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11/21/18 6:00am
11/21/2018 6:00 AM

Riverhead Highway Superintendent George Woodson voiced his opposition last Thursday to a proposal to take oversight of the town’s municipal garage away from him and give it to the police department.

Mr. Woodson took over that position last year and received a $20,000 stipend on top of his highway superintendent salary of $94,803. READ

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02/07/16 12:00pm
02/07/2016 12:00 PM


Following last year’s contentious election for supervisor, incumbent Sean Walter — after eking out a victory over Councilwoman Jodi Giglio — extended what seemed at the time was an olive branch by including $80,000 Ms. Giglio had requested for a new computer system and increased code enforcement.

Now, whether or not the town will get that computer system, which was meant to streamline the code enforcement and building departments to clamp down on enforcing the town code, remains in question. READ

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12/10/15 5:44pm
12/10/2015 5:44 PM

John Dunleavy of Riverhead

Fresh on the heels of an Empire Center report that said that Riverhead Police salaries are 30 percent higher than the state average, and a Newsday report that ranked Riverhead’s police chief as the highest paid employee in Suffolk County in 2014, Riverhead Councilman John Dunleavy is calling for a salary increase for some employees on Howell Avenue: himself and the rest of the Town Board.