East Hampton Library budget passes by a wide margin - 27 East

East Hampton Library budget passes by a wide margin

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author on Apr 20, 2010
The East Hampton Library’s 2011 budget passed by a three-to-one margin on Saturday, April 17. The library’s $1.79 million 2011 budget reflects a 2.2-percent spending increase and a 6-percent tax... more

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