Assemblyman Chad Luppinacci is reminding Huntington residents and small businesses about the pending deadline to file for Superstorm Sandy disaster relief. Applications for federal assistance for both personal and business recovery are due by January 28.
Residents must first register with FEMA to be eligible for federal disaster assistance even if they have contacted
Continue reading Deadline for Disaster Assistance is January 28
Along with the most moderate winter weather we have seen in quite some time there is cautious optimism from many pundits of the real estate market. Housing demand continues to strengthen and buyers are active. The number of contracted sales in December 2011 was 5 % higher than one year ago.This is a positive sign
Continue reading Real Estate Report for 2012
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
Suffolk County Planning Commission will consider the Avalon Bay Application
The Avalon Bay application has been placed on the Suffolk County Planning Commission agenda for consideration Today, June 1st, 2011 12:00 noon at the Maxine S. Postal Auditorium
Continue reading AVALON BAY APPLICATION — TODAY!
The Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce Compliments Petrone’s Vision & Leadership. Urges Town Board to Approve Zone Change.
This article was originally posted just as the story broke at 4pm on the Friday of
Continue reading Chamber Supports Avalon Bay.
Supervisor Petrone offering his welcome.
Melville, NY – Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone formally welcomed Power Home Remodeling Group. to Huntington at a May 20 ceremony marking the opening of the Pennsylvania-based company’s
Continue reading Petrone Welcomes Home Remodeling Firm to Melville
The spring market has had a slow start; yet, a month into it and there are signs that it just might be a good one. The stock market is up, interest rates remain low, the weather is improving and more homes are coming on the market. Many homeowners recognize the shift that has taken
Continue reading Risa’s Real Estate: A Good Spring Coming
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
Continue reading Huntington POV: The Four Ruineers
The commercial real estate community wants its turn at a tax credit and is pushing a bill that would give incentives to those who invest now. Called the Community Recovery and Enhancement Act, the bill would provide short-term tax incentives to jumpstart reinvestment
Continue reading Julie Carnevale’s Real Estate: More Tax Incentives for Real Estate Industry?