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Throne-Holst Will Run Again

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Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst said this week she is running for reelection – the question is whether anyone will step up to challenge her. The two-time incumbent is a lock to receive the Independence and Democratic Party endorsements. But the GOP, which for decades controlled the town, couldn’t even muster up a suitable opponent against Throne-Holst two years ago. Former Town Supervisor Linda Kabot stepped up to run as a writein candidate after Councilman Chris Nuzzi declined the nomination from the GOP Convention floor. Throne-Holst said she might

reach out to the Republicans with an eye on a cross-endorsement. “If you look at my agenda it straddles all the parties’ goals, especially keeping the line on taxes.” A cross-endorsement from the GOP would “show the public we are moving above partisan bickering.” William Wright, the chairman of the Town Republican Committee, did not rule anything out, although he stressed it was early in the process. “Everything is on the table as of now. Our main goal is to work together,” Wright said. “At the same time, we’d love to put up a [Republican] candidate,” Wright said. “We’ve had some interest but we’re

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They ran into a burning building, cracked a huge sex abuse case, stopped crime in progress, worked undercover on drug investigation, and enjoyed overall career excellence. Last Friday night in Aquebogue, they enjoyed their moment in the limelight, as the Southampton Town Kiwanis Club hosted its 43rd annual Police Awards dinner at The Vineyards. Detective Tina Giles of the East Hampton Town Police Department, seen top, left, with Chief Ed Ecker,

was both the town’s Officer of the Year recipient and the top achiever named for the Howard Stock Memorial Award. She was the first woman to earn the award, which is given to the outstanding officer among East End agencies. Be sure to visit The Independent website, www.indyeastend.com, for a video interview with Giles and Ecker discussing the case she cracked. Additional officers recognized for going above and beyond were (top, right) PO Jacob Bogdoen,

seen with Southold Town PD Chief Martin Flatley; (right, center) East Hampton Village Police Officer Mario Julio Galeano, seen with his chief, Jerry Larsen (right). (Bottom, right) Captain Bridge Smith (left) poses with Riverhead Town PD’s Officer of the Year, PO Patrick Lennon. Southampton Town’s top cop PO Gina Johnson is seen with her chief, Robert Pearce, at bottom, left. (Left, center), Sag Harbor Village Chief Tom Fabiano mugs for the camera with PO David Driscoll. The Southampton Village

Officer of the Year works undercover, Chief Thomas Cummings asked The Independent to skip the pictures. Also honored Friday night were Quogue Village Police Officer Daniel Hartman, Shelter Island Town PO Anthony Rando and Det. Sgt. Jack H. Thilberg, and PO Kenneth Bigora of the Westhampton Beach Police Department. Recognition was also bestowed upon personnel from the county courts, state police, sheriff’s department, and county corrections. kmerrill@indyeastend.com


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Man Killed In Flanders Shooting By Emily Toy

A 21-year-old Flanders resident was shot and killed in his home early Sunday morning, according to Suffolk Police. Police say Dimitri Hampton suffered a gunshot wound to his chest after an altercation with at least two men at his 200 Priscilla Avenue home at around 3:15 AM. “We believe at least two armed men broke into the house, there was a struggle, and the victim was shot,” said Detective Lieutenant Jack Fitzpatrick, from the Suffolk

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Benefit Concert: Ten Bands On Tap

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The Gregg Rickards Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to allow the 2006 East Hampton High School graduate’s passion for music to live on, his mother, Teresa Rickards, told The Independent. Following Rickards’ death last summer, his college roommate Ryan Adam Sadis wrote, “His passion for music motivated me to better myself. His drive as a musician makes him without a doubt the best bassist I have ever met. Gregg spent hours talking me into not dropping out of school when things got tough and always reminded me that I had the potential to accomplish anything as long as I stopped messing around

and put my mind to it. I was lucky enough to share the stage, the studio, and a dorm with him.” His mother described Rickards as “a gentle giant, a man of few words.” But his love of music clearly touched the lives of those around him, as evidenced by the number of local musicians eager to participate in a concert honoring his memory. This Friday night, Rickards’ passion will live on at a memorial concert that’s drawn 10 individual musicians and bands, ready to entertain in their friend’s memory. Michael Clark of Crossroads Music, one of the organizers of the concert, offered an overview of the evening’s lineup.

