TUESDAY, July 11, 2017
Old Noyac School House 7:30 PM.
GUESTS: Candidates for Southampton Town Council:
Tommy John Schiavoni
Each candidate will address our members individually and will answer questions from the floor. This is NOT a debate.
No cell phones nor recording devices will be allowed at this meeting.
Items of Interest:
- The NCC will continue to present the candidates for public office at our next several meetings: Please become an informed voter and attend our meetings:
At our Sept. 12, meeting: Candidates for Town Supervisor and Candidates for Superintendent of Highways. At our October 10, meeting: Town Trustee Candidates.
- A large number of neighbors on Bay Avenue & nearby streets in Noyac have been active in trying to preserve the wetlands at the end of Bay Avenue. These neighbors have contacted the Community Preservation Fund (CPF) ( CPF Program Manager Mary Wilson email@example.com) encouraging the CPF to purchase this property located at 38 Bay Avenue.
If you have questions, or if you are interested in helping to preserve this fragile piece of Noyac Bay wetlands please contact one of our NCC members, Barbara Hosking (Bahosking@aol.com ) 28 Bay Ave. for details.
- Southampton Town recently established a link on its website to report airport noise. https://airnoisereport.com All complaints will be forwarded to relevant agencies, elected representatives, and community groups. The Town will also forward complaints to other noise monitoring services that request it. This reporting tool was made possible by the efforts of the Airport Noise Advisory Committee, which includes Councilwoman Christine Scalera and NCC Members Barry Holden and Gene Polito. Thank you all.
- Do you have a business and wish to give NCC member discounts? If so, please contact Janet Verneuille (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Police Chief Steven Skrynecki spoke at our June meeting. Thanks to NCC member Dorothy Frankel’s involvement, the Police Dept. has been monitoring the traffic on Noyac Road and is developing a plan to make Noyac Rd. safer. Thanks, Dorothy