East Hampton Village To Cut Taxes Again, Despite $2 Million in New Spending - 27 East

East Hampton Village To Cut Taxes Again, Despite $2 Million in New Spending

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East Hampton Village Administrator Marcos Baladron. FILE PHOTO

East Hampton Village Administrator Marcos Baladron. FILE PHOTO

authorMichael Wright on May 24, 2023
East Hampton Village officials said that they will be able to cut taxes ever so slightly for the second year in a row despite a more than $2 million increase... more

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