As Huntington enters a town election year, the question among local political activists is whether Frank Petrone, the Democratic town supervisor for almost a quarter century, has a last hurrah left.
"It's not the $1,000 question," said Toni Tepe, town Republican chairwoman. "It the $1 million question. "
For Tepe, a former supervisor herself, the issue is on the front burner because the Huntington Republican committee will screen candidates for town office Feb. 16.
Tepe said Pe
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