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A house at the end of Mulford Lane at Lazy Point, which now is on the beach, may be demolished and rebuilt elsewhere on the property. A house on posts in the water at right shows just how far the shoreline has eroded.
A house at the end of Mulford Lane at Lazy Point, which now is on the beach, may be demolished and rebuilt elsewhere on the property. A house on posts in the water at right shows just how far the shoreline has eroded. Morgan McGivern


A full-scale mock-up of a “dune ladder,” an invention that is intended to help limit erosion, has been set up on beachfront land owned by the East Hampton Town Trustees at Lazy Point. Russell Drumm


The Sagaponack Village Board of Trustees
The Sagaponack Village Board of Trustees has streamlined its duties, and acted as the planning board on Monday. Carrie Ann Salvi


East Hampton Town Councilwoman Sylvia Overby, left, and her Democratic running mate, Peter Van Scoyoc, center, the two top vote-getters in the recent board election, were sworn in at Town Hall on Tuesday, as was Stephen Lynch, right, as highway superintendent.
East Hampton Town Councilwoman Sylvia Overby, left, and her Democratic running mate, Peter Van Scoyoc, center, the two top vote-getters in the recent board election, were sworn in at Town Hall on Tuesday, as was Stephen Lynch, right, as highway superintendent. Morgan McGivern