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08/16/16 8:00am
JULIE LANE PHOTO Interns mapping septic systems this summer are (left) James Read and Wyatt Brigham.

JULIE LANE PHOTO Interns mapping septic systems this summer are (left) James Read and Wyatt Brigham.

Last year’s single town intern, Kiera Nissen laid the groundwork for intern Nicole Oliveri while former intern Henry Read provided the initial efforts for Wyatt Brigham and James Read to continue mapping septic systems on the Island this summer under the direction of Town Engineer John Cronin. (more…)

02/01/16 4:30pm
BOV DeSTEFANO PHOTO | Cori Cass at his desk at Chase.

BOB DeSTEFANO PHOTO | Cori Cass at his desk at Chase.

Give this a try: For the year 2006, name the Heisman trophy winner, Miss America, Academy Award winners for Best Actor and Actress and the winner of the Pulitzer Prize. (more…)

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06/22/15 4:30pm
HALSEY QUINN PHOTO Town intern Henry Read, getting to the bottom of the road infrastructure of Shelter Island.

HALSEY QUINN PHOTO
Town intern Henry Read, getting to the bottom of the road infrastructure of Shelter Island.

Henry Read parked along the side of Hay Beach Road on a hot day last week as light filtered through a canopy of trees.

Walking the length of the street and back, his eyes scanned the intricacies of the road. But Mr. Read wasn’t just going for a summer stroll, he was working. (more…)

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09/09/14 2:00pm
REPORTER FILE PHOTO | Henry Read, an intern in the Building Department this summer, was tasked with mapping Island septic systems.

REPORTER FILE PHOTO | Henry Read, an intern in the Building Department this summer, was tasked with mapping Island septic systems.

The first step in moving Shelter Island toward cleaner water — mapping existing aged septic systems — is about one-third complete thanks to the efforts of summer intern Henry Read who worked on the project for several weeks this summer. (more…)

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08/11/14 2:00pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Building Department intern Harry Read at work mapping aged septic systems as a first step in a campaign to make Shelter Island’s water safer.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Building Department intern Harry Read at work mapping aged septic systems as a first step in a campaign to make Shelter Island’s water safer.

One of the keys to Shelter Island’s long-term ecological sustainability lies in a computer program installed on a computer at the Building Department. (more…)