Don Oliver has been a hard worker his entire life.
A member of the United States Navy during the Vietnam War, Mr. Oliver then spent the next three decades as a truck driver for numerous companies, traveling from New York to Florida and everywhere in between.
Tuesday is Election Day nationwide and voters in Riverhead Town will be asked to choose a supervisor, two council members, two assessors and a town justice.
Tuesday is Election Day nationwide and voters in Riverhead Town will be asked to choose a supervisor, two council members, two assessors and a town justice. They’ll also pick a county executive and legislator.
Mason Haas, left, and Paul Leszczynski.
Paul Leszczynski and Mason Haas have served as assessors since 1997 and 2007, respectively. Between them, they also have 44 years of experience owning title research companies before taking office and have served admirably during their tenures. They both deserve your vote for office again.
Your Sept. 17 editorial, “Town’s budget woes are coming to light yet again,” is unfortunately spot on in identifying the issues that many taxpayers, myself included, have with Sean Walter, our current supervisor. READ
A state Supreme Court Judge dismissed a lawsuit last week filed by Town Assessor Mason Haas, which sought to overturn a town law enacted earlier this summer that prevented a political party chairman from also holding elective office. READ
Riverhead Republican Committee Chairman Mason Haas has announced he’s stepping down from the position as his term expires. READ
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.