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04/16/16 2:00pm
04/16/2016 2:00 PM

Greenport Village Hall

Only two people spoke at a public hearing on Greenport Village’s tentative 2016-17 budget — which would reduce spending and taxes — during a public hearing Thursday night at the Old Schoolhouse.

But the same issue was raised by both of speakers: that the village should not be allowing the nonprofit East End Seaport Museum to use the museum building rent-free anymore. READ

04/07/14 9:02pm
04/07/2014 9:02 PM
Mayor David Nyce (center) spoke about his proposed 2014-15 budget Monday.

Greenport Village Mayor David Nyce (center) discussing his proposed spending plan Monday night at the Little Red Schoolhouse. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

Savings recently created from combining administrative positions and new retirements are expected to allow Greenport Village to hire a code enforcer and paralegal next fiscal year, Mayor David Nyce said Monday.

During a public hearing to discuss the 2014-15 preliminary spending plan at the Little Red Schoolhouse, Mr. Nyce said some of the responsibilities of the proposed code enforcer would include monitoring snow and brush removal. (more…)