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Update: Sandy Closings and Cancellations

HART service, South Huntington classes canceled for Tuesday.

Many organizations and agencies are canceling activities because of Hurricane Sandy. Here are a few.

Updated Monday 2:42 p.m. Following is a list of closings or cancellations we know of. The latest schedule changes are:

Town Hall closed at midday Monday.

HART service for Tuesday is canceled; it had previously been canceled for Monday.

South Huntington schools are closed Tuesday.

The Y will be closed again Tuesday.

 

Announced earlier:

The League of Women Voters canceled its candidates forum which was scheduled for Monday night at Harborfields Library.

Town of Huntington:

  • Refuse pickup scheduled for Monday and Tuesday is canceled.
  • Town parks and beaches are closed, beginning at 5 p.m. Sunday through Tuesday.
  • All programs and activities at Town facilities over that same time period.

South Huntington schools are closed Monday.

Huntington schools are closed Monday and Tuesday.

The Huntington Public Library is closed Monday.

The YMCA is closed Monday.

The Huntington Arts Council is closed Monday.

All LIRR service is canceled, as is HART service.

The Book Revue canceled an appearance Monday by author Cindy Sheehan.

Walt Whitman Shops is closed Monday but expects to reopen Tuesday morning.

The South Huntington Public Library is closed Monday.

Do you know of event cancellations? Please add them to the comments. Thanks.

Hal Roberts October 29, 2012 at 12:49 AM
I have to question why South Huntington didn't cancel Tuesday as well. The voice mail from the Superintendent said they will be in touch with us Monday night regarding Tuesday. If we don't have power, how are we supposed to find out the status?

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