Homeowners who find damage to their property from Sandy are...

Homeowners who find damage to their property from Sandy are advised to take these steps insurance experts say: Call insurance brokers or companies, photograph and list the damage and read policies for any deductibles or exclusions. This tree came down on a house and car on Conklin Lane in Huntington. (Oct.30, 2012) Credit: Ed Betz

Huntington Town Councilman Mark Mayoka is sponsoring a food drive to help residents still struggling after superstorm Sandy and the nor’easter that followed.

Residents can drop off nonperishable food items at a bin in the main lobby of Town Hall,  100 Main St., starting Monday through Jan. 31.

There are also bins in the lobby for The Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program and The Tri-CYA/Family Service League which are collecting unwrapped toys.

Items such as pasta, spaghetti sauce, juice boxes, children snacks and cereals, peanut butter and jelly, and toiletries including shampoo, toothpaste, toilet paper, paper towels and cleaning products will be accepted.

Food items collected will be distributed to local food pantries.

For further information or to contact Mayoka, call 631-351-3317 or email mmayoka@huntingtonny.gov.

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