Huntington Conservation Board
The Huntington Conservation Board meets twice a month. It is composed of volunteer members appointed by the Town Board, whose duties pursuant to General Municipal Law (§ 239-Y) include review, comment and recommendation to the Town Board, Planning Board, Board of Trustees, and Zoning Board of Appeals with respect to applications for land use changes that have the potential to impact Huntington’s Open Space preservation program. The Conservation Board has a similar review function under Town Marine Conservation Law (§ 137). In addition to its statutory duties, the Conservation Board is a conduit for scientific research and proposed rules, regulatory actions and other current information that has the potential to affect environmental conservation policy decisions by the Town Board. The Conservation Board also recruits and coordinates Huntington’s Park Stewardship Program. Park Steward volunteers assist the Town by monitoring the use and condition of Town parkland.
Joy Squires, Chair
Town Hall (Room 212)
100 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743