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Real Estate: Blistering Fourth Quarter Sales Buoy Market By Rick Murphy

Two weeks ago we reported that some significant home sales on the East End occurred in the waning days of the year as homeowners sought to avoid an increase in capital gains taxes. Actually, the tax didn’t increase, but reverted back to its previous level on January 1 after

having been cut by George W. Bush. The full extent of the selloff wasn’t known until now, when most of the deed transfers have been recorded at the county center. The sell-off centered around higher priced properties, and the numbers are irrefutable. The average sale

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The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons announced the arrival of two dogs rescued from Rincón, Puerto Rico, last week. Working with rescue partner Animal Rescue Foundation of Rincón (known as ARF Rincón) and two local surfers, the dogs arrived safely at the Adoption Center last Thursday. John Robertson, for the second year in a row and his friend, Brian Powell, on their way back home to East Hampton from vacation in Rincón, offered to help transport these special dogs. The young men are familiar with both ARF Rincón and ARF of the Hamptons and agreed to fly with the small dogs (Nadia, a two year old male Chihuahua mix, and Pepé, a four month old Lab mix) to New York and deliver them to the ARF Adoption Center in Wainscott. The dogs need to be medically cleared by the ARF veterinarian, before being put up for adoption. ARF Rincón, the Animal Rescue Foundation is a small, communitybased non-profit organization with the mission of reducing animal overpopulation, and raising animal consciousness in the town of Rincón. For 15 years, ARF Rincón has been working to save lives, one animal at a time, by reducing the number of animals euthanized.

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Read This In The Next Five Minutes I love the late night sales pitches on television. I’m one of those guys who stares at the tube, dumbstruck, ready to buy whatever they are selling. The absolute best classic hard sell of all time? Ginsu knives. They had me at hello when the announcer says the knife, so sharp it cuts paper, never needs sharpening, has a lifetime guarantee, and costs only $19.95. But there’s more! There is always more. If you act in the next five minutes – and this offer will

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EDITORIAL Time To Finally Come Clean Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, her place in history assured and on the verge of retirement, had a chance to cement her legacy and set the record straight – and she muffed it. Last week testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Clinton repeatedly tried to change history and continued to defend the big lie the administration told about the Benghazi consulate attack last September 11. To digress, we like and admire Ms. Clinton. The Clintons are well liked in these parts, and are frequent visitors. The President is kind, he spends a lot of money locally, he’s a big tipper (that counts for a lot to us working stiffs), and the caddies at Atlantic Golf Course love him. Some of Hillary’s most ardent supporters, and biggest contributors, live out here. We welcome the news the couple is house-hunting out here. But come on. The attack on the consulate was an organized, radical effort, not coincidentally occurring on 9/11, that had been “in the air” for quite some time. The administration was warned to beef up security there. Instead, President Obama, locked in a tight race for his job, concocted one of the flimsiest cover stories to come out of Washington in quite some time – that some obscure YouTube video triggered the riots. Four Americans were killed including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, whose body was publicly defiled. Obama

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It Is Wrong To The Editor, I live in the homeless shelter at Hidden Cove in Hampton Bays with my two children and have read the articles written. So I have decided to give my input. I know nothing about zoning or town issues but what I do know is that the town of Hampton Bays is truly and unfairly putting residents in the middle of your fight over what to do with the hotel. We were not asked to be placed here and I myself am aware of how people in the town treat us because we are homeless and it is wrong. We get funny looks -- people see us walking down the street and act as if we have robbed them. First, there are not more than three

people in a room and no one has to put cots together to sleep. We can and most do own their own car and no one is from out of state. Most are from the East End and like myself have been displaced because of Sandy. It’s not fair how your writers have talked about us like we are not here, like we can’t read and like we don’t have a voice. To my knowledge no one stays here past six months and to read these articles about the kids going to the schools in the town -- what have we or our kids done to you? Even if we didn’t live in this shelter I feel we still wouldn’t be welcomed in your town. I’m not the only resident who wants to say something but the managers keep the articles away from us and don’t discuss the situation with us. I and most residents would like to attend a town hall meeting to hear with our own ears what’s really going on and how we affect your community. ANITA HILL Editor’s Note: Our writers did not

