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01/28/15 2:00pm
REPORTER ILLUSTRATION/SATELLITE IMAGERY FROM GOOGLE MAPS This map shows the plan for North Ferry traffic that was considered in the spring of 2014, but never implemented.

REPORTER ILLUSTRATION/SATELLITE IMAGERY FROM GOOGLE MAPS
This map shows the plan for North Ferry traffic that was considered in the spring of 2014, but never implemented.

Almost a year has passed with no action to reroute North Ferry traffic in Greenport and a meeting Friday between general manager Bridg Hunt and Railroad Museum officials appears to be unrelated to any change. (more…)

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01/23/15 10:00am
REPORTER FILE PHOTO Icicles hanging from melting snow on Shelter Island buildings offered a clear indication in 1985 of bone-chilling temperatures that accompanied a brutal snow storm.

REPORTER FILE PHOTO
Icicles hanging from melting snow on Shelter Island buildings offered a clear indication in 1985 of bone-chilling temperatures that accompanied a brutal snow storm.

50 YEARS AGO IN HISTORY

President Lyndon Johnson was in the first week of his own full four-year term, having been inaugurated in his own right, after succeeding President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, when Mr. Kennedy was assassinated. (more…)

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01/23/15 8:00am
JULIE LANE PHOTO “It looks like an archaeological dig,” ZBA member Patricia Shillingburg said about this Ram Island Drive property in December. She and her fellow ZBA members are no happier a month later as they continue to see revised plans that raise questions about what the owners plan.

JULIE LANE PHOTO
“It looks like an archaeological dig,” ZBA member Patricia Shillingburg said about this Ram Island Drive property in December. She and her fellow ZBA members are no happier a month later as they continue to see revised plans that raise questions about what the owners plan.

They said it last month and again Wednesday night. The ZBA not only wants to know what a finished structure will look like, but what steps are being taken to reach the desired end. (more…)