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Good Luck To The Winners

TheHuntingtonian staff wants to congratulate all of the winners below for the specific seats and wish them luck on doing their work for the people!
 

County DA Ray Tierney WINNER
Sheriff Errol D Toulon Jr – WINNER
Supervisor Edmund Smyth  WINNER
Superintendent of Highways, Town of Huntington Andre Sorrentino Jr.  WINNER
Huntington Town Board (Elect 2) Sal Ferro  WINNER, Dr. Dave Bennardo  WINNER
13th Legislative District Robert Trotta  WINNER
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THANK YOU FROM CANDIDATE EUGENE COOK

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Dear Friends and Supporters,
 
 I want to take this time to thank you for your generous support in my campaign for Huntington Town Supervisor. Words cannot express how humbled I am by the encouragement I received during this journey, and I am proud of our efforts to give Huntington a choice that included a campaign focused […]

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2021 Election Results

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Unofficial Election Results:
New York State Propositions:
Prop 1 Amending the Apportionment and Redistricting Process – NO
This proposed constitutional amendment would freeze the number of state senators at 63, amend the process for the counting of the state¿s population, delete certain provisions that violate the United States Constitution, repeal and amend certain requirements for the appointment of […]

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Another Undefeated Season For John Glenn’s Dedicated Girls Volleyball Team

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For the second consecutive year, Elwood-John H. Glenn High School’s girls varsity volleyball team finished the league season undefeated. The team will next compete in the county finals on Nov. 5, where they hope to repeat as champions.
“These girls have been working hard,” coach Nick Tremaroli said. “I have pretty much the same group of […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA POST ABOUT CANDIDATE ED SYMTH FOR SUPERVISOR IN WRONG DIRECTION

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Huntington Republicans  and their Candidate for Supervisor Ed Smyth have literally lost it. Ed Smith’s failed leadership has become desperado. See images of a Town Of Huntington employee illegally parking this giant billboard truck in Huntington Village. The Wrong Direction. We deserve better. EDITORS NOTE: Where is SCPD?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

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Huntington Town Board Schedules 2022 Budget Hearings

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The Huntington Town Board held its October 13, 2021 meeting, where they scheduled various public hearings, including the 2022 Preliminary Budget, for which there will be presentations from various departments. 
The Town Board accepted the following donations and thanks the donors for their generosity: 

Materials, labor and equipment from Posillico, Inc. and Roger Ambrosio Paving, Inc. to […]

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Harborfields Honors Trustees During School Board Recognition Week

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In honor of School Board Recognition Week, the Harborfields Central School District praised its dedicated board of education during the Oct. 20, 2021 meeting.
“On behalf of the Harborfields Council of PTAs, I would like to extend our thanks to the Harborfields board of education trustees,” PTA Council President Rachel Risinger said, “The time and effort […]

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Lottery Opens for Columbia Terrace, Huntington Station Veterans Affordable Housing Condo Complex

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The Huntington Community Development Agency (CDA) has opened the affordable housing lottery application process for Columbia Terrace, the 14-unit veterans affordable housing condominium complex, at the corner of Columbia Street and Lowndes Avenue in Huntington Station on Monday, November 1. 
Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, who serves as Chairman of the Community Development CDA) Agency, stated on […]

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Cold Spring Harbor Central School District FLES Program Recognized

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The New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers has recognized the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District with the 2021 Sally G. Hahn Outstanding FLES Program award for its outstanding foreign language in the elementary schools program and exemplary examples of students’ work and performance.
The goal of the district’s FLES program is for students […]

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Get Out and Vote Says Stephanie Bontempi

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Today is Election Day!
Tuesday, November 2nd
If you haven’t voted yet, don’t miss this chance to make your voice heard.
Thank you for your ongoing support and for being a part of the process by casting your ballot.
We know you’ve heard a lot from us these last couple of weeks, we thank you for always having Stephanie’s […]

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