I’ve chosen NewTown Party as the name under which I will run for mayor. I want to break from the stranglehold that has controlled our village government and the business district for the last 30 years. The downtown must be revitalized in order to be economically sound. I want it to represent a break from the past, with a plan for today and a vision for tomorrow.

Why Am I Running for Mayor?

I have decided to run for village mayor because I believe I have many ideas that will help the village’s residents, businesses, employees and the tourists that visit us every summer.

What is refreshing about village elections, is that there are no major political parties such as Democrats and Republicans, but our own parties made from independent ideas to help the residents of the village.

I am a registered Independence Party member. However, I’ve always voted for the person who is the best qualified to accomplish the task. I believe this next election is a turning point for the future of our village, and I am the best suited with the most experience to run this village.

Why am I starting so early?

I honestly would like to meet every voter and have a conversation about the future of our village.  I also want to meet our second homeowners and many of our frequent tourists this summer and get their opinions on how we can best serve them as well.  This is the last summer before the election and the only time to do so.

I look forward to meeting you and talking with you.

Best,

Jerry

1) Term Limits

A proposal for all future Mayors & Trustees of East Hampton Village to serve a maximum of 12 years in their elected office.

2) Revitalize Our Business District

A centralized sewer system (Main Street + Newtown Lane) to allow more new businesses to open to benefit our community. 

3) Bury the Power Lines 

The massive poles should not have been allowed on our small residential streets (McGuirk + King Streets). 

4) Improve Our Beaches + Beach Services

Create a better resident and non-resident beach permit process, and remove the garbage cans from the beaches.

5) Update the Village Code + Comprehensive Plan

The current code is confusing and outdated.  The Village Comprehensive Plan was never reviewed in 2012 as it should have been.

 

About Jerry

    • Husband & Father of Six
    • Local Business Owner
    • Member of East Hampton Chamber of Commerce
    • Board Director at LTV Studios
    • Kiwanis Member, Long Island
    • Served 14 Years as Chief of Police
    • Served 34 years to our Village Police Department
    • Department Head for Emergency Communications
    • Past President – Police Association of Suffolk County

    About Sandra

      • Wife & Mother of Four
      • Local Business Owner
      • Member of East Hampton Chamber of Commerce
      • Board Director at LTV Studios
      • Kiwanis Member, Long Island
      • Served 14 Years as East Hampton Village Police Chief
      • Served 34 years to our Village Police Department
      • Department Head for Emergency Communications
      • Past President – Police Association of Suffolk County

      Voting Location

      Emergency Services Building
      1 Cedar Street
      East Hampton, NY 11937

      Absentee Ballots

      Mail to: Village Hall
      86 Main Street
      East Hampton, NY 11937

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