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Have questions or concerns about the issues facing Huntington? Send Ed an email below.

Friends of Ed Smyth
143 Main Street
Huntington, New York 11743
(631) 271-7500

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  • commented 2017-12-12 14:28:39 -0500
    Dear Councilman Symth:


    My name is John Mannone, and I am the National Real Estate Manager on Long Island for Mobilitie Inc, a national telecommunication infrastructure development firm working on behalf of Sprint PCS. Our company is currently paving the way for the development of small cellular infrastructure for the 5th generation of wireless technology.


    My company wishes to extend its congratulation on your victory last month, and is excited to hear your views about modernizing Huntington’s existing telecommunication infrastructure. Our government relations people and myself would like an opportunity to meet with you to share ideas and provide you with some insight into the new infrastructure that will be impacting your community in the upcoming years.


    Kindly contact me directly on my cell or email at your earliest convenience. Thank you.


    John Mannone

    Mobilitie

    NRE – Permit Manager for Long Island

    516-727-2431

    jmannone@mobilitie.com
  • commented 2017-12-02 09:44:59 -0500
    I live off Baylis Rd. In Melville. I am concerned that someone who is interested in helping his community did not take down campaign posters. It is Dec. and now they are just litter. I appreciate your attention to this matter
  • commented 2017-11-08 06:48:43 -0500
    Congrats on your Victory
  • commented 2017-11-02 18:37:49 -0400
    Thank you for polluting our town with your innumerable campaign signs on public property. You will be a great asset as you don’t even know that is against town code. You sir are an idiot!!!!
  • commented 2017-10-20 07:40:41 -0400
    Hi Ed, I met you st the train station this morning. Although I am a democrat I am attracted to your platform and find we are in agreement on many issues. I would like to know your stance on the project for Oheka castle which I am very concerned will overburden the roads and train station of our small hamlet? I would also like to know where you stand on ensuring safety for our immigrants who work hard in our community but go through great hardship in the winter when many of the landscape jobs are dried up?

    Third, how will you balance being an attorney, running a title company and working on the town board ? I don’t see how you will have the time to make your town board position a priority and avoid conflicts of interest ?
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  • commented 2017-08-19 21:54:16 -0400
    I met you at the East Northport Stop and Shop, and wanted to speak with you, but I was running late. I have lived in East Northport for over 20 years, and have had to live with the inconvenience, well so much more than an inconvenience, of the East Northport Festival. The festival no longer brings in money except for Newton Shows. A week before the festival, the residents on Kew Avenue have to live with the trucks at 2am, drunk, yes I said drunk, truck drivers delivering the rides, idling the trucks for hours in front of our homes. and when we complain, we get threatened. When we call Newton, we get nothing but bad attitudes and told we should not have moved into this area around the parks. The Chamber thinks that by sending us coupons, these coupons can be found in any store in East Northport, they make it better. The Little League fields and destroyed every year, and I have to watch the poor town workers work for over a week to fix the fields so the Little League can play their games. I have complained for years to the Town Board, but not one person wants to get involved. I will vote for anyone who promises to do something about this. Maybe the politicians should come around the neighborhood at 2am and see what goes on, and stand and watch as the beautiful fields are torn up by trucks. Maybe then somebody will do something about it. I would be more than happy to stand with you, and so would some of my neighbors.
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  • commented 2017-06-18 17:59:18 -0400
    I believe Ed will do what is right for the community. He has sound judgment and will be a great asset for Huntington.
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