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Kabot: I’ll Run A Primary To Prevent ‘Horse Trading’ By Rick Murphy

F o r m e r Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot will be running for office, and she doesn’t intend to be a write-in candidate this time around. “A b s o l u t e l y not,” she said e m p h a t i c a l l y. “The voters deserve a real choice.” Two years ago Kabot garnered almost 3900 votes as a write-in after the Republican Party failed to nominate a candidate for the supervisor’s seat. Kabot wants to screen with both the Republican and Conservative parties. But given the nature of local politics, Kabot said she has lingering concerns that voters could ultimately be disenfranchised in the event the Republican and/ or Conservative Committees “nominate someone who is not a serious and viable candidate for Supervisor.” Kabot doesn’t intend to go quietly should that occur. “They’re

not getting away with running a placeholder, that’s for sure,” she said. Instead, she intends to run a primary should she not be chosen. It wouldn’t be the first time Kabot took on the GOP establishment. In 2007 she ran a primary against incumbent Supervisor Pat “Skip” Heaney and ultimately took his seat in town hall. Though Kabot would love another shot at the incumbent supervisor, Anna Throne-Holst, some party insiders think she should run for the town board instead. Jim Malone and Chris Nuzzi, both Republicans, are up for reelection. Nuzzi is facing term limitations and hasn’t announced his plans. “A number of well-respected individuals have urged me to run [for town board],” Kabot said. “I’m looking at supervisor right now but I haven’t ruled it out.” Theresa Kiernan, the town’s receiver of taxes, said she intends to run for supervisor. “I am planning to screen. I feel like I can contribute a lot more.” Kiernan has two years remaining in her current position, and said she would retain her job should she not be chosen or should she run and be defeated.

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Malone, who is also the head of the town’s Conservative Party, hasn’t tipped his hand either. Two town hall insiders said there is growing dissatisfaction with Malone and that it is unlikely he will get a GOP nod even if he runs. He has been missing in action for most of his term in office – often skipping meetings – and is viewed as unelectable by some pundits from both parties. Kabot sent letters to both the Southampton Town Republican Committee Chairman Bill Wright and Malone to formally state her interest in being screened for potential nomination as a supervisor candidate for both the Republican and Conservative Parties. On March 14, Kabot met with Southampton Town Republican Chairman Bill Wright and ViceChairman David Gilmartin to discuss her exploratory campaign, the positive feedback she has received from prior supporters, and her desire to screen for the Republican nomination. According to Kabot, the party leaders firmly stated that their intention is to screen registered Republican candidates for supervisor for the nomination for this year’s election, and welcomed her to send formal letters of interest to the committee members. Throne-Holst is expected to run on the Democratic and Independence Party lines, as she did two years ago. Kabot said Wright and Gilmartin both emphatically stated to her that no cross-endorsement deal is in the works for the incumbent, despite news reports earlier this year that Throne-Holst mentioned an interest in securing the Republican and Conservative Party’s support. Kabot said that although she has not spoken with Malone, she did receive a reply to an email she had sent to him last week inquiring about the protocols he envisioned for the Conservative Party screening of

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local candidates. Kabot said that Malone indicated that he has not finalized any decision with regard to his 2013 plans for reelection to the town board or some other post and that candidates should not contact him directly or the County Chairman Ed Walsh. One town hall insider said Malone is angling for a judgeship but did not know the specifics. He has not returned phone calls and thus could not be reached for comment. The rather convoluted process for a would-be candidate is cause for concern. “You are screened by invitation only,” Kabot said. “There is no guarantee. I’m asking for clarity.” Kabot is concerned that insider dealing may hinder her bid for office. ”Unless the contender is extraordinary and truly would be a person whom the rank and file voters would prefer to have at the top of the ticket for the Republican Supervisor candidate, then concerns remain in my mind about whether or not such person is really in it to win it or just stepping in as a placeholder.” Kabot said the GOP must avoid the fiasco of two years ago and must refrain from nominating a candidate who is “taking one for the team.” Running someone with no chance to win, she said, amounts to “a defacto cross-endorsement deal for Throne-Holst.” One fear is a candidate will be named who will subsequently withdraw after the filing deadline. “I have articulated these concerns to Republican Party leaders,” Kabot said. “The supervisor’s seat should not be the subject of horse-trading. I believe that whoever is nominated as the supervisor candidate on the Republican line should clearly state their reasons for running and their unwavering intention to remain on the ballot all the way through Election Day.”

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SALT VS. GUNS I agree with New York’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg when he says he wants every gun registered. I think it’s pure NRA/ultra-Conservative Republican bull crap to say registering every gun, to keep them out of the hands of criminals, is a Second Amendment issue. On the other hand, I think Nanny Bloomberg is completely off base when he talks about cutting out any kind of food for health reasons, including his crusade against the use of salt. The sad fact is he’s losing on the gun issue but he seems to have won on the salt issue. Go into any fine restaurant and you can’t find a salt shaker on a table. The salt police have done their job well. Ask for salt in a fine restaurant anywhere in New York or Los Angeles and they look at you as if you had just asked for a shaker filled with heroin. Your steak arrives in a restaurant and it’s filled with shiny, oozing,

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Call For Stiffer Penalty For Hit & Run Driver By Kitty Merrill

