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Vol. 14, No. 23
September 14, 2017
Edwards wins Democrat party line for supervisor A3 Huntington Lighthouse receives $145K grant A5 Cold Spring Harbor erects new 9/11 memorial A7 Photos: Unity in the Community parade A14
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Zacarese unofficially wins Republican sheriff primary By Alex Petroski firstname.lastname@example.org
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Career law enforcement officer and Kings Park resident Larry Zacarese (R) defeated state Sen. Phil Boyle (R-East Islip) Sept. 12 to capture the Republican primary in the race to fill the sheriff’s seat in Suffolk County, which is up for grabs following a May announcement by incumbent Vincent DeMarco (R) that he wouldn’t seek another term. Though the results were listed as unofficial by the Suffolk County Board of Elections at the time of print, Zacarese garnered 12,323 votes to Boyle’s 9,586. “First and foremost, I want to thank my family, friends and all of the volunteers who worked tirelessly alongside me for the past 10 months,” Zacarese said on his campaign website. “I also want to thank all of the primary voters in Suffolk County who placed their trust in me and took time out of their busy lives to vote for me today. I am humbled by their support. Tomorrow we start fresh with laser focus on the general election.”
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Boyle could not be reached for comment. The general election to select the next Suffolk County sheriff will take place Nov. 7 and will pit Zacarese against former Huntington Town Board member Stuart Besen (D). Boyle has not ruled out a run on the Democratic ticket.
Correction In the Sept. 7 issue of The Times of Huntington, we mistakenly ran a brief encouraging voters to participate in a primary for Suffolk County district attorney that was not taking place. We regret the error.
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Edwards wins Democratic primary for town supervisor By Sara-Megan WalSh email@example.com
will not lead us to victory.” St. George could not be reached for comment. The risky decision by Huntington CounEdwards was elected to the town board in cilwoman Tracey Edwards (D) to run for 2014, after serving 10 years on the board of town supervisor rather than seek re-election education in the Elwood school district. She to the town board has paid off so far follow- previously served on the board of directors of ing her primary night victory Sept. 12. the Long Island Association and worked for Edwards beat challenger 37 years at Verizon, starting as and Centerport resident Daran operator and climbing the ryl St. George (D), 3,482 votes ladder to regional president of to 1,664 votes, in the primary network operations. to become the Huntington “My priority No. 1 is the Democratic Party candidate safety and protection of famifor town supervisor, based on lies,” Edwards said. “What the unofficial election results we want to put together and posted Sept. 13 by the Suffolk what we want to share is our County Board of Elections. bold platform which focuses Winning more than 60 per— Tracey Edwards on safety by tackling the gang cent of the overall vote, Edproblem and eliminating the wards is already looking foropioid and heroin epidemic in ward to the general election. our town.” “I am ecstatic,” Edwards Over the last three years, said. “You are always a little nerEdwards spearheaded the crevous, of course. But I was ecstatic to receive ation of Huntington Opportunity Resource the confidence of the Democratic voters.” Center, a program that offers assistance with The councilwoman said she had already job hunting and career training for unemreached out to St. George Wednesday morn- ployed and underemployed residents. She ing to speak to him about working together in has also been an advocate for Huntington the runup to the November general election. Station revitalization, a plan which includes “I would like to call on Darryl and his construction of veterans housing, art space, supporters to join forces,” Edwards said. stores, sidewalks and a parking garage, while “We must work together to advance our also working to stamp out crime. Democratic and Progressive goals. Division Edwards has more than $150,000 available
‘My priority No. 1 is the safety and protection of families.’
Photo on left from Tracey edwards; photo on right from Darryl St. george
huntington Councilwoman Tracey edwards (D) beat challenger Darryl St. george in the Sept. 12 Democratic primary for town supervisor. in her war chest to spend in the lead up to the Nov. 7 election, according to the 11-day preprimary financial disclosure report filed with New York State Board of Elections. The Town of Huntington supervisor race is wide open as incumbent Supervisor Frank Petrone (D), 72, announced in April he would not be seeking re-election. He has
served for nearly a quarter of a century, as he was first elected to the position in 1993. Edwards is running on the Democratic, Independent, Working Families and Women’s Equality lines. She will face-off against Republican candidate, state Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R) and a Green Party candidate, pending the outcome of the Sept. 12 primary.
