The Montauk Library is a School District Public Library. Operating funds for the library are collected through the School District appearing on your annual Town of East Hampton property tax bill. A board of seven trustees elected to serve five year terms govern the library. The trustees establish the policies of the library and administer the finances of the library. Day to day operations of the library are administered by the Library Director and well informed staff.
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From the days of pasturage at Montauk, to the Montauk Association Houses, to Carl Fisher, to Culloden Shores and onward, this collection illustrates the many styles of building architecture seen in Montauk.
Fishing of one kind or another has always been an inseparable part of Montauk. From fishing for recreation, to commercial fishing, to sport fishing, Montauk is recognized as one of the best fishing places in the nation.
From the land of the Montauk Indians to development as a vacation destination, to present day land conservation.
Since the days of the Montauk Indians, Montauk's coastal location has played an important role in seafaring life and the history of navigation.
From the early days of the Life-Saving Service to Camp Hero, Montauk's strategic location has played an important role in Military defense.
This collection highlights many of the activities and events, including parades, recreation and leisure, available at Montauk.