The Village Tattler found these broken Cook, Mayoka, Price lawn signs on Boxer Court, between the Town of Huntington Highway Department buildings.
Statement from Councilman Mark Mayoka:
The 2014 Preliminary Budget that was distributed yesterday morning calls for a million dollar tax
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When Super-storm Sandy and Nor’easter Athena struck our shores last October and November I was deeply concerned about the health and welfare of our residents. In response to these needs I have been sponsoring an ongoing food drive.
I have made deliveries to many of our food pantries since December and am
Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Replenish Huntington Food Pantries
Councilman Mark Mayoka wants you to Slow Down. According to AAA, deadly traffic crashes peak for teens during the summer months of June, July and August. Councilman Mayoka
Continue reading Team Up to Slow Down On the Road
Last week at a June 4 town meeting, the Huntington Town Board accepted and adopted the Huntington Station development strategy submitted by the master developer, Renaissance Downtowns at Huntington Station LLC.
The strategy, which was presented to the Town Board at its May meeting, described in broad terms the
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The Town of Huntington will join forces with the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) to help Stamp Out Hunger. Now in its 21st year, the annual food drive has grown from a regional to a national effort that provides assistance to the millions of Americans struggling to put food on the table.
Continue reading Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Celebrates 21 Years
On February 26, I represented the Town Board at the Huntington Chamber Networking Breakfast where the topic of the
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While awaiting the results of the New York State Audit, Councilman Mark Mayoka believes that the Town Board needs to improve the budget process with 3 open government initiatives.
Councilman Mayoka is sponsoring a resolution to require that members of the Town Council have at least 30 days to review any