Government

This is the first in a series of articles following East Hampton candidates on the campaign trail.
Marilyn Behan
Marilyn Behan is an Independence Party hopeful for East Hampton Town Board. Catherine Tandy




After 22 years, an F.A.A.-approved airport plan

Nominees of the East Hampton Independence Party met voters at John’s Drive-In in Montauk on Sept. 7. From left were Marilyn Behan and Bill Mott, who are running for town board, East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana, and Steve Lynch, who hopes to become East Hampton Town highway superintendent. Janis Hewitt



 Empire Gas property on North Main Street in East Hampton
A convenience store at the Empire Gas property on North Main Street in East Hampton will bring more traffic snarl to an already busy spot, opponents of a development plan there have said. Morgan McGivern

Peter Buchman beside his commemorative Sept. 11, 2001, piece on Route 114
Peter Buchman beside his commemorative Sept. 11, 2001, piece on Route 114, a memorial that he did anonymously Catherine Tandy