Maybe it’s the economy. Maybe it’s gentrification. Maybe it’s absentee landlords.
Whatever the cause, they’re eyesores that devalue nearby properties and drain town resources. They’re dangerous temptations for curious children,
Continue reading Blight Continues Despite Town Initiative
Long a blemish on the border between Cold Spring Hills and Huntington, the site was the subject
Continue reading Jericho Turnpike Eyesore Razed
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone announces that applications are now being accepted for the 43 affordable rental apartments that are part of the 379-unit Avalon at Huntington Station development currently under construction on East 5th Street.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for people to become part of what will
Continue reading Avalon Bay Rental Application Process Begins
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
Continue reading Huntington Election Results: Petrone Wins
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
Continue reading The Eve of Elections
October 29 marks the one-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, which prompted the largest emergency management operation in the Town of Huntington’s history. Superintendent of Highways William Naughton, whose crews removed more than 530,000 yards of debris that clogged town roadways following the storm, reflected on the calamitous event this week.
Continue reading Reflections on Superstorm Sandy on its One-Year Anniversary
The Huntington Town Board plans to receive public comment on the proposed budget for 2014 on October 15 at 6 p.m. in Town Hall.
Besides planning to aggressively enforce parking violations in the Village, see villagetattler.com/2013/10/11/town-huntington-plans-ticket-blitz/ the budget contains myriad other items that directly affect residents, business people and taxpayers.
It takes some
Continue reading Budget Shows TOH Expense by Department
You don’t even have to read between the lines. It’s right there in black-and-white as part of the Executive Budget Summary (page 19) in the Town of Huntington 2014 Preliminary Budget Proposal.
It says . . . . . .”Increasing parking meter fees and aggressively enforcing parking rules through issuance of parking summonses.”
Continue reading Town of Huntington Plans Ticket Blitz