Candidates talk airport, town manager, code enforcement, Army Corps work
A Group for Good Government debate on Saturday brought together the East Hampton Town supervisor candidate, Larry Cantwell, second from left, and town board candidates, from left, Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, Fred Overton, Job Potter, and Dominick Stanzione.
Feds counsel ‘sharpshooters,’ sterilization
Subtle barbs in an East Hampton contest not normally known for its heat
At Left, Steve Tekulsky, who is running for East Hampton Town justice with the endorsement of the Democratic and Working Families parties, posed with his daughter, Kylie, at a Democratic event in June. At Right, Carl Irace, the Republican, Independence, and Conservative candidate for East Hampton Town justice, out and about at the Springs chicken barbecue with his wife, Alice Cooley Irace
Work shoring up shore could begin in 2014
Options for a federal erosion-control project in downtown Montauk include a series of rock jetties along 3,000 feet of shore.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Lyme disease targeted as cases soar nationwide
Elephant and donkey joined at tails, board is butt . . . of jokes
Frustration with Springs housing issues prompted Carol Buda, a k a Board Watcher, to pen a series of cartoons.
In her cartoons, Carol Buda lampoons the East Hampton Town Board and its meetings. Carol Buda
Seven backyard courts are taken down after ‘intel’ from a resident