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10/23/14 8:00am
REPORTER FILE PHOTO |Shown here at her Sag Harbor home, Shelter Island Library Director Denise DiPaolo will soon be commuting east to Montauk.

REPORTER FILE PHOTO | Shown here at her Sag Harbor home, Shelter Island Library Director Denise DiPaolo will soon be commuting east to Montauk.

After seven years as director of the Shelter Island Public Library, Denise DiPaolo will be leaving at the end of December to take the helm of the Montauk Library. (more…)

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09/12/14 12:00pm
REPORTER FILE PHOTO Joanne Goodhart was one of many Garden Club of Shelter Island members in September 2004 helping to lead the celebration of 70 years of adding to the beauty of the Island through plantings evident throughout town. Happy 80th!

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Joanne Goodhart was one of many Garden Club of Shelter Island members in September 2004 helping to lead the celebration of 70 years of adding to the beauty of the Island through plantings evident throughout town. Happy 80th!

September 11, 2001

If President Franklin Roosevelt declared Pearl Harbor as a day that would live in infamy, for those too young to remember that attack,  September 11, 2001, the day thousands died in terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center Buildings, the Pentagon and United Airlines Flight 93 that crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, was a day that continues to haunt people worldwide who are still engaged in a war against terrorist activities. (more…)

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09/08/14 12:00pm
REPORTER FILE PHOTO Shelter Island Public Library is seeking a budget increase for capital funding and insurance costs.

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Shelter Island Public Library is seeking a budget increase for capital funding and insurance costs.

If voters approve it in October, the 2015 budget to support the Shelter Island Public Library will rise from $630,971 to $649,964, an approximate 3 percent increase in spending. In tax dollars, $562,053 will be needed, rather than the $540,436 budgeted to support the current year’s operations. (more…)