even had agents drag the poor fool who made the video in for questioning. Did this administration think Americans are so naive that we can’t tell the difference between a terrorist attack and a bad movie review? Ask yourself: had you ever heard of Sam Bacile? Did you know of or hear anything about his 14-minute video before 9/11? The press certainly didn’t. It is incredible to suggest some crazed terrorists in hiding somehow were privy to it, and more unbelievable they decided to stage an international incident after viewing an obscure video that wasn’t publicized in any manner, made by an anonymous amateur. Frankly, there are worse videos out there, more critical of the Muslim world. Consider two consulates and an embassy were attacked simultaneously that night. Al Qaeda flags were raised triumphantly at each location. Muslim leaders pointedly said the raids were coordinated, and were probably triggered by President Obama’s ill-timed statement that Al Qaeda were “on the wane.” Even our own intelligence officials were privately telling the press the real truth. Obama continued his charade for a full week, even as the Secretary of State tried futilely to downplay the event. The President was reelected. Ms. Clinton is resigning, but should she decide to run for president in 2016, this issue will haunt her. It’s time to come clean; the families of those murdered deserve the truth.

comment about the shelter – articles in this newspaper quoted town officials and others who made the comments. And yes, your managers apparently kept you from reading our paper by allegedly stealing them off the racks of nearby stores.

Never Contributed Dear Rick, What happened to you in this new year? “Embrace” healthcare? He gave us Obamacare; sorry but I can’t support that program. “Embrace” home ownership? I support myself through honest work and pay my taxes and my mortgage. I do not embrace nor support the idea that everyone deserves a home. Everyone has the right to own a home if they can pay for it through their own earned income. “Embrace” a secure retirement? That I do since I’ve paid hundreds of thousands of dollars into the system for the past 35+

years of my working life. I object to social security being lumped in with true welfare and entitlement programs where the recipients/takers have never contributed a dime or an ounce of sweat into their entitlements. Your latest editorial sounds like you’re at the bad end of a bender or in need of one. Get back to reality, Rick, or change your ghostwriter. JIM FROM AMAGANSETT

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as we send over 17 fighter jets for Egypt to use how? Why does Egypt need fighter jets unless they want to see the people of Israel doomed as they are “descendants of animals and pigs,” a quote. Swift boating, Kerry made a big political mistake riding in on a u-boat, yes the vets turned on him as he ran his mouth during the Vietnam War, shot himself to return home and marched with Hanoi Jane, He was extremely outspoken against the war. As far as Obama taking down Osama bin Laden this was his ditch to spike the football, as he refused the order how many times? He knew he needed this to stay alive in his liberal party and with followers as he was losing big time in the polls. I guess the next deal has been made, one of two things Obama will change the law and claim he can run a third time, or he will back the new Oscar winner Hillary Clinton in 2016 for her appearance with him this Sunday on television, backing everything concerning Benghazi. So far they have gotten to the bottom of nothing. BEA DERRICO

Systematic Inequities Dear Editor, The great economist and author of On The Road To Serfdom was a genius and a prophet. He foresaw what is taking place in America -- the rise of the demon socialism and all of its dire inequities. What Frederick Hayek spoke and wrote about is now coming to pass, and is what we must make war against. Hayek implies socialism “systematically threatens the foundations of society.” We ask, how is it to be recognized? Hayek and many others have witnessed the rise of socialism over time. Do the laws of the land take from classes that which belongs to them to give to others? Does the law perform for the benefit of one person or group and to the detriment or injury of others? This is what is taking place in America. We are on the road to serfdom -- look around. We the people, with a declared government “of, by and for the people” must abolish these inequities without delay. They are not only in some cases unconstitutional, but illegal and immoral, as we have witnessed in New York State recently. Bishops of the Catholic Church stated it is a fertile source of inequities and it invites further inequities that multiply over time until they become systematic.

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Do you think schools should employ armed guards? Bob Brown I think guns in schools are a bad idea. I think a better way to protect the children is to make sure that everybody who wants a gun is registered and thoroughly checked out. And without a doubt, assault weapons should be banned. Leslie Kapon Absolutely not. More guns just mean more violence. We need to be aware when kids are being bullied or have problems and need our help. I also think that we have to stop selling assault weapons. There’s no reason a hunter needs an automatic assault rifle. Marcia Gomes It’s a bad idea. But at the same time maybe it is a good idea. The world is so violent now. You want to protect your children but at the same time you don’t want to show them you need something like that. What a hard question. I don’t know how to answer it. Dennis MacNeil They’re totally out of their minds to suggest it. The last thing kids need is to see more guns. They have enough of that on TV. And we don’t spend enough money on actual education. We don’t spend enough money on teachers or their continuing education.

