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Southampton Trustees Have New Members and a New Home

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In the Hampton Bays new office are, Charlotte Dickinson, Shakira Fothergill, Trustees Scott Horowitz, Joseph McLoughlin and Ed Warner Jr., Jessica Feldman and Lisa Koehne.  DANA SHAW

In the Hampton Bays new office are, Charlotte Dickinson, Shakira Fothergill, Trustees Scott Horowitz, Joseph McLoughlin and Ed Warner Jr., Jessica Feldman and Lisa Koehne. DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Trustees Scott Horowitz and Ed Warner Jr. at the new office in Hampton Bays.  DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Trustees Scott Horowitz and Ed Warner Jr. at the new office in Hampton Bays. DANA SHAW

The new Southampton Town Trustees office at 240 West, Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays.  DANA SHAW

The new Southampton Town Trustees office at 240 West, Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays. DANA SHAW

Tom Gogola on Jan 10, 2024
The oldest elected body in the United States has three new members and a new home as of the new year. The Southampton Town Trustees moved into their new offices... more

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