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Budget officer: East Hampton not allowed to have a comptroller

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author on Feb 9, 2010
East Hampton Town, which just lost its first-ever comptroller, Janet Verneuille, to the Sag Harbor School District, may not have had the legal right to have a comptroller on its... more

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