Editorials

The report contains several options for the road ahead

The buck, apparently, stops with no one

Officials must quickly overhaul an aspect of local law that is in need of modification

In trying to save their multimillion-dollar beachfront investments, some property owners may actually be harming the beaches, and they are doing so with the help of local officials and the State of New York

Mr. Cantwell cited the town’s comprehensive plan and inclusion in a statewide scenic areas inventory as ample justification for a halt to the project

East Hampton Town should push back — hard

The State of New York, despite a projected budget surplus in the coming fiscal year, appears poised to cut environmental funding

Deep pits lie in wait for tires and rims

East Hampton Town’s comprehensive plan, adopted in 2005, flat-out says no to rezoning any parcels in Amagansett for new commercial development.

The failure of the Department of Environmental Conservation to provide leadership in this matter should raise significant questions among state lawmakers about the agency’s function and capabilities