The Huntington Town Board, at its May 7 meeting, approved several changes to Town code to eliminate ambiguities with respect to buildings, fences and accessory structures.
Among the changes, contained in two resolutions approved by the Board, is a clear statement that free-standing garages cannot be used as living spaces, and
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A Community Policing Forum was held to address crime issues in Huntington Station.
Huntington Town Council Members Mark Cuthbertson and Susan A. Berland joined with Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone April 22 to stress the
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Following the favorable response at Hurricane Sandy Recovery Night, the Town of Huntington will open the Building and Housing Department offices from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, December 1 to answer questions and process permit applications for repairing damage caused by the storm.
This accommodation to property
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Amended budget eliminates proposed $600 garage parking fee
The Huntington Town Board today approved a $181.2 million operating budget for 2013 that trimmed $500,000 from the preliminary budget presented in September, freezes the salaries of Town Council members and eliminates the proposal to implement a separate permit fee for
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The Huntington Town Board at its Sept. 24 meeting voted to urge State action on two measures of importance to Town residents: adding invasive bamboo to the invasive species list the State is promulgating and placing limits on the number of retail liquor store licenses that can be issued within a
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The Town of Huntington held a memorial ceremony today at noon in Heckscher Park. It was a moving ceremony honoring the victims of this tragic day. The names of the victims from Huntington were read by Supervisor Frank Petrone, Councilman Mark Cuthbertson,
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Boaters packed the Town Hall meeting room Tuesday, August 7, as the Town of Huntington held a Boating Safety forum to discuss what to do and what not to do when viewing events such as fireworks displays that attract large numbers of vessels.
The forum, which included presentations from
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Councilman Mark Mayoka
On July 24, 2012, Supervisor Petrone and Councilmembers Mark Cuthbertson and Susan Berland put forward legislation to eliminate the elected position of Superintendent of Highways. Petrone, Cuthbertson and Berland want to make the position
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