Long Island is not only known for its cultural diversity, but its diversity of opinions. That fact is proven every week on Patch as we host community voices in our blog space. Here’s a look at some of the latest blogs posted on our sites across the region.
Southampton Town Supervisor candidate Linda Kabot weighs in this week on hearing regarding the Canoe Place Maritime Planned Development District. Kabot took issue with a recent hearing, and poses some questions about the development plans.
Journalist and blogger TJ Clemente writes this week about a team of runners participating in the Hampton Marathon on Sept. 28 to help raise funds and awareness of children born with cleft palates.
Deborah Klughers reminds us that International Day of Peace happened recently, and how we can reflect on the dream of worldwide peace in the future.
Jonathan Baker participated in our open blog “Tastes of The North Fork” with a glowing review of The Crazy Fork in Mattituck. Click the headline to read what he has to say about the eatery.
Michael Mayo participated in our open photo blog “Snapshots” by uploading photos and video of the Brendan House Project’s Sept. 15 fundraiser. Check out the open blog and feel free to add your own photos.