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Photos from East Northport | Sandy Aftermath

East Northport looks like a war zone.  There are early estimates of 2 – 3 weeks without power there, in the area near Claypitts Park.  These pictures are from there and the surrounding numbered streets.

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Scenes from Sandy Around Huntington Township

Halesite getting hit, near the new roundabout, NY Avenue, Park Avenue, Mill Dam.

Fallen Branch and Powerline on Oakwood Road, Huntington

 

This branch has fallen due to Hurricane Sandy winds, and knocked the power line down, but there is still power. The road has been blocked off.  Many areas of Huntington are without

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Hurricane Sandy Shuts Down Schools in Huntington Township

The following schools will be closed, most on Monday and Tuesday, with the exception of South Huntington on Monday only:

Huntington School District, www.hufsd.edu, will be closed on Monday, October 29,

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Petrone Declares Emergency Because of Hurricane Sandy

In expectation of Huntington feeling the effects of Hurricane Sandy, Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone declared a state of emergency, effective at 5 p.m. Saturday, October 27, 2012, to aid in emergency preparations.

Supervisor Petrone also ordered the Town’s Emergency Operations Center to open at 5 p.m. on Sunday,

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Be Prepared for Hurricane Sandy

We hope everyone stays safe with Hurricane Sandy bearing down on us.  Have you stocked up on supplies?  The lines at gas stations and grocery stores have been out of control today so if you still need supplies, it’s better to go after dinner or early tomorrow

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Supervisor Petrone Urges Residents to Begin Storm Preparations

Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone urged Town residents to begin making preparations for coping with Hurricane Sandy, whose effects are expected to be felt in the Town early next week.

“Now is the time for everybody to secure loose objects, ensure that they have adequate supplies of food

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Creepy Creatures and Famous Historic Guests at the Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt Halloween butler

Halloween creatures have arrived early at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum – and they’re camped out in the luxurious rooms

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Huntington Halloween Fun

Check out the spooky, haunted whaling museum, but not if you’re under age 6. Beware! Please click to enlarge photo.

Haunted Whaling Museum in Cold Spring

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Former U.S. Senator Alan Simpson Visits Vanderbilt Museum

Senator Alan Simpson (center) is shown above in one of the natural-history galleries, visiting with Curator Stephanie Gress and Executive Director Lance Reinheimer.

 

Alan K. Simpson,

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