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National Recognition for Coltrane Home’s Needs

In the photo (l-r): Ravi Coltrane, Steve Fulgoni, Councilman Mark Mayoka, Town Historian Robert Hughes, Councilwoman Susan Berland, and Wendy Nicholas and Brent Leggs from the National Trust for Historic Preservation

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Group Plans Town Board Suit

Flag over Main Street

In a fitting tribute to Flag Day, the national celebration that commemorates the adoption of the stars and stripes as the official banner of the Revolution, more than fifty Huntington residents gathered in the VFW

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Suits Seek to Force LIPA to Drop Assessment Challenge

News Conference to Announce Challenge to LIPA Assessment Suit

The Town of Huntington released the following:

The Town of Huntington and the Northport-East Northport School District announced today that each has

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Councilman Mayoka Reflects on the Death of Bin Laden

Councilman Mark Mayoka

As we approach the tenth anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks of September 11th, the day of worldwide epic commemoration occurred on May 1, 2011, when Osma Bin Laden was declared dead.

As

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Conte Awards Gold in Huntington

(from Left to Right) Senator Carl Marcellino, Gold CoastLeadership Award recipient Patricia Grant from Gundermann & Gundermann, Inc and Assemblyman Jim Conte.

Assemblyman Conte issued this release:

Assemblyman Jim Conte (R,I,C,WF-Huntington Station) recently attended the first annual Gold Coast Awards

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The New Coke; Cooper’s Law Bans Synthetic Cocaine Marketed as “Bath Salts”

Legislator Cooper

The office of Legislator Cooper issued this release:

HUNTINGTON, NY—Cocaine is illegal, right? Right…except when it’s synthetically manufactured and marketed as “bath salts.” The latest rage in so-called “legal drugs,” these stimulants can cause extreme paranoia, hallucinations,

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Legislator D’Amaro Recognizes His Chief of Staff Justin Littell Named one of LI’s Top Young Professionals

Suffolk Legislator Lou D’Amaro (D-Huntington Station) honors and recognizes his Chief of Staff Justin Littell as one of Long Island’s Top Young Professionals for 2011. The annual award is sponsored by the Huntington Chamber of Commerce.

From the office

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County Purchase of Helicopter Hangar Saved Taxpayers More Than $1 Million

Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy

The office of County Executive Levy issued this release:

Newsday’s article on Suffolk County’s purchase of a helicopter hangar in Westhampton gave the false impression to the reading public that the county wasted $570,000—when

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Conte Urges Assembly to Pass Lauren’s Law

Assemblyman Jim Conte

The office of Assemblyman Conte issued this release :

Assemblyman Jim Conte (R,I,C,WF-Huntington Station) today held a press conference at the Hauppauge Department of Motor Vehicles urging the state Assembly to pass

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Conte: Assembly Needs to Pass a Property Tax Cap

Assemblyman Jim Conte

The office of Jim Conte issued this release:

Assemblyman Jim Conte (R,I,C,WF-Huntington Station) today called on the leadership of the New York City dominated Assembly Majority conference to bring the governor’s property

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