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Motion Reply Brings More Mobile Hanging Chad’s

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Finnegan’s Attorneys answer motion from Supervisor Lupinacci attorneys dated 10/13/20 which was filed with the court clerk 11/30/20, showing pictures that the Supervisor was trying to break into Finnegan’s phone, was caught in the act. Finnegan had an app that would take a picture of anyone who tried to access the phone. Per the complaint […]

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PRESCHOOL KIDS COLLECT AND DONATE PAJAMAS TO CHILDREN IN NEED

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The kids of The Chai Center Preschool in Dix Hills, ages 2-5, conducted a pajama drive for the Long Island chapter of the Pajama Program and collected over 50 pairs of pajamas to donate to children in need. They concluded the drive with a festive pajama party at school.
“Our students are young, but this charity was something they could […]

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Bombshell Report Brings More Hanging Chad’s

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Resolution 2020-184 approved at the March 2020 board meeting to investigate allegations that Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci brought actions of sexual harassment, abuse of power and intimidation of a then town employee, his second time accused- Finnegan Vs Lupinacci ongoing case in Suffolk Supreme court. The employee has since quit his town job because of […]

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The Hanging Chad

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On January 3, 2021, TheHuntingtonian published about the trial of Town of Huntington Supervisor’s Chad Lupinacci for SEXUAL ASSAULT which was to start in the second week of February. The trial has changed to a conference with more motions and more motions, requesting more disclosure by team Lupinacci. One can only assume that team Lupinacci […]

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3 Years of a “New Direction” by Lupinacci Administration

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The Lupinacci Campaign slogan in the election of November 2017 was “A New Direction”, running against Tracy Edwards. Well what is this New Direction?  The Lupinacci administration has never passed a Town Budget yet in 2 years. And this New Direction has been accused of sexual assault maybe a second time. Where is there a […]

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Huntington Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, Sexual Assault Trial to Start Early February 2021

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After years of delays, motions, documents, cancellations, with documents going back and forth, the alleged sexual assault trial will begin against the Town of Huntington Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, in February 2021 which is next month. The sexual assault alleged is that Supervisor Chad Lupinacci forced sexual assault upon his Chief of Staff while a New […]

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Two People Arrested for Selling Counterfeit Designer Merchandise

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Suffolk County Police arrested two people for selling counterfeit goods in Suffolk County.
Financial Crimes Unit detectives, with the assistance of The Allegiance Protection Group and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office Financial Investigations and Money Laundering Bureau, launched an investigation into two people selling counterfeit designer merchandise. During the course of the investigation, undercover investigators […]

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First Woman Judge Sworn in as Town of Huntington Court

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Chief Administrative Law Judge Joshua C. Price joined Mara Manin Amendola, Esq. as she was sworn in to serve as an administrative law judge for the Town’s Bureau of Administrative Adjudication (BAA) on Wednesday, September 2, 2020; the BAA, or “tribunal,” is set to hear its first cases on Thursday, […]

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Letter To The Editor Regarding LIPA/NatGrid Tax Case, With Criminal Implications

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July 20, 2020
Dear Editor,
When the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) was created, the New York State Legislature laid out clear “rules of the road” in the Public Authorities Law, that LIPA would be required to follow. It stated that “projects” would require Public Authorities Control Board (PACB) review and approval, before going forward. LIPA ignored […]

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OUR TOWN – A FICTIONAL VIEW

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OUR TOWN – A FICTIONAL VIEW
This article is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events, is purely coincidental.
Characters:
Vinny A. Messeria Supervisor  
Nickoli Rasputin Romanoff –Town Attorney, […]

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