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Huntington Harbormaster to Start New Mooring Permit Enforcement August 16, 2019

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Boaters Urged to Submit Mooring Permit Applications by August 15, 2019
 
Halesite – The Huntington Harbormaster’s Office will start mooring permit enforcement on Friday, August 16, 2019; boaters are urged to submit a mooring permit application by August 15, as violations will be issued for unpermitted boats moored in Huntington waters starting August 16, 2019.
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Officials and Community Groups Call for Expansion of Crucial Water Quality Program: Community Oyster Gardening

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Senator Gaughran and Supervisor Saladino joined local oyster gardeners at Laurel Hollow Beach to call for an expansion of a crucial water quality program — community oyster gardening — at a time when Long Island’s water quality is facing unprecedented challenges. The oyster gardening program is an initiative that supports the local bays using oysters’ […]

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Huntington Issues Call for Names of Huntington World War II Veterans

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Final Plaque to be Installed on Veterans Plaza WWII Memorial
 
Supervisor Lupinacci is asking families of Huntington World War II veterans, living or deceased, to contact the Town’s Veterans Affairs coordinator to add names for the final plaque to be installed on the World War II Memorial on Veterans Plaza by November 30, 2019.
“The World War […]

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Advisory Against Bathing at 57 Suffolk County Beaches Due to Heavy Rainfall

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Beaches that Were Closed Yesterday Remain Closed
 
Due to heavy rainfall, the Suffolk County Department of Health Services has issued an advisory against bathing at 57 beaches. The advisory is based on the potential that the presence of bacteria at levels that exceed New York State standards will impact these areas.
The beaches covered by the advisory are […]

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COUNTY ANNOUNCES $7 MILLION PLAN TO IMPROVE SUFFOLK ROADWAYS

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Dangerous Potholes Along County Roads Reported to Suffolk311 Will be Addressed Within 48-Hours
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today announced a comprehensive plan to improve county roadways along critical transportation corridors, including a plan to have all dangerous pot holes filled within 48-hours of being reported. As a result of the county’s historic investment in a new […]

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Highway Department to Pave Larkfield Road July 15-17, Roads in Elwood and Greenlawn

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The Huntington Highway Department expects to pave Larkfield Road and roads in Greenlawn and Elwood over the next two weeks, weather-permitting.

 
Sections of Larkfield Road in East Northport will be milled and paved, weather permitting, between July 15 and July 17. The Town Board recently accepted payment from National Grid for their share of the cost […]

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Deputy Town Clerk Stacy Colamussi Shows Huntington Seniors How to Go Green with Worm Fertilizer Demo

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On a sunny Wednesday morning in June, Deputy Town Clerk Stacy Colamussi presented her vermicomposting “worm fertilizer” demonstration to over 60 residents at the Town’s Senior Center.
As an avid gardener, Colamussi has always composted but over the past several years she has started vermicomposting; raising special composting worms that eat all her kitchen scraps, newspapers […]

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Huntington Town Clerk Recognized by Assemblyman Andrew Raia & Senator James Gaughran

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On Tuesday, June 4, 2019, Huntington Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia was recognized on the floors of the New York State Assembly and Senate by Assemblyman Andrew Raia, 12th Assembly District and Senator James Gaughran, 5thSenate District, for her years of service to the Town of Huntington and as a Woman of Distinction for the 5thSenate District. […]

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Huntington Town Clerk Recognized with Robert Arnold Award

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On Monday, June 3, 2019 Huntington Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia was recognized by the New York Association of Local Government Record Officers with the Robert Arnold Award for Distinguished Service for her integral role and dedication to the Town of Huntington’s Records Center and Archives. In developing a first-class records management system from the ground […]

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“Serious Corruption in Suffolk County,” So Says Top Elected Official

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During a June 4,2019  general meeting of the Suffolk County Legislature, DuWayne Gregory — the county Legislature’s Presiding Officer and, like current County Executive Steve Bellone, a Democrat — said he spoke with the Federal Bureau of Investigation about allegations of corruption within Suffolk County government. “I made a serious allegation,” Mr. Gregory told those […]

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