Under Larry’s leadership, civil discourse, respect for citizens and government transparency have returned to Town Hall. “The finances of the town are back on sound footing: there is a surplus in the budget, debt has been reduced and our credit rating has been upgraded saving millions of dollars in taxes.”
Kathee has been a leader on the Town Board since taking office four years ago, working tirelessly protecting water quality, preserving open space, fighting to secure local control of the Airport, improving mental health services for our youth, and designing a new Senior Citizen Center. Prior to her service on the Town Board, Kathee served for nine years on the Springs School Board, the last two as president, delivering a quality education to Springs students while protecting the taxpayer’s pocketbook.
I want to do what I can to ensure that future generations will continue to enjoy the beauty and bounty of our surroundings and experience the care and support that our small town community offers. As a business owner, I understand the need to support local business while balancing the needs of the community and environment.
There are very few members of our community with a deeper understanding of planning and land-use issues. Before being elected to the Town Board, Sylvia had long been a member of the Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee and served for six years as its chair. She chaired the Hamlets and Villages sub-committee for the East Hampton Comprehensive Plan. She then served a seven-year term on the East Hampton Planning Board, four years as its chair.