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The final piece of a puzzle complicated by warring factions and an acrimonious lawsuit fell into place last Thursday, when an overwhelming number of time-share owners voted to accept an offer from 290 Old Montauk Associates, a corporation headed by a New Jersey developer who invests in distressed real estate with an eye to turning it around and...
Board members want to know who is in the pool and belly up at the bar
If nothing happens in mediation, the next step is arbitration, in which the P.B.A.
Can the idea of a community farm, where members buy shares in a future harvest, work for fish?
Lack of video was key in East Hampton D.W.I. trial’s not-guilty verdict
Come September, she will return to her former position as an elementary school teacher.
In the last two years alone, the perennially cash-strapped Springs district has received more than $800,000 in owed tuition money after being continually overcharged.
A number of hopefuls have themselves acknowledged that they have thrown their hats in the ring.
East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson wants to “drop rocks” on the Montauk oceanfront, bypassing town law and other recommendations from a coastal erosion committee