11/13/16 8:50am
11/13/2016 8:50 AM

Earlier this spring, I began working through the application process with Southold Town to build a production brewery on an industrially zoned parcel located on the corner of Oregon Road and Cox Lane in Cutchogue. Work sessions gave way to a public hearing, and then to more work sessions, as our team worked to address any concerns the Planning Board and planning department had with our site plan.

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10/30/16 8:05am
10/30/2016 8:05 AM

With a very important Election Day coming up Nov. 8 and a lot on the line for our land of the free and home of the brave — by and for the people — here’s what America’s founding fathers believed:

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people,” declared John Adams, America’s second president.

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10/23/16 9:00am
10/23/2016 9:00 AM

Peconic Bay

This Election Day, voters on the North Fork can take a huge step to improve water quality and preserve open space and farmland. Since 1999, the Community Preservation Fund has raised over $1 billion for land and historic preservation in East Hampton, Riverhead, Shelter Island, Southampton and Southold, which cover 40 percent of Suffolk County’s land.

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11/12/14 11:17am
United Riverhead Terminal in Northville plans to convert two of the existing petroleum tanks on its property to gasoline storage tanks. (Credit: Tim Gannon)

United Riverhead Terminal in Northville plans to convert two of the existing petroleum tanks on its property to gasoline storage tanks. (Credit: Tim Gannon)

The United Riverhead Terminal is located in the hamlet of Northville on a bluff overlooking Long Island Sound. Nearby are a Riverhead Town beach, farm fields, vineyards, the newly acquired county park at the preserve and the long-established residential community of Northville Beach, which pre-dates the terminal. In the 1950s, many of those residents or their families — mine included — vehemently opposed allowing the terminal. (more…)

09/21/14 12:00pm
09/21/2014 12:00 PM
(Credit: Times/Review stock art)

(Credit: Times/Review stock art)

It was with sadness but not surprise that I read the recent report about the demise of French in the Mattituck School District. As the school population on the North Fork continues to ebb and our school districts are put under more and more economic pressure, cutting programs continues to be a technique we use to save money. Is this wise?  (more…)