Edward Orr, Junior pleaded guilty to two felonies leaving the scene of an accident involving a fatality and criminal tampering with evidence. He signed a confession and didn’t dispute the Suffolk County District Attorney’s sentencing request of two to six years in prison. The maximum sentence that could be delivered under state law is seven years. Friends of John Judge, who Orr struck and killed while crossing Main Street in Amagansett last fall, are outraged by the deal. They created a “Justice for John” Facebook page, which garnered over 400 members in less than a day, crafted a petition that gained 135 signatures in just two days on the counter at Astro’s Pizza, and planned a candlelight vigil at the site of the victim’s death, across the street from the pizza shop. “Hopefully John’s watching this,” Jule O’Brien, one of the organizers said, as a small group huddled in the gentle sleet that fell Monday night, trying to light candles that didn’t want to blaze. Allison Lupo, whose family runs Astro Pizza and was lifelong friends with Judge, said of the proposed sentence, “We feel it’s not acceptable, we’d like to see him have more time, because of his history.” Orr, 30, from Montauk, has a prior criminal background, with charges running the gamut from a grand larceny conviction to a domestic violence case that was pled down to disorderly conduct last spring to violating the terms of probation. He not only fled the scene of the accident, but also attempted to hide his car from investigating detectives by staging an accident to justify damage and allowed the vehicle’s repossession to get it out of town. With sentencing slated for April 24 before Judge William Condon, members of the Lupo family, longtime friends of Judge, 61, as well as O’Brien, who woks at Astro’s Pizza, the last place Judge was seen alive, hope the petition and vigil might encourage Condon to hand down a stiffer penalty. “Everybody is just completely shocked,” O’Brien said after news of the district attorneys requested sentence circulated. “People are just disgusted.” Listing Orr’s prior arrests, she added, “This guy is a danger to society.” While some comments on social and online media pages have been passionately outraged, the gathering Monday night was calm and respectful. On Monday Orr’s attorney Gordon

Ryan said he thought Judge’s friends would be “thrilled” that his client confessed to two felonies and accepted the district attorney’s recommendation -- “close to the m a x i m u m” -without attempting to negotiate for a lesser sentence. Tw o y e a r s i n Attica is anything but a slap on the wrist, Ryan observed, noting that, because of his prior record, Orr is more likely to be in jail four to five years. “It’s not going to be easy time,” the attorney said. “He’s paying for what he did.” Ryan pointed out that Orr was not charged with causing the fatal accident; he was charged with leaving the scene. Had Orr waited for police instead of fleeing, “it could have been a whole different scenario,” Ryan said, noting that there are often accidents involving the death of a pedestrian where no charges are filed against the driver because he or she was not at fault. But Orr not only fled, he attempted a cover up, staging a fake accident to explain front end damage to his jeep Grand Cherokee and volunteering the vehicle for repossession. While friends feel Orr is “getting away with murder,” and have called the sentence “a travesty of justice” on the Facebook page, Ryan called the plea agreement “a tremendous prison sentence, he’s not getting off light at all.” The maximum sentence could have been seven years. Ryan theorized that’s requested when a lengthy jury trial is in the offing. He said the police and district attorney were “outraged” by Orr’s attempted cover up “for which he’ll serve much more time . . . it was a demand of the DA that he do state time.” Orr’s sentence doesn’t vary greatly from those imposed in similar hit and run cases locally. In 2004 Bridgehampton realtor Leslie Jennemann was sentenced to two to six years after she was convicted of leaving the scene of an

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A small contingent of supporters gathered for a candlelight vigil Monday night, seeking justice for John Judge who was killed in a hit and run accident in Amagansett last fall.

accident that claimed the life of a farm worker. In 2007, Karen Fisher was slated to be sentenced to three and a third to 10 years for striking and killing a priest in Springs. She was ultimately sentenced to four to 12 years because she continued to drink in violation of a bail stipulation. Both Jennemann and Fisher were convicted of a heftier charge – manslaughter – which was not lodged against Orr. Still, Judge’s friends may not be the only ones feeling the punishment does not fit the crime. State Senator Ken LaValle announced over the weekend that a bill designed to increase penalties for leaving the

scene of an accident involving a fatality was passed by the state senate. The legislation changes a fatal hit and run from a Class D Felony to a Class C Felony and increases prison time to a maximum of 15 years in state prison. Under this bill, the punishment for other types of hit and run offenses beyond those involving alcohol will also be upgraded. Judge had a classic Thunderbird that friends sold. With the money they plan to erect a teak bench in his name on Main Street. “I hope John is never forgotten,” Allison Lupo said. kmerrill@indyeastend.com


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Septic Systems May Boost Water Quality By Emily Toy

Southampton Town is moving forward with improving the quality of its waters. Last night, during a town board meeting, a public hearing was scheduled to consider establishing a septic system rebate and incentive

lands and other marine resources, runoff entering local waterways, spearheadlargely due to ed by CounNewly furbished septic systems would outdated sepcilwoman tic systems. decrease the amount of nitrates Christine Increased Preston year-round ocleaching from ground units and into cupancy was Scalera. The new deemed the groundwater. septic syspartial culprit tem rebate for increased and incentive program would tap nitrogen runoff, with out of date into the fund, providing aid for septic systems unable to accomresidents to repair, replace and/or modate the extra waste being genCompiled by upgrade their current systems. It’s erated. Although town board members Miles X. Logan slated to provide as much as $5000 to residents who have a septic sys- support the effort, Suffolk County tem dating from 1981 or earlier. has not yet approved the most modNewly furbished septic systems ern, up to date treatment systems Breast Cancer Walk Sponsor Suffolk Federal Credit Union would decrease the amount of ni- for use on single-family homes. That and its members are sponsoring trates leaching from ground units means two things: it could take a lot longer to install proper septic LI2Day Breast Cancer Walk, a local and into groundwater. Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst systems to remedy the state of local nonprofit that raises funds and awareness for its neighbors and has been a long-time supporter of waters and it could be more expentheir families affected by breast modernizing antiquated septic sys- sive for the individual than initially tems, previously opining it should anticipated. cancer. “I think everyone agrees [the P r o c e e d s f r o m t h e b a n k ’ s be the first step in addressing an “ecological crisis” that is polluting current standards] are not good CU’s LI2DAY checking account enough and we’re hoping higher h a v e e x c e e d e d e x p e c t a t i o n s , local waters. According to Throne-Holst, the standards are going to be put into totaling more than $5000 for the entire East End region must join place,” Throne-Holst said. T:8.75" organization thus far. Emily@indyeastend.com Visit www.suffolkfcu.org today to the effort to reduce the nitrogen learn more. program. Public input was garnered on the implementation of the program last night as The Independent went to press. The program comes six months after the creation of the town’s Water Quality Fund: a revenue stream set to protect local bays, bottom-

