Southampton Town Police and The Southampton Town Police Explorers participated in the United States Drug Enforcement Administration National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 23. The department collected over 230 pounds of unwanted, unused, and expired medications from the community. â€śBy collecting these medications we are keeping them out of the hands of our most vulnerable populations as well as preventing them from being disposed of improperly which could make its way into our water system and polluting the environment,â€ť police spokeswoman Lieutenant Susan Ralph said in a statement. In its 21st year, the DEA Prescription Drug Take Back ... by Staff Writer
Traffic is currently the biggest problem in Southampton Town, and the consequences are many. Small businesses and restaurants are struggling to find employees. Schools are losing qualified teachers. School buses are not getting kids to class on time. As traffic conditions have worsened, individuals with the power to do something have done little to address the problem. They have floated grand ideas of commuter parking lots, trains, workforce housing, accessory apartments. The list goes on and on, with little improvement. People who travel our roads on their daily commute know a few small changes can cause drastic improvement. The recent ... by Staff Writer
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