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May The Memory of Maggie Motivate Us To Get Louder, Take Action & Demand More

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So this tragic murder of Maggie Rosales (RIP) is undoubtedly a flashpoint for us as a community. Regardless of the details, our grievances with our county and town’s elected officials and the misallocation of police resources to our communities does not waiver.

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Letter: Why Is The Town In The Real Estate Business?

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I was a witness to the exchange between Supervisor Petrone, Councilman Cuthbertson, and SD B.O.E. president Rogan at the last Town Board meeting. To say I am disappointed in our Town’s leadership is an understatement.

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Letter From HUFSD PTA Council Executive Board Regarding Disparate Treatment By The Town Board & IDA

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We are writing in support of comments made by Emily Rogan, the President of the Huntington School District’s Board of Education at the Town Board meeting of September 16, 2014 regarding the disparate treatment of our district by both the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency and the Huntington Town Board.

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Editorial: Berland Needs Phone Call Reminder To Do Her Job

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On September 16, 2014, Huntington School Board President Emily Rogan spoke on public record on behalf of the entire Huntington School Board at the Huntington Town Board meeting. She explained that the School Board was asking for better support and communication from the Town Board.   You can see the video here.  Supervisor Petrone and Councilman […]

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In response to the meeting notice for the IDA hearing regarding The Huntington Hotel’s request for tax relief, Superintendent Jim Polansky sent the following letter to the chairman of the IDA.  The meeting is scheduled for August 26 at 2:00.

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After the November 5, 2013 election a group of citizens decided to do a Voter Integrity Check.

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Common Core Can’t Be Forgotten

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A legislative column from Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci.

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Editorial: Huntington School District Voters Should Turn Out Tuesday and Vote YES!

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On Tuesday, May 20, 2014, voters across Long Island will have the opportunity to voice their opinion about the school district budget in their local community.
It is more than likely that the budget in the Huntington School District will pass with flying colors but nothing should be taken for granted.
In terms of numbers and process […]

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Letter From Huntington PTA Council President

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On May 20th the Huntington Union Free School District, like school districts across the state, will offer its 2014-2015 school budget for the community’s approval.  I encourage all district residents to take the time to support your community and the students of our district by voting on the 20th at Huntington High School between 6am and 9pm.
The proposed […]

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The question is not so much “why do politicians do unethical, immoral, and selfish things?, the question is, why do we put up with it?

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