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After the Devastation-Halesite

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(Halesite, NY 8/28/11 8:10pm) Irene is gone but she left us some nasty reminders as 400,000+ homes are without electricity and many are still flooded.
Here are some of the pictures we discovered today.
PICTURES FROM HALESITE
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After the Devastation-Lloyd Harbor

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(Lloyd Harbor, NY 8/28/11 3:10pm) Irene is gone but she left us some nasty reminders.  These are pictures of the impact on Lloyd Harbor.
 

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After the Devastation-Cold Spring Harbor

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(Cold Spring Harbor, NY 8/28/11 4:10pm)
PICTURES FROM COLDSPRING HARBOR after Hurricane Irene:

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State of Emergency Asharoken

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Asharoken State of Emergency
Mayor’s Update:
10:00 AM, Sunday, August 28, 2011
Hurricane Irene Advisory
Asharoken Mayor Pat Irving has declared a State of Emergency for the Village of Asharoken. Asharoken Avenue is closed.
Conditions at the sea wall have worsened to the point where vehicular travel in that area has become dangerous.
Furthermore, many areas of the dunes along Asharoken […]

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LIPA Outages on Long Island

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(Long Island, NY 9/1/11 updated 10:25pm) – Access LIPA Electrical Outages here at TheHuntingtonian.
Right now there are still 22,360 customers in the township of Huntington without electric as per LIPA.
See updated chart below:
At 10pm there were 4,200 customers without power.
At 12am there are 7,200 customers without power.
At 12:50 there are 12,862 customers without power.
At 1:00am […]

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Huntington Preps For Irene – Gallery

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Click on any picture to enlarge and view gallery.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Greater Huntington Civic Group Fundraiser – A Big Success

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On Wednesday, August 24,  nearly 100 people showed up for the Greater Huntington Civic Group’s (GHCG) first fundraiser.  The event was held at the Harbor Club in Huntington.  Steven Spucces, the group’s founder and President said he was thrilled that the event was filled to capacity.  “It shows that the people are supportive of what we […]

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Storm Update from Asharoken Village

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For Immediate Release
August 26, 2011
Contact:  Mayor Patricia Irving
(631) 261-7098
This is Asharoken Mayor Pat Irving. Supervisor Frank Petrone and I have announced a Voluntary Evacuation of the Village and Eaton’s Neck beginning at 9:00 AM, Saturday morning, August 27th.
“If you have someplace else to go, you should go there”. It is anticipated that the dunes along […]

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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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In the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) that was filed by Avalon Bay they claim a lot of things and some of them are the following:
Page ix Executive Summary
Sewage flow from the proposed development would be directed to and treated by the Huntington Wastewater Treatment Plant. As part of the proposed action, a new sewer pump […]

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