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03/13/17 6:00am
03/13/2017 6:00 AM

Amy Folk spends her days dedicating herself to local history, working as an archivist and collections manager for organizations like the Oysterponds Historical Society, Southold Historical Society and Suffolk County Historical Society. Now, Ms. Folk, who is also president of the Long Island Museum Association, is taking on another role: Southold Town historian.

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03/12/17 7:00am
03/12/2017 7:00 AM

Southold is the first small municipality on Long Island to be named a Clean Energy Community, the town announced last week. 

The designation from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority acknowledges the town’s efforts to reduce energy use, cutting costs and driving clean energy locally, according to a press release from the town.

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03/04/17 10:50pm
03/04/2017 10:50 PM

Tourists may know Southold Town for its wineries, open fields and beaches, but equally important are the historic buildings dotting the landscape. Southold’s dozens of registered historic structures help create its characteristic small-town feel, advocates say.

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03/03/17 12:33pm
03/03/2017 12:33 PM

Scott Russell

Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell said Thursday he will propose legislation this year to encourage affordable housing development by allowing apartments in commercial properties.

During his annual “State of the Town” at Town Hall, Mr. Russell said he’s proposing to change town code to allow apartments as a primary use in commercial zones. Currently, apartments are only allowed as accessory uses above stores.

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03/03/17 5:45am

Art Tillman

Although Southold Town Board members discussed reservations they have about a bill in the state Legislature to create a Peconic Bay Regional Transportation Council during a work session last month, Supervisor Scott Russell said Tuesday they haven’t dismissed it altogether.

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