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Huntington POV: The Berlin Airlift In Huntington

The two major parties in Huntington (as usual) continue to put up blockades around the process of selecting candidates for elected office. In other words, it’s the same old faces and the same old, tired rhetoric from the same old people. As un-american as it is, conformity is the name of the game. Be

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Huntington POV: Mauled by the Mall

I live somewhere within the Town of Huntington (TOH) in the corrupt land of King Frank Petrone.  I am fearful that if I speak up, the next day swarms of TOH employees will find problems with my house or certificate of occupancy, or tell me I failed to trim trees on my property in

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The Ruineers are Voting today?

Tonight the Ruineers vote! Listen to what they are voting on!

This is a follow up on Huntington POV: The Four Ruineers from April 17th 2011

See what Avalon did in Roselle Park NJ. Avalon in our Community will do the same thing as they do everywhere. They will not be good

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POV: Term Limits vs. Career Politicians

In The Beginning
“Derelict in their duties.” “Disconnected from reality.” “Cognizant of only their own self importance.”

Such words and phrases have been used to describe career politicians, whose maniacal pursuit of public adulation has set us on the path of self

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McGrath Asks Is it right for the ATH leadership to back Spector and Hebert?

HUFSD BOE Trustee Rich McGrath

If people wonder why their average property taxes are now 12K, yesterday’s move by the SD #3 Associated Teacher’s of Huntington (ATH) union to endorse Adam Spector and Jen Herbert is a perfect example.

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Huntington POV: BOE President Bill Dwyer Clarifies His Position on AvalonBay Development

Huntington BOE President Bill Dwyer

On Friday, Newsday published an editorial stating that the latest proposal from AvalonBay makes sense for Huntington Station. In the article, I am quoted as stating that as long as the development adheres to

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Huntington POV: Cut From A Different Cloth

Where's it all going?

With America’s national debt now approaching $14.5 trillion and the executive branch of the federal government relentlessly promoting fiscal policies that may only result in a further escalation of that debt, it is little wonder

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Huntington POV: The Four Ruineers

The Avalonians are back….

Did you hear about the Town Board trying to jam Avalon Bay down our throat again? It’s a high density housing project that has 27 buildings and 379 residential units. It also

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Huntington POV: Cooper on Levy’s Campaign Finance Scandal

Levy & Cooper together at the dais before Levy's campaign finance scandal

Dear Editor,

Although some are calling for County Executive Steve Levy to resign in the aftermath of the campaign finance scandal, there are several reasons why this

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Huntington POV: For The Love of An Old Dog

Where's the love?

I am a dog named Station and I’ve been roaming around this town since it was first settled.  When I was still a puppy this part of town was considered one of the most desirable

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