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March 2014 Snapshots

Snapshots logoNORTH FORK VIEWS — March 2014

Take a moment to look at this issue of Snapshots and get a better feel of the big picture of some of the issues facing the North Fork.

We hope that this and other materials will give North Fork residents and businesses an AAA rating:

  • Awareness
  • Advocacy
  • Action

Click the following link for the latest edition of North Fork Views — Snapshots.

Snapshots: March 2014

Take a Quick Look at — SNAPSHOTS

Snapshots logoNORTH FORK VIEWS takes on a new look for quick updates

There’s a lot going on all around the North Fork. So instead of only touching upon a few concerns each issue, Snapshots will be a periodic look at all of these happenings in a brief and concise few paragraphs. The goal is to give you a better picture of local issues, what we’re doing and what you can do.

Have any thoughts about this new approach? Let us know. And if you have issues you want to hear more about, let us know that, too.

You’ll also find in the NFEC Calendar Corner our current slate of events through December.

Click the following link for the inaugural edition of North Fork Views — Snapshots.

Snapshots: November 2013

SAVE the DATE — Chili Night 2013: Friday, October 25 at 7:00 PM — UPDATED LIST


NFEC Chili Night…a night of good food, good friends and good times.

 GOOD FOOD  The current line-up of restaurants vying for the title of Best Chili, Best Specialty Chili and The People’s Choice includes:

 aMano (Mattituck)Cinco de Mayo (Calverton) -Cooperage Inn (Baiting Hollow) - Dark Horse Restaurant (Riverhead) -  Hellenic Snack Bar (East Marion) - Lighthouse Market (Aquebogue) – Lobster Roll Northside (Riverhead) – Love Lane Kitchen (Mattituck)

GOOD FRIENDS  The NFEC will be recognizing Southold Town Principal Planner Mark Terry as it recipient of the 2013 Paul Stoutenburgh Leadership Award. Please join us in honoring this deserving town employee, artist and father.

GOOD TIMES  And don’t forget the raffle prizes donated by friends and supporters of the NFEC!

All of this takes place at Martha Clara Vineyards.

Early bird tickets are $40, a $5 savings! Tickets will be available at the door for $45. For tickets call the NFEC at 631-298-8880 or  go to: Chili Night Details and Tickets

 

NFEC Autumn Issue of North Fork Views

NORTH FORK VIEWS — Through the Eyes of the NFEC

The latest Autumn issue of North Fork Views is out and we hope you’ll take a few minutes to read it. We’ve tried to cover some interesting and timely topics and issues, including:

  • Chili Night 2013 — Join us!
  • NFEC’s Paul Stoutenburgh Leadership Award — Riverhead Resident and Southold Town Principal Planner Mark Terry
  • The annual 10×10=100 Art Show and Sale — call for artists
  • The Riverhead Foundation
  • Turtle Rescue
  • LI Green Homes Program

You’ll also find in the NFEC Calendar Corner our current slate of events through December.

Click the following link for the latest edition of North Fork Views.

Newsletter: Autumn 2013

Solution to Our Water Issues Must Begin With Conversation, Cooperation and Consensus

The Problems that Exist in the World Today,
Cannot be Solved by the Level of Thinking that Created Them

We have growing water problems on Long Island, along with a population of 3 million, which is also growing.
While residents, environmental groups and politicians are speaking out, they are speaking out of turn. Before effective solutions can be proposed, we need scientists to research and define the problems and then, help develop appropriate steps. We can’t rush the process.

The groups of The Community Planning Center, North Fork Environmental Council, Peconic Baykeeper and Sea Run Brook Trout Coalition have come together to ask the public, environmental groups and politicians to understand the need for a better approach to problem solving. We ask you to take a moment to read this article and ask, no demand, that tackle this problem with conversation, cooperation and consensus, starting with scientific research, not rhetoric.

To read this article, please click the following link.

New Thinking Required to Address Our Water Issues