Three Candidates, Lots of Opinions in Riverhead Forum
October 6, 2015
Our fourth and final candidate forum of the year was a huge success in Riverhead last night. The three candidates vying for the role of Town Supervisor, incumbent Sean Walter, Anthony Coates, and Jodi Giglio, discussed everything from septic tanks to solar energy to single-use plastic bags.
Answering questions from the moderator, North Fork Environmental Council president Bill Toedter, and from the audience the candidates took turns sharing their views. The forum format allows candidates to dive deep into the issues rather than spend most of their time debating with their opponents.
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We would like to thank our co-sponsors at the North Fork Environmental Council, the Suffolk County Community College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Center for hosting us, and to the concerned citizens who turned out to ask such thoughtful questions.
Watch the whole forum on our YouTube page:
Video credit: Image Hunter Photo/Michael John Madigan
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