eNewsletter Novemebr2016, Issue 3
GOOD GROUND PARK OPENS FOR COMMUNITY DAY

GOOD GROUND PARK OPENS
FOR COMMUNITY DAY

It was a picture perfect day in the Park as Good Ground Park in Hampton Bays was introduced to the public for the first time on October 15th! About two thousand people turned out for the day long Community Day Celebration.  

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PREVENT BULLYING PROGRAM SUCCESSFUL

BULLYING PREVENTION FORUMS A SUCCESS

For the fifth consecutive year, in order to bring attention and awareness to those impacted by bullying, and to enhance action already taken by school districts, Southampton Town Councilwoman Christine Scalera and the Town’s Youth Bureau partnered with the National Bullying Prevention Center in recognizing the month of October as “Bullying Prevention and Awareness Month”

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PONQUOGUE BEACH PAVILION

PONQUOGUE BEACH PAVILION
MAY SOON GET A MAKEOVER

We had a very good response to our survey to help decide what improvements might be desired at the Ponquogue Beach facility. And, overwhelmingly the respondents said they wanted to maintain the basic structure but upgrade the facility.

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INPUT IN FUTURE DESIGNS FOR HAMPTON BAYS BUSINESS DISTRICT

TOWN SEEKS COMMUNITY INPUT IN FUTURE DESIGNS FOR HAMPTON BAYS BUSINESS DISTRICT

Hampton Bays residents are invited to a public meeting to help plan the future look of the downtown business district. The meeting is on the design charrette to develop a form based code for the Hampton Bays downtown district. This is an opportunity for residents to discuss design ideas with the consultant to develop what is known as a “look book” for the community.

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ZOMBIE GRANT

ZOMBIE GRANT

The Town of Southampton was awarded a $175,000.00 grant to help remedy vacant and abandoned properties that are commonly referred to as “Zombie” homes. The grant comes from the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) through the New York State Housing Stabilization Fund.

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SAFE MEDICATION DISPOSAL

SAFE MEDICATION DISPOSAL

Have you ever wondered what to do about those expired medications or pills you no longer take? You shouldn’t flush them down the toilet or throw them in the garbage! They can be harmful to the environment! There is a safer way to dispose of those unused medications.


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DOZENS ATTEND FIRST REGULAR TOWN BOARD MEETING OUTSIDE TOWN HALL

DOZENS ATTEND FIRST REGULAR TOWN BOARD MEETING OUTSIDE TOWN HALL

The Town Board held its first regular Town Board meeting outside of Town Hall October 25th at the Hampton Bays Community Center. The Town Board has held work sessions and special meetings outside of Town Hall before but this is the first regular Town Board meeting held elsewhere. It was made possible by having Cablevision install a live feed hook-up for SEA TV to broadcast the meetings.

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LITTER TRUCK MAKES ITS DEBUT

LITTER TRUCK MAKES ITS DEBUT

Southampton Town has rolled out its new Litter Truck! The sweeper is a Tenant 4300 ATLV self-propelled all terrain vacuum. The compact vehicle functions well on grassed areas, fence lines, pedestrian areas, athletic fields as well as basketball and tennis courts.

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PARKING AMNESTY PROGRAM
WAS SUCCESSFUL

Parking ticket violators took advantage of the Town of Southampton’s recent ticket amnesty program. More than $50,000.00 was collected this summer, some from old parking tickets dating back to 2012. There were more than 2300 outstanding tickets from January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2015.

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