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Meeting: July 9, 2019

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


  • The Liz Dwyer – Director of Senior Services

  • Nancy Lynott – Director of Southampton’s Youth Bureau

    Join us to find out the services offered for the Seniors and Youths in the Town of Southampton.

    Some senior services that will be discussed: Support groups; Senior transportation; Adult Day Care; Caregiver Support Groups; Chair Yoga; Stretch and Tone; Book Discussion Groups; Residential Repair Program; Application Assistance for Medicaid Programs; Senior trips (Mini Golf, Broadway shows, Twilight Evening Dinners, Foxwoods, Mets Baseball Game, etc.); Senior Centers and Home Delivered Meals; etc.

    The Youth Bureau offers Teen and Parent Resources, Anti-Bullying Resources and much more. The Youth Bureau provides positive youth development and early intervention services so young people can achieve their potential. Here are a few activities available for our young people:

    Recreation after school and in the summer; drama, music and sports; Develop job and general life skills, Earn Community Service, Participate in trips, programs , clubs, and local activities (i.e. STEM Camp, Karate, Pool Nights, Chess Club, Splish Splash Water Park Trip); Access to low-cost transportation; Prevention through the Youth Court and Employment Program; and many more opportunities to build positive self-esteem. (Please Note — This is not SYS, which is a private non-profit organization which operates the Southampton Town Rec Center on Majors Path.)

    We hope you can attend this informative meeting!

Items of Interest:

  • Good news! On June 26, 2019, Judge Robert Mayberger, Appellate Division, issued a TRO (Temporary Restraining Order) against the Sand Land Mine. This prevents mining deeper until the Supreme Court Judge issues a decision on our preliminary injunction. The NCC was a litigator in the lawsuit that got the TRO. The NCC gets results. We are also suing the DEC for flip flopping and issuing a permit to this known polluter.

  • Thank you to all who wrote letters, made phone calls and spoke at meetings demanding that the health of our water supply beneath the Sand Land Mine is a top priority.

  • Thank you to all who paid their 2019 Member Dues. Our annual newsletter will soon be mailed to every address in Noyac. Please look out for it. Ask your neighbors if they are a member. Active members help keep the NCC strong and vibrant. If you haven’t paid or know someone who would like to become a member, you may pay online at

  • No Meeting in August. Next Meeting: September 10.

Earlier Event: June 11
Meeting: June 11, 2019