Government

Tenants and administrators of Windmill Village IIbrought long-standing complaints about mold to a meeting of the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday.


Jay Schneiderman
Jay Schneiderman

Steve Lynch, left, and Tom Knobel
The East Hampton Town Republican Committee celebrated the re-election of Steve Lynch, left, as town highway superintendent, and the group’s new chairman, Tom Knobel, at a fund-raiser last Thursday at the Palm. Morgan McGivern





Motel’s new owner wants more sand
Cate Rogers, second from left, returned to serve on the East Hampton Zoning Board of Appeals after a four-year absence. With her Tuesday at Town Hall were Don Cirillo, Alex Walter, David Lys, and Bryan Gosman, as they discussed a pending application with the Planning Department’s Brian Frank. T.E. McMorrow