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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Tony Amass~Obituary

Tony Amass, a long time resident of the Shores passed away suddenly.

Wake Friday,at John McManus and Sons Funeral Home, Ave. N, Brooklyn.

Our deepest sympathy to his wife and family .

Friday, November 11, 2011

Eleven~Eleven~Eleven

To all the residents of Southampton Shores who have served, thank you!  God bless you, and God bless America.

Monday, November 7, 2011

November Scenes

CLICK ON PICTURE TO ENLARGE!




The last roses of the season...

And an apple pie made with Southampton apples!  :)



Have a good week!

Monday, October 31, 2011

Updates

Dredging was discussed at the June meeting.

The dredging was done and sand deposited on the Bay side of East  Beach Dr.
Guy sent pictures, but I was unable to download them.

Leaf update:
Only leaves in brown paper leaf bags will be picked up.

Residents may self haul to the dump, no charge.
Residents may obtain a voucher from Hway Dept., pay a contractor to haul the leaves to the dump.  The voucher would cover the dump fee only..

Residents who are 73 or over, or are disabled can call the town for arrangements for leaf pick up.

No brush will be picked up, and leaves should not be placed in the street, keep them on your property.

Call the Highway Dept for further info.
A handicapped parking permit will not count as proof of disability, someone tried that.

Finally...


Happy Halloween!






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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Leaf Program~ Important News

As you all know only leaves in paper bags will be picked up by the town.

NO BRUSH will be picked up, so please don't put it out.  It will cause problems for the snow plows.

Please read this article for more information.

http://www.27east.com/news/article.cfm/General-Interest/402279/Southampton-Town-Leaf-Pickup-Program-Changes-Once-Again 
Disagreements over Southampton Town’s fall leaf pickup program have widened the rift between the Town Board and Highway Superintendent Alex Gregor, as both sides weighed in this week on another round of modifications to this year’s program.
Members of the Town Board this week charged that Mr. Gregor never formally presented the details of the new program to them, and one labeled the program “largely unworkable” as currently planned. Meanwhile, the highway superintendent harshly criticized board members for lacking the political will to help him reform the program, which he maintains is expensive, time-consuming and ridden with abeyances because of snowstorms.
The curbside leaf pickup program, which will kick off officially on Monday, November 14, includes several new facets—most notably the introduction of a voucher system, in which town residents will be asked to haul and dump their leaves for free at the town’s transfer stations in Westhampton, Hampton Bays, North Sea and Sag Harbor.
own Highway Department employees still will provide curbside pickup—but only to those residents who bag their leaves in biodegradable paper bags. The Highway Department will perform only one sweep down each road, and no loose leaves will be accepted.Residents under the age of 73 are being encouraged to self-haul loose leaves to the town’s transfer stations for free by utilizing the voucher system. To obtain a voucher, residents can call the Highway Department at 728-3600. Residents older than 73 or those who have special needs can also call the Highway Department to schedule a curbside pickup of loose leaves.
There will be no brush pickup, but town residents are going to be granted an amnesty period from November 15 to December 31 to drop off branches up to 3 inches in diameter at the town’s transfer stations for free.
Town Board members this week said Mr. Gregor had not formally communicated with them about the details of this year’s program, and that some of them learned of the changes through the media or through Town Highway Department flyers.
Town Councilwoman Bridget Fleming, at a debate last week, labeled the program “largely unworkable.” Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst likewise said this week that she was concern ed the program was too complex and unworkable. Town Board members Nancy Graboski, Jim Malone and Chris Nuzzi said they hadn’t gotten a formal briefing from Mr. Gregor on the changes.

“I think trying to sort out who has to bag and who doesn’t is fraught,” Ms. Throne-Holst said. “I would’ve really loved a joint discussion between the Highway Department and Town Board on this.”

Mr. Gregor reacted strongly to the criticism this week. He assailed Ms. Throne-Holst, claiming she and the rest of the Town Board never accepted his invitation to attend a leaf forum that was sparsely attended in June. An angry Mr. Gregor described Ms. Throne-Holst as a “narcissist” and—turning her phrasing back on her—claimed that her administration was “fraught with holes.”

