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UPDATED at 6:00pm JANUARY 28, 2015

All Town Hall Employees Should Report To Work Tomorrow (January 29, 2015)
For Regular Scheduled Work Hours

As of 10 am, Wednesday, January 28 the official travel ban will be lifted in the Town of East Hampton, but the Town is still in a State of Emergency.

The Town Highway Superintendent, Steve Lynch, reports that all Town maintained roads are open and crews will work a 24hr shift until roads are cleared.

Due to roadway conditions and highway crews working, we strongly encourage residents to stay off the roadways. Roadway conditions are still treacherous, and travel is dangerous. If you feel you must go out, there is no parking along roadways, you must not park in a lane of travel and use extreme caution behind the wheel. Leave distance between vehicles, take turns slowly and yield to plows and emergency vehicles. The State of Emergency is still in effect and all Urban Renewal roads are being plowed by sub-contractors and will be open as soon as possible.

The Town and Village Emergency Operations Center will remain open until 3pm today, and storm related questions for the Town should be directed to 907-9743. After 3pm today, all calls should be directed to Police Headquarters at 537-7575 or the Town Highway Department at 324-0925.

Town Government will reopen for regular business hours tomorrow, Thursday, January 29.

Welcome to the Town of East Hampton's web site.

The site was developed to help improve communication with town residents and visitors and to invite citizen participation in town government.

It is my mission as supervisor and the mission of the town's boards, elected officials, department heads and personnel to govern the town openly, honestly, and with complete respect for the full involvement of town residents.

We invite you to take advantage of this website, town departments, and Town Board meetings to become more involved in helping to determine the future of the town.

We have a great and historic town history to uphold and many challenges to meet. All of us in town government look forward to working with you in preserving East Hampton as a special place to live, work, and visit.

Our very best regards.

Larry Cantwell
Town Supervisor

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