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The East Hampton Town Board could close Cyrilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fish House down altogether, if members so choose. Last Thursday night, Bob DeLuca of the Group for the East End provided board members with copies of Southampton Town legislation that allows for the â&#x20AC;&#x153;amortization,â&#x20AC;? or eventual closure of nuisance pre-existing nonconforming businesses, like bars and nightclubs. He said Southampton Town exercised the power about 10 years ago in relation to several problem clubs. During deliberation of the request to downzone two properties on the Napeague Stretch â&#x20AC;&#x201C; one is vacant and the other houses Cyrilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x201C; DeLuca noted â&#x20AC;&#x153;a general resignationâ&#x20AC;? that pre-existing nonconforming uses are here to stay. Provisions in Southamptonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Town Code, however, offer the board the opportunity to â&#x20AC;&#x153;exercise an awful lot of authority if it should choose,â&#x20AC;? he explained. The code provisions give the town a legal way to say, â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get it [the business] to conform to where weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like it to be, we can see that it no longer exists,â&#x20AC;? De Luca said. That strategy sounded pretty harsh to former Town Councilwoman Deb Foster, who also addressed

the board about the zone change request last week. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fair to the property owners,â&#x20AC;? she opined. It puts too much power in the hands of the town board, she believes. Although the code provision was amended in 2004 after protracted discussion, Southampton Town actually did not exercise that authority; the targeted businesses closed or changed hands and in one case the land was purchased by the town. A similar law was enacted in the Village of Westhampton Beach. The cement plant it targeted is currently operating, sources said. Foster took a different tact in offering opposition to the request. If the board wishes to grant the request, members will have to amend the town Comprehensive Plan. Foster read several sections that reference the Napeague area, and speak to environmental preservation and limiting commercial development. The term â&#x20AC;&#x153;spot zoningâ&#x20AC;? spurred Supervisor Bill Wilkinson to weigh in. Last week The Independent reported that Suffolk County officials had cautioned against approving the request, as it could be perceived as illegal spot zoning. Wilkinson revealed contradicting documents. The file contains two

letters from the Suffolk County Planning Commission. One, addressed to the town clerk and dated February 1, addresses the request by property owner Michael Dioguardi and deems the request a matter for local determination. A second letter was written to the planning department, dated March 6, and references Cyrilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Signed by the same county officials, the second letter makes the comment about the potential for spot zoning. County officials did not return The Independentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s call regarding the two letters. Town attorney John Jilnicki pointed out that when a single or small number of parcels is the subject of a rezoning, it can raise a red flag. To avoid a spot zone claim, the change must provide a benefit to the community, and not just the property owner. At the outset of last Thursdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s meeting, the town board voted to close the public hearing on the rezoning request, but that didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t stop Foster and DeLuca from weighing in. Carole Campolo had something to say as well. She castigated some members of the town board for their openly hostile attitude toward a member of the Dioguardi family during an earlier work session on

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only at night. During the day, the tower guides pilots in and out of the facility. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gabreski is not just any airport â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it is home to the famed 106th Rescue Wing of the Air National Guard and Suffolk County Police Medevac Helicopter Unit and is therefore essential to military training and disaster relief efforts,â&#x20AC;? Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone noted in a release heralding the decision. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Furthermore, he added, â&#x20AC;&#x153;As a gateway to the East End, the airport is crucial to sustaining the local economy. We owe a debt of thanks to Congressman Tim Bishop and Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand for their unwavering commitment to our county airport.â&#x20AC;? Gabreski joins 23 other FAA contract towers nationwide that have been spared from closure, along with 16 other towers that are partially funded by non-federal agencies. The FAA will close 149 towers over a four-week period beginning April 7. kmerrill@indyeastend.com

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Sparks flew. Tempers flared. Voices raised in anger. It must have been an East Hampton Town Board meeting. Last Thursday night a discussion of the town’s Payment In Lieu of Parking program went south, with board members -- along party lines – in disagreement over the notion of waiving fees. A desire on the part of partners who own the Montauk Brewing Company – three local young men – to actually make, rather than simply sell, libations, triggered review before town planners. The planning board was amenable to the idea, but approval stalled on a parking predicament. The required spaces can’t be provided on the company’s South Erie Avenue site. When that occurs, town officials will often accept Payments In Lieu of Parking. But that’s a hefty fee for young entrepreneurs, who have asked that it be waived or amortized over several years. A licensing agreement, wherein the partners are granted an easement allowing them to use parking at nearby Zebrowski Field at

no additional cost, was one option proposed during planning board discussion earlier this year. Board members were concerned about the precedent such an agreement might set, and turned the matter over to the town board. Last Thursday night, Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc offered a resolution that would allow the partners – all East Hampton High School alumni -- to pay off the PILP over time. Supervisor Bill Wilkinson and Councilwoman Theresa Quigley both vehemently opposed the idea. “Why can’t we just use the parking lot and waive the fee?” the supervisor asked. “Why can’t we just accommodate them?” Quigley reported the town has been collecting PILP fees for decades and “Never spent any of the money.” “I don’t understand the purpose of the fee,” she continued, becoming agitated. “We’ve done nothing with these fees other than punish people.” The code includes a number of restrictions related to how the money is used, she explained. The town has a system in place for such situations, Van Scoyoc began. “It worked really well,” Quigley interjected sarcastically.

