I am beyond grateful to the folks that came out and voted in the Democratic primary held on June 22. It is especially rewarding to see that our voters support the work that is being done and the progress that is being made.
Our team remains focused on the important issues at hand and rolling up our sleeves to get the job done. Just this month we moved forward with implementing water quality improvement projects in Springs and the Villages of East Hampton and Sag Harbor, bringing back the popular Hampton Hopper in Montauk, preserving iconic farmland in Amagansett, leading a thoughtful, deliberate process re-envisioning the airport in Wainscott, striving to improve cellular connectivity throughout the town, saving our beaches and beach access, and soliciting proposals from architectural firms to design a new, larger senior center on seven beautiful acres on Abraham’s Path.
Let us continue to move our town forward ever mindful of our core values: hard work, family, compassion for one another, and respect for our natural environment.
East Hampton Town councilwoman
a letter to the editor of the East Hampton Star