Within the wake an onslaught of summer time residents heading to the East Finish, Southampton City Supervisor Jay Schneiderman at present revealed plans to ask Governor Andrew Cuomo to contemplate enacting short-term limitations on non-essential journey from the New York Metropolitan space to the East Finish. He is polling different members of the East Finish Supervisors and Mayors Affiliation, searching for them to signal on to a letter to Mr. Cuomo. He hadn’t but gotten solutions from all his colleagues, however stated he had a way the response was constructive.
“We now have to do one thing, we’ve folks clamoring,’We’re bursting on the seams,'” he stated. “I am simply asking all the opposite supervisors and mayors what they suppose.” He believed Southold City Supervisor Scott Russell was on board.
“I am involved concerning the speedy acceleration of the inhabitants and the stress it places on the hospital and public security,” Mr. Schneidrman stated. With instances of coronavirus rising, he stated, “I am involved concerning the hospital’s capability to deal with not solely the individuals who reside right here, however a complete bunch of individuals coming right here.” He stated he retains listening to folks involved, “we cannot have the ability to adequately shield everybody primarily based on the bounds of our infrastructure.”
“We’re not prepared for a summertime inhabitants,” Mr. Schneiderman acknowledged. “I am being informed half the second houses are occupied. That is lots of people we’d not count on in March. They’re getting out and about and with that, there’s a rise in unfold.”
East Hampton City Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc requested rhetorically, “What’s non-essential? We’re messaging everybody no matter the place they’re from and telling everybody they need to keep dwelling. We’re all purported to be in lockdown and solely exit for for meals, prescriptions and physician’s appointments.”
The supervisor stated he disagrees…