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Meeting: June 11, 2019

  • Old Noyac Schoolhouse 3010 Noyack Road Sag Harbor, NY, 11963 United States (map)

Guests:

Sage Witty and Francesca DiSpigna

Sage Witty and Francesca DiSpigna

  • The NCC 2019 Scholarship Winners:
    Sage Witty and Francesca DiSpigna

  • Candidates for Southampton Town Trustees:

    Republican Party Candidates: Ed Warner, Jr. Scott Horowitz, Don Law, Thea Fry and Megan Heckman.

    Democratic Party Candidates:Ann Welker,Andrew Brosnan, David Mayer and Bill Pell.

    Each group of candidates will have a set amount of time to introduce themselves and discuss issues. This is not a debate.

    Meet the persons who want to be the stewards of more than 25,000 acres of undivided, colonial-era lands consisting of Southampton shores, waterways, marshes and bottomlands. Their jurisdiction includes public access to the water, advising the Town on coastal related issues, maintaining and protecting surface water quality, regulating dock and bulkhead construction, promoting sustainable harvest of commercial shellfish and finfish, providing a safe marine environment, etc.


Items of Interest:

  • Judge James Ferreira issued his decision on the Town of Southampton vs. NYSDEC. Details will follow. (The NCC has joined the Town, the Suffolk County Health Dept., Assemblyman Fred Thiele, Jr., Group for the East End, Campaign for the Environment and the Southampton Civics in suing the DEC for its reversal of its September, 2018 ruling. The DEC gave the Sand Land Mine a permit for another 8 years which would allow the mine to excavate 40 feet deeper to our aquifer. The Health Dept.’s June, 2018 report cited the Mine’s operations which contaminated our aquifer with pesticides, carcinogens, radio active chemicals, etc. ).

  • Thank you to those who wrote letters or made phone calls or signed petitions asking for a public hearing with the DEC in the newly issued Sand Land Mine permit. We gathered 757 signatures. To date we have not heard from the DEC on this matter. The NCC will continue to demand a public hearing.

  • Member News – Dan Welden Studio in Noyac would like to announce the SIXTH ANNUAL PRINT PARADE EXHIBITION. June 8 - July 10 / 2019.
    Opening Reception: June 8 / 4:00 - 7:00 pm.
    1649 Millstone Road Sag Harbor, New York.
    Gallery open by appointment only.
    Please contact Dan Welden studio 631.725.3990 or by cell 631.804.0721

Earlier Event: May 14
Meeting: May 14, 2019