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Depot Road Park renamed to honor fallen fire chaplain By Sara-Megan WalSh firstname.lastname@example.org
day, we dedicate this stone and plaque in honor of Richie. It will stay here for years and watch over the people in this park as Eight years after the tragic death of a Richie did for us for so many years.” Huntington Manor firefighter, a town park In the early morning of Sept. 9, 2009, has been renamed to honor his service to Holst was walking to 7-Eleven on Depot the community. Road when he saw smoke Huntington Town rising from the adjacent Supervisor Frank shopping center. He reportPetrone (D) and the ed the fire and immediatetown board announced ly went to the scene to beDepot Road Park is now gin evacuation of the stores officially Richard W. and checking for possible Holst Memorial Park, trapped occupants. Shortly renamed after the late after firefighters arrived, fire police captain, Holst suffered a heart atchaplain, and posthutack and died. mous honorary chief of The fire was determined Huntington Manor Fire to have started in Uber Department. Cafe, a bagel shop, and po“It is our honor to lice later ruled the incident rededicate this park in arson, Petrone said. One his name for his heroic of the shop’s owners pled efforts and his giving to guilty to attempted arson, this community, continthe second owner was later uously,” Petrone said. convicted of arson. Holst, a U.S. Navy The newly renamed veteran, joined the Huntington Station park off Huntington Manor fire East 20th Street is only a department in 1978. few hundred feet from the He served for 31 years, site of the fatal fire. It feaspending 26 of those as tures a playground and Litthe department’s chaptle League baseball fields. — Councilman Mark Cuthbertson lain and captain of the “Depot Road Park is a fire police. Prior to his special place, it’s a hidden death, Holst was electgem in our park system,” ed chief chaplain of the New York State As- Councilman Mark Cuthbertson (D) said. sociation of Fire Chaplains in 2008. His fel- “I think like many of you firefighters who low firefighters affectionately called him, knew Chief Holst, he was a hidden gem “the Rev.” in our community. He was someone who “As chaplain, Rich spent countless was there to serve, dedicated his life to hours looking after, comforting and at service in the [U.S.] Navy and in the fire times consoling members and families of department, then the important role of the Huntington Manor Fire Department,” chaplain. So much of his time was dedisaid Jon Hoffman, first assistant chief of cated to others.” In addition to the park’s new signage, a Huntington Manor Fire Department. “To-
‘Chief [Richard W.] Holst, he was a hidden gem in our community.’
large stone was unveiled bearing a memorial plaque with Holt’s image, notes about his accomplishments and details about his death. Deacon Edward Billia from St. Hugh of Lincoln Roman Catholic Church said a blessing over both the sign and memorial stone. Noreen Holst appeared deeply touched by the tribute paid to her late husband. While she declined to speak publicly, she clutched a tissue in hand while Huntington Manor Assistant Chief Chuck Brady thanked all those who attended Saturday’s ceremony on behalf of the family. Huntington Manor Fire Commissioner Chris Fusaro encouraged the young members of the organization to take a long look around at those gathered and ask to hear personal stories about Holst’s exemplary life. “For all you who don’t know what firefighters do, it’s day and night, holidays and weekends when you get up from the table, get out of bed to go and respond,” Fusaro said. “Rich did that. He did it willingly and always from his heart.”
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From top, noreen holst, huntington Town Board, and huntington Manor fire department members unveil memorial plaque dedicated to richard W. holst, center; huntington Manor firefighters salute their former colleague; and, holst’s memorial plaque with inscription.
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Lighthouse gets $145K grant
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Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society receives a $145,000 grant that helps the organization reach the $1 million needed to complete foundation repairs.
