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Southampton Fire District
33 Flying Point Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
The Southampton Fire District was created by the Southampton Town Board in 2003 to negotiate fire protection for theMore hamlets of Tuckahoe, Water Mill and Shinnecock Hills and the Shinnecock Indian Reservation — approximately 16 square miles. A board of commissioners negotiates a fire protection contract with the Southampton Village Board, which overseas the Southampton Fire Department. The Southampton Fire District Board of Commissioners, which is also charged with ensuring the district's hydrants and deep wells as maintained, holds public meetings on the second Thursday of the month at the Tuckahoe School.
Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance
44 Meeting House Ln, Southampton, NY 11968
Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance has vehicles equipped for both basic and advanced life support. The ambulanceMore corps primarily transports patients to Southampton Hospital, but according to emergency protocol, the corps may travel to hospitals further west or transfer a patient to a Suffolk County Police Medevac helicopter. Department meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 7pm. Southampton Village trustee Paul Robinson is the village board liason to the ambulance corps.
SEA-TV
7 Tradesmans Path, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
SEA-TV stands for Southampton Education and Government Access Television. It is supported by Cablevision franchise feesMore and airs Southampton Town, Southampton Village and Westhampton Beach Village board meetings as well as Southampton School Board meetings. The network also produces "Focus on Southampton Hospital" with Bob Chaloner, the hospital CEO. SEA-TV will air public access shows if the executive director deems that they fall under the education or government categories. SEA-TV is on Cablevision and also broadcasts a live stream online.
Southampton Village Building Department
71 Hill Street, P.O. Box 1410, Southampton, NY 11969
Housed in the 71 Hill Street complex, the Southampton Building Department is the place for building and demolitionMore permits and to see what's on the agenda for the zoning board of appeals, planning board and board of historic preservation and architectural review. Residents may submit letters of support or disapproval for projects before the boards, and the letters will be entered into the official record. Also, under the Freedom of Information Act, residents may view building, demolition and variance applications and supporting documents. The village fire marshals are also located at the building department office.
North Haven Village
335 Ferry Rd, Sag Harbor, NY 11963

North Haven is a 2.7-square-mile island settled in 1665, north of Sag Harbor. Driving through North Haven is the onlyMore way to reach the South Ferry to Shelter Island. The village is served by the Southampton Town Police, Southampton Town Highway Department and Sag Harbor Fire Department. The current mayor is Laura Nolan.

The village board meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 5 p.m. at village hall. The zoning board of appeals, planning board and Board of Architectural Review & Historic Preservation also meet at village hall. The village has a small planning department and a part-time building inspector. North Haven Village Park is located behind the hall.

Southampton Chamber of Commerce
76 Main St, Southampton, NY 11968
The Southampton Chamber of Commerce is the largest chamber on the East End, serving Southampton Town but includingMore members from Manhattan to Montauk. The board of directors meets on the third Thursday of the month and the membership meets quarterly. The chamber puts on networking nights, sponsored by local businesses and agencies, from 5pm to 7pm on the last Thursday of the month. The networking nights are always in a different location and have been held at restaurants, Coopers Beach , route: {:controller=>"listings", :action=>"show", :id=>"coopers-beach"} -->and the