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image located by Ned Smith, 29 August 2010
The Town of Shelter Island, Suffolk County, NY, is the town seal on a white field. A portion of the flag is visible at www.newsday.com/media/photo/2003-07/8811334.jpg
[no longer available]. It is the third one from the left- "helter is" is visible on the reverse portion of the seal's outer
ring which is not covered by other flags. The seal can be seen at www.shelter-island.org/town_logo.jpg.
Ned Smith, 17 August 2005
Another news photo available on the web gave a much fuller view of the flag. At www.sireporter.com/news-articles/1646/1646-Island-aquifer-gets-good-report-from-county-hydrogeologist%E2%80%A9.html?ID=2522 it could be seen fully extended in the background. As already stated, it is composed of the town seal on a white field.
Ned Smith, 29 August 2010
image located by Paul Bassinson, 11 May 2019
Source: http://media.timesreview.com.s3.amazonaws.com/shelterislandreporter/files/o53113i_history_web_jal.jpg and photo with caption https://shelterislandreporter.timesreview.com/2013/05/30/this-week-in-shelter-island-history-25/.
The newly created Shelter Island Town emblem was created by boards secretary
Danielle LiCausi in 2011 replacing an original flag that had been dedicated in
1983. Here Supervisor Jim Dougherty, Councilman Peter Reich and former
Councilman Glenn Waddington unveiled the new emblem.
Paul Bassinson, 11 May 2019