It’s a welcome sight to see a new traffic light being installed at the Route 48 and Depot Lane intersection where four women were killed in July.
I can certainly appreciate your editorial advocating for the banning of single-use plastic bags.
There’s a renewed push in the U.S. Congress for legislation to strengthen the federal government’s activities on Lyme disease, endemic on the North Fork, Shelter Island and all over Long Island.
To the editor:
The Southold Town Planning Board has one difficult impending decision on whether to permit the senior housing construction in Cutchogue. READ
It’s been 14 months since Southold Town hosted a public forum to debate banning plastic bags across the East End. At the time, the crowd overwhelmingly supported an edict preventing businesses from giving out plastic bags at checkout lines. READ
Every year at this time we use this space to ask Suffolk Times readers to nominate candidates for our People of the Year issue. We will name an educator, businessperson, community leader, sports and overall person of the year in January. READ
To the editor:
The North Fork Audubon Society commends both Zach Ellis and Peconic Landing for their efforts to educate our community about the importance of pollinators in our landscape. READ
I experienced a déjà vu moment the other day as I played tennis across the net from Paul May, one of the 11 children of Southold resident John May, who died Aug. 21 at the age of 87. READ
The floodgates have recently opened on the spam folder in my email account and I have a depressing announcement to make, dear reader, for which I apologize in advance: The spam people have won. READ