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WILL RESOLUTION 2020-184 DAMAGE OR OUST SUPERVISOR LUPINACCI?

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This week as we all are told to stay inside, our town now has its own crisis, and the COVID-19 virus, may have saved Supervisor Lupinacci from public ridicule. On March 10, 2020, the town board meeting went into executive session without Supervisor Chad Lupinacci. The resolution 2020-184 (see below) called for the town attorney […]

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Car Crash in Greenlawn

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On April 4th, 2020, at 5:10 p.m., the Greenlawn Fire Department was activated for a Motor Vehicle Accident at Clay Pitts Road and Manor Road North.  Responding units were advised by Suffolk Police enroute of one vehicle that was overturned with one person trapped. Response consisted of all four chiefs, paramedic, heavy rescue quint 2-7-2 and heavy rescue engine 2-7-6, ambulances 2-7-45, 2-7-25, and 2-7-5 […]

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HART Bus Passengers Mandated by Governor to Wear Face Masks

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Minutes after Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci urged riders of the Town’s Huntington Area Rapid Transit (HART) Bus system wear face masks or other face coverings when riding as a passenger starting on April 15, Governor Cuomo announced an Executive Order mandating all mass transit riders to wear face masks.
Due to the Governor’s mandate, residents will […]

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Cash Sent By Elderly Man As Part of Scam Intercepted

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Suffolk County Police Financial Crimes Unit detectives in conjunction with members of the United States Postal Inspection Service intercepted cash sent by a St. James man as part of a phone scam.
A 79-year-old man received a phone call on April 8, 2020 from an individual who claimed the man’s grandson had been involved in a […]

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SUFFOLK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY SINI TESTIFIES BEFORE PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION

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SUFFOLK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY SINI TESTIFIES BEFORE PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION, HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR ENHANCED ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE CAPABILITIES TO COMBAT GANGS, INCLUDING MS-13, IN LIGHT OF ADVANCEMENTS IN COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini testified yesterday before the U.S. Department of Justice’s Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice regarding the District […]

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SUFFOLK COVID-19 CASE UPDATE – April 14, 2020, 2:00 p.m.

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Suffolk County reported the following information related to COVID-19 through 2:00 p.m. on April 14, 2020

52,376 COVID-19 tests have been administered
9 percent of those tested were confirmed positive for COVID-19
22,691 confirmed cases, up 744 from April 13
Town breakdown can be found 
1,608 patients are hospitalized, up 13 from April 13
531 of hospitalized patients are in the intensive care […]

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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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Two People Arrested for Burglarizing Businesses; Believed Police would be Preoccupied due to COVID-19

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Suffolk County Police arrested two people in Bay Shore this morning for committing multiple burglaries of businesses throughout Suffolk County in March 2020 and April 2020, because of their belief police officers were preoccupied with the COVID-19 crisis.
A Third Precinct Patrol officer initiated a traffic stop after observing a Hyundai Santa Fe that fit the […]

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Changes to Huntington Traffic Court, Parking Ticket Timeline

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All April 2020 Town of Huntington Traffic Court dates have been administratively adjourned until further notice and those who have been issued parking tickets on or after March 12, 2020 will have an additional 30 days to respond without penalty.
All Traffic Court conference dates have been administratively adjourned since March 19, 2020 and through April […]

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Lupinacci Asks Huntington Residents, Landscapers to Refrain from Leaf Blower Use During Crisis

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci has requested that residents and landscapers refrain from gas-powered and other types of leaf blower use during the Coronavirus pandemic.
“We are asking residents and landscapers to refrain from using gas-powered and electric-powered leaf-blowers  during the remainder of the Coronavirus pandemic for the purposes of public health and safety,” said Supervisor Chad A. […]

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