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Republicans and Ed Smyth Big Losers In Working Families Primary- Appears Democrat’s Big Winners

In an attempt to seek and retain the Working Families line, Ed Smyth Republicans candidates fail big time. Smyth’s master plan failed miserably, and he has denied it was even his plan. According to the Board of Elections unofficial results posted online Ed’s Republican’s candidates (Ed’s Para-legal)Marissa Anderson got only 5 votes verse 114 for […]

Supervisor Announces Return to Pre-Pandemic In-Person Staffing Levels at Huntington Town Hall and July Return to In-Person Public Meetings

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The Supervisor has released a statement related to the Town’s return to pre-pandemic in-person staffing levels at Huntington Town Hall and the return to in-person public meetings this July, 2021: 
The decision to return to pre-pandemic in-person staffing levels at Town Hall was made by this administration over one month ago when we started phasing in […]

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On National Heat Awareness Day 2021 Councilman Cook Turns Up the Heat On LIPA

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Town of Huntington
News Release From the Town of Huntington
Council Office – Eugene Cook
• 100 Main Street • Huntington, NY  11743
 
THE PUBLIC WILL BE ON THE HOOK NO MATTER WHO WINS BETWEEN CROSS SOUND CABLE VS LONG ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY
 
This morning’s Newsday brought the story of a federal court breach of contract action by the […]

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Eugene Cook for Huntington Supervisor

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PETITIONS SUPPORTING EUGENE COOK FOR HUNTINGTON SUPERVISOR WERE SUBMITTED TO THE SUFFOLK COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS
Eugene Cook Stated in a phone call that “I’ll put my reputation up against anyone, I work for all the people in Huntington”  
After a massive grassroots effect , on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, petitions were submitted at the Suffolk County […]

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Huntington Honors Foremost Woman Architect of the Early 20th Century, Suffragist Fay Kellogg, Suspected Victim of 1918 Pandemic

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Town of Huntington officials were joined by members of the Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association for the unveiling of an historical marker on April 6, 2021 honoring former resident Faye Kellogg, the foremost woman architect of the early twentieth century at the site of a residence and former post office she designed at 22 Boulevard Avenue in […]

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Elwood-John H. Glenn Senior Earns Top Honors at LISEF competition

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Elwood-John H. Glenn High School senior Rithika Narayan was awarded first place in the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair for her project, “Harnessing Deep Learning to Assess Coral Reef Health through Crowd-sourced Efforts.”
In addition to winning the Grand Award for her outstanding science research project, Rithika also received three special awards, including an award […]

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Letter to the Editor as to Why I am Running for the Elwood School Board

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To the Editor,
My husband Mike and I, and our two daughters, Lilli and Emma, have lived in the Elwood community for 13 years.  Having a 9th grader and a 6th grader, I have enjoyed many years of volunteering in the schools and have had ample opportunity to observe and evaluate the District’s strengths and weaknesses.  […]

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Meth and Cocaine: The Fourth Drug Wave?

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With news cycles largely focusing on the coronavirus, other public health concerns have taken a backseat, including the opioid crisis. Yet the drug epidemic ventures beyond opioids, and dismissing the dangers of non-opioid drugs could have lethal consequences. Stimulants, such as methamphetamine (meth) and cocaine, have also been rising in popularity, and early data suggests […]

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PSEG Long Island Raises Awareness of Utility Scams During National Consumer Protection Week

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PSEG Long Island encourages customers to learn how to spot the signs of fraud and scams, and report them.
This week PSEG Long Island joins Utilities United Against Scams (UUAS) to recognize National Consumer Protection Week, which aims to educate customers on how they can guard against becoming victims of impostor utility scams.
“To better protect customers, it […]

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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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