With a forecast for significant snow and high winds starting early tomorrow morning and continuing throughout the day, Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone declared a snow emergency, effective at 12:01 a.m. January 23, closed Town facilities and cancelled all activities and events.
“This is our first storm of the season, and the forecast is
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The Huntington Town Board, at its November 5 meeting, approved a $188,663,991Town budget for 2016, a spending plan that remains within the state’s tax cap while maintaining services at a time when revenues are stagnant and fixed costs are increasing.
The budget, which was presented by Supervisor Frank P. Petrone in September, contains no
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Environmental review covers three proposals under consideration by Town’s Huntington Station master developer.
The Huntington Town Board, at its September 16 meeting, took the next step in Huntington Station’s revitalization by approving the Huntington Station Gateway Plan, the environmental impact document covering three sites under consideration for redevelopment by Renaissance Downtowns, the Town’s
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Supervisor Frank Petrone addresses Vision Long Island to discuss Long Island infrastructure projects.
Huntington Supervisor Frank P.
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Memorial at Depot Road Park honors three young Huntington Station residents
Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and his Town Council colleagues joined community members July 16 in dedicating three trees and a stone marker at Depot Road Park in memory of three Huntington Station residents whose murders mobilized the community into joining with the Town
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At its May 5th meeting, the Huntington Town Board approved Resolution #2015-221 asking the New York State Legislature to provide peace officer status for its staff of uniformed fire marshals.
During the public comment session of the Board meeting, resident Andrew Scanlon, questioning the wisdom of the peace officer recommendation, asked Supervisor Frank
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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone declared an official snow emergency, effective at 10 a.m. Monday, January 26, and announced the cancellation of all activities and programs scheduled for today and tomorrow at Town facilities, in expectation of a storm that is expected to pick up strength Monday night and continue throughout the day Tuesday.
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Former Chief of Detectives, Second Precinct Commander will work with Suffolk County police and community leaders on security issues
The Huntington Town Board, as part of the continuing effort to work with the Suffolk County Police Department and the community on increasing security and cracking down on crime in Huntington Station, voted today to
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TOH celebrating the official opening of Avalon Bay Huntington Station.
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and Councilman Mark Cuthbertson helped
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Legislator Spencer joins state and local leaders to call for Huntington’s fair share
With the LIRR strike in the forecast, Legislator Spencer was joined by state and local leaders to call on the MTA to provide shuttle bus services for Huntington commuters. “With no settlement in sight, we stand here today with a united
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