The Economic Development Commission (EDC) was established by town ordinance in 1979. (Town Ordinance #12.08 revised April, 2008)
EDC was established for the promotion and development of the economic resources of the Town of East Hampton. The Commission consists of seven members who are resident voters of the town and are appointed by the Town Manager for a term of four years.
EDC members elect a Chairperson, Vice Chairperson and other officers deemed necessary. The members are appointed and all members serve without compensation. EDC names liaisons to Planning and Zoning, Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce and other relevant town or ad hoc boards, commissions, committees or regional organizations.
Commission meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at the Town Hall or other accessible location and special meetings are called as necessary. All meetings are open to the public.
The mission of the East Hampton Economic Development Council is: "To successfully attract new business, retain established business and improve the quality of life of East Hampton residents, visitors and tourists."
Members of the Economic Development Commission serve 5 year terms.
Terms end on December 31st.
|Ted Turner||Chair (2020)|
|Tim Csere||Member (2023)|
|Erin Hall||Member (2023)|
|Walt Jedziniak||Member (2020)|
|Robyn Letourneau||Member (2019)|
|Vacancy One||Member (2018)|
|Vacancy Two||Member (2021)|