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…)
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Speakers at a community forum on water quality held Saturday at the school auditorium included, from left, Mashomack Preserve Director Jeremy Samuelson, former town engineer John Cronin and Mark Mobius, chairman of the Water Quality Improvement Projects Advisory Board.
“Don’t dig for water under the outhouse!”
The advice is centuries old, but applies today for many Islanders, according to former town engineer John Cronin, speaking at an October 14 community forum on water at the school auditorium hosted by The Nature Conservancy and Daniel Gale Sothebys International Realty. (more…)
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12
Book in the woods, through October read pages of “Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn” on half-mile Mashomack Preserve trail. Adult must accompany children. Call for details (631) 749-4219.
Voter registration, for library budget vote. 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Library, upper level. (more…)
ANNETTE HINKLE PHOTO | Jeremy Samuelson is looking forward to his new position as director of Mashomack Preserve. He begins his job on the Island this spring.
This spring, Jeremy Samuelson begins a new job on Shelter Island — and he couldn’t be more excited.
Mr. Samuelson has been named Mashomack Preserve director by The Nature Conservancy. He replaces Mike Laspia who retired last fall after 37 years in the position, along with his wife Susan, who worked as the preserve’s operations manager. (more…)