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The public meeting room of Town Hall.
A cheery berth for Gary Gerth
After the last several divisive years on the Island, as elsewhere, Codger wishes the newly-elected supervisor good tidings as he deals with a number of critical issues left over from previous administrations, including water quality, ticks, deer and that never-ending complication called short-term rentals. (more…)
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Supervisor Jim Dougherty
Codger first met Jim Dougherty in the big city a quarter-century ago. (more…)
Cruising the Island at 30 miles an hour was Police Chief Jim Read’s idea, not Codger’s.
At a recent Town Board meeting, after the chief presented the results of 14 years of traffic studies on New York Avenue and St. Mary’s Road, Councilwoman Chris Lewis asked about lowering speed limits.
Chief Read suggested that concerned residents might “drive around at 30, get a feel for it.” (more…)
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO | Codger at home with Crone (a ka a Lois B. Morris) and Cur (Milo) at their West Neck Road home.
Cur is ailing.
The canine cardiologist has confirmed the vet’s diagnoses of pulmonary hypertension and congestive heart failure, which may be slowed but can’t be reversed or cured. Cur may have a year. (more…)
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO | Codger at home with Crone (aka Lois B. Morris) and Cur (Milo) at their West Neck Road home.
In these final, frantic days of summer, Codger is looking forward to the real life that begins after Labor Day, not only the draining of the Island but the new political season. Elections! Lawsuits! Deer hunting! Septic scares! There’s even an online remake of a superhero series called “The Tick”! (more…)