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Task force hones approach as immigration debate rages
Enda Steck, left, and Audrey Gaines have served together on the East Hampton Town Anti-Bias Task Force since it was created in 1993 to address discrimination. Hilary Thayer Hamann

Party noise complaints versus inns’ concerns for ‘revenue stream’
Jennifer Lilja, the general manager of the Hedges Inn, said that events made up a large part of its annual revenue. Six weddings are scheduled to be held at the inn in 2018. Jamie Buffalino
The Hedges Inn in East Hampton Village would lose hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue if new limits on large events are enacted.David E. Rattray

Durell Godfrey

‘So not nice to see you again,’ says Justice Rana
Andy Michael Sanchez-Jaramillo, who was arrested for a second time on a driving while intoxicated charge on Saturday, was ordered held by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. T.E. McMorrow

First responders who saved a man’s life received commendations from the village board. Jamie Bufalino

Hook Mill will be the site of a vigil for the victims of the Parkland, Fla., shooting on Saturday at 5 p.m. Durell Godfrey

Aubrey Gatti and Kaila Zeh offered samples of some of the food items sold at the Montauk General Store to Andy Harris on its opening weekend. Jane Bimson
Jessie Lavin and Kim Gatti, owners of the Montauk General Store, greeted Bruce Howard from the Montauk Post Office.Jane Bimson


Rick Drew, left, spoke at Monday's meeting of the East Hampton Town Trustees about an increased wish-list for donations from the company planning an offshore wind turbine project that would generate up to TK megawatts of electricity. <I>Chris Walsh<P>