Week in Review: Dec. 2-9

This week's top stories in Huntington.

Winter Farmers Market Debuts: Thanks to the initiative of two Long Island sisters who fell in love with the idea of farmers markets a few years ago, Huntington now has its own winter farmers market.

Calls For 'LI Compact' To Manage Water Resources: Challenges to Long Island's water resources are well known but what's been missing, say environmental activists, is a single entity to oversee management of those water resources. They'd like to see that change.

FEMA Offers Advice to Families Hit by Hurricane: A small crowd of Huntington residents whose property was damaged in Hurricane Sandy took their questions to a FEMA representative Wednesday. Questions involving trees, coverage or reimbursement for generators needed for medical devices, blocked driveways and gas purchases were part of the discussion.

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Chad Lupinacci Resigns South Huntington School Board: Chad Lupinacci, ssemblyman-elect for the 10th District resigned ahead of his swearing-in to his new job in January.

Building at the Center of Controversy Comes Down:The much-disputed Advantage Title building is gone, surrounded by rubble and occupied, for the moment, only by workers and equipment clearing the lot. Where once a grand hotel, a department store and later a business office stood, the site was the focus of opposition to its owner's decision to sell the property to make way for a new TD Bank.


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