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SUFFOLK COUNTY EXECUTIVE STEVE BELLONE ANNOUNCES IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR COUNTY WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT IS FINALIZED

nvestment in Water Quality Infrastructure Would Boost Economy During COVID Recovery
 
Feasibility Report Funded by Regional Planning Council and New York State DEC
 
Creation of District Designated an “Early Action Item” Under LI Nitrogen Action Plan
 
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today announced the release of a long-awaited feasibility study and implementation plan to guide the establishment of […]

3 Years of a “New Direction” by Lupinacci Administration

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The Lupinacci Campaign slogan in the election of November 2017 was “A New Direction”, running against Tracy Edwards. Well what is this New Direction?  The Lupinacci administration has never passed a Town Budget yet in 2 years. And this New Direction has been accused of sexual assault maybe a second time. Where is there a […]

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While The USA Destruction Continues, New York State Destruction Being Lead By Democrats

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BROWN APPALLED BY BILL TO ALLOW REMOVAL AND DETENTION 
A statement from Assemblyman Keith Brown (R,C- Northport)
 
         “I am unequivocally against Assembly Bill 416 that would give the governor the authority to remove and detain people that he determines to be a health risk. Additionally, it provides no limitations or specifications on where and for how long the […]

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Letter To The Editor

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Steve Bellone <Steven.Bellone@suffolkcountyny.gov>,
Timothy Sini <Timothy.Sini@suffolkcountyny.gov>,
Doc Spencer <william.Spencer@suffolkcountyny.gov>,
Tom Donnelly <Tom.Donnelly@suffolkcountyny.gov>,
Sue Berland <Susan.Berland@suffolkcountyny.gov>,
Chad Lupinacci <CLupinacci@Huntingtonny.gov>,
Mark Cuthbertson <mcuthbertson@huntingtonny.gov>,
Gene Cook <ecook@huntingtonny.gov>
Ed Smyth <ESmyth@HuntingtonNY.Gov>,
Joan Cergol <jcergol@HuntingtonNY.gov>,
Andrew Raia <araia@Huntingtonny.gov>
Jim Gaughran <jamesgaughanlaw@gmail.com>,
Steve Stern <Sterns@nyassembly.gov>
To all the above
    As some of you are aware of there have been a total of four shootings in the Station in the last few months. One of the […]

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Suffolk County Update COVID-19 on October 5, 2020

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Suffolk County reported the following information related to COVID-19 on October  5, 2020. Last updated October 4, 2020 
 
Total Persons Tested

865,979  COVID-19 tests have been administered, an addition of 5724 tests        
4 percent of those tested since March have been confirmed positive for COVID-19
9 percent of those tested on Long Islandin the last reported 24-hour period tested […]

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First Woman Judge Sworn in as Town of Huntington Court

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Chief Administrative Law Judge Joshua C. Price joined Mara Manin Amendola, Esq. as she was sworn in to serve as an administrative law judge for the Town’s Bureau of Administrative Adjudication (BAA) on Wednesday, September 2, 2020; the BAA, or “tribunal,” is set to hear its first cases on Thursday, […]

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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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Two Centerport Beaches Closed to Bathing

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Centerport Yacht Club and Knollwood Beach Association Beaches in Centerport have closed to bathing due to the finding of bacteria in excess of acceptable criteria. 
According to Suffolk County Commissioner of Health Dr. Gregson Pigott, bathing in bacteria-contaminated water can result in gastrointestinal illness, as well as infections of the eyes, ears, nose, and throat.
The beaches […]

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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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