Letter: Bellone Needs to Sign Redistricting Plans

Today is Martin Luther King Day and a perfect time to ask County Executive Bellone where he stands. He needs to sign the Redistricting bill that the legislature and many of us supported that creates more of an opportunity for diverse representation in our county. Read More …

Letter: Suit Against LIPA Is a Win-Win for Huntington

Why am I running for Huntington town supervisor? I stand with  the people and fight for the community. I am continuing to fight LIPA’s deceptive practices against the taxpayers and the rate payers with my own personally funded lawsuits.  I have uncovered two separate defenses Read More …

Letter: Farewell to the Book Revue, a Mainstay of Huntington Life

To the Editor: Many residents have reached out to me following the announcement of the September 30th closing of Book Revue in Huntington Village. While the news is heartbreaking, it’s been heartwarming to see the universal outpouring of support and affection for this iconic independent Read More …

Letter: Anxiety Amplifies Covid-19 Conflicts on Masks, Vaccines

It’s hard to find people willing to bend on the COVID-19 debate about whether masks or vaccines should be mandated. On one side, there’s the belief we must do what’s best for society. For these folks, that means wearing masks, social distancing and vaccinating anyone Read More …

Letter: Managing the COVID-19 Delta Variant in Schools During Upcoming Semester

Dr. Michael B Grosso, medical director of Huntington Hospital, has written an open letter to school board trustees about the standards needed to keep children safe when schools reopen in the fall. Read More …

Letter: LIPA Returns With a New Assault on Taxpayers

Dear Editor, Over the last month, the Long Island Power Authority unveiled their second assault against residential and commercial class taxpayers in Nassau & Suffolk County. The first assault was betraying the position LIPA took in the 1997 Public Authorities Board hearing granting the LILCO Read More …