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Town board should remember it represents citizens, not developers

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Featured letter: Riverhead, unlike other towns around it on the East End, has bent over backwards for developers.  Look around, what do we see?

Town should have had police at protest

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Next time I hope the town board and police officials have a more thoughtful crowd plan activated for an event of this size where the potential exists for vehicle-pedestrian mixing and/or counter-demonstrations.

State should follow Suffolk’s lead on gas tax relief

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To the Editor: For the past several months, gas prices nationwide have been at unsustainable highs. The average price...

Let’s not diminish the conservation-minded anglers

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I just read your article and was disappointed in your representation of the recreational catch and release fishery.

‘They need to do a lot better’

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To the Editor: This “temporary” suspension is meaningless. (“Local history museums suspend executive directors,” Feb. 18.) It is...

Nepotism at work in Town Hall?

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Letter: The promotion of a sitting councilman's live-in son-in-law as town attorney is an example of nepotism in Riverhead Town Hall.

Calls on board allow public review & discussion of new EPCAL plan

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In an open letter to the Riverhead Town Board, Calverton resident asks the board to delay action on new approach to closing land deal.

Latest twist in EPCAL/Triple Five deal requires closer public scrutiny

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Ever since the crash-landing of Sean Walter's Bezos-like trip into aerospace with Luminati, his successors on the town board have found themselves in bed with the Ghermezians but not getting much sleep.

A high school on Sound Ave. is ‘absurd’

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Traffic on Sound Avenue makes it inappropriate for a school.

‘Bullying’ has no place in Town Hall

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Politics are politics, however the trend of bullying, mansplaining, and general male-privileged behavior has no place in a public forum in Town Hall.
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