Public Hearings Scheduled for Town Board Meeting

The Huntington Town Board meets Tuesday at 2 p.m., at Town Hall. The meeting can also be viewed online. Here is the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting.   1. Public Hearing #1 Consider authorizing various actions be taken upon certain  properties designated as Blighted in accordance Read More …

Campaign: Meet the Candidates Online Forum

Candidates for Huntington town supervisor and the Town Board will meet Sept. 20 in an online forum sponsored by the Huntington Township Housing Coalition. The Facebook candidates night runs from 7-9 p.m. on the Huntington Public Library page on Facebook. Democrats Meet With PATH Town Read More …

Board Okays Juneteenth Holiday, Comp Time for Town Workers

The Huntington Town Board has established Juneteenth  as an official town holiday and created a one-time paid Covid-19 compensatory time program for eligible essential employees. Juneteenth celebrates President Abraham Lincoln’s order to end slavery with the Emancipation Proclamation. Though ordered in 1862, word did not Read More …

Democratic Online Forum Scheduled

Three Democratics seeking election to the Huntington Town Board in November will meet in an online forum Tuesday. Jen Herbert, former Huntington school board president, Joe Schramm, a Northport businessman and Hunter Gross, who is challenging for a spot on the ballot, will meet at Read More …

Public Hearing Set May 11 on Property Hit by Bullets

The Town Board will consider whether to designate a property as blighted at a public hearing on May 11. The property at 50 Teed St., Huntington Station has been the subject of numerous complaints in recent months. In January, the two-family house was hit by Read More …

Huntington Restaurants Can Expand Dining Into Parking Spaces

Huntington restaurants will soon be able to expand outdoor dining services into parking spaces in front of their businesses. The Town Board voted last week to approve the temporary option, proposed by Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci. “As outdoor gathering limits expand more rapidly than Read More …

Town Board Rejects 2 Candidates for Deputy Parks Director

Both candidates for deputy parks director were rejected by the Town Board at its meeting last week. Supervisor Chad Lupinacci’s resolution recommended Cable Todd Jamison for the job; the resolution failed, with Lupinacci and Councilman Ed Smyth voting for it; Democrats Mark Cuthbertson and Joan Read More …

Town Board Approves Pool Use Contracts

The Huntington Town Board approved the use of the Dix Hills Park pool by the following groups of children this summer: Gateway Gardens Tri Community and Youth Agency Whitman Village Housing Development Fund Corpration. The town board also approved execution of an agreement with Titan Read More …

Happening in Huntington: Trivia Night, Town Board Meeting

Here are a few events coming up this week around Huntington.  For more events, see our calendar Monday: The Huntington Public Library returns to curbside service only at both of its buildings becaues of the Covid-19 epidemic. Temple Beth El hosts a blood drive between Read More …

Town Board Votes to Approve LIPA Tax Settlement, 4-1

The Huntington Town Board voted Thursday to accept a  settlement with the Long Island Power Authority that will sharply reduce the utility’s taxes on the Northport power plant, a decision that could finally bring the lengthy legal battle to its conclusion. The vote was 4-1, Read More …