Government

   East Hampton Studios, the building on Industrial Road in Wainscott that was constructed as a film production soundstage in hopes that it would stimulate a developing film industry here, will become a storage facility.
   Angela Scott of Spring Street, representing 168 Sag Harbor residents who have signed a petition for what she conceded is a complex problem, once again urged the village board to make flooding in the village a priority. “Last week...
   Representatives of the Long Island Power Authority will present details this evening in a meeting about a project to replace existing utility poles to allow for an upgraded electrical transmission line between East Hampton Village and...
    Like the post-Labor Day calm that descended on East Hampton Village last week, the village board’s work session last Thursday was brief, quiet, and uneventful.
   The formation of a citizens committee charged with collecting information about businesses and their needs appears to be on the horizon, after a plea from a business organization leader that East Hampton Town officials base decisions...
    Turnout for Tuesday’s Republican primary was low in East Hampton, with just 67 people casting ballots at the polls.     While the results of the write-in primary for East Hampton Town supervisor will not be...
    Cochlodinium, or rust tide, has been discovered in Three Mile Harbor, Northwest Harbor, and Accabonac Harbor.     At the meeting of the East Hampton Town Trustees on Tuesday night, Stephanie Forsberg, in the...
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation late Wednesday partially lifted a temporary ban on shellfish harvest in some East Hampton waters.
        The East Hampton Town Board will hear comments from the public tonight about plans for new parking regulations along School Street in Springs, developed in concert with the Springs School.