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ABOUT THE CANDIDATES:
Greg Doroski for Southold Town Supervisor
Greg is a successful businessperson, father, and husband with deep roots in Southold. He has the experience to reform our local government and a vision to preserve the future of our home. Greg will:
- Fight for good jobs and housing opportunities
- Protect and enrich our unique environment
- Bring fresh new ideas and new energy to solving old problems
- Keep taxes low
Sarah Nappa for Southold Town Council
Sarah is a mom of two, farmer, small-business owner, chef and wine professional, and former teacher. Sarah will:
- Protect our environment, water and open space from residential development
- Promote the viability of our economy, small businesses and small farms that define our rural character
- Preserve the farm with the farmer
- Produce results and bring civility back to Town Hall
Bob Hanlon for Southold Town Council
Bob is a Fire commissioner and has served for decades as a Civic Leader, Government Policy Director, and a teacher. Bob:
- Stopped the rerouting of I-85 truck traffic through Southold and recovered over $70,000 in cell tower fees owed to the Fire District
- Will protect our aquifer, bays and the Sound; first step: mandate innovative wastewater systems in new construction
- Will plan to manage growth and change, involve all interested parties, and not just react to the latest crisis
Dan Ross for Town Justice
Former Town Councilman and Mattituck attorney Dan Ross has been tapped for Town Justice. Dan has been in the private practice of law since 1982, having practiced law in Mattituck since 1985. He was elected to the Southold Town Board in November, 2003 and served a 4-year term as a Councilman. Dan has extensive municipal law experience having served as Village Attorney for the Villages of Greenport and Patchogue. While Dan has been active in various community organizations over the years, he currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors of San Simeon by the Sound Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation. Dan and his wife, Karen, are long-time residents of Mattituck where they raised their three daughters.
About making the decision to run, Dan stated, “Sometimes you just have to take the Leap.” Dan will bring honesty and integrity to the office and we are proud to run a town justice whose values and ethics we know and trust.
Incumbent Democrat Nick Krupski will be on the ballot once again running for Southold Town Trustee. Nick was born and raised on his family farm in Cutchogue where he still practices as a 5th generation farmer. He has a Bachelor’s degree in geology and environmental science and a Masters degree in biology and education from CW Post. His previous work experience includes habitat restoration (both coastal and underwater) as well as species rehabilitation (the Peconic Bay scallop) with Cornell Marine Program, sampling and treating subsurface waters county-wide with the Suffolk County Water Authority, and working as a dive consultant with Coastal Monitoring Associates studying contaminant influx at superfund and other highly polluted locations. He is completing his first term as a Southold Town Trustee, and recently welcomed his first child, Victoria in early February.
“As a trustee the past 3 and half years I am proud to say I have successfully pursued the goals I set for this position 4 years ago: from working to maintain public access of our shoreline by limiting private docks to acceptable locations, to educating local students on the crucial environmental needs of our community, to working on restoration projects to revive Southold’s wetland habitats and critical existing natural shorelines. I look forward to continuing this important work as your Trustee for 4 more years in Southold Town.”