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Great for families and near everything
Sag Harbor Village agreed to allow the Ali Nash, second from right, to be rented out on a short-term basis for a trial period. Jackie Pape

Consultants target Wainscott and Montauk
Retreat from the downtown Montauk shore, with the oceanfront row of motels moved back to fill in gaps on the next street up and dunes taking their place, is among the recommendations in a draft plan for the hamlet. T.E. McMorrow

To offer advice, weekend representation, and comfort at justice court
On weekends, Carl Irace and Brian DeSesa will be alternating to ensure that each defendant arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court receives experienced legal counsel. T.E. McMorrow

Incumbent, two newcomers vie for spot on village board; mayor unopposed
H. Aidan Corish , Thomas Gardella, Ken O’Donnell Taylor K. Vecsey Photos


The Hampton Hopper

About 40 friends and fellow Ross School parents showed up last Thursday at East Hampton Town Justice Court to support of Arthur W. Bijur of Amagansett, center, who was arraigned on a charge that he violated the Suffolk County Social Host Law, which prohibits adults from allowing underage drinking at their residences. T.E. McMorrow


First black chief here had a role model close to home
Jamalia Hayes, the East Hampton Fire Department’s second assistant chief, at left, followed in the footsteps of his father, Dudley Hayes, by joining the department in 2005. Michael Heller