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The Hampton Bays Civic Association presents: The Bays of Hampton Bays Past, Present, Future?

Monday, June 17, 2013, from 7:00 pm-9:00 pm at the Southampton Town Community Center(25 Ponquoque Avenue – Across from the HB Post Office)

The Hampton Bays Civic Association presents: The Bays of Hampton Bays Past, Present, Future?

All Hampton Bay residents can see that the degradation of our bays continues unchecked, this night’s panel of experts:

  • John Botos, Executive Director of the Peconic Institute

  • Adrienne Esposito, Citizens Campaign for the Environment

  • Kevin McAllister, Peconic Bay Keeper

  • Dr. Ellen Pikitch, Stony Brook;

  • Ed Warner, Southampton Town Trustee & Bayman

Be there when this array of experts discuss the history of our bays, put forth possible solutions now being tested in other east coast areas, in the process demonstrating their intimate knowledge of our bays and their extreme importance to the entire Hampton Bay Community.

Throughout this evening, as they set loose the evils of this volatile issue, they also offer projections of hope for a revitalized future of our bays.

Following their presentations, they will take your questions. If the bays of Hampton Bays are a part of your life you will want to be present with your neighbors at this dramatic and hopeful program.

Visit our website for additional information on this important forum: www.hbcivic.org or call 631.728.2289 for additional information.

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