Conservators to Hear From Baldwin

    The actor Alec Baldwin, who has long taken an interest in politics of a regional and national nature, will speak about issues of importance to East Hampton Town residents at the East Hampton Conservators’ winter gathering at the Huntting Inn on Main Street on Feb. 9 from 6 to 8 p.m. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be supplied.
    Mr. Baldwin was the moving force behind the founding of the Conservators, a political action committee that tends to support Democrats in local elections. According to a statement on its Web site, the group is concerned with controlling development, protecting the environment and drinking water, and preserving open space, history, and quality of life in East Hampton Town.
    Those attending will be invited to participate in a discussion of environmental issues, as well as get to know those who share their concerns.
    There is no charge to attend, however, an R.S.V.P. via e-mail to info@easthamptonconservators.com  has been asked.

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   According to organizers, the event was at capacity as of Monday afternoon and no more reservations can be taken.