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Special Town Board Meeting Scheduled to Consider 2013 Budget Matters, Various Resolutions to be Considered Pertaining to Huntington Budget 2013

DATE:                        Thursday, November 15, 2012

TIME:                          9 a.m.

PLACE:                    Town Board Room,  Huntington Town Hall


Councilman Mark Mayoka, CPA and The Huntington Small Business Resource and Recovery Center Present: Small Business Strategies for Recovery from Hurricane Sandy

Helping Huntington’s Small Businesses Recover from Hurricane Sandy is vital to our community.  Small Business Survival Strategies have never been more important after the crushing blow of Hurricane Sandy. Please come join us on the morning of November 14th at Huntington Town Hall on 100 Main Street for a workshop focused on helping your business survive and recover from Hurricane Sandy. The Small Business Workshop will be moderated by Councilman Mark Mayoka, CPA.  It will feature a panel of business survival experts providing advice and direction to help you get through this crisis. As always there is no charge for this event.

Come Help Huntington Small Businesses Recover from Sandy.  Share stories, ideas, and strategies and together we can help Huntington recover. In addition, we will be collecting donations of non-perishable food, cleaning supplies, work gloves, and batteries for Hurricane Sandy victims. Please feel free to bring any of those items as part of a donation.

Registration /Networking begins at 8:30am | Program runs from 9:00am to 10:30am


New Date, Location Set for Informational Meeting on Proposed HART Route and Schedule Changes

An informational meeting on proposed route and schedule changes for Huntington Area Rapid Transit (HART) that was cancelled in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy will now be held on Saturday, November 17 from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the Northport Public Library, 151 Laurel Ave., Northport.

The changes, the first significant route and schedule changes since the Town-operated bus system began operations in 1978, would take effect in January. Under the plan, the existing three routes would be replaced with four new routes, adding 20.5 miles to the system. Buses will run more frequently than under current schedules. The changes will offer better direct service with less need to transfer between buses to complete trips. The new routes maintain service to all major facilities. However, two weekday peak-rail feeder routes that have lost most of their ridership are being eliminated.

The new routes can also be viewed on the town’s website at

The November 17 session replaces one that had been scheduled for November 3 at the East Northport Public Library and is the second of two such meetings. The first was held in Huntington October 27. HART will be running more frequent service on November 17 to make it more convenient for residents to attend.



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