“She’s full of sh--,” Mr. Gregor said. “She’s a charlatan. If she wants to use those pretty words, that it’s ‘fraught,’ why didn’t she come on board and help me with it?”
He added that this year’s program was the best he could do without the help of the Town Board. He blasted the Town Board for “sticking their heads in the sand” and refusing to deal with the issue.
“There’s a political price to pay for doing anything to the leaf program, because people don’t like change,” Mr. Gregor said.
Ms. Throne-Holst dismissed Mr. Gregor’s attacks, and criticized the highway superintendent for refusing to deal with the Town Board members directly. “I can say frankly that I’m frustrated with Alex not acting as though he’s part of a general administration here,” she said. “He acts as though he’s got his own little fiefdom going on over there. That just isn’t helpful to any of us, or the taxpayers, most certainly.”
She added that calling her names wasn’t going to help the situation.
“He can call me every name in the book, but unless he can come and have substantive and professional conversations with us, to the taxpayers, that’s just meaningless,” she said, “as well as to me. You can call me all kinds of things, but if you’re not going to come and talk to me as the supervisor of the Town Board, then calling us names is unprofessional, and it’s just not substantive.”

Mr. Malone said he didn’t find out about the new program until he was looking at a flyer on the kitchen counter of his Hampton Bays home, which was recently being renovated. “I’m saying, ‘What the hell is this?’” he recounted. “I mean, I’m a seated councilman. I walk into my kitchen, which is a construction site, and I pick up a flyer on the counter [saying] unless I’m 73 years old, the leaves are staying in my yard.”
Ms. Throne-Holst said she received the e-mail invitation to the leaf forum, but it wasn’t clear that Mr. Gregor wanted her or others there.
Asked why he set the cutoff age at 73 for loose leaf collection, Mr. Gregor replied, “It’s got to be some age.” He later explained that the age criteria, in part, was based on his 85-year-old father-in-law in Connecticut, who can still bag his leaves. Originally, he set the age limit at 77, but then after some community feedback, he lowered it to 73.
One of the biggest issues his crews face, he said, is that they are redirected to plowing roads once there is snowfall. It would be a great help, he said, if the Town Board was willing to add part-time seasonal staff to assist with the leaf program. It could cut cleanup time in half, he said, from three months to about a month and a half......................and more


There was also a full page announcement in  the last Southampton Press explaining the program.

If you are 73 or over, or have a disability letter, call the town Highway department.






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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Monday, September 26, 2011

And the winners are!

The winners of the 2011 Sunfish Races are:

1st Place    Paige Clark

2nd              Chris Greiner

3rd               Steve Pierce

Most Improved      Greg Petrillo

Submitted by John Petrillo

The winners of the Tennis Tournament are... 

Ingrid Hamilton and Ralph Petrillo were the winners.
 
Runners-up were Christina Reen and Frank Petrillo. 
 
8 women and 5 men participated.
 
Submitted by Bernie Soumoff 

Congratulations to all!

Saturday, September 10, 2011

July and August 2012 Rental Wanted

I have been asked by a woman who has rented here for 3 years to post this.

The house she is renting will not be available next year.


Waterfront or Water view

 July AND August

 2-3 bedrooms, 
 
2 baths, 
 
well furnished,
 
CAC.
 
She is a single woman with no children or pets.
Please contact me if you own such a property,  and I will forward the info to her.

She sounds like a perfect tenant!
 
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Sunday, September 4, 2011

Obituary~ Richard Brown

Deepest sympathy to Richard's wife, Pat Ellard Brown.

