Editorials

Years ago, if we recall, a plan was drawn up that would have closed Newtown Lane to vehicles from about Main Street to the middle school

The East Hampton Town Trustees have opposed the restriction strenuously

What is puzzling and disappointing is that even the most obvious violations are ignored

The consequences of our own, collective decisions

If the budget is approved, the cost of educating a child at the Bridgehampton School would be the third highest in the state next year

Major road projects should be completed off-season and certainly before Memorial Day

The sheer scale of airport use is stunning

The property is a perfect candidate for public acquisition using money from the Community Preservation Fund

To what degree should residents have to put up with living in a playground for others

It all seems a little too much, and too soon