To the Editor:
As I understand the town’s short-term rental law, I can’t rent my home more than once every 14 days. This is to reduce noise, traffic, turnover, etc. (more…)
The Shelter Island political season got off to an early start — eight months before Election Day — with the Shelter Island Democratic Committee announcing its 2019 slate of candidates for supervisor, Town Board members, and highway superintendent. (more…)
Part of the bipartisan group protesting in the Center in October 2016 over the theft and destruction of political lawn signs.
As the November 6 election approaches, there are complaints of lawn signs being stolen or vandalized around the Island. Leaders of both political parties have taken stands against such actions, but the problem has persisted, they say. (more…)
Preliminary reports from absentee ballots counted over the weekend from Shelter Island’s November 7 election indicate that Democrat Albert Dickson has taken the lead over Republican Marcus Kaasik for a Town Board seat. (more…)
50 YEARS AGO IN HISTORY
The Beatles released “All You Need Is Love” while the Doors’ “Light My Fire” climbed to the top of the pop charts.
Five weeks after Biafra broke away from Nigeria, the Nigerian Civil War broke out with the stronger Nigerian forces finally forcing the Biafrans to capitualte. Both sides saw massive loss of life and Nigeria sustained a heavy hit to its image as pictures of starving Biafrans were shown around the world.
Tennis legend Billie Jean King won Wimbledon beating Ann Jones of Britain while John Newcombe of Australia took the men’s title that year, beating Wilhelm Bungert of West Germany
“Funny Girl,” which had opened at the Winter Garden Theater in New York City with Barbra Streisand in the title role, closed after 1,348 performances.
And on Shelter Island . . .