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Huntington Beaches and Most in Suffolk – Advisory Against Swimming

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County Issues Advisory against Bathing at 64 Beaches
Wading River Beach remains closed
Due to the heavy rainfall, the Suffolk County Department of Health Services has issued an advisory against bathing at 64 beaches. The advisory is based on the potential for the presence of bacteria at levels that exceed New York State standards.
The beaches covered by […]

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Berland States “If you have a letter in Lieu, there is nothing we can do!”

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Public Safety & Berland tell Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement Group. “If you have A Letter in Lieu, there is nothing we can do!”
 
Starting in December 0f 2010, a concerned group of citizens formed the Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement group, which now has 400 members.  Their goal is to target illegal housing and to help the […]

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The Miracle of Sewers

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EVERYONE is talking about sewers today. Elected officials, environmental advocacy groups, industry experts are all on the sewer bandwagon. Sewers, we are told, will protect and restore ground and surface water quality, lower taxes, prevent and reduce sprawl, reduce traffic and stem the exodus of young people from the region. Unfortunately, like most public policy […]

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HART Bus to Hold Fare Free Weeks To Encourage New Riders

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Rides will be free on Town bus system fixed routes September 21-26 and September 28-October 3
Passengers will be able to ride the Town of Huntington’s HART buses for free during two weeks later this month, a move Town officials hope will encourage residents to consider HART as an alternative to driving their own cars to […]

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Crackdown on BWI and DWI During Labor Day Weekend says SCPD

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Increased patrols to combat drinking while operating motor vehicles and vessels
Suffolk County Police Commissioner Edward Webber has announced a compre
hensive boating and driving while intoxicated crackdown plan to help keep residents safe during Labor Day weekend.
Suffolk County Police will be patrolling for DWI and BWI offenders on Suffolk roads and waterways. The enforcement effort will […]

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9/11 Candlelight Ceremony Honoring 14th Anniversary

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Common Core Changes Expressed by Gov. Coumo, Lupinacci Response

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Statement on Common Core from Assembly Member – Lupinacci September 3rd 2015    
      “Today is a monumental day for the future of New York State’s public education system, as Governor Cuomo has finally decided to reconsider his highly controversial education reforms,” said Lupinacci, following the Governor’s announcement.  “Since budgetary proceedings, my Assembly minority colleagues […]

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Throwback Thursdays from December 12, 2012

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Petrone Votes a Raise for Himself & Cuts White Collar Union Pay 
Huntington’s white-collar workers union have agreed to a concession package that includes a two year pay freeze, a lag payroll for 2013 and a 10% health insurance contribution in the same budget year that Supervisor Petrone voted himself a $4360.00 pay increase. The approximately 200 member union membership, voted […]

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Ethics Board Meeting Today September 2nd 3:30pm Room 114

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Today September 2nd 2015 the Ethics Board will have a meeting in room 114 at town hall starting at 3:30pm. All are
welcome. Join others to see what the Ethics Board is meeting about.
 

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Town of Huntington Takes Steps to Make Woodbury Road Safer

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Improved signage, trimmed trees first phase of improvements by Town.
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and Highway Superintendent Peter Gunther announce that the Town has implemented the first phase of the consultant’s recommendations to improve traffic safety on Woodbury Road.
Town Highway Department workers trimmed trees along the shoulder of the road, which runs 2.5 miles from […]

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