Just try to imagine East Hampton without its bays, waters, and ocean beaches! Just try to imagine East Hampton without its bays, waters, and ocean beaches!
Just try to imagine East Hampton without its bays, waters, and ocean beaches!
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… which is why we’ve made code enforcement a top priority. … which is why we’ve made code enforcement a top priority.
... which is why we’ve made code enforcement a top priority.
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…which is why we are preserving historical structures in Sag Harbor. …which is why we are preserving historical structures in Sag Harbor.
...which is why we are preserving historical structures in Sag Harbor.
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… which is why we have acted aggressively to get the club scene under control. … which is why we have acted aggressively to get the club scene under control.
... which is why we have acted aggressively to get the club scene under control.
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Here’s just a partial list of what we’ve accomplished … Here’s just a partial list of what we’ve accomplished …
Here’s just a partial list of what we’ve accomplished ...
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A message from Councilwoman Sylvia Overby about airport noise. A message from Councilwoman Sylvia Overby about airport noise.
A message from Councilwoman Sylvia Overby about airport noise.
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…which is why we have acquired over 200 acres of open space, farmland, water access, and wetlands throughout town. …which is why we have acquired over 200 acres of open space, farmland, water access, and wetlands throughout town.
...which is why we have acquired over 200 acres of open space, farmland, water access, and wetlands throughout town.
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…which is why we are working hard to improve social services. …which is why we are working hard to improve social services.
...which is why we are working hard to improve social services.
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2016 News Updates

Dems Get to Work in 2017

  • Wednesday-January 18thMorning meeting for all the volunteers who worked on the 2016 campaign to discuss their vision of the East Hampton Democratic Party’s future role
  • Saturday-January 28th-A four hour meeting starting at 6:45 devoted to strategic planning and goal setting for the next two years for committee members.
  • Wednesday-February 1st-Regular monthly meeting—Nominations for leadership positions including the new position of corresponding secretary.
  • Wednesday-February 22nd-Election of leadership positions.

All meetings to be held at St. Michaels on Route 27 in Amagansett

Democrat of the Year Awards

fullsizeoutput_37d0At the heavily attended annual East Hampton Democratic Committee Christmas party at Nick and Toni’s, Chairman Jeanne Frankl presented the Democrat of the Year Awards proclamations to Cate Rogers and Afton Disunno. These two women ran the Democratic headquarters during the campaign leading phone banking sessions and arranging for the covering of all election districts of East Hampton by people knocking on doors of the residences of our town. Their daily long attendance at the headquarters and the monitoring of the actions taken by the flow of numerous volunteers, helped East Hampton bring all of its ED’s to a successful result for Hillary Clinton.

Ms. Frankl also gave special recognition to the party’s Vice Chair Betty Mazur for her tireless efforts to register new Democratic voters and efforts on behalf of the Get Out The Vote (GOTV) drive. Supervisor Cantwell congratulated the work done by all to deliver positive results for our candidates. Also in attendance, County Legislator Bridget Fleming applauded the solid passage of renewal of the CPF fund including the 20%, which will be used to benefit our water quality.