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Meeting: March 12, 2019

  • Old Noyac Schoolhouse 3010 Noyack Road Sag Harbor, NY, 11963 United States (map)


  • Christine Scalera, Southampton Town Councilwoman

    more info to come….

Items of Interest:

  • The public outcry against the helicopter noise by North and South Fork residents has gained momentum with our elected officials, but not with the FAA. A Nov. 13 “workshop” type of meeting “failed to comply with the public hearing mandated Rep. Lee Zeldin’s legislative proposal which is now law.” Leg. Bridget Fleming and Assemblyman Thiele want an all water route on both Forks and "reasonable restrictions" on the East Hampton airport. Register your helicopter noise complaint on the Federal Register (See

  • Click to see flyer on Community Choice Aggregation, regarding pooling electric utility accounts to negotiate better energy deals for lower costs to communities. Questions can be sent to Lynn Arthur: 631.871.8877

  • Sand Land Mine update: The DEC is allowing them to continue mining activities (including illegally mining below the 160 foot floor of the mine) and allowing them to bring in uninspected (and potentially contaminated) fill. The DEC refused to issue a stop work order during the appeal…which will take years, all after the DEC admitted that the facility had contaminated the aquifer. The DEC is NOT protecting the health and safety of the public.
    Please call and write to our Governor, Town officials and DEC to seek an immediate injunction and demand that the DEC do its job to protect our water. See below for contacts.


    The Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo 518-474-8390
    Governor of New York State
    NYS State Capitol Building
    Albany, NY 12224

    DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos 518-402-8545
    625 Broadway, 14th Floor
    Albany, NY 12233

    Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman 631-283-6055
    116 Hampton Rd.
    Southampton, NY 11968

Earlier Event: December 15
Children's Christmas Party