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Trustee’s 32nd Largest Clam Contest!

Join the East Hampton Town Trustees for their annual clam contest and more! Date: Sunday, October 9th Location: The East Hampton Town Trustees office- at the corner of Bluff Road and Atlantic Avenue in Amagansett. Time: Noon to 3pm! You won’t want to miss the clam chowder contest withRead More
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September 26, 2022

I. Roll Call II. Public Comment III. New Business New Kayak rack at Mile HillTim Treadwell, Senior Officer Marine Patrol, to address board regarding new legislation on fueling from town docks and updates on Poaching.Richard Whalen, Esq, on behalf of 6 property owners, regarding a request to Crooked Highway IV. Old Business BobRead More
Friends of Georgica Pond Foundation and Eastern LI Chapter of Long Island Chapter co-sponsor a beach clean up at Georgica Pond beach

East Hampton Town Trustees Join Surfrider & Friends of Georgica Pond Foundation for a Beach Clean-Up!

This past weekend all were invited to participate in a beach clean-up co-sponsored by the Friends of Georgica Pond Foundation (FOGP) and Surfrider Foundation Long Island Chapter at Georgica Beach. Joining the effort were East Hampton Town Trustee David Cataletto, his toddler son, and Trustee Deputy Clerk Jim GrimesRead More
Florence Fabricant, NYT Food and Wine Critic

“Look Who’s Coming to Chowder”!

On Sunday, October 9th from 12 Noon to 3PM, the East Hampton Town Trustees will hold our 32nd Annual “Largest Clam & Chowder Contest” – This year we are excited and pleased to welcome Florence Fabricant as a judge for the clam chowder contest. Ms. Fabricant is the NewRead More
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Trustee Projects for Accabonac & Napeague Harbors Seek Funding

Dr. Joyce Novak, the Executive Director of The Peconic Estuary Partnership (PEP) , attended the Trustee’s meeting of September 12th to discuss the proposed projects submitted last month for PEP’s review. They include Accabonac Harbor salt marsh and wetlands improvement, restoration and rehabilitation and Napeague Harbor to restore eelgrassRead More

Shellfish Harvesters in the Town of East Hampton 

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Shellfisheries Section (Department) has determined that water quality in portions of Montauk Lake, Three Mile Harbor, Hog Creek, Napeague Bay, and Accabonac Harbor adjacent to the Town of East Hampton has changed, requiring reclassification to protect public health. The Department has also determined that it was necessary to make technical changes to improve enforcement and readability of the regulations in portions of Montauk Harbor, Three Mile Harbor, Hog Creek, Fresh Pond, Napeague Bay, Northwest Harbor, Northwest Creek, Accabonac Harbor and Georgica Pond. 

On June 27, 2022, DEC filed a Notice of Emergency Adoption and Proposed Rulemaking to amend Title 6 of the New York Code of Rules and Regulations, Part 41.3, “Sanitary Condition of Shellfish Land,” in Suffolk County. The new regulations are EFFECTIVE immediately (as of June 27, 2022).   

Trustee Resolution 2022 – 28: To Appoint Counsel and Authorize Legal Proceedings

During the regular meeting of the Board on February 14, 2022, the Board of Trustees unanimously passed and approved a resolution to appoint Daniel A. Spitzer, Esq. and the law firm of Hodgson Russ LLP to represent the Trustees and the residents of the Town who wish to use the Trustees’ Fishing Reservation for commercial or recreational fishing, as the Trustees are currently a named defendant in the civil proceeding The Seaview at Amagansett, Ltd. et al/ v. Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the Town of East Hampton et al. (Index No. 034714/20009). This resolution authorizes the intervention in the Town lawsuit and any necessary new proceeding, including action on behalf of individual residents or any class of residents and to authorize the entry into any joint defense or similar agreements.

Trustees Support Beach Access

The Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the Town of East Hampton stand in full support of a condemnation of the 4,000 ft. stretch of beach known as “Seaview”” that was recently awarded ownership to adjacent homeowner’s associations in February of 2021 by a ruling of the New York State Supreme Court. The more recent decision of September 14th by the New York State Court of Appeals, denied a hearing of both the Town and the Trustees motions to appeal.

East Hampton Trustees, 2022.

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