While you weren’t looking, the Environmental Protection Agency held two unadvertised “hearings” on dumping Connecticut dredged spoils into eastern Long Island Sound. Both were held May 25 in Riverhead and at the Mattituck-Laurel Library. All attendees spoke against this plan.
In a recent letter to the editor, Laura Jens-Smith wrote of a one word change in a specific Riverhead Zone Use District code. Her careful research resulted in the identification of a change from “requirements” to “guidelines.”
I applaud your recent editorial support for those agencies and their employees that provide services for the intellectually and developmentally disabled. READ
The proposal for an assisted-living facility in Riverhead is wrong in so many ways. READ
To the editor:
During the campaigning for the 2015 election in Riverhead for town supervisor and Town Board members, I attended many a debate between the candidates. My daughter, Laura Jens-Smith, was a candidate for Town Board. READ
It’s 7:13 a.m. and my daughter just left for Riverhead High School. She would normally catch a 6:08 a.m. bus which would mean getting up at 5 a.m.
To the editor:
Here we go again! Whether it is an unprecedented storm approaching, a deadly disease being sold to us, or the Powerball lottery, the media covers every angle and mass hysteria takes over. READ
What was the point of Diana Gordon’s article about embracing immigrants? Few people are unwelcoming to immigrants and fewer still oppose immigration. READ