Pitching Playground Project

Posted on 04 June 2014

By Stephen J. Kotz

The North Haven Village Board of Trustees on Tuesday agreed to seek proposals to replace equipment at the village playground.

The board discussed whether the playground should be expanded or remain its current side, but made no final decision. Deputy Mayor Dianne Skilbred and Village Clerk Georgia Welch will continue to seek out various proposals to improve the 20-year-old playground.

The board also passed resolutions improving the village’s annual stormwater management report to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the village’s annual auditing expenditures.

Ms. Welch presented several options of alternative machinery that might be leased to clean village Southampton Town is supposed to provide the equipment on a yearly basis, the clerk said, but North Haven is not scheduled to have its drains cleaned by the town until late August.

The meeting was George Butts’s last as a village trustee; he thanked his fellow board members for their hard work and dedication.

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