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 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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Four candidates will be on the ballot when Huntington School District residents go to the polls on Tuesday, May 21 to fill two seats on the seven-member Huntington School Board. Voting will be held at Huntington High School from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Deniqua Crichlow, William P. Dwyer, Bari Fehrs and Jennifer Mosden
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Last night, in addition to the adopted budget, the Board of Education approved the following Start/End times for all schools in Huntington School District #3 for next year, 2013-2014:
Huntington High School – 7:30AM-2:20PM
J.T. Finley Middle School – 8:05 AM-2:55 PM Woodhull Intermediate – 8:45 AM-3:05 PM
Flower Hill Primary – 9:20 AM-3:40
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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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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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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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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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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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