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John J. Finello, superintendent of the Springs School District, center, was the target of several negative comments during the public comment sessions at Monday's school board meeting.
Call to reopen Aucapina death investigation
The parents of Lilia Aucapina, Raquel and Miguel Parra, listened on Tuesday as speakers called on police to reopen the investigation into her death.
Foster Maer of LatinoJustice said that police should not only delve deeper into the circumstances surrounding Lilia Aucapina’s death but that of Gabriela Armijos, another Latina immigrant, last year. Looking on were Ms. Aucapina’s brother Victor Parra and Cristina Banados of the Retreat. T.E. McMorrow
Johnny Kronuch, left, owner of Johnny’s Bait and Tackle, stood with Tom Brown, who has been caring for the store’s neon sign for many years. The business is closing and the sign will go to Mr. Kronuch’s son.
The Coast Guard instructed Capt. Roy Fridenberger to "put the boat on the beach.”
On Sunday the Fridenberger family, including eight brothers and five sisters, were on the beach surveying the situation and working to salvage what they could of the vessel, which has been in the family for over 30 years.T.E. McMorrow
Brett Fridenberger was one of three brothers on the sinking boat on Saturday.T.E. McMorrow
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"I've seen and heard nothing to substantiate the use of light sources at 3,500 Kelvin," Susan Harder, the New York State representative of the International Dark Sky Association, told the board.
The manager, Julian Bizalion, was scheduled to go on trial before a jury Tuesday on the late-spring charge.
Jen Stark painted the sides of the Surf Lodge in Montauk as part of her installation for Eric Firestone before Memorial Day weekend. The Surf Lodge was accused of violating the East Hampton Town code.
Piles are being driven for wooden access walks that will traverse the sandbag seawall being built on the downtown Montauk beach.
$2,000 a month for one bedroom, one bath
A tenant of East Hampton’s only “high-rise,” Alejandra Lucci, who co-owns East Hampton Flowers on North Main Street, leaves small bouquets at her neighbors’ doors when there are extras from her shop.