The Real Deal - 27 East


Southampton Press / Opinion / Letters / 1702006

The Real Deal

How lucky is the Village of Southampton to have a smart, passionate, determined village trustee like Kimberly Allan?

With an impressive resume and a career in financial services in New York City, she turned her attention back home to her favorite village and has made it her full-time job. She is committed to the projects she starts and committed to the people of the Village of Southampton.

Have you noticed? Each week, practically, her face beams back at you from the pages of The Southampton Press working on yet another project. Projects that matter to all residents, such as sewer systems to better the village and bring in additional, much needed healthy businesses and restaurants.

She is environmentally concerned and got legislation written to ban helium balloon releases, adopted the toxic Styrofoam and plastic straw ban, supported projects to restore Lake Agawam at the mouth of the village, which we all visit and love,whether you are a resident or just a visitor.

Kimberly was able to bring quiet to the village with the first summer leaf blower restriction on Long Island! She is concerned about the stimulation of business in the village and worked tirelessly on the Revitalization Committee, which she launched.

All in three years!

Have you met her? She is intensely brilliant, warm and engaging. She has character, integrity and something we all need: a grand passion for the important projects that need attention and time. And I am proud to call her a friend.

Committed to our village — remember her name, because Kimberly Allan is running to keep her seat as a village trustee! She is the real deal, a rock star!

Vote for the Community Party! Kimberly Allan for village trustee.

France Posener

Southampton Village


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