The Southampton Press Eastern Edition Person Of The Year: Bryan Polite - 27 East

The Southampton Press Eastern Edition Person Of The Year: Bryan Polite

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Shinnecock Tribal Trustees Chairman Bryan Polite.

Shinnecock Tribal Trustees Chairman Bryan Polite.

Shinnecock Tribal Trustees Chairman Bryan Polite.

Shinnecock Tribal Trustees Chairman Bryan Polite.

Shinnecock Tribal Trustees Chairman Bryan Polite.

Shinnecock Tribal Trustees Chairman Bryan Polite.

Bryan Polite.  DANA SHAW

Bryan Polite. DANA SHAW

authorCailin Riley on Dec 30, 2021
On the surface, running a commercial greenhouse operation doesn’t seem like a career path that would provide a natural segue into local politics or public service. But Bryan Polite has... more

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