Richard A. Brown passed away on September 2, 2011 at the age of 77. He was the beloved husband of Patricia and  loving father of Arthur, Kevin and Pamela. He is also survived by his brothers Steven, Harold and the late Carl Brown. Richard was a cherished grandfather to Brian, Colleen, Lauren and Billy. Visitation will be held on Monday from 2-4 & 7-9 PM at the O'Connell Funeral Home, 30 Little Plains Rd in Southampton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Tuesday at 10:00 AM at Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary RC Church in Southampton. Interment will follow with full military honors at Long Island National Cemetery in Pinelawn.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

IMPT INFO RE Hurricane Debris Pick UP

They have already started picking it up.  They hired private contractors to do it.

From Highway


              We started the curb side pick-up today and DO NOT have any schedule.  We suggest that ALL residents put their debris out immediately. 
              Sandy asked about leaves and I believe all debris will be picked up that is on the curb.  Please have the residents be sure to keep the larger items (over 3 inches in diameter and no longer than 6 foot long) in a separate pile.  This is very important. 
                                                          Thank you!

Let There Be Light!

Irene put out the lights here in the Shores Sun. morning.  Last night around 6 power was restored.

For those of you who are not here, many trees or branches came down, and the hum of chain saws fill the air.

Hope everyone survived with minimal damage.

The town will pick up branches 3 in diameter and up to 6 ft.
You can also take them to the transfer station at no charge .



Saturday, August 6, 2011

Scenes from The Beach Ball~2011

Click ON the picture to enlarge!


The guests arrive...

Some posed for pictures...






Guests mix and mingle...



The band, Sahara played...
Chatting......

 Dancing...

 Dining...





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There was a 50/50 of $190 won by Lynda .  Even though this is an overwhelming amount, please don't call and ask to borrow money!  :)


Thanks to all who took 50/50 chances, including the proprietor of 230 Elm who pitched in 20 bucks!
The 50/50 helped us to break even with expenses, plus a few dollars.

Door prizes generously donated by:

Joan and Guy Barbolini $100 gift certificate to Coast Grill

Mike and Irene Caulfield donated sports equipment

Bob Sabbagh donated $25 gift card

The Soumoff's donated a lovely gift package from their daughter's store, SALTY HOME in Bridgehampton

Lynn and Jim Demitrieus donated a gift and a bottle of Korbel

Thanks to all of you, it helped make it a fun evening!

Finally, I would like to thank Carol Kierych for taking the reservations, Pam Spellman for helping me bring  and carry all the centerpieces and decorations , as well as helping at the door with the 50/50. and Elaine Kahl for taking over the 50/50 when Pam had to leave.

If you came, thank you!  If you didn't we missed you!








Monday, July 25, 2011

RENTAL WANTED ~ Aug. 20th to Labor Day

If you have a house with a minimum of 3 bedrooms available for Aug. 20th to Labor Day, please contact me.
A lovely family whose parents live in the Shores would like to rent.

Please contact me lilmicshay@yahoo.com

Thanks!

Friday, July 1, 2011

The Beach Ball~ July 30, 2011

The Colony Club of Southampton Shores

invites you to 
The Beach Ball 
Dinner Dance
July 30, 2011
at
230 ELM
6 P.M. till 10 P.M.
Casual Dress
Unlimited Beer Wine and Soda
Appetizers,  Buffet Dinner 
Sliced Steak, Chicken Francaise , Salmon encrusted with horseradish
Potatoes, Salad, Vegetables, Rolls and Butter
Dessert, Coffee and Tea
Music by North Fork Band "Sahara"

Click HERE and you can listen to them
50/50 Drawing~ Door Prizes
$55.00 per person
Reservations by July 23rd
Tables of 10 can be reserved
Payment and reservations 
or
Kathleen
Questions?
lilmicshay@yahoo.com

You can see pictures from
 last year here

Hope you will come, it was a lot of fun last year!

If you have something to donate for a door prize, please let me know!
Thanks, 
Kathleen

 

Monday, June 27, 2011

Obituary~ Former resident, Inger Green

Obituary notice  (click)

Our sympathy to her family.

Obituary~ Frank Moleti

Frank Moleti of Watermill Towd Rd.  passed away.
Our deepest sympathy to his wife, Carol.

