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Montauk United

Providing Montauk Residents a Means to Speak and Act as One!

Voices

PSEG

Posted by joan on 12 April, 2019 at 10:50 Comments comments (34)

To the Editor:


While excellent in both content and craftsmanship, The Star’s reportage of the April 2 PSEG new substation presentation in Montauk contained two inaccuracies.


Over 500 individual informational pieces of literature were distributed to attending individuals during the entire event. Two hundred-plus people attended the presentation in the morning/afternoon period, and over 300 att...

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Airport Letter

Posted by John Stikeman on 16 September, 2017 at 10:50 Comments comments (58)

From: Tom Bogdan, MONTAUK UNITED.ORG 631 668 3290


To the Editor,


Quiet Skies, an anti E.H. airport special interest group has attacked the veracity of Montauk United and its efforts in defending the interests of Montauk and its citizens. In order to separate relevant fact from insinuation, the following is the basis for Montauk United involvement.


Both Mon...

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Airport

Posted by Bruce Lee on 25 May, 2017 at 14:05 Comments comments (408)

Sorry Montauk residents---You might consider lobbying the EH Town into buying the Montauk airport--and then when the EH airport closes---Montauk's will close as well. You have can't force suffering onto others for your own gain. Only selfish weak people would engage in such rhetoric.

Residents all around the airport---including the entire North Fork of Long Island and the entire North Shore--all the way to Manhattan have been suffering for years--and it's time to stop. Pitting Montauk a...

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The View from Montauk

Posted by joan on 26 January, 2017 at 19:00 Comments comments (467)

To the Editor


THE VIEW FROM MONTAUK


In an effort to respond to a vocal segment of East Hampton’s population, the Town Board is spending over 2 million dollars in legal fees in order to banish “noisy” aircraft from the East Hampton Airport. These types of aircraft are estimated to land within seconds of each other from early morning to well into the evening. Local citizen action gro...

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The Airport

Posted by joan on 26 January, 2017 at 17:30 Comments comments (85)

To the Editor,


In the 1/12/17 issue of the East Hampton Star, David Gruber and the East Hampton Airport Planning Committee, a group of airport neighboring property owners, announced a solution to their long term suffering inflicted by the outrageous activities of the East Hampton Airport. The plan is in response to what the Committee has continually deemed an intolerable and dangerous affront to mind and body, an intentional all-out attac...

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Housing Report

Posted by joan on 12 December, 2015 at 13:00 Comments comments (67)


To the Editor,


As we all know, Montauk has been plagued by a number of civic outrages such as public drunkenness, disgracefully bad behavior, late night crime and a generally “wild party” attitude which has been foisted on our community by a small number of busines...

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Breaking the late-night music law - Letter to the Editor East Hampton Star

Posted by joan on 24 August, 2015 at 20:00 Comments comments (2238)


Montauk

 

August 24, 2015

 

To the Editor:

 

During the first week of September, the East Hampton Town Board will consider sanctions in response to unlawful actions by Ciao, a Montauk nightclub restaurant. This establishment has knowingly and continuously broken the late-n...

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Edgemere Congestion, Surf Lodge - Letter to the Editor East Hampton Star

Posted by joan on 10 August, 2015 at 20:05 Comments comments (28)


Edgemere Congestion

 

Montauk

 

August 10, 2015

 

To the Editor,

 

At the Aug. 6 town meeting, the East Hampton Town Board took a major step forward in coming to grips with one of Montauk’s largest public safety issues by unanimously agreeing to end parking ...

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End parking on key areas of Edgemere Avenue - Letter to the Editor East Hampton Star

Posted by joan on 6 August, 2015 at 11:15 Comments comments (0)

 

To the Editor,

At the Aug. 6 town meeting, the East Hampton Town Board took a major step forward in coming to grips with one of Montauk’s largest public safety issues by unanimously agreeing to end parking on key areas of Edgemere Avenue. The board deserves great credit in recognizing and responding to a proble...

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The Montauk Crisis - Letter to the Editor of the East Hampton Star

Posted by joan on 19 July, 2015 at 19:55 Comments comments (29)


The Montauk Crisis

 

Montauk

 

July 17, 2015

 

To the Editor,

 

The present and past East Hampton Town Board administrations have had varied and disparate approaches to the major civic crises confronting the citizens of Montauk. One policy w...

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