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Tuckahoe School The 8th grade class spaghetti dinner will be held on Friday at 5:30 PM. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for children under 12, $8 for seniors, dine in or take out, contact advisors Miss Merriam or Miss Dexter for more information. This year’s Father & Daughter Valentine’s Dance is on the 8th from 6:30-8:30 PM, admission is $5 per couple, great music and refreshments provided. Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten registration for residents of the Tuckahoe Common School District will be held on February 13 and 14. Ross Upper School Completing a busy week of Senior Project exhibitions, students had their moment to shine during Performance Night on January 18. James Turits opened the evening in the Lecture Hall with an excerpt from his counterfactual film exploring what world events might have taken place had the assassination attempt on Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1939 been successful. The next performance featured Dana Kyu Won Kan on the piano. Dana received a standing ovation, and for an encore, returned to the stage to play the theme from Nintendo’s “Super Mario Brothers.” Next, in the Court Theater Gabrielle Ment performed a graceful aerial hoop act, with poses that included hanging by her feet, her hips, one arm, and more. This

performance was followed by guitarist Antonia Strada, who accompanied a recording of two of her original compositions on her Fender Stratocaster. Pablo Kozatch demonstrated how music written in one style could be transformed to another, constructing a jazz arrangement of a Chopin Nocturne. Next up, the bossa nova sounds of Sofia Kriger, who composed four songs that had been playing as the audience first entered the theater. She performed one live for the audience, accompanied by Clark Hamilton on electric guitar. The evening ended with another aerial hoop performance by Gabrielle, dressed in a “strong man” costume and performing a comedic act in which she “blundered” through her routine.

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East Hampton Middle School Looking for something romantic to do pre-Valentine’s day? Look no further than the Valentine Cabaret Show, where the seventh and eighth grade chorus will serenade the audience with love songs new and old. The concert is on Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the middle school cafeteria at 7 PM. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students The Geography Bee was held recently under the direction  of Peter  Friscia, the social studies teacher.  T.J. Calabrese took first place,  second went to Xavier McCormack, and William Scianetti won third place. T. J. will now move on to a second round of competition.

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ROOM FOR RENT. $650. per month. Looking for female to share fully furnished home in East Hampton Mobile Home Community with single female and well behaved cat. Your own bedroom with shared bath, kitchen, dining and living room. Walk or ride bike to ocean beach or town. Large backyard. Parking spot, utilities and cable tv, internet and phone included. No smokers. One month security, first month’s rent. Call 631-604-2754. UFN

LAND FOR SALE Southampton/Watermill North. Possible waterview 5 acres. 61 Oceanview Parkway (off Middle Line Hwy.) Will consider holding mortgage. Asking $899,995. 631-287-1618 Southampton/Watermill North. 1 1/4 acres. 26 Ocean-

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Classifieds ROOM FOR RENT- Laurel furnished room. Share kitchen and bath on quite large property. $600.00 Call 1-516-807-5011. 20-3-22 SPACE FOR RENT- Mattituck yard space. With shed, electric and water. Ideal for contractor or for storage. $600.00 a month. Call 1516-807-5011. 20-3-22 COMMERCIAL FOR RENT SPEONK. 1,000 sq. ft. Industrial unit. 12 x 14 electric OD. Utilities extra. $900/monthly SPEONK. CONTRACTORS YARD SPACE. $400/monthly SPEONK. STORAGE SPACE. 700 sq. ft. 3 x 7 passage door. Utilities extra. $600/monthly. 631-287-1618 / 2870555. 20-5-24 YEAR ROUND RENTAL Year round rental. Studio apartment available in Montauk. $1650 a month, utilities included. No smoking, no pets. References required. 631-838-3343. UFN

