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State of Emergencies Are Over in East Hampton

East Hampton Village and Town leaders rescinded state of emergency declarations on Saturday afternoon.

Snow on herb planters in one East Hampton resident's back yard on Friday. Credit: Barbara Goldowsky
Snow on herb planters in one East Hampton resident's back yard on Friday. Credit: Barbara Goldowsky
East Hampton officials rescinded the state of emergency declarations due to Winter Storm Hercules on Saturday afternoon.

East Hampton Village and town both ended the state of emergency at 4 p.m.

Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell said all East Hampton Town offices and services will resume their regular schedules on Monday.

The town and village declared a state of emergency on Thursday afternoon, ahead of the winter snow storm, which dumped approximately 8 inches on East Hampton.

How are you roads? Tell us in the comments below.
geo January 05, 2014 at 10:28 AM
i give southampton a F minus -came back sat from western nj where they had abot the same amnt of snow and their roads were clean and snow free- as we exited RT27 and went on side roads to go to home it was a shock to see how poorly the roads were-town needs to get better drivers who know how to plow or contract it out to people who do -i did a better job on my driveway sat afternoon with a snow blower thab town did with plow trucks !!

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