December 18 meeting, the Town Board voted to enact dual-stream recycling
starting in January 2019, established a parking violations amnesty program with
fines payable at a 40% discount, and scheduled public hearings for the January
22, 2019 Town Board Meeting.
response to the collapse of the global recycling market, the Town Board voted
to reinstate dual-stream recycling as of January 2019, saving taxpayers an
estimated $1.5 million dollars in 2019. Dual-stream recycling starts on
Wednesday, January 2, with the collection of plastics, bottles and cans. Paper
and cardboard will be collected January 9, alternating weekly as noted in the
2019 Trash Pickup and Recycling Calendar. Recycling pickup will not be
cancelled during holiday weeks in 2019.
the success of a parking violations amnesty program in 2013, the Town Board
established a parking violations amnesty program to cover all outstanding
parking violations issued between January 1, 2013 through June 30, 2018,
offering registered vehicle owners a 40% reduction in all fines and surcharges
owed, payable by April 1, 2019.
Board amended the Town Code to require Zoning Board of Appeals members and
Planning Board members to attend at minimum 85% of scheduled board meetings.
the attendance requirement for Zoning and Planning Board meetings to ensure
members are consistent in fulfilling their obligations to the taxpayer and
applicants with business before the board,” said Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci.
Town Board scheduled public hearings for the January 22, 2019 Town Board
Meeting at 2:00 PM:
consider awarding a license agreement for the use of private locker room space
at Dix Hills Park Ice Rink with the Long Island Rebels.
consider issuing a Certificate of Approval in an Historic District Re: 22 Goose
Hill Road, Cold Spring Harbor – Cold Spring Harbor Historic District.
consider installing a Stop Sign for westbound traffic on Catalpa Drive at Crest
Drive in East Northport.
action, the Town Board:
liaisons to the Town of Huntington Anti-Bias Task Force: Dr. Eve Krief; Pilar
Moya; Veronica Melgar; Guillermo Perez; Reverend Glorious Artis.
Mara S. Manin Amendola, Esq. as a member of the Town of Huntington Planning
and reappointed members to the Town of Huntington Harbor and Boating Advisory
Council: June Kendrick; Robert Stork; Jonathan Heidelberger; Daniel Wolfe;
George Devine; Richard Puccinelli; Michael O’Rourke; Michael DiPasquale; Pamela
Setchell; Richard Rothamel.
John Castagna as an alternate member to the Town of Huntington Zoning Board of
the Supervisor to execute a license agreement with Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Post 9263 for the use of the building located at 319 Cuba Hill Road, Huntington
for $1,200 per year.
the building and property known as the “The Burr House” or Old Burr Farm, 423
Town Line Road in Commack as an historic landmark.
as the Board of Trustees, authorized the President to execute an agreement with
Terry Marine, Inc. and Race Coastal Engineering for emergency engineering and
construction services for the bulkhead and comfort station at the Mill Dam
the execution of a contract with the Long Island Rebels accepting a donation
from monies raised through a charity hockey game at Dix Hills Rink on February
9, 2019 for the upgrade and improvement of the Dix Hills Rink.
donations from the Huntington Cultural Affairs Institute, Inc. and various
merchants and businesses to sponsor a winter wonderland annual holiday lights
event at Heckscher Park.