If you are an observant person, last week you could have had a sneak peek at the new street sign that was “planted” by Matthew MacPherson and Raymond Saar of the East Hampton Village Department of Public Works at the corner of Buell Lane and Toilsome Lane. The official dedication took place on Saturday afternoon, honoring former East Hampton Village Mayor Kenneth Wessberg, Sr. Town Historian Hugh King told some inside stories about the life and accomplishments of the late Mr. Wessberg. Two other Kenneth Wessbergs (Junior and the III’d) joined local dignitaries, including East Hampton Village Chief of Police Michael Tracey and Trustee Rosemary Brown in honoring the Mayor, who served from 1983 until 1992.
Matthew MacPherson and Raymond Saar installing the new street sign at Buell Lane and Toilsome Lane
Mayor Gerard Larsen and East Hampton Historian Hugh King
East Hampton Village Trustee Rosemary Brown and David Laughlin
East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky and David Laughlin
East Hampton Historian Hugh King
East Hampton Village Chief of Police Michael Tracey and Jennifer Tarbet
Kenneth Wessberg, Jr. and Mayor Gerard Larsen
Kenneth Wessberg, Jr.