The town clerk's office is the center of all town affairs. The office is located in the new Town Hall. Parking is on…More the side of the building or behind the old town hall.
An elected four-year position, Fred Overton has been in office for 10 years. He attends town board metings, and keeps the minutes, as his office has custody of all town records, including those that date back to the settlement of 1648. He is also the Freedom of Information Law officer in the town.
The office issues marriage, dog, shellfish, and hunting licenses, and recycling, handicap parking, and beach permits. It oversees the recreational and commercial town boat slips, and handles false fire and burglar alarm claims.
Montauk Chamber of Commerce 742 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY11954 The Montauk Chamber of Commerce has about 275 members. The office is located across from the village green on Main…More Street in Montauk. It hosts various events throughout the year.
A true variety store, the Corner Store in the One Stop Market shopping plaza has a little bit of everything -- even a…More post office. The Corner Store contracts with the United States Post Office to have 300 post office boxes available for Springs residents. The store also sells stamps and can ship your packages.
On the retail side, it sells board games, candles, gifts, greeting cards, wrapping paper, beauty and health products, and so much more. Cindy Haagen has owned the shop for the last 10 years, but it's been in existence for about 20 years.
Bridgehampton National Bank 8 Gingerbread Ln, East Hampton, NY11937 This location of the Bridgehampton National Bank is the bank's main branch in East Hampton. There is also a satellite…More office in the shopping district off of Park Place. More than 100 years old, the bank supports local businesses and contributes its success to enduring customer relationships. It offers drive-through tellers and standard banking service.
United Methodist Church of East Hampton 35 Pantigo Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 This church, across the street from the CVS pharmacy and the East Hampton Post Office, has a small congregation and…More hosts Maureen's Haven, a homeless shelter, two Friday nights a month. The congregation also collects food for Windmill Village II and holds special collections throughout the year.