Board to Seek Attorney General’s Opinion on Ciappetta’s Dual Roles

The Town Board voted Tuesday to seek a legal opinion from the state attorney general on the propriety of the town attorney also holding the position of deputy town supervisor. The vote was 3-2, with Council members Gene Cook, Ed Smyth and Mark Cuthbertson supporting Read More …

Price Named to Run New Adjudication Bureau

Updated: The Town Board appointed Josh Price director of the newly formed Bureau of Administrative Adjudication Tuesday night but not before a battle over the lack of other candidates. Turned down for the job last month, Price was approved, 3-2, Tuesday after Town Councilman Eugene Read More …

Board Rejects Appointment to Lead Bureau

The Huntington Town Board Monday rejected the appointment of Josh Price as director of the new Bureau of Administration Adjudication. The vote was 3-2 with Council members Gene Cook, Mark Cuthbertson and Joan Cergol voting against him, and Supervisor Chad Lupinacci and Council member Ed Read More …

Gas Station Self-Service Law on Public Hearing Agenda

The Town Board will take on up the ban on self-service at gas stations at a public hearing on Dec. 17.   The town banned self-service in the 1980s and is believed to be the only town in New York State to do so. Under the Read More …

Town Board Rejects Forming Committee on Northport School

The Town Board voted Tuesday against forming a committee to look into health concerns at Northport Middle School. Councilman Eugene Cook had proposed the committee but the board rejected the idea, 4-1, with the majority deciding to defer to the school district, which had opposed Read More …

New Town Court to Handle Code Violations

The Huntington Town Board has approved the establishment of a town court to handle town code violations.  The Bureau of Administrative Adjudication will be led by a full-time director appointed by the supervisor to a five-year term. The town will name up to seven attorneys Read More …

Early Voting Over, Campaigns Come to a Head on Election Day

New York’s first year of early voting has come to an end, but right around the corner is the big prize: Tuesday is Election Day, which will decide races for Huntington and Suffolk County positions.  Two incumbents are running for re-election for Town Board: independent Read More …