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Beach Clean Up Featured in Southold Local

Southold Shoreline cleanup coming soon; residents can deposit debris for free To view the full article please click here   Beautiful beach days are coming and that means dedicated volunteers are gearing up to join with Southold Town to clean up the shoreline. The...

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Candidate Question 4

Walk me through the first three things you would do if you got this job. DOMINO: (1) Study the Town Code …specifically Chapter 275-Wetlands and Shoreline Code; Chapter 96 – boats, docks,   and wharves; Chapter 111 – Coastal erosion. (2) Join the Shellfish...

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Candidate Question 3

What do you see as the main issues facing the Town of Southold as it relates to waterfront? DOMINO: Southold Town Trustees work diligently to balance an owners right to quiet enjoyment of his/her property, with the need to protect, preserve, and regulate use...

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Candidate Question 5

We’re constantly making things better, faster, smarter or less expensive by leveraging technology or improving processes – striving to do more with less. Tell me about a recent project or process that you made better, faster, smarter, more efficient, or less expensive. DOMINO:...

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Candidate Question 6

With Super Storm Sandy, Many homeowners found themselves confused and shocked at the damage:  What changes would you make on the communication and implementation of processes dealing with the aftermath within your respected departments? DOMINO: Immediately after Super-Storm Sandy the Trustees met with...

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Candidate Question 7

What is your position regarding environmental concerns and property rights.  How would you balance environmental concerns and property rights? DOMINO: See answers 1 – 6 above.           GHOSIO: As I have said in the past, I believe that...

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Candidate Question 8

How do you plan to address the deer and associated disease issue for residential homeowners? How would you institute a more active Town program to address this menace? DOMINO: Conventional hunting is ineffective for controlling deer population in Southold.  Deer… no longer a...

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RESULTS of SHORELINE CLEAN-UP ARE AMAZING!

10.70 tons of refuse was collected through the Town of Southold / SoutholdVOICE coordinated Shoreline clean-up as documented by the Town’s Waste Management Department As you recall there were fifteen drop spots throughout the Town. Some generated minimal activity while others generated multiple truck...

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SHORELINE CLEAN-UP MAY 17-18

Southold Township has over 160 miles of shoreline and close to fifty major creeks, ponds and inlets; our shoreline, both public and privately owned (to MHW), is a major asset to this town and should be cared for analogous to what is done for...

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What’s the Suffolk County Safe Boating Law?

Last October when County Resolution 830-2012 to establish boating safety requirements was signed by County Executive Bellone, Suffolk’s Charter Law “Suffolk’s Safer Waterways Act was official. What does that mean? The new law states: A. “No resident of Suffolk County shall operate a pleasure...

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