An excerpt from the May 7, 2014, Town of Huntington press release reads . . . . . .In other action, the Town Board:– approved a restructuring of the General Services Department into seven divisions and the creation of a second deputy
Continue reading Smaller, More Efficient Government? Not In Huntington!
Not satisfied with last week’s ratification of a 400% increase in the Village’s hourly parking rate, Town officials approved a pilot program to implement valet parking at their May 6 Board meeting.
The program, which will be tried in the lot south of Main Street between New and Green Streets, is being managed by
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Waste Watchers: Cutting the Fat from the Government ”Waste” Line
Wasteful spending and general goofing off are not reserved to the Federal government. We have plenty of that in Huntington, too.
Take the Town employee who was having trouble
Continue reading It Is Now “Post” Time
All 178 election districts in the Town of Huntington have made their selections known and the Democrat party, led by incumbent Supervisor Frank Petrone, have emerged victorious with 18,563 votes for Petrone, to Gene Cook’s 17,968.
Incumbent Council Member Mark Cuthburtson led the pack of Town Board contenders with 18,868 votes. Close on his heals was
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A voters version of “The Night Before Christmas”
‘Twas the eve of elections
And all thru the Town
The voters were itchin’
To hand out the crown
The polls were just setting
A-waitin’ to see
Who’d soon be a-sittin’
At the top of the tree
Patrone and his henchmen
Pulled out all the
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Written by: Justin Thompson
The hits just keep on coming for the Town operated LIRR parking garage on the south side of Huntington Station.
In addition to the agonizingly slow structural
Continue reading Who’s In Charge Here?
Former Legislator Jane Devine at a press conference today calling for Gene Cook to withdraw.
Former Suffolk County Legislator Jane Devine (Democrat) and others
Continue reading A Call for Cook To End His Supervisor Campaign
Republicans Gene Cook, Josh Price and Mark Mayoka won nominations for the November ballot. Democrat William Naughton defeated two opponents, Don McKay and Kevin Orelli, for the highway superintendent’s job, which he was first elected to in 1987.