The Executive Committee and members of The Southampton Association cordially invite the retail owners and managers of Southampton Village for a reception in their honor on Friday, September 24th, from 6- 8 PM at the Southampton Club, Two First Neck Lane.
RSVP email@example.com and for additional information call 631-745-0004. There will be a list at the door.
Invitations were delivered to shops over the weekend. If you did not receive one, email to the Association
If you or family members, including students, have not yet registered to vote in the local elections (Village, Town, School, Library and Museum) start the process now by going to suffolkvotes.com. The form can be downloaded.
For those who are not able to be in the area for any of the votes, you can easily apply for an Absentee Ballot Application. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like assistance.
The Southampton Association Scholarship in Memory of Arthur B. Schoen, Jr. and Todd Goodwin, was given in 2020 to two students based on academic promise, achievement, and demonstrates desire, perseverance and need, who have contributed to the school and the community and have clear educational goals. Each will receive $4,000. per year for each year of college.
The students are:
Lukas Baumalis, Boston University and Tonoa Pendar, Penn State
The Southampton Association Community
Oct 27, 2017 3:28 PMPublication: The Southampton Press
Southampton Village ZBA Approves Mocomanto And Despatch Applications
Oct 27, 2017 5:17 PM
By Greg Wehner
Two highly scrutinized projects within the Southampton Village historic district—on the Mocomanto and Despatch properties—were approved by the Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Thursday night, although one was not unanimous.
Southampton group cites concerns about village ethics board
October 5, 2017 By Rachelle Blidner
Jay Diesing, president, left, and Rainer Greeven, chairman, of the Southampton Association, seen here on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, say the group is seeking reforms to the village board of ethics. (Photo Credit: Gordon M. Grant)
A Southampton Village community group is seeking to strengthen the village’s board of ethics, citing concerns about