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Van Scoyoc offered that it would be “completely unfair” to waive the fee for the Brewing Company when others have had to pay it. The town allows structured fees for “all kinds of things” when people can’t afford them, Quigley countered, stating, “As far as I’m concerned, the world is made up of making concessions for people who don’t have money.” Veering off topic, she spoke about her defunct accessory apartment legislation, which drew opposition from people who are “bitter” because they weren’t able to build the apartments and don’t want to see others given the chance to. Returning to the idea of waiving the fee she declared, “You can say it’s not fair, but in truth we haven’t been fair for 30 years . . . Let’s start being fair.” When Van Scoyoc pointed out that the town code could be amended to provide for waiving the fees, Quigley refused. Brandishing a piece of paper, she declared, “I’m not going to do like you do . . . micromanage the process.” Wilkinson argued the brewery situation was unique. Three times he asked town attorney John Jilnicki whether the fee could be waived. The attorney said there is no provision in the town code for such an action, and doing so could be subject to legal challenge. Quigley

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asked whether the town code allows the town board to waive building permits or site plan fees, which it does waive. Jilnicki didn’t think so. The verbal fireworks died down as members agreed to table the matter for further discussion at a work session. Councilwoman Sylvia Overby cautioned, however, that if the board decided to pursue a licensing agreement or easement, it would mean future owners of the site would have to undergo the planning process, and confront the PILP all over again. “There are ramifications,” she pointed out. If Warren Buffet comes in and wants to open a jewelry store, Wilkinson enjoined, “I’ll charge him the whole fee.” kmerrill@indyeastend.com

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According to history.com, the largest Easter egg ever made was over 25 feet high and weighed over 8000 pounds. It was made of chocolate and marshmallow and supported by an internal steel frame. The perennially dieting Rick Murphy wanted to eat it, but they wouldn’t let him. This weekend, local kids probably won’t find eggs that are quite so big, but they’ll be just as hoppy, as a variety of community organizations host Easter egg hunts. Here’s a roundup of some of the searches scheduled: The Southampton Village PBA presents an Easter egg hunt on Friday in Agawam Park in Southampton Village at 10 AM. The Maidstone Gun Club hosts its annual egg hunt at 10 AM on Saturday. Children aged one to eight may participate. The event is open to the public and will be held at the club’s Daniels Hole Road, Wainscott, location. BYO basket. Also at 10 AM Saturday, the East Hampton Town Democratic Committee sponsors its annual hunt in Herrick Park on Newtown Lane in East Hampton. There will be free raffle prizes, sweet treats, games and fun galore, plus, a visit from Le Bunny himself. And it’s all free. The Easter Parade tradition in New York City, which saw wellheeled residents showing off their holiday finery, especially bonnets decorated to highlight the arrival of spring, began in the mid-1800s. It’s still a favored event “On the Avenue, Fifth Avenue,” as Irving Berlin’s song goes. In Sag Harbor, the Chamber of Commerce hosts

its annual Easter Bonnet Parade on Saturday at 1 PM. Meet in front of BookHampton wearing your fanciest chapeau, and parade down Main Street’s sidewalk to the Sag Harbor Garden Center where there will be a petting zoo for the kiddies from noon to 2 PM. Peter Cottontail comes to Amagansett Square on Saturday from noon to 2 PM. Meeting House restaurant hosts the big ole’ bunny, offering a special lunch menu, plus an egg hunt, egg decorating, face painting and cookie decorating. Be sure to dress for an outdoor event. Also on Saturday, the Quogue Wildlife Refuge hosts its annual Eggstravaganza. Designed for kids

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aged five to 12, the festivities include egg decorating. Begins at 11 AM and costs $10. On Sunday, the refuge plans two sessions of egg hunting and crafts for preschoolers aged two to four – the first at 9:30 and the second at 11 AM. Pre-registration is required and admission is $10. In Riverhead, join the eggcitement at the Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center during their annual egg hunt which includes a basket-load of great prizes, including a free birthday party, family fun center vouchers, tour boat tickets, plus rides on the Discovery Tower and Submarine Simulator. The fun starts at 10 AM on Saturday, and it’s free with aquarium admission. History.com reports the exact origin of the mythical mammal that became known as the Easter Bunny

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is unknown. Some sources say he (or she) first made an appearance in the United States in the 1700s. He’ll make a local appearance Sunday morning at Gurney’s Inn in Montauk. Meet the holiday symbol and enjoy an egg hunt at Gurney’s at 11 AM. T h e S o u t h a m p t o n Tr a i l s Preser vation Society presents its annual Easter Egg Hunt at Poxabogue Park. Meet south of the railroad trestle on Old Farm Road in Bridgehampton at 1 PM sharp. For kids eight and under. BYO basket. Sunrise Easter services hosted by local ministries at the Montauk Lighthouse begin at 6 AM. In Springs, the fire department hosts its first ever Easter breakfast from 7 to 11 AM on Sunday. Egg hunts are planned at 8,9,10, and 11 AM. kmerrill@indyeastend.com

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RICKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S SPACE The Kardashians, The Mick, And Me Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s impossible to relay the love a little kid has for baseball unless youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve lived the dream. When I was 10 or so, before girls and Rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Roll intruded, my entire existence centered on baseball. It reached a crescendo every summer in Sag Harbor. I lived at the foot of Howard Street. There were enough kids in the neighborhood to field an entire team. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d begin every day by walking to Mashashimuet Park. My friend Craig would come get me, then weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d cut through the backyard to Bobby Vaccaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s house, where the same ritual played out each morning. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d knock on the back door. Bobbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s grandmother, who was from Italy and spoke very little English, would

answer, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bobby no home,â&#x20AC;? she would say. We would ignore her, because of course, he was. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d go around the other side of the house, open his bedroom window, and tell him to hurry. By the time we got near the park there would be a procession of a dozen or more kids, all wearing caps, carrying mitts, spitting profusely, and scratching our backsides repeatedly, as real men are fond of doing. Ed Petrie, the legendary basketball coach, was a young gym teacher then and he presided over Park School, which basically for us meant playing baseball all morning. There were girls, too, but I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t remember what they did to pass the time except

