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09/02/18 6:00am
09/02/2018 6:00 AM

Southold Town will host a forum on deer management Wednesday, Sept. 12.

The meeting, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall, will address the excessive deer population on the North Fork.

According to town environmental analyst Craig Jobes, the dramatic increase in the white-tailed deer population has resulted in widespread landscape damage and crop losses, as well as an increase in Lyme disease and vehicular collisions. READ

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09/01/18 6:00am
09/01/2018 6:00 AM

Southold Town has received additional state funding for the Bay to Sound trail project. On Tuesday, the Town Board approved a resolution accepting $171,963.07 in state grant money, and two other project-related resolutions. 

“We received grants two years in a row for different parts of the project,” said John Sepenoski of the town’s geographic information systems. READ

07/18/18 12:00pm
07/18/2018 12:00 PM

With summer in full swing, water usage is peaking — and threatening the supply from the aquifer. As a result, Southold Town is looking to “lead by example” when it comes to water conservation efforts.

During a Town Board work session Tuesday morning, members of the water conservation committee presented a study revealing one harrowing reality: Current water use in Southold Town is not sustainable.  READ

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07/04/18 8:08am
07/04/2018 8:08 AM

Organizations looking to host special events in Southold Town must now seek approval through the Town Board — an administrative change that has businesses that rely on events as a major portion of their revenue stream on edge. READ

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05/15/18 6:00am
05/15/2018 6:00 AM

To get an estimate of just how many deer there are roaming from Laurel to Orient Point, Southold Town’s department of public works will be conducting a deer census next month and is calling on volunteers to pitch in. 

The census will also help determine which areas in town need more deer-management efforts.  READ