Seven of the nine East Hampton Town Trustees are seeking re-election for new two-year terms. Clockwise from top: Nat Miller, Deborah Klughers, Sean McCaffrey, Tim Bock, Diane McNally, Brian Byrnes, Bill Taylor.

Aviation money dominates 2015 fund-raising
A campaign mailer paid for by the East Hampton Leadership Council praises the Republican candidates on one side and criticizes the Democratic incumbents on the other. As of Thursday, the political action committee had reported spending more than $155,000 on behalf of local Republican candidates.

Goodman pushes fiscal overhaul; Fleming seeks collaborative effort
Bridget Fleming, left, and Amos Goodman, right, are vying for the Suffolk County Legislature’s 2nd District seat, which is being vacated by Jay Schneiderman due to term limits. Carissa Katz

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Ditch Plain worker housing site sparks a neighborhood controversy
A photo taken in August, shows the building permit for work at 11 Ditch Plains Road posted at the driveway to the property. T.E. McMorrow

Tom Ruhle, who heads the East Hampton Town housing office, spoke Tuesday about steps that could increase the availability of reasonably priced apartments for year-round residents. David E. Rattray

Tom Knobel, right, the Republican candidate for East Hampton Town supervisor, spent Tuesday morning handing out his campaign literature. Christine Sampson

Lisa Mulhern-Larsen is running on the Republican and Independence Party lines for East Hampton Town Board. Christine Sampson