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right, throws left.â&#x20AC;? Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d ponder the meaning of this mystery of life ad nauseum and often invent fictional reasons why a batter would switch from his natural side. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He got hit in the eye with a stick,â&#x20AC;? I would lie. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He has a giant mosquito bite that never went away,â&#x20AC;? someone else would offer. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mom, I wanna be five-foot seven and weigh 190 pounds when I grow upâ&#x20AC;? I announced one day after viewing the card of some portly, compact slugger. Mom would just look at me with a blank stare, wondering why a skinny kid with long legs like me wanted to grow up to look like a fire hydrant. On weekends weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d watch the Yankees on TV. I would live and die every time Mickey Mantle came to the plate. If he struck out my heart would sink. If he hit a homer the elation would be so overwhelming Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d have to share it with somebody â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the telephone operator. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s because in those days when you picked the phone up a real woman would answer and say â&#x20AC;&#x153;Number, please?â&#x20AC;? Usually it was Mrs. Fiore and I would scream, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mantle just hit a home run!â&#x20AC;? and hang up. Mrs. Fiore would tell my mother and sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d gently slap me for embarrassing her. I would silently vow that once I grew to five-seven and 190 I wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t let Mom push me around like that. Sometimes our dads would take us to a real game and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d eat Cracker4:33 Jacks 7/27/12 PM and stare at the players like they were the Kardashians except with smaller booties. Your Home is Your Baseball season begins this week, Most Valuable Asset and with it the memories of summers So trust a company thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s always here for you. in the park, jaws of bubble gum, and squeeze plays. I still feel like a little kid, except I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to be stocky when I grow up and I can buy beer when I go to the ballpark.

they made potholders out of those stupid weaving kits. My sister used to attend, so we would have 50 or more ugly potholders in the kitchen at any given time. We were captivated by all things baseball. Sometimes weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d plot for the opportunity to pull a â&#x20AC;&#x153;suicide squeeze playâ&#x20AC;? for the sheer joy of doing it. This entailed having a runner on third base that would race toward home plate just as the pitcher delivered the ball. The batter would then â&#x20AC;&#x153;sacrificeâ&#x20AC;? himself by bunting. If he missed, the runner would most likely be out. If the batter missed the â&#x20AC;&#x153;buntâ&#x20AC;? sign and swung the bat, he would decapitate the runner. Fun stuff. We â&#x20AC;&#x2122; d a l l t r y a n d t h r o w knuckleballs, marveling how the ball would â&#x20AC;&#x153;flutterâ&#x20AC;? if thrown correctly. We all chewed gum and pretended it was tobacco. Once one of the kids got real chewing tobacco and we tried that â&#x20AC;&#x201C; I puked all over second base in the third inning. After Park School it would be more baseball: whiffle ball, stickball, whatever. If there were only two of us weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d invent games to play. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d spend all our money on baseball cards, ogling them like they were girlie mags. On the back of each they would list the players height and weight and whether they were left-handed or righthanded. Once in a while youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d see a player that â&#x20AC;&#x153;bats left, throws rightâ&#x20AC;? which was confounding. Even odder IndependentAd_July12_Vert.pdf 1 was the opposite scenario â&#x20AC;&#x201C; â&#x20AC;&#x153;bats

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EDITORIAL Keep Politics Out Of Police Probe Two members of the disbanded Southampton Town Street Crimes Unit are back on the job after serving suspensions, but the matter is far from settled. Before the crowing by the town’s Police Benevolent Association continues, a gut check may be in order. The Suffolk District Attorney has released several convicted drug dealers from prison because their arrests and subsequent convictions were tainted. District Attorney Tom Spota made it perfectly clear why his office took those extraordinary steps – because he believes some members of the Street Crimes Unit crossed the line in making those arrests. In fact, the cops are accused in court papers of a litany of activities including planting evidence and setting up suspects. The town faces hundreds of millions of dollars in potential liability. Of course, allegations in court papers often times turn out to be baseless. But the fact is, the Street Crimes Unit was disbanded in disgrace and the DA is in the midst of an investigation. Now there are claims that evidence, including drugs, is missing from what was supposed to be a secure room in the police department. Two PBA officials were quick to point fingers at the town’s Republican Party, suggesting the suspension of one officer who was admittedly addicted to painkillers was politically motivated. But there’s a big disconnect here: dangerous criminals are free on our streets because the DA decided the local cops screwed up. Lawsuits are being filed left and right with all sorts of accusations flying. And criminal attorneys

Independent VOICES Armed Teachers To The Editor, Regarding the “Teachers Packin’ Heat” article by Dr. Annacone, I think it might help further the discussion if some points are sharpened just a bit. By way of background, I have no firm opinion on whether or not teachers ought to be allowed to carry firearms on duty as the way that is implemented in a particular case would be far more important than the general concept. The author states that there are 300 million guns in the USA, and goes on to

state that there are 7 million teachers. He extrapolates that allowing teachers to be armed would therefore put another 7 million guns “out there” and have the weapons manufacturers “licking their chops.” I would expect a little more in the way of an accurate analysis of the facts from someone who uses the “Dr.” prefix in their signature. His so-obviously-flawed “logic” assumes that many teachers aren’t already armed. It also assumes that all those who aren’t already armed will now choose to arm themselves. Clearly, teachers are almost certainly adults and have already made up their minds about whether or not to afford themselves of their 2nd Amendment rights. His conclusion also assumes falsely that teachers would be “required” to carry, and

are telling us some members of the Street Crimes Unit were rogue operators, racists, even drug dealers. Does that make the charges true? Of course not. But it should give pause to PBA officials trying to downplay this whole sordid affair. What happened in the Southampton Town Police Department is disgraceful. It’s an embarrassment. It’s outrageous. Worst of all, a few bad apples have tarnished the reputation of a lot of good cops. There’s nothing to crow about here. There is no rationalizing what has taken place. There was a reason Southampton was the only East End police force that didn’t participate in the East End Drug Task Force. The whispers about the Southampton Street Crimes Unit have been out there for a long time. The Southampton Town Police PBA has done an admirable job protecting its members, and that’s what the union is for. But someone needs to place the blame where it should properly be placed: on the officers and brass who allowed this mess to happen. There has been one thing sorely lacking: an apology to the people of this community. It’s silly season again, and perhaps it’s no coincidence that former town supervisor Linda Kabot, a Republican, is running again. Kabot and the PBA feuded over proposed staff cuts in the past, and the PBA endorsed Anna Throne-Holst, Kabot’s opponent. It doesn’t take a detective to put the dots together this time around. The public’s confidence in the police force has eroded and needs to be rebuilt. The PBA needs to be in the forefront of the effort. We suggest leaving the finger pointing to the DA.

