Affordable Housing Lottery Held For Speonk Commons, Sandy Hollow Cove - 27 East

Affordable Housing Lottery Held For Speonk Commons, Sandy Hollow Cove

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Jacqueline Carton on Monday at the Southampton Post Office emptying the PO box where affordable housing applications were delivered.

Jacqueline Carton on Monday at the Southampton Post Office emptying the PO box where affordable housing applications were delivered.

Sandra Renauro, Jacqueline Carton and Sandra Renauro use packing tape to seal shut the box of applications before transporting it to Town Hall, where it would be unsealed at noon to start the raffle.

Sandra Renauro, Jacqueline Carton and Sandra Renauro use packing tape to seal shut the box of applications before transporting it to Town Hall, where it would be unsealed at noon to start the raffle.

Southampton Town Director of Housing & Community Development Diana Weir reads the names of affordable housing applicants, picked at random by Bonnie Cannon, the chair of the Southampton Housing Authority.

Southampton Town Director of Housing & Community Development Diana Weir reads the names of affordable housing applicants, picked at random by Bonnie Cannon, the chair of the Southampton Housing Authority.

Southampton Housing Authority Director Curtis Highsmith Jr. draws an application from the bin as Diana Weir reads the name of an applicant.

Southampton Housing Authority Director Curtis Highsmith Jr. draws an application from the bin as Diana Weir reads the name of an applicant.

David Gallo of Georgica Green Ventures and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman speak before the affording housing lottery drawing begins.

David Gallo of Georgica Green Ventures and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman speak before the affording housing lottery drawing begins.

Jacqueline Carton on Monday at the Southampton Post Office collects the applications that had overflowed the PO box.

Jacqueline Carton on Monday at the Southampton Post Office collects the applications that had overflowed the PO box.

Income limits for Speonk Commons and Sandy Hollow.

Income limits for Speonk Commons and Sandy Hollow.

authorStaff Writer on Jul 29, 2019
The long-awaited affordable housing lottery for 65 rental units in the Town of Southampton was held Monday at Town Hall, with 268 applications drawn, and each assigned a number. The... more

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