Francis Moleti passed away on Monday. Funeral services have already been held.
Condolences can be sent to:
Carol Moleti & Family
635 Water Mill Towd Road
Southampton, NY 11968

Thursday, June 23, 2011

MISSING CAT

Lost on June 20 on East Beach Drive

All gray, long haired

Golden eyes

Male  13 lbs

Name... CHAIYA
Reward!

Call Don Newton 631 696 6249

Sandy 631 427 4332

Please leave a message if no one answers.
Thank you!
Don

July 2, 2011 Kids Two Hand Football

KIDS TWO HAND TOUCH FOOTBALL GAME
SATURDAY, JULY 2ND
9AM – 10AM
ALL KIDS WELCOME TO PLAY!
CANCELLED IF IT'S RAINING 

Tade Reen

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Town Leaf Program

As you know, the town will no longer be picking up loose leaves.  They have to be placed in PAPER leaf bags.

The info below may interest you.

ANNUAL LEAF FORUM will take
place on Wednesday, June 22, from
6:30 to 8 PM. in the Hampton Bays
Middle School Auditorium on Ponquogue Ave.
Call . 728 3600 for more info.

Please attend to have your questions answered.

Monday, June 20, 2011

June Meeting

At the meeting Saturday a few issues came up, and it was suggested that they posted on the blog.

1.  Kevin Ennis is trying to compile a list of residents with info that would be helpful, especially in an emergency.  A form was mailed to you in the President's Letter.


You can also email Kevin the info. EnnisColonyClub@aol.com
Click on the link and fill in the info now while you think of it.  Thanks!

2.  Please make sure your name is on your boat if it is left on the beach racks.  There are some that have been there for years, and we don't know if they are abandoned as they are not marked.
Boats should not be left there all winter.  Please remove them by November.

3.  The issue of the narrowing of the channel came up.  It was felt we need to write letters to get Suffolk County to put us on the list for dredging.  I will put the info up as soon as I get it.

4. July 2nd Cocktail Party.  Jim Lange is in charge and he needs help.  PLEASE contact Jim if you can help with this party.

5.  Reminder about the Beach Ball on July 30th at 230 Elm.  All the info will be posted in the next few days.
It is 55 dollars per person, unlimited beer, wine, soda, appetizers and a buffet dinner.  We hope you will join in, it was fun last year. 


Reminder!  The town will no longer pick up leaves so please don't put them out. You will be permitted to bring them to the dump at no charge. You will also be able to leave them  out in PAPER Leaf bags available at Lowes , Home Depot, etc
There was a meeting last night with the Town Hway Dept and 4 of our residents attended to get the info and ask questions. 

Check back for more info.  If you sign up on the side bar, you will be emailed when anything is posted.
Thanks!

Monday, May 23, 2011

Memorial Day Events

Events for Colony Club of Southampton Shores members , Memorial  Day Weekend

Saturday, 10 A.M.  Memorial  Service at Yacht Club

Saturday,  Noon Picnic at the Ballfield
50/50 Drawing   Bring $$$$$  !

Rain date Sunday!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Rental Wanted

I have been contacted by someone who is looking for a house to rent for July to Labor Day.

It must have a POOL, 3 to 4 bedrooms, and North of Noyac Rd. in Southampton Shores.
They prefer a uncluttered look.
Please email me if you are interested and I will put you in touch.
Owners only please.

Resident request

Diane West has asked the following to be added to the blog.

Resident for many years in Southampton Shores and licensed Realtor has customers wishing to rent or buy in the Shores. If you are thinking of renting and/or selling your home, please contact Diane West on her cell at 516-721-5199 or email me at dwest@hamptonsrealtyassoc.com. As an owner who loves the Shores and knows its history, who else could convey the wonderful attributes this community has to offer to a potential buyer or renter!
 

