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East Hampton Ambulance Chiefs Ask Court To Dissolve Fractured Volunteer Organization

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Teresa Bertha,  speaking at a hearing this winter on ambulance services in the village, has laid claim to being the president of the EHVAA. Village officials called a vote to elect her by some members of the association

Teresa Bertha, speaking at a hearing this winter on ambulance services in the village, has laid claim to being the president of the EHVAA. Village officials called a vote to elect her by some members of the association "an attempted coup." KYRIL BROMLEY

Mayor Jerry Larsen said this week that the village is technically not behind the lawsuit to dissolve the ambulance association, he and village officials welcome it and support the proposal. KYRIL BROMLEY

Mayor Jerry Larsen said this week that the village is technically not behind the lawsuit to dissolve the ambulance association, he and village officials welcome it and support the proposal. KYRIL BROMLEY

Mary Mott is the chief of the East Hampton Village Volunteer Ambulance, and one of the petitioners asking a court to dissolve the East Hampton Village Ambulance Assocaition. KYRIL BROMLEY

Mary Mott is the chief of the East Hampton Village Volunteer Ambulance, and one of the petitioners asking a court to dissolve the East Hampton Village Ambulance Assocaition. KYRIL BROMLEY

Brad Pinski, an attorney from upstate New York, filed the legal claim on behalf of the ambulance officers. He has led the village's legal strategy to wrest control of the ambulance away from the volunteers and, after that set off a firestorm among its membership, to do away with the East Hampton Village Ambulance Association. KYRIL BROMLEY

Brad Pinski, an attorney from upstate New York, filed the legal claim on behalf of the ambulance officers. He has led the village's legal strategy to wrest control of the ambulance away from the volunteers and, after that set off a firestorm among its membership, to do away with the East Hampton Village Ambulance Association. KYRIL BROMLEY

The East Hampton Village Volunteer Ambulance corps has been embroiled in tumult for more than a year over the village's seizing of control from volunteers and, now, seeking to dissolve the East Hampton Village Ambulance Association, the non-profit organzition led by volunteers that had overseeing the ambulance previously, and to have more than $300,000 in funds transferred to a new group formed recently by the ambulance chiefs. DOUG KUNTZ

The East Hampton Village Volunteer Ambulance corps has been embroiled in tumult for more than a year over the village's seizing of control from volunteers and, now, seeking to dissolve the East Hampton Village Ambulance Association, the non-profit organzition led by volunteers that had overseeing the ambulance previously, and to have more than $300,000 in funds transferred to a new group formed recently by the ambulance chiefs. DOUG KUNTZ

author on Apr 10, 2024
An attorney representing the chiefs of the East Hampton Village Volunteer Ambulance has filed a legal petition asking a state judge to dissolve the East Hampton Village Ambulance Association, the... more

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