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Lupinacci Visits 7-Year-Old Who Inspired Town’s “Hauntington” Name Change, Sign at Town Hall Changes for Halloween

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Sign on Front Lawn of Town Hall Now Reads “Hauntington Town Hall” in Orange and Black.

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci with Angelica Dee Cunningham

Photo by: Town of Huntington

Huntington Station, NY - October 31, 2018 - Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci visited 7-year-old student Angelica Dee Cunningham, whose letter to the Supervisor inspired the renaming of the Town to “Hauntington” in the spirit of Halloween, in front of her classmates at Washington Primary School on Tuesday, October 30.
 
“Angelica Dee Cunningham, a Huntington resident, student and avid trick-or-treater, wrote to my office and asked that we rename the Town ‘Hauntington’ for Halloween,” said Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, who sponsored the resolution to rename the Town. “The Town Board unanimously voted to start this new tradition -- I commend Angelica’s interest in local civics and I encourage all of our students to follow her lead!”
 

Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci with “Hauntington Town Hall” sign on the front lawn of Huntington Town Hall, Wednesday, October 31, 2018. Photo Credit: Town of Huntington
 
As of Wednesday morning, October 31, 2018, the sign for Town Hall displays “Hauntington Town Hall” in orange and black for Halloween.
 
The Town Board ceremoniously renamed the Town of Huntington the Town of Hauntington for Halloween on October 31, 2018, at the suggestion of Angelica Dee Cunningham in a letter dated August 26, 2018, addressed to Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci.