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This is the first in a series of articles following local candidates on the campaign trail.
Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, who is running for a seat on the East Hampton Town Board, with Afton DiSunno, a town trustees candidate, spoke with John O’Connor outside the Amagansett Post Office on Monday. Stephen J. Kotz


‘A sacrifice has to be made,’ says the supervisor
Production company vehicles left this Amagansett lane essentially unpassable last week. Rona Klopman

Beach repair down to two alternatives
Steve Couch of the Army Corps of Engineers discussed ideas for rebuilding the beach in downtown Montauk at Town Hall last Thursday. Morgan McGivern
An aerial view of downtown Montauk's shoreline earlier this yearDoug Kuntz

Candidates talk airport, town manager, code enforcement, Army Corps work
A Group for Good Government debate on Saturday brought together the East Hampton Town supervisor candidate, Larry Cantwell, second from left, and town board candidates, from left, Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, Fred Overton, Job Potter, and Dominick Stanzione. Morgan McGivern

Feds counsel ‘sharpshooters,’ sterilization
Durell Godfrey

Durell Godfrey

Subtle barbs in an East Hampton contest not normally known for its heat
At Left, Steve Tekulsky, who is running for East Hampton Town justice with the endorsement of the Democratic and Working Families parties, posed with his daughter, Kylie, at a Democratic event in June. At Right, Carl Irace, the Republican, Independence, and Conservative candidate for East Hampton Town justice, out and about at the Springs chicken barbecue with his wife, Alice Cooley Irace Morgan McGivern