In a letter sent to East Qugoue residents, Al Algieri, president of the civic, urged community members to attend the meeting, which he said, will address issues related to the project, including traffic, potential impacts on the school district and local taxes.
Also in attendance at the meeting will be Dr. Christopher Gobler, associate professor of Marine Sciences at Stony Brook University, who Algieri said will review the the development proposal as it relates to drinking water and its potential effect on the areas bays.
The civic group has already publicly expressed many concerns about the Hills project, which aims to bring a championship 18-hole golf course and 82 homes to 400 acres on Lewis Road East Quogue with Algieri speaking on behalf of members at an Oct. 8 public hearing on the project's pre-application at Southampton Town Hall.
Also, during that hearing, Donna Lanzetta, president of the East Quogue Chamber of Commerce spoke in support of the project on behalf of the chamber's membership.
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