Executive Board of Greater Huntington Civic Group shifts focus to alerting members to projects that are in the infancy stages.
Greater Huntington Civic Group President Steven Spucces announced today that the Group’s Executive Board has unanimously decided to no longer pursue the appeal that had been filed in the Appellate
Continue reading Greater Huntington Civic Group Drops Appeal to Stop Avalon Bay Housing Development
Water valve from which homeless are getting their water supply.
Last weekend, it was discovered that an MTA water valve had been tampered with on the Bonavita property (approved by the Town Board for Avalon Bay), an area near the woods
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While this may be more of a Nassau County issue, I feel it’s still relevant to all Long Island. The Nassau Coliseum referendum project is a pivot point for all Long Island. On a Monday in August, residents will vote–a vote still yet to be determined as legally binding–on whether they want to allow
Continue reading Red Flags For Coliseum Project Shows Parallels to Avalon Bay
Flag over Main Street
In a fitting tribute to Flag Day, the national celebration that commemorates the adoption of the stars and stripes as the official banner of the Revolution, more than fifty Huntington residents gathered in the VFW
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BOE President Bill Dwyer
I write to set the record straight regarding AvalonBay’s most recent proposal and the Huntington Board of Education’s (BOE) position regarding it.
With the first proposal, the Board was approached by AvalonBay 18 months prior
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Image From the Chicago Mercantile Exchange or Huntington's Avalon Bay hearing?
Much of the anger and frustration directed at the town board recently stems from the board’s constant changing of town codes for purely political reasons.
It is unfortunate
Continue reading Huntington POV: Avalon Bay and The Rule of Law
Press Release From Elizabeth C. Black
Trustee Huntington School District
Candidate for the Suffolk County Legislature – 18th LD
Last Thursday (June 2, 2011) the Suffolk County Planning Commission approved the Avalon Bay construction project
Continue reading Liz Black, Candidate for Suffolk County Legislature Comments on Recent Town Board Approval of High Density Housing Project, Avalon Bay
Recent Avalon Bay protesters outside of Town Hall
The Town of Huntington issued this release which covers the main topics from last night’s board meeting:
Huntington, NY – The Huntington Town
Continue reading Huntington Town Board Approves Avalon Bay Rezoning Change in Density Will Allow 379-Unit Housing Project to Proceed
The following statement was released from the office of Huntington Town Councilwoman Susan A. Berland:
The original Avalon Bay proposal for the East 5th Street site called for the creation of a high-density “Transit-Oriented Zone” and the
Continue reading R-3M ZONE CHANGE OK, BUT BERLAND CHALLENGES DEVELOPERS