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Centerport                                     Huntington Station

Cold Spring Harbor                      Huntington Village 

Commack                                      Melville

Dix Hills                                         Northport

East Northport                              South Huntington      

Greenlawn     


Testimonals

“I have lived in Melville and Dix Hills over 50 years and I have observed various Town Officials at numerous Town Board Meetings. It is reassuring to know that Councilman Mark Cuthbertson has outstanding skills and experience. On a personal note, my thanks to Councilman Cuthbertson  for preserving acres and acres of land in the Melville and Dix Hills area under the Open Space Program. For years our area was in need of parks, soccer fields and open space where kids could play. That need has been met.” – Jean Varrone, Dix Hills

“Councilman Mark Cuthbertson knows how important quality of life and the environment are to the Greenlawn community, which is why he fought to preserve our open space and not allow the MTA to build a train storage lot here. Thank you for all you have done for us, Councilman Cuthbertson!” – Andy and Jessica Terc and family

“Mark and I grew up in Huntington Station and attended Walt Whitman High School together. He has never stopped caring about our community, continually promoting revitalization and recreational facilities in our neighborhood. Mark was there for Huntington Station during Superstorm Sandy, making sure debris and trees were removed quickly and residents were safe. Keep up the good work, Mark.” – Bill DeBlasio

“There is a unique blend of downtown buzz and village quaintness in Huntington Village that you can’t find anywhere else on Long Island. Councilman Mark Cuthbertson brings his own unique blend of business savvy and quality of life consciousness to Huntington’s leadership and continuously strengthens the Village’s appeal. Thank you Councilman Cuthbertson for consistently doing what’s best for Huntington.” – Robert Hirschfeld

“Even though we were very fortunate, our neighborhood did suffer a lot of tree damage after Hurricane Sandy. Trees were being cleared all around us, yet day after day nothing happened here – it got very frustrating. We called the town and were repeatedly told that crews would be coming soon. Finally, we called Councilman Cuthbertson and the very next day, the tree removal crews rolled in! We definitely learned that if you want to get something done or are in need of help, you can count on Councilman Cuthbertson. He is a man of action!” – Tania Johnson, South Huntington