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Flashback Friday Voter Fraud In Suffolk County For Years

EDITOR”S NOTE:
November 5, 2013 election results: Eugene Cook lost by only 595 votes and the following audit by Huntingtonians (Dems/Rep/Libertarian/Cons) Showed that in conclusion, with 853 deceased voters on the rolls, 2452 signatures that appear not to match, 131 voters registered in multiple states, there is a real danger of tampering and possibility of multiple […]

Is Leaving The Scene of an Accident A Crime?

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Is Leaving The Scene of an Accident A Crime?
Did Town of Huntington Supervisor Chad Lupinacci do such?
Did SCPD not perform their job? Did they follow standard operating procedure to find the driver of a car that cut a telephone pole in half? Why? Maybe the person is lying somewhere dying? Possibly hurt, severely? No mention […]

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

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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 […]

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Letter To The Editor

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To Town Supervisor and Council,
I just want to inform you that there was a street fight and a stabbing on East 12th Street last evening. It occurred 2 houses away from my mother’s home where my daughter also  lives.  The SCPD response was fabulous and they were professional. More than I can say about most […]

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Throw Back Thursdays – Voter Fraud In Suffolk County For Years

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EDITORS OPINION ON THIS THROW BACK:
The following story goes back to June 2014 and happened because of the results of the November 2013 Elections.  Here are some of the results from that election.  Editors Opinion with the results of this election would have made a Major change in Huntington Government by 595 votes. Gene Cook […]

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Councilman Cooks Lawsuit Has Merit Says Island Park School District Attorneys

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There are several issues on our horizon that this Huntington Town Board needs to work together and find a resolution to these matters.  The first issue is the LIPA Tax Certiorari lawsuit which needs all hands-on deck working together and thinking outside the box to ensure the Town of Huntington and the Northport-East Northport School […]

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Suffolk Health Department Issues Advisory against Bathing at 64 County Beaches

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Due to heavy rainfall, the Suffolk County Department of Health Services has issued an advisory against bathing at 64 beaches. The advisory is based on the knowledge that bacteria at levels that exceed New York State standards will affect these beaches.
The beaches covered by the advisory are located in areas that are heavily influenced by […]

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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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Letter From Councilman Cook

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Dear Editor,
I saw a video that was posted from a Huntington business owner, disparaging the peaceful protest in the village yesterday. The loss of George Floyd was unacceptable and unforgivable, and all of us know this was wrong. The Huntington community has the right to want justice to be served. Those who participated in yesterday’s […]

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Lupinacci, Suffolk Supervisors Urge Bellone to Waive Property Tax Payment Late Fees

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Update 3:34pm Conference call with County Executive Bellone, Bellone stated “that there will be an update on this issue in a few days. And there should be some help.”
Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci signed onto a joint letter sent May 19, 2020 by the Suffolk County Supervisors Association requesting Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone waive property tax payment […]

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