Editorials

We urge a yes vote on four, no votes on two

One should remember the two sides of East Hampton Town Justice Court — traffic and criminal on the one hand and civil and zoning on the other

This is a fight worth having, and the trustees have the correct view, the one most consistent with the public interest

This evening’s hearing, at 7 in Town Hall, will sample public opinion on the narrow question of a gap in the town code regarding work vehicles

It is critical to understand that there is no consensus here about what to do

A sense that the remarkable and history-filled isle should be preserved

Town officials need to explain why such a large-scale undertaking was allowed in the first place