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Southampton Supervisor: Town Is Committed To Preserving Old Ponquogue Bridge

Wonderful, perhaps we can look to the Highline park along the West Side of Manhattan as an inspiration.

The bridge and area leading up to the bridge would be greatly improved if there were some simple landscaping and seating options added." Nov 21, 14 7:45 AM

Environmentalists, Local Officials, Residents Sound Off On Proposal To Expand 'Sand Land' In Noyac

Good one @goldenboy...

you are really helping the cause.

whatever cause that may be." Nov 22, 14 8:38 AM

Trucks Will Replace Dredge For Tiana Beach Project

We chose the option that was less good?" Dec 18, 14 7:43 AM

Developers Behind East Quogue Golf Course Also Want To Build High-End Hotel In Westhampton Beach

Can't believe that they are going to build a golf course on Dune Rd.

On one hand i think that it's disgusting to transform a bueautiful beach into a series of rolling green hills so old men can stroll about knocking balls around.

On the other hand I am curious to see how it pans out, could be one of the most interesting golf courses in Southampton Town. Only potential headache may be high tide.

Very cool!" Dec 23, 14 7:34 AM

Shinnecock Canal Redevelopment Plan Has Strong Support Among Southampton Town Board

This is crazy!!!! The Canal Cafe doesn't have enough seating to accommodate all of the new residents that this place will bring in!! How come nobody mentioned this at all of those meetings (i couldn't make it to them)?" Dec 23, 14 7:41 AM

Hampton Bays Fishermen Cited For Exceeding Fluke Limits

These guys should be able to take all of the fish that they want, no questions asked.

Who do we think we are to stop them? If we can have fish today we can live well, if this means that in a few years we have no more fish then so be it. This is about the working man, not about the long term preservation of a species that can benefit many many people beyond these ding dongs. Just let them take the fish so they can make some monies!!!" Jan 8, 15 7:47 AM

Then so be it, it is their right to take all of the fish in the sea if they can get them.

If you want to preserve the fish maybe you should invest your time and resources into either rounding them all up and placing them in some sort of protected enclosure or something along those lines.

Species extinction and ecosystem destruction are natural byproducts of the noble actions of these fishermans" Jan 9, 15 7:38 AM

"I am sure the local fisherman are as concerned about the sea and the bounty it yields and are not going to destroy their livelihood"

...there's a lol." Jan 13, 15 7:33 AM

oh no, I hadn't heard.

all clear now." Jan 14, 15 7:38 AM

The Hills At Southampton Golf Course Application Deemed Complete

How does changing the zoning of this property positively impact East Quogue and Southampton Town?

Minimizing the negative impact that the development and golf course themselves will have on water quality and the surrounding environment does not seem like a benefit, was there anything else? " Jan 26, 15 11:21 AM

McAllister Calls For More Water Testing At CPI Site

The verdict is in!

We are all now in favor of any proposed development on this property and no longer care about water quality or monitoring standards.

We may be dumb but at least we have principles!" Feb 24, 15 7:25 AM

DEC Rolls Out New Plan For Dealing With Mute Swans

Yes, leave the swans alone! Let them keep destroying the bays! We hate our bays anyway.

"Over time, the birds have gotten loose and populated their surrounding areas, which has become problematic, because they are over-consuming and destroying underwater vegetation that supports marine life and sustains other species of waterfowl, including black ducks, canvasbacks and Atlantic brants. Mute swans are also known for being aggressive and killing other birds, according to the DEC, and even attacking humans."" Mar 11, 15 7:37 AM

East Hampton Airport Opponents' Lawsuit Dismissed By Appellate Court

Will someone please post a link to some (reasonably factual seeming) information on how much money EH and surrounding towns could lose if the town ends up limiting takeoffs/landings?

" Mar 12, 15 7:39 AM

DEC Rolls Out New Plan For Dealing With Mute Swans

#swanmanagement" Mar 12, 15 7:49 AM

East Hampton Airport Opponents' Lawsuit Dismissed By Appellate Court

From the study:

State and local taxes : $ 1,339,000
(Direct + Indirect) Employment: 91
Output: $12,605,100

If this is correct, tax revenue seems low.
Is the question then how much of the total output will disappear by limiting air traffic?
Certainly not all of it.
What are some guesses?" Mar 13, 15 7:42 AM

Yes, but what do you think about the noise caused by all of the helicopter flights?" Mar 19, 15 7:36 AM

Do you have any solution to offer, or are you suggesting that nothing be done?" Mar 19, 15 7:40 AM

sort of, i guess my question related to the noise issue - how soulusipse feels about it" Mar 20, 15 8:08 AM

Fish Farm Idea Floated For Ocean Off South Fork

what's the problem with this project again? we don't want to increase a population of fish?" Mar 21, 15 10:02 AM

ATT Will Test Tower Site Off Spinney Road In East Quogue

maybe just use the existing tower behind the fire department, sharing is caring." Apr 2, 15 7:29 AM

what are you trying to say?" Apr 6, 15 10:11 AM

Traffic Questions Continue To Confound As Board Closes Tuckahoe Center Hearing

It is only 12.7 miles from the King Kullen in Hampton Bays to the King Kullen in Bridgehampton.

There is a Citeralla, Schmidts, Walbaums, Green Thumb, Milk Pail, etc. between the two stores.

Where is the need for a place to shop? What are people missing today?" May 1, 15 7:42 AM

Residents Warn Southampton Town Board To Run From 'The Hills'

This just about sums it up:

"Many of the items listed under the proposed benefits should be carefully considered,” said Jennifer Hartnagel, senior environmental advocate for The Group for the East End. “I think many of them don’t pass what I call the ‘smell test,’ and should be considered mitigation, not benefits."

...mitigation, not benefits
" May 8, 15 8:39 AM

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