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6 Comments by Joyce Flynn


Developer Donates Antiquity House To Quogue Historical Society

Thank you, Mr. Gazza, for your generous act to save this historic house in Quogue. You had the stewardship of Antiquity since 2001 and I'm delighted that you have seen to ensure its preservation. It is a treasure and your efforts will be rewarded--perhaps with a reduction in your taxes, but, most important, with the good will and appreciation of the community and future generations." Mar 1, 12 7:35 AM

Southampton Town Approves Annexation Of Land By Village; Kills Political Ban For Regulators

Why would the Republican majority vote to prevent an open discussion about this topic? Too much to lose? Congratulations Councilwoman Fleming for your courage to bring this topic forward with the anticipation of a public conversation. That your Republican colleagues have thwarted this opportunity speaks volumes. With Frank Zappone and Brad Bender on the Council with Bridget Fleming and Supervisor Throne-Holst, I look forward to open dialogue on thorny subjects such as this." Sep 26, 13 12:33 PM

No, I have never been Bridget's treasurer." Sep 27, 13 10:41 PM

If this isn't evidence that we need a public discussion on Councilwoman Fleming's proposal, nothing is. Sure smacks of patronage to me. Let's get an open discourse on these percentages!" Sep 29, 13 2:18 PM

This type of closed political dealings will be over when Frank Zappone and Brad Bender are elected to the Town Council and join Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst in forwarding her practice of public service over politics." Sep 29, 13 7:52 PM

Jay Schneiderman Defends Residency In Southampton

I can't wait for Jay Schneiderman to be our Town Supervisor! If you've spent any time with him at all you recognize his integrity, intelligence, sincerity and dedication to our town and county. Yes, I'm active in Democratic politics and am proud of it, and support Jay every step of the way toward his victory on Election Day." Oct 21, 15 11:49 PM