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Parking On Noyac Bay Avenue A Heated Subject at Southampton Town Hall

I was interested in your comments regarding the attempted take over of the Noyac Bay beach by a few people who live in the area. This issue will come to a head on Tuesday evening June 28 at 6pm in Town Hall when a final hearing will be held. Please plan to attend and lend support to a growing number of people who are fighting this injustice.

W
" Jun 17, 11 9:13 AM

I was interested in your comments regarding the attempted take over of the Noyac Bay beach by a few people who live in the area. This issue will come to a head on Tuesday evening June 28 at 6pm in Town Hall when a final hearing will be held. Please plan to attend and lend support to a growing number of people who are fighting this injustice.

W" Jun 17, 11 9:15 AM

Bravo! Very well put HighHat. Issue will be resolved 6/28 6pm at Town Hall. Please attend." Jun 17, 11 11:27 AM

Emotions Run High At Town Hall Meeting On Noyac Bay Avenue Parking Restrictions

Councilman Chris Nuzzi was the biggest dissapointment at the meeting. He clearly has no idea what the concept of beach access is all about. Shame on you Mr. Nuzzi." Jul 13, 11 10:57 PM

Around Southampton Town Hall: Town Board Restricts Parking Near Rumba

Shame on Chris Nuzzi. He’s determined to protect his sponsors with bay front property from the contamination of Noyac’s senior citizens who favor this very accessible beach.

Memo to the Northampton Colony Yacht club: Time for another fund raiser for our boy Chris. " Jul 27, 11 7:10 PM

'High-End' Supermarket In Agreement To Move To Southampton Village, Pending Zone Change

Can you imagine the traffic tie-ups that will occur on Friday afternoons in the summer?" Nov 6, 11 9:20 AM

Hamptons Visitors Council Says Cut In Funding Could Hurt Tourism Industry

Who needs visitors? Well, you can start with the retailers on Main Street, and the hotels and motels, the restaurants, the real estate firms, and the wineries.

Imagine how our standard of living would be affected without a flourishing local economy, and you’ll realize that it is you who needs them the most.
" Feb 23, 12 10:35 AM

Semlear Says He Will Leave Trustees In 2013

The loss of Semlear will be felt, not only by the local baymen, but by all of us who live in this Town. He is one of the few Southampton Republican officeholders who can put politics aside and vote his conscience on matters concerning our interests. He'll be sorely missed." Apr 4, 12 4:43 PM