Government


At a press conference last month, Representatives Lee Zeldin, center, Peter King, left, and Tom Suozzi, right, and other state and local officials and business interests highlighted their concerns about the proposed tax bill.


Properties would pay annually based on output
Montauk's oceanfront motels would contribute as much as $250,000 each if a new central sewage plant is built, under a town proposal Jane Bimson

Leonard Ackerman, representing Ronald Perelman, asked the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals to look favorably on his client's application to legalize several structures at the Creeks. Christopher Walsh

Jeanne Frankl, second from right, a co-chairwoman of the East Hampton Town Democratic Committee, watched Election Night results at Rowdy Hall. Ms. Frankl said this week she is pleased with the Democrats’ strong showing in November, but hopes a greater percentage of people will see the importance of voting in local elections. Durell Godfrey

Clint Plummer of Deepwater Wind addressed a crowd at East Hampton Town Hall on Monday. Christopher Walsh


A power substation on Industrial Road in Montauk could be relocated if a battery storage site is approved. T.E. McMorrow

Bill Taylor, who had been accused of misconduct for using a town vehicle on town time to do a favor for a private group, may be exonerated after a review.