East Hampton Budget Would Hike Spending by $4.8 Million, 5.6 Percent, But Stay Within Tax Cap - 27 East

East Hampton Budget Would Hike Spending by $4.8 Million, 5.6 Percent, But Stay Within Tax Cap

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The East Hampton Town Board.

The East Hampton Town Board.

Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc, center, and the East Hampton Town Board have proposed a large spending hike that pours money into raises for town employees facing inflation and soaring costs of living.

Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc, center, and the East Hampton Town Board have proposed a large spending hike that pours money into raises for town employees facing inflation and soaring costs of living.

authorMichael Wright on Oct 5, 2022
The East Hampton Town Board will give all of the town’s union employees $3,000 baseline raises in 2023 and will give many others merit-based hikes as the board continues to... more

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