The town board voted narrowly on Thursday night to grant an access and utility easement to Deepwater Wind, allowing the Rhode Island company to route a transmission cable from its proposed South Fork Wind Farm from the ocean beach in Wainscott to a Long Island Power Authority substation near Cove Hollow Road in East Hampton.
The East Hampton Town Board is expected to narrowly vote in favor of granting an easement allowing Deepwater Wind to bury a transmission cable from its proposed South Fork Wind Farm on a path from Wainscott to a Long Island Power Authority substation off Cove Hollow Road in East Hampton.
Members of the farming community were invited to a Sagaponack Village Board meeting on Monday to express their opinions on a proposed series of code changes to regulate deer fencing.
Some 800 cyclists are expected to take part in Soldier Ride the Hamptons, which takes place on Saturday on roads across the South Fork.
Montauk advertises itself as “The End,” but it’s not literally at the end of the world although it felt that way recently for residents frustrated with their post office’s inability to deliver their packages and daily mail on time, if they could be located at all.
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Lifeguards in East Hampton and Southampton Towns were alerted of two shark bites in Fire Island waters.
“You’re Holly Golightly on the outside, and Kafka on the inside,” Frederic said over the phone. “I’m a cockroach!” I hiccupped, tears streaming.

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Jennifer Landes
Hadley Vogel's eclectic background and interests include art making, exhibition space management, teaching preschool, and—in keeping with her father’s line of work—bookbinding. Her attempts to unify these metiers is already generating new hybrids.

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More than a decade before Jason Biondo was born, Macy’s, the department store, and Raymond Loewy, the prolific industrial designer, commissioned the renowned architect Andrew Geller to design about 200 prefabricated houses for Culloden Point, a peninsula less than three miles from Montauk’s downtown. It was 1963, and the Leisurama homes, as they were called, cost between $13,000 and $17,000.