Government

“We believe it is better to encourage people to take the money and put it towards fixing the violation, as opposed to paying a summons,”
A dead battery in a Town Justice Court exit sign drew the attention of Tom Baker, a town fire marshal, on Friday. T.E. McMorrow


Tenants and administrators of Windmill Village IIbrought long-standing complaints about mold to a meeting of the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday.


Jay Schneiderman
Jay Schneiderman

Steve Lynch, left, and Tom Knobel
The East Hampton Town Republican Committee celebrated the re-election of Steve Lynch, left, as town highway superintendent, and the group’s new chairman, Tom Knobel, at a fund-raiser last Thursday at the Palm. Morgan McGivern