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Contact Denis Noncarrow, Government Liaison Office at 631-765-5806.
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Contact Karen McLaughlin, Director of the Town Senior Center at 631-298-4460
Contact Southold’s Government Liaison Officer Denis Noncarrow or call him at 631-765-5806.
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Contact Southold’s Government Liaison Officer Denis Noncarrow or call 631-765-5806.
In order to help ensure the health and safety of Town workers and members of the community, the Annual Spring Brush & Leaf Clean-Up is being postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 virus.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: April 27, 2020
Contact: Scott A. Russell, Supervisor
Re: Brush Disposal at the Transfer Station
Due to the difficulty we all face during this current crisis, we want to do all we can to, not only continue to provide you with the service you deserve but, to also find opportunities to provide you with financial relief.
In furthering those goals, the Southold Town Transfer Station will continue to accept brush at no cost until May 31, 2020.
The requirement for a permit and the entry fee will continue to be waived until further notice.
For information, contact the Supervisor’s office at (631) 765-1889.
Bags can be purchased through your carters. Call them before your scheduled pick-up.
Contact Denis Noncarrow or call 631-765-5806 for other arrangements or related information.
You can call the building department at 631-765-1802 and leave a message for them. They will call you back. Please understand that due to the workforce reduction regulations we are working with a limited staff.
Currently the town beaches are open. You do have access to the beaches as long as you follow the social distancing rules, stay a minimum of 6 feet apart and wear proper PPE.
Per the CDC you can make own face mask.
Yes, provided the party is 10 persons or fewer in any phase 2 region, 25 persons or fewer in any phase 3 region, or 50 or fewer in any phase 4 regions, and provided the business follows SLA guidances and the Department of Health???s interim guidance on indoor or outdoor food service (seated guests, proper spacing, use of face coverings, etc.) found here, any other applicable guidance/law, including the ABC Law and SLA guidance.