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Mar 29, 2016 11:19 AMPublication: The Southampton Press

Councilman Stan Glinka, Councilwoman Julie Lofstad Discuss Future Of Hampton Bays

Southampton Town Councilman Stan Glinka speaks at the Hampton Bays Civic Association meeting Monday night. AMANDA BERNOCCO
Mar 29, 2016 12:44 PM

Southampton Town Councilman Stan Glinka and Councilwoman Julie Lofstad, both longtime Hampton Bays residents, discussed the future of the hamlet with their neighbors at Monday night’s Hampton Bays Civic Association meeting. Throughout the question-and-answer portion of the evening, residents asked the Town Board members about some of the ongoing projects in the hamlet—including the revitalization of Main Street, the construction of Good Ground Park and proposed improvements to the pavilion at Ponquogue Beach. AMANDA BERNOCCO

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Priority number one should be illegal rentals. Absentee landlords don't care about the impact on our schools. They collect thousands per month on each house they rent out to multiple families. It has to stop.
By unjustifiedjustice2 (35), Hampton bays on Mar 29, 16 2:44 PM
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Loved the moment when someone began complaining about the construction of Good Ground Park and the Civic Assoc lady ripped the mike right out of her hand.
By bluelightning (21), Hampton Bays on Mar 29, 16 4:19 PM
Not so funny to the woman whose quality life of life is adversely effected by the entrance to the parking lot of the park and no one seems to care - clearly the "civic assoc. lady" doesn't.
By HB Proud (889), Hampton Bays on Mar 29, 16 6:46 PM