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Sunset & Wines – Summer Party

SoutholdVOICE invites you, family and friends, Friday July 22nd, 2011 7:00 - 11:00pm at Macari Vineyards in Mattituck. Catering by Christopher Michaels. Music by The East End Trio. Raffle prizes you won't want to miss! Click the link for our dinner menu, a music demo and online ticket sales.

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CAC Presentation by John Bredemeyer

Event: For everyone interested in helping remediate impaired Town Shellfish Lands, John Bredemeyer will be making a brief presentation at 4:30 PM on Wednesday May 11, 2011 at Down's Creek Preserve, Cutchogue to the Conservation Advisory Council. Public welcome! Topics include Coliform Bacteria, Involved Agencies & New water testing methods.

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Save the Dates

Save the dates … two dates. Sunset & Wines, SoutholdVOICE’s summer party is being held at 7pm on July 22nd at Macari Vineyards in Mattituck. Our Annual Membership Meeting is Saturday July 30th at 8:30 am at the Peconic Recreation Center, Peconic Lane, Southold.

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Beware of Open Space Next to You?

The Town Board's purchase of open space throughout the Town of Southold have been overwhelmingly supported by the community. However, when land next to your house or in close proximity to your neighborhood is considered for acquisition by the Town for open space, the...

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No Bluffing

Washington State's Whatcom County policy of valuing the potential environmental benefits of natural disasters over the lives and property of its own citizens is unacceptable . . . and unlawful.

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West Creek pollution, the Real Culprits

John Kramer responds to this week's letter in The Suffolk Times by Valerie Leonik. There's more to the story, and it all depends on where you're standing how you view the health of our waters. Read his opinion and hear the geese for yourself.

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9,200+ seek refuge on Facebook run by Student Volunteers

Facebook Pages in the NZ earthquake Our organization’s thoughts and prayers are with the victims in Christchurch, surrounding areas and with their families and friends at this time. To honor them, we will endeavor to improve our citizen input to situational awareness for emergency...

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Coastal Erosion Meeting Feb 16th 2011

Nervous wait continues as storms keep marching east. The Coastal Erosion Meeting by government officials hosted about 80 members of the public. The purpose of the meeting was to explore both short term and long term solutions to the coastal erosion happening on Long...

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