On April 1st 2022 the District Office of Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming was relocated from 75 Washington Street in Sag Harbor to 71 Hill Street, Suite F-1, in Southampton Village. Both locations are within Suffolk County Legislature’s Second Legislative District, which Fleming represents.
The office of Legislator Fleming was notified in the Fall of 2021 that the then-owner of the building in Sag Harbor that it had been sold. The Buyers informed the office of their intention to transform the office into retail use, with a rise in rent. Then-Legislator Jay Schneiderman, who preceded Legislator Bridget Fleming as Legislator representing LD-2, moved into the Sag Harbor space in spring 2004 and served there throughout his tenure in the Suffolk County Legislature before being elected Southampton Town Supervisor. Legislator Fleming moved in with her team after she was elected to the office of Suffolk County Legislator in 2016.
Legislator Fleming and staff said a bittersweet final farewell to their Sag Harbor office after those six years. While the team serves the greater Second Legislative District, it was an honor to assist constituents in the Village of Sag Harbor, where many local residents often stopped by to express a concern, connect with government, or simply say hello.
On Friday, April 1st, the new office opened in Southampton Village, located across from the Southampton Inn. The move was facilitated by the coordinated efforts of Suffolk County Departments of Public Works and Information Technology, who diligently helped move desks and heavy file cabinets, as well as reconnected computers and devices so the office continues to be fully accessible and responsive to the public’s needs.
Legislator Fleming stated “Thanks to the amazing work of the Department of Public Works, Information Technology, the County’s Law Department and my stellar and intrepid staff, we are thrilled to begin a new chapter in Southampton Village. We look forward to working with residents in the Village of Southampton and making it our new home.” The new mailing address is 71 Hill Street in Southampton, NY 11968. The phone number remains 631-852-8400.