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06/24/17 6:00am
06/24/2017 6:00 AM

“Basically, nothing much as changed in the last two years.”

That’s how Democratic supervisor candidate Laura Jens-Smith described downtown Riverhead after she and her running mates, Catherine Kent and Michele Lynch, led the media on a “walking tour” of the area last week. READ

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05/12/17 9:00am
05/12/2017 9:00 AM

Riverhead Democrats are touting their roster of prospective candidates as the first all-woman slate to run for Town Board.

The trio of “Riverhead moms” has “extensive experience serving the public, raising families and working with community leaders and residents,” a press release from the Democrats states. “They also bring a new, common sense perspective on resolving concerns and issues that have long troubled our town.”


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04/05/17 1:31pm
04/05/2017 1:31 PM

The Riverhead Town Board on Tuesday unanimously authorized the signing of a letter of intent to sell most of the remaining town-owned land at the Enterprise Park at Calverton, including both runways, to Luminati Aerospace LLC for $40 million.


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01/25/17 6:30pm
01/25/2017 6:30 PM

Sean Walter

Supervisor Sean Walter’s reaction to Laura Jens-Smith’s speech announcing her intention to challenge him in the upcoming November elections?

“First of all, that was basically a speech written by Tony Coates for Sean Walter,” the supervisor said Wednesday. “So either Tony Coates is running her campaign or she’s 100 percent plagiarizing me.” READ