At First Public Hearing On Monday, Petition To Incorporate East Quogue Comes Under Fire - 27 East

At First Public Hearing On Monday, Petition To Incorporate East Quogue Comes Under Fire

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Southampton Town Clerk Sundy Schermeyer collected the written testimoney submitted in regard to the petition to incorporate East Quogue at the public meeting on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

Southampton Town Clerk Sundy Schermeyer collected the written testimoney submitted in regard to the petition to incorporate East Quogue at the public meeting on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

William Kearns submitted testimony in opposition to the petition on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

William Kearns submitted testimony in opposition to the petition on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

East Quogue resident, Bruce Tria, spoke in favor of the petition to incorporate East Quogue at the public hearing on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

East Quogue resident, Bruce Tria, spoke in favor of the petition to incorporate East Quogue at the public hearing on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

Karen Kooi, co-chair of the East Quogue Village Exploratory Committee, spoke at the public hearing on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

Karen Kooi, co-chair of the East Quogue Village Exploratory Committee, spoke at the public hearing on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

Karen Kooi, co-chair of the East Quogue Village Exploratory Committee, spoke at the public hearing on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

Karen Kooi, co-chair of the East Quogue Village Exploratory Committee, spoke at the public hearing on Monday. VALEIRE GORDON

Elizabeth Jackson submitted written testimony to Southampton Town Clerk Sundy Schermeyer in opposition to the petition. VALEIRE GORDON

Elizabeth Jackson submitted written testimony to Southampton Town Clerk Sundy Schermeyer in opposition to the petition. VALEIRE GORDON

East Quogue resident, Steven Brash, said that his name appeared on the petition and he did not sign it. VALEIRE GORDON

East Quogue resident, Steven Brash, said that his name appeared on the petition and he did not sign it. VALEIRE GORDON

Peter Bee, the attorney representing the East Quogue Village Explorat

Peter Bee, the attorney representing the East Quogue Village Explorat

author on May 14, 2019
Several dozen East Quogue residents made their way to the hamlet’s elementary school on Monday evening to argue either in favor of or against a petition to incorporate East Quogue... more

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