Promises Kept, We Have:
- Opened Trustee meetings to the public by moving them to Town Hall and televising them live
- Established an Accabonac Harbor mosquito larvae monitoring program
- Enlarged Georgica Pond’s water quality program, in partnership with Friends of Georgica Pond, the Village of East Hampton and The Nature Conservancy
- Expanded Sag Harbor’s water quality monitoring program, in partnership with Southampton Trustees and Sag Harbor Village
- Proactively pursued a long-term water quality improvement program for Wainscott Pond
- Held numerous public meetings on the Deep Water Wind Project, and are fully engaged in the Federal and State review process
- Promoted public beach access
- Created a horseshoe crab breeding study
- Increased the very popular oyster gardening program
- Spearheaded the Town’s ban of helium balloon release
- Educated students about Trustees’ responsibilities by visiting local schools
And we promise to continue to be actively engaged, searching for answers to the challenges of today and those of tomorrow.
Susan has spent most of her life on the East End, where she raised her son, Walker. She now lives in the Northwest Woods with her husband Paul.
For almost 40 years, Susan has familiarized herself with the natural beauty and environmental uniqueness that makes East Hampton so desirable for year-round residents as well as our second homeowners.
She looks forward to serving another term as Trustee so that she can continue to protect our wetlands, waterways and trails.
As a first term Trustee, Susan has been busy!
- Serving on East Hampton Trustee Committees for Education, Aquaculture, Internet, Beaches, Northwest Creek and Accabonac Harbor/Hog Creek
- Acting as Trustee liaison to the Accabonac Harbor Protection Committee and the East Hampton Energy Sustainability & Resiliency Committee
- Proposing legislation to ban the intentional release of balloons and single use plastic
- Championing a reduction in mosquito spraying by Suffolk County
- Participating in Cornell’s Horseshoe Crab Monitoring Program
- Working with East Hampton’s Shellfish Hatchery to spread seedlings in Three Mile Harbor
- Visiting public schools to inform the students about the historic role of Trustees and balloon pollution
Susan McGraw Keber is endorsed by the Democratic Party