Some have trouble trouble understanding California politics, but now this seems elementary as compared to the Town of Nuttiness. The Town has hired someone to look at and restore the historic cemeteries -- a sensible idea I might add, given the Town's past history -- that the Town's Law Department is spending thousands of dollars to prove they don't own or have to care for. Will someone please explain? (The Town is currently fighting a lawsuit brought by the Fire Place History Club in Brookhaven Hamlet that seeks to compel the Town to maintain historic cemeteries in accordance with long established State law. Next court hearing date is March 9th. )
It's also should be noted that the consultant, Joel Snodgrass, has been only hired to "look at existing historic homes in the northern areas of Brookhaven Town," another example of north shore elitism often found in Town policies.