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Montauk Parents Ask Town To Step In To Support Daycare Program

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Montauk parents pleaded with the East Hampton Town Board to subsidize or take over the daycare program at the Montauk Playhouse to ensure that daycare services are maintained in the hamlet. DOUG KUNTZ PHOTOS

Montauk parents pleaded with the East Hampton Town Board to subsidize or take over the daycare program at the Montauk Playhouse to ensure that daycare services are maintained in the hamlet. DOUG KUNTZ PHOTOS

Montauk parents pleaded with the East Hampton Town Board to subsidize or take over the daycare program at the Montauk Playhouse to ensure that daycare services are maintained in the hamlet. DOUG KUNTZ PHOTOS

Montauk parents pleaded with the East Hampton Town Board to subsidize or take over the daycare program at the Montauk Playhouse to ensure that daycare services are maintained in the hamlet. DOUG KUNTZ PHOTOS

Montauk parents pleaded with the East Hampton Town Board to subsidize or take over the daycare program at the Montauk Playhouse to ensure that daycare services are maintained in the hamlet. DOUG KUNTZ PHOTOS

Montauk parents pleaded with the East Hampton Town Board to subsidize or take over the daycare program at the Montauk Playhouse to ensure that daycare services are maintained in the hamlet. DOUG KUNTZ PHOTOS

Montauk parents pleaded with the East Hampton Town Board to subsidize or take over the daycare program at the Montauk Playhouse to ensure that daycare services are maintained in the hamlet. DOUG KUNTZ PHOTOS

Montauk parents pleaded with the East Hampton Town Board to subsidize or take over the daycare program at the Montauk Playhouse to ensure that daycare services are maintained in the hamlet. DOUG KUNTZ PHOTOS

Melissa Brennan and her daughter were among the Montauk residents who came to the East Hampton Town Board meeting on February 1 to plead with the town to subsidize or take over the Montauk Childcare Center to ensure stable operations after the current operator announced it would pull out in May. DOUG KUNTZ

Melissa Brennan and her daughter were among the Montauk residents who came to the East Hampton Town Board meeting on February 1 to plead with the town to subsidize or take over the Montauk Childcare Center to ensure stable operations after the current operator announced it would pull out in May. DOUG KUNTZ

David Piacente was among residents who came to the East Hampton Town Board meeting on February 1 to plead with the town to subsidize or take over the Montauk Childcare Center to ensure stable operations after the current operator announced it would pull out in May. DOUG KUNTZ

David Piacente was among residents who came to the East Hampton Town Board meeting on February 1 to plead with the town to subsidize or take over the Montauk Childcare Center to ensure stable operations after the current operator announced it would pull out in May. DOUG KUNTZ

authorMichael Wright on Feb 7, 2024
Parents and business owners from Montauk pleaded with East Hampton Town this week to subsidize, or even take over, the day care program in the hamlet in the wake of... more

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