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The future of a historic lighthouse in Huntington Bay is looking bright. The 105-year-old Huntington Lighthouse will undergo much-needed repairs this fall thanks to preservation efforts by members of the nonprofit Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society, which in August secured a $145,000 matching grant from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation. Kathryn Curran, executive director of the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation, when announcing the grant recipient, highlighted the lighthouse’s “vital role as a cultural entity, enhancing education and preserving heritage in the community.” The Gardiner grant, which the preservation society applied for in July 2016, will be used to complete what members are calling phase one of restoration efforts to the lighthouse’s exterior foundation. It will also allow the lighthouse to reopen for tours and educational groups again after two years of dormancy, as well as mark the return of the Lighthouse Music Fest. Steel sheeting has been placed around the entire base of the structure to ensure more stability for the next 100 years against rough weather conditions. A brand new landing platform will be installed to replace a deteriorating one. Pamela Setchell, president of the Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society, said she believes it was her passion for the historic landmark that clinched the highly-competitive grant during the interview process. “For me, it’s just a dream,” said Setchell, a lifelong Huntington resident who has been exploring the lighthouse since she was young. “Just knowing she is going to be strong for another 100 years and hopefully go on to tell its story to everybody and to children and continue on … it means the world.” She said without these restoration efforts, the lighthouse would become unstable and rapidly deteriorate, undoing the last 30 years of work the society has done to upkeep its interior. Setchell joined the society upon its formation in 1985 when threats of demolition loomed over the structure. “We took it over in a deplorable state, put her back together and now she’s actually one of the poster children for offshore lighthouse restoration in the country,” Setchell said. She pointed to the offshore lighthouse as unique among others on Long Island as it’s one of the few, due to its location, that allows the public to fully experience it. Many other lighthouses on the island are off-limits to visitors due to treacherous waters, she said. Bernadette Castro, a longtime Huntington resident and former commissioner of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation, echoed Setchell’s admiration for the lighthouse. “For 50 years, I have looked out my dining room window and sat on my back terrace and appreciated that magnificent little structure,” Castro said of the lighthouse. “It is part of the landscape of those of us who live nearby.” The recently acquired $145,000 grant, in addition to the nonprofit’s previously-raised $740,000 to secure a $250,000 New York state matching grant, as well as fundraising efforts among Huntington Bay residents, closes the gap on the $1 million foundation repair.
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Suffolk County police rescued five boaters from the Long Island Sound Sept. 9.
Five men saved from LI Sound By DESIréE KEEgan Desiree@tbrnewspapers.com Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers rescued five men after their boat struck a rock and began taking on water in the Long Island Sound Sept. 9 around 9 p.m. Francisco Aguilar and four friends were on a fishing trip in a 20-foot Pro Line runabout when the boat struck a submerged rock, damaging the engine’s lower unit and breaching the hull, causing the vessel to take on water. Alerted by a 911 call, Marine Bureau officers responded aboard Marine Bravo. Marine Delta, the U.S. Coast Guard, Huntington Harbormaster, Asharoken Police Department and a SCPD helicopter also were dispatched. Asharoken police spotted the disabled vessel from shore and guided Marine Bravo to the location. Arriving about seven minutes after being dispatched, Marine Bureau officers Charles Marchiselli and Erik Johnson took Aguilar,
34, and the four other men, Walter Sanchez, 19; and brothers Banos Villalobos, 25, and Jose Villalobos, 29; and Elmer Villalobos, 22, aboard the police boat. The Marine Bureau crew began efforts to keep the men’s boat from sinking, securing the vessel to the police boat and setting up a dewatering pump. Once the vessel was stabilized and in tow, the five men, all from Brentwood, were transported to Soundview Ramp in Northport. Conditions at the time of the rescue were northwest winds of 15 knots and 3- to 4-foot seas. There were no injuries and all of the men refused medical attention. Aguilar was issued two summonses for violations of the New York State Navigation Laws. The Suffolk Police Marine Bureau reminds boaters to check the marine weather forecast before boating, make sure that properly sized life jackets are available for all passengers and to check that all legally required safety equipment is carried aboard, serviceable and accessible.
