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Mr. Perna holds the title of school superintendent and principal, and as of this weekend he will also be known as the grand marshal of the 51st annual Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick’s Day parade.
A bill sponsored by two East End legislators that aims to help commercial fishermen reduce their fuel costs is facing strong headwinds.
The East Hampton Town Trustees have been working overtime to respond to the ever-increasing number of applications from homeowners wishing to hold back the sea.
A landowner planning to subdivide 20 acres on Cedar Street in East Hampton has renewed a push to have his land removed from the prime farmland category in the town code.
If the superintendent’s recommendation holds, Ms. Kraus will have to step down as principal at the end of June.
Jay Schneiderman admitted yesterday that he remains undecided about whether to run for a sixth term as county legislator or try for a town supervisor comeback on the G.O.P. ticket.
Courtney Sale Ross, who founded the Ross School in East Hampton more than 20 years ago, is officially plotting a new course.
Shared responsibility and a town fund recommended
Opening day for the Beach House, a luxury hotel in downtown Montauk, may be delayed by several days, if not longer.