To encourage the development of affordable homes, both new and rehabilitated, for low and moderate income individuals and families in Huntington Township; by assessing and documenting the need; by educating the public; by identifying. monitoring & promoting affordable housing opportunities, and by collaborating with other organizations, both public and private that provide direct service to people in need of affordable housing.

April 9, 2013 We are pleased to announce that Huntington Township Housing Coalition has been awarded a $7,000 grant from the LI Unitarian Univeralist Fund to pursue the accessory apartments/rental housing campaign we adopted last November. This is very exciting news. In addition, the LI Community Foundation has provided us with the services of the Berlin-Rosen public relations firm to conduct a pubic opinion survey about rental housing in Huntington. For detailed information on affordable housing needs in Suffolk County Downlaod Suffolk Affordable Housing Needs Study.

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3/11/2014
Letter to the Editor of the Long Islander from Dick Koubek
Read, Plan for Rental Housing Still Needs Work, a letter to the Editor of the Long Islander from Dick Koubek
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2/27/2014
Community Housing Innovations Study Details "Brain Drain" in Westchester and on Long Island
A new CHI study finds that the most exclusive suburbs on Long Island and in Westchester County are losing their young workforce at an accelerating rate.
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2/20/2014
Ruland Road Settlement Reached
Update from Dick Koubek and Newsday story
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2/6/2014
Support Rentals at Ruland
Sign the Huntington Township Housing Coalition's petition to support rental at Ruland Knolls. Please visit: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/support-rentals-at-ruland

1/7/2014
Ruland Knolls Update - Letter from Dick Koubek and Newsday editorial
Recent Ruland Knolls updates including Newsday editorial...
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12/19/2013
Thank you from Huntington Township Housing Coalition President, Dick Koubek.

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