Editorials

The rationale behind setting out zones where seawalls were allowed and where they were not was based on considerable observation and thought

Massive and continual traffic headaches support the casual observation that far more people were here between June and Labor Day than ever before

It is about time and should send a message that the rules matter and will be enforced.

Incidents of racial and ethnic profiling are a persistent stain on the United States’ ideals

Between Jan. 1 and Aug. 4 helicopter traffic jumped by almost 44 percent over the same period in 2013

The junk that passes for beach-compatible sand is garbage, pure and simple

An anonymous new owner has come up with a plan to more than double the use of the property by building a two-story complex with an Olympic-size swimming pool, a restaurant, and below-grade parking

The East Hampton Town Board called for proposals about how the property might be used

Aesthetic concerns about trucks and other equipment are less important than whether the use of a property is in violation of the town code

Previous town administrations had tolerated, if not encouraged, a certain studied lethargy in enforcement of many regulations