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Wrong Direction: Cergol Leaves CDA $1 Million in Debt to Taxpayers

Post by HuntingtonGOP. Joan Cergol is an unelected career bureaucrat who left the Town of Huntington Community Development Agency (CDA) $1 million dollars in debt to the taxpayers of Huntington when she resigned last year after the outgoing Democrat Town Board, led by former 24-year Supervisor Frank Petrone, appointed Cergol as an unelected Democrat member of the Town Board at their final meeting of 2017, in total defiance of Huntington's voters, who rejected the Democrats' policies when they voted for Chad Lupinacci, Ed Smyth and a New Direction! Cergol's mismanagement of the CDA (in the appointed, unelected position she held from January 2013 through the final Town Board meeting of 2017) is evidenced by a review of the independent auditor's reports for 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, -- mysteriously the financials for her first year at the CDA (2013) are missing from the CDA reports but if you look to the 2012 Financials (for the time period ending December 31, 2012, just days before Cergol was appointed to the CDA by former Supervisor Frank Petrone and the Democrat-majority Town Board), you can see: every year the CDA was under Cergol's management, the agency went deeper and deeper into debt on the taxpayer dime. Continue reading

Huntington YRs Host Veterans Food Drive

The Huntington Young Republicans club held their Third Annual ‘Our Town, Our Vets’ Food Drive on Saturday, July 14 throughout the Township of Huntington. With the help of over a dozen volunteers, the organization spent the day soliciting food donations at four local supermarkets: the Wild by Nature of Huntington Village, the Best Market of East Northport, the Best Market of Huntington Station, and the King Kullen of Huntington Station. Continue reading

Gillibrand Cozies Up to Radical Left

Kirsten Gillibrand’s continual flip-flopping on immigration positions is downright comical at this point. Continue reading

Town Hall Update: Lupinacci, Smyth Bring Town Board to the People

The Huntington Town Board held its first meeting on the road at Elwood Middle School on the evening of Thursday, May 17. Continue reading

Town Hall Update: Huntington Town Board Makes Cold War Veterans Tax Exemption Permanent, Dedicates “Scott J. Beigel Way”

At its March 20th meeting, the Huntington Town Board voted to permanently extend the Cold War Veterans Tax Exemption, dedicated Hart Place in Dix Hills as “Scott J. Beigel Way,” and scheduled public hearings on a development project proposed for the property located on the northeast corner of Jericho Turnpike and Manor Road, among other items on the agenda. Continue reading