Rescue act

Lupinacci and City Council allocate $ 22 million in American Rescue Act funds to Huntington Station sewers

The city also chose not to allow cannabis retail dispensaries and on-site consumption sites in the city of Huntington.

Huntington City Council held its recent town hall meeting, in which it allocated $ 22 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding for the Huntington hub sewer infrastructure project, withdrew of the state cannabis law and approved the proposed changes to Matinecock Court real estate development.

Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and city council approved an intermunicipal agreement with Suffolk County to transfer the city’s $ 22,209,010 in American Rescue Plan Act funds to Suffolk County for the construction of the project. Huntington Station sewage infrastructure, covering the New York Avenue / Route 110 Corridor from Huntington LIRR Station to 14th Street with additional adjacent plots to the east and west.

The town has chosen not to allow cannabis retail dispensaries and on-site consumption sites in the town of Huntington, outside of the incorporated villages, as permitted by section 4 of the Cannabis Act of the New York State. The council also voted to ban the consumption of cannabis in the city. property, including parks and beaches, and on streets and sidewalks outside of incorporated villages.

The Board of Directors approved the developer proposed changes to the court-ordered settlement agreement with Matinecock Court Housing Development Fund Corporation and Matinecock Court LLC for the proposed low-income housing development at the corner of Pulaski Road and Elwood Road in East Northport. The changes, submitted for approval to the United States District Court in the Eastern District of New York, reduce the total number of units from 155 to 146, change the 50/50 lease / equity split to a cooperative with limited participation at 100% and require payments in lieu of taxes.