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Several changes are proposed to the “smart lighting” code adopted in 2006, though the code itself will largely remain intact. East Hampton Town’s outdoor lighting regulations will be discussed at Town Hall next Thursday night.
The East Hampton Town police announced this week that they have launched both a Facebook page and a Twitter account in order to increase communication with the public.
“Don’t use the B word,” said Gene Stilwell, an agent at Town and Country Real Estate who specified the preferred real estate term: “lower level.”
The teachers of the Montauk School, who have embraced the Common Core, the national education standard for students from kindergarten through 12th grade, seemed to have swayed a large group of parents and some board members to support it.
The Army Corps of Engineers expects to issue a report in early 2016 on a Lake Montauk dredging project that could include rebuilding beaches to the west of the harbor inlet.
A man who allegedly attacked another man with a machete in Springs Monday evening was released from East Hampton Town police custody yesterday after his family posted $5,000 bail.
Services for Tyler Valcich, who died on Monday at the age of 20, will begin on Sunday.
The Springs Fire Department responded a vehicle fire, which turned out to be a camper on fire, on Wednesday morning.
Two Springs men ended up in Stony Brook University Hospital Monday night after a fight on Clinton Street in Springs. Capt. Chris Anderson of the East Hampton Town Police Department said one of the men swung a machete at the other, inflicting "...