East Hampton Budget Stays Below Tax Cap, But Supervisor Warns That May Not Be Sustainable - 27 East

East Hampton Budget Stays Below Tax Cap, But Supervisor Warns That May Not Be Sustainable

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Peter Van Scoyoc

Peter Van Scoyoc

authorMichael Wright on Oct 6, 2021
East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc unveiled his proposed budget for 2022, a spending plan that suggests $2.64 million in new spending, a 3.2-percent increase, to $85.32 million. The... more

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