Quogue Mayor Unveils Tentative $8.4M Budget For 2017-18 - 27 East

Quogue Mayor Unveils Tentative $8.4M Budget For 2017-18

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Students at Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School wore blue Monday in honor of the national "Stomp Out Bullying" campaign. ALEXA GORMAN

Students at Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School wore blue Monday in honor of the national "Stomp Out Bullying" campaign. ALEXA GORMAN

Material from the former Tappan Zee Bridge is dropped into the Atlantic Ocean—roughly 2 nautical miles from the Shinnecock Inlet— in May, bolstering an artificial reef.     PRESS FILE

Material from the former Tappan Zee Bridge is dropped into the Atlantic Ocean—roughly 2 nautical miles from the Shinnecock Inlet— in May, bolstering an artificial reef. PRESS FILE

Brian Sckipp manually labeling the Strawberry Blonde beer cans. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Brian Sckipp manually labeling the Strawberry Blonde beer cans. ANISAH ABDULLAH

author on Mar 21, 2017
Quogue Mayor Peter Sartorius presented his tentative $8.4 million budget for 2017-18 to the Village Board on Friday afternoon, a plan that increases overall spending by about $170,500, or roughly... more

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