Updated: Feb 24

The Hampton Bays Civic Association assembles the leading men and women to show us the way forward.

  • Rick Martel, Southampton Town Councilman from Hampton Bays

  • Janice Scherer, Southampton Town Planning and Development Administrator

  • John Kirrane, Noyac Civic Association member Southampton Advisory Committee for Airport Noise

Subjects for discussion are the downtown overlay district, CPI, The boathouses, Bel-Aire property, CVS, noise from low flying aircraft, and any other Hampton Bays tender subject that arises.


Come by and join us for an evening of EVERYTHING HAMPTON BAYS.


View this email in your browser (https://mailchi.mp/7433f803fa96/celebrate-earth-day-every-day-18893608?e=10e9c57c79) https://amseas.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=dcd4952c2ec06394d343277ba&id=072ea6498c&e=10e9c57c79 AMSEAS is eligible to receive a $5,000 grant for our work in marine debris prevention and awareness! The non-profit organization that receives the most votes will be awarded the grant. Help us get to the top with your votes! We are excited to announce that we have been chosen to participate as one of 35 non-profit organizations around the world in Turtle Island Restoration Network's Marine Debris Prevention & Awareness Grant Contest! This $5,000 grant will support our mission to promote marine conservation through action by working to combat the growing problem of marine debris, a massive concern for ocean conservation and the marine life we work so hard to protect. How does it work? From February 1st through February 19th, you can vote once a day for the non-profit you think deserves the funding. The organization that receives the most votes wins and will be awarded the grant. How can you help AMSEAS? Click on the link below ("Vote Here") to vote for the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society. Remember, you can vote once a day, so refresh that link and cast your votes daily until February 19th! How will AMSEAS utilize funding? Grant funds will be used to host ten beach monitoring and cleanup events, with a focus on searching for cold stunned sea turtles in danger from October through December. Events that take place from January through September will focus on other marine life that walkers might encounter, like stranded seals or whales. Each beach monitoring and cleanup event will cover a minimum of one mile of coastline, totaling a minimum of 10 miles of coastline that will be monitored for stranded animals and cleaned of floatable debris. This program will serve as a backbone for building community beach monitoring efforts and will increase the program’s impact far after the grant expires. Thank you for your support! Conservation Starts With You! VOTE HERE! (https://amseas.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=dcd4952c2ec06394d343277ba&id=df22d840e0&e=10e9c57c79) Spring/Summer 2020 Newsletter (https://amseas.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=dcd4952c2ec06394d343277ba&id=a7685fc635&e=10e9c57c79) https://amseas.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=dcd4952c2ec06394d343277ba&id=82fbc0a223&e=10e9c57c79 https://amseas.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=dcd4952c2ec06394d343277ba&id=d72356b86b&e=10e9c57c79 https://amseas.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=dcd4952c2ec06394d343277ba&id=6c6b911ba0&e=10e9c57c79 www.amseas.org ============================================================ Copyright © 2021 Atlantic Marine Conservation Society, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email because you opted in.

Everything COVID:

Happy New Year to all! We hope this finds you healthier as we face ongoing COVID challenges in 2021. The good news: multiple vaccines have been approved, developed, and distributed. Now the challenge: Who gets vaccinated? In what order? When? Where? How? Will mutating strains affect the vaccines' viability? What is the rate of infection in our community and where are the testing sites now?

At our first virtual meeting of 2021, our special guests will provide information and field our questions.

Ryan Murphy, Public Safety & Emergency Management Administrator, Southampton

Bridget Fleming, Suffolk County Legislator

A representative from Suffolk County Department of Health Services

Register here:


Good afternoon,

Please see the below information regarding NYS Rental Assistance Program Application Deadline being extended to August 6th.

Governor Cuomo announced this week that an emergency rental assistance program will be implemented to help keep low-income families throughout New York in their homes.

The program, which is designed to reach those individuals and families with the greatest need, will provide direct aid for tenants who lost income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The program is funded through the Coronavirus Relief Fund, which is part of the CARES Act.
The program is administered by New York State Homes and Community Renewal and access to program applications will be available https://hcr.ny.gov/RRP.

For more information, please see the NYS Update- https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/governor-cuomo-announces-new-covid-rental-assistance-program

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