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Grand East Hills Celebration

August 21st, 2017

The Village enjoyed the Kids in the Park annual End of the Summer Celebration poolside on Saturday August 19th. Daytime festivities included carnival games, stilt walkers, DJ music, games, bounce house activities, a water slide, free giveaways and much more. This year, the Village added evening festivities to make the day even more fun for […]

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Memorial Day – A Day of Remembrance in East Hill

May 30th, 2017

Memorial Day – A Day of Remembrance in East Hill. A wreath was placed at the memorial stone in front of Village Hall.

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On the ball!

May 29th, 2017

Shown with Mayor Michael Koblenz (Second from Right)  are two members of the sponsors of Opening Day at the Park at East Hills from Camp Jacobson, (third and fourth from right) and, from L-R, Trustee Brian Meyerson, Tori Siegel, daughter of Trustee Stacey Siegel, the Supervising Trustee of Kids in the Park which held the […]

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Event With Animals Makes Children Happy!

March 27th, 2017

Kids in the Park hosted two sold out “Into the Jungle” parties at the Village Theatre on Saturday, March 25th. Over 180 children and parents purchased tickets to the second annual event. The children were thrilled to see and pet many exotic animals. The show featured a huge albino boa constrictor, chinchillas, a prairie dog, […]

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Moody’s Investors Service Gives East Hills an Excellent Credit Position

February 6th, 2017

Moody’s Investors Service, a bond credit rating business, has reviewed the finances of East Hills, and has concluded our credit position is “excellent,” and reaffirmed our “Aa1 rating.” The organization stated the economic situation in East Hills “reflects a very strong financial position, and a superior socioeconomic profile with a solid tax base.” It went […]

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Lost/Found Dog or Cat in East Hills?

January 18th, 2017

East Hills is introducing a new and unique program to help our residents locate their lost pets. All that is needed is one call to our Village in order to launch an all-out volunteer effort.  Our new program is called “PET ALERT.” We will utilize email, social media capabilities, civic associations, neighboring villages, related Facebook […]

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