EDITORIAL: Our endorsement for Huntin...

EDITORIAL: Our endorsement for Huntington Town supervisor

There are 4 comments on the Newsday story from Oct 30, 2009, titled EDITORIAL: Our endorsement for Huntington Town supervisor. In it, Newsday reports that:

In 2005, Huntington Supervisor Frank Petrone told Newsday's editorial board that if he won, it would be his last term.

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Screw Newsday

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

#1 Oct 31, 2009
If Newsday endorses a candidate then you know it is in your interests to vote against them. Of course they just love Frank's stand on using YOUR tax dollars to facilitate the illegal invasion of YOUR town. Why not. There are no consequences for these liberals who live in gated communities. If you want to be rid of the hiring hall then get rid of ALL of the incumbents. No matter what they say, if they are in office now, they support it with a wink and a nod. Dowler says the first thing he will do is close it down, let's give him a chance. We know nothing will change if we keep the same people who have already betrayed us to special interest groups.

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

#2 Oct 31, 2009
BTW, how many illegals are working in Petrone's cousins restaurant? The one where they run the parking scam and charge you $25.00 for parking in their lot. Vote him out. How come they pave the road in front of my house every three years when there is nothing wrong with it? Does someone in the town government have a cousin who owns a paving company?
Bill Huntington

Norwalk, CT

#3 Nov 1, 2009
I would like to know how much of our tax $$ is spent on putting Nauton's name on all the highway equipment??His name is larger than the town's,what a waste of our $$He even has a large bill board erected on larkfield rd in E.Northport.Why?
Former LIer

Pensacola, FL

#4 Nov 2, 2009
Wow, I guess I have been away from Long Island for a long time! When I left, Petrone was a Republican -- now he's a Democrat?

BTW, the Town does its own paving, or at least they did when I lived there. Superintendent of Highways is a 4-year terms, so its no coincidence that your road is paved every 3 years. My guess is you live in an area that votes heavily.

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