With the Nov. 8 election looming, Concerned Citizens of Montauk will host its 46th annual meet the candidates forum on Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Montauk School gymnasium. Peter Lowenstein of the group’s board will moderate the forum, which is free and open to the public.
Hunters for Deer, a not-for-profit based in East Quogue that arranges for insured and proficiency-tested bowhunters to hunt deer on private property, challenged a Sag Harbor Village law that prohibits hunting within the village limits after a member of the group was caught bowhunting in the woods behind houses near Oakland Cemetery.
White’s Apothecary announced on Friday that it is sponsoring a new, mobile “big red med drug disposal box,” in which people can discard unused or unwanted leftover medications, for use by local law enforcement agencies at community events.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has signed legislation granting the Village of Sag Harbor authority over waterways beyond the present 1,500-foot boundary, expanding its jurisdictional reach into an additional area in East Hampton Town waters.
Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, begins Tuesday evening. The Jewish Center of the Hamptons, Chabad of the Hamptons, Temple Adas Israel, and the Conservative Synagogue of the Hamptons will hold services that evening and the next day.
East Hampton Village’s zoning board of appeals is likely to grant a freshwater wetlands permit to the East Hampton Town Trustees allowing the trustees to use village-owned property at the end of Cove Hollow Road for access, staging, and dewatering the spoil from a proposed dredging of the Georgica Cove portion of Georgica Pond.
East Hampton Meals on Wheels is looking for volunteers to pack meals and make deliveries to homebound residents in Montauk, Amagansett, Sag Harbor, East Hampton Village, Springs, Wainscott, and Northwest Woods.