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Huntington BOE Adopts Budget

The Huntington Board of Education (BOE) adopted a $114-million budget last night on a 5-2 vote with BOE president Emily Rogan and trustees Tom DiGiacomo, Adam Spector, Jen Hebert and Xavier Palacios voting for it and board vice president John Paci III and trustee Richard McGrath voted against it. Superintendent James W. Polansky offered two slightly

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Board Approves Amnesty on Overdue Parking Tickets

The Huntington Town Board, at its March 5 meeting, voted to declare a one-month amnesty on overdue traffic summonses, allowing people to settle their accounts by paying 60 percent of the value of their fines and penalties.

The amnesty, which will be in effect from April 1 to April

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Important Town Hall Meeting Tonight at 7pm: Resolution for Public Hearing on Instituting Term Limits

We were recently informed that there is a resolution calling for a public hearing on instituting Term Limits for the four council members of the Town Council and the Supervisor. This resolution would limit the Town Council members and the Supervisor to two consecutive terms. We were asked to spread the word on this.

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Busing, School Safety, and STEM School at Jack Abrams

Huntington School District 3 Board members kept busy during their public meeting this past Monday night, listening to presentations on school safety and security and the district’s mileage limits for the bus transportation of students.

District officials recently conducted a top-to-bottom review of security in every school building. The review utilized the services of

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Huntington Town Board Acts on Variety of Measures

After a moment of silence in memory of the 26 children and adults murdered at a Newtown, Connecticut elementary school, the Huntington Town Board concluded its meeting schedule for 2013 by acting on a wide variety of measures Tuesday December 18.

At the meeting, the Board:

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Huntington Building Department Opens Today to Process Sandy-Related Permits

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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Huntington Town Board Approves 2013 Budget

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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Message About School Calendar from Huntington’s Superintendent James Polansky

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Again, in the wake of the recent storms, please be aware of the following items as we move forward:

There will be adjustments made to the district calendar in terms of vacation days. This will be a topic of discussion at Monday’s Board of Education Meeting. We will make calendar-related decisions shortly

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News from the Town of Huntington

Special Town Board Meeting Scheduled to Consider 2013 Budget Matters, Various Resolutions to be Considered Pertaining to Huntington Budget 2013

DATE:                        Thursday, November 15, 2012

TIME:                          9 a.m.

PLACE:                    Town Board Room,  Huntington Town Hall

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Huntington Board Urges State Action on Two Measures: Bamboo and Liquor Stores

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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