for 2013.
Where: Huntington Train Station
Who: Gene Cook and Mark Mayoka
What: News about new options for next year’s budget
Commuters are being hit with a 1200% tax increase for parking fees.
and others fees.
Councilmen Gene Cook and Mark Mayoka as […]

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Dear Editor,
Did you know that the town of Huntington will be trying to raise the parking fees at the Long Island Railroad Station’s indoor parking garage from $50.00 per year to $600.00 per year? It seems like the best kept secret in Huntington because I travel the LIRR and the large majority of my fellow […]

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Annual Pumpkin Festival By Greenlawn Historical Association

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If you have ever attended one of Greenlawn Historical Association’s annual events, you know how much effort they put into everything they do.  The events they are most known for include their Annual Antique Fair and Pickle Festival. The Antique Fair was held last March and in September many local residents enjoyed the 33nd Annual […]

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The Helping Hands Rescue Mission Pantry Needs Donations

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The Helping Hand Rescue Mission’s pantry is in great need of all non-perishable food items such as:
Canned vegetables, canned corn, pasta products, sauce, rice, rice side mixes, soups, canned fruit, instant potatoes, cereal, peanut butter and jelly, macaroni and cheese, canned and dried beans, pancake mix, syrup, gravy, tuna, canned chicken, brownie mix, cake mix, […]

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Greenlawn Historical Association Pumpkin Festival

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Saturday, October 13th…
2nd Annual Pumpkin Festival at The John Gardiner Farm, 900 Park Avenue Corner of Little Plains Road for the 2nd annual Pumpkin Festival.

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Marching Band Home Show This Saturday

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The Whitman Wildcat Home Show is one of the largest in the state with 15 participating bands!
Join us this Saturday, October 13th beginning at 4:30PM at Walt Whitman High School.
Bands attending: Huntington, Mineola, Malvern, Sachem, Garden City, Brentwood, Division Ave, Mineola, Floral Park, Hicksville, Roslyn, and representing upstate New York- Arlington. From New Jersey: Roxbury. […]

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Adventureland Robbed

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Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and the Suffolk County Police First Squad Detectives are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the suspects who broke into the cash boxes of numerous arcade machines at Adventureland, located in Farmingdale.
On Sunday, September 16, 2012, at approximately 11:30 a.m., two unknown white males used a tool to pry […]

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