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Historic Preservation Commission

The Historic Preservation Commission was established by the Town Board, which appoints Commission members, for the purpose of conserving, protecting and perpetuating Huntington’s historical heritage. The Commission’s powers and duties include study, review and recommendation to the Town Board for designation of places, sites, structures and buildings as Historic Landmarks or Historic Districts. It reviews, writes reports and makes recommendations with respect to applications for “Certificates of Approval” for improvements to historic properties (Town Code § 198-41). The Commission also monitors federal and state grants opportunities and tax incentive programs that offer financal assistance for Town historic preservation and rehabilitation projects and the Commission assists the Town with public information campaigns to building awareness and support for preservation of Huntington’s historic, architectural and cultural heritage.

Robert C. Hughes, Secretary
Phone: (631) 351-3244
Fax: (631) 351-3245

Commission Members

Jennifer Casey, Chair
Elissa Kyle, Vice Chair
Chris Hansen
Lawrence Leek
Alfred Walker
Robert "Toby" Kissam