Government

Harry Dodson of the planning firm Dodson and Flinker, at left in the green shirt, held a map of Montauk's dock area while participants in a walking tour there yesterday talked about problem areas and opportunities for improvement. Behind him with the note pad was his partner, Peter Flinker. Joanne Pilgrim

Says moratorium could facilitate smarter planning
A cement truck pulled out of an industrial site in Wainscott on Tuesday in a commercial area that would be subject to a one-year building moratorium while East Hampton Town completes a planning study. David E. Rattray



Town purchase sets off comparisons to Bistrian land





Who will pay for repairs? The Army Corps? The town?
Waves whipped up by Tropical Storm Hermine washed away sand on the downtown Montauk beach, creating a cliff and exposing the buried sandbags of the new Army Corps of Engineers erosion barrier. Jane Bimson
High tides from Hermine exposed concrete pavers installed by the Army Corps for a vehicle access to the downtown Montauk beach. Jane Bimson
Sand fencing surrounding the Army Corps sandbag project in downtown Montauk was stripped away by Hermine’s waves, but collected for reinstallation. Jane Bimson
The downtown beach as it looked in April after completion of the Army Corps project T.E. McMorrow
Exposed sandbags on the beach this week David E. Rattray
Snow fencing delineating the edge of the project areaSheila Rooney
Sand covering the large geotextile bags was washed away by Hermine's waves. Sheila Rooney