I am quite disturbed by a recent article in your paper concerning the expansion of the commercial brick building shopping center in Cutchogue owned by Al Terp Jr. (“Expanded shops in Cutchogue,” April 7).
To the editor:
So they are going to fly all the single-engine aircraft returning to the city right over my house — how lucky are my neighbors and I? READ
In reference to the article about the East End Seaport Museum (“Giving the building away,” April 21) I would encourage former trustee David Corwin to check his facts before stating that “a bunch of people from Orient” run the museum. READ
I have lived in Cutchogue so long I am now a grandmother. I am also an American historian who has taught for many years.
The Southold Town Anti-Bias Task Force will present a program called Synergy at the Southold Recreation Center April 28. The task force’s mission is to “promote diversity, unity and understanding within Southold Town.” READ
As Ingrid Lemme, marketing director for Gurney’s Inn in Montauk, was quoted by Jeff Miller in Long Island Business News on Dec. 4, 2008, “If it comes to pass, it will be the biggest spa on Long Island.” READ
I was somewhat relieved that The Suffolk Times editorial board has expressed reservations about the proposed $15 an hour minimum wage.
Don’t chase away a business
In response to your recent editorial, I totally agree with that sentiment but I would also like to add my opinion. In full disclosure, I worked at STIDD Systems around 15 years ago but I have not spoken with owner Walter Gezari since leaving there. READ
To the editor:
What an honor to be recognized by The Suffolk Times as the Businessperson of the Year. READ
The request to the Greenport Village Board by Walter Gezari, owner of STIDD Systems, to use a helicopter to make his business more efficient is not much different than many other American companies that use general aviation. READ