The Greenport Village Board voted Thursday to send a letter to County Legislator Al Krupski (D-Cutchogue) asking that the legislature allow a “landing fee” for cars entering Greenport from the North Ferry the next time the ferry company goes before the legislature to seek a fare increase. READ
Greenport Village will be putting plastic bag receptacles at the Fifth and Sixth Street beaches in an attempt to get dog owners to pick up after their pooch. READ
Incumbent trustees Mary Bess Phillips and Julia Robins both retained seats on the Greenport Village Board after Tuesday’s election, defeating their lone challenger, Paul Kreiling, and will serve four-year terms.
In our 2013 endorsement of Mary Bess Phillips and Julia Robins for Greenport Village trustee, we wrote about communication. At the time, Village Board meetings had become a recurring showdown between a small group of residents and the board.
The three candidates running in this year’s Greenport Village Board election have different ideas about how $1.3 million from the tentative PSEG-Long Island cable project agreement should be spent.
UPDATE (March 13): The Greenport Village Board debate scheduled for Monday night has been moved up from 7 p.m. to 6 p.m. to accommodate Floyd Memorial Library’s schedule. READ
Four candidates are running for two seats up for grabs in this year’s Greenport Village Board election.
Trustees Mary Bess Phillips and Julia Robins will face challengers Paul Kreiling and Lucy Clark, village officials confirmed Wednesday. Each seat carries a four-year term.
The Greenport Village Board held off on voting to increase the salaries of the mayor and four trustees Thursday night, although the majority of board members said they support a raise for the mayor, but not for themselves. READ
The Greenport Village Board election will be held on March 21, 2017 with two seats up for grabs. Both incumbents, Mary Bess Phillips and Julia Robins, said they plan to run for re-election. READ
Last year, the Greenport Village Board considered enacting a law to deal with short-term rentals, but never adopted it.
Now, the issue is coming up again. READ