Long Island is not only known for its cultural diversity, but its diversity of opinions. That fact is proven every week on Patch as we host community voices in our blog space. Here’s a look at some of the latest blogs posted on our sites across the region. Click on the headlines to read the blogs in their entirety.
Candidate for Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot posts another installment on her personal Patch blog as she stumps just a few weeks away from election day. “What’s this election really all about?,” she writes. “I think it’s about TRUTH, TRUST, COURAGE, DEDICATION, TEAMWORK and as a homeowner and taxpayer – a VISION for the future of our Town for my children and yours.” Read the blog post in its entirety by clicking on the headline.
This latest blog post from the Southampton Union Free School District’s Patch blog informs readers of this amazing and academic project being undertaken by elementary students working with “Finch” robots. Read all about this initiative and the teacher behind it all by clicking on the headline.
Martin Drew contributes to our open blog “The Soapbox” to speak about his own write-in candidacy for East Hampton Town Supervisor. “More of the same or REAL CHANGE?,” he writes. “The decision is YOURS!” Care to discuss the upcoming races and political issues facing East Hampton? Join our open blog yourself and have your voice heard.
Realtor Ed Giordano contributes another installment of this North Fork Realtor blog with some great tips on how to make sure your house is up to code and will pass inspection before you put it up on the market. Click the headline to make a checklist of what needs to be addressed to avoid snags along the way toward selling your home.
Candidate for New York State Assembly, 2nd District Anthony Palumbo contributes to his blog with a look at how political decisions in Albany can affect business growth in New York and on Long Island. The blog was in response to a recent report listing New York as a state hostile to businesses. Click the headline to read more.