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East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell laid out a comprehensive agenda for 2016 at the town board’s annual organizational meeting.
Matthew Rojano, a Sagaponack man arrested by Southampton Town police in October on multiple drug possession charges, pleaded guilty Nov. 13 in State Supreme Court in Riverside to a single count of attempted possession of a controlled substance, a felony.
Just as the two-hour limits in the Reutershan and Barns Schenck municipal parking lots in East Hampton Village were lifted from Monday through Thursday, available parking on Newtown Lane became a little less abundant as the Suffolk County Water Authority began a water main replacement project.
Tom Bogdan told the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee on Monday that he has been in touch with several small cities and towns to hear how they cope with undesirable public conduct.
Catherine Gagliotti, a retired East Hampton schoolteacher, died at home on Pantigo Road in East Hampton on Tuesday at the age of 79.
A new majority replaces Republican clerk and longtime attorney.
While pledging its meals will still be healthy and tasty, the Sag Harbor School District has dropped out of federal programs that reimburse schools for the breakfast foods and lunches they serve when the meals meet rigid nutritional requirements.
An anonymous donor has made an offer to pay for a new pool and associated improvements at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter. A deal would be complicated by the facility's complex ownership and management structure.
The new year began, for some, with Polar Bear Plunges.
The East Hampton High School boys basketball team, which won the Eastern Long Island Approved Basketball Officials' Holiday Classic tournament are "ready for the league season," the Bonackers' coach, Bill McKee, said on the eve of the new year.
Daisy C. Bowe, who had a positive impact on hundreds of students at the Bridgehampton School over her 30-year career, died on Tuesday.
The East Hampton Town Board will hold its annual organizational meeting at Town Hall on Tuesday at 10 a.m. and move ahead at a meeting next Thursday at 6:30 p.m., also at Town Hall, with hearings on matters including community preservation fund land and development-rights purchases.
As East Hampton Town’s re-elected supervisor and town board members prepare to be sworn in next week for new terms, the book is mostly closed on the 2015 election season here — the most expensive one in the town’s history.