MEDIA

By Laura Lane

There are three seats open on the Republican led Town Board in Oyster Bay which the candidates running on the Democratic line hope to win.

We asked these candidates a couple of questions to assist voters when they go to the polls on Nov. 5. Next week we will share information on the Republican candidates.

 

Herald Guardian: What do you think are the most important issues that need addressed in the following areas: Hamlet of Oyster Bay, Glen Head/Glenwood Landing, Sea Cliff, Bayville?  

Erin Guida: Many issues that affect the northern parts of the Town of Oyster Bay are similar to those that affect all communities, which includes a failing infrastructure and environmental issues.

Specific issues include the need for a publicly owned water authority for the residents in Sea Cliff,

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On Friday, Democratic candidates for Oyster Bay Town board called on Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino to stop deleting comments and blocking users on his Facebook page, mirroring comments from the New York Civil Liberties Union that it’s a violation of their right to free speech.

(Credit: Howard Schnapp)

 

Story by Rachel Uda

Updated August 30, 2019 11:33 PM
https://www.newsday.com/long-island/nassau/facebook-comments-posts-censorship-deleted-first-amendment-1.35657538

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