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Suffolk County police seek the public’s help identifying the two men, pictured above, who stole goods from Lowe’s in Commack.
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Commack thieves steal ladders Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police 4th Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate two men who stole items from a Commack store last month. Two men stole a commercial fan, two ladders and insulation from Lowe’s, located on Express Drive North, Aug. 26 at approximately 2 p.m. The items had a to-
tal value of $857. The men fled in a white Dodge pickup truck. Suffolk County Crime Stoppers offers a cash reward of up to $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS (8477). All calls will be kept confidential. — Sara-MEgan WaLSh
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TOWN ‘The overall result is absolutely wonderful. It’s a very appropriate tribute.’ — Tom Hogan
left photo from Tom hogan, above from Cold Spring harbor Fire Department
On left, two children hold hands while watching the installation of Cold Spring harbor Fire Department’s new 9/11 memorial Sept. 9; and far left, an artistic rendering of the monument’s design.
Cold Spring Harbor erects 9/11 memorial
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A piece of the North Tower from the World Trade Center has finally found a permanent home in Cold Spring Harbor. Tom Hogan, a veteran of the Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department, said the 18,000-pound steel beam was lowered into place as the centerpiece of a new 9/11 memorial constructed Sept. 9 in Fireman’s Memorial Park, across the street from department headquarters at 2 Main Street. “It’s beyond remarkable,” Hogan said. “The overall result is absolutely wonderful. It’s a very appropriate tribute.” Tom Buchta, chairman of the department’s 9/11 Memorial Committee, and David Weinstein, president of the Cold Spring Harbor Area Civic Association were instrumental in the creation of the monument, which has been years in the making, according to Hogan. In May 2016, the World Trade Center beam measuring 17-feet long by 4-feet wide was transported from The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey out to Suffolk County under escort from the New York City Police Department, Suffolk County Police Department and others. Since then, it has been safely stored in Huntington’s Recycling Center, with permission of town officials and under the supervision of its director Ernie Chea, while the plans for a memorial were finalized. Hogan said once the landscaping was finished by Sal Masulo, of Huntington-based Goldberg & Rodler this week, he hopes the memorial will serve as a place for residents to reflect on the tragedy of 9/11 and remember those lost in the attacks. Brothers Daniel and John Martin, of the Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department, lost their father, Peter Martin, a lieutenant in the Fire Department of New York’s Rescue 2 in Brooklyn, during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Several members of the Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department were also sent to Belmont Park to wait to go to Ground Zero immediately after the attacks, but after three days were discharged and sent home. Hogan said the fire department will host a formal dedication of the memorial, but a date has not yet been set. The event will also serve as a thanks to Huntington Town officials who supported the creation of the memorial along with those who aided: John Kean, who drew up the initial conceptual design; architect Peter Albinski; Chuck Bowman, of Land Use Ecological Services; Huntington Station-based LaMay and Sons, for helping with installation of the steel beam; and Glen Covebased S. Paolillo and Sons, for installation of lighting.
