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UPDATE: May 24th, 2013

Hello Tort. Goodbye Water!

Apparently, as reported to us by one person and not substantiated, someone slipped on ice this past winter and sued the Boat Club and the Town of Huntington. Ergo, water gone.

Short Political Comment: Attorneys (Judges/Court System and most Politicians), Bankers, and Insurers form the Elite. They serve themselves. To ensure their continuing power and wealth they took over the education system and the media. They now rule without any conscience or moral compass. That's the culture we live in and that's how one opportunistic citizen and one ambulance chasing lawyer can spoil a good thing for everybody else.

If there is another kind of Attorney existing in the world who DOES care about the rest of us and who would be willing to work pro bono on our behalf to reinstate this public water supply, in spite of possible elite repercussions, that would be a miracle. Please let us know if you exist. Otherwise, life goes on....

 


UPDATE: May 7th, 2013

The Water is Off!

 

Anyone who has any knowledge of why the water has been turned off please contact ijwana at aol.com.

Anyone who has any knowledge of how to contact Joe Oliva please contact ijwana at aol.com.

Thank You!


 

The Water Is ON!!!

Friday, July 2, 2010

Greetings to everyone,

I want to let everyone know that I just received a call from Mr. A.J. Carter, the Town of Huntington's Public Relations person. His call was to inform us that the WATER IS BEING TURNED ON!

As he explained, Town Supervisor Frank Petrone called the county to ask for proof that the water is unsafe. The county rejected his inquiry, saying that as far as they are concerned, the matter is settled. Mr. Petrone then advised the county that since the people have been drinking this water for over 45 years, and the county has no evidence that it is in any way unsafe, the town would exercise its authority over town property and is turning the water on.

Therefore, the scheduled meeting between the county and the town that was set for July 8 is off, and by the time you receive this email, the water will already be flowing. This is a great day for a victory of the people, and so appropriate that it is happening on the July 4 weekend. Thanks to everyone of you who signed the petition, made a phone call, or sent a letter. Together we prevailed.

Please find a moment to call, write , or email Supervisor Frank Petrone and thank him for his efforts. He does deserve that, and include a thank you to the entire council as well. I'll send out more information when I have it.

Again, thanks to everyone for being a part of the fight.

Happy Fourth!,
Joe

Please Read:
Councilman Petrone's Letter To The Community

Our Victory Press Release




Joe's presentation speech to the Huntington Council
Get transcript

Open Letter to the Village of Cold Spring Harbor
By Joe Oliva, Huntington, NY

Spring Water Test Results

Nothing wrong with this water!

What We Believe The Town Should Do