Archive: Nov 2017

  1. Councilwoman Susan A. Berland Sponsors Pet Food Drive

    Councilwoman Susan A. Berland and the Huntington Youth Council proudly sponsor the 2017 Holiday Pet Food Drive. Donations will be accepted through Friday, December 15th and all proceeds will be donated to Baxter’s Pet Pantry at the Harry Chapin Food Bank and Humanitarian Center at Long Island Cares in Huntington Station. Please see the flyer […]

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  2. CANstruction Brings In 15,398 Lbs of Food For Long Island Cares

    The results are in! The CANstruction buildout was inspiring and the competition was tight, but the donations are the best part of this food drive. Today, a delivery was made to the Long Island Cares warehouse and it included more than 15,000 lbs of food. Thanks again to all the teams that competed and made […]

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  3. How Will 2018 Federal Budget Cuts Affect Families In Suffolk County?

    On October 26, the house passed a budget blueprint that clears the path for tax reform. The House of Representatives adopted the Senate’s version of the budget which contained $5.1 trillion in cuts (instead of $5.8 trillion that had been in the House budget.) This cleared the way for adoption of a bill later in November […]

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