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Letter to The Editor

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Rachel DiNapoli
Greenlawn-Northport, NY
Dear Editor,
I am writing you today about Huntington Town Councilman Eugene Cook, who is up for re-election this November 5th2019.  As a lifelong Democrat and a person that has been politically involved for many years, it’s important to me that we praise the great elected officials, who work for their communities.  Eugene Cook […]

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Letter to the Editor

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James McGoldrick
Huntington Station, New York 11746
October 25, 2019
Dear Editor,
My name is Jim McGoldrick, a lifelong resident of Huntington Station, who’s been known to hold our elected leaders accountable as they were elected to protect Huntington and our quality of life.  Today, I want to thank Eugene Cook for doing just that. 
I met Eugene Cook in […]

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Planning Board Extends Public Comment Period on Indian Hills DEIS, Schedules Hearing & Hires Consultant

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The Town of Huntington Planning Board voted at its October 10, 2019 Special Meeting to extend the public comment period on The Preserve at Indian Hills Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) from October 18 to November 4, 2019 scheduled a public hearing on the Preliminary Subdivision for November 20, 2019 and hired an outside consultant to assist […]

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LIRR Huntington Station Easternmost Pedestrian Bridge Closed for Inspection and Evaluation Due to Unsafe Conditions

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The Town of Huntington has temporarily closed off access to the easternmost pedestrian bridge connecting the north and south parking garages at the LIRR Huntington Train Station for inspection and evaluation purposes.
A visual Engineering Condition Inspection was performed by Desman Engineering Consultants for the Town-owned north and south parking garages, which included the east and […]

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DA SINI: DIRT BROKER IN “OPERATION PAY DIRT,” LARGEST ILLEGAL DUMPING CASE IN NY STATE HISTORY, SENTENCED TO PRISON

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Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini was joined by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (“DEC”) and the Suffolk County Police Department today to announce the sentencing of a self-proclaimed “dirt broker” who was indicted as part of the District Attorney’s Office’s “Operation Pay Dirt” investigation into an illegal dumping conspiracy on […]

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Huntington to Consider C-6 Zoning Code Changes At September Town Board Meeting

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Huntington to Consider C-6 Zoning Code Changes, Fulfills 2017 Promise to Go Green with Leaf Blowers, Other Landscape Maintenance Equipment
 
At its September 17, 2019 meeting, the Huntington Town Board fulfilled provisions of a 2017 agreement with the American Green Zone Alliance (AGZA) to establish a “Green Zone” for the maintenance of the grounds at Heckscher […]

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Suffolk Health Commissioner Reports Human Cases of West Nile Virus

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Suffolk County Commissioner of Health Services Dr. James Tomarken today reported two cases of West Nile virus, the first cases reported in Suffolk County this season. Both individuals are over the age of 50 and live in the Town of Islip.
The first individual developed symptoms in mid-August and was hospitalized for several days before being […]

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SUFFOLK COUNTY ANNOUNCES NEW JOB PROGRAM TO ASSIST INDIVIDUALS COPING WITH THE OPIOID CRISIS

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County Executive Reminds Residents to Call 3-1-1 for More Information on Eligibility Requirements
 
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today announced part-time employment opportunities are available to individuals and family members that have been affected by the opioid crisis. The two-year program is funded through a half-million dollar federal grant to address the economic and workforce impacts […]

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Suffolk Declared Most Fiscally Stressed County in the State for Second Straight Year

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Comptroller’s Report Reveals County is on the Brink of Financial Disaster
A recent report from New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office revealed that, for the second year in a row, Suffolk County has been declared the most fiscally stressed county in the state, ahead of Nassau and Westchester Counties. John Kennedy, Candidate, Suffolk County Executive, said these […]

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DA SINI, SCPD & ATF ANNOUNCE 127-COUNT INDICTMENT AGAINST 14 BLOODS GANG MEMBERS & ASSOCIATES 3 FROM HUNTINGTON STATION

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Investigation Resulted in Seizure of More Than 70 Firearms Trafficked into Suffolk County
Defendants Allegedly Conspired to Sell Firearms from States along the ‘Iron Pipeline’
 
Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini, Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (“ATF”) today announced the indictment of 14 Bloods gang members […]

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