The most dangerous things in the woods are the villains you can barely see
Ticks that harbor a handful of illnesses may barely be noticed due to their small size. The most prevalent this year so far has been the lone star type, which can bring on an allergy to red meat.
Christina Perez/East End Tick Control
A newly expanded stone revetment that stands between the Montauk Shores Condominium and the Atlantic Ocean is under investigation to determine whether it was installed according to permit specifications.
David E. Rattray
Jaquelin Robertson, an urban planner and architect, told the East Hampton Town Planning Board on May 15 that potential buyers of the 89-unit co-ops proposed for open land in Amagansett, which average $1.3 million in price, were “an overlooked group.”
From mid-May through September dogs will have to be leashed at East Hampton Village beaches until they are at least 300 feet away from parking lots and road ends.
Ditch Plain? ‘Be very, very careful,’ said the supervisor
Not only could swimmers encounter underwater obstructions — or body surfers find themselves whooshed ashore onto a bed of rocks — but people strolling along the beach, in its present state, will have to clamber over half-buried boulders.
Consistency, continuity on minds of East Hampton School Board hopefuls
In the running for East Hampton School Board are, clockwise from top left, Alison Anderson, Nicholas Boland, J.P. Foster, Richard Wilson, Mary Ella Moeller, and Wendy Geehreng.
Morgan McGivern Photos
School reports testing irregularity to state
Planners critique Gansett baby-boomer development
As many as 89, mostly high-priced, housing units have been proposed for an Amagansett site along Montauk Highway.
Cops turn out in force Tuesday to decry a layoff of one of their own
Sag Harbor Police Officer David Driscoll, right, listened in at a Sag Harbor Village Board meeting where the mayor and audience debated the elimination of his position on the force.
Carrie Ann Salvi