Housing Authority Breaks Ground On Flanders Home


The Southampton Housing Authority broke ground last Thursday, December 12, on the fourth of 11 affordable homes it is constructing throughout the municipality, with assistance from the Long Island Housing Partnership. The workforce housing program lottery home is being built on Maple Avenue in Flanders, and will be the future home of Sally Easter. From left, Crystal Atkins, Louis Langhorne, Shirley Carter, Housing Authority Executive Director Richard Blowes, Town Councilwoman Bridget Fleming, Housing Authority Chairwoman Bonnie Cannon, James Ladson, Ms. Easter and her niece Ahniyah Jenkins, Housing Authority board members Curtis Highsmith Jr. and Barbara Fair, John Cangemi of Manzi Homes and Joe Sanseverino of the Long Island Housing Partnership.

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