November 2, 2020
Sir Harold Evans was known for many incredible accomplishments, but the one closest to us was creating our very own Save the Dunes and Beaches Foundation. His vision, leadership, and commitment to our beachfront community was unwavering. As we continue to try and protect the shores of Quogue, we will do so while remembering him fondly.
We encourage you to celebrate Sir Harold Evan’s life by reading his obituary in the New York Times so you can learn about the infinite ways he helped make the world a better place.
August 3, 2020
Read the full official government press release.
Read more. Multiple recent storms have caused severe damage to the dunes along the ocean side and led to severe flooding and washovers and a near breach of the barrier island just west of Shinnecock Inlet.
December 11, 2019
Quogue Village Voice Letter. Trustees answer demand for safe access and parking to citizens relying on public access to the beach.
Schumer and Zeldin push for federal assistance along Dune Road. https://www.27east.com/southampton-press/schumer-and-zeldin-push-for-federal-assistance-along-dune-road-1565151/
Trustees commit to dump sand for the summer to reopen the Village Beach for summer and to look into FIMP for a long-term solution. You can download the letter here. The following is a letter from the Quogue Village Trustees, published in The Quogue Village Voice.
Decision by Mayor and Trustees to stop process of privately funded Beach Erosion Control District. Quogue is the only municipality on the East End of Long Island to reject the formation of a BECD….
“If approved, the project would piggyback on a larger U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project to reconstruct 4.5 miles of beach between Hampton Bays and East Quogue. The village proposal recommends dumping roughly 536,000 cubic yards of sand along a 1.1-mile stretch of…