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Miscellaneous PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never known to fail) Oh, most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of heaven, Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh, Star of the Sea, help me and show me herein you are my mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth! I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in this necessity. There are none that can withstand your power. Oh show me herein, you are my mother. Oh, Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee(3x). Holy Mother, I place this cause in your hands (3x). Holy Spirit, you who solve all problems, light all roads so that I can attain my goals. You who gave me the divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against me and that in all instances in my life you are with me, I want in this short prayer to thank you for all things as you confirm once again that I never want to be separated from you in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy toward me and mine. The person, must say this prayer 3 consecutive days. after 3 days, the request will be granted. This prayer must be published after the favor is granted. My prayers were answered. Thank you so very much. As requested by J.L. 36-50-

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US Coast Guard Aux Flotilla 18.02 presents at Harbor Frost 2013

A presentation of USCG Auxiliary’s participation in the upcoming Sag Harbor Frost: At Bay Street Theatre Saturday 1. Bay Street Theater 10:00 to 12:00 — FREE TO THE PUBLIC “Cold Water Boot Camp USA” video on effects of cold water, hypothermia and the importance of wearing life jackets. Our presenter is Mark Chanski member of Connecticut’s DEEP—Dept of Energy & Environmental Protection. Mr. Chanski was a participant in this video and is very knowledgable on how to handle boating and cold water. Audience Q&A to follow. 2. USCG STA Montauk will discuss their SAR Operations role in emergency rescues. 3. Ocean Rescue Team of East Hampton will discuss their role of life saving and assisting the USCG in rescues. 4. Display tables in the foyer of Bay Street Theater. 5. STA Montauk’s crew of the 47’ MLB (motor life boat--has the ability to ‘right’ itself if it rolls due to sea conditions) will be giving tours of the vessel. The MLB willl be tied to the Long Wharf from 10:00 to 1:00 pm, barring any unforseen SAR case. 6. Mark Chanski will be at the Windmill doing demonstrations in the water. 7. Firming up plan of having a re-entry into a kayak.

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East Hampton Town ZIPCODE 11930 - AMAGANSETT ZIPCODE 11937 - EAST HAMPTON ZIPCODE 11954 - MONTAUK ZIPCODE 11975 - WAINSCOTT Riverhead Town ZIPCODE 11792 - WADING RIVER ZIPCODE 11901 - RIVERHEAD ZIPCODE 11931 - AQUEBOGUE ZIPCODE 11947 - JAMESPORT ZIPCODE 11948 - LAUREL Shelter Island Town ZIPCODE 11964 - SHELTER ISLAND Southampton Town ZIPCODE 11901 - RIVERHEAD ZIPCODE 11932 - BRIDGEHAMPTON ZIPCODE 11941 - EASTPORT ZIPCODE 11942 - EAST QUOGUE ZIPCODE 11946 - HAMPTON BAYS ZIPCODE 11959 - QUOGUE ZIPCODE 11962 - SAGAPONACK ZIPCODE 11963 - SAG HARBOR ZIPCODE 11968 - SOUTHAMPTON ZIPCODE 11976 - WATER MILL ZIPCODE 11977 - WESTHAMPTON ZIPCODE 11978 - WESTHAMPTON BEACH Southold Town ZIPCODE 11944 - GREENPORT ZIPCODE 11971 - SOUTHOLD

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Geduld, L Walsh, P & J

McBrien, P D’Auria, J & J

4,350,000 5,500,000

72 Shore Rd 360 Town Ln

Delasnerie,S&Bernini Goldberg, J El-Gamal, S & R Two Dogs BuildersInc Hall, B & W & W Hurwitz,A&Beracasa,C Dwin, D & D Nguyen,T & Kiew,H Silverblank Trust Cooper, T Forst & Silverblank 5:15 Huntting AveLLC StillwaterProperties DeLaMater, R & K Ocampo, J & A NALA LLC

Arnold,WP & Linder,R Young, H & L Blumenfeld, H Trust New Sunshine Realty Levinsohn, R by Exr Kaczor, L & S Bowen, C & K Cullum, D Locke, S Reutershan,Garde, & Club 34 LLC MBLOCAL, LLC Toca II, Inc Sheffer, J Oran & Becker, J & B Della Femina, J

575,000 850,000 825,500 580,000* 375,000 900,000 3,450,000 495,000 5,000* 525,000 415,000* 1,350,000* 1,360,000 8,750,000 3,300,000 24,650,000

