Saturday, December 15, 2012


My readers know I love the North Atlantic.  My brother has a summer home on the northshore of Peconic Bay near Jamesport.  We went out to do some work on the house, enjoy the bay, and then a late lunch of Peconic Bay scallops.  They are in the middle of harvest season so they are fresh.  We both could have eaten twice as many as we ate. 

The bay was magnificient.  We could not get down to the actual water because of the damage from Sandy, but I got close enough. 

I am back to Brownsville tomorrow.  Next week I have meetings with several sources.  Apparently, Tony Martinez is burning his bridges pretty fast.  If I get real evidence I can verify I will run the story.  What I find of most interest is the number of  elected officials, from a variety of entities, concerned that Brownsville is on a rudderless course.  Tony Martinez is here for 2 1/2 more years, but in May we can insure his voice is silenced if we can elect three people who will hold him accountable.


Anonymous said...

Do you know who intends to run for city commissioner?

BobbyWC said...

At this time I have no idea who may run or is running

Bobby WC