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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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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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Town of Huntington to Enforce Governor Cuomo’s $1,000 Social Distancing Fine

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Huntington – Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci released a statement regarding the Town of Huntington’s intention to start enforcing Governor Cuomo’s “social distancing” fine of up to $1,000 for social distancing protocol violations on Town property on April 7, 2020:
“While we encourage our residents to enjoy Town parks in a safe manner, our patrols cannot be […]

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As World Crisis Persists Huntington Supervisor is Missing.

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As the world is reeling from the COVID-19 virus and Sports- MLB-NBA-NHL-March Madness, Broadway Plays, and NYC about to announce severe shutdowns,  Supervisor Lupinacci is missing. Especially when sources at town hall have stated that we may have a positive test on an employee. Sources at town hall tell us that Lupinacci absence is very […]

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Letter to the Editor

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February 27, 2020
Dear Editor,
My name is Jim McGoldrick, a lifelong resident of Huntington Station, recently there have been several news articles concerning a personal matter, in Huntington Town Hall.  As many would agree there is no place in town government for inappropriate behaviors, and that all town employees should act professionally.  The individual who made […]

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Parks & Rec Director Greg Wagner Starts Non-Profit to Improve Huntington Town Parks and Open Space

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, Councilman Eugene Cook and Councilman Ed Smyth applauded the ingenuity of Town Parks and Recreation Director, Greg Wagner, for his role in the formation of the 1653 Foundation, founded in January 2020 for the purpose of using private funds to restore, maintain, and enhance Huntington’s parklands and public spaces.
 
Wagner was appointed […]

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Supervisor’s Sunday’s

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Not a new direction.
Supervisor Lupinacci campaigned on a new direction
Updated 1:45pm     
  OP-ED
POLITICS, NEW DIRECTION , SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES, SAME OL SAME OL. NOT MANAGING OUR TOWN, POLITICAL REVENGE, BUT A NEW DIRECTION.
Town Hall sources state that in the last few weeks the Supervisor cannot make decisions. Must be and or could be […]

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Huntington Invests $1.1 Million in Open Space, Adds New Free Metered Parking Days

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At its January 13, 2020 meeting, the Huntington Town Board approved the allocation of $1.1 million from the Environmental Open Space & Park Fund (EOSPA), added free metered parking on four additional federal holidays and scheduled public hearings for the February 11, 2020 meeting at 7:00 PM.
 
The Town Board approved disbursing EOSPA Park Improvement and […]

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Thanks Joan Cergol For Bringing DC Corruption to Our Wonderful Huntington

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Our politically corrupt system from DC is now local. Pelosi, AOC and Schiff have arrived in Huntington.  And her name is Joan Cergol.  Joan Cergol has been in deep with the Frank Petrone administration since 2002 and was awarded all along the way by Petrone, until her salary made it to $126,101 as:

Director of the […]

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Throwback Thursday – Councilman Eugene Cook with Local Businesses Pave VFW Post 1469 Parking Lot

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On Saturday, September 27, 2014, the parking lot for VFW Post 1469 was paved at no expense to the Post or to Huntington Taxpayers when Councilman Cook reached out to several Long Island small business owners who stepped up to make this happen.  Posillico Inc., Pioneer Asphalt, Power Crush Inc., EZ Sewer and Drain, Commercial […]

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