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Adam Grossman is the right person for Town Judge.
Grossman’s long experience as a lawyer dealing with important issues and his dedication to public service make him well suited to be on the bench.
Adam Grossman was raised in Southampton Town and has been a local attorney for 28 years.  He specialized in relevant areas of the law that will be valuable if he is elected Judge, such as real estate, zoning and land use.  He also prosecuted Town Code violations in Riverhead, giving him strong experience in issues of Town government.
Grossman has served on the Zoning Board of Appeals since 2002, and has been its Chairman for the last four years, which indicates his strong background in public service to Southampton Town, as well as his strong leadership abilities.  His extensive Board experience and Chairmanship skills give Adam Grossman the opportunity to constantly do what judges do:  examine the evidence, evaluate witnesses, and come to a final and fair judgment.
Adam Grossman is an experienced attorney who dealt with traffic tickets, town code matters, landlord-tenant disputes, and civil disputes.  His background makes him perfectly suited to serve as a Judge for Southampton Town.


Mackie Finnerty
Former Vice Chair Southampton Town Democratic Committee
Project Management & Legislation, Southampton Advocates for the Village Environment (SAVE)


About Adam Grossman
Adam Grossman was raised in Sag Harbor, and currently lives in Hampton Bays, where he has owned his home for 19 years.  He is an attorney who has practiced law for 28 years.  He is a 1983 graduate of Pierson High School in Sag Harbor, a 1987 graduate of Dowling College in Oakdale, and a 1991 graduate of Pace University School of Law in White Plains.
He has a solo law practice located at 120 Court Street, Riverhead, and has been a practicing attorney throughout his career, specializing in real estate, civil litigation, zoning and land use, estate practice, and estate planning.  In the years 1998 and 1999 he served as Riverhead Town Attorney, where he worked closely with the Riverhead Town Board, and additionally served as Special Prosecutor of Town Code violations, while also gaining critical knowledge and experience in the operations of Town government …[more]