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United by love: Huntington remembers 9/11 Clockwise from top, photos (1, 2) by Sara-Megan Walsh; (3, 4) from Commack school district; (5) by Sara-Megan Walsh; (6) from Huntington Town; (7) by Sara-Megan Walsh
Hundreds of Huntington residents gathered at noon Monday, Sept. 11, for a solemn memorial to the tragedy of 9/11 and its victims. The Town of Huntington marked the 16th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center by reading the names of the 43 Huntington residents who died. A bell chimed as each name was read and a red rose placed in a vase at the foot the 9/11 Memorial in Heckscher Park. Commack Union Free School District held its annual 9/11 Night of Reflection ceremony at 6:30 p.m. at Commack High School. Residents vowed to “Never Forget,” and each person was asked to perform an act of kindness for someone else to honor the increasing
number of people still impacted by the tragic events of 9/11. The refrain of “United by love” could be heard through Heckscher Park on Monday evening. Religious leaders from a multitude of faiths hosted We Stand United in Love, a candlelight prayer service to remember 9/11 and call for unity for a better future. Responder Sydney Martin gave an emotionally moving speech in which he called for residents to unite together to fight against hate. The Huntington Men’s Chorus performed “America, the Beautiful” and later “Let There Be Peace on Earth” with printed lyrics for attendees to sing along by candlelight. — Sara-Megan WalSH
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School NewS Elwood Union Free School District
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First day fun
On Sept. 5, the Elwood Union Free School District started the 2017-18 school year. Students were all smiles getting off the buses, greeting teachers and friends. At James H. Boyd Intermediate School, students unpacked their school supplies into their desks and got acclimated with their classmates through “getting to know you” questionnaires. Teachers introduced themselves and set the tone for the year. Principal Denise Toscano spent the morning visiting classrooms and welcoming students back to school. Kindergartners at Harley Avenue rode the bus for the first time, dis-
embarking to waving, excited parents, and lined up, ready for their first year. Harley Avenue Principal Elissa Millan greeted students at the front of the building and welcomed them to school for the first time. “Kindergarten is a big step for children,” Millan said, “and every year seeing the new students is just as exciting as the year before.” Middle and high school students also had an exciting day, filled with exercises geared at familiarizing themselves with one another, as well as their academic courses. The Elwood Union Free School District wishes all students and staff a successful year ahead.
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New year, new tech
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Back to school
On Sept. 5, the Harborfields Central School District welcomed students back for the 2017-18 school year. At Harborfields High School and Oldfield Middle School, students connected with old friends, set up their lockers and compared schedules with classmates.
At Thomas J. Lahey Intermediate School, students were excited to be back and to participate in first day activities such as filling out “first day feelings” worksheets and “welcome back to school” packets. They also jumped into projects such as writing letters to veterans in partnership with the Honor Flight Network.
“Who you are and what you have to say matters,” Thomas J. Lahey Intermediate School Principal Susan Kelly told students in Sharon Wechsler’s and Gervaise Jordan’s fourth-grade class. The Harborfields Central School District is excited for the year ahead, and wishes all students a successful and productive year.
The Northport-East Northport School District held its annual Superintendent’s Conference Day Sept. 1 at Northport High School, where Superintendent of Schools Robert Banzer kicked off the morning with a warm welcome to all staff. “We’re excited to see what this year holds,” Banzer remarked, “and to see what new avenues we can take to reach our students.” Keynote speaker Meeno Rami, author of “Thrive: 5 Ways to Invigorate Your Teaching,” addressed the staff, encouraging thinking outside of the box, collaboration and supporting each other. Afterward, faculty had the op-
portunity to choose a training session. Sessions included Chromebook 101, Google Classroom, Engaging Students and Managing Your Classroom with Chromebooks and more. These mini workshops further prepared middle school faculty for the 1:1 Chromebook initiative, which was put into place to foster innovation and to help students be more active learners in the digital world. Rami held a separate session, addressing the topic of using gamebased learning in the classroom to capture students’ attention. “Always remember, you don’t teach art or math or science,” Rami told the staff, “you teach students. There’s a difference.”
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Read more on longbow changes
Huntington Town officials will host a public hearing on proposed changes to the use of longbows for hunting Sept. 19.
