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Saturday, May 25, 2013

From Scarsdale10583 and Great Gull Island

Dear Readers:

You may be interested in this article in the Scarsdale10583 site:

Wetlands on Cushman

My response and comments so far



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written by Lika L. Levi, May 25, 2013

Yeah, finish development forever and ever in Scarsdale and in the whole world. We have done enough damage already.

Enough development in Scarsdale. Let them all go to Greenwich, CT. That is where they live, right ? Or, Scottsdale Arizona or Texas...

Would a healthy person write his/ her own death sentence ? This is just the same thing. If you need explanation please call me at 722-0004. We'll be up to our necks in water, and the Planning Board, our resident volunteers, will still be reviewing applications for " development " in wetlands and telling me to take it up with the Trustees. God help us !

Volunteer at a nature preserve, take a hike in a park, and then go to Manhattan. Let me know what makes you feel better. Look at the eyes of that bunny in your yard and tell him, his home will be axed and tell him you are not lifting a finger. Let asphalt and concrete cure you.

Study nature, Physics a little... Marvel at all of this, the divine, the sublime. If you need help, let me know.

Socrates said this:

He is richest who is content with the least, for content is the wealth of nature.

Be well, happy Memorial Day weekend to all.


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written by Imzchef, May 24, 2013
And Lika said "We cannot let developers develop anymore." So much for property rights.
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written by Enough Already, May 23, 2013
Wow, imagine that, Lika Levi was at a village meeting...
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My husband and I, had plans to be here this weekend: Great Gull Island off of the CT coast

Great Gull Island, AMNH trip, Summer 2006


Sandy damaged their dock and we were going to land on the beach via a dinky. Unfortunately because of rough seas yesterday, we could not land and had to turn around.

The island is managed by legendary ornithologist Helen Hays of the American Museum of Natural History and is a tern sanctuary she has been taking care of since 1969.  She welcomes volunteers of all ages and backgrounds every year as well as terns by the tens of thousands every season. You have to see it to believe it !

I first visited the island in 2006 on a members' trip of the AMNH and fell in love forever !

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