Jeffrey Freireich, Paul Monte, Tom Ruhle, and Catherine Casey discussed the need for workforce housing with members of the East Hampton Business Alliance at CittaNuova restaurant in East Hampton yesterday.
Guilty on zoning charges, Cyril’s begins to remodel
A new stockade fence will prohibit customers at Cyril’s Fish House, the popular roadside bar on Napeague, from spilling out onto the highway, as part of an agreement between owners of the property and the town.
A garbage dumpster was being filled Monday with debris from structures being removed from the half-acre home of Cyril’s Fish House, as part of an agreement between the town and the owners of the property. Morgan McGivern
Questions answered, but many persist over housing plan
Following her presentation Monday on the East Hampton Housing Authority's proposed affordable housing complex in Amagansett, Katy Casey, the group's executive director looked on as Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell addressed the large crowd gathered in the American Legion Hall.
The group that owns the land Cyril's Fish House sits on is reportedly planning to start demolition on a roadside bar and several other structures in the next couple of days.
Busy stretch in Wainscott concerns planning board
A proposal to turn the former Star Room club into a car wash has been met with a mixed reception.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Debate pluses, minuses of sprawl vs. housing
“We are talking about people who are in need of places to live. This is what my support is for,” said Bonnie Cannon, the chairwoman of the Southampton Town Housing Authority, at a hearing on the Bridgehampton Gateway project.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Christiana McPherson, a social worker, said she supported the planned development district at the Bridgehampton Gateway because the need for affordable housing for gainfully employed professionals is so dire.Taylor K. Vecsey