Residents get chance to chime in on bow hunting BY SARA-MEGAN WALSH SARA@TBRNEWSPAPERS.COM Huntington residents, from animal rights activists to avid hunters, have the opportunity to voice their opinions on proposed bow hunting regulations next week. The Town of Huntington will host a public hearing Sept. 19 on a series of proposed changes affecting the use of bows for deer hunting. The proposed changes come days before deer hunting season starts Oct. 1, in accordance with New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. The proposed changes take aim at restricting the use of a longbows under the town’s firearms regulations, not directly regulating deer hunting which falls under the NYS DEC. Councilwoman Tracey Edwards, said the changes include requiring all hunters to provide written notifi cation to the Town’s department of public safety and the police department prior to hunting and expanding the
definition of what’s considered a dwelling. The proposed code changes will expand the definition of “dwelling” to include “farm building or farm structures actually occupied or used, school building, school playground, public structure, or occupied factory or church” to prevent hunters from firing at deer within 150 feet of these buildings unless they are the property owner. If the proposed amendments are passed, anyone violating the regulations would face up to a $500 fine per day and prosecution by the town attorney’s office. Town spokesman A.J. Carter said the town board will have the option to enact the proposed code changes Sept. 19 if there are no substantial objections. Huntington Town Board’s Sept. 19 meeting starts at 7 p.m at town hall, located at 100 Main St. in Huntington. Those interested in speaking during the public hearing on bow hunting should sign up at town hall, immediately prior to the meeting.
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Huntington businessman Mark McAteer, president of The Laurel Group, was honored by Huntington Historical Society Sept. 7.
Historical society honors Mark McAteer Huntington Historical Society honored a Huntington businessman at their 27th annual An Evening of Wine Under the Stars held Sept. 7. Mark McAteer , president of The Laurel Group, a Huntington-based landscaping design and building firm, as this year’s honoree was presented with several proclamations for his accomplishments from Huntington Town Board members and Suffolk County Legislators William “Doc” Spencer (D-Centerport) and Chad Lu-
pinacci (R-Huntington Station). “I am proud to present a town proclamation to Mark McAteer in recognition of being this year’s honoree at the Historical Society’s 27th Annual Evening of Wine Under the Stars event,” said Councilwoman Susan Berland. “I want to congratulate Mark on his many accomplishments and thank him and all the volunteers and staff at the Huntington Historical Society for their commitment to preserving Huntington’s history.”
Town offers free assistance to struggling homeowners Huntington homeowners who are struggling to make ends meet have the opportunity to get expert advice for free. The Town has scheduled three programs aimed at helping struggling homeowners and assisting residents who want to report and remedy blight as part of a state grant. The program is designed to help homeowners manage their mortgage obligation distress; learn about home repair and other programs that will help combat blight; assist in identifying scams related to home ownership; and report issues involving vacant and abandoned properties to the Town. “The goal is to let homeowners know that if they are having trouble keeping up with their mortgage or maintaining their
property, help is available,” Supervisor Frank Petrone (D) said. “We hope that residents who attend one of these sessions will leave feeling relieved that they have options to keep their homes.” The first session will be held Sept. 14 at 6 p.m at the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center, located at 1264 New York Avenue in Huntington Station. Further sessions will be held Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, located at 110 Main Street in Huntington and Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center. The Oct. 2 program, hosted by Councilwoman Susan Berland (D), will include both a prepared program and a breakout area where homeowners can discuss their specific situation with experts.
The Oct. 13 session is being conducted in conjunction with the monthly Veterans Services Day at the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center and, while open to everyone, will focus on veterans’ needs. “The best way to deal with blight is to keep it from happening,” Berland said. “That was the aim of the state program that provided the grant, and it is the aim of the Town as it offers new services to our homeowners. I think all residents will find these programs informative and helpful.” The $350,000 grant that is funding this program is part of New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s Zombie Remediation and Prevention Initiative, which is using funds from the state’s share of a $550 million nationwide court settlement with
Morgan Stanley over residential mortgagebacked securities. The grant program is administered by the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, a national community development intermediary that specializes in affordable housing, economic development and community revitalization. Huntington is also undertaking a number of projects with the funding, including purchasing software that will help identify “at risk” properties and hiring a community outreach consultant who is serving as a foreclosure prevention specialist, meeting with homeowners at the Opportunity Resource Center. The grant also provides funding for additional hours for a parttime assistant town attorney who works on blight matters.
