Southold Town is considering a pair of amendments to the town code that could affect waterfront property owners.
The changes were among the topics discussed at Saturday’s meeting of SoutholdVOICE, a nonprofit promoting awareness of issues affecting shoreline and marine resources.
The bathrooms at Southold Town’s beaches hadn’t been opened last month and beachgoers desperate for a bathroom break had been taking some extreme measures, Councilwoman Jill Doherty said at Tuesday’s Town Board meeting.
The challengers seeking seats on the Southold Town Board this Election Day centered their campaigns around the idea that there’s a need for change in a town where all five board members have been elected with Republican support. Don’t vote for the status quo, they urged.
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.
From left, Bill Ruland and Jill Doherty.
Two years ago, Southold Town’s Democratic challengers ran on the need to bring party balance to an all-Republican Town Board.
Unlike the Southold Town supervisor debate that followed it, Thursday evening’s four-person debate among Town Board candidates was a tame affair. READ
The Suffolk Times will host a pair of public debates tonight, Thursday, Oct. 15, featuring candidates for Southold Town supervisor and Town Board. READ
The Suffolk Times will host a pair of public debates Thursday, Oct. 15, featuring candidates for Southold Town supervisor and Town Board.
Southold Town Republican Committee chairman Peter McGreevy, left, with candidates Richard Caggiano, Jill Doherty, Scott Russell, Dave Bergen and Glenn Goldsmith. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
The Southold Town Republican Committee has selected a familiar roster of names to serve as its candidates in this year’s town election.
Of the eight Republican candidates on the ticket, seven have run for office before, including all six incumbents who sought re-election. Town Supervisor Scott Russell, and Town Board members Jill Doherty and Bill Ruland, top the ballot. Mattituck attorney William Goggins is once again the party’s choice for Town Justice. (more…)