Frank Newbold, a member of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals since 2004, was appointed its chairman with a one-year term when the village board held its annual organizational meeting on Monday. Mr. Newbold, who had been the board’s vice chairman, replaces Andrew Goldstein, who will no longer be on the panel. The open seat will be filled by Craig Humphrey, who was an alternate member, for a three-year term. Ray Harden was appointed to a five-year term as an alternate. Lysbeth Marigold, a member of the board, was appointed to a one-year term as vice chairwoman.
Also appointed or reappointed on Monday were members of the planning, design review, and ethics boards.
Philip O’Connell and Mark Butler were reappointed to five-year terms on the planning board, with Mr. O’Connell appointed to a one-year term as chairman and Donald Hunting remaining as vice chairman for a year.
Carolyn Preische, Robert Caruso, C. Sherrill Dayton, Bruce Siska, and Rose Brown were reappointed as members of the design review board for two years, with Ms. Preische appointed as vice chairwoman and Stuyvesant Wainwright III chairman, both for one year.
Richard Roberts, Pam Bennett, and Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman were reappointed as members of the ethics board, each to a one-year term effective Aug. 1. Mr. Roberts will be the board’s chairman.
Susan Steckowski was reappointed the village’s registrar, and Linda Beyer reappointed deputy registrar. Hugh King was reappointed as village historian.
A meeting to close the fiscal year was scheduled for July 31 at 11 a.m. at the Emergency Services Building.