With the new year comes several changes to Southold Town government, including the swearing in of three newly elected officials.
Town Justice Brian Hughes and Trustees Nick Krupski and Glenn Goldsmith took their oaths of office alongside several incumbents at a swearing-in ceremony at the Peconic Community Center Monday morning. READ
A former Southold Town senior court clerk accused of stealing more than $230,000 in bail funds pleaded guilty to a grand larceny charge Jan. 14. READ
After all the absentee votes had been tallied Friday afternoon, Democratic Town Justice candidate Brian Hughes hadn’t just protected his slim lead over Republican opponent William Goggins — he extended it.
County officials plan to count about 450 remaining absentee ballots Friday to determine the outcomes of two Southold Town races that remain up in the air. READ
The candidates running for Southold Town justice this year made a gentleman’s agreement during the campaign that once the results of the election were in, they would make dinner plans together.
Tuesday is Election Day nationwide and voters in Southold Town will be asked to choose a supervisor, two council members, two trustees, a town justice and assessor. They’ll also pick a county executive and legislator.
Tuesday is Election Day nationwide and voters in Southold Town will be asked to choose a supervisor, two council members, two trustees, a town justice and assessor.
When he ran for judge in 2013, Mattituck attorney William Goggins was by far the more aggressive candidate. He spoke passionately about the need to reform the Justice Court by creating administrative efficiencies and making it safer.
Mattituck attorney William Goggins has won all three primaries for the Republican, Conservative, and Independence party nominations for Southold Town Justice, according to unofficial results. READ
A trio of primaries will be held Thursday in the race for Southold Town justice.