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East Hampton Economic Development Commission meets Feb. 19

February 16, 2013 Business, Local News No Comments

UPCOMING EVENTS sticky note graphicThe Regular Meeting of the East Hampton Economic Development Commission is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19 in the Town Hall meeting room.

The EDC agenda includes:

Town Manager Comments

Public Comments

Presentations

EDC Liaison Reports (Summary Discussion of Other Boards & Commissions Activities)

Discussion of Tax Deferral Program

Election of Officers

Trash Cans in Village Center

Discussion of Airline Trail

Electric Charging Station in Village Center

CT Main Street

CERC Site Finder Resource

The mission of the East Hampton EDC is to successfully attract new business, retain established businesses, and improve the quality of life to East Hampton residents, visitors, and tourists.

Posted February 16, 2013

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