that is clearly not the case. Certainly, even where this is already happening, it would be a matter of personal choice and that teachers who choose to be armed would face further training and some sort of certification. It’s not uncommon for professionals (lawyers, DAs, people in private security, those who carry cash and other valuables or are in other high-risk jobs, as well as people who have been or feel threatened) to carry, even in jurisdictions where there are virtually no rights for the average citizen to do so. Logical safeguards are the norm for all of these cases. It’s something of a head-scratcher to assume that would not be the case for teachers. The author also assumes that arguments between teachers, students would now risk being settled with someone

popping off a couple of rounds. That he chose to include that potential scenario does more to illustrate and underscore his inability to think dispassionately and rationally about the subject. He asks the question that, if an intruder breaks in why would we think the teachers would be faster and more accurate than the intruder . . . isn’t that why we train law enforcement? Of course, if an intruder breaks in AND a trained law enforcement professional is there to respond, any rightthinking person would prefer the situation to be handled by the professional. However, what are the chances of this being the case? In any event, the police are not “Dirty Harry.” The majority pull their weapon to qualify and that’s it. However, an armed teacher being on scene is likely (assuming CONTINUED ON PAGE 18.


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mandatory training) to be far better than no potential equal response to an armed intruder intent on doing harm. It’s not like there haven’t been well-documented “spray and pray” incidents involving the police. Personally, and contrary to his intent, I found nothing in Dr. Annacone’s article that might make me come to a conclusion. All I saw was an extraordinarily superficial analysis grounded more in personal bias than a rational discussion of the subject. I remain open to both sides of the issue. JOHN HAVLICEK

An Obligation And Duty Dear Editor, “Teachers Packin’ Heat” by Dr. Dominic Annacone is a bizarre exercise in the convoluted logic of the misinformed on his way to misinforming everyone else. The good doctor explains in a 1000-word reasoning why arming teachers ready, willing and able to defend students, is really, not a good idea. He ends by asking “What kind of school atmosphere do you want your kids to be exposed to?” How about a safe atmosphere, doctor, where kids are guarded from armed attack by the certainty of lethal force that will be used against the perps? We can empirically test Annacone’s thesis: There were no armed teachers at any of the school mass shootings. We know the results of Dr. Annacone’s solution, policy already in place. No armed teachers, plenty of dead: dead students, dead principals, dead teachers, broken families, blood and gore, destroyed schools, shattered communities, funerals, newspaper articles confusing the object with the subject, and opportunistic governors and politicians who are willing to violate common sense - backed by a complicit media with fake statistics, while the rights of Americans to defend their families are thrown out the window, as well

Eric Wallick I’m half-Jewish but the Easter Bunny does come to visit me, He brings lots of chocolate and candy. Also, we go and paint eggs with our friends. I found an egg at the big egg hunt last year but then I dropped it and it broke. It was one of the eggs that I painted. Dylan Gallagher We watch the movie Hop before Easter. Lots of Easter Bunnies are in the movie and lots of bunnies and chicks too. I still think the Easter Bunny’s real. Well, I say that when I get the basket with all the chocolate eggs. I think my grandmother might be the Easter Bunny. Madison Gallagher I go to my cousin’s house and there’s a big Easter Egg Hunt at their house and it’s very fun. I have little cousins that still believe in the Easter Bunny so I pretend I do too so that they can still have the Easter Bunny in their imagination and believe in him. Sophia Wallick We went to a big Easter Egg Hunt last year with lots of kids and I found the golden egg. It was really a lemon that someone had spray painted gold so I got the $5 dollar prize. It was stuck up in a tree. It was really obvious but no one else thought it was an egg.

as their state’s constitutions. How about this solution, doctor? Armed alive teachers followed by dead attackers and far less dead children, teachers, principals, less funerals and less media coverage for tragedies averted because even armed crazies don’t want to end their lives without getting results. Meaning a field of dead kids. Only people like Annacone want their family’s lives ended by his cowardly not having the guts and the common sense to realize that self defense and defending one’s family is not only a right, but an obligation and a duty. RAND ALEXANDER

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in the first place and to pay for already highly-paid teachers like The East Hampton Independentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own columnist Dr. Dominick Annacone, whose past performance running the Wainscott School of 20 children if I recall correctly, was not exactly a shining example of administrative achievement. Annaconeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s real problem was that he could only indoctrinate 20 kids with his leftwing pablum and not 2000, which more able administrators at real schools have succeeded in doing. Dominickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s anti-gun statistics were cherry picked from Bradyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Handgun Control Inc. and the loons at CDC, without consideration of objective statistics from the US Department of Justice/FBI that, surprise . . . disprove them. For example, this one: no children were killed in New York State with an assault rifle in decades . . . if ever. Not a single one. How many were killed in bathtubs, with knives, fists, baseball bats, enraged and drunk mothers, automobiles and neglect? So much for Annaconeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;education.â&#x20AC;? Lucky for you 20 kids who graduated . . . youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll grow up just as bright as your teachers. I am left wondering exactly how the state will fund the now-unfunded mandates on localities to enforce compliance and to incarcerate law-abiding firearms owners who have never in their lives committed a crime; and whom these clueless legislators have deliberately criminalized based on false statistics, false beliefs, and gargantuan stupidity that will cost the New York taxpayer with no measurable benefit to society? On that note, I wonder how many firearms Mr. Annacone fired in his life - since he proclaimed himself an expert on firearms, medicine, constitutional law, and education. Never mind. He never mentioned the constitution, only that, by his words, he has no respect for it. Meanwhile, New Jerseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s half-sane governor, unlike yours, understands where limited funds needed to be spent and not wasted. For example, spending $4 billion to upgrade New Jerseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s electric grid infrastructure to make it immune and/ or easier to repair from storm and water damage. Meaning that, unlike the New York SAFE Act which makes women and older men unsafe and unable to defend themselves and their families, Governor Cuomo, Fred Thiele, Senator LaValle, Tim (Pelosi) Bishop - all Democrats (yes, I know LaValle would have you think otherwise) have done nothing for the East End to make their residents and the electric grid safer from storm, hurricane and wind damage.

