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Nightmare from the summer of 2013 when Bortech, a Long Island Power Authority subcontractor, failed in its attempt to run cables from Shelter Island to Greenport.
Power, and who gets it, who uses it and who fights for it, is at play between some Greenport residents and Shelter Island.
Power — electrical and political — is the prize in this battle, with the Greenporters riled up and publicly flogging their elected officials, PSEG and Islanders over the planned digging of a tunnel to house cables running from a Greenport neighborhood to the Heights.
Islanders want to say, “Welcome to our world,” because we’ve been through it. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO | The Town Board and a union are nearing agreement on a labor pact.
The Shelter Island Town Board and the Civil Service Employees Association are nearing completion of a new contract that is to be retroactive to January 1 and will continue through December 31, 2018. (more…)
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO | Shelter Island’s newest councilwoman, Mary Dudley, at home with two of her four rescued dogs.
It’s official. Mary Dudley has her hat in the ring for this November’s election seeking a full term on the Town Board. She is backed by the Shelter Island Democratic Committee (SIDC). (more…)