House of the Week

03/08/2011 3:46 PM |

This four-bedroom, three-bath contemporary home offers great room with large stone fireplace and wood-burning stove, dining room, open kitchen with breakfast bar and top-grade appliances, first-floor master bedroom suite, mud/laundry room, rocking-chair front porch that opens onto foyer, vaulted ceilings, ruby rosewood floors throughout, substantial deck, Gunite pool overlooking pond, and 8,500 KW solar panels to supplement the high-efficiency heating/cooling system.

Location: Shelter Island
Price: $1,145,000
Broker: Town & Country Real Estate, Southold, 631-948-0143

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  • Random AND unscientific AND residential? What is the point of this comment?

  • Random AND unscientific AND residential? What is the point of this comment?

  • It is called political satire (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_satire)

    Many of these VIOLATIONS appear to be insignificant technicalities.

    FOR EXAMPLE: >> Lemon slices were found openly displayed at the patron self-service tea area in the cafe.

    We need to be safe, but do we need to be sterile?

    The Suffolk Times did the right thing publishing this news story. But, why not include a link to the report?

    About the Report:
    http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/health/Restaurant/intro.html

    Search the inspection records:
    http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/health/Restaurant/Rest_Search.aspx

  • By the same token, one could ask:

    “Why would a local business be lax about safe food-handling when poor practices could harm local customers?”

    A couple restaurants that we frequent had violations, and others did not. None of the violations noted would stop me from eating in those places, but I have a right to know, and the Times is doing its job, and a public service, in running stories like this.

  • By the same token, one could ask:

    “Why would a local business be lax about safe food-handling when poor practices could harm local customers?”

    A couple restaurants that we frequent had violations, and others did not. None of the violations noted would stop me from eating in those places, but I have a right to know, and the Times is doing its job, and a public service, in running stories like this.

  • And, is anyone from Mamaroneck facility coming to pick them up?

  • aside from the nuisance debris, they pose no danger to public health

  • but the raw sewage does.

  • the point was that it was just as usless as the article………..