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VILLAGE CODE:

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A looseleaf hardcopy of the Asharoken Code may be reviewed at Village Hall or the Northport/East Northport Public Library. It also can be purchased for $240 direct from the publisher: General Code LLC, 72 Hinchey Road, Rochester, NY 14624-2991; tele: 1-800-836-8834 or 1-585-328-1810.

A Village Permit & Fee Handbook was mailed to all residents in June 2011. Contact the Village Clerk if you have not received your copy. The Handbook has been revised as of March 2012. Click here to view the updated Handbook online. Revisions are highlighted in red.
Town of Huntington Code:



SAVE OUR POST OFFICE:

(The following information is provided courtesy of the official Village of Northport website):

Here's some information on what's happening regarding the Northport Post Office:

The Northport Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution at their meeting September 18, 2012 expressing their opposition to the United States Postal Service's plan to sell the historic Post Office building and property in Nortport Village.

The Northport Post Office closure/moving is not a done deal. Our elected federal officials are working to ensure that we keep our post office.

Our goals are to

  1. Keep all of the operations at the current building, and
  2. Not sell the building

Our public information meeting Wednesday, September 12th was a success!

Over 200 members of the public and the Northport Village Board of Trustees exchanged information and opinions and demonstrated to our elected federal officials how important it is that our post office stays just where it is. The United States Postal Service (USPS) must find a different way to economize.

Thank you to everyone who attended, who spoke, and who signed the 'Save the Post Office' petition.

Thank you to the following state and local elected officials for joining with The Village Of Northport's Board of Trustees at Wednesday's meeting to show their concern and for speaking out about the necessity to keep the post office operation where, and how, it is:

NY State Senator Carl L. Marcellino,
NY State Assemblyman Andrew P. Raia,
Huntington Town Councilman Mark Cuthbertson,
Asharoken Mayor Gregory D. Letica and
Asharoken Deputy Mayor Mary P. "Pam" Pierce

Thank you to the following representatives of the postal employees (clerks and carriers) for attending and
providing additional information:

President of the Long Island Local American Postal Workers Union Peter Furgiuele, and
President of Long Island National Association of Letter Carriers 6000 Union, Walter Barton

Thank you to our three federal elected officials for sending their representatives to hear the voice of their 11768 constituents:

U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer,
U.S. Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand, and
U.S. Representative Steve Israel

Special thanks to the Huntington Town Board for unanimously passing the following resolution earlier in the day before the informational meeting. The resolution was sponsored by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson and seconded by Councilman Mark Mayoka. Thank you to Town Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and Councilpersons Susan A. Berland and Eugene Cook for their support.
Things you can do:

  • Please sign the 'Save the Post office' petition. You can find it at many of the stores on Main Street and at Village Hall, 224 Main Street.
  • Please consider picking up a petition at Village Hall and asking friends and neighbors to sign it.
    Or, you can save yourself a trip and print out the petition on legal size (8.5" x 14") paper:
    Post Office Petition
  • Write, call, or e-mail our federal representatives and tell them you want them to ensure that all of the current operations stay at the current building and that the USPS must not sell the building. Explain why keeping our post office is important to you and to our community.

    Senator Charles E. Schumer
    United States Senate
    145 Pinelawn Road
    Melville, NY 11747
    phone: 631-753-0978
    fax: 631-753-0997
    Sen. Schumer's email submission webpage Exit Disclaimer

    Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand
    United States Senate
    155 Pinelawn Road
    Suite 250 North
    Melville, NY 11747
    phone: 631-249-2825
    fax: 631-249-2847
    Sen. Gillibrand's email submission webpage Exit Disclaimer

    Representative Steve Israel
    United States House of Representatives
    150 Motor Parkway
    Suite 108
    Hauppauge, NY 11788
    phone: 631-951-2210
    phone: 516-505-1448
    fax: 631-951-3308
    Rep. Israel's email submission webpage Exit Disclaimer (If you do not know your zip+4 code, go to the USPS ZIP Code lookup tool Exit Disclaimer first)

    Also, contact the USPS official who signed off on proceeding with the current phase of the Northport Post Office plan:
    Richard P Uluski
    Vice-President, Northeast Area
    United States Postal Service
    6 Griffin Rd.
    N Windsor, CT 06006-7070
    email: richard.p.uluski@usps.gov