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Nothing, Zip, Nada, Kapish? LIPA has done likewise -- nothing. Most of your wires are above ground, hanging loose from flagpoles a few hundred feet from shore, with huge and heavy transformers - lightning rods - ready to tip them over. On your homes and autos perhaps? Readers of this letter now fully understand whom their New York legislators are, where theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going, what theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re doing with your money, and where their lemmings follow. Think Pied Piper and remember to vote Democrat the next time. You will get more of the same and, well, I think you deserve it. A. BENJAMIN

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Dear Editor, St. Francis of Assisi (St. Francesco Bernardone 1181-1226) was the Italian founder of the Franciscan order. He renounced wealth by choosing to fOllow Christ in humility, poverty, love of mankind and all creation. He loved the poor, and lepers, and revealed the beauty of Christâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life and the mystery of the incarnation. He received the stigmata feast on October 4. He was a humble soul. His message will be uncovered in the future. Blessed be to all created in his image. DIANNE BALDUCCI

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Oodles of youngsters were hippity hopping out into the fields at Springs Presbyterian Church and the Ladies Village Improvement Society in East Hampton over the weekend, looking for the gold egg and snatching basketfuls of pastel plastic replicas, at annual Easter hunts. More candy quests will be held this weekend. (See coverage elsewhere in this edition.)

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Tuckahoe Common School will be hosting a blood drive sponsored by New York Blood Center on Tuesday from 1 to 7 PM. For more information, visit nybloodcenter. org.

National Art Honor Society honoree Daniella Gonzalez of East Hampton High School with her work.

East Hampton High School The induction ceremony for the National Art Honor Society was held in the cafeteria on March 13. Election to the Society recognizes students who have shown an outstanding ability in art, along with service to the school and the

community though development and participation in artistic endeavors. This was the fourth year of East Hampton’s charter with the society, and the students honored included Hannah DiGate, the school’s NAHS president, and Daniella Gonzalez.

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Mark Ambrico, Operations Manager of Channel 12 News, is presented with a proclamation by Southampton Town Supervisor Anna ThroneHolst Saturday on behalf of the Southampton Animal Shelter. He was honored for his dedication as a volunteer at the shelter and the creation of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dog Days,â&#x20AC;? which airs weekly on Friday mornings on Channel 12.

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Siwicki Will Play For Dartmouth By Rick Murphy

Jacob Siwicki, a former East Hampton Bonacker who emerged as one of the top running backs in the country, has signed to attend Dartmouth College. Siwicki, from Sagaponack, left East Hampton after his sophomore year and became a star at Upper St. Clair High School in suburban Pittsburgh. The youngster took over the starting tailback job and was named All-Conference. He was selected to participate in the U S Army Combine as one of the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top 500 junior football players. Siwicki really blossomed as a senior at Dematha Catholic, a Washington DC area football powerhouse, where he was nominated for the Metro Area Player Of The Year award and was named

the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s offensive most valuable player. Siwicki intends to compete for the starting tailback job for the Big Green. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We met with the coach and heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a no-nonsense guy,â&#x20AC;? said Jacobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s father, J.R, Siwicki. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They have a very good running back coming back but Jacob is going there to play.â&#x20AC;? Dartmouth, in Hanover NH, went 6-4 in the Ivy League last year. The team is coached by Buddy Teevens. Siwicki attended a prep school last year with an eye on improving his SAT scores and it paid off, his father noted. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He took the SATs nine times. The coach told us heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s never heard of that before.â&#x20AC;? The younger Siwicki is a solidly built running back at 6-foot, 220 pounds. He is considered an

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It may be spring, but donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t tell the East Hampton Bonackers, who suffered through a chilly, drizzly opener Monday, falling to Amityville 10-2. The locals look for revenge Saturday at home against Glenn. Pete Shilowich (top) was on the hill for the locals.


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Bryce Harper: How High? The 20-year old phenom Bryce Harper, judging from the numbers he put up as a rookie, should be drafted somewhere in the fourth or fifth round. But this is no ordinary player – Harper was on the cover of Sports Illustrated as a 16 year-old, and rolled through the minor leagues in less than two years. Still, he’s put up only pedestrian numbers so far as a major leaguer. I had Harper ranked #29 on my winter draft lists. Once spring training began, though, he’s been rocketing up the charts. The first thing Fantasy Baseball players have to decide is: do you want Harper on your team? The

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and almost always are: The big four of Ryan Braun, Mig Cabrera, Matt Kemp and Mike Trout? Always. I am going to put Giancarlo Stanton, one of the few players in baseball capable of hitting 50 homers, ahead of Harper. And Robinson Cano and Albert Pujols. Then it gets dicey. Joey Votto? The man’s a hitting machine. He should be picked before Harper. Most pundits have Andrew McCutchen, who enjoyed a breakthrough season last year, in their top seven or eight. I don’t – I think he’ll regress. Carlos Gonzalez? Great player, still young, plays in a hitter’s ballpark. But he gets hurt a lot. My hunch is this will be one of those years when he spends time on the disabled list, so I would grab Harper first. Ditto Troy Tulo – injury risk. The top three pitchers in fantasy – as they are in real life – are Justin Verlander, Clayon Kershaw, and Stephan Strasburg. All are good choices, but I have never taken a pitcher in the first round of a draft in my life – always pick a guy who plays everyday over a guy who pitched every five days. There are two other players I might consider taking before Harper: Josh Hamilton and Jose

