Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz notably pointed to the “New York values” of billionaire Donald Trump during a recent debate. Now, one New Yorker is questioning the values of Mr. Cruz, saying he shouldn’t even be on the ballot in the New York GOP primary since he wasn’t born in this country. READ
The two candidates vying for the Democratic nomination in the June 28 primary for the First Congressional District seat squared off in what was their first public debate Wednesday night.
Parents and senior citizens say there’s a dire lack of recreational activities in Southold Town. And at a town Zoning Board of Appeals meeting Thursday, dozens of residents said Sports East — a proposed private sports facility in Mattituck — is just what the town needs.
Greenport’s general fund, water fund and electric funds are doing well, according to an audit of the village, but its sewer fund operated at a loss in the fiscal year ending May 31, 2015. READ
The Long Island Railroad parking lots near the North Ferry dock in Greenport are free to use and do not feature any time restrictions.
But that could soon change under a proposal Greenport Village Trustees have approved and sent to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority for consideration. READ
A proposal to pay three judges $150 apiece to judge a painting contest for the 14 rounding boards on the Mitchell Park carousel failed to get majority support from the Greenport Village Trustees Thursday. READ
What’s one thing Southold Town desperately needs? According to Town Supervisor Scott Russell, it’s more affordable housing. READ
The Southold Town Planning Board recommended that the town’s Zoning Board of Appeals hold off its review of a sports facility proposal since an environmental study is also required.
Residents on the East End looking for better access to Congressman Lee Zeldin will get their chance beginning in February. READ
Can a member of a Greenport Village Zoning Board participate in board meetings through a video conference program like Skype? READ