Learn what changes are proposed, and why. Click the link below to hear Town Attorney Mike Sendlenski speak about the proposed code changes at 2 hours and 41 minutes into the video. A public hearing will be held at Town Hall on March 21, 2019.
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South Fork Commuter Connection Begins in East Hampton, Southampton
Transit option combines rail and bus shuttle service for transportation to workplaces
The first South Fork Commuter Connection trains will roll on Monday, March 4. A coor...
In response to the concerns of local business owners who have applied for H-2B Visas for foreign workers they hope to hire to bolster staffs for the summer season, East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc has penned a letter to federal elected offici...
East Hampton Town's finance department, led by Budget Officer Len Bernard and Chief Auditor Charlene Kagel, pictured, was once again recognized by the Government Finance Officers Association with its CAFR (Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting...
Don Kauth, the head of East Hampton Town's Ordinance Enforcement Department, presented an overview of the department's functions and goals at a recent town board meeting
Guides for Future of Town's Commercial Areas on Town Board Agenda for February 19; Frequently Asked Questions on Hamlet Planning Answered
A free exercise program for seniors aged 60 and up at Ashawagh Hall in Springs will include sessions in Qi Gong beginning on February 11 and Core Strength classes beginning on February 13.
Help protect our drinking water, surface waters, harbors, and bays
Up to $46,000 now available through Town, County, and State funding programs
Install a new low-nitrogen septic system at little to no cost*
Nitrogen pollution is the greatest threat...
Read Soil Test Report Here