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Covid Update 8/12/20 With Steve Bellone, County Executive

Suffolk County reported the following information related to COVID-19 on August 12, 2020. Last updated August 11, 2020 
 
Total Persons Tested

539,870 COVID-19 tests have been administered, an addition of 5,030 tests        
1 percent of those tested since March have been confirmed positive for COVID-19
9 percent of those tested on Long Island in the last reported 24-hour period tested positive for COVID-19
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Statement from State Senator Gaughran on PSEG-LI and LIPA’s Failed Storm Response

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Calls for Termination of Heads of PSEG-LI and LIPA
 
“The events of the past week have made clear: PSEG-LI has failed Long Islanders. Half a million Long Islanders were left in the dark without communication from PSEG, including seniors and medically vulnerable persons. Many still remain without power and without answers. LIPA, the oversight authority to […]

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State Senator Gaughran Calls on NYS Attorney General to Investigate PSEG’s Failed Storm Response

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August 6, 2020 State Senator Gaughran and the Long Island Senate Majority called on New York State Attorney General to investigate PSEG’s failed response to Tropical Storm Isaias. As the hurricane system remains underway, Senator Gaughran remains concerned that PSEG is unable to competently and safely service its 1.1 million customers on Long Island, and […]

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Town of Huntington
News Release From the Town of Huntington
 Council Office • 100 Main Street • Huntington, NY  11743
Town of Huntington Councilman Eugene Cook responds to a lawsuit he filed against Long Island Power Authority and National Grid
Attached is the memo that was submitted yesterday, August 3, 2020, to the Supreme Court of Suffolk County for […]

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Flashback Friday – Councilman Cook, Local Business Owners & Boy Scouts Help Veterans

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ORIGINALLY POSTED JUNE 2012
The parking lot of the Golf Course at the Northport Veteran’s Hospital desperately needed paving.  After more than five years of requests by Mario Buonpane and members of the golf committee  to various organizations still nothing was happening.  The lot was in dangerous disrepair.
Finally, three weeks ago, Mr. Buonpane reached out to Councilman […]

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TOWN Announces Kensington Estates Affordable Housing Lottery for Luxury Gated Age 55 & Older Townhome Community Open Through October 13, 2019

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The Town of Huntington is excited to announce the Town’s Community Development Agency (CDA) is now accepting applications online through Sunday, October 13, 2019, for nine (9) 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom townhomes eligible for the affordable housing lottery in Kensington Estates, the luxury gated 55 and older community located on Jericho Turnpike across from Oheka Castle.
“Kensington Estates is a […]

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Notice of Public Hearing Regarding Suffolk County Subwatersheds Wastewater Management Plan

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Suffolk County will convene two public hearings to receive comments on the implementation of a wastewater management strategy based on the recommendations presented in the Suffolk County Subwatersheds Wastewater Management Plan and the changes to the Suffolk County Sanitary code required to implement these recommendations. The goal of the Subwatersheds Wastewater Management Plan is to […]

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SUFFOLK HEALTH OFFICIALS RELEASE HISTORIC WATER QUALITY PLAN

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PROVIDES BLUEPRINT FOR TURNING THE TIDE ON NITROGEN POLLUTION
Transitioning Away from Reliance on Cesspools And Septic Systems Identified as Top Priority
Diverse Coalition of Scientists, Business Leaders, Organized Labor and Environmental Leaders Endorse Plan Recommendations
Scientific Analysis Predicts Improvements in Water Quality Within 10 Years Upon Implementation of Plan Recommendations
 
Taking an historic step forward in ongoing efforts […]

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East Carver Street Municipal Parking Lot Paving Project Completed One Week Early

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The East Carver Street municipal parking lot, which was closed for repaving, has reopened one week early; on-street parking enforcement for spaces 700-711 & 747-756 has resumed.

“Thanks to the efficient coordination of the work by Department Director Andre Sorrentino and our General Services and Engineering teams, this paving project has been completed ahead of schedule, […]

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COUNCILMAN COOK SPONSORS RESOLUTION TO CREATE A CARBON FOOTPRINT PROGRESSIVE IMPACT FEE

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Councilman Eugene Cook is sponsoring a resolution to schedule a public hearing to create a Progressive Impact Fee, to allow the Town to reduce the carbon footprint on the environment. The basis of this fund will be a fee for industrial consumption of fossil fuels that will be required of certain large scale fossil fuel users and used to […]

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