Southold Township has over 160 miles of shoreline and close to fifty major creeks, ponds and inlets; our shoreline, both public and privately owned (to MHW), is a major asset to this town and should be cared for analogous to what is done for all other property throughout town during the spring and fall clean-ups. [...]
Southold Township has over 160 miles of shoreline and close to fifty major creeks, ponds and inlets; our shoreline, both public and privately owned (to MHW), is a major asset of our Town which should be cared for and nurtured.
Raw video (unedited) in five parts of County Legislator Ed Romaine’s speech at the Southold VOICE Annual Meeting July 30th 2011, which took place at the Town Recreation Center in Peconic, NY. [...]
Southold Town Trustees announce the Pump Out Boat Program. This is now available on weekends and holidays through Columbus Day weekend, from approximately 11AM until 6PM and it’s FREE. Click the link to read the full text of their announcement. [...]
Realistic expectations for a solution to our erosion challenge will be the focus of Supervisor Scott Russell’s agenda at a meeting at Southold Town Hall on Feb 2nd at 1pm, especially along Route 48 and the LI Sound area . Representatives from the Army Corps of Engineers, the DEC and the Suffolk County DPW will be in attendance together with Legislator Ed Romaine and town officials. [...]
Thirteen months ago, April 2009, we first reported on the Peconic Estuary Program initiative for Hashamomuck Pond. A Fall update followed, and now PEP has awarded the Gardiners Bay Estates Homeowners Association a $10,000 grant to restore Spring Pond. The objective is to stop the first 45 minutes of storm runoff, which contains most of the bacteria we need to keep out of the water. Maybe you didn’t notice that there’s a video about it at Suffolk Times. If so, here it is: [...]