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PHOTO: Celebrating 10 Years of the East Hampton Healthcare Center

Over 200 turned out for the benefit party last week.

The East Hampton Healthcare Foundation sent in this photograph from its benefit party for the 10-year anniversary of the on June 1.

Henry L. Murray, the chairman of the East Hampton Healthcare Foundation’s Board of Trustees, was the evening’s honoree.

New York State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle, East Hampton Village Mayor Paul Rickenbach, and New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele were among the 200 supporters who celebrated the 10 years of improved healthcare in East Hampton and to honor Murray for his years of dedication and service to the foundation, which runs the healthcare center.

EH Local June 10, 2012 at 01:55 PM
It is certainly heartwarming to see 200 people celebrate the ten year anniversary of the East Hampton Healthcare Center, the 18,000 square foot building whose architect, engineers and designer were not paid for their services after putting in years of hard work and who ultimately lost their business as a result. A building that was budgeted at $2.8M and for which this community raised and donated $5M due to the efforts of the only crossover from the Southampton Hospital Board of Directors to the EHHF Board, who also duped his committee members, oversaw the construction of the facility, was the only one to authorize payments to his partner, the contractor (who is currently in litigation with the East Hampton Board of Education) and subsequently leased it back to Southampton Hospital. Those of us who lived through the Ferry era remember.
joe June 10, 2012 at 08:02 PM
Congrats guys keep up the great work. It is very much appreciated all throughout the community. http://goo.gl/DL8nw
Barbara Borsack June 10, 2012 at 09:02 PM
You are terribly misinformed and I (or others) would be happy to put a meeting together with you and those who can clear up your misconceptions. You are confusing this project with something else and doing a great diservice to many with the false allegations. Please find out the facts firsthand before making statements that are so full of falsehoods. Call me and we'll talk anytime.

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