cut total debt by $10 million • new nightclubs restricted • new chain stores restricted • banned singleuse plastic bags • affordable apartments in Limited Business zones • 2015 and 2016 budgets below state tax cap • debt refinancing saves $1 million • $10 million in federal funds to restore Napeague • $200,000 federal grant for Lake Montauk, Accabonac, and Three Mile Harbor water quality improvements • youth
recreation and after-school programs • first-ever Airport noise restrictions • restored Duck Creek • code enforcement up 30% • restored civil discourse to Town Board • seniors provided 18,500 rides year • no parking on Edgemere Street • closed ScavWaste Plant saving $800,000 • plan for EH to use 100% renewable energy • new code enforcement personnel, training, and technology • saved and restored Fort Pond House • first Wastewater Management Plan • beach fire safety • increased garbage and litter pickup • $250,000 federal grant for coastal resiliency and mitigation plan • $1.6 million surplus in 2014 • Town Board control of airport affirmed by federal court • acquired over 150 properties and hundreds of acres of open space and environmentally sensitive land with CPF funds • Senior Nutrition serves over 17,000 lunches this year • affordable condo plan for first time buyers • restricted alcohol at Indian Wells beach • $1 million cost savings plan to NYS Comptroller • getting control of Montauk club scene • EH Housing Authority buys land for new mixed housing • 50 Springs properties charged with housing violations • online code complaints • first Agriculture and Business citizens’ advisory committees • saved Town docks. . .
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3.
We ask for your vote to continue this important work.