East Hampton Village Official Says Advertising Buy Was Political, Taxpayers Should Be Reimbursed $11k By Mayor - 27 East

East Hampton Village Official Says Advertising Buy Was Political, Taxpayers Should Be Reimbursed $11k By Mayor

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East Hampton Village Mayor Jerry Larsen.   DANA SHAW

East Hampton Village Mayor Jerry Larsen. DANA SHAW

authorMichael Wright on Jun 15, 2022
East Hampton Village Trustee Arthur Graham has said that an $11,000 advertisement purchased with village funds by Mayor Jerry Larsen was a political ploy, and that the mayor should pay... more

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