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Times/Review Newsgroup hosts legislative debate

GIANNA VOLPE FILE PHOTO | Christian Helck put the finishing touches on a new sign at Martha Clara Vineyards in August. A legislative debate is now set for Jan. 7.

Times/Review Newsgroup is hosting a legislative debate tonight, Monday, at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead. The debate will put Riverhead Supervisor Sean Walter, a Republican, against Southold Councilman Al Krupski, a Democrat.

The debate is open to the public and doors open at 6:30 p.m., with the debate starting at 7 p.m. First come, first serve for seats with about 150 seats available but plenty of standing room.

Times/Review executive editor Grant Parpan will be moderating the debate and asking prepared questions.

Guests will also get a chance to ask questions.

The candidates are running in a special election to fill the county’s 1st legislative seat vacated by Ed Romaine (R-Center Moriches), who was elected supervisor of Brookhaven Town Nov. 6.

The special election is being held on Jan. 15 at locations throughout the 1st district.

Times/Review’s newspapers and news websites cover most of the legislative district, including Southold, Riverhead and Shelter Island. The company publishes The Suffolk Times, Riverhead News-Review and Shelter Island Reporter newspapers, as well as the papers’ affiliated websites.

The district also reachers into eastern Brookhaven Town.

Prior Coverage:

Walter, Krupski to square off in special election

Editorial: Winter election will be heating up the North Fork

AL KRUPSKI   and   SEAN WALTER

12/23/10 1:21pm
12/23/2010 1:21 PM

Continuing a News-Review tradition that started just three years ago, our last edition of the year — out today, Dec. 23 — is our “faces” paper. It’s front cover features a sampling of people who appeared in our pages over the last 12 months. Men and women and children, heroes and villains, we’ve got 180 faces in all. That’s almost double the amount we had in previous years. And we left out the animals.

Pick up a copy of the paper to find out if you or someone you know or remember fondly is on the front page. Check out the paper also to see our “Year in Review” picture spread.

We hope you enjoy poring over the “Faces of 2010” feature just as much as we did putting it together.