To the Editor:
Last week at the monthly Board of Education meeting, I extended a thank you to the Shelter Island Bucks General Manager Brian Cass, and Walter Richards of Liberty Landscape, for a job well done on some work they had completed at the school baseball field where the Bucks play. (more…)
“Thanks for getting a record number of deer taken last season,” were the words of Animal Control Officer Beau Payne at Tuesday’s meeting of the Deer and Tick Committee at Town Hall. (more…)
The old saying that no one pays attention to politics until after Labor Day is true — except for party leaders and candidates who have been busy defining issues and mapping strategies.
As the official election season opens for the race to Election Day 2019, we caught up with the Island politicos. (more…)
Over the past several weeks, two letters from Julia Weisenberg and one from Marcus Kassik didn’t have accompanying editor’s notes that they are running for Town Council seats on the Republican line this November.
Also, in a story on the political races published yesterday, Councilman Jim Colligan’s name didn’t appear.
The Reporter regrets these errors of omission.
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The Deer & Tick Committee won’t be recommending changes in its priorities when it comes to budgeting for 2020, putting considerably more money into supporting its 4-poster program than culling efforts. But it’s contemplating asking for about $5,000 more for culling than it sought in the current year’s budget. (more…)