Voting Results from November 3rd.
Jay Schneiderman (Democrat and Independence parties) won the election to Southampton Town Supervisor, defeating Village Trustee Richard Yastrzemski (R)
Christine Scalera (R) was voted in again for the Southampton Town Board
John Bouvier (D) was elected to fill the 2nd opening on the Board.
They will serve on the Board with Stan Glinka (R) and Brad Bender (D).
Southampton Town Trustees
The following were re-elected as Trustees:
1. Reduce the height of houses in the smaller zones
Lot size of less than 20,000 sq. ft – maximum height 30 ft.
Lot size of 20,000 to less than 40,000 – Maximum height of 33 ft.
Over 40,000 – remains at a maximum height of 35 ft.
(7 feet less in each category for a flat roof)
2. Reduce Maximum Lot Coverage
Reduce maximum coverage formula to 14% of lot size + 1,250 sq. ft. (currently 1,500 sq. ft.)
Include all impermeable surfaces regardless of materials.
3. Reduce Gross Floor
At the April 28th meeting of the Town Board the public hearing portion was closed on the proposed zoning change for County Road 39 to allow a retail complex on the south side of the highway. Written comments will still be accepted for two weeks.
The proposed project is for a 40,000 sq ft supermarket, a 15,000 sq ft retail space and a 3,500 sq ft free-standing bank with a drive-through to be located on the south side of County Road 39 east of Magee Street. There are concerns among many
The Southampton Press will host a debate on Saturday, January 16, 1:00 PM at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill with Democrat Julie Lofstad and Republican Richard Yastrzemski. The event is free to the public and will be hosted by Press Executive Editor Joseph P. Shaw.
Topics will include water quality and planned development districts. The format allows for no time limits or red cards to give the candidates a chance to delve deeper into the issues. The conversation will be guided by Mr. Shaw,