The Southold Board of Trustees has blocked ambitious plans to expand a small structure next to Kenney’s Beach in Southold from a roughly 900-square-foot bungalow to a two-story, 1,900-square-foot house. READ
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In July 2014, a corporation named Southold Sunsets bought a small beach cottage on a third of an acre adjacent to Kenney’s Beach in Southold.
The company name surely derives from the location of the property, which abuts the beach parking lot, where many local residents sit in their cars to watch the sun sink slowly into Long Island Sound.
Goldsmith Inlet along the Long Island Sound. (Credit: Suffolk Times, file)
To the Editor:
Again, your reporter covering the Town Board meeting of May 6 has got all the facts wrong. What the Town Board approved is the expenditure of $31,000 to rewrite the scope (outline) of the Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed project to shorten the Goldsmith Inlet jetty. (more…)
Rev. Peter J. Garry of St. Patrick’s R.C. Church in Southold celebrated mass on Kenny’s Beach Sunday. Father Peter said he offered this special mass in gratitude for the gift of another great summer.
“It was a beautiful mass on a beautiful morning and a great way to end the summer vacation,” said Donna Roller, who attended the mass.
Check out courtesy photos from the unique event below:
DONNA ROLLER COURTESY PHOTOS | Rev. Peter J. Garry of St. Patrick’s R.C. Church in Southold celebrated mass on Kenny’s Beach Sunday.