East Hampton Supervisor Needs New Assistant

Montauk resident Johnson Nordlinger has left Town Hall.

East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson is in need of a new assistant.

Johnson Nordlinger, a Montauk resident who has worked for Wilkinson since he was first elected four years ago, left without notice one week ago.

She declined to comment, as did Wilkinson.

Meanwhile, Nordlinger is continuing to raise awareness about her 12-year-old goddaughter, a competing gymnast from Rhode Island has been hospitalized since mid-December. Rhana Fleming is suffering from a condition known as as Transverse Myelitis, after becoming suddenly paralyzed.

Nordlinger is a mother of three. 

The salary for the assistant to the supervisor's is budgeted at 2013 was just over $53,000, plus about $37,500 in benefits, according to the town budget.

Please note: The town will be announcing plans to fill the position in the near future. 

TRUTH NOT FICTION January 13, 2013 at 12:36 AM
Not the first time the AYAHTOLLA WILKENSON has wielded his human resources know how. We can run him out of town on the next election if he brave enough to run. maybe this employee will come clean and tell the truth about this tyrant and his dirty deals and cover ups.
burnttoast January 13, 2013 at 05:27 AM
Wilkinson is spelled with an "i" not an "e".
SadderBudweiser January 13, 2013 at 12:14 PM
Bill lost his Johnson?
burnttoast January 13, 2013 at 05:07 PM
Word has it, it will only take a couple of blue pills (so to speak) to seriously improve efficiency and effectiveness in performance.


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