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Town Emergency Communication System

A countywide Emergency Communication network known as the 800 system was begun in East Hampton when Cathy Lester was supervisor. It allows all public safety workers, primarily fire and police to communicate directly with each other. The system has been steadily improved; the last of five communication towers now in place eliminated any dead spots. Asked his opinion of the system East Hampton Chief of Police Todd Sarris said with conviction, “Excellent!”

 

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Protection of the Atlantic Double Dunes

 

The Town Comprehensive Plan:
Why It Is Important

 

Jonathan Barnes - Selah Lester House Saved

 

Accabonac Harbor Meadow

 

Town Comprehensive Plan

 

Open Space Purchases Are the Best Investment

 

The Community Preservation Fund

 

Guarding Our Bays

 

The Importance of Our Sole Source Aquifer

 

Meet Marguerite Wolffsohn - Town Planning Director

 

Affordable Housing

 

Town Code Enforcement Department

 

Town and Village Working Together

 

Town Emergency Communication System

 

Historic Districts

 

Historic Houses Become New Town Hall

 

Amagansett Life Saving Station Returns Home

 

Montauk Playhouse

 

Meet Scott Wilson - Director of Land Acquisition