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Lupinacci Thanks Flanagan For Securing $10,000 For Huntington Sanctuary Project, Serving At-Risk Youth

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci thanked New York State Senator John Flanagan for securing $10,000 in State aid to help support the Huntington Sanctuary Project, which serves at-risk youth in the Town.
 
“The Town thanks Senator Flanagan for his ongoing support,” said Supervisor Lupinacci. “More at-risk kids will now be able to access much-needed services from the […]

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Working Families Voters Choose Cergol

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Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol today thanked Working Families party voters for their resounding support in giving her a landslide victory in the September 13, 2018 primary, beating back a write-in campaign waged by her Republican opponent.

“I am grateful that Working Families party voters saw through the brazen effort on the part of my Republican opponent to steal the November […]

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League Of Women Voters Host Meet The Candidates Night And Take Action Workshop

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Residents of Huntington are invited to a Meet the Candidates Night and a Take Action Workshop hosted by The League of Women Voters of Huntington and co-sponsored by The Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce. The events will be held at Harborfields Public Library, 31 Broadway, Greenlawn, NY.
Meet the Candidates Night
The Meet the Candidates Night will […]

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Lupinacci Orders Flags To Half-Staff To Honor Senator John McCain’s Life Of Service

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci directed that flags on all Town of Huntington buildings be flown at half-staff on Monday, August 27, 2018, to honor U.S. Senator John McCain, who passed away Saturday, August 25th, 2018.
“There are few leaders who have sacrificed as much for our country as Senator John McCain. John McCain spent his life as […]

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Town of Huntington Hires Seasoned Mediator to Resolve LIPA Lawsuit and End Costly Litigation

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At its July 17, 2018 meeting, the Huntington Town Board entered into a mediation agreement to resolve the LIPA lawsuit. The Town Board also approved tax-saving and revenue-producing measures, beautification projects, a skin cancer prevention initiative, and dedicated a street in the name of a local World War II veteran, among other Town business.
 
The Town […]

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THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF HUNTINGTON HOSTED SUCCESSFUL RUNNING AND WINNING 2018 WORKSHOP

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The League of Women Voters of Huntington’s Running and Winning workshop, held on April 18, 2018 was a huge success even surpassing our high expectations. Thirty one students from six schools attended. This was an extraordinary group of female students from very diverse backgrounds who all were extremely engaged for the entire program. The six elected public officials (three […]

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Town Approves Road Repaving Funding and Schedules Public Hearing to Limit Noise Pollution

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At its June 5, 2018 meeting, the Huntington Town Board approved measures funding road repaving and other improvements throughout the Town, scheduled a public hearing to consider limiting the operating time for noise-producing leaf blowers, and established standards and procedures for the placement of memorials at Town parks, beaches and public property.
The Town Board passed […]

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Huntington Young Republicans Honor April Student of the Month

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The Huntington Young Republicans launched their Student of the Month Program in February of 2017 to help engage local high school students in the process of politics and government. This month the organization honored Sheriden Schwertl, senior, of Cold Spring Harbor High School.  Sheriden Schwertl is a senior at Cold Spring Harbor High School.
During her time at Cold […]

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COUNCILMAN COOK SPONSORS RESOLUTION TO CREATE A CARBON FOOTPRINT PROGRESSIVE IMPACT FEE

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Councilman Eugene Cook is sponsoring a resolution to schedule a public hearing to create a Progressive Impact Fee, to allow the Town to reduce the carbon footprint on the environment. The basis of this fund will be a fee for industrial consumption of fossil fuels that will be required of certain large scale fossil fuel users and used to […]

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Huntington Republican Brian Finnegan Named New York State “Republican Rising Star”

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Huntington resident Brian Finnegan was named a Republican “Rising Star” for 2018, by the New York State Young Republican Committee.

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