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Agenda For June 4th Town Board Meeting

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Meeting starts at 7pm, at Huntington Town Hall, 100 Main Street, Huntington

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Click here to read the Town of Huntington Audit report
We are in the process of analyzing the findings of the report and supporting documents.

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Preliminary Agenda For Huntington Town Board Meeting

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In addition to the regular meeting agenda, Renaissance Downtowns, the master developer for Huntington Station, will present a new document of development strategies for Huntington Station.

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At the request of some of the merchants and based on my business experience I prepared a resolution to eliminate the increase to metered parking fines.

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Video:Huntington Democrats Spar Over Town Attorney Pick

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The video depicts the wrangling between the Democratic Town Board members pertaining to the Town Attorney selection.

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Huntington To Hold Hurricane Sandy Recovery Night

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Town Hall to open from 6 to 9 p.m. November 29 to speed permits and offer homeowners and businesses guidance and advice on rebuilding

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Residents Voice Opposition Regarding Town Budget

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Town of Huntington Residents voiced opposition to Supervisor Petrone’s proposed 2013 budget proposal at last nights Town Board public hearing.

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Reject the proposal to raise salaries for all Town Board members and, instead,reduce all Town Board members’ salaries by 10%.

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Huntington Town Supervisor Frank Petrone submitted to the Town Board a proposed 2013 budget document that includes a small tax increase, significant fee increases, pay raises and layoffs.

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Suffolk County Legislature Approves New PBA and EMHP Contracts

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New police officers will pay 15% into their health care in addition to a lower starting salary for new police officers of $42,000 that remains at that level through the term of the agreement.

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