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December  2013   Clips              


http://bit.ly/ILUdJC   December  5,  2013  

 

   

 

         

 


http://bit.ly/1gIl606   December  18,  2013              

 

   

 

 


http://bit.ly/1fJeZWe   December  19,  2013              

 

   

               

 


December  11,  2013            

   

 

 


December  18,  2013              

       

 


December  25,  2013                            

 


December  4,  2013      

Know the Facts! • • • •

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This Town Needs Senior Housing! Currently this site is zoned for 42 housing units. The population density of the proposed project is LESS than the current zoning for the property. Statistically the 42 units would have an average of 4-5 people per unit. This senior housing project would have less than 2 people per unit. Growth is inevitable. Smart growth is essential. The proposed project will be one of the most environmentally advanced projects in the country. o Designed to be LEED Platinum. o Net-Zero Energy – The project will produce more energy than it consumes. o The project will have no effect on the ground water. Substantial new tax revenue to the Town of East Hampton. No adverse traffic impact from the proposed project. One third of the residents of the Town of East Hampton are seniors but zero percent of the current housing is designated for non-subsidized senior housing. The project is not located in an Agricultural Overlay District. The property was not tagged with the Agricultural Overlay District because it has always been viewed through the lens of development. The Comprehensive Plan clearly calls for “market-rate” senior housing options.

Be Progressive! • • • •

This Town Needs Senior Housing! East Hampton is in DIRE need of Affordable, Senior, and Workforce Housing. Don’t just say NO, NO, NO – be progressive and provide a response to the problem. Create a workable forum for discussing how the Town addresses difficult issues.

We publically filed our project 9 months ago with the Town Clerk. This included architectural plans, site plans, traffic studies, needs analysis, archaeological reports, environmental plans and a draft of the legislation. We have approached this project with the utmost respect for the community and its needs.

Know the Facts, Be Progressive, Respond Intelligently. Paid for 555 Amagansett www.555amagansett.com

 


January 2, 2014


http://bit.ly/18dE4Zx   December  5,  2013                

   

         

 


December 5, 2013


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December 12, 2013


December 19, 2013


December 19, 2013


http://bit.ly/1jmQQd0 December 19, 2013


December 26, 2013


December 5, 2013

Know the Facts! • • • •

• • • • • •

This Town Needs Senior Housing! Currently this site is zoned for 42 housing units. The population density of the proposed project is LESS than the current zoning for the property. Statistically the 42 units would have an average of 4-5 people per unit. This senior housing project would have less than 2 people per unit. Growth is inevitable. Smart growth is essential. The proposed project will be one of the most environmentally advanced projects in the country. o Designed to be LEED Platinum. o Net-Zero Energy – The project will produce more energy than it consumes. o The project will have no effect on the ground water. Substantial new tax revenue to the Town of East Hampton. No adverse traffic impact from the proposed project. One third of the residents of the Town of East Hampton are seniors but zero percent of the current housing is designated for non-subsidized senior housing. The project is not located in an Agricultural Overlay District. The property was not tagged with the Agricultural Overlay District because it has always been viewed through the lens of development. The Comprehensive Plan clearly calls for “market-rate” senior housing options.

Be Progressive! • • • •

This Town Needs Senior Housing! East Hampton is in DIRE need of Affordable, Senior, and Workforce Housing. Don’t just say NO, NO, NO – be progressive and provide a response to the problem. Create a workable forum for discussing how the Town addresses difficult issues.

We publically filed our project 9 months ago with the Town Clerk. This included architectural plans, site plans, traffic studies, needs analysis, archaeological reports, environmental plans and a draft of the legislation. We have approached this project with the utmost respect for the community and its needs.

Know the Facts, Be Progressive, Respond Intelligently. Paid for 555 Amagansett www.555amagansett.com


http://bit.ly/19XnxYb   January  3,  2014          

 

 

   


http://bit.ly/18xqwmh   December  2,  2013  

 

 

 

 

 


http://bit.ly/1bs1c4L   December  6,  2013      

 

 


http://bit.ly/Js3PK9   December  13,  2013          

 

 

 

 


http://bit.ly/1esFHRq   December  31,  2013              

 

   


December 4, 2013


December 11, 2013


December 11, 2013


December 18, 2013


December 4, 2013

Know the Facts! • • • •

• • • • • •

This Town Needs Senior Housing! Currently this site is zoned for 42 housing units. The population density of the proposed project is LESS than the current zoning for the property. Statistically the 42 units would have an average of 4-5 people per unit. This senior housing project would have less than 2 people per unit. Growth is inevitable. Smart growth is essential. The proposed project will be one of the most environmentally advanced projects in the country. o Designed to be LEED Platinum. o Net-Zero Energy – The project will produce more energy than it consumes. o The project will have no effect on the ground water. Substantial new tax revenue to the Town of East Hampton. No adverse traffic impact from the proposed project. One third of the residents of the Town of East Hampton are seniors but zero percent of the current housing is designated for non-subsidized senior housing. The project is not located in an Agricultural Overlay District. The property was not tagged with the Agricultural Overlay District because it has always been viewed through the lens of development. The Comprehensive Plan clearly calls for “market-rate” senior housing options.

Be Progressive! • • • •

This Town Needs Senior Housing! East Hampton is in DIRE need of Affordable, Senior, and Workforce Housing. Don’t just say NO, NO, NO – be progressive and provide a response to the problem. Create a workable forum for discussing how the Town addresses difficult issues.

We publically filed our project 9 months ago with the Town Clerk. This included architectural plans, site plans, traffic studies, needs analysis, archaeological reports, environmental plans and a draft of the legislation. We have approached this project with the utmost respect for the community and its needs.

Know the Facts, Be Progressive, Respond Intelligently. Paid for 555 Amagansett www.555amagansett.com


http://bit.ly/1aRyJlj December 5, 2013


http://bit.ly/KmrrjI December 25, 2013


http://bit.ly/1hCwACg   December  4,  2013                                  

 

 

 


http://bit.ly/19MwbbS   December  23,  2013                        

 

 


555 December 2013 Clips