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09/03/15 2:57pm
09/03/2015 2:57 PM

BARBARAELLEN KOCH FILE PHOTO  |  Mason Haas in his office in Town Hall.

After hearing oral arguments Thursday afternoon, a Suffolk County Supreme Court judge deferred ruling on the lawsuit filed by tax assessor Mason Haas against the Town of Riverhead, allowing him to remain in his elected position as the judge reviews the case.

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08/29/15 3:50pm
08/29/2015 3:50 PM

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Riverhead Town Tax Assessor and Republican Committee chairman Mason Haas has sued Riverhead Town over its recently passed ethics law, accusing Town Board members and Supervisor Sean Walter of targeting him as political retribution. READ

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07/24/15 6:00am
07/24/2015 6:00 AM

BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTOThe Riverhead Republicans celebrate their victorious sweep Tuesday nignt (from left) chairman Mason Haas, Jodi Giglio, Sean Walter and John Dunleavy.

Six Riverhead Republican committee members who supported incumbent Supervisor Sean Walter in the May 26 nominating convention have since been removed from the committee, a move some see as retribution from party chairman Mason Haas, who supported Councilwoman Jodi Giglio in the convention. READ

07/21/15 10:22pm
07/21/2015 10:22 PM
Riverhead Republicans celebrate their victorious sweep Election night in downtown Riverhead in 2013. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch file)

Riverhead Republican leader Mason Haas, left, and Supervisor Sean Walter, top, in happier times,  celebrating a Republican sweep Election night  in 2013. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch file photo)

Riverhead Republican leader Mason Haas will be required to step down from either his position as party chair or his position as an elected assessor under an ethics code revision approved by the Riverhead Town Board in a split vote Tuesday. READ