Saunders, Real Estate, Hamptons

4 Comments by Morty

UPDATE: Local Stakeholders Take DEC And Sand Land To Court, Seeking To Block Settlement

The report from Suffolk County noted high levels of Toluene. An additive found in race fuel. They are concerned about mulch contaminating the water but not Toluene. Read the golf course results carefully. They are adding plenty of nitrogen to the aquifer, just not enough to trigger the alarm. Thousands of pounds of nitrogen added to the course every year. " Apr 18, 19 4:25 PM

Pitch To Filter Algae From Wainscott Pond Has East Hampton Town Trustees Asking Questions

Could not agree more Knitter. I guarantee that not one of the "Friends of Georgica" or "Wainscott Pond Project" have updated their septic systems. Instead that pat each other on the back a cocktail parties while that ask the municipality to move heaven and earth at the tax payers expense. We all know the solution is to update septics and stop fertilizing your lawns around the pond." May 4, 19 7:35 PM

Southampton Town Board Holds Public Hearing For Goundwater Monitoring Law For Mines

How dare you suggest that golf courses pollute! How could Bob Deluca host his annual salary benefit at Golf at the Bridge if golf courses were not a benefit to the environment. Golf courses actually save the environment by funding Deluca's $200,000 salary." May 4, 19 7:41 PM

Outrage In East Hampton After State Says Allowing Mine To Dig Into Groundwater Poses No Environmental Threat

100% manufactured outrage. The Press has become the propaganda arm of the Group for the East End. Interesting that the East Hampton Star did not pick up this story. Perhaps the Star has higher editorial standards and will not just print the Bob Deluca's press releases. Where will East Hampton get the sand necessary to maintain the Army Corp's dune in Montauk without this mine?" Sep 5, 19 5:34 PM