ENewsletter 2018-1

SWEARING-IN AT TOWN HALL

Bagpipers led the procession into the Town Board Room for swearing-in ceremonies on January 3, 2018.
Local elected officials sworn into office included, Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman, Councilwoman Julie Lofstad, newcomer Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni, Town Clerk Sundy Schermeyer, Highway Superintendent Alex Gregor, Town Justice Deborah Kooperstein, Town Justice Barbara Wilson, Town Trustees Edward J. Warner, Jr., Scott Horowitz, Bruce Stafford, William Pell IV and the first female Trustee, Ann Welker. 
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SWEARING-IN AT TOWN HALL

NEW AFFORDABLE HOMES COMING TO TUCKAHOE 

Southampton Town is busy trying to build more workforce housing. The homes are being built by the Southampton Business Alliance Housing Initiative Corporation and will be part of a lottery conducted by the Town’s Housing and Community Development Department in coordination with the Long Island Housing Partnership.
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Housing details can be found on the Town’s website


NEW AFFORDABLE HOMES

BREAKING NEW GROUND IN SPEONK AND TUCKAHOE

After years of planning and community engagement, construction is now underway for “Speonk Commons.” Speonk will soon be home to 38 new affordable workforce housing rental units.  
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CPF IA/OWTS

NEW PONQUOGUE PAVILION RENOVATION GETS THE GREEN LIGHT

The $1.7 million dollar makeover of the Ponquogue Beach Pavillion is expected to begin after the 2018 summer season and could be ready by the summer of 2019.
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Community Projects - Ponquogue Beach Pavilion Redevelopment


TASTE + TOUR MAKES A SPLASH AT THE TIANA BAYSIDE FACILITY

OPIOID ADDICTION TASK FORCE MOVES QUICKLY

The Task Force is working at a fevered pitch to come up with solutions to address the Opioid Crisis. More than three dozen people joined the Southampton Town Opioid Addiction Task Force to try to reverse the significant increase in overdoses and deaths caused by opioid drugs.
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Southampton Opioid Addiction Task Force 

OPIOID ADDICTION TASK FORCE MOVES QUICKLY

A BRIDGE TO SAFE DIVING

The Old Ponquogue Bridge is getting a face-lift. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held to launch the reconstruction and safety improvements to the Old Ponquogue Bridge, which is considered to be one of the best diving areas on Long Island.
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Community Projects - Old Ponquogue Bridge

Parks and Recreation Department


A BRIDGE TO SAFE DIVING

PUBLIC WILL BE ASKED TO WEIGH IN ON DESIGNS FOR MARITIME PARK

A survey will soon go out to Southampton Town residents to help design an area along the Shinnecock Canal known as “Maritime Park.”  It’s an area adjacent to the Parks & Recreation Department on Newtown Road the west side of the Canal in Hampton Bays. Click here to read more

Community Projects - Maritime Park
Parks and Recreation Department


MARITIME PARK

NEW INDOOR POOL PROPOSAL RE-SURFACES BEFORE THE TOWN BOARD

The Southampton Town Aquatics and Recreation Inc., (STAR), a not-for-profit 501c3 first floated the idea of an aquatic center in the 1980’s and now this local group has moved one step closer to getting the green light for an indoor aquatic center at Red Creek Park. Click here to read more

Parks and Recreation Department


NEW INDOOR POOL PROPOSAL
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