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Veterans Come Out in Support of a Cell Tower

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On September 8th, about 50 people attended the ZBA meeting at Town Hall.  The majority of people in attendance were there to witness a case about a request for special use permit and variance for the purpose of erecting a 100 foot flagpole with cellular antennas and install related equipment.  The applicants were Metro PCS NY LLC and Clear-wire Legacy, LLC.  […]

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Town Opens Small Business Resource & Recovery Center

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Town Hall Press Release
Credit: A.J. Carter
September 15, 2011
Center will provide tools that help small businesses form and grow
The Town of Huntington announces that it is creating a Small Business Resource and Recovery Center at Town Hall to stimulate economic development in the town by helping to provide small businesses with advice and tools that will […]

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Message From Dennis Garetano

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Many of you have been receiving emails from me on various local topics over the last six years.  As you know I am committed to making sure our elected officials do their job. I believe in citizen representation with term limits.  It allows everyday people like us to jump into the political arena, work hard […]

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“My campaign is going to be about the issues,” Deborah Poulos

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Poulos Challenges Stern to Sign Clean Campaign Pledge
Poulos Believes Voters Deserve a Campaign Based on Issues
Dix Hills, NY…Today Deborah Poulos, candidate for County Legislature’s 16th district, announced that she has mailed a “Clean Campaign Pledge” to her opponent Steve Stern.
“My campaign is going to be about the issues,” said Poulos.  “I think the voters of […]

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FEMA Offers Assistance For Loss Of Property & Wages

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Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) Available
Release Date: September 3, 2011
Residents who are unemployed as a direct result of the recent flooding and devastation caused by Hurricane Irene may be eligible for weekly benefit payments under the Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) program, state and federal officials announced today.”The DUA program extends coverage to self-employed people, farm workers […]

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In advance of the September 13th Independence Party primary for the 17 LD of Suffolk County, we would like to pledge our support for Dennis Garetano.  Mr. Garetano’s record as a fiscal watchdog while serving as a member of South Huntington’s Board of Education is well known.  In his eight years of service, he was an articulate advocate for fighting state and […]

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Dennis Garetano – Campaign Kick Off Rescheduled Due To Irene

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The new date For Dennis Garetano’s Fundraiser will be tomorrow, September 6 at the Kick Start Saloon, located at 118 West Hills Road.  The event was originally set for last week but was rescheduled due to Hurricane Irene.  Dennis Garetano is running for Suffolk County Legislator -17th District.  The 17th District is comprised of parts of Huntington, […]

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Upstate Town Needs Help

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Governor Cuomo stated that “Upstate Catskill area has the worst damage in the State”.  He also stated floods inundated 6 towns, destroying more then 600 homes damaging 150 major highways, and knocking out 22 NYS bridges. A minimum of 140,000 farm acres were spoiled with a cost of more than $45 million.  Many homes, cars […]

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The earliest history of Urban Renewal can be traced back to shortly after WWII when the National Housing Act of 1934 was enacted.  This established the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) for the purpose of improving housing conditions and raising housing standards.  This eventually led to the development of The Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Although HUD was developed […]

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Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) New York State’s Freedom of Information Law (Public Officers Law §87 et. seq. ) allows members of the public to access records of governmental agencies. FOIL provides a process for the review and copying of an agency’s records. More information about the Freedom of Information Law can be found at: http://www.dos.state.ny.us/coog/foil2.html
At the […]

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