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Huntington Town Board Schedules 2022 Budget Hearings

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The Huntington Town Board held its October 13, 2021 meeting, where they scheduled various public hearings, including the 2022 Preliminary Budget, for which there will be presentations from various departments. 
The Town Board accepted the following donations and thanks the donors for their generosity: 

Materials, labor and equipment from Posillico, Inc. and Roger Ambrosio Paving, Inc. to […]

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Lottery Opens for Columbia Terrace, Huntington Station Veterans Affordable Housing Condo Complex

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The Huntington Community Development Agency (CDA) has opened the affordable housing lottery application process for Columbia Terrace, the 14-unit veterans affordable housing condominium complex, at the corner of Columbia Street and Lowndes Avenue in Huntington Station on Monday, November 1. 
Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, who serves as Chairman of the Community Development CDA) Agency, stated on […]

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Get Out and Vote Says Stephanie Bontempi

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Today is Election Day!
Tuesday, November 2nd
If you haven’t voted yet, don’t miss this chance to make your voice heard.
Thank you for your ongoing support and for being a part of the process by casting your ballot.
We know you’ve heard a lot from us these last couple of weeks, we thank you for always having Stephanie’s […]

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Please Vote NO On The State Propositions On This Year’s Ballot

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Notes from the October Ronald Reagan Republican Club Meeting
We were pleased to have Mr. Nick LaLota and Mr. Rick Hinshaw speak at out October 2021 meeting.
 Mr. LaLota spoke about the policies and processes the Suffolk County Board Elections has in place to ensure the integrity of the vote in Suffolk County.   Mr. LaLota said an important difference between New […]

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Andre Sorrentino has a Resume

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Andre Sorrentino for Supervisor of Highway Huntington 2021
 

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HYPOCRISY AND THE QUESTION NOT ANSWERED

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PATCH OCTOBER 2021 CANDIDATE PROFILE :REBECCA SANIN
 
QUESTION:  DOES ANYONE IN YOUR FAMILY WORK IN POLITICS OR GOVERNMENT? 
 
ANSWER:  NOBODY IN MY FAMILY WORKS FOR THE TOWN OF HUNTINGTON. 
 
A deflection? Yes.     Was there a reason for Ms. Sanin not answering the question?
 
After reviewing See through New York files for Rebecca Sanin’s husband, Jairo Sanin, that name
is listed […]

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STEM Enrichment For All Program Expands Opportunities For Students

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Students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade in the Northport-East Northport Union Free School District have been enjoying the new “STEM Enrichment for All” program, which gives students rotational access to a hand on learning experience in a Makerspace/STEM Lab. The new program empowers students through hands on exploratory learning, authentic research and discovery, and […]

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How to Process Grief and Loss

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By Anthony Nave, LCSW, Regional Director of Outpatient Services at Mountainside
 
Why Do We Grieve?
Grief has had a lot of time in the spotlight lately.  Many have experienced emotional pain due to the current struggles of the pandemic and greater awareness of historical social justice struggles, such as systemic racism, the #MeToo movement, and the ongoing fight […]

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Who Killed The Rats in Huntington

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KILL THE RATS
            ”Broken Windows” is a metaphor for any visible sign of disorder in an environment that goes untended.  Over the last thirty years , we have seen the ebb and flow of metropolitan areas which first tend to broken windows and, unfortunately,  the subsequent impact of a failure to tend to broken windows.
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DA CANDIDATE RAY TIERNEY ANNOUNCES HE WILL NOT BE DISBANDING THE CONVICTION INTEGRITY UNIT

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“I would like to make it very clear that I will NOT be disbanding the Conviction Integrity Unit (CIU).
 
My opponent has made claims that I am dismantling both the Conviction Integrity Unit and the Public Integrity Unit in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. While my intention is to revamp each and every unit in the District […]

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