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A proposal to drop a requirement that home improvement contractors attach stickers to their cars attesting that they hold East Hampton Town licenses did not get a stamp of approval this week from Betsy Bambrick, who heads the town’s Ordinance Enforcement Department.
A week after the East Hampton Republican Committee announced that Len Czajka had dropped out of the East Hampton Town Board race, the party’s other candidate for town board, Nancy Keeshan, announced her withdrawal from the race, as well.
A proposed law that would keep some motels and resorts from adding a new bar or restaurant to their facilities will be the subject of a hearing on Thursday night before the East Hampton Town Board.
A judge has dealt a setback to the Town of East Hampton and town trustees in a lawsuit that could effectively end access by the public to a roughly 4,000-foot-long portion of ocean beach.
Sag Harbor Village officially has a new mayor, Sandra Schroeder, and a new village justice, Lisa R. Rana.
The standoff between the Town of East Hampton and the car-for-hire service Uber moved into the East Hampton Justice Court Monday, with six drivers being arraigned on charges of operating a taxi business without a license.
The announcement last week by the nationwide ride-sharing service Uber that it could no longer offer its service here due to town taxi licensing regulations set the wheels in motion for a confrontation.
Some residents and officials in East Hampton Town were angered by last week's aerial spraying of methoprene, a mosquito larvicide, over Accabonac Harbor in East Hampton.
A pair of identical eight-bedroom houses being built by the same builder in two different Springs neighborhoods have alarmed residents, who say they have been told that the structures will house boarding students attending the Ross School.