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10/10/17 3:46pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Candidates for Town Council, from left, Marcus Kaasik, Albert Dickson and Councilwoman Amber Brach-Williams at the candidates forum Sunday in the school auditorium.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Candidates for Town Council, from left, Marcus Kaasik, Albert Dickson and Councilwoman Amber Brach-Williams at the candidates forum Sunday in the school auditorium.

According to League of Women Voters of Shelter Island President Lois B. Morris, a camera malfunctioned while recording the League’s and the Shelter Island Association’s presentation of a candidate’s forum on Sunday. (more…)

09/24/15 2:00pm
The library’s annual day planner is on its way with stunning images from three of the Island’s most talented shutter bugs.

The library’s annual day planner is on its way with stunning images from three of the Island’s most talented shutter bugs.

BY SUE HINE
The Friends of the Shelter Island Library are fortunate to have three talented photographers who have donated their time and expertise to the Day Planners over the past three years.

Their latest work for the 2016 Day Planner featuring 15 “classic” Islanders will be revealed at the October 9 Friday Night Dialogue at 7 p.m. — a must-not-miss event. (more…)

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07/03/15 12:00pm
REPORTER FILE PHOTO|

REPORTER FILE PHOTO|

The deer or us
To the Editor:
Michael Coles’ recent letter (“Time to turn pro,” June 25) was an excellent summary of our tick problem on the Island. Although a Bambi lover, I agree that the situation has not been solved chemically and now calls for an immediate culling of the herd by professional sharpshooters/hunters. (more…)

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03/05/14 5:00pm
REPORTER FILE PHOTO

REPORTER FILE PHOTO

Glynis Berry, executive director of Peconic Green Growth, a small non-profit concerned with water quality, gave a PowerPoint presentation on the Island’s septic systems to the Town Board work session Tuesday.

A crisis is in the making and we’re at a tipping point because of antiquated systems, Ms. Berry said, and the discharge of nitrogen into our ground water, creeks, ponds and bays. (more…)