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10/26/18 5:53am
10/26/2018 5:53 AM

Southold Town officials are expecting to receive $230,000 in federal Community Development Block Grant funds to support local projects in 2019.

At a Town Board meeting Tuesday, officials asked the public to weigh in on what kinds of needs should be met with these funds. READ

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10/03/18 6:00am
10/03/2018 6:00 AM

Southold Town passed a $290,000 bond for the increase and improvement of facilities of the Fishers Island Ferry District last Tuesday night.

The bond will cover replacement engines on the MV Munnatawket estimated to cost a maximum of $150,000. The Silver Eel Channel will also be dredged for a maximum cost of $140,000. READ

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09/28/18 6:00am
09/28/2018 6:00 AM

A public hearing will be held Tuesday, Oct. 23, on a proposed revision of the town’s rental permit law.

The law would require owners of rental properties to obtain a permit, adhere to property maintenance guidelines and allow inspections of the property. Rental permit laws have brought crowds of concerned property owners to previous public hearings throughout the past year. READ

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09/27/18 5:58am
09/27/2018 5:58 AM

Southold Town accepted a bid Tuesday for an audiovisual improvement project that will include installation of higher quality microphones in the lobby and meeting room at Town Hall.

The bid, from Adwar Video of Farmingdale, came in at $51,650. The microphones will be mostly be wired instead of wireless, said Lloyd Reisenberg, assistant deputy emergency preparedness coordinator. The wired mics are more reliable and provide better sound quality, he said. READ

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09/18/18 5:55am
09/18/2018 5:55 AM

After hearing a presentation on the potential dangers of offshore drilling on the North Fork, Southold Town officials are considering a resolution opposing it.

A representative from Oceana, an international ocean conservation advocacy group, presented its findings about the risks of offshore drilling, including potential harm to local jobs and tourist attractions, during Tuesday’s Town Board work session. READ