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Press Sessions: Revitalizing East Hampton Village Involves Music, Sewers, Events, Panelists Say

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Panelist Robert Rattenni responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday, November 21.     MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Robert Rattenni responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday, November 21. MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Robert Rattenni responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday, November 21.  MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Robert Rattenni responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday, November 21. MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Steve Haweeli responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton.    MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Steve Haweeli responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton. MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Joe Realmuto responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton.  MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Joe Realmuto responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton. MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Jerry Larsen responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton.  MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Jerry Larsen responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton. MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Jenny Lilja responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday.   MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Jenny Lilja responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday. MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Jenny Lilja responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday. MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Jenny Lilja responds to a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday. MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Rick Lawler.  MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Rick Lawler. MICHAEL HELLER

The venue was sold out during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday. MICHAEL HELLER

The venue was sold out during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Thursday. MICHAEL HELLER

Nancy Atlas addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event.  MICHAEL HELLER

Nancy Atlas addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event. MICHAEL HELLER

Nancy Atlas addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event.    MICHAEL HELLER

Nancy Atlas addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event. MICHAEL HELLER

Hal Zwick addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton.  MICHAEL HELLER

Hal Zwick addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event held at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton. MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Philip O'Connell answers a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village.       MICHAEL HELLER

Panelist Philip O'Connell answers a question during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village. MICHAEL HELLER

Andy Goldstein addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event.  MICHAEL HELLER

Andy Goldstein addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event. MICHAEL HELLER

Greg Mansley addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event.  MICHAEL HELLER

Greg Mansley addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event. MICHAEL HELLER

Jennifer Wilson addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event.  MICHAEL HELLER

Jennifer Wilson addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event. MICHAEL HELLER

Randy Johnston addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event.    MICHAEL HELLER

Randy Johnston addresses the panel during the Press Sessions: Bringing Life Back To East Hampton Village event. MICHAEL HELLER

authorElizabeth Vespe on Nov 22, 2019
What would it take to bring life back to East Hampton Village? That was the question at hand at a Press Sessions conversation held at Rowdy Hall on Thursday, November... more

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