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Who is the only candidate with extensive experience in Transportation and Highways ?
Tom Neely was the Director of Public Transportation & Traffic Safety for The Town of Southampton for 16 years.
As a member of The Town’s Transportation Commission for the last few years, I have had the pleasure of working with Tom.
Peter Drucker was considered to be an expert in the field of Professional Management. One of his famous quotes is :
“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.”
I can personally attest that Tom Neely is a good manager and an affable leader.
He also possesses a deep knowledge of the Transportation Industry and the Roads and Highways that carry our cars, buses and trucks around Long Island.
His experience includes:
  • Vice President, Hampton Jitney ( 1987- 2004 )
  • Southampton Town Transportation Director ( 2005 -2021 )
It is interesting to note that some people run for positions in fields  in which they have very little or no experience at all…
I know Tom.
Tom has my vote.
Please join me and Vote for:
Tom Neely for Southampton Town Highway Superintendent


Dick Sheehan
Member of the SHDEMS Executive Committee




About Tom Neely
Tom was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pa.  After attending college in Ohio and working for several years in New York City and Boston, he moved to the South Fork in 1987.
From 1987 to 2004, Tom was a Vice President at Hampton Jitney, a multi-faceted transportation company serving Long Island, New York City, and markets all along the east coast. While working at the Jitney, Town served as President of the Southampton Chamber of Commerce and on the Sag Harbor Chamber Board; was appointed by the Town Board to the Southampton Town Comprehensive Plan Committee, Transportation Advisory Task Force; and Town Business Advisory Council.  During his free time he coached his sons in soccer and Little League in Sag Harbor.
In 2005, Tom was appointed Southampton Town Director of Intermodal Transportation and Traffic Safety.  In that position, he has served as Executive Director of the Town Transportation Commission and as Chair of the East End Transportation Council.  Tom has been deeply involved in a variety of regional and Town transportation, traffic, and roadway   projects; successfully working with residents, Town departments, outside agencies and other east end municipalities.
In April 2021, Tom retired from his position as Town Transportation & Traffic Safety Director.