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Eye Ayes: Radar For The Private Boater Several times in the articles on the COLREGs, it was noted that no accident at sea will ever have the blame apportioned 100-0 and that you are obligated by Rule 5 (to use all available means to maintain a proper look-out. This means, if you have radar, you had better have it on. So, who wants that extra responsibility? Well, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve all heard the expression, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ignorance is blissâ&#x20AC;? and sometimes it is, but not on the water, where â&#x20AC;&#x153;Knowledge is power.â&#x20AC;? This is what this column is about.

Radio Detection And Ranging If there is a better sounding maritime short-hand than â&#x20AC;&#x153;scuba,â&#x20AC;? it has to be â&#x20AC;&#x153;radar.â&#x20AC;? Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve grown up hearing about it and being subject to it â&#x20AC;&#x201C; weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve all been on the parkway doing 55+ mph â&#x20AC;&#x201C; that we instinctively â&#x20AC;&#x153;get it.â&#x20AC;? It is the eyes that can penetrate fog, rain, night and snow. But â&#x20AC;&#x153;getting itâ&#x20AC;? and using it effectively is as much art as science.

First, what is happening? Electromagnetic energy is shot out of the radarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;transceiverâ&#x20AC;? (a transmitter and receiver combined in one) at the speed of light and, if it hits something of sufficient density, it returns at the speed of light. This enables the radar unit to instantly determine the distance from the object to you. The transceiver rotates three to four times per minute so you are constantly scanning for all comers and all objects â&#x20AC;&#x201C; that will return a signal. Will a sail boat? Well, her sails certainly wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t and, unless she has a kicker engine on her stern, her low-lying hull might not either, nor her wooden mast. Radar needs some amount of density. Here is one anecdote that illuminates the issue. A couple of summers ago, while we were conducting a night patrol, we were transiting from buoy 5 to buoy 6 in Narrow Bay east of the Smith Point Bridge. A moonless and cloudy night, we picked up a good-sized

   

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object lying 1000 feet directly in the fairway, dead ahead. I was at the helm and couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t see a thing â&#x20AC;&#x201C; no lights, no glow from a wake, nothing. I call out to my crewmen to move to the bow to extend my sight. Now weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re 500 feet away and still no one can see a thing. But sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s big and underway slowly . . . So, while throttling back to a â&#x20AC;&#x153;slow bell, (just enough speed to maintain steerage), we turn on the forward-looking infrared system (FLIR, like a kind of radar that detects tiny temperature differences at great distances) since I knew the engine of whatever was ahead of us had to be warmer than the boat and the water. And there, in full majesty, was a flock of swans paddling along in serene closeness â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but so many and so close together that they showed up as a single, solid object to the radar, even though the FLIR could see each swan individually. And therein lay one of the issues of â&#x20AC;&#x153;getting the conceptâ&#x20AC;? of radar and using it effectively. A tug boat and a tow might very well look like a very large vessel. Two boats abeam of each other might also look like a single, larger boat. Another issue is the sea state itself and that is in two dimensions. First, while radar can see through light rain and light snow, as it gets heavier, the signals flood the system and the screen â&#x20AC;&#x153;whites out.â&#x20AC;? Back in the day, the radar observer would â&#x20AC;&#x153;fiddleâ&#x20AC;? with various dials to try to find the right mix of tuning to reduce the return signals from the weather while still being able to see something important â&#x20AC;&#x201C; like another boat. Now, you flip a switch or press a button and tell the system that it is snowing or raining and the built-in computer does most of the work for you. But what is the second dimension I mentioned? Well, think of the radar like a gun shooting out electronic bullets in a straight line. As the seas build, and your bow rises and falls making

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its way over those building seas, the â&#x20AC;&#x153;gunâ&#x20AC;? is shooting up into outer space or down into the water â&#x20AC;&#x201C; reducing the effectiveness when you may need it the most. If you arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t aware of that, you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t effectively interpret what you are seeing or might not be seeing.

State Of The Art Despite all these caveats, I would recommend saving up and taking the step. There are several great systems (see below) and prices have come down dramatically while functionality has gone up even more dramatically. The cost, while nothing to sniffle at ($2000+), is a fraction of what it was 10 years ago and, relative to your income and certainly inflation, is a far smaller bite. Function has exploded upwards. I mentioned the computerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ability to â&#x20AC;&#x153;teach itselfâ&#x20AC;? how to see through snow and rain. How about painting the radar picture directly and simultaneously onto an integrated GPS screen? How about calculating how close a â&#x20AC;&#x153;bogeyâ&#x20AC;? will get to you â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and when â&#x20AC;&#x201C; for 10 objects simultaneously? Set off an alarm that you set that says, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;tell me when any object comes within a half a nautical mile of me?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s play. All this and more is available in the modern system. Here is a partial list of fullfeatured, integrated (with GPS and fathometers) systems, all in the $2000 range: Lowrance LRA 2400 (www. lowrance.com) Northstar (www.northstarnav. com) Raymarine C80 (or E80) (www. raymarine.com) I use the Raymarine E80 and I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t turn on the engine unless I also turn on my â&#x20AC;&#x153;eye ayes!â&#x20AC;? BTW, if you are interested in being part of USCG Forces, email me at JoinUSCGAux@aol.com or go directly to the D1SR Human Resources department, which is in charge of new members matters, at DSO-HR and we will help you â&#x20AC;&#x153;get in this thing . . .â&#x20AC;?

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