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Keep our Fish from Getting Hooked!

It's a start! Thank you to our independent East End pharmacies, who are now offering a program to help us keep toxins from unwanted medications out of our waterways. Bring your drugs on Wednesday this week, November 17th 2010, between 10 a.m. and 5...

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Halloween Tutorial – how to get a mooring

BOOOO-EEEEE! Please take a moment to enjoy our trick or treat - a Halloween tutorial on getting a mooring - just for laughs! And a special welcome to all our new subscribers to the SoutholdVOICE newsfeed. The video takes a while to load, so...

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How to reduce your medication plume in one easy step

There is increasing concern about what the effects of these drugs are once they find their way into our ground water, rivers, lakes estuaries or oceans and ultimately back into us. Dennis Lane makes the case to stop disposing of all medications, both prescribed...

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County Road 48 Washout – let’s study the study!

An analysis of a press conference by SoutholdVOICE Chair Chairman John Betsch, comments by Lynn Laskos, of the Hashomomuck Cove Group, copies of the letters between Marc Alessi and Peter Scully of the DEC, who were both no-shows, and more photos. Ted Finch, Regional...

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County Rd 48 Washout – Press Conference latest!

A few photos uploaded to our Flickr photostream: It was a spectacular clear blue sky day, a tranquil spot belying the fury of an impending washout of the last 17ft, but there’s no doubt from the turnout that this cause is serious…a full report...

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County Rd 48 Washout – Contact addresses

Call to action: 2pm on Wednesday September 22nd 2010 Press conference is 2pm sharp, allow 30 – 40 minutes. Where: 55915 County Road 48, Southold, NY 11971 ……UPDATE……UPDATE…..UPDATE….. SoutholdVOICE received a note from Jill Doherty that the Trustees will be there and there has...

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Another Party to Remember

The Events Committee, with Candace Corlett chairing our Sundowner, is again to be congratulated on a great job. As was mentioned that night, “the devil is in the details” and every detail was covered.

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