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Suffolk Bancorp (SUBK)

3/10/2006 Proxy Information

Some of the nominees, directors continuing in office, and executive officers of the Company, as well as members of their immediate families and the corporations, organizations, trusts, and other entities with which they are associated, are also customers of the Bank in the ordinary course of business. They may also have taken loans from the Bank of $60,000 or more. It is anticipated that these people and their associates will continue to be customers of, and indebted to, the Bank in the future. All such loans, however, were made in the ordinary course of business, did not involve more than normal risk of collectibility, or present other unfavorable features. They were made on substantially the same terms as those prevailing at the time for comparable transactions with unaffiliated persons, including interest rates and collateral. At present, none of these loans to nominees, directors, executive officers, or their associates is non-performing.

Other than normal relationships as customers or by virtue of position or ownership in the Company, none of the directors or officers of the Company or their associates now maintains, or has maintained, any significant business or personal relationship with the Company or the Bank during 2005, except for the following. The law firm of Meyer, Meyer, & Keneally, L.L.P., of which Director Meyer is a partner, has been employed to represent the Bank in real-estate closings and was paid $219,363 for legal services. It is anticipated that the Bank will employ this law firm in the future. Management and the Board of Directors of the Company have determined that these amounts are fair and competitive for the services provided.

3/11/2005 Proxy Information

Some of the nominees, directors continuing in office, and executive officers of the Company, as well as members of their immediate families and the corporations, organizations, trusts, and other entities with which they are associated, are also customers of the Bank in the ordinary course of business. They may also have taken loans from the Bank of $60,000 or more. It is anticipated that these people and their associates will continue to be customers of, and indebted to, the Bank in the future. All such loans, however, were made in the ordinary course of business, did not involve more than normal risk of collectibility, or present other unfavorable features. They were made on substantially the same terms as those prevailing at the time for comparable transactions with unaffiliated persons, including interest rates and collateral. At present, none of these loans to nominees, directors, executive officers, or their associates is non-performing.

Other than normal relationships as customers or by virtue of position or ownership in the Company, none of the directors or officers of the Company or their associates now maintains, or has maintained, any significant business or personal relationship with the Company or the Bank during 2004, except for the following. The law firm of Meyer, Meyer, Metli & Keneally, L.L.P., of which Director Meyer is a partner, has been employed to represent the Bank in real-estate closings and was paid $243,073 for legal services. It is anticipated that the Bank will employ this law firm in the future. Management and the Board of Directors of the Company have determined that these amounts are fair and competitive for the services provided.