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Mar 25, 2009 12:36 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Golf course a possibility on East Quogue site

Mar 25, 2009 12:36 PM

Another sticking point with Planning Board members is still being discussed, however. At a hearing in January, board members said they were concerned about interior lights that would be shining on a mural that is visible from the street 24 hours per day. Representatives from TD Bank agreed to turn the lights off the mural at midnight after some discussion, though board members asked them to make the turnoff time several hours earlier. Mr. Cohen said he would discuss the proposal with representatives from the bank.

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That's just what we need.....yet another golf course no one wants and a foreign bank no one needs built and designed by out of town developers and architects, and most likely not even constructed by local builders. Realistically wouldn't it be smarter and better if the East Quogue land was sold to the town for preservation and the TD bank move in to the soon to be vacated Wamu/Chase space(s) or perhaps the empty retail space adjacent to Wild by Nature in Hampton Bays There is also other empty retail/commercial ...more
By pmofo (37), East Quogue on Mar 24, 09 2:40 AM
First off, while I am personally not an agronomist, I do know that there have been countless credible studies issued over recent years that prove golf course maintenance (mainly, fertilization) is no longer detrimental to the environment or groundwater. Most all golf course superintendents use best management practices to unsure runoff does not occur and there has been very little evidence of increased levels of Nitrate observed in soils due to leaching. The 'chemicals' used are now virtually all ...more
By knowyourfacts (1), Quogue on May 12, 09 11:57 AM
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