East Hampton Town Trustees

PRFCT EARTH PRJCT Lawn Chemicals Harm Pets

Skip Pesticides on Your Lawn!

In addition to helping your pets avoid these issues including the possibility of cancer, chemicals on your property end up in your well water! Let your lawn be a pollinator for bees – dandelions, clover, moss, and native plantings are all beneficial for birds and pollinators! From PRFCT EARTHRead More
Trustee David Cataletto Oyster Farming at Napeague May 2024

East Hampton Shellfish Hatchery- It’s Oyster Growing Season!

On Sunday, May 5th, new and returning “oyster farmers” who joined The East Hampton Shellfish Hatchery’s program to grow oysters and attend classes to learn about our local shellfish- scallops, clams, and oysters, had their first of the season’s maintenance and set-up. Trustee David Cataletto and former Trustee SusanRead More
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Resolution Adopting the Taking of Soft Clams and Razor Clams in Trustee Waters

The following Resolution was unanimously adopted by the Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the Town of East Hampton. Resolution #2024-32 Adopted on April 22, 2024. Photo: Shutterstock.com Photo: Pangea Shellfish Company RESOLUTIONRead More
East Hampton Town Trustees Est. 1686

Special Meeting: April 29, 2024

April 29, 2024 SPECIAL MEETING minutesDownloadRead More

Hamptons Pride Parade – June 1, 2024

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Tom House – 631-537-6646 – hamptonsprideinc@gmail.com    Third Annual Hamptons Pride Parade, Saturday, June 1, 2024 April 2024 You are cordially invited to make history again in East Hampton Village’s Third Annual Hamptons Pride Parade on Saturday, June 1st. Following the last two years’ inaugural, runaway successes,Read More

Ocean Beaches

The Trustees generally claim ownership of certain ocean beaches WEST of Napeague Lane to Georgica Association and WEST of Georgica Association to East of Town Line Road.

ocean with gentle break

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