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Sunfish For Sale

Jim & Sandy Hawxhurst Conklin  have a Sunfish for sale . They are asking  $600 and it comes ready to sail and also has a hand pull-trailer . Anyone interested can call Jim or Sandy at 631-324-5387. The boat is conveniently located at their Southampton Shores house at the corner of Scotts Landing and West Beach.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Vincent McCarroll~ Obituary

Long time member and past commodore of the LPYC, Vincent McCarrol with a home on Old Sag Harbor Rd died on May 1st. 
A complete obit will appear in the SH Press this Thursday.  A wake will be held in Ct with a burial to be held later in Southampton.
Our deepest sympathy to the family.
Condolences can be sent to:
Mrs. Zita McCarroll & family
279 Stauley Rd.
Monroe, CT  06468

Friday, April 29, 2011

It's MAY!

Finally, May is here.  Today was a gorgeous day in Southampton Shores.

Please be sure to save July 30 th for our Dinner Dance.  It will be held at 230 Elm again, and we have a different band.

http://www.northforkband.com/



Check out their website and you can hear them play.

Please let me know if you will be willing to donate a Door Prize.  Last year the Caulfields, Barbolinis, and Edwards were kind enough to donate gifts.  Kathy Emerson arranged a gift from Fellingham's  .

Some people mentioned to me they would like to do that this year, so here's your chance!

I will have more details on the blog soon, and a sign at the Memorial Day Picnic.
Same price as last year, $55.00 a person, and same deal.  Appetizers, buffet dinner, unlimited wine, beer and soda.
You can see pics of the party last year if you scroll back to  August.

Hope you plan on coming this year, it was a fun evening!

See you on the 28th at the Ballfield for the picnic.  Bring your appetite and your money for the 50/50! :)

Friday, March 25, 2011

Obituary~ Walter (Boe) Kierych

Walter Kierych, husband of Carol Vario Kierych, of East Beach Drive passed away today.

Kierych-Walter "Boe" of Farmingdale on March 25, 2011 in his 80th year. Beloved husband of Carol.

Loving father of Katherine Salsbery (Thomas), Karen Robson (Gerald) and Cynthia Pettas. Cherished grandfather of Kristine, Susan, Nicholas, Christopher and Katherine. 

Devoted great grandfather of Emerson and Conor. Adored brother of Andrew, and the late Stephanie, Mary, William and Jean. 
Proud U.S. Navy Veteran.

Family will receive friends after 2 pm on Sunday at the Charles J. O'Shea Funeral Home, 603 Wantagh Ave. (Exit 28N SSPKWY) Wantagh, NY. 

Religious service will be held in the funeral home, Monday at 10 am. Interment to follow at Holy Rood Cemetery. Reposing Sunday 2-5 and 7-9 pm. 
Funeral Service: Monday, March 28, 2011 10:00 AM Charles J. O'Shea Funeral Homes, Inc., Wantagh, NY
Visitation: Sunday, March 27, 2011 2-5 & 7-9 pm
Interment: Holy Rood Cemetery, Westbury, NY


Our deepest sympathy to Carol on her loss.  May he rest in peace.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Happy Spring!

The leaves are still piled waiting  to be picked up by the Town.

Yacht Club awaits  ...



Friday, March 18, 2011

House For Sale~ Seaman Taranto Southampton Shores

 Barbara Taranto contacted me and asked for this to be posted.  She is hoping someone in the community may be interested.  .



      "The Seaman/Taranto house at 116 Turtle Cove Drive is for sale.  The difficult decision to sell has been made,  and our first thought is to have the property remain in our Shores "family". The house is basically the same as it was constructed in 1948, with minimal updates including a new roof in 1979!!!   It is still the "camp" that was our summer place.  About 6 years ago we added hot water, so now our outside shower is a lot more comfortable. A main attraction to our property is the view of Turtle cove and Davis Creek as it flows to North Sea.
732/349-2189   MOMDADTR@aol.com














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Sunday, February 20, 2011

Summer Rental~2011

A new member of our community has asked me to post this info about her house .

Welcome, Mr. and Mrs. Curti!


 Summer Rental 2011

3 Bedroom 2 bath...outdoor shower...2 air conditioners
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