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#of Business: 174
Zip Code(s):11743
County: Suffolk
Lattitude: 40.8682
Longtitude: -73.4257
 
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The hamlet and CDP of Huntington is located within the larger town of the same name. It is commonly referred to by residents as Huntington Village, though it is not incorporated and lacks a village government. When first established by English settlers during the 17th century, the hamlet saw... (more...)

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