Southampton Village Wants To Invest $2.5 Million On Park Improvements - 27 East

Southampton Village Wants To Invest $2.5 Million On Park Improvements

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Members of the American Legion Hand-Aldrich Post 924 present a $2,000 check to the Hampton Bays Board of Education at Tuesday night's meeting, to replace a flag pole in front of the elementary school that was blown down in a snow storm in February. Pictured left to right, Hampton Bays Board of Education President Rich Joslin, Richard Steiber and William Hughes. GREG WEHNER

Members of the American Legion Hand-Aldrich Post 924 present a $2,000 check to the Hampton Bays Board of Education at Tuesday night's meeting, to replace a flag pole in front of the elementary school that was blown down in a snow storm in February. Pictured left to right, Hampton Bays Board of Education President Rich Joslin, Richard Steiber and William Hughes. GREG WEHNER

author on Jan 16, 2018
Southampton Village officials are seeking input from the public before bonding nearly $2.5 million combined on proposed upgrades at Agawam Park and the construction of a new recreational facility on... more

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