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    South Fork Commuter Connection Rail-Shuttle Service Provides Car-Free Transport

    A coordinated LIRR rail and EH Town shuttle bus service gives East Hampton workers a car-free option during peak commuting hours. Hampton Hopper buses provide rides from train stations to workplaces. New schedule on p.m. Springs-EH route starts May 1. Read on...
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    Purchasing Department: Smart Shopping and Oversight Yields Savings

    The East Hampton Town Purchasing Department works on several fronts to save taxpayers money: getting the best deal for goods and services, selling surplus items, and auditing bills to yield savings. Jeanne Carroza, the department head, tells all. Additional Info...
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    Human Services Department Report: Helping EH Citizens

    An overview of the Town's Human Services Department presented by Diane Patrizio, the department head, highlighted its mission of "improving and enhancing the quality of life for those we serve" -- including children, adults, and families. Additional Info...
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    Comments on Montauk Substation Can Be Submitted to PSEG-LI Through May 2

    After an April 2 community forum in Montauk on the location of a new Montauk substation PSEG-LI will accept online comments through May 2; Supervisor Van Scoyoc Urged Utility to Consult Community, Review Sites Click here for full press release
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    Drug Take Back Day

    Please click on the link below to learn about individual drug take back collections dates and year round disposal locations. Additional Info...
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    Town of East Hampton Extends Wellness 60+ Free Classes

    Free exercise program for seniors aged 60 and up at Ashawagh Hall in Springs, with classes in Qi Gong and Core Strength, extended through mid-June, by popular demand Additional Info...
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    Funding Available for Eco-Friendly Septic Systems

    Help protect our drinking water, surface waters, harbors, and bays. Grants and rebates totaling up to $46,000 are available to East Hampton residents and business owners for the installation of low-nitrogen septic systems. Read on...
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