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Southampton Looks To Pay-Off CPF Debt As Revenues Continue To Plummet
Prompted by a proposal raised by Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot, the Southampton Town Board is considering the creation of a reserve fund for the sole purpose of paying back debt accrued from the town’s Community Preservation Fund (CPF) program. Click Here For More

The New Hamptons: Cheaper Real Estate, Younger Girlfriends, And
The Business Insider – New York,NY,USA
Vanity Fair has nice long piece on post-financial crisis Hamptons, and he main is basically: Yes, it’s exactly how you imagine it is.

Reclaiming lawns: stop polluting and save the environment

Publication: The East Hampton Press & The Southampton Press
Jun 2, 09 6:31 PM
By Suzanne P. Ruggles

While many forms of life can survive without oxygen, none can survive without water. And as hard as we try, with all of our intellect… continue

Goldman’s Blankfein Says Economic Recovery Will Be ‘Shallow’

By John Rega and Christine Harper

June 10 (Bloomberg) — Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfein said the economic recovery will be “shallow.”


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