East Hampton considers layoffs to plug deficit - 27 East

East Hampton considers layoffs to plug deficit

author on May 12, 2009
East Hampton Town Board members agreed last Tuesday to slash $4 million from this year’s $68.5 million budget, while seriously broaching the topic of laying off employees for the first... more

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