Whether you are already a member of the NCC, a resident of Noyac, or just here for information, we are so glad you stopped by!
The NCC has been advocating for quality of life issues in the hamlet of Noyac since its inception in 1954. As time goes by, we strive to create a balance between forward thinking and the core values of preservation and the rights of our residents. We provide community service and support charities. We help represent our citizens at town hall. For updates and goals, please see our Calendar page and like us on Facebook!
April, 2015 update...
The Noyac Civic Council remains vigilant in protecting our quality of life. Many of our members attended and participated in several Noise Abatement hearings held by East Hampton Town. Recently the East Hampton Town Board voted to enforce curfews and restrictions on the noisiest aircraft that fly into the East Hampton Airport. This is a start in getting some relief from aircraft noise this season.
Congressman Lee Zeldin spoke at our April 6 meeting and will work with the FAA to support East Hampton Town in controlling aircraft noise that plagues the South Fork, North Fork and Shelter Island residents.
On April 3, the NYS DEC administration in Albany denied Sand Land Mine's application to expand its facility on Middleline Highway and Millstone Road. This was accomplished in part because of NCC members, other residents in Southampton Town and our local elected officials raised awareness of the potential problems of having a mulching facility above our sole-source aquifer. We are hoping that test wells are installed and monitored to check the ground water and surface water at this facility. Thank you to all NCC members who advocate for our quality of life here on the East End. Our strength is in our 500+ members who pitch in and speak up for Noyac.
Residents who border the Noyac Golf Course and live on Wildwood Road have had some issues with the Golf Course's desire to expand a maintenance facility. The NCC is actively working with Town officials to resolve this issue.
Ask your neighbors to join our vibrant organization. We always have room for more members who cherish our beautiful hamlet.
Elena Loreto, President Noyac Civic Council
If not already a member, please join the NCC by clicking the link below. NCC members and their dues are appreciated by all and help keep Noyac a place to cherish.
We hope to see you at our next meeting!