Southampton Village Mayor Mark Epley spoke with New York City radio station WBAI's Long Island reporter, Dr. Jim Krivo on Wednesday morning about the day laborer problem and the mayor's efforts to help establish a hiring facility at Aldrich Lane. The mayor asked listeners to phone him at Village Hall to voice support for his efforts to solve the problem which will not use any public funds.
The mayor was interviewed on the program "Wake Up Call" at about 6:45 am. The program can be downloaded at this link. (click on the third entry for the 6-7am portion.)
The organization "Coalition for a Work Link Center" has been encouraging those who support the center to contact both Town and Village officials and tell them you support Mayor Epley regarding establishment of the Worklink Center.
The Southampton Village Trustees are
Mr. William Bates
Ms. Bonnie Cannon
Ms. Nancy McGann
Mr. Paul Robinson
Village officials may be contacted by phone at (631) 283-0247. Mayor Epley's office phone is extension 222. The Village Trustees can be emailed at email@example.com
The mayor can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or mail them at 23 Main Street, Southampton NY 11968
Some members of the Southampton Town Board have recently voiced opposition to Mayor Epley's plan for Aldrich Park. Although the Village administers the park which was purchased with Community Preservation Funds, the Town participated in the purchase of the park land.
Town officials can be contacted as a group at this link or they can be reached by telephone at
631-283-6000 or by mail at 116 Hampton Road, Southampton NY 11968.
The Town Supervisor is Patrick Heaney.
Members of the Town Board are:
Hon. Nancy S. Graboski, Councilwoman
Hon. Linda A. Kabot, Councilwoman
Hon. Steven T. Kenny, Councilman
Hon. Christopher R. Nuzzi, Councilman