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February 20, 2013 Local News No Comments
The Town Manager and the Town Council plan to host a “Community Conversation for Visioning” – an event where everyone in the community can share their ideas about what they want the East Hampton community to be in the future.

The Town Manager and the Town Council plan to host a “Community Conversation for Visioning” – an event where everyone in the community can share their ideas about what they want the East Hampton community to be in the future.

Together, the Town Manager and the Town Council plan to host a “Community Conversation for Visioning” – an event where everyone in the community can share their ideas about what they want East Hampton to be in the future.

This event will be completely community driven and focused on East Hampton’s citizens’ wants and needs.

“Your involvement is critical to our success,” Town Manager Michael Maniscalco states in a press release issued today (Feb. 20).

A coalition to help with planning and development for this initiative is also being organized.

“We aspire to have a coalition that is a diverse group in age, ethnicity, gender and background,” Maniscalco states. “We hope you will join us. There is space for everyone who wants to be involved.

To learn more and sign up for the coalition, please call Cathy Sirois in the town manager’s office at 860-267-4468.

The first Coalition meeting will be at 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 14, 2013 in the Town Hall meeting room.

Posted February 20, 2013

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