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Huntington Moves Property Tax Grievance Period Back One Month, Waives Building Permits for Small, Outdoor Accessory Projects

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The Huntington Town Board held its April 21, 2020 meeting remotely, broadcasting meeting audio live and rescheduling all public hearings, previously scheduled for May 20, for the June 16 meeting; moved the property tax grievance complaint period for the current 2020/21 tax year back one month to start June 1, 2020, rescheduling Grievance Day for June […]

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Cinema Arts Centre Launches Forks & Films to Spread Positivity

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On April 9, 2020, Cinema Arts Centre (CAC) will release a new digital series Forks & Films. The series will provide an entertaining free cooking video that the audience can view on the CAC’s YouTube or Facebook channels and connect with a film that will be highlighted each week. The audience can access the weekly film […]

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SUFFOLK COUNTY COVID-19 CASE UPDATE – April 1, 2020, 2:30 p.m.

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Suffolk County reported the following confirmed cases and deaths due to COVID-19 through 2:30 p.m. on April 1, 2020

To date, more than 19,300 COVID-19 tests have been administered, an increase of approximately 1,700 from March 31.
7,605  confirmed cases  (up 892 from the 6,713 cases that were reported at 2:30 p.m. on March 31)
897 patients are hospitalized (up 189 from March […]

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SUFFOLK COUNTY EXECUTIVE ANNOUNCES FREE CHILDCARE PROGRAM FOR FIRST RESPONDERS, MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS AND TRANSIT WORKERS DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK

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Residents Encouraged to Call 311 for more Information
 Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today announced the launch of the Suffolk Childcare Consortium, a free childcare program for first responders, medical professionals, transit workers and where space permits, other essential workers. The new program, which provides assistance to employees on the front line working to combat the […]

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SCPD 177th Recruit Class Completes Coursework Early To Boost Police Presence During COVID-19 Outbreak

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New officers will form TEC (Together Enforcing Compliance) Teams
to assist with state-mandated closures
 
The 177th Suffolk County Police recruit class will be getting to work one week ahead of schedule to bolster police presence in light of the COVID-19 outbreak. Sixty recruits, six of whom are fluent Spanish speakers, will report for duty at their assigned […]

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HUNTINGTON WATERFRONT FESTIVAL AND CRAFT FAIR POSTPONED

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Dear Friends, Supporters of Huntington Safe Boating Week, and the Waterfront Festival & Craft Fair,
 
I am certain this communication is not unexpected by any of you. Never the less it is VERY disappointing to have to inform you about our Safe Boating Week and Waterfront Festival. Much in our lives continues to change on a daily basis […]

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TOWN HALL CLOSED TO EMPLOYEES THURSDAY & FRIDAY MARCH 26 & 27 2020

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First 3 Town of Huntington Employees Test Positive for COVID-19, Plans for Remote Town Meetings Underway
 
The Town of Huntington has its first three confirmed employee cases of COVID-19, Town Hall will be closed to employees Thursday and Friday for cleaning, the Town is planning for remote Town Board and Planning Board meetings next week, and […]

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COVID-19 CASE UPDATE – March 20, 2020

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County Executive Bellone stated on the conference call March 20, 2020 that food should not be hoarded as the supply chain is working well. So please do not panic. 
Suffolk County reported the following confirmed cases and deaths due to COVID-19 through 2 p.m. on 3/20/2020

       459 confirmed cases  (up 220 from yesterday)
       7 deaths, 4 reported today

Deaths […]

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Cinema Arts Centre Will Suspend All Screenings

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After much discussion, and consulting with public health authorities, the Cinema Arts Centre will be suspending all film screenings and special events until the end of March, when we will reassess the situation. In every single crisis over the past 46 years of the Cinema’s history, we have always been able to best serve our […]

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SUFFOLK COUNTY EXECUTIVE BELLONE PROVIDED UPDATE ON COUNTY’S RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS 4pm 3/20/20

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This update by phone March 19, 2020 by Suffolk County Executive Bellone calling in from his self quarantined home.
236 total cases in Suffolk County as of 3 pm today.

Total tested: 1500 so far
New drive through at Stony Brook University processed 250 tests yesterday

64 Total Cases in Huntington being spread throughout the township with no cluster […]

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