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Clockwise from left, Jenelle Bennado changes direction with the ball; Jenna Bergin powers up the field; Sarah Gray steals a pass; and Gianna Bifulco dribbles to the outside line during Harborifelds win over Shoreham-Wading River Sept. 12.
Tornadoes sweep past undefeated Shoreham By Bill landon Shoreham-Wading River was on a hot streak — scoring 27 goals in the first three games of the field hockey season, all of which were shutouts. That spotless streak came to an end with a 3-1 loss to a tough Harborfields team Sept. 12. “We were very worried and concerned about Shoreham,” Harborfields head coach Lauren Desiderio said. “They were blowouts, and that’s beyond impressive.” The Tornadoes showed no worry or concern, as midfielder Gianna Bifulco dished the ball off to forward Jenelle Bennardo for the first goal of the game 11 minutes in. Not used to playing on grass, the Wildcats seemed to struggle. “The ball moves very slowly on grass, and everyone reaches the ball more quickly. but I think we adjusted well in the second half,” Shoreham-Wading River junior Michele Corona said. “We just needed to talk more towards the end and we need to work on that in our next game.” Opportunity came knocking again for Harborfields, and Sarah DeVito answered for a 2-0 lead with 11:26 left in the half. “I’m not going to lie, I was really intimidated when we were told what their record was coming in,” DeVito said. “And all day in school, especially in math class, every
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couple of questions the numbers zero, three and 27 would pop into my head.” On a penalty shot, Harborfields Sarah Gray put her team out front 3-0. “We thought we were on the lower end,” said Gray. “But we were excited to get in the game and show them that we’re here to play.” The Wildcats had no answer by halftime, but with 16:03 left in regulation, Harborfields went a man down, and ShorehamWading River looked to capitalize, but squandered the opportunity. “They have a lot of skilled players and they’re very fast,” Harborfields Desiderio said. “They have skilled players and they did a good job putting pressure on us. I was pleased with our transition.”
Shoreham-Wading River found the box nine minutes later when Corona’s solo shot took the zero off the scoreboard to close the gap, but the team would come no closer. With the win Harborfields improves to 2-1 and will see action today, Sept. 14 at Greenport-Southholdat 4:30 p.m. Shoreham-Wading River hits the road the same day to face Miller Place at 5:45 p.m. “We’re so used to playing on a smooth surface we’re a passing team and that’s much more effective on turf,” ShorehamWading River head coach Jenna Stevenson said. “It’s our first loss of the season and we’ll look to see where our weaknesses were in this game and improve — get back on a winning streak.”
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Scenes from Harborfields homecoming game and celebration.
Homecoming hoopla Harborfields football team brought home a win, 33-7, Sept. 9 during homecoming celebrations. Following Friday night’s pep rally, where seniors Sam Iglesias and Laura Davis were crowned king and queen, students put the finishing touches on their floats for the parade Saturday morning. This year’s float theme was music, and students got creative with their designs. At the game, the crowd anxiously awaited the start of the game against Kings Park. Some crowd members had large cutouts of players’ heads and shook them
wildly and cheered when the team ran out onto the field. The Harborfields cheerleaders, marching band and kickline all worked together in pepping up the crowd, and there was no lack of spirit in the stands that day. Jimmy Bifulco carried 21 times for 152 yards and four touchdowns to lead Harborfields in its League III opener. Bifulco helped put the game away with a pair of 10-yard scores in the second half. Chris Savaglio led the defense with eight solo tackles, three assisted tackles and an interception.
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United Huntington stands Photos by Sara-Megan Walsh
Huntington residents proudly marched in the annual Huntington Awareness Day parade Sept. 9, celebrating this year’s theme Unity in the Community. The annual parade and fair, sponsored by the Huntington Awareness Community Partnership, aims to raise awareness and foster a sense of solidarity among community members. Paradegoers stepped off from Huntington High School, down Oakwood Road to Stimson Middle School where there were carnival rides, food and games to enjoy.
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