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Sag Harbor Village Considering Eminent Domain For Ferry Road Property

“...the care of the earth is our most ancient and most worthy and, after all, our most pleasing responsibility. To cherish what remains of it, and to foster its renewal, is our only legitimate hope.”
― Wendell Berry, The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays
Plymouth, Massachusetts has created a beautiful waterfront park enjoyed by the locals as well as visitors from around the world. Sag Harbor’s efforts, as stewards of the land, to mirror this undertaking is truly commendable.

" Jan 25, 16 1:45 PM

Sag Harbor Village Considers Using Eminent Domain For Waterfront Park

“...the care of the earth is our most ancient and most worthy and, after all, our most pleasing responsibility. To cherish what remains of it, and to foster its renewal, is our only legitimate hope.”
― Wendell Berry, The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays
Plymouth, Massachusetts has created a beautiful waterfront park enjoyed by the locals as well as visitors from around the world. Sag Harbor’s efforts, as stewards of the land that we know and love, to mirror this undertaking is truly commendable." Jan 25, 16 5:05 PM

Farrell Building Adds Shovel-Ready Packages

The two forks of Eastern Long Island are extremely fragile. In 1969, Southampton Town published several research projects delineating the serious issues with our water supply; that was forty-seven years ago. With no means of removing waste coupled with the current status of our drinking water, is additional development really a viable option? " Feb 26, 16 12:40 PM

Flanders, Riverside Residents Weigh In On 'The Hills'

Please reference the following document:

REPORT ON REGULATING POPULATION DEVELOPMENT TO MEET LIMITED WATER SUPPLY IN THE TOWN OF SOUTHAMPTON

Prepared for the SOUTHAMPTON TOWN BOARD, APRIL 1969

By John P. Mahoney, Consulting Engineers
3 Lazare Lane
Islip, New York

Enough Said!

" Mar 1, 16 4:16 PM

Sag Harbor Village Board Releases Plans For Proposed Waterfront Park

Beautiful! Sag Harbor will be the jewel in the crown of Eastern Long Island. " Mar 6, 16 2:20 PM

Updated 'The Hills' Environmental Impact Study Describes When Community Benefits Would Arrive

Yet another development! It is certain- there are those who can't possibly understand that "love of the land", "stewardship" and simply the remaining rural character of an area that once knew just that, trumps money, money, money. Please, find another area to ruin, Eastern Long Island has had enough!!" Apr 26, 16 5:32 PM

DEC Still Reviewing Recent Licensing Changes That Handcuff Wildlife Rehabilitators

Regarding the ongoing movement to rid Eastern Long Island of deer-An article recently published on internet concerning similar efforts in Connecticut "This is both dangerous and highly destructive. It is so far beneath what Greenwich, CT should be doing to their last suburban wildlife whose contribution to the ecology is immeasurable.
The Deer are a Keystone Species, and once they are brought to extinction, the repercussions of this misguided and ignorant extermination will have effects far beyond what is currently known by any scientific study.
The Deer actually help to keep the forest understory manageable, and are NOT the source of the LYME Tick, as is wrongfully promoted by some blinded people in government today.

It is the Field Mouse and Birds who spread the Lyme tick, which itself was a USDA Laboratory-made infected Tick intended for use as a Bio-weapon. However, the infected Tick escaped from a badly run lab in Long Island Sound, and hitched rides on migrating Birds approximately 30 years ago. Thus, it is not the Deer who are to be scapegoated here. The Tick, like all parasites, attaches itself to any warm blooded mammal.
You would have to live in a parking lot, without any vegetation or natural life around you, to be able to eradicate any parasite that has lived in nature for thousands of years.

The fact remains that the indigenous Deer are very important to keeping the Lyme Tick away from people, since they keep the forest manageable with its understory being kept from overgrowing, which attracts vermin and other parasites.

We must stop this horrible tactic to Backyard Bait and Execute our last remaining Deer."


" May 11, 16 8:58 AM