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brookhaven highway supervisor candidates


Republican Dan Losquadro who is running for Brookhaven Highway Superintendent will be opposed by a former Republican Kathy Walsh. Walsh has served as the Coucilwoman representing the third council district for seven years. She was also the deputy supervisor under Mark Lesko a Democrat and acting supervisor until Ed Romaine's election in November. Walsh has changed her political registration to the Independence Party but will also run on the Demoratic line. The date for the special election will be March 5

posted: 1/9/2013

brookhaven highway superintendent election


Republicans have chosen State Assemblyman Dan Losquadro to be their candidate in the special election to fill the position of Brookhaven Town Highway Superintendent. The Democrats plan to announce their choice very soon. The date of the special election is still to be determined.

posted: 1/3/2013

differing views on new zoning designation


Brookhaven residents sounded off this week on proposed changes to zoning including the creation of a Next Generation housing zoning designation. The zoning is intended to encourage affordable housing and walkable, mixed use communities. Some residents felt that this new zoning designation would curtail sprawl and control development. Other residents dosagreed and felt that this was a pro development policy and that there was no proof that this zoning would produce a better quality of life. The planning Department has scheduled a public informational meeting on 1/7 at 2pm to present the proposed zoning changes. The hearings will remain open to comment until 1/22/13.

posted: 12/21/2012

no merge dates for special elections


Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine & Councilman Dan Panico again called on the Suffolk County Legislature's Democratic Majority to merge dates for the special election in the First Legislative District & Brookhaven Town Highway Superintendent together on the same date to save taxpayer dollars. According to Supervisor Romaine the issue is now unfortunately moot and therefore the resolution by Councilman Panico to allow greater flexibility and amend the law to mirror the County law on filling vacancies will not be voted on at the December 18th town board meeting. The election date for filling the vacancy in the First Legislative District will be January 15, 2012 . Romaine indicated that the vote to fill the Highway post will be at least 60 days after the present officeholder leaves .

posted: 12/18/2012

walter/krupski debate scheduled


Republican Sean Walter and Democrat Al Krupski will participate in a January 7th debate sponsored by the Times Review. The debate will take place at the Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead.

posted: 12/17/2012

new fire building rejected


Voters is the wading River Fire District voted to reject a proposal to borrow $4.75 million to build a new fire station on Hulse landing Road. The vote was 198 opposed and 126 in favor of the new building.

posted: 12/12/2012

holiday lights by duck ponds


Yes the Holiday Lights are up near the Duck Ponds. We hope to have them on shortly. Thanks once again to Sid's Elves. A big shout out for our Senior Elf Jack Guthy and Dominique Mendez, Debra Hall, Rich Gibney Stephanie Bail, Diane & Roman Sodawy, Bill Gunther (our tallest elf), Jim Foster, Vince Fitzgerald. Once again we thank Frank Vaughan ( Vaughan Electric ) for his assistance. Special thanks to The Grind Cafe for providing us with delicious hot chocolate. We also would like to thank the Town of Riverhead for their cooperation.

posted: 12/1/2012

romaine - brookhaven town supervisor


It's official, Ed Romaine will be sworn in as the new Brookhaven Town Supervisor. The former Suffolk County Legislator faces many challenging issues such as ending Brookhaven's dependence on landfill generated revenues. We wish him the best of luck.

posted: 11/26/2012

relief for north shore beaches?


Riverhead Supervisor Sean Walter is seeking some way to help the battered home owners along the town's North Shore. Hurricane Sandy has left many Wading River residents along the LI Sound in a very precarious state. Walter is considering asking for another emergency dredging which would provide some protection for vulnerable Creek Road residents. It is unlikely that FEMA will pay for an off shore beach replenishment project and besides that Riverhead would not be able to come with up a required 25% share. There appear to be no easy quick fixes on the horizon.

posted: 11/17/2012

jpower visits 11/15 civic meeting


Representatives of JPower will introduce themselves at the 11/15 meeting of the Wading River Civic . In October, LIPA selected JPower and Caithness as the finalists in their quest for the construction of new generating capacity on Long island. LIPA plans to make a decision which company they will choose to build a large base load natural gas plant in about the next 6 months. If selected the Caithness Plant would be built in Yapank or the JPower plant would be constructed on the LIPA property by the abandoned nuclear plant. It is our understanding that JPower is planning to do a large scale community outreach meeting in the near future.

posted: 11/11/2012

 

 

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