Town Board Approves Accessory Apartment Law Changes

Changes to Huntington’s accessory apartment law were approved 3-2 at Tuesday’s meeting. Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Council members Joan Cergol and Mark Cuthbertson approved the changes while Council members Ed Smyth and Gene Cook voted against it. The changes will lower minimum frontage requirements Read More …

Changes in Accessory Apartment Law Debated at Town Board Hearing

Changes to a local zoning law were debated Wednesday in a public hearing before the Huntington Town Board in hopes to make accessory apartments more affordable and available for homeowners and renters. Some of these changes would include reducing the lot size requirement from 7,500 Read More …

Town Board Acts on Short-Term Rentals, Changes in Accessory Apartment Law

In light of recent concerns raised by local residents, the Huntington Town Board has amended the town code on short-term rentals, and is considering approving a change the accessory apartment section of the code. With homestay and rental services, like Airbnb, becoming more and more Read More …

Accessory Apartments Discussed at Huntington Housing Conference

The Huntington Township Housing Coalition hosted a community conversation last week with  dozens of residents asking questions and commenting on different housing experiences they have had. The panels were hosted at the Cinema Arts Centre allowing an open dialogue between Huntington residents and experts, including Read More …