Vintage car owners gathered from Main Street to East Main Street last month to express their outrage over fake Baker race car entered in the Historic Hill Climb
Retail store operators gathered from Main Street to East Main Street last month to express their outrage over the PJ EDC sponsored farmers market.
Residens gathered from Main Street to East Main Street last month to express their outrage over the proposed ICE sea lion training facility in Port Jefferson.
As expected the crowd was large and boisterous and two things were clear: In this polarized political landscape any innovative idea is bound to spark controversy. And a lack of transparency breeds rumor and innuendo.
The great Port Jeff. flood of September 2012
What can be said? Those who experienced it can only describe it, those who missed it can listen to the tales and imagine the event unfolding. A thick black cloud from the west, than the skies opened up. From up on Thompson Street the sound no one wanted to hear, was it the St. Charles Hospital sump again? Breached by the torrential downpour? No, thankfully this time just rain from above, washing down the street, bringing gravel and dirt with it, jumping curbs and entering stores, flooding basements and filling the Gap parking lot. Continue reading
A little known amendment to the surface transportation bill appears to have triggered the latest bridge controversy. Continue reading
As readers of our spring issue recall, TZREW promised and we have delivered a selection of alternatives to the horrific test pile platform proposed by the Tappan Zee Bridge project team. Continue reading
Residents and homeowners gathered on both sides of the river last month to express there outrage over the bridge project. Continue reading