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Recently the Town of Huntington Highway Department has had to replace about 20 stolen manhole covers. The Suffolk County Police Department has been notified.

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Avalon Bay Soil Management Plan Update

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A question that is continuously asked by residents is how deep will the contaminated soil be buried on site and how close to the groundwater will the buried material be?

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200-250 Teens Observed Drinking by SCPD in Dix Hills

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At 11:14 p.m., Second Precinct officers responded to a complaint that many teenagers were drinking alcohol at 25 Curtis Path. Police observed approximately 200-250 teenagers consuming alcohol. A 14-year-old girl was transported to Huntington Hospital by Dix Hills Rescue due to excessive alcohol intoxication. In addition, several parents of intoxicated youths were contacted to respond […]

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No doubt the traffic and parking situation in Huntington Village has exponentially worsened over the past few years. The situation is apparently so “out of hand” that a “Huntington Village Parking Consortium Group” was formed in order to examine the situation.

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Much has been discussed lately regarding the Town of Huntington’s bond rating and it’s future implications so we at “The Huntingtonian” feel compelled to research the issue and come to some conclusions regarding this very important financial issue facing the town.

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At the July 24th, 2012 meeting of the Huntington Town Board, three last minute resolutions were passed which schedules public hearings on the following matters. The public hearings for the matters listed below will be held on August 14th, at Huntington Town Hall. All three resolutions passed by three to two votes with Councilman Mark Mayoka and Eugene Cook voting no to all three. Both Councilmen stated that these resolutions were slipped through very quickly and more time was needed to absorb what was being proposed.

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The photo above: 1000 New York Avenue after it had been acquired by the Town because they said it was an eye sore for nearly a decade. The photo was taken in September of 2009.  Promises were made for a Pedestrian Plaza.  According to various press releases and promises from local politicians the project completion date […]

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Recent Appointment In Asharoken Fuels Speculation

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In one of his first actions as the new Mayor of Asharoken, Dr. Greg Letica appointed the longtime former Deputy Supervisor for the Town of Huntington Laure C. Nolan as Village Attorney.  Additionally the Village Board approved a residency resolution that states the following: “Resolution (2012-34) Be it Resolved that any Residency Requirement for compensated […]

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Code Enforcement: Where There’s A Will, There’s A Way

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The Town successfully proved that Piemonte had violated town code by illegally converting 172 Vernon Valley Road, East Northport, into a multi-family residence and that he had been collecting rent from multiple tenants.

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Update on the Avalon Bay Soil Remediation Work

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Many residents have expressed concern regarding the ongoing activities at the Avalon Bay Huntington Station site, in particular as it relates to soil disturbance activities. We first reported major deficiencies at the site in a June 27th article as certain soil mitigation measures were not being implemented although they were required according to the soil management […]

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