34 Runnymede Dr 3 Little Ct 17 Timber Ln 43 Oyster Shores Rd 1 Will Curl Hwy 34 Three Mile Harbor Hog 8 Koala Ln 151 Three Mile Harbor Rd 112 Montauk Blvd 9 Cedar Ct 20 Sulky Circle 32 Huntting Ave 257 Pantigo Rd 24 Ocean Ave 12 Hook Pond Ln 20 Drew Ln

County of Suffolk Ruisi, J & G Smith, A & M Jantzen, R & M

Rams Head Investors Frusci, N & N McDonald, J Giswold, J

400,000* 475,000 405,000* 400,000*

Private Rd 23 Fort Pond Rd, Unit 95 126 S Fairview Ave 16 Flagg Ave

Baum, A

Kaplan, M & L

930,000

30 Georgica Woods Ln

Prunella, A & E Milev,I & Mileva,I

Vallely, P & J Sullivan, A & P

262,500 354,000

23 Forest Ln 161 Maple Rd

Carnaggio, A & C Schack, L & F Schneider, R & C Riverhead Medical Jacome, S

Lupfer, J & L Stoneleigh Woods RH Stoneleigh Woods RH IDI Ventures LLC Marca,R &Llivicura,A

500,000 393,193 399,994 2,250,000 130,000

66 Foxglove Row Stoneleigh Woods,Unit1802 Stoneleigh Woods,Unit2101 47 Commerce Ave 1118 W Main St

Desmet,C & Wells,L

McCrone, T & A

344,000

8 Clover Pl

Palazolo, V & V

Reilly, T & M

324,900

249 Herricks Ln

Lafemina,I&M&McKeown

Bank United, NA

491,000

2014 Main Rd

Hallock, F & J Shea, B & P

LaPorta,J & Bahr,M Ireland Jr, R

405,000 4,885,000

50 West Neck Rd 118 S Midway Rd

NMNT Realty Corp Young, B

Livernoche,V by Ref Bomba, L Trust

8,000 168,000

155 Priscilla Ave 73 Temple Ave

Gradone, W & A Gradone, W & A Joalia 2012 Trust 194 Quimby Lane LLC

Simon, D Simon, D Hamowy, C & E Zeff, J

4,900,000 750,000 4,580,000 6,900,000

257 Mitchells Ln Agricultural Reserve 623 Ocean Rd 194 Quimby Ln

Jordan, K

Dunn, M & D

425,000

40 Andys Ln

Mazor, M & I

Zeluck, M by Exr

375,000

3 The Registry

Donovan, J & D 3 Lincoln Avenue LLC Montecalvo D’Ascanio Colonna, D

Farrell, M Baschwit, R by Exr Hauck, H by Exr Cimbalo, Foley, etal

325,000 175,000 290,000 340,000

9 Rolling Hill Rd 3 Lincoln Rd 27 Gardenia Ave 3 Cedar Ln

Sartorius,S&V&Miskel

Bradley, T A

3,450,000

22 Old Point Rd

Haney Farm LLC Josiah Foster, LLC Wills, D & M Spiegel,W & Kadin,L

Kominski Family Rlty Grodski, D & D Rosenberg, G Manning, G & L

6,738,200 261,800 1,700,000 6,000,000

369 Sagg Rd 331 Sagg Rd 3 Ranch Ct 84 Wilkes Ln

Thompson, J Pilarski, G & A Battle, K 20 Cove Road LLC Kluga,R & Marks,N

Reiner, D Santilli,A &P Trusts Engster, P & E &P &J Muelhaus, R by Exrs Savage, J & E

730,000 775,000 425,000 3,000,000 750,000

46 92 16 20 22

Wilson&CassellaWilso Milliken, B & K 523 North MainStreet Rowlinson, P Katz, S & I Schecter, J Davidson, R

Tevez &Albergo-Tevez WCA Associates LLC Mojeski, A Rico, R 155 Jule Pond Drive Konchalski, S by Exr Corsentino, J & F

