Many in the commercial fishing industry are frustrated with the pace of planning a planned wind farm in the Atlantic east of Montauk. The project, they say, will hurt their ability to make a living and they are feeling left behind by public officials and by public sentiment, which appears largely supportive. Aware of these concerns, Deepwater Wind, the company planning the turbines, wants to hire a handful of local representatives to help smooth the waters.
As the United States enters a dark age for environmental protection by Washington, the job has come down both literally and figuratively to our own backyards.
Helen S. Rattray
Can it be true that this column has appeared in The Star more than 2,000 times?
David E. Rattray
In the weeks since a dead tree outside my office window was taken down I have become aware of how many near-misses there are on Main Street on any given day.
Jack Graves
Our Medicare broker suggested that I might try a supplemental plan that would cost me nothing.
Durell Godfrey
When I was a kid I played with dolls. I was an only child and (maybe consequently) I had a lot of dolls. These were not mushy baby dolls; they were “fashion dolls.” This was the 1950s, folks, pre-Barbie.
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