One of my recent stories incorrectly reported that Town Spokesman AJ Carter failed to respond to my inquiry regarding the Blighted Property at 65 Youngs Hill Road, Halesite. See villagetattler.com/2014/03/26/get-dime/
I was wrong!
Mr. Carter replied to my inquiry on the same day that I asked the question.
Continue reading A Correction and An Apology
65 Youngs Hill, March 23, 2014
It’s been a year since Village Tattler reporters filed a Blighted Property complaint citing the dilapidated residence at 65 Youngs Hill Road, Halesite.
Over the last
Continue reading Get Off The Dime
This sign is ignored, on East 8th Street, close to Depot Road, Huntington Station.
Government’s main function is to serve the people. So it’s exasperating when their policies
Continue reading Town Policies Heighten Big Rig Problem
New York Avenue and Mill Lane
Sometimes, a little digging uncovers gold nuggets. Two more derelict properties have been found to be owned by very visible landlords.
The long-abandoned former gasoline station
Continue reading Other Public Agencies And Non-Profits Own the Blight
Town Council members
The Huntington Town Board, at its February 4 meeting, approved four measures aimed at furthering proposals for Huntington Station revitalization, advancing the Columbia Terrace affordable housing development and allowing for the possibility
Continue reading Town Board Approves Huntington Station Housing Development and Hotel Rezoning
Blighted Property – Creek Road
Huntington’s blighted, derelict and abandoned properties are much more evident now that winter has settled into Long Island. What’s not so evident is that the Town actually owns at least
Continue reading Town Owns Some of the Blight and All of the Responsibility
Avalon Bay Lottery was held on January 7 at Huntington Town Hall.
As applicants watched in enthusiastic anticipation at the Town Board meeting room on January 7,
Continue reading Town of Huntington Holds Avalon Bay Lottery
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone took the oath of office for a record sixth time January 6 and in an address outlined an agenda for the next for years that brings to fruition projects that implement his long-term
Continue reading Supervisor Petrone Outlines His Agenda at Inaugural Ceremony