Saunders, Real Estate, Hamptons

5 Comments by Amer

Houses on Soundview Drive face off against an angry sea

This is not only a problem that will take 3 years to solve, this is an ongoing wearing away of the north shore of Montauk and will eventually lead to a breach that pours Gardiner's Bay down Duryea Ave and separates the Dock Area from the rest of Montauk. This is the MOST serious problem that Montuak has to face. Past Town Boards have refused to face it. Mansir tried!!
Pipe sand from Gin beach under channel, dredge and pump from offshore, should have had approvals ready three years ago. " Feb 6, 10 4:11 PM

East Hampton Town councilwoman could face charges for interfering in arrest

There's a little more to be considered here. Not only is Ms. Quigley a Board member, she is a lawyer and should be more in control of her own reactions, and the processes and procedures that properly follow an issue such as this. " Mar 9, 10 5:51 PM

Wilkinson concedes that dock sale is off the table

The Town has long said that it needed industry to come to the Industrial Park in Wainscott. If a company were to approach the Town that could bring in the kind of revenue that Montauk fishing ALREADY does, the Town would jump at the chance to accomodate them. These people are trying to throwing the baby out with the bathwater! Respect what we already have! The issue is not wether the fish stay local--the income that fishing brings is spent locally and if it were to disappear the Town economy would definately be effected. If the same Board lets a significant number of Town employees go, the same deplorable economic effect will occur in our Town. " May 24, 10 10:15 PM

Chairman resigns from East Hampton Town Planning Board

Mr. Lycke has been a superb member and Chair of the Planning Board. The Town will miss his good judgement.
Perhaps it's time for Mr. Schutte to step up to a position of Chair. He too has good common sense and an attitude and knowledge of the subject that would make him a benefit to property holder, business person, and resident alike. " Sep 21, 10 8:23 PM

Human Services takes brunt of East Hampton Town budget hit

It's really unnecessary for Ms. Steck to lead people to believe that 'people could die' because she chose to retire. There are well trained people ready to take good care of Human Services. " Oct 3, 10 7:24 PM