This Week: Boards Meet; Street Renaming

What’s happening in Huntington this week but first, for procrastinators: The filing deadline for federal and state income taxes is April 18 because the usual deadline of April 15 falls on Saturday. It’s also the last day to request a six-month tax extension by filing Form 4868.

Here’s what else is on the schedule, with Tuesday looking especially busy.


The South Huntington Board of Education meets in a special session at 6:30 p.m. The meeting be be available online or can be attended in person at district headquarters at 60 Weston St., Huntington Station.


  • The Huntington Town Board meets at 7 p.m. at Town Hall.  Meetings can be viewed online at the town website, or in person.
  • The  Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce is offering a workshop to veterans on the benefits of becoming an entrepreneur. Learn from experts in the industry of financing, branding, law, and more.  Details.
  • Several libraries are electing trustees and asking voters to approve their budgets. Check with your library for details.
  • Huntington libraries are partnering for a virtual presentation about the sinking of the fishing boat Pelican off Montauk


  • Part of Railroad Street will be renamed in a ceremony Wednesday in honor of  EMS Capt. Alison Russo-Elling. The ceremony to honor the slain first responder is scheduled for 11 a.m. near the Huntington Community First Aid Squad headquarters at 2 Railroad St.
  • The Learning Experience has its grand opening at 4 p.m. at 305 West Jericho Turnpike, Huntington Station.
  • The board of trustees of the Half Hollow Hills Community Library meet in special session at 6:30 p.m. The board will consider the hiring of an attorney to deal with its attempt to remove Executive Director Helen Crosson. The meeting notice said there would be no public participation in the meeting.



The three-day Long Island Jewish Film Festival gets underway at the Cinema Arts Centre, featuring documentaries, films, and a look at Jewish culture.

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