417,000 620,000 45,000* 220,000 11,500,000 825,000 12,500,000

1651 Noyack Rd 103 Locust Ave 523 North Main St 19 Hillside Rd 155 Jule Pond Dr 5 High St 1370 Meadow Ln

Neumann, A U & Me Homes,LLC

Ourusoff, S Trust Schreier, B

1,715,000 3,650,000

207 Narrow Ln South 14 Halsey Ln South

Cotrone, D & J Roseman, D & L

Timber Ridge at WHB Loder, E

552,200 910,000

4 Scott Dr E 10 Country Estates Rd

Sheehan, R & C

Bates, N

410,000

52 Brittany Ln

Olinkiewicz, J Olinkiewicz, J

Crawford&OmniVenture Purita, F

73,500 225,000

510 Madison Ave 425 Front St

Frangos, V Cocolaras, P Antonelle, C Roeser, D & M Constant, R & L

Dietrich, V by Exr Sadowski,T&Purcell,L Klos,F,R&D &T by Exr Paterson, J & L Harbin, A

375,000 570,000 225,000 345,000 320,000

55755 CR 48 1095 Hyatt Rd 475 AckerlyPond Ln&lot002 50025 Route 25 1040 Nokomis Rd

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The East Hampton Lady Bonackers are positioned perfectly for a playoff berth after a convincing 64-51 win over Miller Place at home Friday. Kaelyn Ward, who recently went over the 1000-point mark for her career, led the winners with 18 points. Emma Newberger and Carley Seekamp contributed 12 each; the win gave the locals a 5-3 League VI mark (7-4 overall), good for fourth place. Elwood/Glenn comes in for a 6:45 game tomorrow. On Tuesday the locals play at Amityville. Southampton keeps rolling in

League VII. The Lady Mariners moved to 8-0 on the season (10-3 overall) by besting Babylon at home Friday, 63-45. Paris Hodges, a senior who went over the 1000-point career mark recently, scored 18 points, had 11 rebounds, dished out for four scores, and recorded six steals. Kesi Goree, who also has scored over 1000 points in her storied career, tallied 14 points and grabbed six boards. Sydney Katz scored 13 and also had seven rebounds. Pierson/Bridgehampton dropped to 5-3 in League VIII (7-7 overall) Friday, falling to Port Jefferson at home 39-36. Kasey Gilbride scored

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10 rebounds, and six assists. Shanice Allen scored 14 and recorded five steals, and Dezare Brown grabbed 10 boards. Smithtown East comes to Riverhead tomorrow for a 5:45 affair; the Wave travel to Smithtown West Tuesday.

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Mariners, Pierson Suffer Losses By Rick Murphy

Southampton, in League VII, and Pierson, in League VIII, appeared to have the inside track at league titles — until last week. On Thursday Babylon came into Southampton with a sparkling 8-1-league mark, second only to the Mariners’ perfect 9-0. But the Panthers walked out in a first place tie, upending the locals 6960. Credit Fernando Vasquez, who exploded for career high 32 points in addition to dishing out for nine more scores. Devon Trent led the losers with 17, Lyle Smith scored 14 and Travon Smith added 11. The Mariners will look to regroup against Hampton Bays tomorrow at 4 PM at home. Over in League VIII Pierson was also rolling along undefeated, winning its first eight games. That ended Friday, when the Whalers traveled to Greenport (5-3, 7-5 overall) and ran into a buzz saw, dropping a key matchup, 59-49, and falling a game behind Stony Brook. Austin Hooks was the difference for the Porters, scoring 17 and grabbing 12 rebounds. Matt Dibble tallied 15 and Billy Doucet added 11. Jake Bennett paced the visitors

with 16. Forest Loesch (11) and Joey Butts (10) also reached double digits. Pierson plays at Southold tomorrow and at the Beehive in Bridgehampton on Tuesday. Riverhead (8-3, 11-3) moved into a first place tie in League III, besting East Islip 71-57 on the losers’ court. Markim Austin drilled three treys en route to a game high 25 points. Jeremiah Cheatom chipped in with 19 and Brandon Tolliver scored 15. Riverhead plays at Smithtown East tomorrow and hosts Smithtown West on Tuesday. East Hampton, 4-4 in League VI and 9-5 overall, kept its playoff hopes alive with a hard fought 4840 victory at Miller Place. Rolando Garces notched 15, Thomas King, 14, and Brandon Hughes, 12. Bonac plays at Glenn tomorrow and gets Amityville on Tuesday. In other local action Southold (2-7 in League VIII) topped Ross School (17) 72-56. Liam Walker had 23 points for the winners. Roosevelt Odidi was a one-man wrecking crew for Ross, going off for 30 points. Mattituck, 3-7 in League VII, lost to Center Moriches 77-56 Thursday. Tyler Connel scored 12 in defeat.


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