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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 […]

COUNCILMAN COOK AND THE HUNTINGTON TOWN BOARD DEDICATES EAST SECOND STREET AS DOLORES “DEE” THOMPSON WAY IN HONOR OF DOLORES THOMPSON

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Councilman Eugene Cook and the Huntington Town Board gathered with Dolores “Dee” Thompson and her family to unveil the street sign which will dedicate East Second Street in Huntington Station as Dolores “Dee” Thompson Way.  The resolution was passed at the June 15, 2021 Town Board meeting. 
“This intersection at East Second Street and New York […]

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Town of Huntington Cracks Down on Zombie Homes

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The Huntington Town Board held its September 14, 2021 meeting, where Town Clerk Andrew P. Raia presented the Town Board the Supervisor’s Tentative Budget for 2022 and the Town Board approved a preventive measure that will address the issue of zombie homes and vacant storefronts. 
“Some of our neighborhoods are suffering from quality of life issues presented by […]

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Letter to the Editor

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I was compelled to write this letter after viewing the appalling Facebook post by Edmund Smyth for Supervisor offering free haircuts in Huntington Station. Edmund Smyth, will you be offering free haircuts in Lloyd Harbor, Northport or Dix Hills? Donald Molloy!

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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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Candidate for Supervisor Eugene Cook with Jay Oliver of LINews 103.9fm

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Candidate for Supervisor Eugene Cook with Jay Oliver of LINews 103.9fm

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Lifeguard Shortage Forces Huntington to Close 4 of 8 Beaches to Swimming

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Due to a shortage of lifeguards, the Town of Huntington is closing four of its eight beaches to swimming starting Thursday, August 26, 2021.
BEACHES CLOSED TO SWIMMING
Swim lines and lifeguard stands will be removed at the following beaches for the remainder of the season:

Asharoken Beach, Eaton’s Neck Road, Northport 
Crescent Beach, Crescent Beach Drive, Huntington Bay 
Fleets […]

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Statement from Conservative Party Chairman Gerard Kassar on Selection of Lt. Governor Brian Benjamin

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“New Yorkers suffering from the ongoing, statewide crime wave are bewildered by Gov. Kathy Hochul’s choice of Sen. Brian Benjamin as Lt. Governor. 
 
“Lt. Governor Benjamin has been a major driver in enacting policies that caused crime in this state to skyrocket, most notably cashless bail, and Gov. Hochul well knows that. Through her choice, the […]

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Ray Tierney Details Timeline of Arrest of Justin K. Smith

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Ray Tierney Details Timeline of Arrest of Justin K. Smith
Says Current DA Had Numerous Opportunities to Indict Him for Felony Drug Possession, But Failed to Do So
 
Last week, Suffolk District Attorney Tim Sini held a press conference to congratulate himself for the arrest of Justin Smith and claimed that Mr. Smith bears responsibility in the […]

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Who Was In The Town SUV That Cut a Telephone Pole

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It was early in the morning on Monday, August 8, 2021 around 12:45am when a town of Huntington vehicle took out a pole on West Hills Road. See picture below.
 
Usually when someone hits a pole a field sobriety test is performed. But according to SCPD there was no such test performed because the individual involved in the accident […]

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