Category Archives: Town Board

Those Bothersome Facts

In the age of “alternative facts”, Breitbart and Fox faux news, we can all make an effort to point out BS when we recognize it!  Bravo Nigel, an R&R regular, for his Letter to the Editor of the East Hampton … Continue reading

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Participate in Our Democracy

Tuesday November 7th is Election Day. Please go out and vote! In East Hampton, we will be voting for Town Supervisor, Town Board, Town Trustees and county wide offices including Suffolk County District Attorney and Suffolk County Legislator. If you … Continue reading

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Let’s Vote

Letter to the Editor in the East Hampton Star  Oct. 26, 2017 “Self-Defeating” With two weeks to go, anecdotal evidence suggests that many potential voters in our region: 1. don’t know much, if anything, about individual candidates; 2. are unaware … Continue reading

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Schizophrenia in the East Hampton GOP

Published in The East End Beacon, June 8, 2017 To the Editor:   Reg Cornelia’s recent outbursts lay bare the schizophrenia afflicting the East Hampton GOP. Most recently, on behalf of the EH GOP, he viciously and misleadingly denounced the … Continue reading

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Starving Our Children?

By Bruce Colbath, published as a letter to the editor “Backward we will go”  in the East Hampton Star May 25th, 2017. We have already seen the amazing callousness that Mr. Trump and his Republican cronies have shown towards the … Continue reading

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Offshore Drilling on the Horizon?

Letter to the Editor Published in The East Hampton Star, April 27, 2017   On Sunday, Guild Hall hosted a program concerned with the preservation of the waters surrounding the East End. Flanked by scientists supporting their efforts, Deputy Town … Continue reading

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