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Dormitories? Trailers?
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. Morgan McGivern

Pleasant Lane, a two-way, dead-end street that ends near the village's long-term parking lot, will remain that way after residents opposed the village's exploration of opening it up into the lot and making it a partial one-way street. Christine Sampson photos
Francine Hanford, who has lived on Pleasant Lane most of her life and who opposed the proposed changes, told the village board to "leave our street alone."
Another view of Pleasant Lane, a dead-end street

The Amagansett School superintendent, Eleanor Tritt, second from right, faced numerous questions about the proposed school budget from residents in attendance at Tuesday's school board meeting, as members of the school board looked on. Christine Sampson

Taylor K. Vecsey

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Christy Ferer argued with the board that she should be granted a hearing, despite there being no process set up by which she can apply for a special permit to build a house larger than 4,000 square feet. Taylor K. Vecsey

Catch and release is a conservation practice in which after capture the fish is unhooked and released back into the water
Charles Anderle fished at the end of Gerard Drive in Springs this week. David Kuperschmid

Durell Godfrey

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. Morgan McGivern