Government

Old paint, solvents, stale fuel, expired cleaning supplies, and pesticides are among the items that will be accepted at the East Hampton Town Recycling Center on Saturday. Morgan McGivern

East Hampton Town will provide rebates for filtration systems for houses where drinking water wells are contaminated. Carissa Katz

Deepwater Wind's Block Island Wind Farm has been in operation since late 2016. The company is seeking local approval to bring a power cable ashore in East Hampton Town. Christopher Walsh

After 30 years, Lori Miller-Carr is retiring as the East Hampton Town Trustees’ full-time secretary, but she will continue on a part-time basis. Christopher Walsh

At Lazy Point in Amagansett, residents own their houses but not the land they sit on. Swapping annual leasues for longer ones could give them a greater sense of security. David E. Rattray

David Pechefsky, one of five Democrats seeking the nomination to face Representative Lee Zeldin, got a boost from the artist Paul Davis, who designed this poster for the candidate. Paul Davis

Rona Klopman, a member of the East Hampton Democratic Committee, is seeking its leadership post. Durell Godfrey

‘We don’t have the luxury of waiting,’ supe says
Many of downtown Montauk's commercial properties have septic systems that are defined as nonfunctioning, yet they do not have space to install newer state-of-the-art systems of their own. Christine Sampson

David E. Rattray

Hearing is next on wind farm's tortuous path
A Deepwater Wind official confirmed that the company will seek to land the South Fork Wind Farm's transmission cable at a site in Hither Hills and withdraw the offer of a community benefits package if the town and trustees do not grant easements to land the cable at the ocean beach in Wainscott. David E. Rattray