Comments on Point revetment are due tomorrow
The addition of boulders around the bluffs to protect the Lighthouse, a National Historic Landmark that is owned and operated by the Montauk Historical Society, has been a matter of debate for years.
Corps of Engineers plans to reinforce an existing revetment along 840 feet of shore.
Springs and Wainscott residents voice development hopes and fears
In Wainscott, residents said they hope that a “community identity” can be created along the Montauk Highway commercial strip.
Skepticism on proposed limits despite an increase in four-wheel traffic
A resident of Springs told the East Hampton Town Trustees that the small beach just inside Three Mile Harbor is dangerously crowded with vehicles on some summer days.
Some say war on mayhem is ‘war on music’
Crowds came by land and by sea to hear Willy Nelson play at the Surf Lodge in June of 2013. The spot will start the summer without a music scene after the New York State Liquor Authority found that it is not categorized as a live music venue under its license classification.
After Carol Konner, the principal owner of the Montauk Highway properties that the town wanted to handle as a planned development district, withdrew her support, the town board withdrew the application.
Lawyer says the town violated Fair Housing Act
East Hampton Town contends that the Dunes needs a special permit to operate an in-house treatment center in a residential neighborhood. Its lawyer disagrees.
The Dunes operates in residential Northwest Woods
Access points irk as Army Corps exits downtown
Stairways that have replaced sand paths to the downtown Montauk beach could cause difficulty not only to the disabled but to beachgoers laden with gear or carrying children, a Montauk hotel owner has said.
Sand was washed off concrete pavers laid by the Army Corps of Engineers at the foot of South Edison Street in Montauk during recent rains; town officials are asking for them to be replaced with surfacing that is safer to traverse. Thomas Bradley Muse