• Huntingtn Town Hall

Mr. St. George, You Haven’t Got A Prayer!

Thu, Sep 7, 2017


The first and only Democratic Party debate for Town Supervisor was held this evening at the South Huntington Public Library between Councilwoman Tracey Edwards and her challenger Darryl St. George. It’s fair to say it was not much of a debate and more of a crowning of the obvious candidate and a painful exposure of […]

The Perils of Pledges

Thu, Aug 17, 2017


Pledges sound like good things to most people. When they are used in the political arena, that’s when they become suspect.  A group calling themselves Civics United claims to represent a number of civic groups throughout the Town of Huntington.  They composed a list of five things they want town candidates to make a pledge […]

Lupinacci Makes The Case . . . For Staying In Albany

Thu, Aug 3, 2017


The most recent mailing to hit the Huntington mailboxes reminds us of Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci’s record in Albany.  There’s little point highlighting past mailings and who knows what is to come, but this week’s mailing was quite interesting.  It focused on Mr. Lupinacci’s work on the Higher Education Committee.  In his third term in office, […]


Thu, Jun 16, 2016


We had an opportunity to ask Steve Stern, candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, key questions on the upcoming election. With a changing demographic in Nassau and Suffolk, how will you work to reach out to the mix of constituents you hope to represent? I represent a diverse population now, from top income earners to […]

Babylon Punishes Verizon, So Should Huntington

Fri, May 20, 2016


Kudos to the Town of Babylon for canceling contracts with Verizon in light of their ongoing labor dispute.  Verizon workers have been on strike for many weeks with no clear end in sight.  Negotiations were only reportedly just re-starting so we hope Verizon gets the message.  There are a number of hard working Verizon employees […]

Stern Amps Up Congressional Campaign

Sun, May 1, 2016


 Beginning this month, Suffolk County Legislator Steve Stern has amped up his campaign efforts as he seeks  to capture the Democrat nomination for the 3rd Congressional District.  Stern has begun running  commercials touting his vision for Congress, most notably his rejection of Donald Trump’s efforts as the  Republican Presidential candidate. Stern’s efforts are intended to […]

Elections Expect to Bring No Changes

Wed, Oct 28, 2015


 There are those individuals who are so eager for next Tuesday’s election, they are beside themselves with optimism and hope.  Sadly, those  are the people expecting to see big changes in the results with incumbents losing long held seats.  Simply put, that’s not going to happen. The only interesting race in Huntington will be for […]

So . . . Does Anyone Know The Candidates?

Fri, Aug 7, 2015


Great question for all the residents in the Town of Huntington.  We have an election this November.  Huntington Town Council, Town Clerk, Receiver of Taxes locally, a few judges no one really pays attention to, and then County elections.  County Supervisor and three County Legislature seats here in Huntington. It has been a quiet summer […]

Is Huntington Water Protection Regressing?

Thu, May 7, 2015


 This past week, the Huntington Town Board voted to eliminate the need for a  plumbing permit when a resident has a cesspool installed or a sewer connection  worked on.  In a town where fees exist for so many futile purposes, it appears  proper management of our future drinking water has just dropped in importance. For […]

Huntington Sets May 5 Hearing on Ethics Code Revisions

Wed, Apr 22, 2015


 The Huntington Town Board has scheduled a May 5 public hearing on sweeping revisions to the  Town’s Code of Ethics, expanding who must file a disclosure statement and what must be  disclosed, as well as including a comprehensive code of conduct for Town employees. The proposed new code also adds new training requirements for Town […]

Darryl St. George Makes Huntington Town Council Bid Official, Announces Website Launch

Tue, Mar 24, 2015


 Huntington, New York. March 23, 2015—Darryl St. George, a local teacher and veteran who announced on  February 2 that he was exploring a potential run for Huntington Town Council this fall, declared today that he has  made his candidacy official. This announcement comes in conjunction with the launch of his campaign’s new  website, www.darrylstgeorge.com. St. […]

Spencer Calls For More Surveillance

Mon, Mar 23, 2015


 As the keynote speaker at the STEM Diversity Summit held at Farmingdale State College on  March 20th, Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer outlined his vision and priorities for the  future of Long Island and increasing surveillance in the name of cyber security was among his  priorities. Kicking off what most likely is his re-election campaign […]

The Truth is, we really don’t want Hillary Clinton

Wed, Mar 11, 2015


 Have you ever planned a party or gathering of family members and you had to  invite someone you just cannot stand, but are obliged to include them?  The  truth is, many Democrats feel that way about Hillary Clinton and her quest  for the Presidency but just cannot admit it.  But now, the invitation to the […]

Survey Says . . . Not Much

Wed, Feb 25, 2015


 We asked our followers to answer a brief survey titled “What To Expect in  2015” which asked basic questions about the way things are progressing in  Huntington Town government in 2015.  The results should come as no  surprise as an overwhelming number of respondents identified themselves as  either independents or having no political party affiliation. […]

Walsh Crumbling, Will Tinari Follow?

Wed, Jan 7, 2015

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It took them a while but they got him. That seems to be what the big  political news of 2015 begins with. The Suffolk County Conservative  Chairman, Ed Walsh, has been charged with theft of government services  during his time working for the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office. What he cannot be charged with, but is […]