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Huntington superintendent slams town supervisor after being excluded from Huntington Station Action Coalition to combat gang-related violence.


Rich Jacques December 06, 2011 at 04:36 PM
The next meeting of the Huntington Station Action Coalition is Dec. 16. Patch will have it covered.
Kim December 06, 2011 at 05:24 PM
Since the Friends of Huntington Train Station received money filtered through the Huntington Arts program as indicated on the website you post all the time I can understand your concern, Mrs D'Ambrosio for the funding to be returned to the ARts Program HOWEVER it is the least of our problems. I don't believe our Town Council members dancing in the Nutcracker is much of a response to these recent shootings. I do wish them well but honestly I find it tacky on Mrs Berlands part to support it by being in it. What's next? Do we vote in our new President via voting on the phone and having him preform on Dancing with The Stars? this takes Mrs Berlands need for photo ops to a whole new level.
lauren December 06, 2011 at 05:32 PM
Thank you Mr Polansky! Finally the leadership we need. I hope the BOE stands united and demands action from our Town Suoervisor not more lip service!!
Rich Jacques December 06, 2011 at 09:09 PM
Stay on subject please.
Kim December 06, 2011 at 09:31 PM
Thats fine but what does the nutcracker and arts program have to do with this article? If your going to remove my post then the other posts should go too. I only posted public info that she herself has posted in nauseam. I should at least be able to defend being called a liar, but I see your not taking that post down.


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