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"I've seen and heard nothing to substantiate the use of light sources at 3,500 Kelvin," Susan Harder, the New York State representative of the International Dark Sky Association, told the board. Christopher Walsh

The manager, Julian Bizalion, was scheduled to go on trial before a jury Tuesday on the late-spring charge.
Jen Stark painted the sides of the Surf Lodge in Montauk as part of her installation for Eric Firestone before Memorial Day weekend. The Surf Lodge was accused of violating the East Hampton Town code. Jennifer Landes
Jennifer Landes

Piles are being driven for wooden access walks that will traverse the sandbag seawall being built on the downtown Montauk beach. T.E. McMorrow

$2,000 a month for one bedroom, one bath
A tenant of East Hampton’s only “high-rise,” Alejandra Lucci, who co-owns East Hampton Flowers on North Main Street, leaves small bouquets at her neighbors’ doors when there are extras from her shop. Durell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey

Her last text reminded children she loved them
Carlos R. Aucapina said he believes his estranged wife, Lilia, who has been missing since Oct. 10, is still alive. T.E. McMorrow

Morgan McGivern
Kurt Fuchs and Bella Ornaf waited Tuesday morning for their arrests on the Montauk beach, part of an ongoing protest of the Army Corps's sandbag seawall project.T.E. McMorrow
The Montauk Playhouse Community Center was packed Tuesday morning for a town board meeting.Morgan McGivern

Doug Kuntz

Rick Drew, Tyler Armstrong, Francis Bock, and Bill Taylor on Tuesday night as they learned that they had won terms as East Hampton Town trustees. Christopher Walsh
Tyler Armstrong was all smiles at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton Tuesday night.Morgan McGivern

Firefighters were met with a glow at Hartman's Briney Breezes in Montauk Friday morning. The fire "had been burning a while before we were called," Chief Joe Lenahan said. Dalton Portella
Dalton Portella
Dalton Portella

Aviation money dominates 2015 fund-raising
A campaign mailer paid for by the East Hampton Leadership Council praises the Republican candidates on one side and criticizes the Democratic incumbents on the other. As of Thursday, the political action committee had reported spending more than $155,000 on behalf of local Republican candidates.