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*•* East End Municipalities

*•* The Nature Conservancy - Long Island: Peconic Estuary

*•* Group for the East End -
ACTION ALERT! *•* Click here to to use Group for the East End's online messenger to send the Southold Town Board an e-mail or letter.
Also see North Fork Updates on page 8 of   *.* Group Action - Winter 2008
*•* North Fork Environment Council -
*•* Pine Barrens Society -
*•* Dark Sky Society -

*•* Sensible and Efficient Lighting to Enhance The Nighttime Environment -

*•* Sustainable Southold -
*•* Southold Citizens for Safe Roads
*•* East Marion Community Association -
*•* Poquatuck Hall -
*•* Save Sag Harbor - -- Sag Harbor has the same issue as Southold Town, “site plan review moratorium”, very important legislation for time to work out zoning code and overdevelopment issues

*•* Cutchogue-New Suffolk Chamber of Commerce -
*•* Eastern Long Island Sailing Association -

Southold Town website is extremely unorganized (*•* For an example click here)

However, there are two webpages on other websites linked to from Southold Town website which have extremely useful and useable content.

To jump to Southold Town Clerk’s Portal (click the following)

There you can view agendas of the next meetings and minutes and videos of past meetings.

Click the small video camera icons to view videos of Town Board meetings. Under the video you will see the minutes of the meeting on which you can click on topics or speakers name to jump to the video of that point.

Advantages over Cablevision include:
1. Everyone can access the videos. If you do not have your own computer with internet connection you can go to your local library.
2. Watch when you want. Choose any meeting since July 07, start whenever, pause resume rewind fast forward ... You can even slow down the fast talkers and speedup the slow talkers (Use your right mouse button on the video to popup a menu of viewing options).

To browse Southold Town Code
click on

(If the link does not work the first time, close the window and try it a second time)

After you get to the main page,

click on
< Table of
Contents >

then on the + sign to the left of
< Part II General Legislation >

If you don't see what you are looking for
then try clicking on the + sign to the left of

After you click on any ARTICLE
click the < BACK > button of your browser
to return to the previous screen.

Suffolk County

Potential serious water supply problems exist on the North and South Forks of Long Island.

No deep aquifer source exists at these locations. At these locations, available supply is extracted only from shallow wells which tap fresh water underlain by salt water.

Only approximately fifty percent (50%) of annual precipitation infiltrates to the water table and recharges the ground water system the other half is lost to evaporation and direct runoff.

*•* Long Island Aquifers

While there is no real question that careful management of this resource is necessary to insure continuous availability and sustainability, the current reliance on disjointed efforts of Suffolk County Water Authority and Suffolk County Department of Health is rarely questioned. IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE!

As far as we know, the applicant for the Heritage at Cutchogue development does not have a website.  If the developer really wanted to communicate with the community don't you think there would be a website? If there is a website please contact Cutchogroup.

The East End of the Cutchogue Flow System is located at Hashamomuck Pond.
*•* Hashamomuck Pond Wetland Restoration

*•* Good Neighbors Dept. -
*•* Town of New Castle Reader's Digest property Condo Proposal -
*•* Planetizen: The Planning & Development Network —

The initial impetus for the formation of Concerned Citizens of Cutchogue, an ad hoc group comprised of Cutchogue and New Suffolk citizens, was to raise awareness of issues surrounding the pending Board of Cutchogue Fire Commissioners proposal to almost nine million dollars ($9,000,000) of taxpayer's money to build a 25,000 square foot fire station at the corner of Route 48 and Cox Lane. The stated goals of the organization are to promote community discussion and to facilitate awareness, fiscal responsibility and transparency in community affairs. It remains to be seen if the group will take a position on the proposed Heritage at Cutchogue.
*•* Concerned Citizens of Cutchogue

*•* NYS DOS Comprehensive Planning for Local Governments


*•* Project Sunlight by NYS Attorney General -

*•* Southold Democratic Club -
*•* Green Party of Suffolk County -
*•* Independence Party of Suffolk County -
*•* Southold Republican Club -
*•* Long Island Environmental Voters Forum -
*•* Suffolk County Board of Elections -
*•* New York State Board of Elections -

Codes of the Five East End Towns
(If these links do not work the 1st time, Try them a 2nd time)

*•* PC-Code for Town of East Hampton, NY

*•* E- Code for Town of Riverhead, NY
*•* E- Code for Town of Shelter Island, NY
*•* E- Code for Town of Southold, NY
*•* E- Code for Village of Greenport, NY
*•* E- Code for Town of Southampton, NY
*•* E- Code for Village of Southampton, NY
*•* E- Code for Village of East Hampton, NY

*•* Suffolk County Laws

*•* Southold Town Flags