Dear Orient Community Residents:

What do you value most about where you live? What are your biggest concerns?

The North Fork Civics, a coalition of civic groups from the hamlets of Southold Town, are asking ALL residents to answer a survey to determine areas of concern in the town in light of population growth and increased development pressure.

The survey can be found using this link: https://nfcivics.org/priorities

The information will be used to better serve our communities and the civics’ mission to inform, educate and act upon issues of importance facing our hamlets.

The survey will be available online from now through July 31. Hard copies of the surveys will also be available at local libraries beginning June 17 and results will be announced in September.

Join us to preserve and improve the beautiful place we call home.

We thank you.
North Fork Civics
Nfcivics.org

You don’t have to sign up for google to take the survey. Email addresses are not collected.

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Deer Management Forum – Aug. 13, 2022 – 9:30am at Poquatuck Hall

Deer Management Forum – Aug. 13, 2022 – 9:30am at Poquatuck Hall

The Orient Association is hosting a Deer Management Forum on Saturday, August 13th at 9:30 am in Poquatuck Hall. The guest speakers will be:
  • Greg Doroski- Town Board Member and Liaison to the Deer Management Task Force
  • Craig Jobes- Southold Town Environmental Analyst in charge of the hunting program and de facto member of the Deer Management Task Force
  • Arnold Blair- Nassau Point Property Owners Association Deer Committee and member of the Town Deer Management Task Force.
Find out what the Town is doing to control the deer population and see what you can do to help Learn about the rules and regulations that control hunting methods in Southold.
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Orient Water Project Update #2

Orient Water Project Update #2

Now that we are a few months into the Orient water project, I wanted to give you an update on our progress.As you know, we started this project with the goal of assessing, now and in the future:
  1. Ground water quantity
  2. Ground water quality
  3. Surface water health
In each case, we wanted to know whether there are steps that should be taken to improve and protect our water resources. 
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